Safety Training, Staffing, Consulting and Supplies

Follow Us:



Mon-Fri: 08:30 - 4:30

Far far away, behind the word moun tains, far from the countries Consonantia, there live the blind texts.

759 Pinewood Avenue

Marquette, Michigan

Online Support


Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

Get Subscribed!

    Employers must have a “competent person” to determine the feasibility and safety of
    protection for employees erecting or dismantling supported scaffolds. Employers must
    protect employees from scaffold related hazards such as falls, falling objects structural
    instabilities, electrocution, or overloading.
    Topics Include:
     General Requirements & Definitions
     Fall Protection & Falling
     Object Projection
     Scaffold Platforms
     Safe Access Requirements
     Proper Scaffold Use & Load Capacity
     Employers Duties & Responsibilities
     Training Requirements
     Scaffold Capacity
     Inspection Requirements
     Safe Work Practices
     Understand the purpose of the scaffolding standard
     Describe the OSHA general requirements for scaffolds & understand OSHA
    definitions regarding scaffolding
     Describe the OSHA specific requirements for support & suspended scaffolding
     Be able to identify & recognize hazards associated with scaffolds

    This training is for individuals who work under the supervision of a competent person
    and on a routine basis perform rigging work engaged in lifting loads other than rigging
    for special lifts, or the erection, dismantling, jumping, or reconfiguring of cranes or all of
    these. This person is also trained to communicate guidance and direction to a crane
    operator in lifting, hoisting, moving, or releasing a load.
    Upon completion of this course, employees shall be able to demonstrate specific
    knowledge of the following:
     Hand, voice, and radio communications
     Proficiency in hand and verbal signals, including the standard method for hand
    signals as required by ASME B30.3-2004, ASME B30.5-2007 and ASME B30.6-
     Rigging hardware, including Hooks and similar attaching devices; shackles, clips,
    and clamps; and taglines
     Synthetic/wire rope slings

     Common load configurations and positioning
     Personal fall protection methods
     Emergency procedures
     Hazards and restrictions associated with working adjacent to overhead electric
    lines and equipment.

    This course covers the requirements for the establishment, maintenance, and
    monitoring of a respiratory protection program. Course topics include terminology,
    OSHA Respiratory Protection Standards, NIOSH certification, respiratory protection
    programs, and medical evaluation requirements.

    In-Person and Online

    This course educates workers in the proper use, selection, maintenance, and
    applications of different pieces of personal protective equipment that they use on the
    job. It also involves training employees in proper disposal of equipment to ensure safety
    in their work environment.

    In-Person and Online

    This course provides a comprehensive and advanced level of safety education for those
    involved in the construction industry. It equips participants with the knowledge and skills
    to manage risks, ensure compliance, and foster a culture of safety.