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July 11-12, 2018 16-Hour Fall Protection Competent Person

 OSHA defines a Competent Person as "one who is capable of identifying existing and predictable conditions in their surroundings and work areas which are unsanitary, hazardous or dangerous and who has authorization to take prompt corrective action."  

Employees who are considered a “competent person” in regards to fall protection (and who often act on the employer’s behalf) must possess the ability to anticipate, protect, and prevent injuries and illnesses when applied to actual and specific work performed by themselves and other employees. It is important to understand that when regulation mandates the use of competent persons, it is an employer’s obligation to determine the ability of such individuals and designate them accordingly by their knowledge of standards, experience at the task at hand, and ability to take corrective action. The authority to take corrective action can vary from having the knowledge to make something safe and hazard free
 to simply not allowing work to be performed, hence preventing employee exposure.
This 2-day 16-Hour course makes an in-depth application of the definition of “competent person” as it applies to fall protection both through classroom instruction as well as a series of hands-on workshop skills.   
Cost: $550/person. 8am-4pm each day
Training is at the STEP Training Center located at 1205 Center Drive, Murray KY  42071.  Here is a map to our facility. 
To register and confirm payment, click the Register button below and use the + and - buttons to select the number of participants who will be attending in the shopping cart window.

Location: STEP Training Center

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