Work Safely at Heights
This training package is provided to give workers and the people over seeing work the knowledge and understanding of what constitutes Height related work.
This nationally accredited height safety training course is designed for persons who are required to work at height and will develop skills to select height safety equipment and how to apply it to their specific tasks.
Our height safety training covers how to work in accordance with Height Safety Regulations, Australian Standards and relevant Codes of Practice including where to find the relevant information for review and the use of fall prevention and protection, ladder safety and more.
Participants are exposed to the understanding of risk assessment procedures and instruction / authorisation to work at height. Training participants also undergo practical instruction in the correct use of typical height safety equipment as part of the training.
8 hours (1 full day) – includes assessment,
Assessment is competency based.
The student’s performance is assessed on satisfactory completion of the required assignments and workshops (in- class assessment activities).
One-on-one support is available throughout the duration of the course.
Dependant on the level of support required prior organisation will be necessary.
This program is ONLY available through:
A face-to-face session requiring the completion of 2 main assessment activities:
Part A: Knowledge Questioning (Written & Verbal)
Part B: Skills Structured Activity (Practical Demonstration)
Both of which will be completed on the day of training.
Minimum entry requirements
There are Language, Literacy & Numeracy (LLN) requirements for this training which include:
Language: The ability to clearly communicate with other workers in a Confined Space team both verbally and in writing.
Literacy: The ability to read and interpret an atmospheric monitor and then communicate the conclusions as being safe/ not safe and to determine the required actions. Writing is required to the level of completing required workplace reports/forms.
Numeracy: ability to calculate working times, and exposure times where an exposure stand is applicable.
Specific course requirements
Enclosed shoes and neat casual or work clothing is essential.
The practical session can be viewed as physically challenging, so a certain level of fitness is required
Participants are required to physically enter a confined space on the day of training
Work at heights training –
(RIIWHS204E) – Work safely at heights
Statement of Attainment, Electronic version (upon successful completion).
Wallet card (Ordered prior to training or on the day if required, $25 charge with order for wallet card)
Course Information learner guide.
Writing materials and all PPE required to undertake the practical exercises for assessment.
Learning Outcomes (Key Elements):
Identify work requirements
Identify work procedures and instructions
Access and install equipment
Perform work at heights
Clean up work area
These elements include interpret and apply height safety procedures, determine layout and physical condition, condition of structures, prevailing weather conditions, equipment requirements and potential hazards, Adhere to WHS requirements, Identify, manage and report potential risks and hazards, authorised personnel, Inspect/install fall protection, recommended methods to access
On successful enrolment students will receive confirmation of their booking via email including venue and time of training details.
Course fees are $300.00 GST inclusive at out location. Prices for site-based training will be quoted with regard to location and group size.
To be paid in full prior to the issue of certificates via instructions on invoice or online enrolment,
Payment arrangement can be organised prior to booking.