Fall Arrest Training

Fall Arrest Course Outline

This course will give you skills and knowledge to work safely at height outside of protected areas. You will gain the knowledge to use the right fall arrest set up to keep you safe in a range of working situations.

MEETS WORKPLACE NZ (FORMALLY DOL)
BEST PRACTICE GUIDELINES FOR WORKING AT HEIGHTS

Training Includes:

  • Wearing and adjusting a harness
  • Instruction in the correct installation and use of connectors, lanyards, knots and ropes
  • Inspection and logging fall arrest equipment
  • Planning and carrying out successful rescues

NZQA Unit Standards

Unit Standards in this course includes:

  • US15757 Emply fall arrest systems on building and constructions sites. Minimum requirement for working at heights – WorkSafe NZ Best Practice Guidelines
  • US 17600 Explain safe work practices for working at heights
  • US 23229 Use a safety harness for fall prevention when working at height in a construction or related context
  • US 25045 Employ height safety equipment in the workplace

Course Requirements

Duration:

Two days including assessment

Refresher:

One day refresher courses are recommended every two years to update on changes to legislation and fall arrest techniques at work.

Cost:

Unit standards covered: 15757, 17600 & 23229

2-Day Course: $507 +GST

1-Day Refresher Course: $357 +GST

Venue:

Courses are delivered nationally on-site or at one of our specialist training facilities.

What to Bring:

You will need your Passport or Birth Certificate and PPE (Helmet, Harness, Hi Visibility, Steel caps etc what you normally wear at work) or we can supply most gear.

Training in conjunction with Tai Poutini Polytechnic

Training in conjunction with Tai Poutini Polytechnic | Goleman

Disclaimer

Who enrols the learners:

Students are enrolled with TPP

Who will assess the learners:

A Goleman Trainer, appointed by TPP, delivers and assesses the training

Who reports credits to NZQA:

Assessment results are sent to TPP to report credits to NZQA