Recommended for anyone that works from suspended scaffolds. This course meets the City of Chicago requirement for suspended scaffold user training. The course focuses on creating awareness of the hazards associated with suspended scaffolds and the procedures to follow for the safe work from and operation of these scaffolds. The course is also a good introduction course or refresher course for individuals involved with erecting suspended scaffolds.
Anyone that works from suspended scaffolds.
- The need for training
- General safety information
- Jobsite survey
- Wire rope
- Fall arrest
- Electrical considerations
- Hands on demonstration
The course begins in the classroom for approximately 4 hours of instruction and concludes with a 30-question multiple choice review. After a lunch break the class reconvenes for a hands-on session where students have an opportunity to see a motor in operation. The motor and its emergency systems are tested and demonstrated to the students. Students who wish to are encouraged to operate the motor themselves.
Students who complete the course receive a record of training card from Stone Mountain Access Systems. This card is valid for 4 years.
Class sizes typically range from 1 to 50 with the optimal size being about 20. The time for the course extends with larger classes due to increased discussion time.
Please call your local Stone Mountain Access representative for a quote.