Working at Height with Ladders and Steps

£425.00 Ex.Vat

Working at height is one of the biggest causes of fatalities and major injuries in the UK according to HSE figures and this Working at Height with Ladders and Steps training course helps you understand how to do so safely.


The term ‘work at height’ means work in any place where, if there were no precautions in place, a person could fall a distance liable to cause personal injury (for example a fall through a fragile roof). The work itself can take place on, below or above ground level. This Working at Height with Ladders and Steps course provides training to enable delegates to safely use equipment.

The course complies with:

  • Personal Protective Equipment Regulations 1992
  • Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998
  • The Work at Height Regulations 2005.


The aims of this course are to improve delegate’s knowledge and enhance their ability to use equipment safely.

Who should attend

This course is designed for managers, supervisors and operatives who may be required to work at height during the course of their jobs. This includes roof workers, scaffolders, steel workers, powered access operators.

On successful completion of this course, delegates will be aware of and be able to:

  • Actively promote safety wherever employed to be working at height
  • Reduce the risk of major injuries and accidents from working at heights
  • Ensure compliance with all well-established safety procedures and all current relevant legislation.

This training can be carried out in-house at your premises, this offers the ability to train multiple members of staff at the same time in an environment where they feel comfortable. It also means that you save time away from the workplace and save money on travel and accommodation. All of our courses can be tailored to meet your requirements and reflect your business needs, for more information call us on 03456 122 144.

There is a practical element to this course where you will undertake a classroom based exercise.