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Falls from height are one of the biggest causes of workplace fatalities and major injuries, often from ladders and through fragile roofs. The Working at Height Regulations 2005 is there to try and prevent death and injury from a fall from height.
Working at height means working in any place where, if there were no precautions in places such as railings or fall protection, a person could fall a distance liable to cause injury. There is no minimum height restriction to classify work as being ‘at height’ and people who do so must have the necessary skills, knowledge and experience.
This is a general awareness course for employees and employers covering all aspects of ladder safety. The course is designed to satisfy the training and awareness requirements of relevant legislation and regulations including the Working at Height Regulations 2005 and the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974. It also meets the requirements of CHAS, SafeContractor, ConstructionLline, Exor and other SSIP registrations plus HSE safety training requirements.
Working at Height | Online course with instant downloadable certificate.
Instant start & login available 24/7 | Duration 75 minutes | RoSPA Certificate + 0.5 CPD credits
This online working at height training will help organisations meet their legal obligations and provide candidates with a thorough awareness of the dangers associated with working at height activities involving the use of ladders and stepladders and the management and control measures required to control the risks.
After completing the course, candidates will:
Understand the risks associated with working at height activities.
Have knowledge of the legal and regulatory framework that underpins working at height activities.
Be aware of the methods required to assess the risk from working off ladders and stepladders.
Have knowledge on preventing personal injury.
Have knowledge of safe use of ladders and stepladders
The course comprises 4 interactive modules and a final assessment. Links to recommended reading and additional resources may be provided within the training modules. These links are not mandatory and will not be tested for in the final assessment.
It takes approximately 75 minutes to complete the course in full. This can be spread out over multiple sessions or completed in a single session. There is no time limit for completion.
All candidates must complete a multiple choice assessment after working through the training material. The candidate will be asked 12 multiple choice questions, randomly chosen from a larger question pool, and need to answer a minimum of 9 correctly to pass. Candidates will be given instant feedback after completing the assessment stating whether they have passed or failed. The assessment can be re-taken as many times as is required to pass at no additional cost.
Click the link above for a short 3m 24s video taken from the working at height training course showing the course summary, modules, resources, sample exercises and example slides from the course
Successful candidates will receive a RoSPA Assured/CPD Certificate and 1 CPD Credit.
The Working at Height safety awareness certificate has no expiry date because there is no formally recognised period of validity for any health and safety training. The HSE recommends refresher training is carried out whenever it is felt necessary. Safety registration bodies such as CHAS, SafeContractor, ConstructionLine & SMAS and other members of the SSiP scheme recommend most re-training is done every 3 years.
All of our courses, systems and services have been registered to the internationally recognised ISO 9001:2015 quality standard. Quality Management Systems Ltd (QMS) made this prestigious award to Commodious in January 2018. This gives assurance that the training and assessment was completed with a quality registered organisation.
Working At Height Online Training Course - System requirements
Our courses are compatible with the latest versions of all modern desktop web browsers, including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge and Safari. On mobile devices, they are compatible with the latest version of Safari or Google Chrome running on iOS 12/Android 6.0 or later.
You can check your current web browser, and whether it is the latest version, by visiting whatismybrowser.com.
For the best experience, we recommend using Google Chrome version 90 or later. We do not recommend using Internet Explorer to access our courses as this can cause compatibility issues and lead to a poor experience.
After a successful purchase you will be automatically taken to our registration process. Here you create your learner(s) and assign the course(s) to them so that they can start training immediately. If you do not know all the learner details - no problem, you can return later and create the learners when it suits you.
The system automatically creates an admin group of your learners, this means you can access your learner accounts to obtain certificates or schedule reports on the progress of your group, useful for Health & Safety audits or Registration to organisations such as CHAS, SMAS, SafeContractor, ConstructionLine etc or site access when certificates are required.
If this all sounds too complicated feel free to contact us, we are more than happy to enrol you or your colleagues on your behalf.
We know how difficult it can be choosing online training, we have been there ourselves! That is why we are giving free access to all our health and safety training courses (excluding exams) so you can try them out and satisfy yourself with the quality.
We know that when something looks too good to be true, there's often a catch. There are no catches, we simply want to give you a more informed choice. Email us with your requirements and we will set you up.