Work Safely at Heights
Duration: 1 Day–8 hours delivery
Location: APS Bundaberg, on-site at workplace
Work Safely at Heights–RIIWHS204D
Meet your legal requirements and feel safer in your workplace with extensive height safety education through APS Training Group. We provide the most up-to-date industry course to government standards. RIIWHS204D supersedes RIIOHS204A and all older courses.
- Course Outline
- Method of Delivery
- Core Units
- Elements of Competency
- Course Dates
APS have developed a course to cater for all persons that are required to work at heights. This includes any situation where a worker is at a height where there is a potential to fall and cause injury, fall from one level to another, or is working in elevated work platforms (EWP), working from scaffold, or are required to be compliant with local legislation/Australian Standard AS/NZS: 1891.
Licensing, legislative, regulatory and certification requirements that apply to this unit can vary between states, territories, and industry sectors.
This course covers all relevant information about health and safety standards, general working at heights applications, permits, permit process, hazards and associated risks, preparation for heights work, roles and responsibilities, PPE, ladders, scaffolds, equipment inspection and use and more.
Our training can be provided at APS Training Group’s facilities or we can conduct it at your work location for multiple enrolments. Training consists of theory presentation, assessment and simulated practical scenarios.
Classroom delivery for groups
RIIWHS204D–Work Safely at Heights
$295.00 GST free
1. Identify work requirements
2. Identify work procedures & instructions
3. Access & install equipment
4. Perform work at heights
5. Clean up work area
Participants who demonstrate competency by passing both the theory and practical assessments will receive a Statement of Attainment issued by APS Training Group.
Standard industry practice is that refresher training should be conducted every 2 years. This does vary from company to company though. Always check with your employer.
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