Working at Height - Unit 4 Managers and Supervisors provides detailed knowledge of the application of the hierachy of control when working at height.
Delegates will gain a comprehensive understanding of site supervisor’s responsibilities under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and its supporting regulations.
The course covers equipment standards, markings, pre-user inspection, documentation, traceability and how to dispose of equipment correctly.
Delegates completing a Working at Height - Unit 4 Managers and Supervisors training course will be able to;
- Prepare, plan and organise working at height activities through comprehensive theoretical and practical training
- Complete a working at height assessment, permit and risk assessment following the consideration of the hierarchy of control
- Understand hazards and risk, PFPE specifications, legislation, including rescue and emergency procedures
A Working at Height - Unit 4 Managers and Supervisors training course includes;
- Hierarchy of control
- Accident statistics
- Permit to work system
- Risk assessment
- Safe system of work
- Hazards, risks and control measures available for work at height
- Requirements for selection, inspection and examination of all WAH equipment
- Safe selection and use of ladders
- Safe selection and use of MEWPs
- Work restraint
- Work positioning
- Fall arrest
- Rescue plan and emergency procedures
- Suspension intolerance
- Practical exercises
- Written assessment