1800 429 266

Work Safely at Heights Refresher Training

Duration: 4 hours (face to face)

Aim: The course will refresh the knowledge of participants and address any potentially poor practices when working at height.  There is an increasing expectation from industry that employees maintain their currency in working at heights even if they have gained a certificate in the past. Attending heights refresher training will assist in meeting this expectation as it has been created to re-confirm your knowledge of all safety and practical aspects of height work. 

Key Areas Covered:

  • Legal; OHS/WHS Regulations and Compliance Code and organisational requirements applying to working at height;
  • Risk Management and Safe Work Method Statements;
  • Entering the area, carrying out work and finalising work safely when at heights;
  • Hierarchy of Controls (And when to employ them);
  • Correct selection and practical use of ladders;
  • Practical Exercise of Fitting of Safety Harnesses and use of fall arrest and fall restraint systems; 
  • Inspection use and maintenance of height protection equipment; and
  • Emergency procedure development.

Certificate: Students will be issued with a Certificate of Attendance.

It is recommended that participants bring their own fall arrest harnesses to ensure they are familiar with their use. HAZCON can supply harness as well as other ancillary equipment.

Please contact us on 1800 429 266 or training@hazcon.com.au as we are happy to discuss your training requirements and prepare a quote for you.

 
Work Safely at Heights Refresher Training
 
Times: 8:30am - 12:30pm.
Cost: $240 per person (including GST and comprehensive course notes).
DatesLocation Book
2023  
Thursday, 14 December 2023Notting HillBook

 

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