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Training Courses

Fall Protection | 4 Hours

This half-day end user program will allow you to understand the essentials of fall protection as it relates to simple systems and work at heights. This course is suitable for individuals whose work environment is relatively homogeneous (i.e. where you work only within the setting of an aerial work platform). The anchor point is consistent and established and your equipment choice is static.

Features

  • Hazard identification
  • Fall protection oversight
  • Fall safety systems and planning
  • Shared and personal systems
  • Anchor points - strength requirement, types
  • Body holding devices – types and fitting
  • Connectors – basic lanyards, energy absorbers and SRLs
  • Equipment care

Course Details

Full Course Outline

Optional Personal Protective Equipment : CSA Fall Protection Safety Harness

Food: Coffee and donuts will be provided in the morning. A microwave is available in the classroom and there are many amenities near the training facility.

Theory Portion:

The classroom theory portion of the course covers regulations and end user responsibilities; essential fall protection systems; and equipment inspection and use.  The written theory exam has a minimum passing grade of 75%.  Please note the exam is closed-book and must be completed independently. The instructor is only able to provide limited assistance therefore English language proficiency is required.

Practical Evaluation:

The practical evaluation includes the equipment inspection process as well as a harness fitting evaluation with an optional Harness Suspension component. Students must show they can properly wear the approved safety harness.

Students who fail the course will not be granted a refund of their course fee, and must retake the course in its entirety, at full cost, if they wish to make another attempt.

Cancellation, Lateness, and Conduct

  • Students must arrive 10 min prior to the start of the class in order to sign in.
  • The course will begin promptly at the start time
  • Students who arrive more than 10 minutes after the course has begun will not be able to participate and will forfeit their course fee.
  • Students will be required to be attentive and participate throughout the course. If at any time the student fails to adhere to WesternOne Safety Policies or is absence from the class for more than 15 minutes of instructional time; they will be asked to leave and will forfeit their course fee.
  • If at any time the student is required to leave due to unforeseen circumstances they will be given the option to reschedule and finish the course at a later date.
  • WesternOne requires a minimum of 24 hours cancelation notice prior to the course date and must be confirmed with the instructor. Without sufficient cancelation notice you may not be eligible for a credit.
  • If you need to reschedule a course which is already booked, sufficient notice of at least 24 hours prior to the course date will be required. All course bookings must be confirmed with the instructor.
  • Minimum class sizes may apply and WesternOne reserves the right to cancel or reschedule courses due to low attendance or unforeseen circumstances.

By attending this training course, you have agreed to the above policies

Fall Protection | 8 Hours

This half-day end user program will allow you to understand the essentials of fall protection as it relates to simple systems and work at heights. This course is suitable for individuals whose work environment is relatively homogeneous (i.e. where you work only within the setting of an aerial work platform). The anchor point is consistent and established and your equipment choice is static.

Features

Hazard identification
Fall protection oversight
Fall safety systems and planning
Shared and personal systems
Anchor points - strength requirement, types
Body holding devices – types and fitting
Connectors – basic lanyards, energy absorbers and SRLs
Equipment care

Course Details