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Working Platform (Non Integrated)  Fork Lift Trucks

The Health and Safety at Work  Act 1974 (the HSW Act) places duties on employers and people who have control of premises to ensure the safety of their employees and others who may be affected by their work activities. A risk assessment of any work at height must be carried out under the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999. The assessment must identify the measures to comply with all relevant legislation applicable to the intended work at height.

 

Working at Heights Regulations

These Regulations came into force in April 2005. They require all work at height to be properly planned and organised and the risks controlled. This includes the selection and use of appropriate work equipment for work at height. The Regulations maintain existing standards with regard to the control of work at height and reiterate the provisions of PUWER and LOLER

Our Training

Our training is designed in a format of both theory and practical training delivered on your premises. Our prices are very competitive. We can provide our training to any company that requires it all over South Wales.

For further information or advice please do not hesitate to call us.