GWO BSTR v10


1 List of abbreviations
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2 Terms and definitions
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3 Change Log
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4 Scope
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5 General Requirements for GWO BST Refresher
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5.1 Overview
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5.2 Target group
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5.3 Aims and objectives
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5.4 Conformity with other Training Certificates
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5.5 Legal requirements
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5.6 Duration of BSTR Modules
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5.7 Validity period
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5.8 Delegate prerequisites for the BSTR
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5.9 Physical demands
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6 General Resources Required to Deliver BSTR Modules
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6.1 Staff
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6.2 Facilities and equipment
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6.3 Theory training facilities
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6.4 Practical training facilities
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6.5 Training equipment
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7 Understanding GWO Learning Objectives
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7.1 Taxonomy
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8 Administration and certification of BSTR modules
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8.1 Administrative arrangements
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8.2 Delegate performance assessment
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8.3 Requirement to upload training record in WINDA
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8.4 Training Providers own Records and Certificates issue
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8.5 Delegate performance assessment form
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9 Module 1 – First Aid Refresher
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9.1 Aims and objectives of the BSTR First Aid Module
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9.2 Duration of the BSTR First Aid Module
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9.3 First Aid Instructor to Delegate Ratio
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9.4 Equipment
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9.5 First Aid Module time table
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9.6 Detailed description of the First Aid module
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Lesson 1 - Introduction
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ELEMENT 1.1 - Safety instructions and emergency procedures
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ELEMENT 1.2 - Facilities
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ELEMENT 1.3 - Introduction
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ELEMENT 1.4 - Scope and main objectives
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ELEMENT 1.5 - On-going assessments
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ELEMENT 1.6 - Motivation
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Lesson 2 - Legislation/Risks/Hazards
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ELEMENT 2.1 - Risk and Hazards
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ELEMENT 2.2 - First Aid guidelines
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ELEMENT 2.3 - National legislation
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ELEMENT 2.4 - Global legislation
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Lesson 3 - Anatomy
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ELEMENT 3.1 - The human body’s life conditions, structures, functions and signs
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ELEMENT 3.2 - Use of anatomy and First Aid in emergency situations
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Lesson 4 - Lifesaving First Aid using Primary and Secondary Survey
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ELEMENT 4.1 - Primary Survey (“C” - A - B - C)
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ELEMENT 4.2 - Unresponsive
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ELEMENT 4.3 - Unresponsive, not breathing
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ELEMENT 4.4 - CPR
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ELEMENT 4.5 - Obstruction of airways
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ELEMENT 4.6 - Bleeding, internal and external
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ELEMENT 4.7 - Shock
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ELEMENT 4.8 - Secondary survey
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Lesson 5 - Themes
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Theme 1: Psychological effects of First Aid
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Theme 2: Sudden Sickness and environmental factors
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Theme 3: Types of Trauma
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Theme 4: Incident management and situational awareness
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Theme 5: Complex incidents with several (2-5) casualties
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ELEMENT 5.1 - Theme 1: Psychological effects of First Aid
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ELEMENT 5.2 - Theme 2: Sudden sickness and environmental factors
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ELEMENT 5.3 - Theme 3: Types of trauma
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ELEMENT 5.4 - Theme 4: Incident management and situational awareness
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ELEMENT 5.5 - Theme 5: Complex incidents with several (2-5) casualties
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Lesson 6 - Scenario-based training
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ELEMENT 6.1 - Practice First Aid techniques
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Lesson 7 - Evaluation
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ELEMENT 7.1 - Summary
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ELEMENT 7.2 - Evaluation
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ELEMENT 7.3 - Training records
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9.7 Delegate performance assessment
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10 Module 2 – Manual Handling Refresher
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11 Module 3 – Fire Awareness Refresher
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12 Module 4 – Working at Heights Refresher
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12.1 Aims and objectives of the BSTR Working at Heights Module
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12.2 Duration of the BSTR Working at Heights Module
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12.3 Working at Heights Instructor to Delegate Ratio
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12.4 Equipment for Working at Heights Module
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12.5 BSTR Working at Heights Module time table
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12.6 Detailed description of the BSTR Working at Heights Module
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Lesson 1 - Introduction
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ELEMENT 1.1 - Safety instructions and emergency procedures
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ELEMENT 1.2 - Facilities
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ELEMENT 1.3 - Introduction
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ELEMENT 1.4 - Scope and main objectives
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ELEMENT 1.5 - On-going assessments
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ELEMENT 1.6 - Motivation
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Lesson 2 - Knowledge review
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ELEMENT 2.1 - Knowledge of inspection of PPE, rescue and evacuation device
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ELEMENT 2.2 - Knowledge of PPE
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ELEMENT 2.3 - Knowledge of fall arrest systems and work positioning
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ELEMENT 2.4 - Knowledge of rescue and evacuation devices
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Lesson 3 - PPE Review Exercises
