Overview & Objectives
The Competent Person, Fall Protection for Construction online safety course is an advanced-level program designed to teach construction supervisors, managers, and owners how to designate a competent person for fall protection training and to ensure the individual is properly qualified to fulfill fall safety on the job site.
Participants in this online safety course will learn about applicable OSHA regulations, including Title 29 Part 1926. Additionally, students will learn what is required by California/OSHA, as well as other states to satisfy the designation of a competent person for fall protection.
Exceed Safety’s online Competent Person, Fall Protection for Construction course will help supervisors, managers, and owners select a person with the appropriate background in all applicable fall protection requirements. Furthermore, the course will teach both OSHA and state requirements needed to find the correct person to act as the competent person on the jobsite. Course topics will include the following:
- Introduction to competent person, fall protection
- Factors associated with naming a competent person
- Competent person responsibilities
- Regulations surrounding California and other states
- Applicable industry terms including, but not limited to, OSHA Regulation Title 29 Part 1926, California/OSHA Title 8, OSHA technical manual OSHA directives, and more
Who Is This Course For?
The Competent Person, Fall Protection for Construction online safety course is designed specifically to all applicable OSHA and state requirements for designating the appropriate competent person to oversee all safety requirements in regard to fall protection. Individuals who will benefit from this course include:
- Construction supervisors
- Construction managers
- Construction owners
- Safety officers
Features & Benefits
Exceed Safety’s online Competent Person, Fall Protection for Construction course will teach individuals how to appoint a competent person to oversee fall protection safety and training on the construction jobsite. Upon successful completion of this course, individuals will be able to:
- Identify federal and state regulations regarding the status of a competent person
- Determine the responsibilities and capabilities of a competent person
- Know where to find additional information about the requirements of a competent person
In Person Training
Participants in our in-person courses can expect to be taught by our most skilled and experienced instructors. Our instructors strive to make our in-person classes dynamic by incorporating meaningful activities that allow peer-to-peer discussion and collaboration, hands-on learning, and real-life examples. Participants will also be able to have most questions answered while attending the class. Some of our classes are available via Zoom (just call us for more information) and can be combined with virtual-blended learning.