Fall Protection Competent Person Training

Dec. 6-8, 2022
8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. CST
Building & Fire Code Academy Elgin, Ill.

Member Price: $1,995
Nonmember Price: $2,995

Class description

Have you noticed greater demands for comprehensive fall-protection training from general contractors and building owners and in contracts? Did you know OSHA requires you to have a competent person responsible for fall protection training for all employees?

Because falls continue to be the leading cause of death in the roofing industry and top reason for OSHA to issue citations and fines, fall protection continues to be a critical issue for roofing contractors. To help you address fall-protection concerns and comply with OSHA regulations and the Army Corp. of Engineers’ EM 385 24-hour fall-protection training requirements, NRCA now offers a new, in-person training course.

NRCA’s three-day, roofing-specific Fall Protection Competent Person Training course is perfect for foremen, crew leaders, safety directors and NRCA Qualified Trainers. Participants learn the latest information about fall hazard recognition (including job hazard analysis); fall-protection system specifications and limitations; detailed inspection protocols for fall-protection equipment and roof deck integrity; self-rescue and assisted rescue from an arrested fall; effective training techniques; and more.

Those who successfully complete the course meet the critical, knowledge-based aspects of OSHA’s competent person requirements for fall-protection trainer and safety monitor, as well as satisfy the Army Corps of Engineers’ EM385 24-hour fall-protection training requirements. Each also will receive an NRCA certificate verifying he or she meets these requirements.

Make sure your key employees stay current with the latest fall-protection requirements. Have them register today!

Class location:

Building & Fire Code Academy Elgin, Ill.
2420 Vantage Dr,
Elgin, IL

NRCA understands circumstances may arise that require you to cancel your registration. However, last-minute cancelations or no-shows are detrimental to NRCA’s intentionally small courses.

Cancelations must be made in writing. If you cancel more than 10 business days before an event, you may receive a full refund. If you cancel two to 10 days before the event, you may send another person in your place or receive a credit voucher for an NRCA University program within the next 12 months.

No-shows or cancellations made less than 48 hours before a class will not receive a refund or credit. Exceptions can be made on a case-by-case basis.

NRCA reserves the right to cancel programs. If such a cancellation occurs, registrants will be notified and refunded the full program tuition. NRCA will attempt to reschedule or make alternative arrangements for any canceled programs.

All payments are due and payable before the start of a course. NRCA is not responsible for other costs incurred.


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