Working at Heights

Workmen Working at Height Along Side Exhaust Shafts‘Working at Heights’ means work in any place (including access to or egress from that place) from which, if measures required by the Working at Height regulations were not taken, a person could fall a distance liable to cause personal injury. The management of working at heights is a core activity of Integral HSE. Our consultants have a vast experience of all forms of working at height from industrial roped offshore to stack emission monitoring here in the UK.

We have advised the Environment Agency on national guidance in relation to this subject and have trained the BBC’s outside broadcast units. We have designed control measures for film sets to shops which means we are able to give practical and simple advise from identifying the issues through to the design of comprehensive control measures.

We can offer a full range of working at height services based on our considerable industrial and recreational experience.

  • Risk Assessments
  • Auditing
  • Equipment election
  • Equipment inspection
  • Bespoke equipment design

Integral HSE can provide a wide range of training course including:

  • IOSH Accredited Working at Height Risk Assessment
  • Introduction to Working at Height
  • Fall Arrest Harness User Training
  • Work Restraining Harness User Training
  • Competent Harness System Inspection

IOSH Working at Height Course

Paul Ramsden of Integral HSE authored the IOSH Working at Height Course. It is an amalgamation of my considerable experience in this field with the latest legislative requirements. In many ways it is one of the best condensed sources of information about working at height currently available and should go some way towards addressing one of the workplace’s most pressing health and safety issues. Course can either be provided in-house at the clients premises or at our training facilities conveniently located in the East Midlands.