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Working at height risk assessment template

Our working at height risk assessment template has been written by accredited IOSH and NEBOSH qualified Safety Professionals. Working at height remains one of the biggest causes of major injuries and fatalities in the workplace. Make sure your business is legally compliant with Health & Safety regulations by completing an appropriate Working at Height Risk Assessment template, helping you to identify and minimise hazards.

What are the benefits of a Working at Height risk assessment template?

Working at height risk assessment templates are used for evaluating hazards and risks associated with working at height. As an employer, you must ensure a valid risk assessment is carried out prior to any tasks carried out by your staff members when working at height. 

Our template can help you achieve the following: 

  • Assess and identify risks
  • Decide on the necessary precautions 
  • Record your findings simply and effectively 
  • Detail any hazards and control procedures
  • Review and implement changes based on your findings

What’s included in this working at height risk assessment template?

This Working at Height Risk Assessment is 4-7 pages long, offering a comprehensive template that can be changed to suit your requirements including: 

  • Space for your company details and logo
  • Issues surrounding working at height and from ladders
  • The appropriate Hazards and Control Procedures

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We also have a free downloadable risk assessment template for working at height, so you can get a feel for how a template looks before you buy. If you’d like to know about the wide range of risk assessment templates we have, then you can find our full selection through the link. 

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We also strongly recommend exploring our Working at Height elearning course.