Working at Heights Guideline - Education
Register (BEMIR) and supported by local induction processes whereby contractors are advised of potential risks. The types of tasks DoE workplaces might consider contracting out include: Any type of construction work at heights. Roof maintenance/servicing at height e.g. leak repair, storm damage, roof-mounted air
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