Building access courseProfessional construction access trainingConstruction access is referred to as all work carried out at height where classic technical means are used to access the work site. This includes, among others: scaffolding, lifts, landings, ladders. A type of construction access is also known as climbing on structural elements and structures, such as columns. Once at the work site, the equipment and skills are used for fall protection and positioning using supports or suspension. What skills can be gained by taking the course? During the courses, its participants will gain knowledge on, among other things: knowledge of the law relating to working at heights, organising work at heights, appropriate selection of protective measures and safeguards, safe movement on flat and pitched roofs. Who should undertake building access training? The course is aimed at people who are at risk of falling from a height when carrying out work. It can be attended not only by those already working in industries where height qualifications are required, but also by those who want to change jobs and gain new qualifications. The Building Access course is dedicated to those who work in areas such as: telecommunications, construction, Energy, wind farms, mining, roofing. Requirements In order to participate in the Building Access Training, you must meet the following requirements: be an adult, be in possession of a medical certificate stating that there are no health contraindications to working at heights, have at least a primary school education. Good physical fitness will also be an added advantage. Scope of training The training courses known as building access consist of both theoretical and practical classes. During the course, trainees learn, among other things, about the regulations on working at height, as well as the hazards that can occur during this type of occupation. They will also learn what factors can contribute to accidents and how to reduce their occurrence. In addition, the training course will systematise knowledge of the rights and obligations to be observed by employees. They will also learn about personal protective equipment, which includes work at heights equipment used to protect against risks to our health and life.On the construction course, those attending will also learn about belay points and different types of posts, and how they should be built using site conditions. In addition, they will gain practical knowledge of how to tie knots, which are used when working at height. In addition, the training course will teach students the basic principles of autoranging. They will be introduced to belaying methods and systems, as well as the equipment used for this purpose. By taking courses with our company, each student will not only gain knowledge that they will use in their future work, but also ensure greater safety for themselves and their colleagues. The course concludes with both practical and theoretical examinations. Detailed training programme Theoretical topics such as: material transport, tool transport, methods of working at heights, current regulations and standards relating to working at heights, rigging construction, fall protection system, working on sloping roofs with different pitches, safety when working on a flat roof, moving up ladders, moving around the masts, moving around structures. In the practical classes, course participants will become familiar with: proper movement on stepladders and extension ladders, moving around structures using safety lines or hooks, basic information on rescue, including: pre-medical aid, how to behave during visual shock and the technique for performing CPR correctly, workplace rescue methodology using an evacuation kit. Certificate After passing the exam, students receive a certificate confirming the skills they have acquired. In addition, each of them receives a certificate of passing the exam, which is issued in the form of a plastic card. Once the certificate has expired, you are invited to attend a refresher course. Refresher courses Refresher training keeps trainees up to date with the law and the techniques that are used in the various ways of working at heights, especially when returning to work after a long break or after their authorisation has expired. Relevant! Building access training does not replace safety trainingwhich is compulsory. The basic course is designed to give participants specialised knowledge of working at height using personal protective equipment. When a trainee starts in a position where they will be working at heights, our company offers the possibility to supplement building access training with initial health and safety training. This can be carried out together with basic height training. Each participant will receive a certificate attesting to its completion. When an employee is already employed and performing work at heights and when the deadline for periodic training is approaching, our company offers the possibility of taking such a course as well. It should take place at least once a year. We invite you to find out more about the courses our company offers.