MEB training packages for individuals or teams
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Training on work safety at heights
Those who work at heights must be trained. We offer both basic and refresher courses for wind turbine generator technicians, employees of high-bay warehouses, radio system technicians and other professionals with high-level jobs. The high professional and didactic qualifications our trainers have builds the cornerstone for the best possible learning success and professional development.
You bring a head for heights, and we will take care of the rest. Our highly qualified trainers will instruct your personnel in our 2,000 sqm training centre in Bremen. Our large hall even allows abseiling from a height of six metres. In addition to theoretical instruction, all participants will naturally get hands on experience to put theory into practice.
Coming alone or with an entire team? We create training packages that are individually tailored to your requirements. Whether one-day basic or refresher courses for industry or two-day intensive courses for wind power, at MEB Safety Services you have come to the right address. These training courses comply with the statutory regulations and the rules of the German Social Accident Insurance (DGUV).
Depending on your needs, we also offer you the option of booking first aid and company paramedic courses or training the course participants in fire fighting and handling a fire extinguisher. Talk to us, we will be happy to provide you with an individual quotation.
We offer the following classic packages:
Rope Access and Positioning Techniques Level 1–3
Modular training as an industrial climber in 3 Fisat courses that build on each other
Use of Personal Protective Equipment against Falls from Heights/PPEaF
Safe and effective working in fall endangered areas
Training as an Expert Inspector
Expertise training for testing personal protective equipment against falls from heights
Electrically Instructed Persons/EIP
According to DGUV regulation 3 “Electrical systems and equipment”
Focus: Rescue from confined spaces