Curso Trabalho em Altura em Inglês (Safety at Working at Height) - 16 horas

Curso Trabalho em Altura em Inglês

Curso Trabalho em Altura em Inglês

Curso NR 35 - Segurança no Trabalho em Altura em Inglês (Safety at Working at Height)

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Curso Trabalho em Altura em Inglês
Safety at Working at Height
The Working at Heights course is specifically designed to prevent falls in the workplace and ensure the safety of individuals working in areas such as roof works, scaffolding, ladders and more.

What is work at height?
According with the NR 35, working at height are all activities performed over 2 meters and there is falling risk.

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Curso Trabalho em Altura em Inglês
Safety at Working at Height
Department of Labor Inspection, the Ministry of Labor and Employment, published on 27/03/2012, Ordinance No. 313 of 23 March, approving the Regulatory Standard 35 – Working at Heights.
This NR aims to establish the minimum requirements and protective measures for working at heights, involving the planning, organization and execution of the work, to ensure the safety and health of workers involved directly or indirectly with the activity.
The Ordinance has also about the responsibilities of the employer and employees; training; planning, organization and implementation; and personal protective equipment, accessories and mooring systems.
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Content:
Protective Equipment:
Goals and Fields of Application;
Use, Conservation and Maintenance of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE);
Collective and individual protection equipments, to reduce impact and fall factors;
Risk of falling of materials and tools;
Practical presentation of safety equipments, for what purpose they are produced, and how to use their strengths and weaknesses;
Communication Systems.
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Security procedures at Work:
Planning, organization and execution of work;
Routine operational procedures of working at heights;
Requirements and documents needed to certify fitness to work at height;
Minimum Security Requirements;
Responsibilities of the height team supervisor;
Specific risks of simultaneous work;
Potential risks inherent in working at heights and measures to prevent and control;
Requirements for hiring the Rescue Team;
Protective measures for working at heights,
Isolation methods and signaling the work area;
Security System as slopes (slopes and inclines, etc.)
Practical Assisted Training of difficulties encountered in daily work
Structural Workplace Assessment
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Preliminary Risk Analysis (PRA);
Preparation of PRA and relevant considerations;
Risk Analysis and impeding working conditions;
Weather and other external influences that may alterthe execution of the service conditions;
Work Permit – WP:
Issue;
Responsible for authorization;
Closing;
Traceability.
Validity;
Vertical Hierarchy permission to work at height.
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Basic Rescue Techniques at Heights:
Energy absorbers;
Typical accidents;
Self-rescue; (Sked stretcher and basket hoisting)
Pipelines in emergency situations;
Physiological damage caused by falls;
Descent and victim hoisting with and without litter;
Horizontal displacement and access to places away from the stairs;
Fall arrest devices;
Establishment of systems and anchor points;
Fall Factor and impact strength;
With hoisting cable guide;
Basic Techniques and Planning Rescue at Heights;
Knots Fixation
Rappel Notions (practice vertical lifeline and falls locks)
Organized rescue and transfer lines, simulations with drivers assembly.
Anchoring System (attachment points);
Counter weight Systems; (Pulleys)
Load Reduction Systems Pulleys;
Climbdown Security Systems (brakes and knots security);
Ascent Security Systems;
Basic First Aid;
Complement:
Practical Exercises;
Perception Risk and Facts inflicted on people;
Safety Impact and Behavior Facts;
Fear Fact;
Risk Habituation and Consequences;
The matter and knowledge of task;
Knowledge of Ergonomic;
Work Station Analysis;
Ergonomics Risk;
Final Test Teory and Practical;
Participation Certification;

Referências Normativas aos dispositivos aplicáveis e suas atualizações:
NR 01 – General Provisions;
NR 06 – PPE – Personal Protective Equipment;
NR 07 – PCMSO Control Program Occupational Health;
NR 35 – Working at Heights;
NFPA 1983: Standard on Lifeline and Fire Safety Components;
NFPA 1006: Standard for Technical Qualification Professionals Rescue;
NFPA 1670: Standard for Training and Technical Operations Search and Rescue Incidents;
ABNT NBR 15475: Vocational Qualification Rope Access;
ABNT NBR 15595: Rope Access Procedures for Application of the method.

