Working at Height Awareness
E-learning accredited by The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH).
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) statistics show that most fatal injuries in the workplace are caused by falling from heights.
The Working at Height Regulations 2005, (as amended in 2007), apply to all workplaces. In the course of carrying out their duties, many workers have a requirement to work at height, this could be as simple as changing a light bulb or changing curtain blinds, not only for those that obviously have to work at height for example, window cleaners.
This e-learning module will not only help you to satisfy Health and Safety Regulations, but will also go a significant way to ensuring the safety of your staff when they are at work.
- Introduction to working at height
- Employer’s responsibilities
- Planning work
- Risk assessment steps
- Using ladders and stepladders
Log-in details for your e-learning will be provided within three working days of booking. Once you have completed your e-learning, you will be able to access your certificate. It is recommended that you save this separately for future reference as access to the course is only available for twelve months from the date of booking.
Last updated 04 July 2023