The Fall Protection classes address OSHA standards for the construction industry. The classes will help to identify and eliminate fall hazards and to prevent falls, prepare you to understand how to put practices into action and to work safely in your environment using the right equipment and making good decisions.
Instruction will also assist employers to outline the roles of the employer and employees to follow safe work practices, how to control exposure to fall hazards, how to recognize the risks and how to deploy appropriate fall protection devices and equipment.
Date: Fri 2/5/21 8:00 AM-4:30 PM
Location: NWCOC Tuition: $174.00 Lab Fee: $30.00 Books: $91.00 Registration: $10.00 Total: $305.00
This 8-hour class is designed for site supervisors, general foreman, and anyone who must also serve as the competent/qualified person required by OSHA 1926.32(f), 1926.500 and 1910.00 standards. The training shows how to implement, maintain and work within an effective competent person program. The authorized competent person will act on the employers’ behalf and must possess the ability to anticipate potential hazards and prevent workplace injuries when applied to actual and specific work. Completion of a 24-Hour Fall Protection class is a prerequisite for this class.
Date: Fri 3/26/21 8:00 AM-10:00 AM
Location: NWCOC Tuition: $44.00 Lab Fee: $20.00 Books: $14.00 Registration: $10.00 Total: $88.00
This class is an OSHA required class for annual fall protection refresher training.
Date: Thr, Fri, Sat 4/22/21-4/24/21 8:00 AM-4:30 PM
Location: NWCOC Tuition: $594.00 Lab Fee: $66.00 Books: $60.00 Registration: $30.00 Total: $750.00
You will Learn:
The role the employee has in preventing falls
To identify, recognize and evaluate fall hazards
To use appropriate systems and methods to prevent falls
To inspect and maintain fall-protection equipment
To use suspended access properly
To prevent and controlling falls
What is a fall-protection systems and how to set up it up
To test fall protection equipment
To become familiar with Oregon OSHA’s fall protection rules
To eliminate fall hazards
Fall arrest rescue systems and putting on the equipment properly