Working at height training for operators and managers

HLS provide a full range of training for both operators and managers dealing with working at height, as well as IPAF operator training for MEWPs.

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HLS offer working at height training for operatives and managers

HLS IPAF operator training 3b mobile boom lifts

Work at height training

There are two main types of training for working at height that we offer here at HLS:

Operator Training
 (Download the IPAF Operator Course Guide) 
Training the people who are actually working at height to use the equipment they have. We offer IPAF for MEWPs and even bespoke training tailored to your company
Manager / Supervisor Training
 (Download the IPAF Mewps for Managers Course Guide)
The IPAF MEWPs for Managers course helps managers with responsibility for working at height to understand their obligations and how best to keep operators safe. If the IPAF training isn't quite right we can work with you to create a syllabus that fits your requirements
HLS IPAF operator training 3a - scissor lifts

IPAF and in-house Operator Training

Whether you need IPAF training for MEWPs or even a course designed specifically for your needs we can help. Our IPAF certified trainers cover the whole of the UK and Ireland and will train operators at your site, using your equipment. That way they get used to working with their own equipment and in their own enviornment.

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IPAF MEWPs for Managers Training

The IPAF MEWPs for Managers course is a one-day course designed to help managers with responsibility for working at height to understand their obligations, and how they can help to ensure the safety of operators. The course covers relevant legislation, as well as looking at how to determine what work at height equipment is most appropriate for the task.

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Rachel

HLS work at height expert and training lead

“The benefits of having a well-trained workforce using the most appropriate access equipment are huge: improved safety, and increased productivity being just two. Good training can also reduce damage to equipment, and reduce the need for costly repairs. And we do training at any time - night-shifts or weekends? No problem!"

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Rachel - Work at height training lead
"Employers must ensure that all persons who use work equipment have received adequate training for the purposes of health and safety, including training in the methods which may be adopted when using work equipment, and risks which such use may entail and the precautions to be taken. (PUWER regulation 9). There is a similar duty to ensure adequate training in relation to supervisory and managerial staff."

Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER)

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