Working at Heights Access Training

Assessment Information

Aluminium towers are only one of many different types of access equipment which may be selected for working at height, depending on the tasks being undertaken.

The course has been designed with the cooperation of Turner Access and will provide an overview of the process of assessing the risk associated with particular work at height tasks to ensure that you understand the advantages and limitations of aluminium towers and that, if an aluminium tower is selected, that it is the correct choice of equipment.



Further Information

Course duration will be two days comprised of theoretical and practical sessions, with both theory and practical assessment to be undertaken.

Your certificate will allow you to carry out work at height using Beta Tower® with BetaGuard®

Expiry Information

Certificates are normally valid for 5 years.

Useful Information

Following this course you will be competent to:

  • Select a standard tower configuration
  • Understand the need for a custom tower configuration and special design
  • Carry out pre-use checks
  • Safely assemble, use and dismantle different configurations of Beta Tower® with BetaGuard® using the appropriate assembly guide
  • Perform pre-use checks
  • Understand when to refer equipment to trained inspectors
  • Understand and comply with appropriate Health and Safety regulations
Training Materials

Installation Course

The course content will cover;

  • Risk Assessment
  • Regulations
  • Tower Configurations (Assembly of the Access Equipment)
  • Dismantling the Tower
  • Ties
  • Maintenance

Working at Heights Training Manual

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