Northern Safety Network Yukon

Fall Protection - End User


Start Date: Thursday December 2, 2021

Start Time: 8:30 AM

End Time: 4:30 PM

Price: $195

Instructor: Mike Kramer

Location: Transportation Museum - 30 Electra Crescent, Whitehorse

Capacity: 14 / 14

Overview: This course is designed for any worker performing duties where a fall hazard exists. Telecom specialists, tradespeople, construction workers, theatre rigging technicians, and bridge maintenance staff are just a few professionals who will benefit from this course.

For some workers, exposure to fall hazards occurs daily. For others working at height is something that takes place periodically. Whether a worker faces fall hazards every day or once a year, attendance in a course like this is critical.

Comprehensive knowledge of fall safety systems and their components is required, as workers are responsible for sound decision-making in each unique at-height situation. This course will address the hazards associated with working at heights and the fall safety systems commonly used to reduce the risks.

Features:

Hazard identification

Regulatory bodies

Fall safety systems and planning

Shared and personal systems

Anchor points

Body holding devices

Connectors

Descent/Rescue - overview

Equipment care

Hands-on workshop

Goal: To understand common fall protection safety systems as they apply to the general work environment and learn how to use these systems at all times correctly.

*Certification is valid for 3 years from course date |   Fall Protection Group – 3M | Safety Training | Meets CSA Z1001