Advanced Working at Heights Rescue
Prerequisites: Working at Heights
Note: Participants must wear appropriate footwear. This program has a very significant practical component that can be physically demanding for some. Participants will have the opportunity to rescue from height, weighted mannequins from our WAH training props.
For this course we can conduct the training at your facility or at our own training facility, whichever will suit your needs best. There are some great benefits to both approaches. By completing your training on-site we can save your staff travel time, by completing your training at our facility you can benefit from our spacious training room, our state of the art hands on training space and full use of our break room.
This program adds a second, practical, rescue oriented day to the Working at heights training program described on the Working at Heights page (Link) to lead participants in developing, implementing and practicing several types of rescue plans. To learn more about the benefits of our training approach for this program click here.
Training program topics include:
- Occupational Health and Safety Act review
- Fall prevention and protection review
- Recognizing, assessing and controlling risk
- Rescue equipment
- Rescue procedure development
- Evaluating the adequacy of your working at heights rescue plan
- Rescue component selection
- Proper component assembly
- Rescue hands-on practical exercises
You will learn by:
- Classroom interaction with experienced instructors
- Planning rescue from heights
- Hands-on rescue exercises
- Detailed handouts, videos and quizzes
Who should enroll in this training program?
Personnel who require working at heights training and may have to perform at heights rescue or who have leadership or rescue planning responsibility. Day two is also available as a stand-alone training program for those who have successfully completed Working at Heights training through an approved provider.
Training Program Duration
1 Day (8 Hours)