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Working at Heights and Working at Heights Refreshers

3-Year Certification for Both

Course Duration

Full Course: Minimum course length 6.5 hours (mandated by MLTSD)
Refresher: Minimum course length 3.5 hours (mandated by MLTSD)

Who Should Take This Course

Mandatory for anyone in the construction industry working at heights (e.g. ladders, scaffolds, roofs etc.)

Formerly known in the construction industry as Fall Protection, this new standard came into effect April 2015. This Working at Heights Safety Training Program is a requirement for workers on construction projects who may use any of the following methods of fall protection:

Course Description

The Working at Heights Training Program Standard is designed to support consistent and quality training for workers in the Province of Ontario, with respect to core competencies required for Working at Heights regarding the following areas:

There are two modules to the Working at Heights Training Program: Working at Heights Basic Theory and Working at Heights Practical. The Working at Heights Basic Theory module must be successfully completed before the Working at Heights Practical module is taken.

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Very informative and easy to understand. Anthony, July 2016

Member of the Canadian Society of Safety Engineering

Member of the Building Industry and Land Development Association

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Member of the Ontario Home Builders Association