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Fall Protection Training Courses

Fall protection training anytime, anywhere

  • When it comes to protecting your work site—no matter where it is—3M Safety Training offers a variety of fall protection classes, training and services to fit your needs. Our full range of fall protection, rescue and PPE training courses are offered throughout the year at our state-of-the-art training centers. In addition, we offer on-site fall protection training customized to the unique environment of your facility.

  • Worker in fall protection gear climbing ladder in fall protection training facility
    Open enrollment fall protection training

    3M Safety Training has a network of facilities across Asia including key facilities in Singapore, Thailand and China, designed to immerse the student in extensive hands-on experiences that will prepare them for the demands of your job sites. Our open enrollment fall protection classes are a great opportunity to mix with other safety professionals from across industries while receiving industry-leading safety training. Enroll online today or call for additional information.

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    On-site fall protection training

    Train your team in their own environment with our on-site fall protection training. We’ll send an experienced trainer along with all the necessary gear to provide you with world class safety training, avoiding the disruption of sending your workforce to another location. Choose from our entire portfolio of course options or work with us to modify as needed for your specific requirements.

  • Worker in fall protection gear at construction site
    Watch our free fall protection videos

    “Thinking About Fall Protection” is an eleven-part educational video series designed to give an overview of the basics of fall protection. The series covers the ABCD’s of fall protection, at-heights fundamentals, fall clearance calculations, and types of falls and hazards. The video series is not a substitute for certified fall protection training, but does provide an excellent introduction to the topic.

Fall Protection and Worker Safety Courses

Our fall protection and confined space training classes teach you proper usage, inspection, and maintenance of all parts of a fall arrest or confined space system, while our rescue classes provide hands-on training so you are ready when you find yourself in a rescue situation. Learn more about each of the courses we offer or look at the available classes below and sign up today

Working at Height for General Industries - WSH Compliant - Singapore

  • Working at Height for General Industries –Rescuer–Singapore(CS WAH-R-SG)

    Course Code: WAH-R-SG

    Version English 3.0

    Duration: 2 Days / 14 Hours / 9am to 5pm

    Location: Block 61 Ubi Rd 1 “Oxley BizHub” #04-04 Singapore 408727

    Trainer to Student Ratio: 1 to 6

    Style: Competency-Based, requiring 100% pass mark throughout.

    Target Audience:
    Any and all personnel at a Supervisor Level or above, who’s work activities include providing emergency response while working at height.

    Overview:
    This course has been designed to meetor exceedthe minimum standard for Working at Height Training for Rescuer Level (Competent Rescuer), as stipulated by ANSI Z359.2 and OSHA 1926.503.
    This course is aimed at delivering students the theoretical knowledge and practical skills required to competently and safely conduct rescue from height.
    This course has been contextualized to address working activities, hazards and fall protection equipment used in General Industry.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Identify legislative requirements for rescue from height
    • Differentiate between industrial rescue from height and technical rescue from height
    • Formation of in-house rescue team
    • Selection, use and maintenance of industrial rescue from height systems
    • Evaluate thesafety of a rescue from height system
    • Develop industrial rescue from height procedures
    • Identify roles and responsibilities for rescue from height teams
    • Demonstrate pre-use inspection of a personal fall arrest system for rescue from height
    • Assisted self-rescue techniques
    • Unmanned rescue techniques
    • Manned rescue techniques
    • Vertical rescue techniques while work positioning
    • First aid techniques including CPR & AED (Accredited by MEDIC First Aid USA)
    • Immobilization & packaging of a casualty
    • Evacuation and controlled descent of a packaged casualty

    For more details on the Learning Objectives covered; please CONTACT US

    Key Teaching Tools:

    • Power Point Slides & Videos
    • Class Discussions
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activities

    Key Assessment Tools:

    • Practical Activity Assessment Checklists & Forms (Formative)
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activity Assessment (Formative)
    • Multiple Choice Question Exam (Summative)

    Certification & Validity Period:Statement of Attainment valid for 2 years from date of issue.

