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Fall Protection Equipment Inspection Training Course
The 6-hour Fall Protection Equipment Inspection Course is designed for a worker that needs to inspect the equipment prior to issuing or use
For a newly trained "competent person" who is responsible for the annual inspecting of personal fall arrest systems.
To register call (780) 464-7139
- Competent Inspector Definition and Requirements
- Inspection Pass/Fail Criteria
- Inspection Procedures
- American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
- Canadian Standards Association (CSA)
- Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
Hands-On Practical Exercises
Who Should Attend
All personnel interested in additional hands on experience inspecting personal fall protection equipment.
Duration: 6 hours
Cost per participant: $285.00 +GST
Classes are held monthly on the 1st Friday of the month.
NOTE (Subject to class size. (maximum 8 and minimum 4). Classes are held based on attendance, so refunds cannot be not be issued after you have reserved your seat
Course Materials Provided
- compilation of standards covering inspection
- schematics of personal fall arrest systems
- inspection program guidelines
- certificate of compliance.
Harness & Lanyard Cleaning & Inspection Services
Safety Direct offers cleaning and inspection of harnesses and lanyards to help you meet WCB and OSHA requirements.
Items must be sent to the SD manufacturing plant. Freight charges apply
Items are disinfected and given a preliminary inspection.Any items with obvious defects or deterioration will be rejected prior to cleaning and returned with FAILED tags.
Items that pass the preliminary inspection will be washed in a mild soap solution and rinsed with clean water. After air drying, the item will be inspected again.
If the item passes the second inspection, it will be date tagged to indicate that it PASSED
Your order includes a detailed report showing every item with it's inspection status and the next inspection date
SRD Inspection & Revalidation
Servicing and inspection of mechanical fall protection devices, such as Self Retracting Devices (SRDs) often referred to as Self Retracting Lifelines (SRLs) or Lanyards are important requirements of any effective fall protection safety program. The frequency of servicing and inspection as well as who should perform these activities are critical items. All fall protection equipment, including SRDs, must be inspected before each use. If inspection reveals a defective condition, the SRDs must be removed from use and repaired/ serviced.
Please contact us for SRD inspections, service and revalidation. Email email@example.com or phone 780 464 7139
Servicing frequency is dependent on the applicable country or local codes/ regulations that are in affect for that specific region where the SRD is in use. The work environment, the type of work being performed, and the frequency of use are some of the factors that will determine how often the SRD should be serviced. The following frequency information should be viewed as minimum requirements.
Please note that devices certified under standard CSA Z259.2.2- 98 must be serviced and maintained to this schedule. Do not use the service schedule from CSA Z259.2.2- 17.
Reference Standards CSA Z259.2.2-98
7.1.5 Type 1 Devices
Type 1 (SRL) devices shall bear the following warning or similar wording:
WARNING: This device shall be removed from service when subjected to a fall.
7.1.6 Type 2 and 3 Devices
Type 2 and 3 devices shall bear a warning indicating the following:
WARNING: This device shall be removed from service when the visual load applicator is deployed.
All Type 2 and 3 devices shall be returned to the manufacturer or manufacturer-approved service agent no more than 2 years after the date of the manufacture for inspection and maintenance, and annually thereafter. The manufacturer shall record the findings of this service and label the product with the next annual service date.
Reference Standards CSA Z259.2.2-17 & ANSI Z359.14-2014
Infrequent to light
Assumes indoor proper storage conditions with infrequent outdoor use; room temperature and a clean environment
Includes aircraft hangers, warehousing and rescue situations;
Annual Competent Person* inspection
Revalidation every 5 years
Moderate to heavy
Assumes extended use both indoors and outdoors in all temperatures and clean-to-dusty environments
Transportation and trucking, utilities and heavy manufacturing
Competent Person* inspection every 6 months
Revalidation every 2 years
Severe to continuous
Assumes poor-to-harsh storage conditions and continuous use in
dirty outdoor conditions
Commercial construction and concrete, oil and gas exploration, mining and foundry situations,
Quarterly Competent Person* inspection
(i) qualified because of that person’s knowledge, training and experience to do the assigned work in a manner that will ensure the health and safety of persons in the workplace, and
(ii) knowledgeable about the provisions of the Act and the regulations that apply to the assigned work, and about potential or actual danger to health or safety associate with the assigned work.