SMT Working at Height and Rescue

Aimed to provide Learners with a greater awareness in the use of ladders, step ladders, harnesses and a variety of other equipment that is used when working at height, and an introduction to rescue operatons at height.

27 Jan 2022
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24 Mar 2022
28 Apr 2022

Description

Learners will develop a basic awareness of working at height, focusing on key principles such as: safety considerations, legal obligations, hierarchy of control measures, reporting procedures for defective equipment and much more. 

Description

Learners will develop a basic awareness of working at height, focusing on key principles such as: safety considerations, legal obligations, hierarchy of control measures, reporting procedures for defective equipment and much more. 

Description

Learners will develop a basic awareness of working at height, focusing on key principles such as: safety considerations, legal obligations, hierarchy of control measures, reporting procedures for defective equipment and much more. 

Certification

SMT Working at Height and Rescue

Certification

SMT Working at Height and Rescue

Certification

SMT Working at Height and Rescue

Issuing Authority

Stream Marine Training

Issuing Authority

Stream Marine Training

Issuing Authority

Stream Marine Training

Learning Objectives

  • Understand legislation, regulation, roles and responsibilities when working at height
  • Understand safe working practices when working at height
  • Understand the types of equipment and testing requirements associated with working at height
  • Rescue at Height basics

Learning Objectives

  • Understand legislation, regulation, roles and responsibilities when working at height
  • Understand safe working practices when working at height
  • Understand the types of equipment and testing requirements associated with working at height
  • Rescue at Height basics

Learning Objectives

  • Understand legislation, regulation, roles and responsibilities when working at height
  • Understand safe working practices when working at height
  • Understand the types of equipment and testing requirements associated with working at height
  • Rescue at Height basics

Dates

1 day, 08:30 AM - 04:30 PM

Paisley

Session information

Sessions

Theory Development
08:30 - 12:00
3 hours, 30 minutes
Paisley
    Practical Session
    13:00 - 16:30
    3 hours, 30 minutes
    Paisley
      • £195.00 excl. VAT
      Register4 places remaining

      1 day, 08:30 AM - 04:30 PM

      Paisley

      Session information

      Sessions

      Theory Development
      08:30 - 16:30
      1 day
      Paisley
        • £195.00 excl. VAT

        1 day, 08:30 AM BST - 04:30 PM BST

        Paisley

        • PD points: 1
        Session information

        Sessions

        Theory Development
        08:30 BST - 16:30 BST
        1 day
        Paisley
          • £195.00 excl. VAT

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