Those who are working at height elevations such as tele-mast, steel fixers, scaffolders, riggers, inspectors and others.
To provide an understanding of legal requirements and standards for working at heights, hazards associated with working at height, review of fatal accidents, safe system of work, fall protection requirements and techniques, fall protection equipment, personal protective equipment.
Upon successful completion of the course the attendee will be able to
- Hazards associated with work at height.
- Heat related hazards.
- Medical fitness requirement for working at height.
- Proper planning and supervision.
- Safe systems of working at heights.
- Personal protective equipment.
- How & where to use full body harness.
- Fall arrestors and their usage.
- How & where to use life lines.
- Fall protection techniques.
- Hazard identification (associated with working at height).
- Control measures.
- Buddy System.
- Recovery measures and emergency response in case of accident.
Those who are working on construction projects and using the fall protection methods viz. travel restraint systems, fall restricting systems, fall arrest systems, safety nets and work belts or safety belts. Participants to have a
general knowledge and experience on working at Heights.
To provide training to refresh and increase staff confidence in working at heights and rescue situations.
Upon successful completion of this course the attendee will be able to:
- Understand the Principles of First Aid
- Recognise an Emergency;
- Find out what’s wrong; Vital signs
- Perform adult rescue for Breathing / Choking and CPR
- Treat bleeding and shock
- Apply wounds dressing and bandages
- Administer burns
- Deal with sudden illnesses
- Splint the extremities
- Deal with poisoning, Bites, stings and heat-related emergencies
- Use appropriate techniques for rescuing and moving victims
This programme is designed for all emergency response personnel involved with technical rescue incident response, and is designed to meet the training requirements of NFPA 1006 Chapters 5 (5.1/5.2), “Job Performance Requirements (JPR)” (2017).
Aim & Objectives
The aims of this course is to provide delegates with the skills and knowledge required to perform basic rope rescue operations utilizing appropriate equipment, methodologies, protocols, and patient and resource management techniques.
The course covers Chapter 6, “Rope Rescue” of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1006, Standard For Technical Rescuer Professional Qualifications (2013 edition), including the area of multipoint anchors, rappelling systems, and ascending systems.
To successfully complete this course, delegates must be able to:
- Size Up; Site Operation
- Rescue Equipment & Maintenance
- Knot Tying
- Medical consideration in search and rescue operations
- Patient Packaging
- Anchor Systems
- Belay Systems; Lowering Systems
- Lowering System Exercises
- Hauling Systems
- Low Angle Rescue
- Rappelling Systems; Ascending Systems