Course Aim: This course will provide delegates with the knowledge and practical experience to enable them to work on flat roofs in protected and unprotected areas and to work safely in a variety of exposed locations
• Legislation when working at height
• Risk Assessment for rooftop working
• Rooftop hazards and control measures
• Safe use of ladders (fixed & portable)
• Edge protection
• Work restraint systems
• Fall arrest systems
• PPE (inspection, use and care)
The course will involve elements of classroom and practical tuition.
This course will provide sufficient information to allow the delegates to form a judgement on the state/condition of an item of fall protection equipment and whether to keep it in service.
Work at Height Legislation
Marking of equipment
Controlled disposal procedures
There will be a practical assessment at the end of the course.
To provide delegates with the knowledge and practical experience to provide emergency first aid in the workplace. This course meets the requirements for Emergency First Aid at Work
The course will be conducted in the classroom and in a working environment The training will include plenty of “hands-on” practice to provide confidence in the procedures.
The day will include assessments of a theory paper and practical skills
OSHA requires that “the employer shall provide for the prompt rescue of employees in the event of a fall or shall assure that employees are able to rescue themselves.” This course includes instruction and practical exercises in self rescue and assisted rescue, using a variety of techniques and equipment. We recommend this training for designated rescue teams, and also for any personnel working in remote or otherwise complicated locations, where rescue services would not be able to access in a timely manner.
Description : Designed for recreational climbers, cavers and canyoneers with knowledge and experience at an intermediate level. Climbing ability is not the gauge, but rather familiarity with systems, equipment and techniques. We will not be covering basic belay or rappel techniques, how to tie a knot, attach to an anchor, etc.
We will look at some of the more common causes of climbing accidents, and how to avoid them. We will also practice techniques that can allow climbers to get themselves or a partner out of a predicament.
fire Safety training is about giving you and your colleagues the confidence to deal with potential fire situation in a calm and safe manor, as well as the knowledge to help prevent these occurring in the first place.