The Access Techniques PPE Inspection course is designed specifically for persons who are responsible for selecting, managing and inspecting PPE for Work at Height. This could be rope access supervisors, safety supervisors and those responsible for worksites or stores. The course covers the selection, care, maintenance, storage and disposal of PPE equipment, as well as the requirements for company policies under the LOLER, WAH and PPE regulations.
Duration 2 days
Venue Access Techniques Ltd, Edmund Road, Sheffield, S2 4EE
Cost £380 + VAT
Role of the competent person
Relevant legislation: LOLER, PPE, WAH etc
Equipment inspection techniques
Inspection record keeping procedures
Viewing of destructive tests on PPE on our pull tester
Included in the course
- Access Techniques Training manual
- All equipment is provided
This is a bespoke course that can be arranged to suit your availability. Please contact Access Techniques on 0114 2737398 or email email@example.com to make your booking. When a course is already scheduled, this will be available for you to book directly through the website.
The course assessment includes a written test and practical assessment by Access Techniques.
Following a successful assessment, a certificate of competence will be issued. This certificate will be provided in PDF form and will contain a photograph of the candidate.
Certification is valid for three years from the date of assessment.
Candidates must be a minimum of 18 years of age.
Candidates should have some practical experience in the use of Work at Height PPE.
Why train with Access Techniques
Access Techniques is located in the heart of the city, just 200 yds from the A61 ring road and less than 10 mins walk from Sheffield rail station.
Our training centre is in a Grade II listed Victorian Barracks, where the 14m high Drill Hall provides an excellent all-weather training area on beautiful arched steelwork; a scale version of that used in G-MEX and St. Pancras.
Trainees are assured of training within realistic situations and genuine exposure to confined space.