SAIATU - SAIA Competent Person Training – Suspended Scaffold

Tuesday, January 21 from 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM | Room N204, North Hall, Las Vegas Convention Center « Back

This program is designed for suspended scaffold users and covers all the safety aspects regarding suspended scaffold stages, ropes, regulations, guardrail requirements, fall protection, hoists and installation components. The course format includes a combination of presentation, question and answer, and final exam.

Participants who score 70% or higher on the Competent Person written exam will receive a certificate of completion and wallet card from the SAIA Training Program, certifying completion of Competent Person Training with Suspended Scaffold.

* The Course includes the training manual, Safety Training for Suspended Scaffolds, with self-test questions for each chapter.
* The chapter self-tests, are included in the manual. The final exam is largely based on the questions within the self-tests and it is important that students correctly answer all the self-test questions. The correctly completed self-test questions become a very useful study guide to prepare for the final exam.

How to prepare: We recommend that you register early in order to allow yourself plenty of time to study. It is absolutely necessary that participants read the textbook and complete all of the self-tests. Please bring the textbook on the day of the class for review.

Presented by the Scaffold & Access Industry Association.

Note: If your competent person designation is older than three years old, it is expired. You can re-certify at this course.

SAIATU Fee: $300

Questions about this program should be directed to Granville Loar with SAIA.
Ph: 816-595-4860 or Email granville@saiaonline.org.
For more information on SAIA go to www.saiaonline.org.

 


Event Type: Industry Training > Session


 

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