Fall Protection Training
Fall Protection Training (8741 violations, 384 fatalities)
The 2018 construction season is in full swing, and there's never been a better time than the present to learn the latest in fall protection and construction.
29 CFR 1926 Subpart M Fall Protection (1926.500-503)
The leading cause of death in the construction industry is from falls. As a result, construction workers must have fall protection when working at a height of six feet or more.
In addition, employers must provide a Fall Protection training program to all construction workers who might be exposed to fall hazards
- § 1926.503(a)(1).
All students will participate in classroom, hands-on instruction, and student-performed exercises that will cover:
- Fall Hazard identification.
- OSHA rules of when Fall Protection is required.
- Equipment inspection criteria and technique.
- Proper donning of fall protection equipment.
- Proper inspection, care, maintenance, and storage of Fall Protection equipment.
- Fall Restraint vs. Fall Arrest criteria.
- Fall Protection with regards to aerial lifts and ladders.
Class time is 4-5 hours