RIIOHS204A Working Safely at Heights
Description of unit
This covers practical and theory training for working safely at heights. It is aimed at providing the knowledge and skills required to work safely and comply with current WHS legislation.
A 2 day course can be organised that is aimed at supervisors
- Regulations, legislation and relevant documentation
- Identifying hazards and controlling risks
- Selection, inspection and correct use of equipment
- Set up and working in fall arrest, fall restraint and work positioning systems including knots, use of rope grabs, carabiners and energy absorbing lanyards
- Establishing appropriate anchor points
- Safe use of ladders, scaffolding and working in EWPs
- Use of horizontal static lines and inertia reels
- Heights rescue requirements
- Checking and correct fitting of a harness
- Safely work at heights
- From $150 per person for groups of 10 or more
- From $1300 for groups of up to 6
An obligation free quote can be provided by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 0410 019 149.
We only conduct training at work sites. This requires a suitable area for the practical and theory training.
6-8 hours depending on numbers, level of experience and number of units delivered.
- Students must be able to speak and understand English
- Students must be fit for the training required.
- Unique Student Identifier (USI). Further support can be found at www.usi.gov.au or phone 13 38 73. More information on USI’s can be found at “FAQ USI”
- Students have rights and responsibilities that are outlined in the Participant Handbook. By enrolling in our courses you are deemed to have accepted our terms and conditions
- FLTS will ensure the compliance of all training and assessment delivered.
Nationally recognised training delivered under a third party agreement with Tectra Australia Pty Ltd (RTO No. 40889).