Advanced Industrial Climber (MOD 4W)
This course is designed for those who intend to access towers, masts, or similar structures using fall arrest systems and use work positioning techniques to carry out work at height. They will also be able to perform a rescue, or evacuation of an injured / suspended colleague to ground level.
This course is designed to enable delegates to carry out pre-use checks and set up temporary access systems on masts, towers and similar structures, as well as climb using double legged fall arrest lanyards. They will also be able to safely position themselves to work in these environments. Delegates will review the requirements for emergency planning and carry out evacuations and rescues of suspended casualties using a nominated rescue kit.
New to this course
This course now includes:
Day One: Harness - Height Safety Equipment Appreciation and Inspection (MOD 1) (a.m.) and Occasional Industrial Climber (MOD 3) (p.m.)
Day Two: Advanced Industrial Climber (MOD 4)
Delegates successfully completing the course will be awarded a Certificate of attendance and photo ID card valid for three years.
Course Entry Criteria
All delegates must be able to certify that they are physically fit and have no medical conditions that might prevent them working at height. (A list of conditions that could affect practical training and work at height are available on request).
Provider: HSS Training
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