What is Working at Heights Training?

To complete the Working at Heights training you must complete the training in person. This training course consists of 2 main modules that must be included in an approved working at heights, Fall Protection 7 Rescue + Practical training program. Here is the breakdown of each of the modules:

Working at Height & Rescue Seminars(at NAYA Workshop)

NAYA now running Working at Height seminars for Health and Safety professionals, business owners, Managers and those involved in site safety and risk assessment. During the seminar you will be given an overview of current legislation and Working at Height Regulations And Rescue Techniques. You will also view demonstrations of workers suspended in a harness from scaffolding,hand rails and ladders.

Learning Outcomes

On completion of this course, delegates will be able to

  • Hazards
  • Identification Risk Assessment
  • Understand the main principle of health, safety, environmental legislationand approved codes of practice for working at height Know the hazards and risks associated with work at height
  • Know the methods of reducing risk and injury including the hierarchy of controls relating to working at height Know the types of personal fall protection systems and the differences between fall arrest,work restraint and work positioning (Including anchors & lifelines)
  • Give an appreciation of procedures for rescue, emergency at height or other incidents Demonstrate competency when planning work from suspended lines.
  • Emergency Response

Identification and checking procedures for a broad range of rescues from height equipment A non-contact rescue of a suspended worker using a Rescue Master A contact rescue of a suspended worker using a Rescue Master Casualty handling techniques Casualty packaging techniques Rescue of an entangled worker Inspection.

Course Duration
Working at Height & Rescue 2 days

Course Timeline:

(Basic Theory) is knowledge and awareness-based and is a minimum of three hours long. It includes foundational elements on how to work safely at heights and covers topics such as:

  • Knowing rights and responsibilities related to working at heights
  • Warning methods and physical barriers.
  • Identifying hazards of working at heights (focus on safety culture)
  • Basic introduction to PPE theory
  • Understanding the hierarchy of controls and limitations of personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Ladder safety
  • Harness & Fall Arrest Inspection

(Practical) contains more advanced information on fall protection systems and includes a hands-on demonstration of equipment and procedures. It is a minimum of three and a half hours long and includes a practical demonstration of the proper use of fall protection equipment. This module also covers topics such as:

  • Work access equipment and platforms
  • Barriers and other fixed equipment
  • Rescue planning
  • Anchor points
  • Fall PPE(travel restraint, fall arrest systems, and fall restricting)
  • Inspection

Once the training is complete, attendees will receive a CPO issued proof of training card. Employers are required by O. Reg. 297/13to keep of copy of their workers CPO issued cards in order to maintain a training record. An inspector may ask for copies of each worker’s CPO issued proof of completion at any time. The Ministry ofLaborwill also keep this information uploaded in asecure centralized database.

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