WHS Form 114 Working at Heights Permit.
A working at height permit is a document that authorises workers to perform tasks at elevated levels, where there is a risk of falling. The purpose of a working at height permit is to ensure that workers have received the necessary training and are aware of the potential hazards associated with working at height. The permit also outlines the control measures that must be implemented to minimise the risk of falls, such as using fall prevention devices, work positioning systems, or fall arrest systems. A working at height permit also provides a record of the work that has been done, the persons involved, and the date and time of the work.
This working at heights permit steps you through the process of applying the hierarchy of controls to mitigate the risk associated with working at height.