CAI Safety Systems Launches OSHA Competent Person Fall Protection Training

January 21, 2014 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
CAI Safety Systems, one of the leading providers of turnkey fall protection systems, now conducts onsite fall protection training courses at the client's site, including competent person, awareness/authorized person, and train the trainer. This allows clients to train all team members responsible at one time, saving time and money versus separate training sessions. The course is recommended for managers and immediate supervisors of authorized persons or individuals working at height. This training includes Competent Person and Competent Inspector.

CAI customizes each course specifically to each client's specific fall hazards. The dedicated trainer will meet with the department leaders in advance to discuss specific hazards, challenges, and needs in order to develop a training agenda with an emphasis on the specific fall protection needs without compromising the OSHA or ANSI Z359.2 fall protection training requirements. CAI trainers have the best range of fall protection equipment at their disposal to allow students to learn hands on and practice during the training session.

Students will expand their knowledge and ability to identify hazardous conditions, develop programs, and make equipment selections to properly deal with fall hazards. Upon successful completion of this course, the student will receive a certificate acknowledging they have met or exceeded OSHA and ANSI requirements as a Competent Person.

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About CAI Safety Systems:
CAI provides turnkey fall protection, fall restraint and fall arrest systems for railcar, truck, roof, aircraft, bus, crane, tanks, ladder and many more applications. CAI offers OSHA and ANSI compliant horizontal lifeline, guardrail, anchor, safety gate, access platforms and gangways customized for your safety needs. The company has extensive experience in providing a full range of systems to fit your application, including fixed, mobile, building mounted, and portable fall protection systems.