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To provide delegates with the practical knowledge and skills to identify the selection, use, storage, maintenance and inspection of Ladders, Harnesses and Lanyards. It also covers all the relevant health & safety laws including Working at Height Regulations 2005.

  • Sep 03
    Tue 1:00 PM - Tue 4:30 PM Stoke-on-Trent APT Health and Safety Training Workshop
    • £60.00 excl. VAT
  • Sep 26
    Thu 8:30 AM - Thu 12:00 PM Stoke-on-Trent APT Health and Safety Training Workshop
    • £60.00 excl. VAT
  • Oct 16
    Wed 1:00 PM - Wed 4:30 PM Stoke-on-Trent APT Health and Safety Training Workshop
    • £60.00 excl. VAT
  • Oct 31
    Thu 1:00 PM - Thu 4:30 PM Stoke-on-Trent APT Health and Safety Training Workshop
    • £60.00 excl. VAT
  • Nov 05
    Tue 1:00 PM - Tue 4:30 PM Stoke-on-Trent APT Health and Safety Training Workshop
    • £60.00 excl. VAT
  • Dec 05
    Thu 1:00 PM - Thu 4:30 PM Stoke-on-Trent APT Health and Safety Training Workshop
    • £60.00 excl. VAT
Description

 

APT accredited Working at Height from APT Health and Safety Training on Vimeo.

Outcomes

APT Health & Safety Training Certificate awarded on successful completion of the course.

Overview

  • Overview of relevant Health & Safety Laws and Regulations including Working at Height Regulations 2005
  • Responsibility of employees and their employers under these laws and Regulations
  • Lifting Operations & Lifting Equipment Regulations
  • Personal Protective Equipment at Work Regulations 1992 (as amended)
  • Guidance on when Safety Harnesses and Lanyards need to be worn
  • Understanding the difference between Fall Arrest and Fall Restraint
  • Anchorages & selection of Approved Connectors
  • Pre Use and Post Use Inspections
  • Identifying faults and damage
  • Reporting of loss or defective Equipment
  • Deployed Lanyards & Blocks subjected to Falls
  • Storage and Cleaning of Harnesses and Lanyards
  • Lifting policy for Harnesses and Inspections
  • Practical Instruction/Assessment
  • Working at Height Regulations 2007
  • The ladder safety and inspection element
  • A general look at the new Legislation and its interpretation
  • Ladder structures, types of material, setup procedures, tying off, footing
  • Operative pre-use checks
  • Short and long term storage

Who Should Attend

Anyone who will be required to work at heights and provides or uses harnesses at work.

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