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This course is for persons required to work in specified locations e.g., MEWP’s, Swing stage, Scaffolders, Window cleaners, Lift engineers and Maintenance operatives working on roofs.

The course provides skills, knowledge and competence to select and use the correct harness and lanyard for the work task.

The theoretical part of the course covers the relevant legislation and legal responsibilities when working at height. The selection of anchor points and inspection of equipment.

The practical training covers pre-use checking of equipment and the correct use of lanyards whilst working at height either within a basket, cradle or on scaffolding.

Course Details

Learning outcomes

The course will cover pre use checking of equipment, buddy checking, fitting of a harness and correct lanyard to use in various situations.

Assessment Method

Written and practical.

Course Duration

½ Day

Certification & Revalidation Period

Certification valid for 3 years. Revalidation Duration: ½ Day

Entry Requirements

Minimum Age of 18 years. Candidates need to be physically fit and free from any disability or medical condition that may prevent them from working safely. A self-certified statement of reasonable fitness.

Included in the Course

Training Manual. All the equipment for training will be provided in the course cost.

Course Content

Course Aims

To provide an overview of the legal requirements for working at height, carry out pre-use checks on equipment, correct fitting of harness and the use of correct lanyards and anchor points.

 

Course Objectives 

  • Explain the legal requirements relating to working at height
  • Explain the hierarchy of controls under the working at height
  • Identify the PFPE equipment and equipment required.
  • Practical use of the PFPE Equipment
  • Discuss and review recertification and training.

Theoretical

  • Relevant Legislation, Legal Responsibilities
  • Anchor types and systems
  •  Equipment selection, use and maintenance, pre-use checks and inspection
  • Fall Factors & Suspension Intolerance
  • Emergency Procedure

Practical

  • Pre use checks of equipment
  • Harness selection and fitting
  • Use and selection of work restraint equipment
  • Use and selection of work positioning equipment
  • Use and selection of fall arrest equipment

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