Fall Protection Competent Person - 3 Days
This 3-day training is a must for anyone responsible for the supervision of employees working at height and those charged with identifying, evaluating, and addressing potential fall hazards and taking prompt corrective action to address such hazards.
Alcoa Bob S.
The knowledge of OSHA regulation and being able to adapt to this group!
Dietrich Industries Scott C.
Small and casual course setting. Ability to take things apart in the lab and see how they work.
Esco Steel Mill Bill J.
The Instructor had a great way of explaining the content of the course.
New Page Paul T.
Class was helpful for me. Not ever being in the the crane industry before.
Freeport McMoRan Joseph L.
Learned things about rigging that I was previously misinformed about.
This course, facilitated by fall protection experts from LJB Inc., covers the fall protection Competent Person responsibilities defined in ANSI/ASSP Z359.2-2017. LJB does not manufacture, sell or distribute fall protection equipment, so our instruction provides unbiased information about the selection, use and limitations of equipment for hazard abatement.
Students will complete exercises on the elements of a managed fall protection program, including hazard identiﬁcation and control. In addition,students will practice harness ﬁtting, equipment use and inspection, fall clearance calculation, and creation of use procedures. Students will also complete a knowledge check to demonstrate understanding of all concepts introduced in the course. While only their employer may designate the student as a Competent Person for their organization, students will be provided a completion certiﬁcate and 2.4 continuing education units (CEUs).
• Deﬁne the OSHA regulations and ANSI standards pertaining to fall protection
• Identify the elements of a managed fall protection program, as deﬁned in ANSI/ASSP Z359.2-2017
• Identify fall hazards, assess hazard risk, and prioritize the hazards for abatement
• Describe each of the major elements of an active fall protection system
• Identify fall protection anchorage requirements for given scenarios
• Demonstrate proper ﬁt of a full-body harness
• Describe the use, restrictions, and limitations of connecting means
• Calculate the clearance required to prevent a worker form striking an object, or the ground
• Describe the importance of planning for prompt rescue when workers are usingactive fall protection systems
• Describe the use, restrictions, and limitations of some common rescue equipment
• Identify discrepancies in sample fall protection system equipment component(s)
• Create a written system use and rescue procedure that meets the standard deﬁned in ANSI/ASSP Z359.2-2017
• Describe considerations when using horizontal lifelines, mobile elevated work platforms, and scaﬀolding
• Managed Fall Protection
• Fall Hazard Survey
• Active Fall Protection System Equipment
• Fall Protection Equipment Inspection
• System Use and Rescue Procedures
• Horizontal Lifeline
• Mobile elevated work platforms (MEWPs)