walking/working surfaces & fall protection - ON-SITE TRAINING
BRING IISC'S TRAINING TO YOU!
The Iowa-Illinois Safety Council's trainers can customize the training to your company and your specific needs. On-site training is great for when you need to train several employees with little disruption to their normal schedule.
OSHA's Walking - Working Surfaces Regulation covers a wide range of issues that account for a high rate of citations across many industries. The National Safety Council Walking - Working Surfaces Compliance Training Seminar cuts across the clutter to put the regulation into terms you can use.
In just four hours, you'll learn where to look for hazards, how to identify them, and how to reduce the risk of injuries from falls-and their related costs.
What You'll Learn
- OSHA Walking - Working Surfaces Regulation (29 CFR 1910.21-30, Subpart D)
- Key terminology and concepts
- Letters of interpretation that show how OSHA responds to implementation questions
- The consequences of poor housekeeping
- The difference between standard rail guards and handrails
- Hazards of wall and floor holes
- Specifications for safe design and construction of fixed general industry stairs
- Minimum requirements for dockboards
- Proper care and use of portable ladders
- General scaffolding requirements
For any questions or to receive a quote on your custom on-site training, contact the IISC trainers