Competent Climber & Rescue Training: Construction

The Competent Climber & Rescue Training course curriculum is designed to help you and your company establish a safe work environment, safe work practices, and the safe implementation of emergency procedures. We are committed to ensuring that all of our students meet the unique qualifications needed for working at height. This includes the physical requirements, a demonstration of the knowledge and practical skills required to safely perform elevated work activity, as well as recognition and mitigation of the hazards associated with the construction industry.

  • 8hr PowerPoint
  • Safe climbing techniques
  • Utilization of various types of Fall Protection

Learn the fundamentals of rescue for the construction industry. The second portion of this course concentrates on the various uses and applications of self-rescue and assisted rescue equipment for use on elevated structures. After becoming comfortable with the simple processes used with the equipment, the students will perform and participate in several simulated rescue scenarios.

Each student must have appropriate PPE, including a full body harness, dual leg lanyard and any personal fall protection devices normally used. Students should be prepared to climb an actual structure several times each day.

 

Course Duration: 4 Days

Class Size: maximum 6 students per instructor

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Course Objectives

The objective of our course is to educate students on fall protection standards and techniques, as well as the risks associated with working at height. By reinforcing safe work practice theories through exercises and scenarios, we allow an immediate opportunity for students to apply these concepts in a real-world environment. Our goal is to provide students with the necessary knowledge and skills to be competent and confident technicians.

Content Covered:

  • Fall Protection Hierarchy – systems and theory
  • Summary of applicable standards
  • Pre-job Planning and Site Analysis
  • Anchor points — determination and design criteria
  • Components of Personal Fall Arrest Systems
  • Techniques/Mechanics of Climbing
  • Industry Hazards — assessment and mitigation
  • Equipment Care and Maintenance
  • Rescue – Practice, Theory, and Rescue Plans

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Recertification