National Association of Tower Erectors - SH-27625-SH5

Fall Protection

Grantee Name: National Association of Tower Erectors Grant Number: SH-27625-SH5 Grant Year: 2015

The grantee developed and provided a training program for workers in the high hazard communication tower erection industry Nationwide. The topic covered is Fall Prevention. Training materials include Instructor and student workbooks, train-the-trainer student manual, and evaluation forms.

Fall Prevention Training Courses

Title Language Length Format File Size
Fall Prevention Training Courses
Fall Prevention Worker Instructor Workbook
English
62 pages
PDF 2.29 MB
Fall Prevention Worker Training Student Workbook
English
42 pages
PDF 1.43 MB
Fall Prevention Worker Training Course Evaluation Forms
English
3 pages
PDF 54.17 KB
Train-the-Trainer Evaluation Methods
English
6 pages
PDF 129.25 KB
Train-the-Trainer Outline
English
6 pages
PDF 162.65 KB
Train-the-Trainer Student Manual
English
44 pages
PDF 571.86 KB
Fall Prevention Worker Training
English
185 slides
PPTX 6.01 MB

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