Date: July 22, 2019 to July 22, 2019
Where: Turner Safety OSHA Training Center, 6759 Sierra Court , Suite B, Dublin, California, United States
Ticket Price: N/A
The course includes hands on demonstrations. This class is perfect for construction workers and industrial applications. We cover Fed & Cal OSHAʼs Fall Protection Regulations 1926.500 & 1670 and how the standard applies to both Construction and General Industry. We will also address Military Spec EM-385 and ANSI Z359 ‘Managed Fall Protection Standard' We'll demonstrate how to set-up an anchor point and lifelines on a roof. Harness inspection, adjustment, of safety harness, lanyards, Self Retracting Lifelines, Fall Restraint/ positioning systems and rescue procedures will be covered. The class is 6 to 8 hours depending on the size of the class. Upon course completion, students will receive a wallet card and certificate. Our 1 day class was developed for experienced field personnel who use fall protection systems frequently. The 2 day class gives students an additional day of hands-on experience and our 3 day class is for students who want to learn as much as possible about fall protection equipment and fully understand the Fed & Cal OSHA regulations. Did you know * OSHA requires employers to provide task specific training where hazards exist OSHA 1926.21 OSHA Fact * Leading edge fall hazards are a major cause of injuries in construction. Construction Safety Order 1926.503 (a) (2) states the following: Competent Persons/ Qualified in the following areas shall give training to employees who are exposed to fall hazards. You can become a Trainer if you have previously attended a Competent Person fall protection class. OSHA definition: "A Qualified Person must demonstrate extensive knowledge and have the ability to solve & resolve problems". Our ‘Qualified Trainer' course covers Construction and General Industry Fall Protection regulations in depth. This class would be an excellent choice for a Safety Manager or Supervisor. Training techniques and practical skills are taught in a 2 day workshop environment. Students are required to take part in hands-on set-up of systems.