Building access training

two people doing something at height near a power lineThis is altitude training, where no ropes are used to descend, but only to protect against falling (according to the regulations, people who are on structures located 1 m above the ground should have equipment that protects them from falling). Construction access technology uses hoists, scaffolding, platforms, poles or fixed ladders.

Building access course

Building access is a training course for people who work or want to work at heights and are therefore at risk of falling. Work is carried out on steep, sloping and flat roofs, platforms, scaffolding, electric poles, galleries or building structures without ceilings, among others.

At the CSO-organised training you will learn:

  • about standards and legislation relating to working at height
  • principles of Health and Safety at Height
  • what characterises working at height with building access
  • building access rules
  • the types of work at height and their characteristics
  • selection of equipment and its discussion
  • how to navigate the structure
  • causes of accidents and means of protection
  • Knot tying - science, anchor points
  • rescue - basic principles
  • the posts (their construction) and belay points
  • what are the measures that improve safety at work

On our course you will also gain additional knowledge relating to roofing:

  • safe and unsafe roof types
  • how to climb on roofs safely
  • practical tips for climbing
  • how to use security systems - horizontal
  • use of security systems - vertical
  • how to recognise and deal with hazards that may arise
  • practical exercises

During the course at the Operator Training Centre, one of the topics covered and a very important one is interpersonal communication. We pay particular attention to social interaction, because in this profession (as in many others), it is extremely important to be able to communicate with others. Another important thing is for the employee to be aware of risks, understand them and be able to react quickly if necessary. We place a great deal of emphasis on belaying and we adapt the exercises depending on the type of work our students will be doing.

At the end of the training, the participant has a great deal of knowledge that he or she can easily apply on the job, and our course will prepare you comprehensively for working at heights with building access. After the theoretical training and the practical part, the trainee also takes a final exam. Once you have passed the exam well, you will receive the relevant certificate.

Our training courses are always aligned with current labour regulations.

a person standing at a display that says health and safety and explaining something to the trainees

Who is the training for?

The course is designed both for people working at height and therefore at risk of accidents (falls from height) and those who want something new and to change their current profession. It is most often aimed at workers in the sector:

  • energy
  • roofer
  • telecommunications
  • builder
  • mining
  • photovoltaic
  • water and sewerage management
  • storage, high storage

Course at the Operator Training Centre

Building access training
Conditions to participate in the training:Completed 18 years of age,

No medical obstacles to working at heights,

Mental as well as physical endurance

After the course:Participants receive a certificate valid for 3 years
Who the training might be for:E.g. for those working on high-voltage pylons or lattice structures

What do we offer?

From us you will receive:

  • excellent exam preparation
  • the necessary knowledge and skills
  • training materials
  • certificate of completion
  • interesting, valuable training without a hint of boredom

During the course, we provide the equipment we use for the exercises. We conduct our practical classes in an interesting way and not at one but several heights. There we teach and train in a wide variety of fall protection and movement techniques. The people working at OSO are qualified instructors with extensive experience of working at height and with construction access.

Building access

It is accepted that work at height is divided into those in rope access and the latter in construction access. The former involve the use of ropes and equipment in order to work from a suspended position. This method is used when neither scaffolding nor mobile platforms can be used. Construction access work at height uses hoists and other equipment.

a person wearing a helmet and a waistcoat standing on the roof

Welcome to OSO!

It has been more than 15 years since we have been on the Polish market. We have the best experts, professionals in their fields. We guarantee the acquisition of the necessary and needed knowledge in courses conducted at a very high level. In addition, our facilities and training rooms are modern and well-equipped.

We collaborate with institutions that provide entitlements.

What do we have for you?

OSO means competitive and good prices. We have open courses which we offer in many places in Poland (e.g. Gdansk, Gdynia, Krakow, Warsaw...) as well as closed courses (we agree with the client where we will carry out the training). We have favourable prices and discounts for groups.

Our training is not just about height courses from building access. We offer many other training courses, e.g. high-altitude, occupational health and safety, fibre-optic welding training, or courses for work that requires a special licence from the Office of Technical Inspection (e.g. as a crane or mobile crane operator).

For us, your satisfaction with the training is extremely important. We also place great importance on cooperation and good communication. That is why we are happy to clarify any questions or doubts in detail.

You are cordially invited to the Operator Training Centre for professional height training by experienced specialists using the construction access method.

REGISTRATION: +48 504 477 077