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Safety Harness & Lanyards

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Prices starting from: £ 65.00
  • Duration – Half Day
  • Location – Leeds/Bradford, On-Site, Nationwide Locations
  • Certification – in-house
  • Valid for – 3 Years
  • Equipment Required – PPE – hard hat, high visibility vest, safety footwear, warm and waterproof clothing
  • Lunch Provided – No

Additional Information

A Safety Maintenance Company Certificate will be issued on successful completion of the course.

  • Saturday courses available on request
  • Group Booking Discounts
  • On-Site Training Available
  • Refreshments Provided
  • Free On-Site Parking
  • Additional Training Dates on Request
  • Health & Safety Laws & Regulations -understanding your legal duty including the Work at Height Regulations 2005 and the PPE Work Regulations 1992.
  • The responsibilities of the employer and employee
  • Working at Height – Risks & Hazards
  • Working at Height – Planning & Preparation
  • Work restraint, work position & fall arrest
  • CE Marking, trace-ability and record keeping
  • Types of Safety Harnesses – Waist Belt & Full Body
  • Types of Lanyards – Restraint, Fall Arrest, Fixed, Adjustable, Loops, Sliders, Inertia Devices & Connectors
  • Anchor points and types of connectors
  • Rescue Plan Awareness
  • The importance of issuing and using the right harness and lanyard
  • How to put on, fit, wear, work in and store the different types of harnesses
  • The importance of regular safety harness and lanyard inspections, who is responsible for this and how often this must be done
  • A step by step guide of how to inspect safety harness & lanyards including inspecting webbing, buckles, attachment links, web tides and stitching.
  • The importance of issuing and using the correct PPE, and step by step guide of how to inspect it
  • All the above is aided with practical delegate sessions using various equipment as teaching aids
  • Test paper/questions/ handouts & review
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