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Working at Height
Providing an introduction to anyone involved in or affected by Working at Height in a typical ROV industry environment
One day course Working at Height: £285 + VAT
This 1 day course provides essential safety training for anyone involved in or affected by Working at Height in a typical ROV industry environment.
This training is required to enable an individual to effectively comply with his duties under the Work at Height Regulations 2005 (which includes the identification and reporting of unsafe activities).
These Regulations require anyone who works at height to be competent. This course covers the following:
- Equipment recognition
- Harness training
- Positioning and fall arrest techniques
- Risk assessment
- Emergency procedures
- Suspension trauma
- Equipment care
- Anchor point selection
- Climbing fixed ladders with twin lanyards
- Other working at height activities
Price: £285 ex VAT (£342 in VAT)
On completion of the course, students will be able to:
- Discriminate between working at height equipment and able to select the correct equipment regarding the job type
- Competently inspect and equip harness and other PPE equipment typical ROV industry type, without coaching or instructor intervention
- Describe the difference between fall arrest, fall restraint and work positioning and apply it in safe working practices
- Complete a risk assessment relating to typical offshore ROV industry hazards, and implement the appropriate controls
- Demonstrate the appropriate response when participating in rescue procedures and casualty rescue
- Recognize and deal with syncope (suspension trauma)
- Implement safe work at height regulations, and Health and Safety at Work Regulation
- Demonstrate a proactive approach to equipment inspection, without coaching or instruction
- Carefully select and distinguish a safe anchor point, and apply it in safe working practice
- Competently climb fixed ladders in a ROV worksite with twin lanyards without instruction
- Appreciate other work that involves working at heights
The Working at Height Course is included in our seven-week Premium ROV Course; for more details on this course, click here.
For more information and available dates, email us on email@example.com or call +44 1397 703 786.
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Students are expected to engage positively with the course material.
The course is delivered in English and good written and oral communication skills are required.
Students should also be able to handle mathematical calculations to SCQF Level V.
IMCA guidelines for ROV employers recommend that personnel entering the ROV industry should have a nationally-recognised technical or trade qualification completed in electrical, electronic, hydraulics or mechanics and a certain amount of technical experience. This 7 week course allows those who have technical proficiency, but no qualifications, to strengthen their CV and increase their employability for the ROV industry.
You can read the full IMCA guidelines here.
Please note, once you have completed your ROV course, you will also require an Offshore Survival, Offshore Medical and MIST certification to work offshore. Read more about the offshore industry requirements here.
You are required to bring the following with you:
- Plenty of warm clothing
- High visibility foul weather gear (waterproofs)
- Safety footwear (e.g. steel toe caps. Footwear must meet the requirements of the Personal Protective Equipment Regulations 2002, and preferably have a ‘CE’ marking.)
- An up to date copy of your CV
- You will also need to bring some basic stationery – including a Casio FX83ES scientific calculator, notebook, pens/ pencils
For more information email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 1397 703 786.