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Rescue at Height Training Safety above all

We offer 25 years of practical experience in safety awareness

When it comes to working at height, the safety of yourself, your colleagues and the environment comes first. If something goes wrong during a project, it is important to know how to carry out a rescue at height. How do you prepare a rescue plan? How do you carry out a rescue? And what do you do after a rescue? During our rescue at height training you will get the answers to these questions and a lot of practice.

rescue at height training

Rescue at Height

The goal of this training is to create, understand and execute a rescue plan. As well as the successful execution of a (team) rescue in different scenarios. We will use a specifically developed rescue system.

Theory

  • Drawing up a rescue plan;
  • Applying a rescue plan drawn up in advance
  • Knowledge of legislation and regulations
  • Insight into various techniques and materials
  • Preparation of a rescue plan
  • Preparation of an RI&E (Risk Inventory and Evaluation)
  • What to do after a rescue
  • Knowledge of ‘Harness Suspension Intolerance’

And practice

  • Repeating working at height training techniques
  • Application of a rescue plan
  • Various practical exercises for rescue at heights in different configurations
  • Applying the Jag System in various ways
  • Applying the Jag System in combination with the Reach Pole

Requirements

To be able to follow this training you must have successfully completed the training working at height ‘Basic’ or ‘Advanced’. You must be able to prove this with a certificate that is not older than one year before you start the Rescue at Height training.

Certificate

The rescue at height training is finished with a theoretical and practical test. Upon successful completion of the training, you will receive a certificate from Height Specialists. This certificate is valid for one year.

Duration & costs

The costs are € 325.00 ex VAT per person, including lunch. The course lasts a whole day and continues with a minimum of 2 registrations.

 

Questions

Questions? Take a look at our frequently asked questions or feel free to contact us.

Training schedule

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15 Oct 2020 - Rescue At Height 1 day
12 Nov 2020 - Rescue At Height 1 day
17 Dec 2020 - Rescue At Height 1 day
14 Jan 2021 - Rescue At Height 1 day
11 Feb 2021 - Rescue At Height 1 day
11 Mar 2021 - Rescue At Height 1 day
15 Apr 2021 - Rescue At Height 1 day
13 May 2021 - Rescue At Height 1 day
17 Jun 2021 - Rescue At Height 1 day

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