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Height Safety TR AINING PRODUCTS

LEVEL 2 MANAGERS Working At Height Course

8h

Course Overview Over an intensive 8 hours of theory focused tuition with visual presentations, group exercises, demonstrations and workshops, you’ll gain extensive knowledge of the legislation, responsibilities,

KITS

procedures, best practices and compliance that enable you to govern jobs efficiency and keep your employees safe from the

5h

dangers of falling.

Theory

1½h

PRODUCTS

GUIDANCE

Drop Prevention

PRODUCTS

TR AINING

Height Rescue

Key Topics Regulations

Hierarchy of Control

British Standard

Harness Training

Intermediate Devices

Dropped Objects

Risk Assessment

Kit Care & Weekly Inspection

Practical

1h

Break

½h

Exam

Manager Controls Method Statements

Rescue

Who is it for? This course is for managers and supervisors of operatives who issue ‘permit to work’ for work at height activities. It may also be useful for someone seeking to further their careers in the field.

All Kit Provided

Recognised Certs & ID’s

Valid for 3 Years

Open Enrolment

1-5 Persons

6-10 Persons

In House

L21

In House

L215H

In House

On Site

On Site

L215S

On Site

L2610S


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About


Height Safety

Theory Part 1 ( 3 Hours )

TR AINING

Foundations

Legislation

D.E.P

PRODUCTS

Definitions, Equipment & Practises Course Objectives

WAH Regulations

Why we need height safety

HSE Guidance

FallArrest Systems

Work at Height Statistics

Codes Of Practice

Work Positioning

Effects of Falling

British Standard

Restraint Systems

KITS

Manager Controls

Intermediate Devices

Harness Training

Mechanics, Usage & Best Practise

Height Rescue

Harness Types Inertia Reels

Effects Of Falling

Process

Shock Absorbing Lanyards

Limitations

Stages of Control

Restraint Systems

Manager Observations

Examples of Measures

Lifelines Connectors Anchorage Devices

Don a Harness

TR AINING

Application Suitability

PRODUCTS

Equipment Selection

Understanding Anchorage

Height Rescue 101

Drop Prevention

Suspension Intolerance Temporary Anchorage

Definition & Effects

Permanent Anchorage

Venous Pooling

Requirements of Use

- Orthostatic Intolerance

Selection & Identification

- Pre-Syncope - Syncope Reflow Syndrome - Preload - Vascular Shock

GUIDANCE PRODUCTS

Hierarchy of Control Measures

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About TR ADES

Practical( 1½ Hours )

A quick practicalrecap of correct harness use.

FallArrest Systems

Anchorage Selection

Rigging & Operation

Rigging & Operation

Single Block

THEORY

Anchorage

PRACTICAL

Harnesses Recap

VerticalBlocks ParallelBlocks

Courses

Triangulated Blocks

Anchorage Selection

Rigging & Operation

Rigging & Operation

Rigging & Operation

1 User Lifeline

Single Line

2 User Lifeline

VerticalLine

3 User Lifeline

ParallelLines

Lifeline Bending

Triangulated Lines

Intermediate Devices

Single Pitched Lines

BASIC AWARENESS

Restraint Systems

MANAGERS

SUPERVISORS

OPERATIVES

ParallelPitched Line

L ADDERS

Lifelines

INSPECTION

Lanyards

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Height Safety TR AINING

Theory Part 2 ( 2 Hours )

Kit Care

PRODUCTS

- Inspection Frequency

Weekly Kit Inspection - Equipment Checks

Dropped Objects - Statistics

- Product & Service Life

Harnesses

- LegalDuties

- Pre-Use Inspection

Lanyards

- ToolTethering Solutions

- Conformity

Slings

- Effects of Dropped Objects

- Manager Controls

Rope Systems Connectors & Anchorage Blocks

KITS

- First Use Logs - Inspection Record

Height Rescue

Inspection Challenge

TR AINING

Planning Work Activity

Explanations & Examples

PRODUCTS

Group Exercise

Drop Prevention 90

- Hazard RiskIdentification Assessments - Risk Evaluation - Recording Findings Hazard Identification

Communicating Risks

Risk Evaluation

Creating Doc’s

Recording Findings

Multi-Choice Examination

GUIDANCE PRODUCTS

Method Statements


About TR ADES

Be an effective manager of work at height.

THEORY

Managing work at height requires an advanced skill set covering a wide range of legal and moral responsibilities. To achieve this we enable you to

PRACTICAL

identify potential hazards, complete effective risk assessments and method statements. This keeps you get fully up to date with the latest equipment and work methods and teaches you all the skills

Courses

you need to be manage work successfully.

BASIC AWARENESS

Choose the right kit for your operatives. A big part of being a manager means ensuring your team has the right equipment for their tasks. We’ll explore the function and use of

OPERATIVES

various types of height safety equipment at an advanced level, giving you full proficiency in the selection and utilisation of harnesses, intermediate devices and anchorage that together form your SUPERVISORS

employees height access solutions.

MANAGERS

Make provisions for a height rescue. Discover the effect falling has on the human body and get all the guidance information and product knowledge

L ADDERS

you need to begin making necessary height rescue provisions for work at height. You’ll be able to select and place appropriate recovery systems for any work at height and fulfil your risk assessment requirements

INSPECTION

— an essential skill for any managerial role.

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Control and maintain your companies PPE. Learn how to store and maintain your equipment and discover how to perform

PRODUCTS

weekly kit inspections on a full range of PPE. We also reveal strategies that safeguard against the repercussion of not controlling

KITS

equipment in-line with requirements.

Height Rescue

Manage work at height activities. In a final group exercise you’ll demonstrate your competency as a manager by risk assessing and selecting appropriate work methods and

TR AINING

equipment for several mock work at height scenarios. As a qualified WAH appointed person you can issue ‘permit to work’

PRODUCTS

(PTW) for all working at height activities.

Drop Prevention

Police your employee licences. The Leading Edge licence card management system gives you the power to take disciplinary action by removing the corners of a license if the

PRODUCTS

GUIDANCE

card holder commits an act of misconduct. A Leading Edge card with all 4 corners removed is considered invalid and requires the operative to be retrained before continuing work.

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Profile for Leading Edge Safety

LEVEL 2 MANAGERS - Working At Height Course  

Over an intensive 8 hours of theory focused tuition with visual presentations, group exercises, demonstrations and workshops, you’ll gain ex...

LEVEL 2 MANAGERS - Working At Height Course  

Over an intensive 8 hours of theory focused tuition with visual presentations, group exercises, demonstrations and workshops, you’ll gain ex...