Ministry of Labour Accredited Certification
As many jobs require working at height, the Occupation Health and Safety Act (OHSA) mandates employers to ensure adequate training and equipment is provided to employees who are exposed to fall hazards.
Every day in Ontario, falls at the workplace occur with significant and potentially long lasting financial and physical consequences. In most, if not all cases, these injuries and deaths are preventable by the proper use of fall protection systems in conjunction with professional training.
Specially the OHSA states that “an employer shall ensure that a worker who may use a fall protection system is adequately trained in its use.” OHSA Inspectors have the authority to visit any job site and assess that workers have access to and are trained properly in fall protection systems.
Elevation Aerial Design and Consulting Inc. is an Accredited Training Provider of the Infrastructure Health and Safety Association. Our specialized instructors are able to come to your workplace and provide custom fall protection courses that meet the OHSA standards with adaptations to your site specific needs. Please contact us for a price quote and needs assessment if you would like to book group training for your employees.
Working at Heights—Fundamentals of Fall Protection
This program follows the curriculum as developed by the IHSA. This training certification meets the requirements and is compliant with Ontario Regulation 213/91 Section 26 of the Construction Regulations. Further this program and meets/exceeds The Ministry of Labor requirements for the Working at Heights Training Program Standards that came into effect on April 1, 2015. Custom courses are available at your workplace for large groups.
Working at Heights Course
Monday March 27, 2017
Action First Aid Training Facility
92 Commerce Park, Unit #5, Barrie, ON, L4N 8W8
Working at Heights • March 27, 2017
Participants must wear appropriate clothing, as well as CSA-certified head, foot, and eye protection. We ask that you bring your own personal protective equipment (PPE) and that it is maintained and in good working order as per the manufacturer’s specifications and regulatory requirements. If you do not have the necessary PPE, you will not be able to complete the program and will be asked to reschedule when you have the proper clothing and equipment.
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March 27, 2017
9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Action First Aid Training Facility
Program is in compliance with Ontario Regulation 213/91 Section 26 of the Construction Regs and meets or exceeds the Ministry of Labor requirements for the new Working at Heights Training Program Standard.
- The Occupation Health and Safety Act and Regulations as applicable to Working at Heights
- Fall Hazard Recognition
- Fall Prevention (guardrails, protective covers, warning barriers, travel restrain systems)
- Personal Fall Protection Systems
- Access Structures (ladders, scaffolds, power elevating work platforms, suspended access equipment)
- Specifics to your Workplace – Identifying when additional workplace specific training is needed
One day in-class program from 9 am to 4:30 pm. A 45-minute lunch break and two 15-minute personal breaks are scheduled through the day. Custom courses are available at your workplace for groups. Contact us for details.
What to Bring
- Personal Protective Equipment: CSA certified head, foot and eye protection for construction applications
- Notebook, Pen and Highlighter: Taking notes and highlighting key sections of your workbook will aid in your retention of the information provided on this course.
- Appropriate Clothing: Both indoors and outdoors. The course will move between an indoor classroom setting and outside for practical training and demonstrations of equipment use. Check the weather and be prepared to be outside for up to 2 hours.
- Food and Nutrition: Participants are responsible for their own food. It is recommended you bring your own lunch, snacks and water for the day as leaving the facility for lunch may delay your return and ability to review class notes that lead into afternoon practical training sessions. The course will proceed on schedule and many participants benefit from networking with other trainees to share their experience over the lunch period.
- Personal Fall Protection Equipment: We encourage you to bring your personal harness and any fall restraint or fall arrest devices. This is not mandatory as all fall protection equipment will be available, however, it is important you are familiar with inspecting and maintaining your own personal safety equipment. This is an ideal opportunity to compare new products available and evaluate the effectiveness of your personal equipment for different applications.
- Fall protection equipment including a variety of harnesses, anchor systems, ropes, fall restraint and fall arrest devices.
- Participant workbooks
- Written examination
- Record of training report
- Individual wallet certificates
- Wall certificate for company
Upon registration, you will receive a confirmation e-mail that includes:
- A list of what to bring
- Directions to the training facility
- A receipt of payment
- Copy of our cancellation policy
A $25 administration deposit will be retained for any cancellations or rescheduling of course dates if received 10 business days prior to the course date. No refunds will be applied for cancellations or rescheduling withing 10 business days of the course date.
If Elevation Aerial Design and Consulting Inc. cancels a program for any reason, a full refund will be applied or we will give you priority booking in the next available course, subject to availability at no additional charge.
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Please scroll up and click on the course date and location you would like to register for. Payment in full is required at the time of registration via PayPal.
For assistance or to book a private program at your facility, please call our office at 1-800-739-4992 or e-mail us at info-at-elevationaerial.com