    Funding:Up to 60% of course fee. Applicable ONLY for Singaporean/Singapore PR.

    Student Prerequisites:
    Students should be physically fit and able to participate in moderately strenuous practical activities.
    Students should have a valid certificate for Working at Height to a Supervisor/Competent Person Level.

    Student Requirements:
    Students should wear comfortable lace-up trainers or safety shoes. Slip-on shoes of any kind will not be permitted for practical activities. Students should also wear long trousers or jeans, and a comfortable t-shirt or polo shirt. Students should bring their own prescription safety glasses, otherwise standard safety glasses will be provided. Students must arrange, and pay for their own transportation to and from the training location.
    Students must bring sufficient money (SG$5-8) per day to purchase their own lunch from onsite food center. Only snacks and drinks will be provided during the class.

    Cost at Training Centre: SG$ 575 Per Person Ex Taxes

    Cost for Onsite Delivery: POA

    For more information or registration/enrollment, please CONTACT US

  • Working at Height for General Industries - Inspector/Installer-Singapore (CS WAH-II-SG)

    Course Code: WAH-II-SG

    Version English 3.0

    Duration: 1 Days / 7 Hours / 9am to 5pm

    Location: Block 61 Ubi Rd 1 “Oxley BizHub” #04-04 Singapore 408727

    Trainer to Student Ratio: 1 to 12

    Style: Competency-Based, requiring 100% pass mark throughout.

    Target Audience:
    Any and all personnel at a Supervisor Level or above, who’s work activities include inspecting and installing fall protection equipment.

    Overview:
    This course has been designed to meet or exceed the minimum standard for Working at Height Training for Inspector/Installer Level (Competent Inspector), as stipulated by ANSI Z359.2 and OSHA 1926.503.
    This course is aimed at delivering students the theoretical knowledge and practical skills required to competently and safely inspect and install key fall protection products.
    This course has been contextualized to address working activities, hazards and fall protection equipment used in General Industry.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Identify legislative requirements for fall protection equipment inspection
    • Differentiate between pre use inspection and competent inspection
    • Define criteria for post inspection actions that are critical in rescue operations
    • Demonstrate inspection of various types of anchorage connectors
    • Demonstrate inspection of fall prevention and protection equipment for height activities; inclusive of rescue operations.
    • Demonstrate installation & inspection of Horizontal and Vertical Lifeline

    For more details on the Learning Objectives covered; please CONTACT US

    Key Teaching Tools:

    • Power Point Slides & Videos
    • Class Discussions
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activities

    Key Assessment Tools:

    • Practical Activity Assessment Checklists & Forms (Formative)
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activity Assessment (Formative)
    • Multiple Choice Question Exam (Summative)

    Certification & Validity Period:Statement of Attainment valid for 2 years from date of issue.

    Funding:Up to 60% of course fee. Applicable ONLY for Singaporean/Singapore PR.

    Student Prerequisites:
    Students should be physically fit and able to participate in moderately strenuous practical activities.

    Student Requirements:
    Students should wear comfortable lace-up trainers or safety shoes. Slip-on shoes of any kind will not be permitted for practical activities. Students should also wear long trousers or jeans, and a comfortable t-shirt or polo shirt. Students should bring their own prescription safety glasses, otherwise standard safety glasses will be provided. Students must arrange, and pay for their own transportation to and from the training location.
    Students must bring sufficient money (SG$5-8) per day to purchase their own lunch from onsite food center. Only snacks and drinks will be provided during the class.

    Cost at Training Centre: SG$ 275 Per Person Ex Taxes

    For more information or registration/enrollment, please CONTACT US

  • Working at Height for General Industries –Rescuer/Inspector/Installer-Singapore (CS WAH-RII-SG)

    Course Code:WAH-RII-SG

    Version English 3.0

    Duration: 3 Days / 21 Hours / 9am to 5pm

    Location: Block 61 Ubi Rd 1 “Oxley BizHub” #04-04 Singapore

    Trainer to Student Ratio: 1 to 6

    Style: Competency-Based, requiring 100% pass mark throughout.

