Fall Protection Orientation – Module 75901

Fall Protection Orientation – Module 75901


Module ID 75901 – Covers fundamental safety and hazard recognition concepts. Introduces the role of OSHA in regulating elevated work on the job site and the causes, costs, and consequences of falls. Presents proper use of fall protection equipment; safe use of stairs, ladders, and scaffolds; and guidelines for use of aerial lifts.

Points awarded on Course completion – 8

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Learning Objective 1 • Describe the importance of safety and the process of hazard recognition and control.

  • Explain the importance of safety awareness and how to develop a safety-conscious attitude.
  • Identify methods of recognizing, reducing, and preventing hazards to prevent workplace incidents and accidents.

Learning Objective 2 • Identify the reasons for the OSHA regulations that govern the elevated work in construction.

  • Understand the role of OSHA in regulating the construction workplace and know where to find regulations, training, and safety requirements for elevated work.

Learning Objective 3 • Identify incidents, accidents, causes, costs, and consequences related to falls in the workplace.

  • Identify the categories of workplace incidents and accidents.
  • Describe the costs of workplace incidents and accidents.
  • Describe the causes of workplace incidents and accidents and identify hazards that lead to falls.

Learning Objective 4 • Identify the safety concerns and requirements related to elevated work.

  • Identify the work areas most likely to present fall hazards.
  • Identify safety precautions related to elevated masonry work.
  • Identify safety precautions related to elevated steel erection work.

Learning Objective 5 • Identify the appropriate fall protection and lifesaving equipment and describe their proper use.

  • Describe the procedures for using fall protection equipment.
  • Describe the requirements for anchor points.
  • Describe the requirements for full-body harnesses and identify the steps for donning a harness.
  • Describe the requirements for lanyards, lifelines, and deceleration devices.
  • Identify barriers, guardrails, safety nets, and climbing devices used to prevent falls.

Learning Objective 6 • Identify and describe the safe use of ladders, stairs, and scaffolds.

  • Describe the hazards related to use of ladders and stairs in the workplace.
  • Identify the safety requirements and proper use of various types of ladders and stairs.
  • Identify types of scaffolds and describe how to use them safely.

Learning Objective 7 • State the guidelines for the safe operation of aerial lifts.

  • Identify the types of aerial lifts and precautions for safe use.

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