Working at Heights – French (Travail en Hauteur)

Course Outline

Travail en Hauteur

Informations générales sur le parcours

L’utilisation adéquate de l’équipement de protection contre les chutes peut prévenir des blessures graves et même des accidents mortels. Cet atelier s’adresse aux participants dont les connaissances pratiques au sujet du travail en hauteur sont limitées ou inexistantes. Il est également conçu pour servir de cours de recyclage aux travailleurs de chantier expérimentés. Les participants doivent terminer avec succès les composantes théorique et pratique de cette séance de formation pour recevoir leur certificat d’achèvement (attestation de formation).

Durée:

Une journée complète (8 heures), 12 participants par groupe maximum.

Qui devrait y participer :

Toute personne chargée de travailler en hauteur ou de superviser du personnel qui travaille en hauteur.

Composante théorique

Après avoir suivi avec succès ce programme de formation sur la sécurité, les participants comprendront les éléments suivants:

  • Les exigences législatives (règlements gouvernementaux, normes CSA, principes et directives des fabricants);
  • Les devoirs et les responsabilités de tous les intervenants sur le lieu de travail;
  • Les dangers du travail en hauteur;
  • Les méthodes de prévention des chutes et de protection antichute;
  • Les méthodes d’avertissement et les barrières physiques;
  • La sécurité dans les échelles et le travail à partir d’échafaudages;
  • Les exigences pour l’élaboration et la mise en œuvre d’un plan de sauvetage.

Composante pratique

Pour réussir ce cours, les participants doivent démontrer ce qui suit:

  • Leur compétence dans les essais d’ajustement de harnais;
  • Leur capacité d’installer des coulisseaux de sécurité sur des cordes d’assurance horizontales et verticales;
  • Leur maîtrise des techniques d’attache adéquates;
  • Leur capacité de créer un point d’ancrage sûr avec une sangle d’attache sur poutre.

Au moyen de discussions en groupe, d’études de cas et d’enseignement individuel, les participants à l’atelier acquerront la capacité d’appliquer ce qu’ils apprennent pendant le cours. Pour en savoir plus sur Advanced Consulting and Training Ltd. et sur ce que nous pouvons faire pour vous et votre organisation, visitez le www.advancedct.com.

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