Students will understand the risks of working near fall hazards, how to evaluate protective methods for different scenarios, and proper selection and use of personal protective equipment.
PART 1 – THEORY MANDATORY EQUIPMENT In order to participate in the class, learners must bring the following: * 1 piece of government-issued photo identification * CSA-certified safety boots * CSA-certified hardhat * CSA-certified safety eye-wear/glasses Participants without the above items will not be permitted to attend the course.
Participants should bring their own personal harness, if available.
ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS The course will start promptly at the time indicated.
Custom training options are available for groups of 10 or more.
NEW CERTIFICATION - BLDG10113 - Working at Heights Training Employers in Ontario must ensure that workers on construction projects who may use certain methods of fall protection successfully complete 'working at heights' training that meets training program and provider standards established by the CPO.They will also be able to safely connect, disconnect, and activate propane equipment up to 400,000 BTUs/hour.This program is accredited by TSSA and is approved as a Record of Training program for propane.If you work in conditions in which you use harnesses, ladders or fall arrest apparatus, this course is suitable for you. 3B Training accredited When does my Working at Heights certificate expire? You can claim up to £30 as long as you provide us with your CITB Levy number either at the time of booking or on the day of the course.On completion of the training delegates will: Delegates will be assessed through a short assessment paper at the end of the course. The short course days include three, three-hour short courses.Chief Prevention Officer approved, practical hands on assessment, certification card provided to those who are successful.Courses scheduled for workers and supervisors across province Working at Heights Refresher Safety Training - download information sheet April 1, 2018, marked the inaugural training anniversary for Ontario’s mandatory Working at Heights Safety Training, which includes a requirement for half-day refresher training within every three years of the original date of training.Graduates from PAT come in very knowledgeable and with practical experience allowing for a quicker integration into our workforce.According to the Occupational Health and Safety Awareness and Training Regulation (O. 297/13) employers in Ontario must ensure that all workers on construction projects have successfully completed a Ministry-approved working at heights training program.Topics also covered are: Length of Course: 8 hours A one-day environmental awareness training course is offered by the Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Institute of Canada and PAT Institute is an approved training provider.The course and the accompanying materials deal with proper handling of CFC/HCFC/HFCs, and will prepare participants for complying with provincial regulations covering refrigeration and air conditioning systems.