WORK-AT-HEIGHT-WORKERS

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Work-At-Height-Workers

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work-at-heights

 

Work-At-Height-Workers

What is Work at Heights?

Work at heights is defined as work:

Working at heights can result in serious workplace injuries and even death, if the necessary safety measures are not in place.

This Work-At-Height-Workers course educates all workers on the importance of safely working at heights

Course Overview:

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Who is this for?
Anyone who needs to work at a height of more than 1.8 metres

Employers or Principals (e.g. main contractors who engage sub-contractors) are required to first provide adequate safety and health training for workers carrying out WAH before they commence work.

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What equipment does AAT have available for this course?
We have a Ministry of Manpower approved indoor scaffold structure for Work-At-Height-Workers

What are the main topics of the course?

  • Identify relevant Workplace Safety & Health (WSH) legislations / approved codes of practice / Singapore standards applicable to work at height and roles and responsibilities
  • Identify work at heighthazards and preventive measures related to work at height
  • Demonstrate the understanding of use and care for the various fall arrest systems and equipment

Career Prospectives:

It is a requirement for workers who want to work at heights of more than 1.8 metres. Workers can move on to the WAH-Supervisor or MWAH course for supervisory roles

Assessment Methods:
Learners will need to pass Written and Practical tests to be competent in this  Work-At-Height-Workers course

Entry requirements:
Learners are expected to be able to communicate in simple English-WPLN LEVEL 2
Non-native speakers are recommended to take our basic English Test ONLINE HERE

Fees: S$90 (before Skillsconnect/Skillsfuture funding)

Language: All course materials and tests in basic English

Register online

or call 62924804 for further enquiries

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