The general aim of the course is to learn how to use personal protective equipment in different working conditions. Participants will master the dangers of working at heights, general regulations, the use of personal protective equipment in different categories. They will also learn how to protect equipment and simple inspection / inspection methods.
Trainees will be provided with both theoretical and practical qualifications during the course, such as stopping stop, job positioning and restriction. Additionally; learn how to use rescue equipment with different rescue scenarios. Intensive rescue drills will be held.
Being physically and mentally fit, reasonably fit to work at height
Introduction to Working at Height: Current Status and Development of Working at Height and Fall Protection, Identifying Falling Hazards in the Work Environment, Statistics, Reasons of Fall and Dynamics
Introduction to Fall Protection: Relevant Legal Legislations Regulations and Standards, Fall Protection Equipment Standards, Legal Responsibilities of Employee and Employer
Protection from Fall Hazards: Control Hierarchy, Warning Methods, Physical Barriers, Personal Protective Equipment, Fall Protection System Selection, Fall Protection Planning
Anchor Points: View of Anchor Points, Anchor Types, Strength Requirements, Connection Types
Seat Belts: Overview, Seat Belt Types, Full Body Seat Belts, Seat Belt Selection, Seat Belt Materials, Seat Belt Clothing
Connection Points: Carabiner and Spring Hooks, Lanyards, Free Fall Distance, Shock Absorbers, Rewind Mechanisms, Vertical Life Lines and Fall Arresters, Horizontal Life Lines
Recovery: Recovery Requirements, Suspension Trauma, Recovery Planning, Equipment and Techniques Used
Workshop 1: Visual Inspection of Equipment
Workshop 2: Safety Belt Dressing
Personal Protective Equipment
Fall Stop Systems
Vertical Life Lines
Rescue Scenarios: Stair Rescue, Tower Rescue, Rewind Systems