Fall Protection Train the Trainer
Prerequisite Requirement: Fall Protection Competent Person
|Do NOT order this class if you have not successfully taken Fall Protection Competent Person with Honeywell within the past two years. If you have a Competent Person certificate, but it's not through Honeywell, we require advanced approval before taking this course. Please call 855-565-6722.|
Fall protection has developed over the years into a complex field of safety engineering; the subject matter of this four-day comprehensive course is complex and dynamic and gives the participants knowledge in very specific areas. We suggest that those attending have had other courses or a basic knowledge of fall protection principles and terminology. Training techniques / adult learning is a key focus of this training course. This training will prepare students to teach inter-company at the Awareness level.
- Introduction and Orientation
- Pre-test (baseline of current level of knowledge)
- Gravity Kills Video (Overview of the Principles of Fall Protection)
- The Fundamentals of Fall Protection (Five Modules)
- Why do we need Fall Protection
- “3 Key Steps” to Fall Protection
- Systems Specifications
- ABC’s of a Personal Fall Arrest System (hands on)
- Critical Concepts of Fall Protection
- Review of day one
- Plant Tour (includes manufacturing and testing facilities)
- Anchor points, selection, evaluation and practical applications
- Overview of Horizontal Systems and unique applications
- Basic Rescue Preparedness
- Equipment Inspection Exercise
- Review of Applicable OSHA Legislation
- Equipment Hazard Alerts
- Hazard Recognition Exercise
- Determine solutions for identified fall hazards in specific situations
- Final Review
- Final Exam
- Student Presentation
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Supervisory Personnel, Safety Managers, Foremen, Crew Chiefs and Job Site Superintendents who are responsible for providing fall protection training.
Honeywell Training provides each student with a sample bag of training materials and incentives, including a copy of 1926 OSHA regulations, 1910 OSHA regulation, course manual and inspection manual, roll-out kit for demonstrations and other items.
NOTE: Training materials for future use such as videos and workbooks are not included in the course materials, however students will be provided with sample materials to build their courses.
Honeywell Train the Trainer program presentation tools, manuals and any videos or images are not to be used, recreated or duplicated. Trainers who are not hired or employed by Honeywell may not represent themselves, their organizations or their training program as Honeywell.