A standalone course, or a course that can be ‘bolted’ onto the ARTS Level 1. The course focuses on safe access and egress to and from areas of height within the theatre and entertainment environment including lighting booms, trusses, grids and suspended scenery. Equally important is the ability to rescue a fallen or injured work colleague from these areas, a skill that this course will provide you with, not only training in the rescue of fallen technicians, but also those who can become incapacitated on work platforms such as fly floors and follow spots.
Price per Person: £360.00 + VAT (£250.00 if completed Level 1)
Length: 3 days (2 days if completed Level 1)
Trainer to Delegate Ratio: 1:6
Certificate Validity: 2 years
To provide individuals working in the specific area of theatre and stage with the theoretical knowledge and practical skills to work safely at height, as well as providing the individual with the ability to rescue fellow technicians from height.
The course is best suited for delivery on site allowing for the variety of working at height challenges generated by different theatres/shows. Alternatively, training can be delivered at the Guardian training Centre in Kent.
The course is designed to enable delegates to understand and explain:
All personnel participating in Safety Training shall be medically fit and capable of fully participating. Delegates will be required to sign a statement stating that they are medically fit to participate in safety training and that they do not suffer from any medical illness or are under the influence of any narcotic substance or alcohol.
Health and safety at work Act, Work at Height Regs 2005, PUWER, LOLER
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