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Course Overview

This course comes with accreditation from NATE (National Association of Tower Erectors) and it delivers foundational training for technicians who work at height within the telecom industry and who need to gain a command of the issues surrounding access to telecom-related structures using personal fall protection and fall rescue equipment.  During the course, students are taught the dangers related to work-at-height on a telecom structure.  They are provided with the knowledge to recognize and control job site hazards and to implement safe access and basic rescue techniques.  This training for Telecom Work-at-Height Rescue has been approved by the National Association of Tower Erectors (NATE) and covers Type 1 and 3 of the four types of rescue defined by the Work at Height Safety Association (WAHSA).  We will be able to tailor-made a specific access/egress method including rescue to site site-specific/job-specific conditions for your operations.

Target Audience

Tower climber / telco maintenance worker / tower erector

Assumed Skills & Knowledge

  • Participants attending this course shall meet & fulfil the following;
  • Work at height course for worker or higher
  • Recommended Workplace, Literacy and Numeracy (WPLN) level 2 and above;
  • Physically fit

Course Duration

1 day – 10hrs (including assessment 1hr)

Class Ratio

1 Facilitator to 8 Learners (min 4 to start)

Assessment Method

  • Theory Test (MCQ) – 20 questions
  • Continual assessment by trainer

Delivery Method

  • Classroom delivery – theory
  • Practical delivery – hands on

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