Fall Protection in California

    Fall Protection in California

    Course Overview

    Fall Protection in California is an intermediate online safety course covering recent changes that OSHA has adopted for their fall protection regulations. This course addresses compliance start heights, regulations affecting certain trades, exemptions and design of California-specific passive fall protection systems. The fall protection course provides basic occupational safety and health information.

    Intended Audience

    This California-specific Fall Protection training course is designed for California-based construction workers and managers who are responsible for the safety of their job site according to Federal and Cal/OSHA regulations.

    • California-based Construction Foremen
    • California-based Construction Supervisors
    • California-based Construction Workers

    Learning Objectives

    In this online safety course, you will be introduced to the California-specific fall protection regulations. You will also learn legal requirements for ensuring safety to the highest possible standard in the workplace. Once you have completed the course, you should be able to recognize various Cal/OSHA Fall Protection Standards.

    Course Topics

    • Introduction to California-specific Fall Protection
    • General Fall Protection
    • General Fall Protection Requirements
    • Standard Types of Fall Protection
    • Fall Protection Fatal Facts #46
    • Connecting Devices
    • Special Exceptions
    • Fall Protection Plans
    • Other Considerations
    • Fatal Facts Case Study
    • Fatal Facts #54
    • Fall Protection: Summing it Up
    • Other Considerations

    INDUSTRY TERMS

    • Cal/OSHA Fall Protective Standards
    • Fall Protection Standards
    • OSHA

    Features and Benefits

    When you have successfully completed ClickSafety’s California-specific Fall Protection online safety course, you will be aware of Cal/OSHA Fall Protection standards with particular attention to their differences from the Federal OSHA regulations. You will:

    • Know why California OSHA is different than Fed OSHA safety plans
    • Understand fall protection plans, and be able to put them in action
    • Follow Cal/OSHA and Fall Protection safety plans
    • Be aware of standard types of fall protection
    2185 N. California Blvd, Suite 425, Walnut Creek, CA 94596
    Call: 800.971.1080