Thursday, October 3, 2019 is the final day to register online for
IWCA’s OSHA Compliance Safety Training Session
to be held on Friday, October 11, 2019 in Boise, ID.
The IWCA is hosting a full day of safety training with a morning session on Fall Protection and an afternoon session on workplace safety and Rope Descent Systems.
Attendees can register for the full day, or separately for the morning or afternoon training programs.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11TH
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
7:30 am Breakfast and Introductions
8:00am-12:00 pm OSHA Compliance-Fall Protection-presented by Mike Draper of Expert Safety Services with Commentary by Stefan Bright, IWCA Safety Director
The class is designed with OSHA 1910 General Industry Standard in mind covering the subparts of the standard that deal specifically with Window Cleaning and Pressure Washing with the exception of Rope Descent Systems and Aerial Lift Training. It will also cover ladder safety centering around extension, stack, step and telescoping ladders with emphasis on proper set up, inspection, and use based on OSHA 1910.23. The class also covers Chemical Safety, Water Fed Pole Safety, Electrical Hazards, Noise Control, Personal Protective Equipment and First Aid. Specific emphasis is given to residential and commercial fall protection systems while accessing roofs utilizing OSHA 1910.30 as guideline for training requirements. This class will also teach those attending how to prepare a Job Hazard Analysis as well as how to sell Safety in their perspective marketplace.
1:00pm-2:00pm Think Safe–Act Safe–Be Safe- presented by Stefan Bright, IWCA Safety Director
This comprehensive seminar lays it all out with regards to why it’s so important to have a culture of safety in your business and workplace environment.
2:00pm to 4:00 pm OSHA Compliance Rope Descent Systems –
The new OSHA Regulations which were 25 years in the making identify the importance of proper training for workers using rope-descending systems. Gain an understanding of the proper equipment selection, inspection and maintenance, accepted rigging practices, fall arrest requirements and rescue considerations from the well-known industry expert and IWCA Safety Director, Stefan Bright.
4:00 pm Wrap-up and dismissal.