Working at Heights Training objectives are to ensure all workers using fall protection systems at heights of 3 meters/10 feet or greater understand how to identify hazards and prevent falls. This training will support the existing detailed provisions for fall protection, and the specifics for fall protection training found in the Construction Regulations under the OHSA. Canadian Business Health Management is a Chief Prevention Officer (CPO) approved training provider for the Working at Heights and Refresher training; certifying over 1700 people across Ontario in Working at Heights since 2016. Click here to download your free Working at Heights Quick Reference.
Working at Heights Training Theory & Practical Outline (8 Hours):
- Statistics/MOL resources
- Rights and responsibilities
- Identification of the hazards
- Eliminating or controlling the hazard
- Warning methods and physical barriers
- Ladders and similar equipment
- Personal fall protection equipment
- Theory test (75% pass required)
- Barriers and other fixed equipment
- Anchor points
- Work access equipment and platforms
- Rescue planning
Who Requires CPO Approved Working at Heights Training?
Any worker in the construction industry working at 3 meters/10 feet or higher.
Working at Heights Refresher Training Outline (4 Hours):
Participants who have taken the Working at Heights training are required to take the Working at Heights Refresher Training every three years from the date of successful completion. Workers will be able to renew the validity of the working at heights training by successfully completing CBHM’s CPO-approved half-day “refresher” training program.