Fall Protection - End User
Start Date: Friday May 5, 2023
Start Time: 8:30 AM
End Time: 4:30 PM
Instructor: Mike Kramer
Location: Transportation Museum - 30 Electra Crescent
Capacity: 0 / 15
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.
Fall safety systems and planning
Shared and personal systems
Body holding devices
Descent/Rescue - overview
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