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Scaffolding for General Industry - Online Training Course (010578)
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Scaffolding for General Industry - Online Training Course

Provides employees with OSHA scaffolding safety training on scaffolds and their hazards. Online preview available. Read more.

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Working on the limited space of a scaffold is difficult. Falls from scaffolds can result in injuries ranging from sprains and bruises to death. OSHA requires scaffolds to be constructed and used according to the manufacturer’s instructions; so, employees must have scaffolding safety training on both OSHA and the manufacturer’s requirements.

  • This course is designed to provide employees with an introduction to commonly used scaffolds in general industry facilities for manufacturing and maintenance tasks. Specifically, this course identifies scaffold hazards and how to use scaffolds safely.
  • The J. J. Keller's Scaffolding for General Industry eLearning course covers the following topics:
    • Scaffold Basics
      • Types of Scaffolds
        • Supported Scaffolds (Tube & Coupler, Frame or Fabricated Frame)
        • Suspended Scaffolds (Two Point Adjustable)
        • Scissor Lifts
      • Load Limitations
      • Structural Integrity
      • OSHA Training Requirements
      • Competent Person
    • Scaffold Hazards
      • Potential Dangers
      • Common Hazards
    • Safe Use of Scaffolds
      • Inspection Requirements
      • Fall Protection Requirements
      • Falling Objects
      • Access Requirements
      • Safety Measures
      • Reporting Problems
  • After completing this course, learners will be able to:
    • Identify the common types of scaffolds used in general industry (including suspended and supported scaffolds)
    • Recognize potential hazards associated with scaffolds
    • List important safety measures to follow when working on a scaffold
  • Intended Audience: Employees in general industry that use scaffolding for manufacturing and maintenance tasks
  • Regs Covered:
    • 29 CFR 1926 Subpart L (except 1926.453)
    • 29 CFR 1910.27(a)
  • Length: 30 minutes
  • Copyright Date: 2017

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