About this Course

Code TP116_HarnessM
Duration 1 Day

Course designed to provide an outline of the requirements for planning, organising and supervising working at height.


Who Should Attend?

Those who oversee, supervise or manage a workforce where there's a requirement for working at height.

Delegates will learn how to

Course covers options on how to comply within the Hierachy, a background in types of equipment that can be utilised to achieve this, and the details behind the equipment standards to ensure usage within the intended purpose.



  • The Work at Height Regulations
  • Hazard analysis and Risk assessment
  • The Hierarchy of Measures
  • Prevention vs Protection
  • Collective Measures
  • Personal Measures
  • Work restraint (how to achieve it)
  • Work position (what to look for)
  • Roped Access (requirements)
  • Fall Arrest (where / when to use it)
  • Planning for rescue provision
  • Certificates of conformity and traceability
  • Inspection and record keeping procedures
  • Equipment limitations of use and when to retire from service
  • Strengths and characteristics of equipment


  • Identification of Hazards related to working at height
  • The correct selection of prevention / protection within the Hierachy
  • Identification of different styles of rescue equipment using samples

1 Day


This is a QA approved partner course

Delivery Method

Delivery method


Face-to-face learning in the comfort of our quality nationwide centres, with free refreshments and Wi-Fi.

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