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Non Member $45.00 plust GST


Event Organising Body: 
Australian Institute of Health & Safety
Event Organiser: 
Australian Institute of Health & Safety
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AIHS, John Holland and Area9 Lyceum have entered a partnership to bring adaptive learning technology to the construction sector.
Building on its successful application of Area9 Lyceum’s adaptive learning platform Area9 RhapsodeTM, John Holland is offering several of its health and safety modules, modified to suit the sector, in a partnership with AIHS. These modules are designed to produce higher levels of competency, reduce time and support overall improvement in safety outcomes.



Working at/from Heights

Using the personalised teaching approach each learner will reach 100% competency on the following key learning objectives:

Working at/from Height planning

·       Understand the guidance materials relating to working from heights

·       Understand the roles of each person when working from height

·       Completing risk assessment and planning

·       Training requirements and frequency

·       Understand the hierarchy of control

Implementing working at/from height

·       Understand all the requirements for working with scaffold

·       Identify the hazards associated with scaffold

·       Responsibilities for mobile scaffolding


·       Understand the considerations when using MEWP

·       Emergency planning required when using MEWP

·       Understand emergency planning

·       Markings for trap doors and hatches

·       Use of ladders and correct selection


·       Use of fall arrest systems

·       Process in the event of emergency at height

·       Travel restraint systems

Working at/from height monitoring

·       Understand the frequency of Inspections and audits

Implementing working at/from heights

·       Process if there is a safety event

As you move into the Course Content, you will be directed to an evidence-based learning platform with a personalised approach that eliminates gaps in critical safety knowledge, which standard eLearning fails to achieve.