    Target Audience:
    Any and all personnel at a Supervisor Level or above, who’s work activities include providing emergency response while working at height & both inspecting & installing fall protection equipment.

    Overview:
    This course has been designed to meet or exceed the minimum standard for Working at Height Training for Rescuer, Inspector & Installer Level (Competent Rescuer, Competent Inspector Person), as stipulated by ANSI Z359.2 and OSHA 1926.503.
    This course is aimed at delivering students the theoretical knowledge and practical skills required to competently and safely conduct rescue from height, as well as both install & inspect fall protection equipment.
    This course has been contextualized to address working activities, hazards and fall protection equipment used in General Industry.

    Learning Objectives –Rescuer Level:

    • Identify legislative requirements for rescue from height
    • Differentiate between industrial rescue from height and technical rescue from height
    • Formation of in-house rescue team
    • Selection, use and maintenance of industrial rescue from height systems
    • Evaluate the safety of a rescue from height system
    • Develop industrial rescue from height procedures
    • Identify roles and responsibilities for rescue from height teams
    • Demonstrate pre-use inspection of a personal fall arrest system for rescue from height
    • Assisted self-rescue techniques
    • Unmanned rescue techniques
    • Manned rescue techniques
    • Vertical rescue techniques while work positioning
    • First aid techniques including CPR & AED (Accredited by MEDIC First Aid USA)
    • Immobilization & packaging of a casualty
    • Evacuation and controlled descent of a packaged casualty

    Learning Objectives - Inspector/Installer Level:

    • Identify legislative requirements for fall protection equipment inspection
    • Differentiate between pre use inspection and competent inspection
    • Define criteria for post inspection actions that are critical in rescue operations
    • Demonstrate inspection of various types of anchorage connectors
    • Demonstrate inspection of fall prevention and protection equipment for height activities; inclusive of rescue operations.
    • Demonstrate installation & inspection of Horizontal and Vertical Lifeline

    For more details on the Learning Objectives covered; please CONTACT US

    Key Teaching Tools:

    • Power Point Slides & Videos
    • Class Discussions
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activities

    Key Assessment Tools:

    • Practical Activity Assessment Checklists & Forms (Formative)
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activity Assessment (Formative)
    • Multiple Choice Question Exam (Summative)

    Certification & Validity Period:Statement of Attainment valid for 2 years from date of issue.

    Funding:Up to 60% of course fee. Applicable ONLY for Singaporean/Singapore PR.

    Student Prerequisites:
    Students should be physically fit and able to participate in moderately strenuous practical activities.
    Students should have a valid certificate for Working at Height to a Supervisor/Competent Person Level.

    Student Requirements:
    Students should wear comfortable lace-up trainers or safety shoes. Slip-on shoes of any kind will not be permitted for practical activities. Students should also wear long trousers or jeans, and a comfortable t-shirt or polo shirt. Students should bring their own prescription safety glasses, otherwise standard safety glasses will be provided. Students must arrange, and pay for their own transportation to and from the training location.
    Students must bring sufficient money (SG$5-8) per day to purchase their own lunch from onsite food center. Only snacks and drinks will be provided during the class.

    Cost at Training Centre: SG$ 800 Per Person Ex Taxes

    Cost for Onsite Delivery: POA

    For more information or registration/enrollment, please CONTACT US

  • Work At Height - Roofing Works

    Course Overview:
    This course has been designed to build awareness for workmen involved in roofing works / maintenance operations on roof.
    The aim of this training is to provide participants with the necessary knowledge on WAH activities on roofs.

    Target Audience:
    This course is open to all workmen involved in roofing and steel structural works. It is strictly noted that passing this course does not automatically qualify the learner as competent as per the legal requirements expected of WAH Worker.

