Offering 8 & 16 Hour OSHA/ANSI Fall Protection In-House Training
OSHA 1910.30(a)(1) requires that before any employee is exposed to a fall hazard, the employer must provide training for each employee who uses personal fall protection systems or who is required to be trained as specified elsewhere in this subpart.
We have several training courses to help employers provide training. Courses that range from a basic 2-hour Fall Protection Class, to a 40-hour Competent & Qualified Person training course. When a business has the need for workers to use fall protection systems, those workers are required to have proper training with the equipment to help guarantee absolute safety.
Our classes are for anyone working at heights, and their safety managers &/or supervisors who will be responsible for the company’s Fall Protection program and work guidelines. All job sites should have at least one Competent Person present at all times.
A “Competent Person” is one who is capable of identifying current and potential workplace hazards, or conditions, which are hazardous or dangerous to employees. A competent person also has the authorization to take prompt corrective measures to eliminate those conditions or hazards.