Fall Protection & Prevention Training





Employers in Saskatchewan are responsible for conducting a hazard assessment, identifying the fall hazards in a workplace and implementing measures and safe work procedures that eliminate, reduce, or control the identified risk.


Saskatchewan safety associations designed this one-day fall protection training course for workers who work near fall hazards and must use a fall protection system. This course meets provincial legislative standards and references CSA standards for Fall Protection. Participants will inspect and don a fall arrest harness during this class.



In Class

  • Fall Protection Harness – required to complete practical component.  

If you do not have a harness, please make arrangements to access one before attending.


Course Focus

  • Discussion and review of Saskatchewan OHS Regulations regarding fall protection systems and equipment
  • Identification and uses of different fall protection systems
  • Creation of a written fall protection plan
  • Inspection of a lanyard and harness
  • Donning a fall arrest harness
  • Effective ladder safety

Course Features

  • Proven practices: over 25 years experience
  • SCSA Member pricing is $50 + GST & PST
  • Interactive experience with questions, group activities, class discussions
  • Printable/Online certificates available after training
  • Satisfies audit requirements for COR and SECOR job-specific training
  • Elective course for NCSO certification
  • References CSA Standards
  • 3-Year Expiry
  • Permanent training record available online through SCSA E-Passport
  • HCSAS, MSA, Service Hospitality, and SASWH recognize this training
  • Digital manuals and handouts

CEU Credits

Course hours can be used towards the Gold Seal Certification application for credits, subject to credit approval upon review. Note: every 6 hours of learning equals 1 Gold Seal credit.

This course may be eligible for BCRSP CPD points through the Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (www.bcrsp.ca) and Continuing Education Units through the Sask Operator Certification board (http://saskocb.ca/ceu-evaluations). For more information, see the noted websites.