Fall Protection: Real World Training and Equipment Needed to Protect Your Workers
Fall Protection leads OSHA’s Top 10 List of the most frequently cited violations for fiscal year 2019. OSHA publishes this list each year so employers are aware that far too many preventable injuries occur at worksites most commonly from the lack of, or no, fall protection and the absence of properly trained personnel, Authorized Person(s), who work from heights and who wear or use fall protection equipment.
In this webinar, we will discuss (i) the “Authorized Person” and OSHA 1910.130 training requirements for Authorized Person(s); (ii) the hierarchy of fall protection, eliminating the hazard, passive system, fall restraint, fall arrest and administrative control, (iii) the basic principles of fall protection including primary vs secondary protection and rescue and descent, leading edge vs sharp edge, and (iv) the latest equipment available to ensure Authorized Persons are fully protected before working in a hazardous environment .
By attending this webinar, attendees will:
1. Understand the definition of an Authorized Person and the real world training required
2. Understand the hierarchy and the basic principles of fall protection
3. Become knowledgeable on the newest fall protection technology
Register below for this free webinar:
DATE: February 13, 2020
TIME: 2:00PM ET - 1:00PM CT -11:00AM PT
Chris Koester is the owner of Priority One Safe-T, LLC, an emergency response and standby rescue services and training firm for industrial and manufacturing companies. He is also a captain with the Springfield, MO Fire Department and has over 21 years of experience as a volunteer and career firefighter. He holds numerous firefighting and instructor certifications, and is an adjunct instructor for the Northeast Technology Center, and University of Missouri Fire and Rescue Training Institute. Chris has been a Hazardous Materials Technician for over 15 years and is a member of the Southwest Missouri Incident Support Team, the Hazardous Materials Training and Research Institute (HMTRI), the Partnership for Environmental Technology Education (PETE), the Community College Consortium for Health & Safety Training (CCCHST), the National Institute of Environmental Health and Safety (NIEHS), the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) and the Joplin Safety Alliance. Chris can be reached at email@example.com
Date: Feb 13, 2020
Time: 2:00 PM ET
Duration: 1 Hour