Competent Person Training - Scaffold

The main objective is to provide comprehensive scaffold safety training covering five of the most serious scaffolding hazards: Falls, Unsafe Access, Falling Objects, Electrocution, and Collapses. The remainder of the course covers scaffolding safety from all angles including scaffolding components, foundation requirements, regulations, fall protection systems, access methods, erecting & dismantling techniques.
Designed for those who are supervisors, foreman and employees that erect scaffolds and oversee scaffold erection.
OSHA REQUIRED
Scaffold User Requirements – OSHA 1926.451 (f) (7) and OSHA 1926.454 (A & B)
Scaffold OSHA reg’s: https://www.osha.gov/Publications/osha3150.pdf
Practical training is given emphasis, so students can gain hands-on experience. Classroom training and hands-on training are both provided. 
TOPICS COVERED:
  • Competent Person Training for Frame Scaffolding
  • Proper Inspection
  • Carpenter’s Scaffolds
  • Access Methods
  • Standards and Regulations
  • Foundation Requirements
  • Platforms and Platform Materials
  • Scaffold Erection & Dismantling Procedures
  • Personal Protection Equipment
  • Scaffolding Tools
There is a 3-year SAIA certificate and wallet card issued to each passing student. 
If a student fails, there is one free retake (must be within 12 months).