Height Safety Courses

1. WORKING AT HEIGHTS – BASIC – 1 DAY (NZQA UNIT 23229)

LENGTH: 8 Hours
TIME: 7:30 am – 3:30 pm
FEES: $250 + GST per Trainee

2. WORKING AT HEIGHTS – ADVANCED – 2 DAYS (NZQA UNITS 23229 | 15757 | 17600)

LENGTH: 16 Hours
TIME: 7:30 am – 3:30 pm
FEES: $450 + GST per Trainee

3. WORKING AT HEIGHTS REFRESHER – 1 DAY (NZQA UNITS 23229 | 15757 | 17600)

LENGTH 8 Hours
TIME 7:30 am – 3:30 pm
FEES $230 + GST per Trainee

4. WORKING AT HEIGHTS – 1 DAY (NZQA UNIT 17600 | 25045)

LENGTH 8 Hours
TIME 7:30 am – 3:30 pm
FEES $230 + GST per Trainee

Course overview:

  • Height Safety trainees undertaking this training will gain knowledge to enable them to work safely at height.
  • The working at height training comprises of both theory and practical activities. The height safety training course will cover requirements under the Health and Safety in Employment (HSE) Act 1992 and HSE Regulations 1995 and Best Practice Guidelines for Working at Height.
  • ACT Safety Ltd pride themselves in being able to provide height safety training to ensure competency for people to work at height safely.

Working at Heights NZQA unit standards

  • NZQA 23229 Use a safety harness for personal fall prevention when working at height (prerequisite for 15757 and 17600)  Level 3 Credits 4
  • NZQA 15757 Use, install, and disestablish proprietary fall arrest systems when working at height Level 3 Credits 4
  • NZQA 17600 Explain safe work practices for working at heights Level 3 Credits 3
  • NZQA 25045 Employ height safety equipment in the workplace Level 3 Credits 4

 

Key learning outcomes NZQA 23229 (as per unit standard):

  • Identifying hazards associated with the wearing of a safety harness and associated equipment while working at height.
  • Identifying the different parts of a safety harness and how to check for faults associated with a harness and associated equipment for people who want to work at height.
  • Fitting a height safety harness in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions
  • Using a safety harness where a fall hazard exists at height
  • Implementing a rescue plan in the event of a fall from height.
   

Key learning outcomes of height safety course (NZQA 15757)

  • Identifying anchor points and prepare to install a proprietary fall arrest systems for safety at height
  • Installing horizontal and vertical temporary proprietary fall arrest systems while working at height
  • Using proprietary fall arrest systems
  • Disestablishing proprietary fall arrest systems

 

Key learning outcomes of height safety training (NZQA 17600)

  • Explaining the legislative requirements associated with working at heights
  • Explaining the systems suitable for working at heights

 

Key learning outcomes of height safety training (NZQA 25045)

  • Identify the common types of height safety equipment employed on height work in the workplace
  • Identify suitable height work equipment
  • Identify suitable anchor points for fall and arrest systems
  • Employ height safety equipment in a workplace environment
  • Plan rescue techniques and emergency procedures for working at height in the workplace

Working at height refresher information:

To remain compliant with Health & Safety legislation and industry ‘good practice’ guidelines, trainees are generally required to refresh their heights unit standards training every 2 years.  On successful completion of the course the trainee’s wallet card will be updated and reissued with a new refresher date for the heights unit standards they hold. (Please note that unit standards are not awarded or uploaded to NZQA on refresher training as attendees can only refresh units they already hold). 


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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


After joining a height safety course at ACT Safety Ltd and pass the assessment, you will get working at height certificate.

Your Work at Heights Safely certificate does not have an expiry date. However, it is important to note the Working at Heights Association (WAHA) and other industry bodies recommend that this training be refreshed every 2 years.



This height safety course is designed for people who need to use proprietary fall arrest systems, safety harness for personal fall prevention for safe access to complete tasks when they working at height

Typical personal protection equipment (PPE) for working at height can include work restraint systems, fall arrest systems, and horizontal lifelines, eg lanyard, anchor and hook. … In this situation, PPE is used to prevent workers from reaching hazardous areas, such as open edges.