What goes up, must be safe

Workplace Training
February 10, 2017
Specialised training and tickets for working in confined spaces
March 9, 2017

Working Safely at Heights is an important ticket to have when you’re looking to work in the logistics, resources and infrastructure industries.

It’s very common to associate this ticket with working on building and construction sites where your job may include stepping up on ladders, roofs and scaffolding.

But there are also many other occupations such as painters, decorators and window cleaners where you could be at risk of falling from heights.

To comply with Work Health and Safety (WHS) Regulations and obtain a license to work in these professions, it is essential to undertake the appropriate training.

Failure to hold a current licence when working in such conditions can have you facing prosecution, a hefty WHS fine of up to $20,000 – or worse – serious or fatal workplace injuries.

Your safety is paramount, and if you don’t have the right training under your belt, it’s simply not worth the risk.

Fortunately, courses on Working Safely at Heights focus on fall prevention and are developed to ensure all workers take the necessary precautions to stay safe while carrying out their duties.

Elevated Training provides quality training to help you upskill and gain new qualifications in the industry or to renew licenses you’ve previously held.

Our one-day courses for Working Safely at Heights are useful, engaging and practical – and can have you walking out fully accredited for just $300.

We provide tailored solutions for all workplaces and individuals and we pride ourselves in being flexible so we can best cater to our students’ needs.

Elevated Training delivers a range of nationally recognised forklift and high-risk licenses as well as tickets for various other machinery.

For more information about getting your Working Safely at Heights, or if you’re interested in our other courses, give us a call on (07) 5524 5925 or check out our Courses page.

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