24-hr. Competent Person Fall Protection and Authorized Rescuer (EM385-1-1)
Tuesday, May 16, 2017 at 7:30 AM (PDT)
This is a 24-hour, 3-day course taking place
Tuesday through Thursday, May 16-18, from 7:30am - 3:30pm
A light lunch will be provided.
This 24-hour training is in accordance with EM385-1-1, 29CFR 1926, California Title 8 and ANSI requirements covering Fall Protection. This course includes classroom instruction in addition to the required practical hands-on training.
• An integrated study of Hazard Recognition and Abatement Principles related to Falls on Construction Worksites.
• Available Equipment, Equipment Use, Maintenance, Storage and Inspection Requirements to Maintain Compliance, as well as
• Basic Rescue Techniques and Emergency Action Procedures.
• The Study of Compliance Issues and Challenges Facing Safety Professionals including Mishap and Case Study Analysis, California and Federal General Safety Standards, Worksite Inspection, Interfacing with Compliance Officials, Vertical and Horizontal Standards, and Common Construction Industry Compliance Issues are also discussed.
ADDITIONAL TOPICS INCLUDE:
•Body Harness Devices
Participants will gain basic understanding of rescue from fall protection equipment. Our interactive approach allows individuals to practice these new techniques in their work environment.
Our training gives your personnel exposure to industrial climbing and rescue techniques and equipment in a controlled environment specific to their job. Custom courses can be designed for specific applications such as buildings, dams, bridges, towers, amusement park rides and pipelines. This introductory course allows you and your staff to learn the fall protection rescue fundamentals that apply to your particular job description and to practice these techniques in real life situations.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Anyone managing a safety program or who are responsible to be the on-site Competent Person, staff who work at heights including Safety Managers, Safety Directors, Onsite Managers, Supervisors, Section Leads and Responsible Persons.
WHAT TO BRING (optional): Feel free to bring your personal fall protection harness with you to class. Doing so will provide the opportunity to learn how to properly wear your personal gear in addition to performing all the required inspections. If your Company has other equipment you'd like to bring to class, it can be inspected as well (i.e. lifelines, lanyards, anchorages, etc.) Bringing in some of your own gear to class will provide you with practical experience using your own equipment in addition to the equipment provided in class.
Are you tuition covered? If so, please call Judy at (858) 513-4700 to register.
Class parking is located in the lot behind the building. The gates to the right of the building will be open. Please park in back. You will access your classroom from the back parking lot.
CANCELLATION POLICY: To receive a refund, you must provide 72 business-hours notice of cancellation. If you are tuition-covered, PLEASE NOTE your training funds can only pay for your tuition if you attend the entire class and receive your certificate. If you do not cancel within the required time or do not show up for or complete the course, you or your company (whoever registers you for the course) will be responsible for the full tuition.
Please call Judy at (858) 513-4700 if you have any questions.
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ABC San Diego-Continuing Education & Safety Training
ABC, Inc. provides quality in-class and on-line training for Construction and General Industry businesses and their employees. We offer a wide range of Safety, Trade and Leadership classes and seminars. Our classes can be customized for your company and held on your site or ours. Please contact us at (858) 513-4700 for more information.
If you are an ABC member contributing to the Training Fund, you may be eligible for tuition coverage. Please contact Judy at (858) 513-4700 to see if you qualify.
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