Kiwi Veteran Owned & Operated
This course is perfect for employed in health and safety roles and need to understand the legislative requirements and technical aspects of fall protection beyond working at heights foundations.
The course will focus on prevention of falls from height (ie. restraint techniques), as opposed to fall arrest (which is covered in Working at Heights - Intermediate and Working at Heights - Advanced).
Familiarization with the law, legislation and responsibilities relating to working at heights in NZ.
Develop a deeper understanding of risk management relating to working at heights.
Understand the basics of harnesses and lanyards, including conducting routine equipment checks.
Develop the skills for emergency planning and basic heights rescue.
Learn about the different types of fall protection and fall-arrest devices.
Use a safety harness whilst working at height.
If you work in an environment where you work across a variety of sites where fixed access and pre-installed fall-arrest systems are not available, we recommend Working at Heights - Intermediate or Working at Heights - Advanced so you become proficient with installation, use and disestablishment of temporary proprietary fall-arrest systems.
Confidence and competence in employing equipment at height.
NZQA Unit Standards
Unit Standard 23229
Use Safety Harness when Working at Height
Unit Standard 25045
Employ Height Safety Equipment in the Workplace
6 Hours; $1950
There are no prerequisites for this course.
To run this as a on-site private course, we require a training space with adequate room for practical activities.
We'll need two tables, enough chairs for the participants and space for the projector to display. We're happy to use your AV set up if you have one.
For the heights practical components, we need access to a structure which complies with all relevant standards, that allows students to demonstrate safely working at heights at a minimum of 2m. At any time, there needs to be space for two students to work safely at height.
If you are unsure if your site meets these requirements, please don't hesitate to get in touch with our team.
Working at heights courses are, by nature, high-risk.
Students are required to have the physical strength, dexterity, balance, co-ordination and motor skills required to safely demonstrate competence in the unit standards.
Due to the load limits specified by the manufacturers instructions on our equipment, students must be under 150kg in order to participate in these courses.
There are many practical components to this course. If you have injuries or medical conditions that may affect your ability to participate, please contact us to discuss your options. It is the responsibility of the hiring party to ensure all students meet this criteria.
English Language Requirements
This course contains written assessments. All students are required to have a level of written and oral English equivalent to NCEA level 1 (year 11) or IELTS 5.5 or higher, to be eligible to attend our courses. It is the responsibility of the hiring party to ensure all students meet this criteria.
We do not issue refunds for our courses, please ensure you read our full Terms and Conditions.