For every work involved outer portion of a high rise building, window cleaning and exterior work, the choice of access equipment will be determined by the height to be negotiated, site conditions, duration and extent of work and frequency of access. Cradles are an ideal form of access for external window cleaning and other exterior work including maintenance for many larger buildings.
To provide information relating to all aspects of operation of temporary suspended access equipment (Cradle) especially with regards to safety, technical processes and emergency procedures.
Who should attend?
This course is aimed at delegates who wants to work in a cradle for any exterior work including maintenance or require refresher training after completing a full Cradle Operator course within the last two years.
General Health and Safety related to Working at Height
Identify parts of a suspended access system including safety equipment and systems.
Recognize platform safety features
Carry out pre-use checks.
Understand inspection requirements
Operate temporary suspended access equipment correctly in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions and with regard to site conditions.
Carry out emergency procedures and use emergency equipment safely and effectively.
Describe duties and responsibilities and attributes of a temporary suspended access equipment operator.
State personal responsibilities under law for own safety and that of others.