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Do you have brand-new employees? Have your employees participated in hands-on safety training but are looking for a re-fresher course? IWCA's online safety training modules are the perfect way to supplement your safety knowledge.

The online material is the actual regional safety training seminar, taught by IWCA Safety Director, Stefan Bright, with the PowerPoint slides incorporated within the video.

These videos have been broken up into modules to easily incorporate them into your monthly safety trainings at your offices. Each module is roughly an hour and has been designed so your office safety director, business owner or training manager can reinforce specific training issues after the program and can discuss key points with employees.

How It Works:
Each module is $125 (for members) or $175 (for nonmembers) for the first six months.
Step 1: Once you purchase the online program, it is IMMEDIATELY available via an online link and password that you will receive via e-mail as your receipt.
Step 2: You may access the modules as many times as you want for six months.
Step 3: After your six month time period is up, you may renew your link for an additional six months for a $75 fee (for members) or $125 fee (for non members).

Module 1:
Plan Ahead For Safety
This comprehensive seminar reviews a brief history of the efforts of the International Window Cleaning Association toward the development of safety programs and nationally recognized standards. In addition, the remainder of this session addresses proper planning with regards to equipment use, identifying hazards, site assessments and fall protection.
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Module 2:
Using Rope Access for Descending a Building

This comprehensive seminar covers the most popular piece of high rise window cleaning access equipment. Discover all the known hazards and how to abate them at each building where you may be called on to descend from the roof to clean the windows. Topics covered are how to select the right equipment, how the equipment works, how to inspect the equipment and job site prior to use, the importance of a written plan, identifying anchorage points, helping a building to understand its part in the shared responsibility of workplace safety and basic and advanced rigging techniques.
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