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Scaffolding and Ladder

Prerequisites: None

Note: Participants must wear appropriate footwear. These are two separate courses which focus safe practices when using scaffolds or Ladders as work platforms or accesses.

For this course we can conduct the training at your facility or at our own training facility, whichever will suit your needs best. There are some great benefits to both approaches. By completing your training on-site we can save your staff travel time, by completing your training at our facility you can benefit from our spacious training room, our state of the art hands on training space and full use of our break room.

Many workers use EWPs (Elevating Work Platforms) on their job site to access project work at heights.  The Construction Projects Regulation requires that “An elevating work platform shall not be moved unless all workers on it are protected from ejection by being attached to an adequate anchorage point on the elevating work platform by a method of fall protection”

[O. Reg. 213/91 s. 148 (1) (d)]

The Construction Projects regulation requires all workers who use/wear fall protection to have received Working at Heights training from a training facility which is approved by the Ontario Chief Prevention Officer as an Approved Training Provider. As such, all operators AND passengers on elevating work platforms used on project sites must have Working at Heights training.

Program Content

This program focuses on safe practices when using scaffolds as work platforms. Scaffold use can present many dangers to workers who are unaware of or inattentive to safe scaffold procedures. Despite the dangers, working on a scaffold can be straightforward and safe if users are trained and follow safe assembly, use and dismantling procedures.

Provincial legislation outlines specific duties and responsibilities for employers, supervisors and workers. Knowing the rules and regulations is in everyone’s best interest.

Training program topics include:

  • Identifying scaffolding and ladder hazards
  • Recognizing safe scaffold setups and types of ladders
  • Knowing legislative requirements
  • Safe use practices

You will learn by:

  • Classroom interaction with experienced instructors
  • Exploring legislative requirements
  • Detailed handouts, videos and quizzes

Who should enroll in this training program?

Employers, supervisors and workers who work on or near scaffolds and ladders.

Training Program Duration

2 Hours

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