Available Courses:

  • Working at heights -

    • General Operatives (1Day)

    • Leading Edge (1 Day)

    • Roof Top Safety (1 Day)

  • Harness Awareness (Half Day)

  • Ladder Safety (Half Day)

  • Management of Working at heights (1 Day)

Topics include (but not limited to): 

  • All applicable regulations and legislation

  • Working at height systems

  • Working at height equipment

  • Hands on practical skills sessions

  • Equipment inspection exercises

  • Scenario based skills assessment

Who Should Attend:

Any one that is involved with working at height. Working at height is defined in the regulations as "a place a person could be injured falling from, even if it is at or below ground level." Gaining access to your place of work could also be classed as working at height. Construction workers, engineers, inspectors, emergency service personnel and work place managers, to name a few, will all benefit from this type of training.  


Working at height is still the leading cause of all work place fatalities, major and minor injuries in the UK.  Out of all the ways we can injure our selves at work, across all industries, falls from height remain the single biggest cause of workplace deaths and one of the main causes of major injury.

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