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Fall Protection

Duration: 2 days

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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Safety Training Courses
Aerial Work Platforms
Confined Space Entry
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Fall Protection Refresher
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