Each year a significant number of workers are injured or killed from a fall on the jobsite. Regardless of one’s work frequency and duration, all workers performing duties at height need to understand the proper application and use of fall protection.
This half-day course will provide an overview of fall protection principles and the essential equipment components used in a basic personal fall restraint or arrest system. The course includes challenge questions, workbook exercises, and other interactive instructional techniques to enhance student learning.
This training program is suited for those who work at height in a specific situation with an established approved anchor point using basic connectors and body supports. The course material will provide students with an engaging and enjoyable learning environment.
Fall hazard identification
Fundamentals of working at height
Fall protection oversight
Basic system components
Harness donning and inspection
Any worker who works at height in a specific situation with an established approved anchor point.