A brief description of the course;
A stepladder may appear to be safer than a leaning ladder, but every year many workers are seriously injured or even killed when they fall from a stepladder.
Benefits and advantages to be gained;
Here at Park City we a wide range of workplace health and safety courses to help your staff get the training they need. One such safety course is our Steps and Ladders Course in Essex. If your work involves frequent use of steps and ladders, particularly when lifting or carrying things, make sure you take a look at our Steps and Ladders Course, taught at our state-of-the-art training facilities in Colchester.
Our Steps and Ladders Course Colchester covers everything you need to know to work safely in this area, whether you work in construction, agriculture, manufacturing, retail or anywhere else. Incorrect use of steps and ladders in the workplace results in many accidents and injuries every year, with as many as 20 per cent of accidents being fatal. This can be easily avoided and by taking part in our Steps and Ladders Training your staff will be equipped with the knowledge they need to work safely and efficiently.
Our Steps and Ladders training starts off by looking at what height is suitable to work at. We then cover detailed training of how to plan properly, be appropriately supervised and know what weather conditions could jeopardise safety in the workplace. If an employee was to fall from a height and injure themselves your business could be liable.
Park city is a known and trusted provider of specialist Health & Safety training and development. Our courses have proven highly successful over the last 18 years, as seen by our 90 per cent client satisfaction rate. If you're thinking of enrolling a Steps and Ladders Training Course, make sure you call us on 01206 752 100 today and a member of our team will be happy to provide you with more information.
The HSE site has provided updated advice on the use of Steps & Ladders.
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