Sinclair’s Safety specialists can help you with Competent Person Scaffolding Training. A “competent person” as defined by OSHA must ultimately have the ability to predict hazards and the authority to make changes to mitigate those hazards after training.
Our training covers the OSHA Scaffold requirements and is designed to enable participants to effectively understand scaffold hazards and how to mitigate them. The training covers OSHA’s most serious scaffold hazards, including: falls, unsafe access, falling objects, electrocutions, and scaffold collapse. Areas covered in training include: erecting and dismantling, moving scaffolding, safe work procedures, and guardrails and planking.
Safety training, OSHA compliance is part of our risk management approach.
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