TKBT and TKPK Training: Enhance Your Knowledge About Heights!

As we all know, working at heights falls into the category of high-risk jobs. As workers, we must know and have knowledge of how to prevent the dangers that may occur before engaging in tasks at heights, as mandated by our government regulations.

What can be done? Surely, having knowledge about heights itself, such as participating in TKBT (High Building Workers) or TKPK (Working at Heights) training, depending on the nature of your work as a SpanSet friend. Does your workplace have accessible areas, or is it limited to using ropes to reach the work area?

What's the Difference Between TKBT and TKPK?

Before delving further into TKBT and TKPK training, SpanSet friends must first understand the difference between them. Basically, both involve working at heights with different vertical access. TKBT refers to workers who work using platforms or have access to their work area, such as working on scaffolding. Meanwhile, TKPK refers to workers who work at heights without access to their work area or only use ropes to reach the work area (hanging using ropes).

How is TKBT Training Divided?

After understanding the fundamental difference between TKBT and TKPK, SpanSet friends will know which training is suitable for their current job. For SpanSet friends working as building cleaners using gondolas, construction workers, or communication tower workers, who have access to work, participating in TKBT training is crucial. However, it's worth noting that TKBT training is divided into two levels:

  • TKBT 1
  • TKBT 2

What are the TKBT Training Materials from SpanSet?

For SpanSet friends curious about the materials provided during TKBT level 2 training at SpanSet, here are some training topics:

  • Understanding working at heights.
  • Fall factor and methods of working at heights.
  • Types of anchors.
  • Analysis of height hazard risks and permit issuance.
  • Horizontal and vertical movement practice.
  • Knot practice.
  • Practice in raising and lowering items with a system.
  • Suspension trauma and first aid in emergencies.

Certainly, the TKBT training materials also include regulations on working at heights and the basics of OSH. Not just theory, at SpanSet Indonesia, practical exercises are conducted to deepen understanding and minimize risks when working at heights. Additionally, quizzes will be given after each theoretical discussion led by SpanSet instructors.

What Will You GET After TKBT/TKPK Training?

After understanding the basics and what materials SpanSet friends will receive during TKBT/TKPK training, you may wonder what you'll gain, right? Here are the answers:

  • TKBT/TKPK Certificate (Ministry of Manpower, Indonesia)
  • TKBT/TKPK Authorization Card (License by Ministry of Manpower, Indonesia)

Note: SKP and License are provided for company representatives (Individual participants can apply for SKP and License upon employment)

Interested in participating in TKBT/TKPK training programs by the Ministry of Manpower at SpanSet Indonesia? All SpanSet friends can visit the following page or contact via email at / with the subject "Website - TKBT/PK Training."