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Scaffold Use in California

    Scaffold Use in California

    Course Overview

    Scaffold Use in California is an intermediate online safety course on the proper set up and use of a scaffold based on Cal/OSHA permit requirements, Title 8 CCR 1635.1-1667. In this course, you will be instructed how to have safe access to scaffolds. This course pays special attention to the duties of a qualified person erecting scaffolds.

    Intended Audience

    This Scaffold Use course is designed for California-based workers at any job site who use or work near scaffolds.

    • Construction Foreman in California
    • Construction Supervisors in California
    • Construction Workers in California

    Learning Objectives

    This Scaffold Use online safety course focuses on defining standards for designing, erecting, disassembling and inspecting a scaffold used on California-specific construction projects. You will learn scaffold structure and safety considerations when working with or around scaffolds. You will be informed of Cal/OSHA’s safety standards regarding scaffolds.

    Course Topics

    • Introduction to Scaffold Use in California
    • Qualified Person Erecting Scaffolds
    • Scaffold Structure
    • Safety Considerations
    • Safety Training
    • Summing Up Scaffolds

    INDUSTRY TERMS

    • Qualified Person
    • Scaffold

    Features and Benefits

    ClickSafety’s California-specific Scaffold Use online safety course discusses accident prevention while using a scaffold. When you have successfully completed this course, you will:

    • Be aware of Cal/OSHA permit requirements for scaffolds
    • Know basic principles involved in scaffold erection, dis-assembly, inspection, safe access and qualified person requirements
    • Know where to get more detailed requirements, including Title 8 CCR 1635.1-1667 and other appropriate local standards and safety orders 
    • Know you should get hands-on and site-specific training as required
    Walnut Creek, CA 94596
    Call: 800.971.1080