Owner, Foreman or Supervisor
          RMOL 0113 - Fall Arrest Systems  24.0       
          RMOL 5903 - OSHA's Electrical Standards  24.0 

Any Employee
Walking and Working Surfaces  1.0 
Workplace Violence  1.0 
General Safety & Health Provisions  1.0 
Confined Spaces  1.0 
Ergonomics for Non-Office Workers 1.0  
Ergonomics  1.0                                     


29 CFR 1926 Subpart R Steel Erection  1.0      
Cal-OSHA: Concrete and Masonry  1.0
Cal-OSHA: Cranes and Rigging  1.0   
Cal-OSHA: Electrical Safety  1.0    
Cal-OSHA: Excavations  1.0  
Cal-OSHA: Fall Protection 1.0  
Cal-OSHA: Fire Protection  1.0
Cal-OSHA: General Health and Safety  1.0  
Cal-OSHA: Hand and Power Tools 1.0  
Cal-OSHA: Intro to Cal-OSHA  1.0   
Cal-OSHA: Scaffolding 1.0  
Cal-OSHA: Stairways and Ladders 1.0    
Concrete & Masonry  1.0
Confined Spaces  1.0  
Cranes & Rigging  1.0   
Cranes, Derricks & Hoists 1.0  
Demolition  1.0
Electrical Safety  1.0   
Excavations 1.0
Fall Protection  1.0
Fire Protection 1.0
General Safety & Health Provisions  1.0  
Hand & Power Tools  1.0
Introduction to Osha & the Osha Act  1.0    
Materials Handling  1.0 
Motor Vehicles 1.0
Occupational Health & Environmental Controls 1.0     
OSHA 1926 STD 3-1.1 1.0  
Personal Protective Equipment  1.0   
Process Safety Management 1.0 
Recordkeeping  1.0  
Scaffolding  1.0
Spanish- Concrete and Masonry  1.0  
Spanish- Cranes and Rigging  1.0 
Spanish- Electrical Safety  1.0
Spanish- Excavations  1.0 
Spanish- Fall Protection  1.0
Spanish- General Safety & Health Provisions 1.0   
Spanish- Hand and Power Tools  1.0    
Spanish- Introduction to OSHA and OSHA Act 1.0 
Spanish- Scaffolding 1.0   
Spanish- Stairways & Ladders 1.0    
Spanish-Fire Protection  1.0  
Stairways & Ladders  1.0  
Welding & Cutting  1.0  


OSHA General Industry
NEC 2008 Code Update  6.0
NEC 2008 Grounding and Bonding  5.0
NEC 2008 Wiring and Protection  5.0
HACCP Food Safety Course  4.0
Electrical Fundamentals  4.0
NFPA 70E  4.0 
Introduction to OSHA and the OSH Act  1.0
Electrical Safety for General Industry  1.0
Hazardous Materials  1.0
Industrial Hygiene  1.0
Hazard Communication  1.0 
Personal Protective Equipment for General Industry  1.0
Confined Spaces for General Industry  1.0
Safety and Health Programs 1.0
Workplace Violence  1.0
Lockout/Tagout 1.0
Safety Orientation  1.0
Walking and Working Surfaces  1.0
Materials Handling and Storage for General Industry 1.0
Bloodborne Pathogens 1.0
Drug and Alcohol Abuse in the Workplace  1.0
Lead Safety in the Workplace 1.0
Hazards of Asbestos in the Workplace  1.0
Beryllium and Cadmium Hazards in the Workplace  1.0
OHSAS 18001  1.0
ISO 14000  1.0
Means of Egress and Fire Protection  1.0
Machinery and Machine Guarding  1.0
Welding, Cutting and Brazing for General Industry  1.0
Ergonomics for Office Workers  1.0
Professional Response to Trauma 1.0
Building Security  1.0
Ergonomics for Non-Office Workers  1.0
Personal Response to Trauma  1.0
Use of Explosives in the Workplace 1.0
Ionizing and Non-ionizing Radiation Safety


Fall Arrest Fall Restraint
Sample Fall Arrest Systems Course Descriptions

OSHA 311 - Fall Arrest Systems
COURSE DESCRIPTION OF osha 311 fall arrest systems
Falls are the single largest cause of fatalities in the construction industry. There are approximately 1,200 worker deaths annually and 200,000 to 300,000 lost time injuries per year. The average lost time injury is 31 days.
OSHA's Fall Protection Standard was developed and reissued in response to these statistics. The reduction of accidents and injuries will save companies large amounts of money in earnings and output, medical and administrative expenses, and additional costs associated with accidents.

