Anyone required to undertake any work at height must be appropriately trained. The training must include use of any equipment required to undertake the job and method of undertaking the job safely.
It is also important to consider individual capabilities for working at height. Employees and anyone else required to work at height must report any issues (including health issues) which might affect their ability to undertake their work safely. For example, if someone suffers from recurring dizziness, epilepsy, a heart condition or severely impaired joint function, he or she should not be allowed to work at height.