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Swing Staging Training

Swing Stage Competent Person

A competent person according to OSHA is someone with the ability to recognize potential hazards in the environment or working conditions that pose risks to employees' safety and health, and who is empowered to promptly address and resolve them.

22 Modules

What is an OSHA Competent Person?


Safeguarding the well-being of both employers and employees remains paramount at construction sites. To enhance safety and ensure adherence to regulations, specific industry standards are in place to offer additional layers of protection. Central to this endeavor is the presence of a designated competent individual onsite, responsible for supervising safety procedures and implementing any required modifications throughout the project duration.

  • Any competent person who can recognize possible and current hazards at work that could be unsafe to employees. 

The person who is authorized to remove these risks or stop the work if needed.

Someone who defines if it is safe to work on a project.


Course Modules - (22)

  • 1) Suspended Scaffold Intro
  • 2) Suspended Scaffold
  • 3) Criteria for Suspended Scaffolds
  • 4) Toolbox Talk: Suspended Scaffold Safety
  • 1) OSHA Definitions: Who are Competent, Qualified, Designated, and Certified Persons?
  • 2) What is an OSHA Competent Person?
  • 3) Competant VS Qualified Person in Safety
  • 1) Case Study "Dramatic Rescue After Scaffolding Collapse In Palmetto Bay"
  • 2) Preventing Worker Injuries and Deaths Caused by Falls From Suspension Scaffolds
  • 1) OSHA-Suspended Scaffold/Swing Stage
  • 1) OSHA-Catenary
  • 2) OSHA-Float (ship)
  • 3) OSHA-Interior Hung
  • 4) OSHA-Multi-level
  • 5) OSHA-Multi-point Adjustable
  • 6) OSHA-Needle Beam
  • 7) OSHA-Single-point Adjustable
  • 1) Subpart E : Personal Protective and Life Saving Equipment
  • 2) Personal Protective and Life Saving Equipment
  • 3) Subpart M : Fall Prevention
  • 4) Subpart L: Scaffolds
  • 5) OSHA 1926.450 - Scope, Application and Definitions Applicable to this Subpart
  • 1) Donning a Fall Protection Harness
  • 2) Inspection of fall protection
  • 3) Inspection Procedures Harness
  • 4) Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Introduction | PPE Safety Training for Construction Workers
  • 5) Fall Protection Harness Selection
  • 1) Measurements for Assessing Fall Hazards and Controls
  • 2) Calculating Fall Distance
  • 3) Fall Distance Educator
  • 4) Fall Protection Fact Sheet
  • 5) Warning Line | OSHA, Fall Protection Training, Roofing Work, Workplace Accidents
  • 6) Falling Object Protection | Tool Lanyards, Safety Nets, Fall Protection, Oregon OSHA
  • 7) Do the Math - Calculating Fall Clearance Tutorial (M2V4 Do the Math
  • 8) Drop Object Incidents 3T's of Tool Tethering
  • 1) Hand and Power Tool Safety
  • 2) Suspended Scaffold Use
  • 3) SUSPENDED SCAFFOLDING SAFETY
  • 4) Hand and Power Tools Training
  • 5) Distracted Work at Height - Don’t Do It!
  • 6) CODE OF SAFE PRACTICES FOR SUSPENDED SCAFFOLDS
  • 7) High winds cause workers to swing on scaffolding
  • 8) Wind Speeds and Swing Stages
  • 9) FALL PROTECTION | Parapet Clamps
  • 10) 6,000 lb Rated Removable Concrete Anchor
  • 11) Roof Loading from Swing Stage Rigging
  • 1) SUSPENDED SCAFFOLD ROOFTOP RIGGING
  • 2) Requirements for TwoPoint Adjustable Suspension Scaffolds
  • 3) Counterweight Formula
  • 4) Calculating the Load on a Suspended Scaffolding Hoist
  • 5) CODE OF SAFE PRACTICES
  • 6) Safety talk Suspended access equipment—Counterweights
  • 7) Counter Weight Calculation
  • 8) Counterweight Formula
  • 9) Suspended access equipment—Counterweights
  • 10) Multi-tier Suspended Platform Load Rating
  • 1) Hoist, Platform & Rigging Equipment Practices
  • 2) Swing Stages, an Introduction
  • 3) POWER CLIMBER POWERMOD PLATFORM