This course sets forth those requirements and criteria for fall protection in construction workplaces covered under 29 CFR part 1926. It is important to note that the provisions of this subpart do not apply to employees making an inspection, investigation, or assessment of workplace conditions prior to the actual start of construction work or after all construction work has been completed.

Upon completion of this course, you should:
  • " Know the height requirements for use of a safety harness and fall restraint system in general construction and steel erection
  • " Understand restrictions for working near unprotected leading edges
  • " Be able to explain and demonstrate the proper uses of a body harness
  • " Know when and how safety nets should be used
  • " Know when and how guardrail systems should be used
  • " Understand special requirements for working on scaffolding
  • " Identify the elements of a fall restraint system and explain their use and role
  • " Understand the importance of load testing in relation to safety nets, body harnesses, guardrails, toeboards, and the various parts of a fall restraint system
Pre Assessment QUIZ

Lesson 1: Scope and Application
This lesson focuses on the following topics:
  • " Forces involved in a fall
  • " Requirements and criteria for fall protection in construction workplaces
  • " Fall protection terminology
Lesson 1 - Quiz

Lesson 2: Duty to Have Fall Protection
This lesson focuses on the following topics:
  • " Principles of fall protection
  • " Fall protection from falling objects
Lesson 2 - Quiz

Lesson 3: Components Of Fall Protection Systems, Criteria, And Practices.
This lesson focuses on the following topics:
  • " Guardrail Systems
  • " Safety Net Systems
  • " Personal Fall Arrest Systems
  • " Positioning Device Systems
  • " Warning Line Systems
  • " Controlled Access Zones
  • " Covers
Lesson 3 - Quiz

Lesson 4: Program Implementation
This lesson focuses on the following topics:
  • " Safety Monitoring Systems
  • " Protecting an Employee from Falling Objects
  • " The Fall Protection Plan
  • " Training and Retraining Requirements
Lesson 4- Quiz

Lesson 5:Scaffolding
This lesson focuses on the following topics:
  • " Employees Working on Scaffolds
  • " Falling Object Protection
  • " Aerial Lifts
Lesson 5 - Quiz

Lesson 6: Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, and Elevators
This lesson focuses on the following topics:
  • " Crane or Derrick Suspended Personnel Platforms
  • " Platform Specifications
  • " Work Practices
  • " Hoists and Elevators
Lesson 6 - Quiz

Lesson 7: Steel Erection Work
This lesson focuses on the following topics:
  • " Employees Engaged in Steel Erection Activities
  • " Controlled Decking Zone
  • " Criteria for Fall Protection Equipment
  • " Fall Hazard Training/Special Hazard Training
Lesson 7 - Quiz

Lesson 8: Residential Fall Protection
-Fall Protection Systems Criteria and Practices
This lesson focuses on the following topics:
  • " Guardrail Systems
  • " Protection From Falling Objects
  • " Stairways
  • " Working Outside of Walls
  • " Covers
  • " Material Deliveries
  • " Duty to Have Fall Protection
  • " Layout and Trusses
  • " Cornice
  • " Ladders
  • " Training Requirements
  • " Walkways
Lesson 8 - Quiz

Lesson 9: Stairways and Ladders
This lesson focuses on the following topics:
  • " General Requirements
  • " Stairways
  • " Ladders
Lesson 9- Quiz

Lesson 10: Personal Protective and Life Saving Equipment
This lesson focuses on the following topics:
  • " Safety Belts, Lifelines, and Lanyards
  • " Safety Nets
Lesson 10- Quiz

Lesson Subpart D: Walking Working Surfaces
This lesson focuses on the following topics:
  • " Definitions
  • " Guarding Floor and Wall Openings and Holes
  • " Protection of Open-sided Floors, Platforms, and Runways
  • " Stairway Railings and Guards
  • " Railing, Toeboards, and Cover Specifications
  • " Portable Wood Ladders
  • " Portable Metal Ladders
  • " Care, Maintenance, and Use of Ladders
  • " Fixed Ladders
  • " Subpart D OSHA Violations
Lesson 11 - Quiz
Final Exam

OSHA Fall Arrest systems - from OSHA osha 311 fall arrest systems
• Part Number: 1926
• Part Title: Safety and Health Regulations for Construction
• Subpart: M
• Subpart Title: Fall Protection
• Standard Number: 1926.502
• Title: Fall protection systems criteria and practices.

