Professional Trainings
 
Introduction
DOSH has promulgated the Guidelines for the Prevention of Falls at Workplaces, which is to provide guidance on the recommended safety measures, for work at height activities. This is also to enable the employers or self-employed persons to discharge their statutory duties, as stipulated under the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994. In anticipation of the industries need to prepare for the work at height (WAH) safety programme, Max Paragon has taken the initiative of formulating various WAH safety training modules including consultancy services.
 
 
Work at Height (WAH) Safety Courses and Aim
WAH (Awareness)
To create safety awareness for all levels of management, staff and workers who need to plan and conduct work at height activities.
     
 
WAH (Basic Safety - Level 1)
It is a competency course for individuals, who have to work at height, within conventional engineered means of access and work-platforms.
     
 
WAH (Advanced Safety - Level 2)
It is a competency course for individuals, who need to work at height, where the conventional engineered means of access and work-platforms are restricted or absent.
     
 
WAH (Supervisor)
The course is to enable potential supervisors to plan and supervise the work at height safe work procedure for the work team.
     
 
WAH (Aerial Rescue)
The course is designed to enable the Emergency Rescue Team (ERT) members to conduct the at-site aerial rescue, that is within the scope of their tasks.
 
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• WORK AT HEIGHT (WAH) SAFETY COURSES
         
   
 
 
 
• Selection, use and Maintenance of General Personal Protective Equipment Course