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Fall Protection Training


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What You Will Learn

  1. Introduction to Fall Protection
  2. Fall Protection Regulations and Standards
  3. Identifying Fall Hazards
  4. Fall Protection Systems and Equipment
  5. Personal Fall Arrest Systems (PFAS)
  6. Fall Protection Planning and Procedures
  7. Inspection and Maintenance
  8. Training and Competence
  9. Rescue and Emergency Response
  10. Accountability and Culture of Safety

Fall Protection Training

  1. Introduction to Fall Protection:
    • Understand the importance of fall protection in preventing falls and protecting workers from serious injuries.
    • Comprehend the significance of fall hazards in the workplace, such as unprotected edges, elevated platforms, and roofs.
    • Recognize the responsibilities of both employers and workers in implementing effective fall protection measures.
  2. Fall Protection Regulations and Standards:
    • Familiarize yourself with relevant safety regulations and standards, such as OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) fall protection requirements (29 CFR 1926 Subpart M).
    • Understand the legal requirements and responsibilities of employers and employees in complying with fall protection guidelines.
    • Learn about the different types of fall protection systems and equipment available.
  3. Identifying Fall Hazards:
    • Identify common fall hazards in the workplace, including unprotected edges, floor openings, and unstable surfaces.
    • Comprehend the importance of conducting thorough hazard assessments and identifying potential fall hazards.
    • Understand the significance of regular inspections and maintenance of fall protection systems and equipment.
  4. Fall Protection Systems and Equipment:
    • Learn about different types of fall protection systems, including guardrails, safety nets, and personal fall arrest systems (PFAS).
    • Comprehend the functions and limitations of each fall protection system.
    • Understand the proper selection, use, and maintenance of fall protection equipment, such as harnesses, lanyards, and anchor points.
  5. Personal Fall Arrest Systems (PFAS):
    • Learn the components of a personal fall arrest system, including harnesses, lanyards, and connectors.
    • Comprehend the proper fitting, adjustment, and inspection of personal fall arrest systems.
    • Understand the importance of anchorage points, fall clearances, and swing hazards in PFAS use.
  6. Fall Protection Planning and Procedures:
    • Understand the importance of developing a comprehensive fall protection plan for each job or worksite.
    • Learn how to assess fall hazards, select appropriate fall protection systems, and establish procedures for safe work practices.
    • Comprehend the need for effective communication, coordination, and emergency response planning in fall protection situations.
  7. Inspection and Maintenance:
    • Recognize the importance of regular inspection and maintenance of fall protection systems and equipment.
    • Learn how to conduct pre-use inspections, including checking for wear, damage, and proper functioning.
    • Comprehend the procedures for removing damaged or defective fall protection equipment from service.
  8. Training and Competence:
    • Understand the importance of comprehensive training in fall protection for workers and supervisors.
    • Comprehend the knowledge and skills required to work safely at heights and use fall protection systems effectively.
    • Learn about the importance of ongoing training and updates to ensure competence and awareness of best practices.
  9. Rescue and Emergency Response:
    • Comprehend the importance of having rescue procedures and resources in place for timely response to fall incidents.
    • Learn about the proper techniques for rescuing a fallen worker using authorized methods and equipment.
    • Understand the importance of prompt reporting, investigation, and evaluation of fall incidents for preventive measures.
  10. Accountability and Culture of Safety:
    • Understand the roles and responsibilities of employers, supervisors, and employees in maintaining a culture of safety and fall prevention.
    • Comprehend the importance of individual accountability and adherence to fall protection rules and procedures.
    • Promote a culture of safety, continuous improvement, and open communication regarding fall protection concerns.

Cost Per Person

$150 per person

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