Harness & Leading Edge Training
Scaffolding and Working at Heights Courses – Harness & Leading Edge Training
The Harness & Leading Edge Training course is designed to educate the delegate on the range of harnesses, set up and associated tools relating to working at height on an adjustable lanyard or horizontal safety line.
4 – 5 hours
Who is it for:
Managers, Operatives and Supervisors who work with fall protection
By the end of the course the delegate will be able to:
- conduct the relevant safety checks for each piece of equipment in line with the relevant guidelines
- dismantle and set up a horizontal safety line
- select the appropriate fall protection equipment for the task they are conducting
- chose the correct length of line for their adjustable lanyard
- use a range of anchor systems and communal fall arrest blocks
The course will cover the following fall protection equipment:
- Fall arrest lanyards
- Personal fall arrest blocks
- Full body fall harnesses
- Fixed lanyards
- Restraint lanyards
- Adjustable lanyards
What is Required to Pass the Harness & Leading Edge Training Course
The course contains a mixture of theory and practical based learning. The theory element will contain a range of tutorials and classroom discussions. Delegates are required to complete a 20-question multiple choice theory exam, they will need to get a score of 80% to successfully pass the course. They will also be assessed through a practical exam. The delegate will show their ability to inspect, assemble and dismantle a temporary horizontal safety line.
This course is part of our short course package. The short course days include three short courses in which you can mix and match to suit you. If you are looking to attend another working at height related course you may be interested in:
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There are no formal entry requirements for this course.
Harness & Leading Edge Training is available in our Watford centre and as an in-house course at a venue of your choosing.
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