Fall protection & walking/working surfaces training

Fall protection & walking/working surfaces training

Falls are the leading cause of injuries and fatalities in the workplace and the standards associated with fall protection in both the Construction and General Industry OSHA standards are the most commonly cited. In addition, a lack of training is consistently listed as one of OSHA’s annual top 10 violations. Even without injury or death, OSHA can impose fines upwards of $7,000 for untrained workers. Regardless of your industry, the case for comprehensive fall protection training is clear.

Our 29 CFR 1926 Subpart M training on Fall Protection in the Construction Industry has been developed to give your employees the knowledge they need to stay safe while working at heights. Whether you are looking for an awareness level course or a more detailed training geared toward a Competent Person, Conney Safety will provide an immersive training experience with hands-on activities as well as lecture in the following topics:
The Duty to Have Fall Protection
Rescue Plans
Hierarchy of Controls
Equipment Inspection and Maintenance
Assessing Fall Hazards and Controls

Conney Safety’s Walking Working Surface Training covers all pertinent components of 29 CFR 1910 Subpart D, including fall protection. This comprehensive course will equip attendees with the insight they need to prevent falls in their workplace. Developed for the entry level safety professional or the seasoned veteran, all participants will leave this training well versed on the following topics:

General Requirements for Walking/Working Surfaces
Ladder Safety
Requirements for Stairways
Duty to Have Fall Protection
Falling Object Protection
Personal Fall Protection Systems



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