Legal Requirements as required by the Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations:
- OHSA – 25(2)(A), (D) and (H)
- OHSA Regulation 443/09
- OHSA Regulation 213
Participants will receive training in the following elements:
- Understanding the regulations that apply to the use of Stilts in Construction
- When stilts can be used and when they can not be used
- Fall Protection as it applies to the use of stilts.
- How to inspect your equipment.
- Understanding the hazards associated with the use of stilts.
- Practical evaluation to ensure that participants can use stilts safely.
Who Should Attend?
This is a MANDATORY Training program for anyone who will be using stilts in construction
The Safety Bus
* price does not include HST
* travel costs may apply
- Wallet Card
- Written Test & Practical Evaluation
- Records of Training
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About Construction Safety Trainers
Construction Safety Trainers Inc. a division of Industrial Safety Trainers, operates out of a state-of-the-art facility in Barrie Ontario, and employs 17 consultants, trainers and support staff. We have recently expanded to create a satellite office in Eastern Ontario and Iqaluit Nunavut, serving a diverse clientele across Canada.
As Ministry of Labour authorized providers of Safety Representative Certification training, we are one of Ontario’s largest independent providers of Health & Safety programs, consulting and training. Our team is a highly skilled group of certified professionals with a wealth of industry experience.
We believe the goal of making a workplace safe should not be a burden to the employer, it should be easy and affordable. We strive to ensure that our clients are educated about the applicable provincial and federal safety laws and how they should be applied. Our services are offered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at no extra charge.
“We believe the goal of making a workplace safe should not be a burden to the employer, it should be easy and affordable. We strive to ensure that our clients are educated about the applicable provincial and federal safety laws and how they should be applied.”