The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires equipment to be inspected “prior” to each use by the person that is actually going to be wearing/using the equipment. That means, BEFORE a worker uses a harness that worker must inspect it for any type of wear, damage or other deterioration and defective components must be removed from service.
Fall protection equipment saves lives, but only if it is undamaged, in proper working condition, and installed and applied correctly. Thorough and accurate inspection of fall protection equipment is an incredibly important component of maintaining worker safety.
The Equipment Inspector Class is intended especially for those who are responsible for inspecting a large amount of fall protection equipment on a frequent basis, such as a Competent Person for a large job site, safety inspectors or supervisors, and those tasked with system installation or re-certification. This class provides students with hands-on opportunities to inspect a wide range of equipment, and practice resolving equipment issues in real-world scenarios.
Upon completion of this course students will be able to demonstrate knowledge of the following topics:
- How to Inspect Safety equipment
- Anchor, Body Harness, Connecting Device
- Compatible connections
- Identify worn, damaged or deteriorating equipment
- How to safety remove equipment from inventory
- Management of company wide inspection protocols
- How to properly use, Inspect, maintain, store and care for equipment
Certification: Wall Certificate & Photo wallet card
Course Length: 6 hours (1 day)
Class Size: 25 students
Price: Contact TomKat Safety
Special group rates available.
16 Hour Competent Person
24 Hour Competent Person EM385-1-1
Competent Person Refresher
Competent Person Train-the-Trainer
Fall Protection Awareness
Rescue from Fall Arrest
Aerial Lift, Telehandler & Forklift
Confined Space – Awareness
Confined Space – Non Entry Rescue
Confined Space – Entry Rescue
Excavation/Trenching Competent Person
Scaffolding Competent Person