Work at height' means work in any place where, if there were no precautions in place, a person could fall a distance liable to cause personal injury INTERCON provides Occupational Security Trainings when Working at Height for industries such as construction & telecommunication, power, oil, & petro-chemical which require working in elevated levels. For each & every task, hand in hand with risk of fall, the danger of fatalities & major injuries emerge as elevation commences. Maintaining preventive HSE equipment in inventory is simply not enough; training the employees for how to use the equipment & react to probable accidents is essential.

Being aware of potential ; Employers and those in control of work at height must first assess the risks. The key messages here are;

To avoid work at height where it is reasonably practicable to do so

  • Where work at height cannot be easily avoided, prevent falls using either an existing place of work that is already safe or the right type of equipment
  • Minimise the distance and consequences of a fall, by using the right type of equipment where the risk cannot be eliminated

Within the security culture cultivated by trainings of INTERCON; it is deemed essential for employees of construction & petro-chemical firms, telecommunication firms of which are responsible for installation of base stations & pole erections, energy sector firms operating in wind turbines, Hydroelectric & natural gas conversion Power Plants, cleaning firms working in high-rise window cleaning to gain the ability to utilize occupational security equipment & rope techniques. With regard to collective safety rule, these employees must be trained to save their collegues as well as themselves in a possible accidents and emergency evacuation in case of a fire. INTERCON A.Ş. provides theoretical & practical Rope Access, Rescue & Emergency Evacuation trainings within its facilities located in İzmir via SPRAT and/or IRATA certified trainers. Requied necessary; trainings are also carried out in Customer Facilites.