Safety Harness Training
When working at a height, a harness is often required. But merely wearing a harness is not enough; you must know how to use it. That is why we offer training courses to ensure that employees can work safely at a height by protecting them against a serious fall. We teach harness wearers in one part of the day about the risks, the requirements and the right way to wear and secure a harness. The legal provisions and possible, dangerous incidents are also explained.
Who needs harness training?
This certificate is indispensable for anyone who goes to work at a height. Operators of aerial work platforms, people on scaffolding or, for example, builders of decors. Participation in the training does not require specific prior education.
In one half day we cover:
- Health and safety legislation and legal provisions
- Practical instruction and the right way to wear a harness
- Personal protection equipment
- Risks and warnings
- Dangerous incidents
Duration of the training and exams
The training takes half a day. In addition to theory, we provide practical instructions for the correct use of the harnesses. After successful completion of the course, the participant receives an internationally recognized certificate. The obtained IPAF harness certificate is personal and valid for five years.
Dates and location are determined in consultation.
Signing up for training
The Doornbos Training Centre provides training on location and in groups in Amsterdam and Rotterdam and is affiliated with Doornbos Equipment. We direct our courses to the rented equipment. This leads to maximum applicability and therefore higher safety.
We not only focus on the correct use of the machines, but also on the most sustainable use of the machines. This gives a noticeable difference in emissions and costs. All our courses are certified nationally and/or internationally.
''Whether you operate a boom lift, work on scaffolding, or construct props, with the safety harness training course you will be confident that you work safely at height.''