Resource and Industry

Fall Protection

Course Summary

Safety while working at height.

This course is intended for any person required to work at a height where fall protection is necessary under provincial occupational health and safety regulations. This course combines both theory and practical training using current, approved fall restraint and protection equipment. The training includes instruction, demonstration, hands-on and written exercises.

Course Details


1 day 


Classroom and hands-on excercises


Minimum 10. Maximum 12.


18+ years of age




Repeat the entire course at a 15% discount every three years

Annual Training Maintenance

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Required Equipment
  • Steel-toed boots
  • Helmet
  • Full body harness with dorsal attachment
Takeaways & Documentation

Certificate of Completion

Provincial regulations on fall protection



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Course Content

  • Definition of fall restraint, fall protection, and fall arrest systems
  • Provincial fall protection regulations
  • Fall protection hierarchy
  • Guardrails
  • Travel/fall restraint
  • Fall arrest
  • Control zone and safety monitor
  • Ladder safety
  • Fall protection equipment, storage, inspection and care of
  • Proper connection and anchors
  • Fall protection system required calculation
  • Fall protection plans
  • Rescue and appropriate options
  • Fall protection concerns and solutions


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