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Working At Height / Harness Training

When working at a height, falling is a major issue for concern amongst employers and it continues to be one of the biggest causes of fatal and serious injuries in the workplace.

A place of work is at a height when the person could be injured if they were to fall from it even when at or below ground level.

The Work At Height Regulations 2005 requires that all work at height must be properly planned and that those carrying it out are trained and competent to safely undertake the task.

Who Is the Working At Heights Course For?

It is often wrongly presumed that a working at heights training course only relates to tasks such as roof work or scaffolding, but this is not the case.

This course is essential for, but not limited to:

  • Builders

  • Contractors

  • Window cleaners

  • Decorators

  • Warehouse Workers

  • Construction Workers

  • Roofers

If you or your employees are at any risk of falling during their working day, then it is essential that you have the proper training in place beforehand!

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