The Supported/Suspended Scaffolding User/Erector Hazard Awareness (City of Chicago Approved) course identifies the hazards associated with supported/suspended scaffolds. Users will learn the OSHA and ANSI standards and how to identify hazards during inspections. This course focuses on hazards involved with scaffolding and fall protection, since working on scaffolding projects is often done at extreme heights.
This Scaffolding Safety training course is approved by the City of Chicago, Department of Buildings.
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
- Identify hazards of working on or near supported and suspended scaffolding
- Perform hazard inspections
- Steps to take to avoid scaffolding falls
Target Audience: Any worker acting as the Competent Person on the jobsite, those performing safety and health evaluations or training, site supervisors, owners, and those interested in learning about Fall Protection Safety.
Language: This course is offered in both English and Spanish.
See - Supported/Suspended Scaffolding User/Erector Hazard Awareness Spanish Language for Spanish language date availability.
Minimum Class Size: 3
Maximum Class Size: 40
Course Length: 8 hours
Format: Lecture, Discussion, Audio/Visual
Exam(s): Written, Practial
Documentation: Reference Book, Photo ID card
Card Renewal: 4 years