Safety One Training

Fall Protection and Tower Climbing

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Standard Climber Certification

Class Date Location
June 21, 2016 Littleton, CO Contact us
June 21, 2016 Portland, OR Contact us
June 28, 2016 Manchester, CT Contact us
June 28, 2016 Las Vegas, NV Contact us
July 11, 2016 Littleton, CO Contact us
July 12, 2016 Boise, ID Contact us
July 19, 2016 LaGrange, GA Contact us
July 26, 2016 Littleton, CO Contact us
July 26, 2016 McKinney, TX Contact us

 

snow training and rescue
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Snow Vehicle / Snow Cat Safety Courses

Class Date Location
Basic Snowcat Operator Certification Training TBD/2016-2017 Season Littleton / Leadville, CO Contact us
Recertification Snowcat Operator Training TBD/2016-2017 Season Littleton / Leadville, CO Contact us
Basic Snowcat Operator Certification Training TBD/2016-2017 Season Auburn, CA Contact us
Recertification Snowcat Operator Training TBD/2016-2017 Season Auburn, CA Contact us
Basic Snowcat Operator Certification Training TBD/2016-2017 Season Reno, NV Contact us
Recertification Snowcat Operator Training TBD/2016-2017 Season Reno, NV Contact us
Basic Snowcat Operator Certification Training TBD/2016-2017 Season Mt. Hood, OR Contact us
Recertification Snowcat Operator Training TBD/2016-2017 Season Mt. Hood, OR Contact us
Basic Snowcat Operator Certification Training TBD/2016-2017 Season Heber City, UT Contact us
Recertification Snowcat Operator Training TBD/2016-2017 Season Heber City, UT Contact us
Advanced Snowcat Operations Skills Training TBD/2016-2017 Season Littleton / Leadville, CO Contact us
Custom Training TBD TBD Contact us

Safety Tip – How do you inspect your equipment?The easy answer that we give during our safety & rescue certification classes is the following: “Inspect each piece of equipment every day according to the manufacturer’s specifications”.While this might seem like a politically correct way to answer a question that requires more depth, it is still the only right way to respond. Descenders, lanyards, rope grabs, harnesses, and every other piece of equipment vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. Just because someone may have taught you all the key points to inspect on your harness when you were issued your first one, it doesn’t mean that the new harness you replaced it with should be inspected exactly the same way. There are likely new features that need to be inspected.

Keep the manufacturer’s info sheet that comes with every new piece of equipment that you get. It is a requirement by OSHA that you know each inspection criteria for each piece of gear that you have. For instance, are your shock absorbing lanyards rated for a factor 1 (6ft) or factor 2 (12ft) freefall?

Inspect your equipment daily and be sure to know every critical part to inspect.

Stay safe and watch out for each other out there.

Safety One Training International Inc.

We specialize in training programs for employees whose work involves special hazards in areas beyond easy access and rapid emergency aid. We focus on workers who must negotiate terrain which presents unique hazards in any line of work or industry. Safety One is the leader in safety training for utilities, government, and corporations worldwide, specifically focusing on two main areas of safety:

Environmental & Vehicle Training:

We are the experts in Winter Survival and Snow Vehicle / Snow Cat Safety. Our course offerings also include: Arid Survival, UTV and ATV Operators training, Helicopter Passenger Safety

Safety & Rescue at Height:

Our Tower Climbing Safety & Rescue training teaches climbing safety, rescue, and fall protection. While primarily focused around the telecommunications arena, we also assist oil& gas, wind energy and other at height industries with their safety requirements. One of key strengths is the ability to customize your courses specifically to fit your needs, especially in terms of rope access, confined space and other unique challenges.

As the leaders in the safety training field, we’ve created riveting and innovative programs that reinforce our company’s mission and OSHA standards, which is to keep safety priority one. Our hands-on courses assist our students in grasping concepts that can mean the difference between life and death.