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Working at Height Course

Includes: use of equipment during training. Price includes VAT.

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This course covers the use of fall protection equipment when working at height. It is for personnel who are required to work at height, e.g. roofers, maintenance operatives, surveyors/inspectors and telecom mast/tower climbers.

The course provides you with the relevant skills, knowledge and competence to work at height safely using fall protection equipment.

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 as well as the need for emergency procedures.

The practical training covers pre-use check of equipment, installation and methods of use for specific types of fall protection equipment. The correct vertical and horizontal movement with energy absorbing lanyards.

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Course dates:

  • February 8th, 12th, 19th, 26th

  • March 5th, 12th, 20th, 26th

  • April 2nd, 10th, 16th, 24th, 30th

Course available on our Kee Safety Training Centre located in Calgary - AB. 

We also can provide training on-site. Contact us to check availability.

Course Details

Assessment Method

Written and practical

Course Duration

1 day

Revalidation period

Certification valid for 3 years

Certification

PDF copy of Certificate.

Trainer to Candidate Ratio

1:6

Pre-Training 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.

Course Content

Theoretical Content:

  • Legislation and legal responsibilities
  • Types and methods of fall protection
  • Anchor types and systems
  • Equipment selection, use and maintenance, pre-use checks and inspection
  • Fall Factors & suspension intolerance
  • Emergency procedure

Practical Content

  • Selection, fitting and set up of personal fall protection equipment
  • Use of mobile energy absorbing lanyards and work positioning lanyards
  • Use of horizontal & vertical lifelines
  • Installation of fall protection equipment
  • Use of work restraint, positioning and fall arrest equipment

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