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Working at Height Safety Course

Working at Height Safety Course Objective:

The Working at Height Safety course is designed to equip participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to safely work at elevated locations. The course focuses on hazard awareness, risk assessment, proper use of equipment, and implementation of control measures to prevent falls and ensure the safety of workers in elevated work environments.

Who Should Attend?

This course is crucial for individuals who work at height or manage tasks involving elevated work, including:

    Construction Workers

    Roofing Professionals

    Maintenance and Repair Personnel

    Window Cleaners

    Telecom and Utility Workers


    Any worker who may be exposed to working at height situations


While there are no strict prerequisites, participants are expected to have a basic understanding of workplace safety practices. Some organizations may require participants to complete a general safety induction before taking this course.

Topics Covered:

Learning Outcome

Introduction to Working at Height

Hazards encountered while working at height

Introductory Video

Fall Protection Systems

Unsafe and Safe Practices illustrations whistle working at height

Different Types of Scaffolding

Ladder Safety

Working at Height Rescue


    Section I: Introduction to Health & Safety

    Section II: Basic terminologies in Health and Safety

    Section III: International Legislation and Standards

    • ANSI Z390.1
    • API RP 49
    • API RP 55

    Section IV: H2S Formation

    Section V: H2S Locations

    Section VI: Properties and Characteristics

    Section VII: Exposure Limits

    Section VIII: Work Procedures and Practices

    Section IX: Contingency Plans and Detection Equipment

    Section X: Personal Protective Equipment

    Section XI:

    • Breathing Apparatus(SCBA)
    • Air Purifying Respirators
    • Supplied Air Respirator
    • Closed Circuit SCBA
    • Limitations
    • Storage

    Section XII:

    • Emergency Response
    • Inhalation Exposure
    • Dermal/Eye Exposure

    Section XIII:

    • Well site Safety
    • Planning
    • Daily Checking/Monitoring
    • Special Precautions


Participants who successfully complete the course and assessments will receive a certification indicating their proficiency in understanding and applying COSHH Training principles. This certification demonstrates the participant’s ability to contribute to a safe and healthy working environment in compliance with COSHH Training regulations.

Upcoming Batch / Course Calendar:

Course Name Course Duration New Batch Start Dates
Working at Height Safety 3 Hours As Per The Requirements

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