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Fall Protection for Construction

    Fall Protection for Construction

    According to OSHA, falls are the most frequent cause of death for workers in the construction industry. Many of these incidents are preventable when proper precautions are taken, making fall protection training not only critical, but also required for all construction workers. Fall Protection for Construction identifies common hazards and explains important safety practices to help ensure every team member is prepared to recognize fall hazards on the job and understand how to keep themselves and others safe.

    Course Objectives

    This intermediate-level online course offers essential fall protection training for the construction industry. Course topics include:

    • An overview of fall protection
    • Common fall hazards
    • Fall hazard evaluation and control
    • Fall prevention training requirements
    • Passive and active fall protection systems
    • Alternate fall protection systems
    • Fall protection planning
    • Additional fall protection considerations

    Course participants will learn how to avoid falls and mitigate hazards per OSHA, American National Standards Institute (ANSI), and National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) recommendations for workplace safety.

    Course Audience

    Fall Protection for Construction is intended for all employers and employees responsible for following OSHA’s fall protection standards, including:

    • Construction workers
    • Construction supervisors
    • Construction managers

    To determine if this course is appropriate for your training needs, contact us online, call 800-971-1080, or browse our full assortment of courses and safety packs.

    Course Features and Benefits

    Upon completion of Fall Protection for Construction, students should understand the fundamentals of fall protection and are prepared to identify and control fall hazards using active, passive, and alternate systems. Additionally, students will learn more about OSHA’s recommendations for fall protection in construction and planning strategies to create a safer work environment for all team members.

    Burlington, MA 01803
    Call: 800.971.1080