Fall Protection Equipment Inspection
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The 8-hour Fall Protection Equipment Inspection Course is a course designed for a tool crib worker that needs to inspect the equipment prior to issuing to the users, but does not have the level of responsibility the competent person does. The training provides experience, methodology and in-depth look at all standards (ANSI & CSA) and regulations (OSHA) covering inspection of personal fall arrest systems. Additionally, a newly trained "competent person" who is responsible for the annual inspecting of personal fall arrest systems. The newly trained competent person may need additional hands on inspection experience to broaden their inspection education.
- Competent Inspector Definition and Requirements
- Inspection Pass/Fail Criteria
- American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
- Canadian Standards Association (CSA)
- Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
- Inspection Procedures
- Hands-On Practical Exercises
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
All personnel interested in additional experience inspecting personal fall protection equipment. As stated above, this is excellent training for a tool crib worker (pre-use inspection) or a newly trained competent person (annual inspections) who needs additional hands on inspection experience.
Reference materials including compilation of standards covering inspection, schematics of personal fall arrest systems, checklists, inspection program guidelines and certificate of compliance.