Does your company have a documented pole top rescue plan?
Are your employees trained and certified to execute a rescue in a timely manner with proper training and equipment available?
Most pole top accidents dating back over 30 years have been blamed on poor climbing techniques, and many linked to either inadequate and/or no training.
Whether you are a seasoned veteran with experience or a newer climber, this course has proven to be beneficial to wood pole climbers at all experience levels as we address standards, techniques and proper equipment.
Upon successful completion of the course, students will receive the Safety One Certification and will be able to:
Two-Day Climbing and Rescue (16 hours)
One-Day Recertification (8 hours)
This course teaches the theory and techniques of:
This Pole Top Climb & Rescue course is suitable for new and experienced climbers required to work on or maintain wood poles and electricity poles.
OSHA requires workers to be trained and certified in proper climbing and rescue methods for working at elevated positions on wood poles.
No formal prerequisites for this course.
This course meets the requirements of the OSHA Regulation.
Fall restrict equipment for wood pole climbing
This course uses compliant safety methods from ANSI Z490.1
Classroom Training Covering the Following Topics
Students will receive the Safety One Pole Top Climb & Rescue Student Manual and other materials necessary for the course.
“Being a journeyman lineman I had low expectations for another climbing class but I discovered numerous tricks from taking this one, which will make me a better climber. These guys are great at what they do!”
Standard Fall Protection Safety & Rescue Training
For companies that have five or more employees that need safety certification, Safety One offers all open enrollment courses and customized fall protection trainings at the client’s site.
By tailoring a training course to your site and your staff, we are able to address specific issues unique to your business needs and resolve fall protection hazards in and around your facility.
In addition, there is cost savings by reducing employee down time.