This is a comprehensive inspection course which after completion will allow those responsible for the inspection of fall protection equipment to make educated decisions on the suitability for use.
The training will also include Standards and Regulations, incorporating what they require and how they relate to the inspection process. Upon successful completion of this course the student will receive a certificate acknowledging they have met or exceed the requirements of the OSHA and ANSI standards.
- Standards – ANSI ( American National Standards Institute)
- Regulations – OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration)
- Inspection process for a range of fall protection equipment
- Full Body Harnesses
- Shock Absorbing and Positioning Lanyards
- Self Retracting Lifelines
- Anchorage Connectors
- Key Inspection Components
- Webbing, Hardware, Stitching, Labels, Buckles, D-rings
- Documentation methods / Recording and Logging of Inspections
- Technical Bulletins
Employees who will be assigned a task to work at heights, issued fall protection equipment and required to inspect their equipment.
DISCLAIMER: NACB, INC. OR CERTIFIED SLINGS, INC. WILL NOT BE HELD LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES OR INJURY ARISING OUT OF PARTICIPATION DURING AN AUTHORIZED FALL PROTECTION COURSE. Note: Companies sending students to attend Capital Safety training must provide evidence of insurance coverage via a current insurance certificate (ACORD format preferred) at least 5 business days prior to the training date. The insurance coverage required is proof of general liability (GL) and worker’s compensation (WC). The attendee will be required to sign a Participant Waiver and Release of Liability on the first day of training in order to participate in the climbing and descent portions of the training. If at one week prior to the course start date a minimum student enrollment count has not been reached, NACB, Inc. or Certified Slings, Inc, reserves the right to cancel the course. Rescheduling support will be provided.