24 Hour Fall Protection – EM 385 (3 Days)

This in-depth Fall Protection – 24 Hour EM 385 training course is designed for those in a leadership position who must also serve as the competent person and supervise other contractors and employees working at an elevated level.

This course includes in-class lectures including PowerPoint and video and hands-on scenarios applying theory discussed to practical workplace situations.

This Competent Person training is a pass/fail program incorporating both written and practical examinations and is based on the requirements of the federal regulations and local legislation that will be discussed and reinforced.

Attendees will learn practical solutions to difficult fall protection problems using appropriate tools and equipment.​

Any fall protection equipment that is required will be demonstrated during class; however, students can bring their own personal fall equipment to class for both demonstration and use. Participants will be required participate in Personal Fall Arrest Systems training (hands-on exercises), which may include: inspection procedures, donning procedures, fit test, selection, application and care of equipment.

Class Hours:

8:00am – 4:30pm each day

24 Hour Fall Protection – EM 385 (3 Days)

This in-depth Fall Protection – 24 Hour EM 385 training course is designed for those in a leadership position who must also serve as the competent person and supervise other contractors and employees working at an elevated level.

This course includes in-class lectures including PowerPoint and video and hands-on scenarios applying theory discussed to practical workplace situations.

This Competent Person training is a pass/fail program incorporating both written and practical examinations and is based on the requirements of the federal regulations and local legislation that will be discussed and reinforced.

Attendees will learn practical solutions to difficult fall protection problems using appropriate tools and equipment.​

Any fall protection equipment that is required will be demonstrated during class; however, students can bring their own personal fall equipment to class for both demonstration and use. Participants will be required participate in Personal Fall Arrest Systems training (hands-on exercises), which may include: inspection procedures, donning procedures, fit test, selection, application and care of equipment.

Class Hours:

8:00am – 4:30pm each day

8 Hour EM-385 Annual Refresher Course

This course is designed for those who have completed the 40 hour course and will continue
performing the duties as a Site Safety and Health Officer (SSHO) on a United States Army
Corps of Engineers (USACE) government project under EM-385 requirements.
Review

Topics:
Preparation of Site-Specific Accident Prevention Plan (APP) EM-385 01.A.11
Site Safety Health Officer’s Qualifications & Responsibilities EM-385 01.A.17
Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA) development EM-385 01.A.13
Cranes and Rigging EM-385 15+16
Personnel training EM-385 01.B
Emergency planning and response EM-385 01.E+F
Site auditing/inspection and deficiency identification process EM-385 01.A.2
Requirements of the Fall protection Program EM-385 section 21
Accident reporting and Recordkeeping EM-385 01.D
UASCE EM-385 specific requirements beyond OSHA
Specific sections upon customer request
Any recent changes to the EM 385-1-1

Who Should Attend: Employees who completed the 40 hour within the last 12 months and
need to maintain competency with the EM-385 required documented training.

Regulatory Requirements: OSHA 29CFR 1926; United States Army Corps of Engineers
(USACE) EM-385 and various ANSI standards.

Class Hours:

8:00am – 4:30pm

40 Hour EM-385 Compliance Course – (5 Days)

This course is designed for those who will be performing the duties as a Site Safety and
Health Officer (SSHO) on a United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) government
project under EM-385 requirements. The course will earn both an OSHA outreach
Construction 30- hour Department of Labor (DOL) card and proof of the documented 40
hours training required under EM-385.

Topics: 

  • Preparation of Site-Specific Accident Prevention Plan (APP) EM-385 01.A.11
  • Site Safety Health Officer’s Qualifications & Responsibilities EM-385 01.A.17
  • Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA) development EM-385 01.A.13
  • Cranes and Rigging EM-385 15+16
  • Personnel training EM-385 01.B
  • Emergency planning and response EM-385 01.E+F
  • Site auditing/inspection and deficiency identification process EM-385 01.A.2
  • Requirements of the Fall protection Program EM-385 section 21
  • Accident reporting and Recordkeeping EM-385 01.D
  • UASCE EM-385 specific requirements beyond OSHA
  •  Specific sections upon customer request
  • Any recent changes to the EM 385-1-1

Who Should Attend: Employees who are assigned to be SSHO, Supervisors or Program
Managers on a United States Army Corps of Engineers project complying with Em-385
regulations.  Regulatory Requirements: OSHA 29CFR 1926;EM-385 and various ANSI standards.

