What You Will Learn
- Examine the history, design and intended purpose of SRDs
- Recognize the OSHA and ANSI/ASSP Z359 requirements for SRDs
- Identify the advantages and disadvantages of using SRDs as compared to lanyards
- Recognize the associated hazards and potential risks when using SRDS
- Perform (or Review) clearance calculations for required clearances when using SRDs
- Recognize the steps for inspecting, installing and servicing SRDs
Length & Time
1 day - 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM CST
Levels (Experience with Topic)
Beginner: 0-4 years
Our Live Virtual Classroom provides all the benefits of face-to-face instruction without the travel time. If you have a computer with a camera, audio and internet access, you’re ready to learn wherever you are at exactly the same time as other attendees. Instructors can see you and you can see them. Plus, you can ask questions and engage with other virtual learners in real time.
Greg Small, P.E., P.Eng., MEng, Founder, Elevated Insight & Engineering Ltd.
Greg Small has nearly 40 years of hands-on experience in the design and testing of active fall protection systems. With over three decades of active participation, writing and chairing of CSA Z259 and ANSI/ASSP Z359 standards in Canada and the U.S., Small’s expertise is deeply woven into their technical content. His contributions include leading the development of Canadian and American standards for designing active fall protection systems, horizontal lifelines and anchorage connectors among many others. Small has a deep historical and technical understanding of how fall protection works — or should and perhaps could work. He is uniquely able to explain why things should be done in particular ways, and in some cases, why we need to improve what we do. He teaches qualified fall protection engineer courses, serves as a forensic investigator and expert witness, and helps manufacturers develop innovative fall protection products and systems.
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