Safe Working at Height with Ladders - Confederation of Aerial Industries

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The training course covers the use of the personal fall protection system that installers of aerials and satellites dishes are required by HSE to use when working from portable leaning ladders on domestic properties.

Practical elements of the course include work from extention ladders, working from roofers type ladders on pitched roofs and flat roof work using a personal fall restraint system.

Safe Working at Heights with Ladders - Satellite & Aerial Installers
Aims & Objectives The Course is specifically designed for any person who is involved with working at height and specifically from ladders The course will provide an understanding in and use of related height safety equipment and techniques. Fulfills requirements of CAI Plus & RDI Unit 2:06.
Suitability Essential training for those installing satellite dishes and aerials from portable leaning ladders.
Duration 1 Day
Dates Call 0800 783 0757 for details
Numbers Maximum of 10 delegates per course
Lunch A snack lunch and refreshments are provided
Requirements
  • Students should be physically fit
  • Students should have not contra-indications for working at height
Syllabus
  • Introduction 
  • Problems Associated with Safe Working at Heights 
  • Legislation 
  • Employers Responsibility 
  • Employees Responsibility 
  • Fall Arrest Equipment Introduction 
  • Safe use of Ladders 
  • Fixings & Anchorages 
  • Ladder Fall Protection System 
  • Maintenance & Checking of Equipment 
  • Donning a Safety Harness 
  • Safe Use of Associated Equipment 
  • Cleaning & Storage 
  • Practical Demonstration 
  • Multiple Choice Test 
  • Review & Question Time
Notes Comprehensive notes will be given to all Students who attend the course.
Certification On satisfactory completion of the course a certificate of competence will be issued that will be valid for three years.