Virtual - On demand

10 CPD Points - Working At Heights Training - Virtual On Demand

This training has been supported by funding from the NSW Department of Planning and Environment.

Recording includes following sessions:

– Working at Heights rules and regulations – Safe Work NSW

– Temporary Edge Protection: an Installer’s Perspective

– Update on Standards: Geoff Bragg (AS/NZS 5033 2021)

 

We would expect the following Learning Outcomes from the Working at Heights training:

  • Knowledge: Participants will recognise and understand that SafeWork NSW has published a new “Guide To Safe Solar Panel Installation”, which makes clear the hierarchy of control, effectively mandating the use of Fall Prevention Devices such as scaffold, temporary edge protection or elevating work platforms on most sites, unless it can be shown to be unsafe, or not “Reasonably Practicable”. Learners will gain an understanding of Safe Work Australia’s guide on what is “Reasonably Practicable” to meet a Work Health and Safety Duty.
  • Comprehension: Participants will be able to identify, describe and explain solar installation situations that require the use of temporary edge protection to create a safe working environment.
  • Analysis: Participants will be able to compare different applications of edge protection in combination with a Work Positioning System such as a total restraint harness system.
  • Create: Participants will be empowered to develop site-specific safe work methods and document these revised procedures in all ongoing Safe Work Method Statements.

 

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