Working at height: training and teachingfrom
Dates: all year round
Prorock Mountain Guides' experience in training and consultancy to ensure safety in the field of work at heights and in the mountain region.
The work of ProRock's mountain guides also extends to the world of work, both in the tourism sector (ski resorts, adventure parks, recreational infrastructure) and in the construction/extraction sector (safety work at heights).
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- Vacation Style Holiday Type
- Work at Height Training and Teaching
- Activity Level Beginner
TRAINING FOR WORK AT HEIGHT
The specialised ProRock mountain guides are training subjects both within the rope access and positioning systems (natural, artificial sites and trees) as per Dlg 81/2008 (Annex XXI) both with regard to the use of protection systems against falls from a height also with reference to confined environments.
EQUIPMENT CLIMBING SITES AND VIA FERRATA ROUTES
ProRock's Alpine Guides have ALSI specialisation from the National College of Italian Alpine Guides for the setting up, design and management of sports climbing sites and via ferrata routes.
ADVENTURE PARKS AND PLAY EQUIPMENT AT HEIGHT
ProRock's mountain guides are qualified to train rope park service personnel as well as provide project advice on safety installations.
FOOTPATHS AND AREAS OF NATURAL INTEREST
ProRock Mountain Guides, in cooperation with their qualified partners, are able to offer advice on the design, survey and maintenance of trail networks, design and construction of thematic and educational trails, safety and signalling aids.
ProRock Mountain Guides carry out training and refresher courses for station personnel in the field of inline rescue of both fixed and self-supporting ropeways, as well as refresher courses in mountaineering support techniques and self-rescue/organised avalanche rescue, first-aid personnel (patrollers) operating in ski resorts.
Training, under Art. 116, is compulsorily of 32 hours for Work at Height workers, while for Fall Protection Systems regulated by Art. 115, training must be 'adequate and specific' for the use of the PPE adopted.
Article 107 defines work at height as work that exposes the worker to the risk of falling from a height of more than 2 m above a stable surface.
Art. 115 concerning the obligation to use IPR in the absence of PPCs.
Art. 77 para. 4 letter H and para. 5 on training obligations for the employer.
Article 116 defines the obligations of employers concerning the use of rope access and positioning systems.
The certificates will be issued by an accredited trainer according to the Conferenza Stato Regioni (D.Lgs.n.81/2008 Annex XXI).
EC Dir. 2000/9 Reference standard UNI EN 1909 recovery and rescue
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