Working at Height

Working at Height

About the course

Working at height is dangerous and carries significant risks. Whether you are working on step ladders, on loading docks or using a scaffold there are potential hazards to your health and wellbeing. There is a legal requirement to ensure workers are trained and competent to work at height. It is important that individuals understand how they could be hurt and to know how to manage the risks in an informed way.

This course is designed to help all people involved with working at height to learn about the safety issues. It encourages you to think about the particular hazards associated with your work to encourage you to keep yourself safe.

Working at height injuries can range from cuts and sprains to broken bones, back injuries, head trauma and death. In 2015/16 there were 37 fatalities from falls from height.

If you or your staff work anywhere from just above ground to high up, then this online course is for you. It is also aimed at employers who employ people who regularly work at height to help you to learn about how to manage the risks.

The online course covers what constitutes work at height, the safety issues and how to assess and reduce risks. It is a great introductory way to keep your staff safe at work and your business working!

Our online training ensures that you learn in an enjoyable way from the comfort of your home, office or anywhere that has a good internet connection! Please try our free trial to see how easy our training system is to use.

Discounts for multiple licences are available. Please email with your requirements and we will be happy to offer you discounts for 5 licences and above.

Key Points

  • RoSPA Approved
  • Duration: 105 mins *
  • Just £35 per license
  • Fast effective learning in an interactive way
  • Opportunities to stop and start the course meaning that everyone has the time to learn.
  • Improved legal compliance
  • Effective evidence of quality training
  • We suggest using Google Chrome for the best user experience

*The course duration is based on the amount of video content shown and is rounded off. It does not account in any way for loading time or thinking time on the questions