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Working at Heights Chief Prevention Officer Approved (Full Course)

Working at Heights Chief Prevention Officer Approved (Full Course)

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Working at Heights – Chief Prevention Officer Approved | Full Course | Information:
Course Time: 8:00 AM-4:30 PM (8.5 Hours)


Working at Heights – Chief Prevention Officer Approved

Course Code: WAH-01

PRO-36046 | WAH-36378

Course Objectives:

Upon completion of training, participants will understand the following:

Construction Regulations  with regards to Working at Heights
Recognize, Assess and Control hazards associated with Working at Heights
Fall Protection systems and their components
Rescue and Emergency Procedures
Equipment maintenance and storage
Completion of practical portion of inspecting fall protection systems and their components
Don and Doffing of full body harnesses , lanyard placement
Practical evaluation of Travel Restraint, Achieving 100% Tie-off.

Additional information


8:00 AM – 4:30 PM

Additional Information

Paramount Safety Consulting Inc. is a CPO-approved Working at Heights training program PRO-36046, WAH-36378.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation Policy: Paramount Safety Consulting Inc. requires at least 24-hours’ notice for any course cancellations or re-scheduling, participants that fail to provide adequate notice for their absence will be charged the full course amount and all applicable taxes.
If you have any further questions regarding your training course, please do not hesitate to contact Paramount Safety Consulting Inc. at 905-661-7233 ext. 221

COVID- 19 Protocol

Training Center Protocols:

Training center signage should include a notice asking those entering to not do so if they are ill or showing signs of illness.
Instructor must ensure that traffic flow into the entry of the building to ensure social distancing can be maintained – this can include markers for those standing outside the premises or where to stand within the premises.
Instructors must indicate clearly where participants should go when they have entered the premises for their training. Directional signage or markings on the floor should be used.
Only one participant at a time shall be allowed to enter into the facility and will be assigned a training seat.
Sanitization stations are provided near the classroom space. For example, the washrooms will have a space to wash hands with soap and water, paper towels, hand sanitizer, etc.

Classroom Training Set Up And Standards:

Instructors and participants must wear face coverings and gloves if they cannot maintain physical distancing (see Face mask protocols) during class and while in the facility.
For the practical session of the classes that require practice, it is understood and acceptable that the mask will have to be lowered. If six feet of distance is not possible, masks must be worn.
There will be a minimum 2 meters or six feet of separation between students and between students and Instructors, with markings on floors to assist people to maintain social distancing.
This distance can be relaxed only if all participants and the Instructor are wearing personal protective equipment such as masks (not homemade masks), gloves.
Every student must wear gloves during all skills practical and assessment scenarios. Participants must change gloves frequently between skills and scenarios. Gloves cannot be reused.