Fall Protection for Industrial Establishments

Course Outline

Fall Protection for Industrial Establishments

General information on course

Falls are a major cause of workplace injuries and deaths in Ontario. The proper use of fall protection equipment could prevent these injuries and fatalities. However, workers often fail to use fall protection equipment or they use it improperly. This workshop has been developed for participants who have little or no working knowledge about working from heights. It is also designed to be a refresher course for experienced workers. Participants must complete both the theoretical and practical components of this workshop to receive their record of training (ROT).

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Duration:

Can be a full day depending on the size of the group and participant interaction.

Who Should Attend:

Anyone who supervises or works from ladders or at heights greater than three (3) metres/ten (10) feet from a surface below.

Course components

Theoretical Component:

After successfully completing this portion of the course, participants will understand:

  • The legislative requirements (Government Regulations and CSA Standards);
  • The duties and responsibilities of all workplace stakeholders;
  • When and why fall protection and related equipment is required;
  • Methods used in fall protection and fall prevention;
  • Harness donning and doffing procedures.

Practical Component:

To successfully pass this course, participants must demonstrate the following:

  • Proficiency in harness ‘Fit Testing’;
  • How to install a rope grab on a vertical and horizontal lifeline;
  • How to use a beam strap to create a secure anchor point;
  • Proficiency in proper tie-off techniques.

By means of group discussion, case studies and one-on-one instruction, participants will gain the ability to apply what they learn in this course.

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