Lloyds British International are global experts in providing access training from work at height awareness to rope access training
Our Industrial Training Institute is globally recognised for being a leading provider of Access Training
Lloyds British International are the leading global provider of access training. We work with some of largest and most reputable oil and gas corporations across the globe to look after all their access training . Right the way through from our working at height training course to rope access training, Lloyds British International’s certified access training courses have a worldwide reputation for quality and excellence.
Safe and certified working at height equipment, such as a harness, are only ever as good as its operators. That’s why it’s good to know that, with our access training courses, the skills and competency of your employees will always come up to internationally recognised standards.
Training for any organisation or individual involved with using working at height equipment can only be seen as an ongoing investment in your people and the workplace, furthermore with our refresher courses it ensures that everyone keeps up-to-date with ever-changing legislation and safe working practices.
Our world-class Access Training Courses and training programmes are available in-house or on location.
Our Access Training Courses
Working At Height Training
By the course end, delegates will be conversant with the safe working practices as per the 2006 Regulations and
fall arrest when working at height as per British Standards
Access Platforms (MEWPS)
To teach the operator to prepare, safely operate and maintain this type of plant. On completion of the one day course, the operator will know: ,Their statutory duties under the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 ,The machine identification, terminology and daily maintenance ,The safety aspects relating to the usage of this type of plant ,The operational disciplines relating to the usage of this type of plant
- LOLER help
What is LOLER 1998? A common question that is often over complicated, this post gives a brief but insightful interview into LOLER 1998 leaving the complexities behind.
This guide provides information about the legal requirements of the Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER Legislation) which came into force on 5 December 1998. It gives a general indication of some of the main requirements of the Regulations. However, it is important that you refer to the Regulations and accompanying Approved Code of Practice to familiarise yourself fully with your duties.