- Safety Training
- Fall Protection - Dawson Creek
Fall Protection - Dawson Creek
This course will instruct you on how to properly use fall protection equipment in the workplace and how to safely approach working at heights.
Learning Objectives & Specific Outcomes:
Anyone who is required, by policy or legislative standards, to utilize a fall arrest or fall protection equipment in the workplace, must be certified to work at heights. This covers a broad spectrum of job titles based on the type of environments they work in. Examples would be roofers, electricians, construction workers, arborists, boilermakers, scaffolder’s, power engineers and millwrights.
- Provincial legislation
- Equipment: inspection, usage and maintenance
- Fall protection systems
- Fall protection planning
As stated in the OH&S code part 9, a worker must be using fall protection if he/she is at risk of falling:
- A vertical distance of 10ft (3m) or more
- A vertical distance of less than 10 ft. (3m) if there is an unusual possibility of injury
- Into a hazardous substance of object or through an opening in a work surface
- Fall Protection Systems
- Fall Protection Equipment
- Fall Protection Settings
- 1 day (8 hours)
More dates coming! If you have a group of 6 or more please contact email@example.com for a custom training date.
Please call 1-866-463-6652 with the Registration Code or visit us on campus.
Refund Policy: Full refund including textbooks and supplies if written notification is received ten business days or more prior to the start of the class. Notification should be sent to Continuing Education at firstname.lastname@example.org
No refund for cancellations that are nine business days or less prior to the start date of class or for non-attendance.