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This class will discuss the Oregon OSHA rules for fall protection use in the construction industry and will provide specific tools to build a proactive safety program.

Falls are consistently one of the top 10 injuries in Oregon and cost employers millions of dollars each year. The goal of the class is to increase personal knowledge about how to prevent falls.


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Module content

  • The impact of injuries
  • Oregon OSHA Division 2 Rules
  • Know when to protect against falls
  • How heights determine protection
  • Fall protection systems
  • Personal fall protection vs area fall protection
  • Planning for fall protection
  • Sample planning forms
  • Elements of a guardrail system
  • Examples types and when to use
  • Elements of a PFRS
  • Installing a using
  • Elements of a PFAS
  • Arrest anchors
  • Harnesses

This module was removed due to changes in our Administrative Rules (Division 3, Subdivision M), effective October 1, 2017.​​

  • Elements of a warning line
  • Where how to install
  • When to train
  • What the training should consist of

Resources

Fall protection topic page​​​​​​​​


Continuing Education

This​​ course has been approved for CEUs.
Get details here.


For questions or help

Email us at ed.web@oregon.gov

503-947-7443

Toll-free 888-292-5247, Option 2


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