Working at Heights - NEW program - December 2019

The purpose of Working at Heights training is to establish a threshold criteria of high-quality, consistent training for Ontario workers who work at heights. This strengthens workplace safety culture, improves worker knowledge and helps reduce the number of fall-related incidents, injuries and fatalities.

Employers must ensure that workers, who are required to use fall protection, successfully complete mandatory oral, written and practical 'Working at Heights' training that meets training program standards established by Ontario's Chief Prevention Officer (CPO).

Who Needs to Take This Training?

All workers exposed to a fall hazard, as defined by the Occupational Health and Safety Act, need training, knowledge and experience to recognize hazards when working at a height or depth greater than three metres (10 feet). These workers include:
  • Service or Maintenance Workers
  • Construction & Construction-Related Industry Workers
  • Utility Workers
  • Roofing, Siding and Window Installers

CPO-Approved Course Overview

Falls happen all too often and are the leading cause of fatalities in the construction industry. This course will provide participants with the basic knowledge needed to work safely in work areas where there may be exposure to fall hazards.

Our CPO approved course addresses safe work practices and procedures as specified in Regulations empowered by the Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Act and the MLTSD (Ministry of Labour, Training & Skills Development). All instructors have successfully completed and are certified under the WSG Quality Assurance Policy.

The full-daytraining is delivered in two segments, a theoretical portion and a practical component.

Workplace Safety - Working at Heights Certificate - Front 

Course Details      

Theoretical Segment

  • Rights & Responsibilities related to Working at Heights under the OHSA Act & Regs. 213/91 and 851

  • Fall Hazard Recognition

  • Hierarchy of Controls & Safe Work Strategies

  • Safety Procedures for Hazard Warning Methods & Physical Barriers

  • Safety Procedures For Ladders & Similar Equipment; Lifting Devices

  • An Introduction to Personal Fall Protection Equipment-Selection, Donning, Doffing & Maintenance

Practical Segment

  • Hands-on demonstration of specific Personal Fall Protection Equipment
  • Equipment Inspection, Care and Maintenance
  • Fall Protection Principles, Systems and Components
  • Barriers & Safety Nets
  • Anchor Points
  • Ladder safety, Scaffold safety and EWP & AWP safety
  • Fall Prevention & Rescue Plans
  • On-site First Aid for a Fallen Worker

Course Details
Length: 7.5 Hours - Saturday classes available on request.
Individual Price: $120.00
Groups:  8 to 48 needing on-site training: Contact us for Special Rates - TF  1.866.347.7707

**MOL now requires learners to provide photo ID at time of registration. If you do not provide proper identification WSG may refuse you access to the classroom and you may not receive a refund.**

Working at Heights Recertification

After three years, refresher training must be taken by workers. Workers renew their Working at Heights certification by successfully completing a CPO-approved half-day “refresher” training program. For more details visit our product page.

Other important courses WSG offers: • Confined Space Awareness

Elevated Work Platforms

Bucket Truck/Aerial Lift Awareness Training

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CANCELLATION POLICY: Cancellations received less than 5 business days prior to a course start date will not be refunded. Workplace Safety Group reserves the right to cancel or reschedule a training session. A $25.00 Administration Fee will apply to all customer requested cancellations.

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