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Qualified Inspection of Fall Protection Equipment
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Based on 40% Lecture, 40% Workshop, 20% Evaluation
Upon completion of this fall protection program and achieving a minimum of 85% on a written exam and on a series of practical exercises, participants will be able to:
141(2) The training referred to in subsection (1) must include the following:
(a) a review of current Alberta legislation pertaining to fall protection
(b) an understanding of what a fall protection plan is
(c) fall protection methods a worker is required to use at a work site
(d) identification of fall hazards;
(e) assessment and selection of specific anchors that the worker may use
(f) instructions for the correct use of connecting hardware;
(g) information about the effect of a fall on the human body, including: maximum arresting force, the purpose of shock and energy absorbers, swing fall, free fall
(h) pre-use inspection
(i) emergency response procedures to be used at the work site, if necessary; and
(j) practice in inspecting, fitting, adjusting and connecting fall protection systems and components, and (ii) emergency response procedures.
141(3) In addition to the training described in subsection (2), an employer must ensure that a worker is made aware of the fall hazards particular to that work site and the steps being taken to eliminate or control those hazards.
Note this course is for site specific regulation review, and the ability to perform Fall Protection will be done in a safe classroom setting only. It is recommended that the participant is then assessed by the organization with a qualified instructor from their facility to assess their competence in Fall Protection