Work At Height Course For Assessors


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About the course

8 SDU points awarded. SDF: Customers are required to apply and claim SDF directly from WDA. Please refer to below website for information on funding amount and more. 

SDF course code :CRS N 0028771

Course Content

Identify, explain and apply the relevant Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Legislations / Approved Code of Practice / Singapore Standards applicable to Work at Heights (WAH)

Identify and explain the roles & responsibilities of a WAH Assessor

Identify hazards, evaluate the risk, and implement control measures for WAH activities

Evaluate the adequacy and effectiveness of Fall Prevention Plan.

Evaluate whether the control measures implemented on site for PTW are adequate and effective

Evaluate whether the control measures implemented on site for PTW are adequate and effective

Entry Requirements

Attended and passed any MOM/WDA Accredited/Approved safety related supervisor course..

Please email us the safety related supervisor course cert copy of the participant, once you have submitted your online registration, so that we can send you the course confirmation at the earliest

Only participants with a minimum of 100% attendance on training hours will be allowed to sit for the examination. 

Assumed Skills and Knowledge:

Employability Skills System (ESS) Workplace Literacy and Numeracy (WPLN) Level 5 and above, or equivalent

Ability to carry out hazards identification, risk assessment, and risk control measures.

Trainees are required to read the below mentioned materials before attending the WAH course for Assessors. Trainees must also print out the supplementary course materials and bring along to the class: (Refer brochures attached).The supplement reading is criteria and important for the learner to read prior to the class. 

1.ACOP 2013

2.WSH (WAH) Regulations 2013

3.WSH Guidelines for Anchorage, Lifelines & Temp Edge Protection Systems

4.WSH Guidelines for Ladders

5.WSH Guidelines for PPE for WAH

6.WSH Guidelines for Working Safely on Roofs

7. Safety Analysis & Recommendation Report on Work at Height

The learner should be familiar with PTW Permit To Work and prepare a (PTW) prior to the course start date and bring the PTW on the course date for small group discussion purpose. The PTW can be taken from the sample in the Code of Practice for working safely at Heights or from an actual PTW implemented at the participant’s workplace or any other workplaces.

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