Description: The Newfoundland and Labrador Occupational Health and Safety Regulations, Section 139, states that a worker shall not use fall protection equipment unless he or she has completed a training program on fall protection prescribed by the commission”. Upon successful completion of this course, the worker will be able to:
Define Fall Protection and related terminology
Discuss the Importance of Fall Protection Training
Discuss OH&S Legislation; Roles and Responsibilities of Stakeholders
Learn and Apply Fall Protection Legislation
Learn and apply methods of recognizing, evaluating and controlling potential accidents
Understand Fall Protection System Forces
Learn various Types of Fall Protection Systems and demonstrate how to use them
Use, Care & Storage of Components
Discuss Roles & Responsibilities of the Development of a Fall Protection Program
Recognize the requirements of an Emergency Rescue Plan
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