Ironworkers - IMPACT Safety Call
Hosted by Pete Hayes, president, Red Cedar Steel Erectors
Open discussion on fall protection and the Ironworker Foremen Fall Protection Training Course for Supervisors
Wednesday, November 17, 2021
1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. E.S.T.
The Iron Workers safety and health department, in partnership with the 3M™ Personal Safety Division, developed the Foremen Fall Protection Training Course to provide foremen and contractors with a free 4-hour training session to address falls, one of the Iron Workers' deadly dozen hazards.
The first pilot program, conducted on August 26, 2021, at Iron Workers Local 86 training facility (Seattle), is designed for foremen/supervisors designated for managing the steel erection process to recognize common fall hazard conditions and methods of control. Contractor management representatives are also encouraged to participate in the training and understand the use of the latest products.
· Regulatory Review
· Calculating System Limits
· Anchor Types & Connectors
· Body Harness Support
· Roles of Foremen - Supervisors
· Climbing & Transitioning
· Use of Fall Rescue Plans
· Horizontal Lifeline Systems
· Calculating Free-Fall Distance
· Avoiding Impalement Hazards
· Avoiding Swing-Fall Hazards
· Leading/Sharp Edge Situations
The Iron Workers-IMPACT International Safety Call utilizes RingCentral, a virtual meeting media that allows all parties to easily communicate and share information. The call is open to all project owners, general contractors, regulatory agencies, contractors and local unions throughout North America. Participants are encouraged to ask questions.