Fall Protection

Falls are one of the most common accidents to occur on construction sites. These classes focus not just on prevention, but how to make sure your workplace is following OSHA guidelines. Some of the top courses include: Fall Protection for Construction; Competent Person, Fall Protection for Construction; and 100% Fall Protection.

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  1. Fall Protection Awareness for Construction
    Level: Introductory
    Duration: 0 Hours 15 Minutes
    Course ID: MOOD93
    CEUs:
  2. Slips, Trips and Falls for Construction
    Level: Intermediate
    Duration: 0 Hours 30 Minutes
    Course ID: MOOD91
    CEUs: 0.1
  3. Scaffold User Guidelines for Construction
    Level: Intermediate
    Duration: 0 Hours 40 Minutes
    Course ID: MOOD87
    CEUs: 0.1
  4. OSHA 30-Hour Construction Voice-Authentication
    Level: Certificate
    Duration: 30 Hours 0 Minutes
    Course ID: MOOD73
    CEUs: 3
  5. 100% Fall Protection for Construction
    Level: Intermediate
    Duration: 0 Hours 45 Minutes
    Course ID: MOOD55
    CEUs:
  6. Scaffold Safety Awareness for Construction
    Level: Introductory
    Duration: 0 Hours 10 Minutes
    Course ID: MOOD54
    CEUs:
  7. Fall Protection for Construction - Spanish
    Level: Intermediate
    Duration: 1 Hours 30 Minutes
    Course ID: MOOD494
    CEUs:
  8. Ladder Safety Awareness for Construction
    Level: Introductory
    Duration: 0 Hours 10 Minutes
    Course ID: MOOD47
    CEUs:
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