Scaffold User Training

Course Description

Students will learn about the regulations, safety guidelines and procedures needed to recognize the hazards of the use of frame, rolling towers, tube & clamp, and system scaffolding. Users will also learn the procedures to control or eliminate these hazards. 

 

Students who successfully pass the exam at the end of the class will receive their OSHA Certified Builder certificate within 10 days.

Schedule

Instructor: Brian S. Munson

With over 20 years in scaffold training, Brian has helped students of all experience levels gain the skills needed to be successful in the field.

Course details

Who should attend?

This course is intended for any tradespeople or general site workers that will be using or working with the scaffold. 

 

Note that this course does NOT provide the training for employees tasked with any kind of erecting, disassembling, moving, operating, repairing or otherwise maintaining scaffolding equipment. In order to meet OSHA regulations for those tasks, they will need to register for Scaffold Training: Competent Person

What OSHA standards does Scaffold User Training help with?

Satisfactory completion of the course objectives will assist students in satisfying the OSHA training requirements as defined in 29CFR 1926.454: "The employer shall have each employee who performs work while on a scaffold trained by  a person qualified in the subject matter to recognize the hazards associated with the type of scaffold being used and to understand the procedures to control or minimize those hazards."

 

At the end of the course, students will have an open book exam. Once students have passed the test, they will receive both OSHA Scaffold User and Builder certificates within 10 days. 

 

Learn more about the importance of scaffolding training as it satisfies OSHA regulations and improves job site safety here. 

What will students learn?

Upon completion of this course, you will have the following skills:

  • Determine the Basic Elements of a Safe Scaffold Platform for Frame, Rolling Towers, Tub & Clamp and System Scaffold.
  • Determine the nature of Fall Hazards and the use of Fall Protection Equipment on Frame, Rolling Towers, Tube & Clamp and System Scaffolds.
  • Determine the nature of Falling Object Hazards and the use of Falling Object Protection on Frame, Rolling Towers, Tube & Clamp and Systems Scaffolds.
  • Determine the Nature of Electrical Hazards the use of Electrical hazard protection of Frame, Rolling Towers, Tube & Clamp and System Scaffold.
  • Determine the nature of Material Handling Hazards and proper Material Handling on Frame, Rolling Towers, Tube & Clamp and System Scaffold.
  • Determine the nature of Overloading Hazards and the maximum intended Load Carrying Capacities of Frame, Rolling Towers, Tub & Clamp and System Scaffold.
  • Determine the Prohibited User Actions for frame, rolling towers, tube & clamp and systems scaffold. 

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