Fall Rescue for Rig Work
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Learn how to perform rescues safely when working at heights. This course was developed in conjunction with the Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors (CAODC).
Workers, supervisors, managers and safety personnel who work in an environment where they may be required to perform rescues at height.
- Fall rescue operations
- Site assessment
- Casualty assessment
- Rescue principles
- Rescue team roles
- Post-incident activities
- Rescue scenarios
Hands-on training that includes:
- Climbing to height using fall protection equipment
- Work positioning
- Anchorage connection
- Transfer between fall protection systems
A valid Fall Protection for Rig Work Certificate
Upon successful completion of this course, you will receive a Certificate of Completion, that does not expire.
- Approved hard hat with chin strap
- CSA Approved safety glasses
- CSA Approved safety toe footwear
- Seasonal leather/cold weather gloves
- Full length pants (no shorts)
The hands-on portion of the training includes climbing to height using fall protection equipment, work positioning, anchorage connection and transfer between fall protection systems.
Students are encouraged to bring their own PPE.
This course starts at 8 a.m. Participants who are late may be refused admission.