Fall Protection

Falls are one of the most common accidents to occur on the job. These classes focus not just on prevention, but how to make sure your workplace is following OSHA guidelines. Top courses include: Ladder Safety for General Industry, Fall Prevention & Protection in General Industry, and Fall Prevention and Protection Awareness for General Industry. 

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    Course ID: MOOD46
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