Working with Steps & Step Stools Course
Steps and step stools are often used in shops, offices, schools and hospitals. They offer a quick ‘step up’ for anyone wanting to pick stock or do the filing; the lack of height or the simplicity of the steps does not, however, mean there are no risks involved.
Accidents leading to twisted ankles or broken wrists are common at low heights which is why training should be provided for anyone who uses these products in the workplace.
Below is information for our Steps & Step Stools Course:
Who is the course for?
For those who are infrequent users of stepladders and step stools in shops, offices, schools and the health sector
Delegates will be taught when it is appropriate to use a stepladder or step stool; guidance on safe use, storage and potential hazards as well as laws and standards relating stepladders and step stools
A minimum of 2.5 hours
Up to 8 delegates for each course
The course can be taken at our training centre in Bletchley, Milton Keynes (just off the M1 junction 14); alternatively many of our courses are delivered onsite (reducing workday disruption, specifically for large groups)
Successful delegates will receive a nationally recognised certificate and PhotoCard which is valid for 5 years
To book a course, or to simply discuss your requirements, please contact our Training Manager on 01908 641118 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org