Class Hours:

8:00AM to 4:30PM each day

24 Hour Fall Protection – EM 385 (3 Days)

This in-depth Fall Protection – 24 Hour EM 385 training course is designed for those in a leadership position who must also serve as the competent person and supervise other contractors and employees working at an elevated level.

This course includes in-class lectures including PowerPoint and video and hands-on scenarios applying theory discussed to practical workplace situations.

This Competent Person training is a pass/fail program incorporating both written and practical examinations and is based on the requirements of the federal regulations and local legislation that will be discussed and reinforced.

Attendees will learn practical solutions to difficult fall protection problems using appropriate tools and equipment.​

Any fall protection equipment that is required will be demonstrated during class; however, students can bring their own personal fall equipment to class for both demonstration and use. Participants will be required participate in Personal Fall Arrest Systems training (hands-on exercises), which may include: inspection procedures, donning procedures, fit test, selection, application and care of equipment.

Class Hours:

8:00am – 4:30pm each day

8 Hour EM-385 Annual Refresher Course

This course is designed for those who have completed the 40 hour course and will continue
performing the duties as a Site Safety and Health Officer (SSHO) on a United States Army
Corps of Engineers (USACE) government project under EM-385 requirements.
Review

Topics: 

  • Preparation of Site-Specific Accident Prevention Plan (APP) EM-385 01.A.11
  • Site Safety Health Officer’s Qualifications & Responsibilities EM-385 01.A.17
  • Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA) development EM-385 01.A.13
  • Cranes and Rigging EM-385 15+16
  • Personnel training EM-385 01.B
  • Emergency planning and response EM-385 01.E+F
  • Site auditing/inspection and deficiency identification process EM-385 01.A.2
  • Requirements of the Fall protection Program EM-385 section 21
  • Accident reporting and Recordkeeping EM-385 01.D
  • UASCE EM-385 specific requirements beyond OSHA
  • Specific sections upon customer request
  • Any recent changes to the EM 385-1-1

Who Should Attend: Employees who completed the 40 hour within the last 12 months and
need to maintain competency with the EM-385 required documented training.

Regulatory Requirements: OSHA 29CFR 1926; United States Army Corps of Engineers
(USACE) EM-385 and various ANSI standards.

Class Hours:

8:00am – 4:30pm

40 Hour EM-385 Compliance Course – (5 Days)

This course is designed for those who will be performing the duties as a Site Safety and
Health Officer (SSHO) on a United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) government
project under EM-385 requirements. The course will earn both an OSHA outreach
Construction 30- hour Department of Labor (DOL) card and proof of the documented 40
hours training required under EM-385.

Topics: 

  • Preparation of Site-Specific Accident Prevention Plan (APP) EM-385 01.A.11
  • Site Safety Health Officer’s Qualifications & Responsibilities EM-385 01.A.17
  • Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA) development EM-385 01.A.13
  • Cranes and Rigging EM-385 15+16
  • Personnel training EM-385 01.B
  • Emergency planning and response EM-385 01.E+F
  • Site auditing/inspection and deficiency identification process EM-385 01.A.2
  • Requirements of the Fall protection Program EM-385 section 21
  • Accident reporting and Recordkeeping EM-385 01.D
  • UASCE EM-385 specific requirements beyond OSHA
  •  Specific sections upon customer request
  • Any recent changes to the EM 385-1-1

Who Should Attend: 
Employees who are assigned to be SSHO, Supervisors or Program
Managers on a United States Army Corps of Engineers project complying with Em-385
regulations.  Regulatory Requirements: OSHA 29CFR 1926;EM-385 and various ANSI standards.

Class Hours:

8:00AM to 4:30PM each day

24 Hour Fall Protection – EM 385 (3 Days)

This in-depth Fall Protection – 24 Hour EM 385 training course is designed for those in a leadership position who must also serve as the competent person and supervise other contractors and employees working at an elevated level.

This course includes in-class lectures including PowerPoint and video and hands-on scenarios applying theory discussed to practical workplace situations.

This Competent Person training is a pass/fail program incorporating both written and practical examinations and is based on the requirements of the federal regulations and local legislation that will be discussed and reinforced.

Attendees will learn practical solutions to difficult fall protection problems using appropriate tools and equipment.​

Any fall protection equipment that is required will be demonstrated during class; however, students can bring their own personal fall equipment to class for both demonstration and use. Participants will be required participate in Personal Fall Arrest Systems training (hands-on exercises), which may include: inspection procedures, donning procedures, fit test, selection, application and care of equipment.

