Fall Protection User
People working at heights need to know how to identify the hazards along with selecting the most appropriate means to protect themselves. This course will teach the concepts needed to ensure that anyone working at height can think critically about their task and make the best decision in the circumstance.
$200 + GST
Pricing is stated for regular open enrolment training. Private class pricing may vary based on a few factors.
Valid for 3 Years
The 3-year expiry is NOT a regulatory requirement (no matter what anyone else tells you). This is an industry best practice.
Takes 8 Hours
We budget for a full day of training. This isn’t a quick “put on a harness, then go home” course. This will be a diligent training session.
OHS Regulation Part 11 – Fall Protection
Hierarchy of Fall Protection Systems
Fall Protection Equipment
Fall Protection Plan & Employer Requirements
Fall protection equipment capabilities & limitations
Harness fitting workshop
Fall distance calculations
Fall protection system analysis or setup
Harness suspension (optional)
Language Benchmark Report
We care about learning accessibility, and had our course reviewed by a third party. Their report outlines an assessment of the English level required to successfully participate in class, as well as suggestions for how to improve accessibility.
We are working to improve accessibility and will get another assessment completed at that time.
Reading The course requires a Reading level CLB-8-9.
Writing The course requires a Writing level of CLB 4.
Click HERE for a reference of Reading & Writing Levels
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Frequently Asked Questions
What kind of equipment do we need to bring?
- Anchor Connector suitable for the type of work you do, and
- Measuring tape
How does the online training work?
The online training is essentially the same as the in-person training in almost every way. The ONE thing we cannot do in the online version is the harness suspension (which is optional anyway).
We host the online course through an online platform (e.g. Zoom).
Materials get shipped to the students prior to class. Shipped items will come with a prepaid return shipping label for returning gear after the class.
- Fall Protection User Manual
- Damaged Equipment for the inspection activity
- Harness, Lanyard, and Anchor connector suitable for the work being done. THIS IS ONLY if the student does not already have this equipment on hand. This is an equipment LOAN to help the student have the best quality training materials available.
The certification card and hard had sticker will be mailed to the student (or client/employer) upon successful completion of the course, and RECEIPT of returned gear.
Students must have a computer (NOT just a smartphone), a private area while attending class and a high speed, stable internet connection.
Will I be able to stay awake?
Many safety courses are dry, not relevant, and boring. Really boring. If it’s not the course material, it’s the instructor. Some agencies believe they can talk AT you for hours and that you’ll somehow learn all the stuff.
We know from 20+ years of experience + current adult instructional knowledge this approach is woefully inadequate.
Every topic in the class is there for a reason. Each topic will have some type of activity the participants DO/INTERACT WITH in order to develop or confirm learning.
In summary… our courses are NOT boring. While it won’t be like going to Disneyland, participants will find themselves being engaged throughout the day, and they WILL learn something.
- Everyone must answer the COVID questions prior to beginning training.
- Everyone is required to wear a mask for the duration of training.
- Physical distancing of 2m will be maintained at all times.
- Hands must be fully sanitized before and after touching equipment (for equipment-related training)
- The classroom must provide a minimum of 40 sq ft per person.