OSHA requires that a "Competent Person" supervise all scaffold erection, movement, alteration and dismantling activities on construction sites. OSHA also requires that a "Competent Person" inspect each scaffold before each work shift and at other times. This Scaffold Competent Person Safety Workshop is designed to provide the training you need to be designated by your employer as a competent person for scaffold operations to comply with the OSHA 1926 Subpart L regulations for scaffolds.
The course includes an in depth review of the OSHA Subpart L Scaffold regulations for various supported scaffolds including Tubular Welded Frame Scaffolds, Systems Scaffolds and Tube & Coupler Scaffolds. The course also includes a hands-on practical exercise to familiarize participants with basic scaffold erection procedures.
|Course Topics Include:|
|Types of Scaffolds covered by Subpart L|
|Frequently Cited OSHA Scaffold Standards|
|Subpart L-Scope, Application & Definitions |
|Responsibilities of the Competent Person|
|Scaffold Capacity Determination & Leg Load Calculations|
|Platform Construction & Loading Considerations|
|Requirements for Supported Scaffolds|
|Scaffold Access Requirements|
|Requirements for Scaffold Use|
|Fall Protection Requirements on Scaffolds|
|Requirements for Falling Object Protection|
|Specific Requirements for Common Types of Supported Scaffolds|
|Basic Scaffold Erection & Dismantling Procedures|
Who Should Attend:
SafeDay recommends this course for Scaffold Erectors/Workers, Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents, Project Managers, Foremen, Safety Managers and other personnel responsible for supervising or managing scaffold related activities on construction, renovation & maintenance projects.
|Each Attendee Will Receive:|
|Scaffolding Competent Person Training Completion Card|
|Supported Scaffold Competent Person Course Manual|
|29 CFR Part 1926 OSHA Subpart L Regulations for Scaffolds|
|Sample Scaffold Inspection Form|