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Fall Protection Training

Fall Protection in Construction Competent Person

In the construction sector, falls are the main cause of both fatalities and serious injuries. Our Fall Protection in Construction Competent Person training gives you the skills and confidence to protect your employees and maintain a legal workplace. It doesn't seem like there are any particular requirements for this course.

27 Modules

Why This Course Helpful


This extensive course, intended for safety managers, construction supervisors, and anybody else who want to become a "competent person" for fall protection, gives you the following additional authority:

• Become An Authority On Osha Compliance Learn more about OSHA's fall prevention regulations (29 CFR 1926.501 and 1926.502) so that you can apply them to your projects with assurance.

• Determine And Reduce The Risk Of Falls Gain the ability to spot possible fall hazards at any construction site, including leading edges, excavations, roof work, and scaffolding.

• Appropriate Fall Safety Measures Discover several kinds of fall protection devices, such as fall restraint systems, safety nets, guardrails, and personal fall arrest systems (PFAS). The course gives you the tools to select the best solution for every given task and set of working conditions.

• Proper Use And Maintenance Train your staff on how to safely use, check, and maintain all fall prevention equipment. This includes staying aware of anchoring spots, checking lifelines and harnesses for damage.

• Create A Plan For Fall Protection: Make a plan unique to the location that describes the fall risks, the specified fall protection areas, and the rescue techniques.

• Effectively Train Your Workforce This course gives you the resources and information you need to teach your employees fall prevention procedures so that everyone knows what to do and how to stay safe.

Course Modules - (27)

