When we talk about “working at a height” in the workplace, this describes any employee who is working from a height that could injure them if they were to fall off. This includes employees who are working underground such as miners and employees who work in construction, scaffolding, and more. Because of the danger of working from a height, the 2005 Health, Safety, and Welfare at Work act makes it legally obligatory that employees in these industries undertake Working at Heights Training to ensure their safety and the safety of others. The team at SRS Alert Fire Systems Ltd provides working at heights courses to suit all industries, presenting a ½ day course which makes use of theory, multimedia, and role-play to educate you on the dangers of working at heights and how to avoid injury. This course is led by industry experts including frontline emergency service staff to provide educational and professional advice. Following the completion of this course, participants are awarded a working at heights certificate which remains valid for three years.
Our Working at Heights Courses Include:
Understanding Working at Heights Legislation
Understanding safety harnesses and the distinction between restraint & fall arrest
Safe System of work using fall arrest
Pre-use Inspection of harnesses & after use care of harnesses
How to correctly use harnesses
Understanding the practical usage of fall arrest system.
To book a slot on our Working at Height Course in Dublin
Working at Heights Course FAQ
Where can I do a Working at Heights Course near me?
The team at SRS Alert Fire Systems provides Dublin Working at Heights courses for customers across Ireland.
Is having a Working at Heights course mandatory for working in construction?
Yes, absolutely. If you work in construction or any other industry which requires you to work at a dangerous height, you are required to have a working at heights certificate as per the 2005 Health, Safety, and Welfare at work regulations.