Fall Protection Working at Heights Program

Fall Protection Working at Heights

We are currently only offering this course out of our Cambridge, London, Stratford, and Windsor locations.

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This full-day program is designed for workers in the Ontario construction industry and covers all of the required training under Ontario Regulation 213/91 (Construction Projects). Our program meets the requirements of the Working at Heights Training Standard and has been approved by Chief Prevention Officer. The program includes both theoretical and practical modules, which will educate students on the concepts and principles of fall safety. After completing the program, students will be able to identify on-site fall hazards, understand system options available for fall safety, and properly set up and use those systems.

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Fall Protection Group Certified Instructor

Course Overview

  • Fall dynamics and hazard identification.
  • Rights and responsibilities related to working at height.
  • Ladder safety.
  • Legislative requirements for worker fall safety.
  • Fall hazard control and system options.
  • Personal fall protection components.
  • Rescue requirements and planning.
  • Equipment care principles.

The course is delivered by one of our Fall Protection Group Certified Instructors.

Why Take Fall Protection Training?

In today's world, there are many hazards that can cause workers to fall from heights. Whether you're working in a construction or manufacturing environment, or doing construction work on your home, there are many things that can cause you to fall.

The Fall Protection Working at Heights Program will help you understand what causes falls, what the hazards are and how to prevent them. We'll also cover the different types of fall protection equipment available and how to use them correctly.

This program is designed for anyone who works at heights and is required to have fall protection measures in place by law. It will also benefit people who are looking for ways to improve their safety practices while working at heights.