Rescue at Height and Evacuation Train the Trainer

Train the Trainer

Train the Trainer Rescue at Height and Evacuation

The Rescue at Height and Evacuation Train the Trainer course will help the trainer to develop an understanding of how to identify a safe anchorage to perform a rescue of a casualty suspended from a fall.

Learners will also be equipped with a range of teaching methods and trainer skills that will enhance the learner abilities as a trainer.

Upon completion of the training, the learner will be accredited to deliver in-house  rescue at height and evacuation training within their company.

Course Aims and Objectives

  • To train candidates in the skills and provide knowledge where required on how to rescue a casualty suspended at height from a fall.
  • Select the correct rescue at height kit in accordance with the health and safety regulations and British standards.
  • Inspect the rescue at height safety kit.

Course Content Day (1) AM

 Train the Trainer

  • Fundamentals for becoming a trainer
  • How to write and structure the training
  • Factors on developing your training skills
  • Effective training practices within the workplace

 Course Content day (1) PM

Course Syllabus Theory

  • Introduction to the relevant legislation
  • Planning for work at height
  • Identify a safe access and egress, and system of work at height for a rescue
  • Hazards and dangers whilst carrying out a rescue at height
  • The importance of a anchor point selection
  • The importance of inspection, care and maintenance of rescue equipment
  • The implications of being suspended in a harness and the importance of rescue provision when working at height.
  • Have a basic understanding of the different approaches to rescue and how the rescue kit fits into a hierarchy of options, example planning and the emergency services responsibility.
  • The importance of personal safety whilst carrying out rescue.
  • Post rescue care and handover to a competent first aider or the emergency services.
  • Identification of the components for the rescue kit the strengths and limitations when using a height safety rescue kit.
  • Ability to assess the situation and select the appropriate safe method of height safety recovery techniques.

Course Content Day (2) Demonstrate the skills required to train employees in the rescue and evacuation of a casualty who is suspended at height from a fall.

Practical Element

This part of the course will demonstrate to the operative  the following procedures when using the equipment as below. The operative will be required to participate in the full use of the equipment.

  • How to donn a safety harness correctly
  • Single fall arrest lanyards use and inspection
  • Fall arrest blocks
  • Select, pre-use inspect, set up and use a rescue system that is suitable for the task
  • Management of a casualty
  • Deployment of the rescue kit from a position of safety and attachment to a casualty.
  • Rescue a casualty suspended following a fall
  • Rescue a casualty who is incapacitated at height from sudden sickness or injury
  • Use of the rescue kit to lower a casualty to the ground.

Duration: 
2 Days
Certification: 
3 years, this course is accredited through Apple Group and can be used as evidence towards CPD (Continuous professional development)
Benefits:
By the end of the rescue at height and evacuation Train the Trainer training course delegates will have learned the skills necessary to teach others in your company, on the use of a height safety rescue kit.
Location: 
We can deliver the rescue at height and evacuation  training course at our training venue in Leeds West Yorkshire or onsite dependant on facility.

If you would like this training course onsite please contact us for more information.For a more detailed quote on cost, group bookings, individual open courses or rescue at height and inspection Train the Trainer course please contact us.

Apple Group Training aim to beat any equivalent quote.

So why do we have to provide evidence of training? the answer is because it is law, another reason is that your employer will require evidence of certification.