Working at height with Beck & Pollitzer Turkey
Beck & Pollitzer Turkey recently organised “Working at Height” training, demonstrating our on-going commitment to Health & Safety. The comprehensive, 8-hour course was hosted by Sky Works — a trusted and experienced training provider.
Such training is always provided for our engineers before they begin working on site. However, this particular course was a unique experience, as office workers were also invited to take part.
Our mixed group of 25 employees began the day with a session on theory. They discussed the correct and incorrect ways of working at height, and the dangers of not following safety rules. They then completed a series of assessed practical exercises and were awarded a certificate of achievement.
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