Class Hours:

8:00am – 4:30pm each day

EM-385 Annual Refresher Course (8 Hours)

This course is designed for those who have completed the 40 hour course and will continue
performing the duties as a Site Safety and Health Officer (SSHO) on a United States Army
Corps of Engineers (USACE) government project under EM-385 requirements.
Review

Topics: 

  • Preparation of Site-Specific Accident Prevention Plan (APP) EM-385 01.A.11
  • Site Safety Health Officer’s Qualifications & Responsibilities EM-385 01.A.17
  • Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA) development EM-385 01.A.13
  • Cranes and Rigging EM-385 15+16
  • Personnel training EM-385 01.B
  • Emergency planning and response EM-385 01.E+F
  • Site auditing/inspection and deficiency identification process EM-385 01.A.2
  • Requirements of the Fall protection Program EM-385 section 21
  • Accident reporting and Recordkeeping EM-385 01.D
  • UASCE EM-385 specific requirements beyond OSHA
  • Specific sections upon customer request
  • Any recent changes to the EM 385-1-1

Who Should Attend: 
Employees who completed the 40 hour within the last 12 months and
need to maintain competency with the EM-385 required documented training.

Regulatory Requirements: 
OSHA 29CFR 1926; United States Army Corps of Engineers
(USACE) EM-385 and various ANSI standards.

Class Hours:

8:00AM to 4:30PM

40 Hour EM-385 Compliance Course – (5 Days)

This course is designed for those who will be performing the duties as a Site Safety and
Health Officer (SSHO) on a United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) government
project under EM-385 requirements. The course will earn both an OSHA outreach
Construction 30- hour Department of Labor (DOL) card and proof of the documented 40
hours training required under EM-385.

Topics:
Preparation of Site-Specific Accident Prevention Plan (APP) EM-385 01.A.11
Site Safety Health Officer’s Qualifications & Responsibilities EM-385 01.A.17
Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA) development EM-385 01.A.13
Cranes and Rigging EM-385 15+16
Personnel training EM-385 01.B
Emergency planning and response EM-385 01.E+F
Site auditing/inspection and deficiency identification process EM-385 01.A.2
Requirements of the Fall protection Program EM-385 section 21
Accident reporting and Recordkeeping EM-385 01.D
UASCE EM-385 specific requirements beyond OSHA
Specific sections upon customer request
Any recent changes to the EM 385-1-1

Who Should Attend:
Employees who are assigned to be SSHO, Supervisors or Program
Managers on a United States Army Corps of Engineers project complying with Em-385
regulations.

Regulatory Requirements:
OSHA 29CFR 1926;EM-385 and various ANSI standards.

Class Hours:

8:00am – 4:30pm each day

24 Hour Fall Protection – EM 385 (3 Days)

This in-depth Fall Protection – 24 Hour EM 385 training course is designed for those in a leadership position who must also serve as the competent person and supervise other contractors and employees working at an elevated level.

This course includes in-class lectures including PowerPoint and video and hands-on scenarios applying theory discussed to practical workplace situations.

This Competent Person training is a pass/fail program incorporating both written and practical examinations and is based on the requirements of the federal regulations and local legislation that will be discussed and reinforced.

Attendees will learn practical solutions to difficult fall protection problems using appropriate tools and equipment.​

Any fall protection equipment that is required will be demonstrated during class; however, students can bring their own personal fall equipment to class for both demonstration and use. Participants will be required participate in Personal Fall Arrest Systems training (hands-on exercises), which may include: inspection procedures, donning procedures, fit test, selection, application and care of equipment.

Class Hours:

8:00am – 4:30pm each day

24 Hour Fall Protection – EM 385 (3 Days)

This in-depth Fall Protection – 24 Hour EM 385 training course is designed for those in a leadership position who must also serve as the competent person and supervise other contractors and employees working at an elevated level.

This course includes in-class lectures including PowerPoint and video and hands-on scenarios applying theory discussed to practical workplace situations.

This Competent Person training is a pass/fail program incorporating both written and practical examinations and is based on the requirements of the federal regulations and local legislation that will be discussed and reinforced.

Attendees will learn practical solutions to difficult fall protection problems using appropriate tools and equipment.​

Any fall protection equipment that is required will be demonstrated during class; however, students can bring their own personal fall equipment to class for both demonstration and use. Participants will be required participate in Personal Fall Arrest Systems training (hands-on exercises), which may include: inspection procedures, donning procedures, fit test, selection, application and care of equipment.

A certificate of completion will be issued at the end of the 3-day training.

Class Hours:

8:00 am – 4:30 pm each day