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Course code: RIIWHS204E – Work safely at heights
Duration: 1 Day Course depending on numbers.
The Working Safely at Heights Program is a one-day course that provides the student participant with the tactile and decision making skills to perform confidently and at their best when Working at Heights.
Unfortunately fall incidents happen far to often and are a major risk factor associated with Working Safely at Heights. Across the Energy, Mining and Construction Industries the risks associated with falls from height have been know to cause serious injury or become fatal upon occasion. This being the case, field workers that are required to Work Safely at Heights need to feel confident in their abilities when working in an elevated environment. Whether you are in the construction, energy or mining sector attending a Quality, Working Safely at Heights Program that is Facilitated by Highly Accredited Instructors is your first step to ensuring you have the knowledge and skills to plan for the job, identify hazards and mitigate the associated risks that will keep you and your workmates safe.
Upon completion of the program the candidate will be able to demonstrate knowledge of the following when working safely at heights:
Because the company was founded by Individuals that have worked in your industry, we have done what you do and we know what you need in the field to remain safe and compliant. We focus on best industry practice, gone are the days of climbing onto a converted container for heights training, those of you that have done that know what we mean. AWCC are committed to to quality training, nothing demonstrates this better than the investment AWCC have made into a Purpose Built Heights Facility to replicate your activities in the Energy, Mining and Construction industries, this is not a simulator, it’s a real heights training experience conducted in a controlled environment.
How do we know what goes on in the field? Simply because we have been there! This is what separates AWCC from the rest:
The mode of delivery for this program is: