Awareness Training In The Workplace Is A Necessity, Not A Luxury
Our 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 – As mentioned above, this class is typically offered as group training, which is based on the number of participants. If only one or two employees need the training, they generally attend a course at our full-service state-of-the-art facility in Central New Jersey, where they are exposed to multiple types of equipment. Under either alternative, they gain the knowledge and skills necessary to safely work at height. Please click on the blue button below to inquire about a group rate and let us know the anticipated number of attendees, after which we will email you a link to register and make payment.
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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.
- 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.