  • 1) Why Fall Protection Training is Important
  • 2) Safety Advice for Contractors on Fall Protection
  • 3) Fall Protection in Construction
  • 4) Using Fall Protection - Example from Dan Daley Construction
  • 1) OSHA’s Fall Protection Regulations for Construction
  • 2) OSHA Subpart M Fall Protection
  • 1) Falls most common cause of death in construction
  • 2) OSHA Protecting NYC Workers from Falls
  • 3) Workplace Falls and Injuries, Deaths, Accidents, Fatality
  • 1) What's an Authorized Person? Fall Protection
  • 2) What's a Qualified Person? Fall protection
  • 3) What is a Program Administrator? Construction Fall Protection
  • 4) Top 3 Roles and Responsibilities in a Construction Fall Protection Program:
  • 5) What's a Competent Rescuer? Fall Protection Training: Competent Rescuer Construction Fall Prevention
  • 6) What is an Authorized Rescuer? Fall Protection Training: Authorized Rescuer Fall Prevention Safety
  • 1) Competent vs Qualified Person
  • 2) What's a Competent Person? Fall Protection Training: Construction Competent Person
  • 3) Fall Protection in Construction: Requirements for Competent Persons
  • 4) Competent Person Fall Protection
  • 1) Falling Object Protection | Tool Lanyards, Safety Nets, Fall Protection,
  • 2) Tool Tethering Solutions
  • 3) How to Prevent Dropped Objects by Tethering, Topping and Trapping
  • 4) Walking-Working Surfaces OSHA Standard
  • 5) Slips Trips and Fall Hazards
  • 6) PREVENTING SLIPS, TRIPS, AND FALLS
  • 1) Force = Mass x Acceleration ,Tension force and Angle force
  • 1) Guardrails for Construction Job Sites
  • 2) OSHA Guardrail Systems
  • 3) OSHA-Safety Net Systems
  • 4) OSHA-Covering Holes - Fall Protection
  • 5) OSHA-Accessibility
  • 6) OSHA-Hoist Areas
  • 7) Toolbox Talk: Hole Covers
  • 8) Review -Fall Protection Topics
  • 9) Skylights | Roofing Safety, Fall Protection
  • 1) OSHA-Controlled Access Zones
  • 2) OSHA-Limited Access Zone
  • 3) OSHA-Controlled Decking Zones (Steel Erection)
  • 4) OSHA-Safety Monitoring Systems
  • 5) OSHA-Warning Line Systems
  • 6) Safety Monitor | OSHA, Fall Protection Training, Roofing Work, Workplace Accidents
  • 7) Warning Line | OSHA, Fall Protection Training, Roofing Work, Workplace Accidents
  • 8) CONTROLLED ACCESS ZONES AND MONITORING
  • 9) Controlled Access Zones
  • 1) Storage Prohibitions
  • 2) Hardhats
  • 3) Tethering of Tools
  • 4) Vertical Nets
  • 5) Sidewalk Sheds
  • 6) 3T's of Tool Tethering
  • 7) Doka Safety Net Fan - debris net system for any building structure
  • 1) Portable Ladder Safety
  • 2) Reducing Falls in Construction: Safe Use of Extension Ladders OSHA
  • 3) LADDER HAZARD INFORMATION
  • 4) Ladder Safety Checklist
  • 5) Job-made Wooden Ladders
  • 6) Ladders Oregon OSHA
  • 7) Stairs and Ladders PPT
  • 8) OSHA-Stairways and Ladders
  • 9) OSHA-Ladder Safety
  • 10) OSHA-Falls: Misuse of Portable Ladders
  • 1) The Dangers of Ladders
  • 2) Overview of Ladder Safety
  • 3) OSHA Standards for Ladders
  • 4) How to Pick the Right Ladder for the Job
  • 5) Ladder Safety Training Example
  • 6) How to Inspect and Maintain Your Ladder
  • 7) Overview of Portable Ladder Safety
  • 8) New Types of Ladders
  • 9) Ladder Safety Accessories
  • 10) How to Safely Set Up Your Portable Ladder
  • 11) Mobile Ladder Stands
  • 12) Introduction to Fixed Ladders
  • 13) Ladder Safety Systems
  • 14) Common Ladder Hazards and Mistakes
  • 15) How to Properly Store Your Ladder
  • 1) Fall Protection Training for Construction Companies
  • 1) OSHA Subpart L Scaffold
  • 2) Using Scaffolding Correctly - Apartment Construction Demonstration
  • 3) Overview of Scaffolding in Construction
  • 4) Single-point Adjustable
  • 5) Two-point (swing stage)
  • 1) Frame Scaffold or Fabricated Frame
  • 2) Tube and Coupler
  • 1) Planning for Fall Protection at Construction Jobsites
  • 2) Three Keys To An Effective Fall Protection Plan
  • 3) Model Fall Protection Plan
  • 4) Fall Protection Program
  • 5) Sample Written Program for Fall Protection
  • 6) Risk Assessment | Planning to Use Fall Protection,
  • 7) Elimination of Fall Hazards
  • 8) Overview of Fall Protection Options
  • 1) Aerial Lifts
  • 2) Summit Aerial Lift Safety Video
  • 3) Aerial Lift Fall Protection
  • 4) Scissor Lifts
  • 5) Scissor Lift Walk Around Inspection
  • 6) Scissor Lift Safety Tips
  • 1) FALL PROTECTION BASICS | ABCD’s, Demonstration, PFAS, Fall Restraint vs. Fall Arrest, and more!
  • 2) How to Put on a Fall Protection Harness
  • 3) Inspection and Maintenance of Fall Protection Equipment
  • 4) How to Inspect Fall Protection Equipment
  • 5) Fall Protection Anchors | Temporary and Permanent, Ridge Anchor, Guardian
  • 6) Fall Protection Anchors for Construction - clamps, I-beam, beamer, strap (M3V1 Anchors Overview)
  • 7) ABC of Fall Protection
  • 8) 3M Fall Protection - Fall Protection ABCDs
  • 9) Components of a Fall Arrest System
  • 1) Self Retracting Lifelines (SRLs) in Construction
  • 2) Self-Retracting Lifelines
  • 3) Self Retracting Lifelines (SRLs), Fall Arrest, Positioning Devices, Safety Nets | Fall Protection
  • 1) Fall Restraint vs. Fall Arrest in Construction
  • 2) Fall Prevention | Guardrails, Hole Covers, Fall Restraint Systems
  • 3) Using Positioning Devices as Fall Protection for Construction Projects
  • 4) Personal Fall Restraint System Components
  • 1) Horizontal Lifeline | Fall Protection
  • 2) What is a Temporary Horizontal Lifeline and What are Some Typical Uses for Them?
  • 3) HTL Horizontal Lifeline
  • 4) How to Use a Horizontal Temporary Life Line - Height Safety - Restraint
  • 5) What is a Vertical Lifeline Assembly and when is it used?
  • 6) Fall Protection Vertical Lifeline Assembly with Rope Grab
  • 7) Vertical and Horizontal Lifelines
  • 1) Fall Protection for Leading Edge and Sharp Edge
  • 2) Fall Protection in Leading Edge Work
  • 3) Falls in Construction/Leading Edge Work
  • 1) Fall Distance
  • 2) Calculation Fall Distances
  • 3) How to Calculate Fall Clearance Distance with SRL’s? SRL Fall Protection
  • 4) Do the Math - Calculating Fall Clearance Tutorial
  • 1) How to Rescue a Fallen Worker
  • 2) How to Rescue a Fallen Worker from a Roof
  • 3) Self Rescue
  • 1) Tool Box Talk Housekeeping
  • 2) HOUSEKEEPING POLICY
  • 3) Housekeeping OSHA Standard
  • 4) HOUSEKEEPING AT CONSTRUCTION SITE(TIPS)
  • 5) Housekeeping - The Importance of the Basics
  • 6) Housekeeping on the Jobsite
  • 1) ‘Fall’ Hazards Trainer Guide
  • 2) Fall Prevention Training Guide
  • 3) Falls Presentation
  • 4) Review
  • 1) Falls in Construction/Floor Openings
  • 2) Falls in Construction - Skylights
  • 3) Falls in Construction/Fixed Scaffolds
  • 4) Falls in Construction/Bridge Decking
  • 5) Falls in Construction/Reroofing
  • 6) Falls in Construction/Leading Edge Work

Why Should You Consider PDH Safety?


There are several benefits to taking Pdhsafety's Fall Protection Competent Person training.

•Online Convenience

Learn whenever and wherever you choose, at your own speed. You can finish the course modules at your own pace thanks to the easily navigable online platform.

•Expert-Developed Content

You will obtain the most recent and pertinent knowledge for your sector because the course was developed by construction safety specialists. 

•Engaging Learning Format

A range of educational approaches, such as video lectures, interactive activities, and downloadable materials, help you stay involved.

•Cost-Effective Solution

At a competitive price, make an investment in your employees' and your company's safety. And we are offering money back guarantee to our customers. 

•Certificate of Completion

If you pass, you'll get a certificate attesting to your proficiency in fall protection.

What You’ll Learn In The Course


Understanding Fall Hazards and Risks

Fall Protection Standards and Regulations

Types of Fall Protection Systems

Guardrail Systems: Selection, Installation, and Use

Safety Net Systems: Design, Installation, and Inspection

Personal Fall Arrest Systems (PFAS)

Fall Restraint Systems: Safe Use and Limitations

Anchorages and Tie-Off Points

Training Workers on Fall Protection Procedures

Developing a Fall Protection Plan

Fall Protection for Residential Construction


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Price: $49.99

This Course Includes

  • Modules : 27
  • Duration : 10 Hours
  • Certificate : Yes
  • Language : English
  • Skill Level : Expert
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