• Ladder Safety – Online Training Course
  • Working at Height – Online Training Course
  • Working at Height – Touchscreen Test at a Pearson Vue Centre. (SPEC-WAH)

Whether you work at height as part of your job or supervise those who do, this Working at Height Training is essential. It covers the basic principles of Health & Safety, the legal obligations of both employers and employees, and it provides best-practice guidance designed to keep everyone safe.

Falls from height are still the leading cause of death in UK workplaces.

About this course

In the UK, falls from height account for over a quarter of all workplace fatalities, making it the leading cause of death at work. Add to this 43,000 non-fatal accidental injuries and you begin to get an idea of just how dangerous working at height can be.

However, despite being both common and dangerous, falls from height are also completely avoidable. All it takes is a little extra care, planning, and attention to detail and falls from height can be almost entirely prevented; whilst the effects of those that do still occur can be dramatically reduced.

At its core, this Working at Height Training programme takes the requirements of the Working at Height Regulations 2005 and the best-practice suggestions of the accompanying HSE guidance document and creates a course which is simple and concise yet comprehensive, ensuring that everyone understands their responsibilities and how to stay safe.

The course breaks the topic of working at height down into three easy-to-follow sections; the legal responsibilities of both employers and employees; the dangers associated with work at height and how to stay safe; and an in-depth look at the kinds of equipment which might be used, their benefits, and how to manage risks working at height poses.

This bundle includes the essential Working at Height courses to ensure the best understanding.

  • Ladder Safety – Online Training Course
  • Working at Height – Online Training Course
  • Working at Height – Touchscreen Test at a Pearson Vue Centre. (SPEC-WAH)