Safe Approach Distances (SADS) Course
Communication, Teamwork, Thinking
Average completion time
Embark on a journey to become proficient in ensuring safety measures while working with Elevated Work Platforms (EWPs). Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned EWP operator, this comprehensive course is designed to hone your skills in understanding and maintaining Safe Approach Distances (SADs), fostering a safer work environment for everyone involved.
In today’s fast-paced industrial landscape, ensuring safety while working at heights has never been more important. It is incumbent upon every team member, regardless of their role, to acquire the knowledge necessary to operate safely and respond effectively in emergency scenarios.
Upon completion of this course, participants will have a deep understanding of the recommended safe approach distances when utilising EWPs. They will be trained to react promptly and efficiently during rescue and escape situations, potentially saving lives and reducing the risks of severe injuries.
Key learning outcomes include:
- Understanding the principles behind Safe Approach Distances (SADs).
- Recognising potential hazards and learning how to avoid them.
- Acquiring skills in EWP rescue and escape procedures.
- Practical knowledge application through real-life case studies and scenarios.
Who Should Attend?
This course is open to a diverse audience, encompassing everyone from novices to seasoned professionals in industries that involve working at heights. Whether you are looking to upskill, address skill gaps, or foster a culture of safety within your organisation, this course will be a cornerstone in achieving these objectives.
Individuals keen on adopting safety measures as a personal responsibility and organisations aspiring to elevate their safety standards are encouraged to enrol.
We invite you to take a step towards a safer and more secure working environment. Leverage this opportunity to upskill at no cost and build a foundation of safety and preparedness in EWP operations. Register for the “Safe Approach Distances (SADs)” course today and contribute to creating a culture that prioritises safety above all.