IPAF Harness Inspection Course

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CPCS Training provides a comprehensive range of IPAF Harness training courses to suit your needs. We offer both classroom and practical training, so you can get the most out of your learning experience. 

Our harness inspection courses cover all aspects of safe working with powered access equipment, from using the correct PPE to carrying out thorough safety checks. We also offer a wide range of other CPCS courses, so you can be sure to find the perfect one for you.


Our IPAF Harness training is delivered by experienced and qualified instructors

Our IPAF Harness training is delivered by experienced and qualified instructors who are passionate about safety. They will provide you with all the information and guidance you need to safely use powered access equipment. You will also have the opportunity to put your new skills into practice with our hands-on training.

Safety harnesses are an important part of personal protective equipment (PPE) for construction workers. They help to protect workers from falls, slips and trips, and can also provide some protection against being hit by falling objects.

Harnesses must be properly fitted and used correctly in order to be effective. Workers should always follow the manufacturer's instructions when using a safety harness.


The course will cover inspection, maintenance, monitoring, fitting and correct use of safety equipment

When choosing a safety harness, it is important to consider the type of work that will be done and the potential hazards involved. For example, if working at height, a full-body harness with fall arrest capabilities may be required. If working around machinery, a body belt with a lanyard attached to an anchor point may be sufficient.

It is also important to make sure that the safety harness fits properly. A poor fit can result in the harness being uncomfortable to wear, which may lead to workers not wearing it correctly or at all.

When working at height, always use a full-body safety harness with fall arrest capabilities.


We also offer online training

Make sure your safety harness fits properly before each use. A poorly fitted harness can be uncomfortable and may cause you to not wear it correctly.

Our harness inspection courses are available at a variety of locations across the UK, so you can choose the one that best suits your needs. We also offer online training, so you can learn at your own pace and in your own time.