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Working at Heights

The aim of this course is to reduce the possibility of any accidents, injuries or falls.

Description

When working at heights it is vital that staff have been correctly trained, ensuring against any avoidable accident or injury.

It is a legal obligation for all employees working at heights to have undergone proper training by a certified instructor. Failure to provide staff with protection will result in employer liability.

Objective

Attendees will learn all the core principles surrounding working at heights, such as planning ahead, risk assessment, safe practice and much more.

Certification

Olive Safety

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