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Anchorage Guide for Work At Height

There are many types of fall arrest anchorage equipment including chemical, expansion, ground, temporary and permanent, but which one would you choose and on what basis would you make that choice?...

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Why You Need To Tether Your Tools

More and more it’s becoming common for those who work on scaffolding and other working at height applications to tether their tools with lanyards. For example, where line workers used to simply...

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Connectors: The No. 1 Mistake

All too often Leading Edge trainers visit work sites only to find people working at height making the same mistake again and again. Is it a minor mistake? No! It is one that would be catastrophic if...

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Assessing The Risk of Work At Height

The working at height regulations 2005 dictate that business owners shall ensure the safety of their workers through the proper implementation of plans designed to reduce the risk of personal injury...

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What 'Work At Height' Means

There is a requirement under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 for employers and the self employed to take ‘reasonably practicable” precautions in various areas to safeguard themselves,...

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Managing Work At Height

The subject of managing work at height can be frightening, exhaustive and create problems that would intimidate even the most stalwart manager. Here are some practical ideas that should help...

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Harness Safety Training

Training is not just about ‘Generic Principles’, it’s about improving site safety, awareness and productivity through workplace, trade and job specific guidance. WHY SHOULD YOU BE...

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