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A Manager's Guide to Working at Height

INTRODUCTION:

A short 45 minute course that covers the management needs for planning and controlling working at height. This course will give all managers sufficient knowledge to assess and manage tasks involving staff or contractors working off the ground.

AIMS:

To provide a manager with sufficient information and tools to assess, plan and manage working at height tasks

OBJECTIVES - ON RETURNING TO THE WORK PLACE YOU WILL BE ABLE TO CARRY OUT: 

  • Formal Risk Assessments, understand the need to carry out an assessment and what to look for if you are presented with an assessment by a contractor;
  • The selection of working at height equipment, this covers the different types of equipment and should allow you to select the correct type.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

This is an essential pre-requisite for those who bring in contractors or have staff who work more then 1m above ground level.

PRE-COURSE PREPARATION: None

COURSE DATE & TIME: On demand - contact Health & Safety Services

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 8

COURSE TUTOR: Larry Woodley

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