Course curriculum

  • 1

    Introduction

    • Authorized Person - Why is fall protection important?

    • Disclaimer

    • Code of Ethics

  • 2

    Authorized Person Training

    • The Facts of Fall Protection (2)

    • Standards

    • OSHA Definitions

    • Attitudes about Safety

    • How not to use a Ladder

    • Let's Talk About Learning

    • Miscalculation of a Fall

    • Fall Protection in the 21st Century

    • Motivators

    • Fatal Four

    • OSHA Is Serious

    • Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries

    • Falls by Industry

    • Where To Hook (16)

    • When do you need Fall Protection

    • Primary vs Secondary Protection

    • Positioning Devices

    • Hierarchy of Fall Protection (19)

    • Hierarchy of Fall Protection (Continued)

    • Engineering out the Hazard

    • Passive Fall Protection

    • Fall Protection Basics (22)

    • Fall Arrest

    • Fall Restraint

    • Always Use the Harness (27)

    • Aerial Work Platforms

    • OSHA was created in 1970

    • Supervisor Training

    • OSHA Aerial Lift Regulation

    • Fall Distance Example

    • Fall Arrest Considerations

    • Fall Considerations

    • Fall Clearance - Lanyards

    • Calculating Required Fall Distance Clearance (35)

    • Swing Fall Clearance

    • Components of a Fall Arrest System

    • Calculating Your Fall Distance

    • Obstruction Clearance

    • Anchors

    • Anchorage Classes

    • Descent & Rescue (40)

    • Maximum Arresting Force

    • Anchorage Connectors

    • Body Support

    • Suspension Trauma - Avoid Death

    • Proper Use of Belts

    • Donning A Full Body Harness

    • Full Body Harness

    • Other Harness Types

    • Connectors

    • Hardware

    • Incompatible Connections

    • Snap Hooks

    • Fundamentals of Fall Protection (55)

    • Lanyards

    • Shock Absorbers

    • Self Retracting Devices

    • SRD/SRLs

    • New ANSI Sharp Edge Requirements

    • SRD – Sharp Edges

    • SRD – Foot Level Tie-Off

    • SRD – Foot Level Tie-Off (Continued)

    • SRD – Foot Level Tie-Off (Continued)

    • Sharp Edge / Foot Level Tie-Off Options

    • SRD Use

    • Vertical Lifelines

    • Fall Distance Calculations with Vertical Life Line

    • Manual Rope Grabs

    • Rope Grabs & Fall Arresters

    • Ladder Safety System

    • Horizontal Lifeline Anchorages

    • Horizontal Lifelines

    • Clearance Requirements - Temporary H.L.L.

    • Rigid Rails

    • Marking, or Identifying various fall protection products

    • A Little humor

    • A fall protection rescue plan

    • Types of Falls (79)

    • OSHA 19 26.5 0 2 (d) (20)

    • No Knots, No Knives

    • Thought Process

    • Self Rescue

    • Rescue Following Fall Arrest

    • Confined Space Rescue

    • Components of Fall Arrest System (87)

    • Falling Objects

    • Fall Protection for Tools

    • Fall protection is about...

    • Dropped Objects

    • Dropped objects include

    • Key Causes Of Dropped Objects

    • Consequences Of Dropped Objects

    • Dropped Objects Can Have A Financial Toll

    • Calculate An Object's Impact Force

    • Falling Objects - Deflection

    • Falling Objects - Hard Hat

    • Dropped Objects - Preventative Measures

    • Dropped Objects - Protection of tools And Equipment

    • Dropped Objects - Attachment Points

    • Dropped Objects - Tool Tethers

    • Dropped Objects - Wristbands

    • Dropped Objects - Safe Buckets

    • OSHA 19 26.5 0 2 (d) (21)

    • OSHA 1910.66, 1926.502

    • ANSI A 10.32 2004

    • Care And Maintenance

    • SRD - Foot Tie-Off

    • Hardware for SRD Tie-Off

    • Inspecting Webbing and Stitching

    • Inspecting Webbing/ Stitching

    • Webbing - Labels

    • Lanyards - Polyester, Nylon, or Kevlar

    • Snap Hooks/ Carabiners - Inspection

    • Tie-Off Adapters - Inspection

    • D-Ring Anchor Plates - Inspection

    • SRL's - Inspection

    • Sample Service Bulletin

    • Course Overview (123)

    • Self Assessment

  • 3

    Congratulations

    • Congratulations

    • Thank you