It is designed for workers at height who use fixed ladders, stepladders, hoists, platforms, scaffolding, masts, trusses or when working on flat roofs, steep roofs, etc. You will translate your accumulated knowledge and skills into safe working at height. You will be able to assess and reduce occupational risks. You will learn how to select, as well as how to use your personal protective equipment when working in confinement, suspension or support.

Fastening the harness before the task

Examples of programme points:

1. Safe working environment:

    • Polish and European legislation (basics)
    • Physical factors involved in working at height
    • Eliminating hazards on the job
    • Assessment of workplace and protection measures
    • Proper selection of PPE for the dedicated workstation
    • Methodology for working safely at height

2.How to secure the workplace

    • Organisation of work
    • In various positions: e.g. at the edge, in suspension, in support.
    • Principles of safe access to the workplace
    • Presentation of the requirements of standard EN 363 'Personal protective equipment against falls from a height.
    • systems:
    • to stop falling
    • equipment presentation
    • emergency
    • access to ropes
    • holding
    • setting up a workstation
    • stopping the fall
    • Personal Protective Equipment
    • The post-accident effect of so-called 'hanging shock' in braces.
    • Post-accident activities, procedures to minimise consequences.
    • Rescue system - evacuation and rescue equipment complying withEN360, EN1496, EN341 and EN1496 standards

Additional option on request - training in rescue and auto-rescue at height. The programme is tailored to individual needs, depending on demand and the specifics of the activity.

Repairing a telecommunications line

Who should sign up for training?

The construction access course is designed for workers who operate tools such as lifts, platforms, ladders and scaffolding. The training will also be useful for those navigating various types of structures such as poles, masts and trusses. Workshops are held in basic and more advanced modes. Training is not only aimed at people working in demanding conditions, but also at those who want to gain additional qualifications or change jobs. The programme of the mountaineering course is thorough and consists of a variety of theoretical and practical classes. Construction and line access are important elements in height training. Of course, these courses can be conducted separately.

Why should you be qualified to work at height?

Because it will provide:

  • good knowledge of working at height regulations
  • raise awareness of the risks associated with different types of occupation
  • examining the most common causes of accidents and ways to prevent them
  • systematise knowledge of employees' rights and obligations
  • learning about personal protective equipment (PPE), i.e. the various types of equipment that are used to protect against health and life risks when working at height
  • suitable protective measures worthy of application and control of their condition
  • knowledge and learning how to build belay points for different types of positions and all this taking into account the conditions of the site.
  • practice how to tie solid knots for work at height
  • basic principles of authorship
  • the means of correct belaying and the equipment used for it

Laying of roofing tile in support

At the end of the training, the trainee gains valuable knowledge that he or she can apply to their own work, not only to increase efficiency, but largely for greater safety and confidence in operations.