Working At Height Limited offer a complete range of associated products and services to ensure that your access platform is always safe to use and your personel trained and compliant.
We can take care of all your service and inspection needs, ensuring your access platform or material lift is reliable, safe to use and compliant with LOLER (Lifting Operation & Lifting Equipment Regulations) and PUWER (Provision & Use of Work Equipment Regulations).
Additionally, we undertake inspections of mobile access towers, bespoke access platforms, custom built access staging, step ladders, ladders and podium steps.
We can take care of all your training requirments with a comprehensive range of courses covering all work at height diciplines. Falls from height remain the most common cause of fatalities and major injuries in the work place. Our range of courses are designed to equip delegates with the knowledge and skills to ensure they are fully trained and certificated on the equipment they are to use.
We offer a comprehensive range of nationally recognised operator training courses on the following MEWP categories: push around vertical (PAV) access platforms, scissor lifts, articulating boom lifts, telescopic boom lifts and trailer mounted access platforms. All our MEWP training courses can be tailored to your industry sector and environment and we offer nationwide coverage.
Our nationally recognised one day tower erection course which instructs delegates to safely erect, move, dismantle and inspect various types of mobile access towers. On successful completion of the course all delegates will know how to safely erect, use, reposition, dismantle and inspect mobile access towers.
Working At Height also offer training courses in the safe use of steps and ladders, podium steps, safety harnesses and general work at height. These courses can be tailored to your own requirments.
Upon successful completion, all our training courses provide delegates with nationally recognised certification.
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