Scissor lift training qualified participants to safely use scissor lifts and booms in any situation. Different businesses can use a number of different types of scissor lift within construction or to create a safe area at which to work from height.
If you are required to work at height in your job then it’s essential to undertake an officially accredited course to prove to employers that you are competent to do the task set out. Additionally, if you are a manager responsible for
Careful small business owners take a lot of notice of their responsibilities under the directives from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) but it is important to give help and guidance on a down to earth level, to prevent them spending precious time and money
Safe working at heights is a matter of adequate planning and following of the risk assessment completed for the identified activity. Falls from heights have accounted for thousands of injuries at work every year with over forty of these falls proving fatal.
When working at height in potentially hazardous buildings, health and safety should be the number one consideration for both employees and employers. By law, employers must comply with the Working at Height Regulations 2005, ensuring that anyone they employ is competent and well trained. In addition, training helps machinery operators to increase the safety and […]
It wasn’t until 1999 that the use of materials containing asbestos was banned, which means there’s still a lot of scope for different types of workers to come into contact with it, in particular construction workers. As an employee, if your job requires possible disturbance of asbestos containing materials then you must have been adequately […]