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Fall Protection User

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  • Duration

    1/2 day

  • Language

    English

  • Course code

    ISP600

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Fall Protection User

Objective

Upon completion of the course, the delegate will be able to:
- Discuss falling hazards specific to your situation(s)
- Explain the physics of fall arrest
- State the reason for harness inspection prior to each use
- Perform a harness inspection
- Determine the capacity of fall arrest equipment
- List environmental concerns
- Explain the proper connection to anchor points
- Don and properly fit a full body harness
- Describe proper storage of a harnesses
- Demonstrate his/her ability to use the "First Man Up" pole

Target Group

Any worker, offshore or onshore, who will be working at a height of six feet or greater

Prerequisites

There is no prerequisite for this course.

Examination

The delegate will be required to attain a minimum score of 70% on a written assessment and be deemed competent on a practical assessment.

Course Contents

The topics covered during this training are:
- Fall Arresting Equipment
- Full Body Harness
- Tie-Off Points
- Inspections and Maintenance
- The six Steps of PFAS
- Six Most Commin Mistakes Made in Fall Protection
- Rescue Plan
- Site Specific Rescue Assessments
- Developing a post-Fall Rescue Plan
- OSHA and PFAS Falls
- The Seven Phases of a PFAS Rescue
- Emergency Response
- Rescue Equipment