Not quite sure what options are available?
Who is responsible?
How to assess the hazard?
How you should plan work at height?
What actually is a “Rescue Plan”?
How do I even safely go and assess the hazard?
We’ve all done a bit of Work at Height, but nobody is an expert in EVERYTHING.
Seeking out the knowledge and experience of others to supplement your own or to make a team of champions, that seems to just make sense.
You’ve learnt what height is, you’ve decided your team need to access places at height… Now you need to know:
Employers and managers of teams need detailed knowledge and understanding of work at height to assist them to recognise it, the equipment needed, how to control it, produce method statements, risk assessments and rescue plans.
If you need to know what work at height is and how to control (or avoid) it, then this is for you.
After the training – we’re still here for you.
Manager students get access to this exclusive page of notes, guides and templates
As we edit, update and add resources – you’ll have access.