ACE Trainers are an RTITB and HSE accredited training organisation that are dedicated to providing the very highest standard of vocational training courses for employers, their employees and private individuals. The offer a wide range of courses including training in forklift truck operation, Driver CPC training, transport consultancy, health and safety at work, manual handling and many more full details of which can be found on their website at: http://acetrainers.co.uk.
Due to popular demand the team at ACE Trainers have recently introduce a specialist course in the techniques and equipment involved in safely working at heights. For any person who is required to work at a significant height off the ground such as scaffolders, riggers, commercial window cleaners etc., this course will prove invaluable in ensuring that you comply with the Working at Height Regulations 2005. This legislation states that all employees or individuals who work at heights must hold a qualification as proof of their competence and ability.
The training course for working at heights including ladders provided by the professional team at ACE Trainers will ensure compliance with these regulations in accordance with the European Council Directive 2001/45/EC which specifies the required health and safety for the use of equipment when working at height.
Their working at heights courses take place over one day with a minimum of six delegates per curse and are a combination of theoretical classroom learning, practical demonstrations and assessed experience. Every student will undertake a multi-choice theoretical test and for those who successfully pass the course, ACE Trainers will award a certificate of basic training. Full details of the course content can be viewed at: http://acetrainers.co.uk/working-heights-including-ladders/.
For further information on the Working at Heights Including Ladders training course offered by ACE trainers why not give them a call on 01256 351581 or emailInfo@acetrainers.co.uk for further information.
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