Fall protection systems required by this part shall comply with the applicable provisions of this section.
Employers shall provide and install all fall protection systems required by this subpart for an employee, and shall comply with all other pertinent requirements of this subpart before that employee begins the work that necessitates the fall protection.
"Guardrail systems." Guardrail systems and their use shall comply with the following provisions:
Top edge height of top rails, or equivalent guardrail system members, shall be 42 inches (1.1 m) plus or minus 3 inches (8 cm) above the walking/working level. When conditions warrant, the height of the top edge may exceed the 45-inch height, provided the guardrail system meets all other criteria of this paragraph.
Note: When employees are using stilts, the top edge height of the top rail, or equivalent member, shall be increased an amount equal to the height of the stilts.
Midrails, screens, mesh, intermediate vertical members, or equivalent intermediate structural members shall be installed between the top edge of the guardrail system and the walking/working surface when there is no wall or parapet wall at least 21 inches (53 cm) high.
Midrails, when used, shall be installed at a height midway between the top edge of the guardrail system and the walking/working level.
Screens and mesh, when used, shall extend from the top rail to the walking/working level and along the entire opening between top rail supports.
Intermediate members (such as balusters), when used between posts, shall be not more than 19 inches (48 cm) apart.
Other structural members (such as additional midrails and architectural panels) shall be installed such that there are no openings in the guardrail system that are more than 19 inches (.5 m) wide.
Guardrail systems shall be capable of withstanding, without failure, a force of at least 200 pounds (890 N) applied within 2 inches (5.1 cm) of the top edge, in any outward or downward direction, at any point along the top edge.
When the 200 pound (890 N) test load specified in paragraph (b)(3) of this section is applied in a downward direction, the top edge of the guardrail shall not deflect to a height less than 39 inches (1.0 m) above the walking/working level. Guardrail system components selected and constructed in accordance with the Appendix B to subpart M of this part will be deemed to meet this requirement.
Midrails, screens, mesh, intermediate vertical members, solid panels, and equivalent structural members shall be capable of withstanding, without failure, a force of at least 150 pounds (666 N) applied in any downward or outward direction at any point along the midrail or other member.
Guardrail systems shall be so surfaced as to prevent injury to an employee from punctures or lacerations, and to prevent snagging of clothing.
The ends of all top rails and midrails shall not overhang the terminal posts, except where such overhang does not constitute a projection hazard.
Steel banding and plastic banding shall not be used as top rails or midrails.
Top rails and midrails shall be at least one-quarter inch (0.6 cm) nominal diameter or thickness to prevent cuts and lacerations. If wire rope is used for top rails, it shall be flagged at not more than 6-foot intervals with high-visibility material.
When guardrail systems are used at hoisting areas, a chain, gate or removable guardrail section shall be placed across the access opening between guardrail sections when hoisting operations are not taking place.
When guardrail systems are used at holes, they shall be erected on all unprotected sides or edges of the hole.
When guardrail systems are used around holes used for the passage of materials, the hole shall have not more than two sides provided with removable guardrail sections to allow the passage of materials. When the hole is not in use, it shall be closed over with a cover, or a guardrail system shall be provided along all unprotected sides or edges.
When guardrail systems are used around holes which are used as points of access (such as ladderways), they shall be provided with a gate, or be so offset that a person cannot walk directly into the hole.
Guardrail systems used on ramps and runways shall be erected along each unprotected side or edge.
Manila, plastic or synthetic rope being used for top rails or midrails shall be inspected as frequently as necessary to ensure that it continues to meet the strength requirements of paragraph (b)(3) of this section.
"Safety net systems." Safety net systems and their use shall comply with the following provisions:
Safety nets shall be installed as close as practicable under the walking/working surface on which employees are working, but in no case more than 30 feet (9.1 m) below such level. When nets are used on bridges, the potential fall area from the walking/working surface to the net shall be unobstructed.
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Falls are the single largest cause of fatalities in the construction industry. There are approximately 1,200 worker deaths annually and 200,000 to 300,000 lost- time injuries per year. The average lost- time injury is 31 days.

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Benefits of Taking the OSHA Fall Protection Class

  • Reduction of accidents and injuries
  • Reduced medical & administrative expenses
  • Reducing the possibilities of lawsuits
  • Enhanced safety training for employees

You Should Have This Training if You Have Employees Involved in Any of the Following......

  • Roofing
  • Steel Erection
  • Wood Trusses & Rafters
  • Scaffolding
  • Cranes & Derricks
  • Aerial Lifts
  • Hoists & Elevators
  • Stairways & Ladders
  • Suspended Platforms
  • Unprotected Leading Edges

Our Course Covers the Use of  Safety Equipment including:

  • Safety Harnesses
  • Fall Restraint Systems
  • Safety Nets
  • Guardrail Systems
  • Toeboards
  • All Body Harness
  • Warning Line Systems
  • Personal Protective Equipment
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