If your workers face fall hazards, you're required to provide them with Working at Heights training. Employers must also provide their employees with additional training—including hands-on training—on the specific fall-protection equipment and procedures they will use on the job.
Laws and regulations with respect to Working at Heights
Recognize, assess, and control fall hazards
Fall prevention and fall protection
Fall-arrest equipment and components
Basic overview of ladders, scaffolds, elevating work platforms, and suspended access equipment
How can I benefit from this course?
Understand how to work at heights safely and in compliance with Ontario regulatory requirements
Know their rights and responsibilities under the Occupational Health and Safety Act
Recognize fall hazards
Apply the right controls, including fall prevention and fall protection
Is this course for me?
This course is for all workers in Construction who will or may be exposed to the hazard of falls.
Construction Regulation 213/91, Section 26.2 (1), (1.1)
Occupational Health and Safety Awareness and Training Regulation 297/13, Section 7, 8
CAN/CSA-Z259.17-16 - Selection and use of active fall-protection equipment and systems