Tower Climber & RescueBook Course
Tower Climber and Rescue training is a designed for people who access masts or towers to undertake maintenance, installation or inspection/survey works. The course will train participants to access protected areas. The course can also be tailored to train participants to access unprotected areas when undertaking routine maintenance works.
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- Group booking dates available on request, contact ARCH for details
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- Work at height theory
- Familiarisation with equipment
- Use of work equipment – practical climbing techniques
- Equipment pre-use inspection
- Equipment inspection
- Casualty care
- Hauling and Lowering Techniques
- Course assessment
Practical and written assessment
ARCH certificate valid for 3 years from assessment date. The Tower Rescue element is valid for one year and must be revalidated annually.
Cost for group bookings on request
Those attending work at height and rescue training should be medically fit to carry out the practical part of the course and free from medical contra-indications that may prevent them from working safely at height (A list of conditions that could affect work at height is available on request). Course participants will be required to self-certify their medical and physical fitness before commencement of the course.
Participants should be aged 18 years or over.
Training is delivered in Northern Ireland at Lisnaskea, Co. Fermanagh or Belfast training facilities. ARCH also delivers training at clients locations across Ireland, UK and international locations for group bookings on request. Contact ARCH office to discuss your requirements.
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