WALKING–WORKING SURFACES

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WALKING–WORKING SURFACES

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

The Walking-Working Surfaces standard can be viewed from the perspective of two major categories: One relates to the hazards associated with falls at the same level; and the other relates to the hazards associated with falls from elevated surfaces. This course touches on several areas of consideration such as maintaining a clean workplace, providing safe access to and egress from any horizontal or vertical surface on or through which a person walks, works, or gains access to a workplace location. The requirements include those surfaces inside work facilities as well as on company property. The primary purpose of this standard is to provide adequate protection from falls by addressing conditions in the work areas and building structures.

REGULATORY REFERENCE:

29 CFR 1910 Subpart D Walking-Working Surfaces
ASSE/ANSI A1264.1-2017 Safety Requirements for Workplace Walking-Working Surfaces and Their Access; Workplace, Floor, Wall and Roof Openings; Stairs and Guardrail Systems

APPROXIMATE DURATION:

Part One:
25 Minutes

Part Two:
25 Minutes

COURSE OUTLINE

Part One:

  1. Introduction
  2. Training Objectives
  3. Passageways and Aisles
  4. Floors of Passageways and Work Spaces
  5. Workplace Grounds
  6. Platforms
  7. Stairways
  8. Ladders
  9. Summary

Part Two:

  1. Introduction
  2. Training Objectives
  3. Scaffolding
  4. Hatchways and Chute Floors
  5. Slopes, Ramps, and Dockboards
  6. Roofs
  7. Hoist Areas
  8. Pits, Manholes, and Step Bolts
  9. Runways
  10. Rope Descent Systems (Not Covered)
  11. Protection for Wall Openings and Holes
  12. Inspections
  13. Retraining
  14. Protection from Falling Objects
  15. Summary

WORKPLACE SAFETY MATTERS

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