Best Hands-on Fall Protection Training

for Your Employees at Height

Best Hands-on Fall Protection

Training for

Your Employees at Height

Explore how you can get certified faster, reduce safety risk, and accelerate operational performance with Safety One.

Find the Right Fall Protection Training Course

Safety One offers active learning, hands-on training, and support to help your staff succeed with work at height. Whether you are a beginner at tower climbing, or a professional that needs to renew your fall protection certification, we’ve got a course just for you.

  • OSHA and ANSI compliant
  • Advanced techniques with raising systems and cross hauls
  • Different types of ground based and tower based rescues
  • Fall Protection Competent person
  • Tower Climber Competent person
  • Able to set up various types of safety systems for training and
  • Able to adapt when different scenarios arise in the field
  • Industry-leading rope access training
  • Three levels of SPRAT certifications available
  • Competent person rigging training
  • Pole and site inspection
  • Climbing techniques
  • Rescue methods/applications
  • OSHA and ANSI compliant
  • Basic operator safety training with an emphasis on fall protection techniques, emergency procedures, and rescue training
  • Meet OSHA, ANSI, and NFPA standards
  • Permit Required vs. Non Permit Required Confined Spaces
  • Manual vs. Mechanical Rescue Systems
  • Equipment use/inspection
  • Rescue methods/applications

Fall Protection FAQs

Fall Protection Definition

Fall protection refers to the use of equipment and techniques to protect someone from falling at height. In the event that someone does fall, proper fall protection may prevent that person from sustaining severe injuries from the fall.


Fall protection equipment involves three primary principles: anchorages, body support, and connection.


There are two categories of equipment related to fall protection: Fall-Arrest Equipment to stop a fall after it occurs, and Fall-Prevention/Restraint Equipment to reduce the possibility of a fall.

When Is Fall Protection Required?

For the construction industry OSHA requires a form of fall restraint when working at or within 6 feet of an unprotected edge.

Fall Protection Training

The purpose of fall protection training is to provide workers at-height with the knowledge and tools to identify and solve fall protection issues before they arise.


At Safety One, we offer a variety of fall protection training courses to meet different types of needs in various industries:





Custom Fall Protection Training

Serving Unique and Specialized Needs


Custom-built Safety One Fall Protection courses balance the industry/regulation requirements with your unique situation and requirements to provide premier safety & rescue training support.