Course Overview

This Working at Heights course provides participants with an awareness of the necessary requirements to perform tasks safely at heights, including fall protection equipment, risk management, regulations and standards. 

The purpose of this training is help you to work in a safe and professional manner. 

Reference Standard

The training is designed as per applicable ASME/ANSI/OSHA regulations. 

At the end of the course, the participants will:
  • Applicable industrial regulations
  • Identify and report workplace hazards
  • Assess associated risks
  • Consider actions to control those risks
  • Identify the links between these processes and programs such as the Dou Pont Safety Training Observation Program (STOP)
  • PPE and Fall Protection harness use and standards

Eligible Candidates

This course is designed for Rig Workers, Roustabout, Floorman, Derrickman, Maintenance Engineer and all professionals who is involved with different operations at elevation. 

Course Duration

1 day, 6 hours 

Course Content

  • Applicable industrial regulations
  • Regulatory requirements
  • Risk Assessment & Hierarchy of Controls
  • When Fall Prevention is Required
  • Alternate Means of Accessing Heights
  • Height Safety Equipment
  • Safe Anchoring
  • Pre & Post Operational Checks
  • Equipment Maintenance
  • PPE and Fall Protection harness use and standards
  • Rescue Requirements/Practical Rescue

Course Assessment

The assessment will be practical and written for the certification as per OSHA regulations.
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