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.
This class is designed for employees, supervisors and foremen who erect and oversee scaffold erection. It centers around Frame Scaffolds. This course covers all the safety aspects regarding Scaffolding Component, foundation requirements, regulations, fall protection systems, access methods, erection and dismantling techniques. Emphasis is placed on a hands-on experience.  
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

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.