Working At Heights & Manual Handling

Working At Heights & Manual Handling

Course Code: HS01AU17

Course Fee: £30.00 (BPLC Fee £0.00, BGD Fee £30.00)

Please Note:
This course is not suitable for those working with specialised equipment e.g. scaffolding, cherry pickers etc. If you are unsure as to the suitability of the course for you please telephone 0161 253 6934
If cancellation is made less than 5 working days prior to the event then full costs will be incurred

Target Group:

Date(s) & Time(s):
Thursday 12th October 2017    9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Imperial House, Bury Business Lodge, Barcroft St, Bury BL95BT

Activity Leader(s):
Health & Safety Solutions Ltd

Course Content:
On completion of the session participants should be able to:
1) understand the requirements of Work At Height Regulations.
2) ensure that all work at height is planned and organised
3) recognise external factors which may affect safety
4) inspect any equipment for work and ensure it is appropriate for the task
5) minimise the risks
6) identify/access equipment (hierarchy)
7) provide delegates with an awareness of the hazards and workplace precautions relating to manual handling
8) define the potential problems related to Manual handling
9) avoid the need for manual handling
10) assess the risk from manual handling
11) reduce the risk.

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Working At Heights & Manual Handling


Thursday 12th October 2017    9:00 am - 12:00 pm

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