Learn About Fall Protection in an Online Course

This online Fall Protection course provides the knowledge to minimize fall hazards and protect against serious injury.

This course focuses on the importance of fall protection, systems and components, calculations and fall protection planning and procedures. Upon completing this online course, a certificate of successful completion will be available to download and print.

Fall Protection Training

    Fall Protection Online Course

     Fall Arrest Protection

    Canada Safety Training’s Online Fall Arrest Protection Course will guide you through all aspects of Fall Arrest, from the different types of Fall Protection, to what personal protective equipment to use and how to calculate Fall Clearances.

    Our comprehensive course will explain in detail what you need to know, emphasize key points and test your knowledge retention after each module.

    Many industries require this course, and you should check with your employer to see whether or not you need Fall Arrest Protection Training. Doing both theory and practical on-site training shows the employer is doing their “Due Diligence” and will comply with Occupational Health and Safety Regulations.

    After completing this course, you will be issued a certificate of completion. This training program includes the theory, tools, and knowledge of fall protection to work safely at any height on any site. Content within this ESC fall protection course consists of video analysis, teacher presentations, and student discussion.

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    The Objectives of this Course are: * NOTE TO OUR ONTARIO CUSTOMERS

    This online Fall Protection Training course WILL NOT meet the Ontario Ministry of Labour guidelines for Working at Heights certification. If you work in Ontario and require Working at Heights training, please click here for more information or contact our office, and we can arrange in-class training for you as per the Ministry of Labour Guidelines.

    This is the easiest way to keep workers safe and meet compliance as there is nothing for the worker to do but stay within the rails. Regardless of your type, rails are the most accessible fall protection system.

    Become certified in fall protection. I recently took the Fall Protection Instructors course through Haland Learning. This course was in-depth on the documentation, liability and safety components required to be a successful trainer in this field. It also focused on effective teaching methods and the more human side needed to be a great teacher! Most companies that offer similar courses lack in this area.

    Also, the training & certification materials that are provided for both the instructor and end users are the best I’ve seen. They set up new instructors for success. Our fall protection instructor course aims to set a high standard of training by requiring active engagement and effort from every instructor candidate.

    To obtain and maintain certification as a fall protection instructor, you will be required to complete the following actions: To learn more about fall protection training and other safety training courses, reach out to the team at TMA Training by phone at (647) 633-3464. Our experts take safety seriously and will work with you to provide the necessary equipment and knowledge to stay safe on the job. Our Fall Protection User course is accredited as an NCSO Approved course.

    All our instructors delivering our training are now automatically approved as well. No effort was expended from our instructors for them to be recognized. Getting accredited was no small task. In most cases, fall protection training expires three years after completing a certified course.

    Course Overview

    Fall Protection

    Some operations and companies may require recertification more frequently, but this 3-year period is the standard for BC. Many fall protection training courses can be completed online, but this may not be enough for full certification in some industries.

    Train for fall protection awareness. That being said, there is no prescriptive requirement (in the BC OHS Regulation, the Workers Compensation Act, or the CSA Standards) stating that ANY fall protection instructor training is required to teach this information to others. If a provider tries to convince you otherwise, they’re ignorant or lying.

    Neither is good. Falls are the leading cause of injuries and safety incidents across North America. Even if they occur from a relatively low height, falls can cause serious injuries. That is why anyone working at heights of 10 ft or higher must complete a fall protection training course.

    These courses teach individuals the proper use of fall protection equipment, safety techniques, and applicable standards to minimize the risk of safety incidents. As of April 1, 2015, the Ministry of Labour for Ontario has implemented new Fall Arrest Protection training regulations. The training is called “Working at Heights” and can only be taken in a classroom by a certified provider.

    The Ministry of Labour for Ontario will provide the list of providers. There will be a two-year implementation period for workers to obtain this training (April 1, 2017). In Ontario, the Occupational Health and Safety Act requires workers who use specific fall protection equipment on construction projects to complete Working at Heights (WAH) training approved by the Chief Prevention Officer.

    The Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development is proposing to amend O. Reg. 297/13 (Occupational Health and Safety Awareness and Training) to recognize alternative methods of fall protection training. Fall Protection theoretical training and evaluation course, by the OHS Act, addressed to individuals working at heights of more than 3 metres (10 feet).

    Employers/Supervisors must provide workplace-specific hands-on practice in emergency response procedures and inspecting, fitting, adjusting, and connecting fall protection systems and their components.

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