Fall Protection (Oil Sands Safety Association)      $275
Where: Hanna Learning Centre Upstairs Boardroom
When: TBA
Time: 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Instructor: Irwin’s Industrial Safety
Payment Deadline: one week prior to course date

Anyone who is required, by policy or legislative standards, to utilize fall arrest or fall protection equipment in the workplace, must be certified to work at heights. This covers a broad spectrum of job titles based on the type of environments they work in. Examples include roofers, electricians, construction workers, arborists, boilermakers, scaffolders, power engineers and millwrights.

Topics include:
• Provincial legislation
• Equipment; inspection, usage and maintenance
• Fall protection systems
• Fall protection planning
• Documentation
• Hazards
• Legislation

As stated in the Occupational Health and Safety code part 9, a worker must be using fall protection if he/she is at risk of falling:
• A vertical distance of 10ft (3m) or more
• A vertical distance of less than 10 feet (3 meters) if there is an unusual possibility of injury
• Into a hazardous substance or object or through an opening in a work surface

Call 403.854.2099 Ext 206 to get your name on the list and you will be contacted when a date has been set.

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