Road to Safety

May 23, 2023

Let us take a closer look at the training that is required when you have workers that can be exposed to falls. The OSHA standard states if workers can be exposed to a fall, they shall have training so the employees are able to recognize the fall hazards and the procedures to be followed in order to minimize these hazards. The training would include how to use any fall protection equipment and personal protective equipment. 

What is somewhat unique in the OSHA Standard is the requirement for the employer to provide a written certificate of the training upon completion. As far as OSHA is concerned, if you can not produce a certificate, then the employee is not trained.

Scott Davidson, Safety and Education Director, is available for this specialized training. As a benefit of your membership to MCA / CPCA, there is no fee.

Services Provided:
*Job Site Inspections
*Tool Box Talks at your jobsite
*Site Specific Safety Programs
*Help with 3rd Party Safety Plans (ISNET)
*Onsite, at your shop, or at our facility training (Mobile Elevated Work Platforms, Fall Protection, PPE, Haz Com, OSHA 10, OSHA 30, OSHA Refresher and more)
*Site Specific Safety Consulting (Fall Protection, Confined Space, Trenching and Excavation and more)

You can call Scott at 216-870-6070 for more information. 

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