Safe Work Practices for Working at Heights (Industrial Environments)
This comprehensive Fall Protection course focuses on the daily needs of the end user (the employee) for safe work practices in regards to Fall Protection and systems. The course includes information about the different types of Fall Protection, what personal protective equipment to use, emergency procedures and how to calculate Fall Clearances.
This course will explain in detail what you need to know, emphasize key points and test your knowledge retention after each module. This course is required by many industries and may require additional training from employers or supervisors. By doing both theory and practical on-site training, the employer is doing their “Due Diligence” in compliance with Occupational Health and Safety Regulations.
After completion of this course you will be issued a certificate of completion.
After completion of this course, you should be able to understand the following:
- What are the different types of Fall Protection
- How to spot Fall Hazards and protect against them
- What types of equipment are used in Fall Protection
- How to maintain your gear and CSA Standards
Key Points on Fall Arrest Protection:
- Fall Protection is to stop a worker safely after a Fall has occurred
- Anyone working at a height of 3 metres or more is required by law to be Fall Protection trained
- All employers are required to show diligence when training employees
- By taking both theory and practical on-site training employees will achieve OHS compliance
This Fall Protection course has been developed to meet the requirements for fall protection in Canada with the exception of Newfoundland. This course is not intended as a replacement for high angle rescue, hands-on training, or more advanced training (such as the Ontario Ministry of Labour regulated Working at Heights) where required.
This training is not a substitute for Working at Heights in Ontario. For more information on our Ministry of Labour Approved Working at Heights course, click here https://silecio.com/archives/dt_courses/working-at-height-and-fall-protection
Average Course Running Time: 3.5 Hours
Last Updated: February 2015
|STANDARDS COMPLIANT Developed in accordance with Federal and Provincial legislation. Course content is updated regularly to ensure compliance.|
|PRINT CERTIFICATES ON COMPLETION Wallet & Wall sized certificates may be printed upon course completion. Hard-copy certificates may be mailed at additional cost.|
|LIVE STUDENT SUPPORT Phone, email, text and internet chat support is available 7 days/week Monday to Friday from 8:00am to 8:00 pm and weekends 12:00pm to 4:00pm Eastern Standard Time.|
|RECORD OF TRAINING Your courses are available 24 hours/day, seven days/week for up to 3 years from the date of purchase. Training records are stored securely during this time and may be accessed on demand from your account for record keeping purposes.|
|UNLIMITED EXAM ATTEMPTS Exams may be attempted until a passing grade is obtained. Upon failing an exam, it is recommended that you review your training materials before attempting the exam again.|
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