Ladders and Stepladders


Introduction:

The Work at Height Regulations 2005 require that ladder users must possess such technical knowledge, experience or training as may be appropriate, having regard to the nature of the activity, or be supervised by such a person. The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 require that user of work equipment receive “adequate” training. The aim of this course is to train people in the skills and knowledge needed to achieve the standards of competency to carry out the duties of pre-use inspection and the safe use of ladders and stepladders.

Course Objectives:

On completion of this course the trainee will be able to identify defects which is the purpose of the inspection to discover and to have a basic understanding of duties with regard to the statutory instruments i.e. the law, also HSE and DTI information on ladders and stepladders.

Who the course is aimed at:

The training is intended to benefit individuals involved with using ladders and stepladders.

Course Contents:

  • Statutory Instruments & Standards
  • Types / Classes of ladders and stepladders
  • Analysis of accidents
  • Safe use of ladders and stepladders
  • Hazards when using ladders and stepladders
  • Inspecting and setting up / securing
  • Inspection tagging systems
  • Ladders accessories
  • Care and maintenance
  • Storing and transporting
  • Basic checklists
  • Written test paper
  • Practical sessions / Appraisals

Training Method:
Seminar and practical sessions with assessments.

Course Duration:
This is a Half Day Course

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Great course. Graham, the instructor was very informative and the course had all then relevant content and information.

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August 2019

Very good company to get specialised training. Good instructor, good classroom and study paperwork’s.

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August 2019

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