Fall Protection Training: Train the Trainer
At the conclusion of this training, participants will gain an understanding of legislative requirements, as well as how to recognize workplace hazards, controls and equipment associated with working at heights and safe work practices for Fall Protection and Fall Prevention Systems.
In addition, participants will achieve a level of competency for selecting and inspecting fall protection harnesses, lanyards and associated connectors, such as carabiners.
Practical instruction includes inspection, donning, doffing, care, cleaning, and storage of fall protection equipment and evaluation of defective equipment. Students will also review rescue requirements and learn how to develop rescue plans.
Who Should Attend
Managers, Supervisors, JHSC members, health and safety representatives, maintenance and engineering personnel or any worker who as part of their job, need to use, or has responsibility and accountability for Fall Protection Safety and equipment.
Maximum Number of Participants
The Training Provider will supply equipment that will be defective for participants to evaluate as part of the practical competency testing structure. Participants must score a minimum of 85% on both the practical and written testing evaluations to be deemed a Competent Inspector of Fall Protection Equipment.
Two (2) full days.
Record of Training
All participants who successfully complete this program will receive a Certificate of Competency.