Fall Protection, Ladders & Safety Leadership – WERNERCO
March 27 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
FALL PROTECTION, LADDERS & SAFETY LEADERSHIP COURSE
Tuesday, March 27, 2018
8AM to 12PM
(Breakfast will be served)
Hampton Inn & Suites
777 NW 57th Avenue, Miami, FL 33126
(Wallet Card & Certificate of Completion Issued – Cost $50/Per Person)
Werner is the leading provider of climbing equipment in the United States. They manufacture a complete line of professional-grade products suitable for the most demanding job sites. Seemingly every year, the leading cause of death, injury, and cited OSHA violations are related to falls. Werner comes prepared with a professional team of trainers emphasizing the need for proper training, and dedication to a culture of safety. Safety Leadership training is essential for Safety Directors, Superintendents, Project Managers, Foreman and anyone who wears or works with this equipment as part of their daily job! What you will learn:
Select the right ladder for your job
Properly inspect your ladder and perform inspection on ladder inventory
Handling and transporting your ladder to prevent damage to the ladder or personal injury
Know the right way to use your ladder safely
A, B, C’s of fall protection
Regulations relating to all fall protection topics.
Fall hazard survey and fall protection procedures.
Fall protection rescue procedure.
Fall protection system assessments and determining when a system is unsafe.
Tripod demonstration – “Walk it Down”
Understand the components of the harness
Understand the performance value of each component
Understand how to properly wear a harness
Understand how the harness performs dynamically in a fall
Understand how to identify incorrect harness wear across the jobsite
Understand how to begin self-rescue after a fall – “Chair in the air”
Responsibilities as a Safety Directors, Superintendents, Project Managers and Foreman of individuals working at heights.
Understand how to effectively share this knowledge with your teams.
Ignorance and Laziness kills – education and leadership saves