Work Safely at Heights - RIIWHS204D

This 1 Day program provides participants with the core competencies to work effectively and safely at heights.

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DURATION:
1 Day
ID:
RIIWHS204D

Address

Pivot Institute   View map

Course Snapshot:

Duration:  1 Day
Prerequisites: Reasonable language, literacy and numeracy skills
Delivery: Facilitated workshops, onsite practical assessments
Dates:• Monday 3rd August 2015
• Friday 31st August 2015
• Thursday 1st October 2015
• Thursday 5th November 2015
• Thursday 3rd December 2015
Cost: $320
Accreditation: Nationally Accredited.

Overview:

This 1 Day program provides participants with the core competencies to work effectively and safely at heights.

Recommended for:

This course is relevant to those working in or who intend to work at heights as part of their job role.

Entry Requirements:

No previous qualifications needed.

Course details:

Let our industry professionals guide you through your learning journey. This interactive course combines different methods of learning to ensure that graduates from this course are completely competent. This qualification requires three practical assessments in order to be deemed competent. The first practical assessment will be completed onsite in our working at heights practical area. The delivery method includes: facilitated workshops, theory assessments and practical assessments.

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be issued with a statement of attainment in Work Safely at Heights- RIIWHS204D.

Learning Outcomes:

After completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Assess, interpret and apply compliance documentation relevant to working safely at heights.
  • Adhere to WHS requirements associated with working safely at heights, and the workplace environment throughout the work.
  • Identify and document scope of the task and the proposed work practices or activities.
  • Identify, manage and report potential risks and hazards.
  • Select materials, tools and equipment, including personal safety equipment, and check for serviceability.
  • Inspect/install fall protection equipment ensuring adequacy for work and conformance to regulatory requirements.
  • Install safety system accordance with requirements.
  • Correctly fit, adjust and anchor fall protection and associated equipment.
  • Check safety systems periodically for compliance with requirements and procedures.
  • Dismantle safety systems in accordance with sequence and remove from worksite.

RTO Code: 51586