This Scaffolding Awareness Training Course is a half day course designed to provide participants with the appropriate information on the hazards and dangers of working at height on scaffolding.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND? For all persons who work involves the storage, use, erection and dismantle of all scaffold types.
COURSE OBJECTIVES: On completion of this course, participants will be able to: • Understand their legal position and responsibilities. • Be aware of the hazards of working at height on scaffolds. • Understand how to take care of their personal safety. • Classify scaffold structures. • Identify common accidents associated with scaffolds. • Be aware of the maintenance and inspection of scaffolding.
COURSE PROGRAMME: Breakdown of the requirements of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act, 2005. Evaluate the implications of the General Application Regulations, 2007 Part 4: Work at Height. Explain the principles of scaffold erection in accordance with manufacturers instructions. Storage and erection of scaffolds as per manufacturer’s instructions. Practical demonstration.
TRAINING METHODS: Classroom presentation on multimedia, supplemented by videos, and flipchart discussions throughout the course. Course handouts, training records, evaluation forms are also provided and used. There is also a Practical Module as part of this course.
COURSE ATTENDANCE: Maximum of 4 participants.
CERTIFICATION: Participants receive an Allied Training certificate which is valid for 3 years.
To book a course call 1850 255433 or email firstname.lastname@example.org