Tower cranes run anywhere from 86 to 262 feet in height and working at heights is a common requirement for many jobs and occupations, especially in the construction sector where construction is taking place at such a rapid rate.
Operators of these cranes work in a booth or cab located at or near the top of the crane. If they require medical assistance, you’ll need to access them via ladders and know how to extricate them from the cab. It is a common hazard that can lead to severe injuries and even fatalities.
This training contains information and details of procedures, to guide in safe work practices when working at heights and tower care rescue.
The objectives of this course is to provide personnel with the essential theoretical knowledge and practical skills to allow him to assess and if safe undertake rescue at height.
The course covers several module areas including:
The elements of a safe system of work
Risk assessment, method statements and emergency procedures
Equipment selection, inspection and use
Rescue and evacuation using industry standard equipment
Who should attend?
This training course is for the people who are required to access and work at height.