Curso Trabalho em Altura em Inglês
Safety at Working at Height

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Base Legal – Norma Técnica 54 Ministério do Trabalho
RESPONSABILIDADES – Como a capacitação em SST é obrigação trabalhista a ser fornecida pelo empregador a seus trabalhadores em razão dos riscos oriundos da atividade explorada, é de inteira responsabilidade do empregador garantir sua efetiva implementação, sujeitando-se às sanções administrativas cabíveis em caso de uma capacitação não efetiva ou ainda pela capacitação de má qualidade que não atenda aos requisitos da legislação. É indispensável observar que, ainda que se opte pela realização de capacitação em SST por meio de EaD ou semipresencial, é salutar que toda capacitação seja adaptada à realidade de cada estabelecimento. É que o trabalhador está sendo capacitado pelo empregador para atuar em determinado espaço, logo, uma capacitação genérica não irá atender às peculiaridades de toda e qualquer atividade econômica.
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Curso Trabalho em Altura em Inglês
Safety at Working at Height

Level 01-08 Hours (Minimum)
Level 02-16 Hours
Level 03-24 Hours
Working at Heights (Supervisor Level) – 40 Hours

Participantes sem experiência: Nível Supervisor
Carga horária mínima = 40 horas/aula

Participantes com experiência: Nível Trabalhador
Carga horária mínima = 16 horas/aula

Atualização (Reciclagem)
Carga horária mínima = 08 horas/aula

Atualização (Reciclagem): O empregador deve realizar treinamento periódico Anualmente  e sempre que ocorrer quaisquer das seguintes situações:
a) mudança nos procedimentos, condições ou operações de trabalho;
b) evento que indique a necessidade de novo treinamento;
c) retorno de afastamento ao trabalho por período superior a noventa dias;
d) mudança de empresa;
e) Troca de máquina ou equipamento.

Certificado: Será expedido o Certificado para cada participante que atingir o aproveitamento mínimo de 70% (teórico e prático) conforme preconiza as Normas Regulamentadoras.

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Safety at Working at Height

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What are the most common causes of accidents when working at height?
Roof work is high risk and falls from roofs, through fragile roofs and fragile roof lights are one of the most common causes of workplace death and serious injury.
As well as in construction, these accidents can also occur on roofs of factories, warehouses and farm buildings when roof repair work or cleaning is being carried out.
The following are likely to be fragile:
Roof lights;
Liner panels on built-up sheeted roofs;
Non-reinforced fibre cement sheets;
Corroded metal sheets;
Glass (including wired glass);
Rotted chipboard;
Slates and tiles.
Fragile roof accidents are preventable and information on safe working practices can be found in the HSE information sheet Fragile roofs:
Safe working practices (see ‘Further reading’).
What do you need to consider when planning work at height?
The following are all requirements in law that you need to consider when planning and undertaking work at height.
You must:
Take account of weather conditions that could compromise worker safety;
Check that the place (eg a roof) where work at height is to be undertaken is safe.
Each place where people will work at height needs to be checked every time, before use;
Stop materials or objects from falling or, if it is not reasonably practicable to prevent objects falling, take suitable and sufficient measures to make sure no one can be injured, use exclusion zones to keep people away or mesh on scaffold to stop materials such as bricks falling off;
Store materials and objects safely so they won’t cause injury if they are disturbed or collapse;
Plan for emergencies and rescue, eg agree a set procedure for evacuation.
Think about foreseeable situations and make sure employees know the emergency procedures. Don’t just rely entirely on the emergency services for rescue in your plan.

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