Training for safe and efficient working at height 

HLS can assist you choosing the correct course to suit your teams needs on any category at your site or one of our network of IPAF approved training providers fully equipped training centres across the UK. 
Browse the different types of courses available below or get in touch to discuss our bespoke training options.

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Click through below to read about the different types of training that we offer...

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IPAF MEWP Operator Training

International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) accredited training is valid for 5 years and conforms to the international standard ISO 18878.

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Fork Lift Truck Training

Fully accredited fork lift training for operators and instructors on all types of lift trucks. All experience levels are catered for.

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Self-propelled vertical lifts – commonly referred to as mast lifts, vertical lifts or personnel lifts – are working at height solutions that give straight up reach

IOSH Training

The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) is the world's leading professional body for people responsible for safety and health in the workplace.

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HLS mobile access equipment push around vertical lifts

General Work at Height Training

HLS offers a range of general work at courses which include theory and practical training.  We also offer "in house" MEWP operator training.

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HLS mobile access equipment manual and bespoke work at height platforms

Bespoke Work at Height Training

If you cannot see the course you are looking for in our other categories or you need something a little out of the ordinary, get in touch.  We can design individual courses, tool box talks or create a project plan when there are multiple needs.

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HLS mobile access equipment tracked boom lifts aka spider lifts

Managers and Supervisors Training & Resources

Operator training is now common and accepted but are your managers and supervisors up to speed on their role and responsibilities when it comes to your workforce and contractors working at height? You will also find some useful resources on this page relating to planning work at height.

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