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Working at Heights Training

Working at Heights e-Learning

RoSPA Approved Working at Heights Training Course

As ‘working at heights’ refers to an unspecified level, all industries are exposed to the risks of working from heights. This course is approved by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) and is suitable for all contractors and employees who are required to work at heights as part of their role.

A number of fatal and serious injuries in the workplace happen due to falls from a height which can be prevented if employees know how to identify and resolve hazards.

The working at height regulations 2005 require all tasks that involve heights to be planned beforehand. A risk assessment needs to be conducted and appropriate equipment needs to be selected, inspected and used in a safe manner.

Course objectives

Through completing the Working at Heights course, employees will learn:

  • The situations that constitute working at heights
  • The dangers associated with working at heights
  • Safe working practices to be followed when working at heights
  • How to use equipment such as a ladder safely
  • The importance of inspecting equipment before use

How does the Working at Heights Training Course benefit my workplace?

The working at heights training course will positively benefit your workforce by:

  • Ensuring all employees and contractors are aware of the hazards associated with low levels falls, improves risk perception and encourage better ownership of issues associated with working at heights 
  • Reduce the risks associated with infrequent or one-off working at heights tasks 
  • These e-learning courses only provides awareness education. Face to face training would be needed in addition in order to complete the all round skills and knowledge to be able to carry this forward practically in your organisation


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Per person: £24.00 inc.VAT


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