Working at Heights

By: I Want That Mining Course  02-Jul-2012
Keywords: Mining Courses, Mining Course, Courses to Get Into The Mines,

Course Description This Training Course covers risk assessment, selection and correct use of equipment installation of anchors, fall restraint, work positioning and fall arrest systems and includes a practical training component which will assist you to develop your work method and risk assessment for working at heights. Who should attend: The course is relevant to those who work at heights and use safety harnesses and fall arrest equipment or those that are required to supervise others that work at heights. One Day Course for $250. Please contact I Want That Mining Course on 1300 11 2468 for course locations and dates.

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