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Training Courses for Safe Work at Height: Which is Right for Your Business?

by Naomi Wells, Compliance Assistant

Working at Height remains one of the leading causes of death and injury in the workplace, so ensuring the training is up to date for all employees helps mitigate risks.

Why is it important?

Contrary to common thought, working at height isn’t just up ladders or on rooves. A workplace is ‘at height’ if a person could be injured falling from it, even if it is at or below ground level. To comply with The Work at Height Regulations 2005, training must be provided in order to prevent death & injury.

What training is involved?

We provide various training courses to ensure appropriate training and qualification for many scenarios. All our courses will teach you and your employees how to comply with your duties in the Work at Height Regulations 2005 and equip you with the knowledge and skills to work safely at height:

  • Working at Height Awareness – a half-day course for everyone whose role requires them to work at height.
  • Harness Awareness – for anyone who uses a harness as a fall preventative
  • IPAF – for anybody who uses Mobile Elevated Work Platforms (MEWPS)

The risks associated with working at height can result in injury or even death, so it’s essential to ensure that employees are adequately trained and qualified to work safely. 

If you’re unsure which course is right for you or your employees, our training team is available to provide guidance and answer any questions you may have. Don’t take unnecessary risks – invest in the safety of your employees today.

To find out more information or discuss your training needs, talk to our Training Team by calling 01427 420 405 or email  or 


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