Safe Work at Heights (SWAH)

The Safe Work at Heights course provides insight into the dangers that workers face when working at height. Often, workers are faced with working at height during their jobs. Employment regulations clearly state that this must be done safely. During this course, students will learn how to properly use a variety of fall arrest resources, such as harnesses, lines, lanyards and industrial fall arresters. The course covers, in detail, how these resources should be used in lifts, ladder trucks, and with a roof set, as used by fire services.

Contact hours

4 hours


Minimum age: 18.

Qualification valid for

3 years


Safe Work at Heights (SWAH)

Recerted by

Safe Work at Heights (SWAH)
Co-Worker Rescue at Heights (CWRH)
Rope Access for Emergency Responders (RAFER)
Rope Rescue Operator (RRO)
Rope Rescue Technician (RRT)
Rope Rescue Specialist (RRS)
Wind Turbine Operator (WTO)
Wind Turbine Access for Emergency Responders (WTAFER)
Tower Safety, Climbing, & Rescue (TWR)

Taught by

Safe Work at Heights Tutor (SWAHT)
Co-Worker Rescue at Heights Instructor (CWRHI)
Rope Access for Emergency Responders Instructor (RAFERI)
Rope Rescue Operator Instructor (RROI)
Rope Rescue Technician Instructor (RRTI)
Rope Rescue Specialist Instructor (RRSI)
Rope Rescue Instructor Trainer (RR-IT)