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Walking and Working Surfaces: Comprehensive Training
Product Code: WLK
Running Time: 21 minutes

To ensure workers are provided with safe working and traveling surfaces, OSHA has developed and recently updated its regulation 29 CFR 1910 Subpart D, titled “Walking and Working Surfaces".  Those employees covered by the regulation must be trained in the nature of the fall hazards in the work area and how to recognize them, as well as in the procedures to be followed to minimize those hazards.  This program discusses the requirements addressed in the sections of the regulation in detail so viewers can make sure the surfaces on which they work or travel are safe and secure.
  • Slips and Trips hazards, causes, corrections and working around stairs.
  • Fall Protection Systems to be used around an "unprotected edge" such as Guardrails, Safety Nets and Personal Fall Protection.
  • Personal Fall Arrest Systems and its proper use including: Anchor Points, Body Harnesses, Connecting Devices and calculating / limiting fall distance.
  • Portable & Fixed Ladders:  inspection, setup and safe work practices.
  • Scaffolding: Qualified Person, erection, guardrails and other hazards.
  • Falling Objects, head protection and various protective measures such as toe boards, screens, guardrail systems, canopy structures and barricades.  
  • Dock Boards, runways & catwalks and hoist areas.
  • Holes, openings, low-sloped roofs and dangerous equipment.
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Walking & Working Surfaces: Comprehensive Training

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