NEW - Our Working at Height Training is also available via video call.
Working at Height in Ireland is defined under the General Application Regulations 2007 as "working in a place (except a staircase in a permanent workplace) where a person could be injured by falling from it, even if it is at or below ground level. The work at height Regulations apply to all work at height where there is a risk of a fall liable to cause personal injury."
Our Working at Height Training is designed by professionals for those whose employment requires elements of working at height. It is particularly suitable for those who are regularly engaged in working in areas such as roof works, scaffolding and ladders and other work locations and situations where these tasks require the wearing of a harness for fall arrest.
The Health and Safety Authority in Ireland include define working on trestles, working on a flat roof, erecting false work or formwork, working at ground level adjacent to an excavation, working on formwork within an excavation and working near or adjacent to fragile materials as working at heights and appropriate training is required.
Participants will quickly learn the knowledge and skills to work safely and effectively in these circumstances.
We provide Working at Height Training for small, medium and large businesses and organisations on a nationwide basis throughout Ireland.
The duration of the course is approximately 2 hours and all successful participants will receive a Working at Height Awareness Training Certificate.
Our Working at Height Training will appeal to both employers and employees throughout your organisation.
We would welcome the opportunity to submit a proposal covering working at heights training for your organisation.
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