Safety Harness Inspection Course
On this Kingfisher Harness Inspection course you will learn, via practical demonstrations and assessed practical exercises, how to carry out and correctly document detailed and interim inspections of common items of fall protection equipment, and how to set up an Inspection Regime in accordance with INDG367
Included and used in the course are a set of document templates that not only simplify the correct documentation of fall protection equipment inspections, but also allows you to "tag" inspected equipment, and to set up a "Fall Protection Equipment Inspection Regime" as recommended by the HSE in their guidance note INDG 367.
Who Should Attend
This course is for you if you need to plan, implement or supervise pre-use checks, and detailed periodic or interim inspections of fall protection equipment in your workplace.
How Many Per Course
Maximum 6 candidates.
- Aims & Objectives
- Requirements for inspection (regulations, standards & guidance)
- Inspection Regime – documentation
- Inspection – ‘How To’
- Common faults
- Theory test paper (pass/fail)
- Practical inspection exercise (pass/fail)
- Review & close
One day (typically 8.30am to 4.30pm)
Courses held at our training centres include free hot and cold drinks, a quality lunch and free parking. On this course, we supply all the harness equipment for the inspection exercises. You will also be provided with Inspection Regime and inspection record templates, together with inspection tags that can be used to set up and record a harness inspection regime in your workplace
Although this is a very ‘hands on’ course, all the activities are classroom-based, so no PPE is required
If successful, you will receive a Kingfisher certificate of competence and a photo ID card, both valid for 5 years
You must have attended either a Kingfisher Harness Foundation or an IPAF Harness course within the last five years. Specifically, you must be able to carry out a pre-use inspection of a full body harness and lanyard, and to correctly fit/adjust it.
This course is run in English, so you must be able to understand verbal instructions, and to read and understand safety notices, course literature, test questions and answers, and manufacturer’s technical literature.