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RIIWHS204E – Safe Working at Heights

$250.00 per person  (excl. GST)

This course covers workers who work at heights and are required to attain the level of Height Safety Operator. Students undertake a theoretical session as well as performing various height safety practical exercises to ensure they are competent to use height safety equipment in accordance with Australian standards and manufactures instructions and recommendations.

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RIIWHS204E – Safe Working at Heights – (8 hours)

Course Aim
Our Safe Working at Heights course covers workers who work at heights and are required to attain the level of Height Safety Operator. Students undertake a theoretical session as well as performing various height safety practical exercises to ensure they are competent to use height safety equipment in accordance with Australian standards and manufactures instructions and recommendations.

Course Objectives
By the end of the course, the student will be able to:

Demonstrate knowledge of:

  • Identification and assessment of hazards
  • Legislation
  • Anchorage connectors and tie off adapters
  • Select harness, pre-use inspection, don and properly fit the harness
  • Fall clearances and forces in falls
  • Select fall protection equipment, pre-use checks and operation
  • Lanyards and self-retracting lifelines
  • Dropped object prevention
  • Record keeping

Demonstrate skills in the following:

  • Complete a Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS)
  • Set up an exclusion zone
  • Access and install equipment including ladder access
  • Pre-use inspection of fall arrest equipment
  • Select harness; properly fit the harness and perform buddy checks
  • Correct rigging of anchorage straps
  • Correct use of a restraint line and running redirections
  • Set up a shock-absorbing lanyard and connect to anchorage and workers harnesses
  • Twin tail lanyard mobility and pole strap work positioning techniques
  • Correctly demonstrate the use of an industrial rescue kit
  • Clean-up work area

Course Assessment

Students will be assessed to determine their competency in this course both theoretically and practically. The theory assessment consists of multiple choice and short answer questions.

The practical assessment will require students to participate in hazard identification discussion and the completion of SWMS documentation; select, pre-use inspect, put on and correctly fit a full-body harness; and height safety techniques in order to work safely at heights in accordance with Australian standards and manufactures instructions and recommendations.

View the course flyer here.

 

Archer Access works in partnership with 3M Australia Pty Ltd RTO Code: 45498.
Upon successful completion participants will be issued a Statement of attainment for a nationally recognised unit of competency from 3M Australia Pty Ltd.

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