Fall Protection Orientation
Fall Protection Orientation is designed to increase awareness of job site hazards and mitigate the risk of injury or death from these hazards. Learners are introduced to fundamental safety and hazard recognition concepts and the role of OSHA in regulating elevated work on the jobsite. The title also presents proper use of fall protection equipment; safe use of stairs, ladders, and scaffolds; and guidelines for use of aerial lifts.
Covers fundamental safety and hazard recognition concepts. Introduces the role of OSHA in regulating elevated work on the jobsite and the causes, costs, and consequences of falls. Presents proper use of fall protection equipment; safe use of stairs, ladders, and scaffolds; and guidelines for use of aerial lifts.
Brett Richardson, Starcon
Cameron Strother, Southland Safety
Chris Williams, ABC National
Dan Nickel, Carolina Bridge Company, Inc.
David Burman, Northern Industrial Training LLC
Dell Husted, Alaska Training Center
Earl Hyatt, TIC – The Industrial Company
Ed Valencia, LPR Construction
Jarrett Quoyle, MasTec
Jo Ballagh, Northern Industrial Training LLC
Lance Simons, The Haskell Company
Mike Powers, Tri-City Electrical Contractors
Paul Fontenot II, Safety Advantage, LLC
Ronald Sokol, Safety Council of Texas City
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