Topics covered in ELB Solutions Ltd's Falls Prevention - Working at Heights course:
- Work at Height Regulations
- Employer, Employee, and Self-Employed responsibilities
- Selecting Personal Protection Equipment
...and much more.
Working at height can refer to any work that is done above or below the ground lever - pretty much any place from where if a person falls, they can be injured. By that definition, even going through access or egress areas of an office can be considered working at height. The reason behind this broad classification is that no measurement can tell us how high is safe enough.
Quite similar to how someone can drown in shallow waters, a person can fall from a low height and still suffer from a life changing injury. Therefore, it is important to follow the guidelines set out by the Work at Height Regulations.
To incorporate the best practices of working at heights you must provide your staff with Falls Prevention training. ELB Solutions Ltd's Falls Prevention (Working at Heights) online course makes it easy and convenient for you to provide the necessary training to your workforce. This will not just ensure their safety but also make you a responsible as well as a fully compliant employer.
It is essential to conduct risk assessments at your place of work to make sure that you've done all that is possible to prevent falls. At the end of ELB Solutions Ltd's Falls Prevention - Working at Heights E-Learning course, the learner will be provided with a risk assessment form that they can use at their workplace.
The study materials of this online course can be accessed for 1 year from the date of purchase which means you can study at your convenience and complete the training. The certificate of achievement at the end of the course is valid for 3 years.
Although this overview will help you understand the course, we still recommend that you get in touch with us so we can learn your needs and help answer any queries you have.