  • 4) SUSPENDED ACCESS EQUIPMENT
  • 5) Suspended Board Rooftop Rigging Logistics
  • 6) Calculating the Load on a Suspended Scaffolding Hoist
  • 7) OVERLOADING SUSPENDED SCAFFOLD HOISTS
  • 8) Power for Suspended Scaffolds
  • 9) Rigging for Stall Load of a Hoist
  • 1) 2 Minute Tool Box Talk on the Effect of Sling Angles on SWL
  • 2) Crosby Rigging Tips: Side loading of shackles
  • 1) Ropes 101: The Three Types and When to use Them
  • 2) A Secure, Permanent Hitch - The Scaffold Knot
  • 3) Scaffold Hitch - How to Tie the Scaffold Hitch - How to Suspend a Plank with Rope
  • 4) 7 Essential Knots You Need To Know
  • 5) How to tie two Half Hitches in under 30 seconds
  • 6) How to tie a Square Knot in under 30 seconds
  • 7) How to tie a Sheet Bend in under 30 seconds
  • 8) How to Tie the Most Useful Knot in the World (Bowline)
  • 9) How to tie a Clove Hitch in under 30 seconds
  • 10) Termination Knot
  • 11) GUIDELINES FOR ROPE ACCESS
  • 12) Basic Ropes & Knots
  • 13) SER INSTRUCTION MANUAL TIE-OFF ADAPTER AND SCAFFOLD CHOKER ANCHORAGE CONNECTORS
  • 1) Wire Rope Termination
  • 2) Wire Rope Tip Preparation
  • 3) How To Work With Wire Rope and Wire Rope Clips
  • 4) Installing Wire Rope Clips - The Right Way
  • 5) Wire Rope Frequently Asked Questions
  • 6) VERIFY YOUR WIRE ROPE TERMINATIONS: INCORRECT TERMINATIONS CAN LEAD TO CATASTROPHIC FAILURE
  • 7) Working Safely with Wire Rope
  • 8) Rigging Hardware
  • 9) Which Shackle Should You Be Using?
  • 10) Inspecting Shackles
  • 1) Swing Stage Inspections
  • 2) SUSPENDED SCAFFOLD PRE-OPERATION INSPECTION CHECKLIST
  • 1) Suspended Scaffold Basics Rigging and Operating Procedures
  • 2) Rigging for Stall Load of a Hoist
  • 3) SAFE WORK PROCEDURES SWING STAGE RIGGING
  • 1) Rope Grabs and Lanyard Length for Window Cleaners
  • 2) Rope Grab Instruction Video
  • 3) Safety Talk How to inspect a Rope Grab and how to use a Rope Grab
  • 4) Lifeline Inspection Authorized Person Training
  • 5) Mobile Rope Grab
  • 6) Rope Grabs
  • 7) USER INSTRUCTION MANUAL SYNTHETIC ROPE GRAB
  • 8) Horizontal Lifelines and Suspended Scaffolds
  • 1) Testing motors for swing stage
  • 2) Spider SC1000 Traction Hoist Features
  • 3) Emergency Features of Sky Climber Hoists
  • 1) Suspended Scaffold Installation Inspections
  • 2) MIOSHA Fact Sheet -Suspended Scaffold Safety
  • 3) Safety talk Suspended access equipment—Counterweights
  • 4) Safety talk outrigger beam swing stage inspection
  • 5) SUSPENDED SCAFFOLD PRE-OPERATION INSPECTION CHECKLIST
  • 1) CODE OF SAFE PRACTICES FOR ADJUSTABLE SUSPENDED SCAFFOLDS
  • 1) Wielding
  • 2) SUSPENDED SCAFFOLD PLATFORM WELDING PRECAUTIONS
  • 1) A Fall Could Cause a Stroke! | Trauma Straps, Workplace Accident, Suspension Trauma Training
  • 2) How to Rescue a Fallen Worker | Fall Protection
  • 3) Sky Climber Assisted Rescue
  • 4) Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans
  • 1. By the end of the learning module, participants will identify/differentiate between different types of suspended scaffolds

    2. By the end of the learning module, participants will have known hazards related to improper suspended scaffolds use accidents

    3. By the end of the learning module, participants will become familiar with 1926 OSHA Overview -Safety and Health Regulations for Construction

    4. By the end of the learning module, participants will identify Personal Protected Equipment related to Life-Saving Equipment

    5. Protect themselves from suspended scaffold safety hazards

    6. Inspect suspended scaffolds in accordance with federal regulations

 

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Price: $79.99

This Course Includes

  • Modules : 22
  • Duration : 10 Hours
  • Certificate : Yes
  • Language : English
  • Skill Level : Expert
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