Construction Fall Protection (CITF) (SE)
UBC Construction Fall Protection Course is designed to help workers recognize working conditions that may lead to falls and to understand the methods available to prevent falls.This course addresses safety requirements when working from an elevated area such as stairs, ladders, scaffolds, aerial lifts and steel erection.It also addresses how to use, inspect and maintain personal protective equipment.
Edison Training Center APPRENTICE PREREQUISITES: 1st year carpenters and millwrights ONLY.
Class minimum: 10 *class may be subject to cancellation if class minimum not met.
Members attending training must provide their own safety shoes, safety goggles, gloves, ear protection and hard hats. Failure to provide your own safety equipment may result in your being dropped from a particular training session.
100% attendance is required for all courses. Members must attend all class dates to receive credit/hours. NO credit will be given for an incomplete course and there will be NO makeup dates. If you are unable to complete the entire course, you will have to withdraw and sign up for the next available class and complete all hours. *We ask that all members arrive on time. Late arrivals (and early departures) are disruptive to instructors and participants. Poor attendance / disruptive behavior will result in your being dropped from a particular training session.
To maximize the effectiveness of our training sessions, we limit the number of attendees. If you are registered for a specific training and need to cancel, please take a minute and log-on to the website and withdraw from the class. Once you log-in, classes you are registered for will appear under your profile, click on the class to unregister.
Failure to withdraw or notify us within 3 days of the start date of the class will result in a NO SHOW in your training history and may result in you being denied registration for future training. We reserve the right to cancel any course for which there is an insufficient number of registered attendees. Registrants may then enroll in the next available offering of the course, or cancel the registration.