Working At Heights Training in Kitchener
CBHM is excited to announce we have received Ministry of Labour approvals for Working at Heights
Since 1997, CBHM has represented companies across Ontario in various business sectors providing health and safety, first aid and management training programs. We have stayed focused on providing and building services that will help companies achieve their safety and performance objectives.
CBHM employs only expert trainers and consultants who are specialists in their respective areas with varying professional designations from Canadian Registered Safety Professionals, Health Care professionals, to name a few. Experience, knowledge, competency, likeability, and overall professional and ethical representation are what make our people and company stand out.
(Construction Projects O.Reg 213/91)
CBHM’s Working at Heights Program is approved by the Chief Prevention Officer and meets all the requirements of the Working at Heights Training Standard which applies to the employer of all workers on construction projects who are required by O.Reg. 213/91 (Construction Projects Regulations) to use any of the following methods of fall protection:
- Travel restraint system, fall restricting system, fall arrest system
- Safety net, work belt, or safety belt
Upcoming Public Courses
Working at Heights Basic Theory Module
Working at Heights Practical Module
Validity Upon Completion
The Safe Work Plan
Maintain Tie Off to Anchor
Inspect Your Equipment
Adjust Your Harness
Ensure Your Fall Distance Calculations
Choose Your Anchor Points
Industrial Working at Heights
Participants will Learn:
- The OH&SA, Regulations, MOL Guidelines and CSA Standards
- Competency requirements
- Where fall-protection is required
- How fall protection equipment is used
- Understanding lanyards and their deployment
- How and where to anchor
- Examples of fall protection failure
- Inspection of harness and equipment
- Donning of a harness with each participant
This training requirement is in addition to existing training requirements* for workers who use fall protection systems on construction projects, as set out in the Construction Projects Regulation (O. Reg. 213/91).
*This means that employers are responsible for ensuring that their workers are trained over and above this training, specific to the working environment and also the equipment to be used, including policies and procedures pertaining to that specific site safe work plan.