Online Basic Ladder Awareness

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Main courses £15.00 + VAT per person per course

Main course last for approx. 20.5 minutes (excluding time taken for final exam)

Refresher courses £10.00 + VAT per person per course

Refresher course last for approx. 17 minutes (excluding time taken for final exam)

Course details

This course looks at the Work at Height Regulations (WAHR) which were introduced in 2005, which aimed to reduce injuries and

fatalities whilst using ladders.

Employers and those in control of any work at height activity must make sure work is properly planned, supervised and carried out by competent people.

Employees have general legal duties to take reasonable care of themselves and others who may be affected by their actions, and to co-operate with their employer to enable their health and safety duties and requirements to be complied with.

“Falls from ladders account for an average of 14 deaths per year (averaged over 6 years) anyone at work who uses or specifies the use of ladders needs adequate information and training so that they understand their limitations and safe use.”

If you or your staff use Ladders regualry then this course will guide you in setting up Ladders correctly and to know what the difference of inspections and checks to your ladders.

 

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