Height Safety Demonstrator

  • Training focuses on equipping the student with the knowledge and skills to be able to demonstrate safe practice and use of specified equipment or techniques to fellow company employees (as per The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations’ requirements and Work at Heights Regulations 2005). Teaching students: to arrange in-house practice sessions for company employees; the importance of documentation and good record keeping; organisation and group control; how to identify the various risks and hazards involved with this type of activity; how to identify and target essential training needs.

    Attendees will be equipped with the skills to deliver maintenance of skills training on specified equipment. The equipment specified can be tailored to meet your particular requirements.

    Note: all students will be capable of delivering practice sessions using a mannequin. Demonstrators will not be competent to deliver rescue sessions using a live person.

    Course ID:  HS9
    Ratio: 6 students to 1 instructor
    Duration: 2 days


  • Trainer demonstrating fall protection equipment and techniques


    Those attending must have successfully completed a HS2 Height Safety level 2 or equivalent basic working at height & rescue course and be medically fit with a head for heights.

    Who Should Attend

    People responsible for carrying out skills maintenance and arranging practice sessions for their employer.

    Course Objectives & Content

    • Legislation - general requirements for working at height rescue
    • The dangers of working at height and safe systems of work
    • Group control and organisation
    • Assessment of prior learning
    • Creation of structured practice sessions
    • The importance of feedback and good coaching skills
    • Venue selection and risk assessment
    • Forms and paperwork
    • Equipment inspection, care and maintenance procedures
    • Anchors and anchor point selection
    • Rescue and evacuation using 3M™ DBI-SALA® Rollgliss™ R550
    • Rescue using 3M™ DBI-SALA® Rollgliss™ R250
    • Evacuation from a wind turbine


    All delegates will receive a certificate valid for 2 years, after which a refresher training will be necessary. Recertification will consist of one-day practical assessment, which needs to be completed before certificate expiry, 3M will notify you when your certificate is due for renewal. The successful candidate must complete a minimum of 3 practice sessions per year to remain in date.


    • Health and safety at work act 1974
    • Working at height regulations 2005
    • BS 8437 COP for the selection, use and maintenance of fall protection systems and equipment for use in the work place
    • BS 8454 COP for delivery of training and education for work at height and rescue


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