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Fall Protection

Course Description

This Fall Protection course is approximately 8 hours long and aligned with BC Provincial Legislation. This course includes an instructor-led PowerPoint presentation, practical exercises, class discussions, videos, a written knowledge test and a practical exam.

The British Columbia Fall Protection course is recognized by BCCSA (British Columbia Construction Safety Alliance) for NCCO Designation.

Learning Objectives

The learning objectives of this Fall Protection course are to ensure that students demonstrate an understanding of the following:

  • The Fall Protection Standard requirements
  • Legislation as it relates to Fall Protection
  • Fall Restraint versus Fall Arrest
  • Types of Falls and Effects
  • Fall Protection Planning
  • The Training and Competency requirements
  • Rescue and Escape Planning
  • Recognition, Evaluation and Control of hazards
  • Completing a Hazard Assessment
  • Fall Arrest Calculations
  • Proper Donning and Doffing of Fall Protection Equipment

Course Registration

Don’t wait until it’s too late. Ensure the safety of your team by enrolling them in our Fall Protection training course. Join Interior Safety Network in our mission to create safer job-sites across British Columbia.

To register for a private class or onsite training for Confined Space, please contact us at (250) 682-1310

Dario Dzinic, BA, GSC, NCSO, P.GSC

Dario Dzinic

Your Safety Partner And Safety Instructor

Dario Dzinic, BA, GSC, NCSO, P.GSC, is an experienced safety consultant, instructor, investigator, and BCCSA-certified COR External Auditor.

Dario’s field and consulting expertise is in industries including construction, oil and gas, safety training, and workplace incident investigations.

Confined Space and Fall Protection classroom courses are franchised by Fusion Safety Services Ltd. and endorsed by the British Columbia Construction Safety Alliance (BCCSA) for NCSO Designation.

Learning Objective

The learning objectives of this Confined Space Entry / Standby Person course are to ensure that students demonstrate an understanding of the following:


Understanding Silica Hazards

Learn to identify and assess the risks associated with silica dust exposure, including its sources and health effects on the respiratory system.


Control Measures

Gain insights into effective control measures to limit silica dust exposure, including engineering controls, administrative controls, and personal protective equipment (PPE).


Respiratory Protection

Hands-on training in the proper selection, fitting, and use of respiratory protective equipment to safeguard against inhaling silica dust.


Exposure Monitoring

Understand the importance of air monitoring and exposure assessment to ensure compliance with occupational health and safety regulations.


Regulatory Compliance

Stay up-to-date with British Columbia’s safety regulations and standards related to silica exposure, avoiding legal implications and protecting worker health.

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