Awareness Training In The Workplace Is A Necessity, Not A Luxury

Awareness (Previously Authorizer User) Group InstructionOur fall awareness training is designed for individuals with frequent exposure to fall hazards in the workplace. We often conduct this four-hour course at customer premises where a group of employees can be trained in a cost-effective manner without the logistics involved in traveling to an off-site facility. An added advantage is that workers are trained on the specific equipment they use in their day-to-day environment and can share real-world experiences and concerns.


This class is typically offered as group training, and cost varies according to the number of participants. If you have questions or would like a cost quote for a group registration, give us a call. One of our experts also can help you if you are unsure about the training needed. A course description follows.


Who Should Attend – Non-supervisory personnel with limited knowledge of hazards in the workplace as they apply to working at height and the procedures required to eliminate them.

Class Size – 25

Course Materials – Reference materials, course completion certificate and wallet card as requested.

Duration: 4 Hours

Cost And Availability РPlease call us or submit an online request to inquire about rates and class availability. After a discussion with you, we will email you a link to register and make payment as needed.


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OVERVIEW *

Summary: Participants gain knowledge and skills necessary to identify and avoid hazards associated with working at height. Featured content includes a series of presentations, demonstrations and hands-on exercises.

Program Topics:

  • Overview of fall protection and why it is needed;
  • Hazard recognition, evaluation and control;
  • Fall prevention vs. protection;
  • Basic principles of fall forces (live demonstrations);
  • Overview of personal fall arrest systems (PFAS);
  • Selection, use and care;
  • Equipment inspection procedures;
  • Proper procedures for equipment usage and wear; and
  • Field application exercises with demonstrations and hands-on activities.

*Portions of course information were provided courtesy of Miller Fall Protection.

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