Safe Use Of Ladders & Step Ladders
Scaffolding and Working at Heights Courses
This is a classroom-based course which ensures that delegates are competent and safe when using a ladder or step ladder. The course will also teach delegates when it is an appropriate situation to use a ladder/stepladder. If you use a ladder in your occupation, attending this course will be beneficial to your safety and the safety of those around you.
How long is the course?
Who should attend the Ladder Safety course?
Ladder and stepladder users, and anyone who needs to know the risks associated with ladder/stepladder use.
Is the course accredited?
3B Training accredited
When does my certificate expire?
There are no requirements for entry on this course.
By the end of the Safe Use of Ladders course, you will be able to use ladders and step ladders in a way which is safe for yourself and those around you. You will also have the relevant knowledge which allows you to conform to the appropriate legal requirements.
The course is delivered through a range of mediums and includes classroom tutorials and practical activities.
- An introduction to ladder safety
- Health & Safety at Work Act
- Handrails and toe boards
- Legislation and regulations
- Use of stabilisers and outriggers
- Risk assessments and hazards
- Product standards and available products
- Storing, maintaining and handling ladders
The course makes sure that the employees attending are capable of working in line with HSE legislation.
What is Required to Pass the Ladder Safety Course?
Delegates will be assessed through a short assessment paper at the end of the course.
This course is part of our short course package. The short course days include three, three-hour short courses. You can attend whichever course you would like, and as many as you want during the day. The advantage of the package is that the more you book, the more you save.
You can find more of our short courses by visiting here.
We also offer several courses which are complementary to the Safe Use of Ladders training course. Working at Heights, Safety Harness and the Scaffold Training courses are often relevant to similar occupations.