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Nationally Recognised Accredited Low Level Access Training Course

Who is this course Aimed at?

The Nationally Recognised Accredited low level course is recommended for any person who uses low level access equipment. Items including Podium Steps, Folding and Low Level Access Towers have become increasingly widespread in the building industry. This training is aimed at staff & operatives from all workplaces such as construction sites, schools, hospitals, colleges & shops, and industrial units. This training course is ideal for operatives that are using access equipment that is 2.0m or below.

What will I gain from taking this course?

Operatives will have the knowledge of how to safely assemble, dismantle & relocate low level access units without risk of personal injury to the delegate or others. They will also be able to safely inspect the equipment prior to use.

What will I learn on this course?

  • Introduction & Housekeeping
  • Health & Safety at Work act
  • Standards & regulations
  • Guidance and Information
  • Low Level Equipment options
  • Checking components for damage
  • Assembly/Dismantling of equipment
  • Hazards and Risks
  • User Responsibilities

For more information on the safety training course please call us on 01282 615 517.

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What tests will I undertake?
This course will have both theory and practical sessions.

What will I need to bring on this course?
Protective footwear, suitable head protection, suitable clothing and gloves for the practical session.

Do I need any previous experience?
No formal qualifications or experience necessary, but it would be beneficial if delegates had a basic understanding of work at height issues. All delegates must be physically fit to carry out the practical session.

Will I receive a certificate?
Yes, a Photocard ID and certificate will be issued to successful candidates who complete the theory and practical sessions. These are valid for 5 years.

How long does the course last?
With this being a half day course (4 Hours), we can carry out 2 sessions in 1 day to cater for larger groups. Alternatively, we can pair this course with another ½ day course like Ladders & Steps, Manual Handling, Abrasive Wheels, Harnesses & Lanyards or Work at Heights.

How many delegates can be trained in 1 session?
Maximum of 12 delegates

Where can Browns Ladders carry out the Training?
We can provide training either at our approved training centre or at your location to suit your needs. We guarantee your operatives will receive the highest level of training in the use of Low Level Access Equipment.


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