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ELEMENT 3.1 - Pre-use Inspection
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ELEMENT 3.2 - Proper use
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Lesson 4 - Theory
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ELEMENT 4.1 - Use of a SRL for exercises
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ELEMENT 4.2 - Safe and competent work and rescue at heights
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ELEMENT 4.3 - Correct fitting of a harness
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ELEMENT 4.4 - Attachment points
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ELEMENT 4.5 - Anchor points
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ELEMENT 4.6 - Loads and angles
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ELEMENT 4.7 - Falls
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ELEMENT 4.8 - Double versus twin fall arrest lanyard
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ELEMENT 4.9 - Rescue kit
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Lesson 5 - Measures to prevent injury during training
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ELEMENT 5.1 - Control measures and warm up
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Lesson 6 - Individual Practical review exercises
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ELEMENT 6.1 - How to attach a guided type fall arrester
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ELEMENT 6.2 - Fall restraint and fall arrest lanyards
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ELEMENT 6.3 - Work positioning lanyards
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ELEMENT 6.4 - certified and suitable anchor points
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ELEMENT 6.5 - Safe and correct use of a SRL for exercises
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ELEMENT 6.6 - Safe practices while working at height
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Lesson 7 - Practical exercises - group
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ELEMENT 7.1 - Safe and correct use of the personal fall protection equipment
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ELEMENT 7.2 - Accessing certified and suitable anchor points
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ELEMENT 7.3 - User inspections of the rescue and evacuation equipment
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ELEMENT 7.4 - Safe and correct use of rescue and evacuation equipment from ladder
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ELEMENT 7.5 - Safe and correct rescue and evacuation methods from an evacuation hatch
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ELEMENT 7.6 - Safe practices while working at heights
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Lesson 8 - Evaluation
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ELEMENT 8.1 - Summary
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ELEMENT 8.2 - Evaluation
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ELEMENT 8.3 - Training records
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12.7 Delegate performance assessment
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13 MODULE 5 – WORKING AT HEIGHTS WITH MANUAL HANDLING REFRESHER
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13.1 Aims and objectives of the BSTR Working at Heights with Manual Handling Module
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13.2 Duration of the BSTR Working at Heights with Manual Handling Module
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13.3 Working at Heights with Manual Handling Trainer/Delegate Ratio
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13.4 Equipment for BSTR Working at Heights with Manual Handling Module
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13.5 BSTR Working at Heights with Manual Handling Module timetable
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13.6 Detailed description of the BSTR Working at Heights with Manual Handling Module
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Lesson 1 - Introduction
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ELEMENT 1.1 - Safety instructions and emergency procedures
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ELEMENT 1.2 - Facilities
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ELEMENT 1.3 - Introduction
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ELEMENT 1.4 - Scope and main objectives
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ELEMENT 1.5 - On-going assessments
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ELEMENT 1.6 - Motivation
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Lesson 2 - Knowledge Review
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ELEMENT 2.1 - Knowledge of inspection of PPE, rescue and evacuation device
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ELEMENT 2.2 - Knowledge of PPE
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ELEMENT 2.3 - Knowledge of fall arrest systems and work positioning
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ELEMENT 2.4 - Knowledge of rescue and evacuation devices
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ELEMENT 2.5 - Knowledge of manual handlilng
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Lesson 3 - PPE Review Exercises
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ELEMENT 3.1 - Pre-use Inspection
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ELEMENT 3.2 - Proper use
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Lesson 4 - Theory
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ELEMENT 4.1 - Use of a SRL for exercises
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ELEMENT 4.2 - Safe and competent work and rescue at heights
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ELEMENT 4.3 - Correct fitting of a harness
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ELEMENT 4.4 - Attachment points
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ELEMENT 4.5 - Anchor points
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ELEMENT 4.6 - Loads and angles
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ELEMENT 4.7 - Falls
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ELEMENT 4.8 - Double versus twin fall arrest lanyard
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ELEMENT 4.9 - Rescue kit
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ELEMENT 4.10 - Manual Handling
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Lesson 5 - Measures to prevent injury during training
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ELEMENT 5.1 - Control measures and warm up
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Lesson 6 - Individual Practical Review Exercises
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ELEMENT 6.1 - How to attach a guided type fall arrester
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ELEMENT 6.2 - fall restraint and fall arrest lanyards
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ELEMENT 6.3 - work positioning lanyards
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ELEMENT 6.4 - certified and suitable anchor points
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ELEMENT 6.5 - Safe and correct use of An SRL for exercises
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ELEMENT 6.6 - Safe practices while working at height
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Lesson 7 - Practical Exercises - Group
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ELEMENT 7.1 - Safe and correct use of the personal fall protection equipment
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ELEMENT 7.2 - Accessing certified and suitable anchor points
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ELEMENT 7.3 - Pre-use inspections of the rescue and evacuation equipment
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ELEMENT 7.4 - Safe and correct use of rescue and evacuation equipment from ladder
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ELEMENT 7.5 - Safe and correct rescue and evacuation methods from an evacuation hatch
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ELEMENT 7.6 - Safe practices while Working at Heights with proper Manual Handling
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Lesson 8 - Evaluation
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ELEMENT 8.1 - Summary
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ELEMENT 8.2 - Evaluation
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ELEMENT 8.3 - Training records
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13.7 Delegate Performance Assessment
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14 Module 5 - Sea Survival Refresher
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