Duration 1 day
This course provides delegates with clear understanding of how to carry out a successful rescue of a disabled casualty from OHL steel lattice towers.
On successful completion of the course delegates will be able to:
- understand the legislative requirements for rescue from height
- understand the need and how to rescue a disabled casualty promptly
- carryout out the necessary pre-use inspections of rescue equipment
- carry out successful practical rescues of a disabled casualty from a steel lattice tower
- identify suitable anchorage points from which to carry out a rescue
- understand the need to summon emergency assistance immediately
- Rescue Procedures
- Working @ Height Regulations 2005
- Roles and Responsibilities
- Training Requirements
- Risk Assessment for working at height and tower rescue
- Tower Rescue Method Statement
- Practical rescue of a disabled casualty
- Identification and inspection of rescue equipment, harness, work position and fall arrest equipment
Who Should Attend
Personnel who are required to climb and work on steel lattice towers and are required where necessary to carry out a rescue of a disabled casualty.
Personnel who set staff to work on steel lattice towers.
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