About this Course

Course Description:

This course covers the requirements for those who are required to work at heights in the Resources and Infrastructure Industries.

Successfully completing this course will allow you to inspect, fit and use height safety equipment whilst working at heights.


Public courses run at Kallibr Training locations in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne.

Private training can be organised and conducted onsite if the following training and assessment requirements are met:

  • A room with access to power, a blank wall for presentation, a projector screen or a large TV, table/s and chairs.
  • Access to a safe and controlled height to perform work safely at heights practical activities.

Course Outline

  • Available at Ingleburn, Salisbury, Melbourne
  • Onsite training available
  • Nationally recognised
  • Group discounts available
  • Online booking available

Course Outcomes

Learning Outcome

On completion of the course, participants will have gained the following skills and knowledge in:

  • Legislative Requirements: WHS, Australian Standards and Codes of Practice
  • Planning to work at Heights: Hazard management and consultation
  • Following Procedures: Equipment Inspections, reporting and manufacturer’s instructions
  • Working at Height: access, egress, height safety equipment use.
  • Conclude Work: Clean up, inspection, storage and reporting


A nationally recognised Statement of Attainment in RIIWHS204D Work safely at heights.

Further Information

When is fall protection required?

A worker must have fall protection if there is a falling hazard which could result in injury or death

How often are you required to inspect height safety equipment?

The requirements for the maintenance of height safety equipment are covered in the Australian and New Zealand Standard AS/NZS1891.4 2009 which requires that harnesses, lanyards, connectors and fall arrest devices, ropes, slings, and attachment devices be inspected by a competent person before and after each use.

The Standard also advises that detailed inspections should be conducted by a height safety inspector every six months for most items. But items that are used and stored under harsh conditions need to be inspected more frequently. All inspections except those by the operator are to be documented. Equipment should be inspected both visually and by physical examination and where possible the items should be opened and inspected to ensure that the internal components are also in good condition.

Important Information

If a participant withdraws from a qualification/unit, with less than seven (7) business days notice prior to commencement, Kallibr Training reserves the right to retain the 30% administration booking fee.

No refund will be provided within two (2) business days prior to commencement. No refund will be permitted after course commencement or if a participant fails to attend on the scheduled commencement date.

What to Expect

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