    Key Learning Objectives:

    Theoretical

    • Applicable WSH Acts / Legislations / Approved Code of Practice /Singapore Standards.
    • Responsibilities of Stakeholders & Responsible Persons.
    • Identify hazards, evaluate the risk, and implement control measures for WAH activities involving roof constructions, installations & maintenance.
    • Review the necessary fall prevention / protection control measures for safe execution of WAH activities on roofs.
    • Certified & Non Certified Anchor Points

    Practical

    • Demonstrate competency in donning, checking and correcting of individual Fall Protection Equipment and Responding to a Fall Emergency.
    • Demonstrate on the application of:
      • Traversing on horizontal lifelines
      • Pre-use inspection horizontal lifelines
      • Use of Travel Restraint System for first man out operations
      • Use of Work Positioning System for first man up operations
      • Setting up of Temporary Anchor Points
      • Setting up of SRL
      • Self-Evacuation
      • Self-Rescue
      • Assisted Self Rescue
      • Understanding on the use of mechanical means for rescue (Theory with Some practical applications)

    For more details on the Roofing Works; please CONTACT US

    Mode of Training:

    • Power Point Slides & Videos
    • Class Discussions
    • Case Studies
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activities

    Mode of Assessment:

    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activity Assessment (Formative)
    • Mixed Question Exam (Summative)

    Entry Requirement:
    Students should be physically fit and able to participate in moderately strenuous practical activities.
    Students able to speak & write in simple English.

    Duration: 1 Days / (8.30am to 5.30 pm),

    Location: Block 61 Ubi Rd 1 “Oxley BizHub” #04-04 Singapore 408731

    Trainer to Student Ratio: 1 to 10

    Style: Competency-Based, requiring 100% pass mark for Practical and 60% pass mark for Exam.

    Certification & Validity Period: Certificate of Successful Completion with Validity Period of 2 year.

    Cost at Training Centre: SGD 150

    For more information on Roofing Works, please CONTACT US

  • Work At Height Safety In Air Con Industry

    Course Overview:
    This course has been customized to meet or exceed the recommended awareness training requirements for maintenance and service crew of air con contractors.
    The aim of this customised training is to provide participants with the advanced WAH knowledge required to competently carry out maintenance and servicing works safely while on heights.

    Target Audience:
    This course is designed for service and maintenance workmen and will deliver the competencies & skill sets required to carry out maintenance work. It is strictly noted that undergoing this training does not automatically qualify the learner as competent as per the legal requirement of WAH Supervisor, Assessor & Manager.

    Key Learning Objectives:

    Theoretical

    • Applicable WSH Acts / Legislations / Approved Code of Practice /Singapore Standards.
    • Responsibilities of Stakeholders & Responsible Persons.
    • Identify hazards, evaluate the risk, and implement control measures for WAH activities involving servicing and maintenance of Air Con.
    • Review the necessary fall prevention / protection control measures for safe execution of WAH activities.

    Practical

    • Demonstrate competency in donning, checking and correcting of individual Fall Protection Equipment and Responding to a Fall Emergency.
    • Demonstrate on the use of:

      S Door Jam Anchor S
      Concrete Parapet Anchor S
      Chokers
      S Adopters
      S Self-Retracting Lifelines (SRL)
      S Types of Anchors S Drops

    For more details In Air Con Industry; please CONTACT US

    Mode of Training:

    • Power Point Slides & Videos
    • Class Discussions
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activities

    Mode of Assessment:

    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activity Assessment (Formative)
    • MCQ Question Exam (Summative)

    Entry Requirement:
    Participants should be physically fit and able to participate in moderately strenuous practical activities.
    Students should be able read and write in English

    Duration: 1 Days / 8 Hours / (8.30 am to 5.30 pm)

    Location: Block 69 Ubi Rd 1 "Oxley BizHub" #04-04 Singapore 408731

    Trainer to Student Ratio: 1 to 10

    Style: Awareness-Based, requiring 100% pass mark for Practical and 100% pass mark for Exam.

    Certification & Validity Period: Certificate of Successful Completion with Validity Period of 1 year.

    Cost at Training Centre: SGD 120

    For more information In Air Con Industry, please CONTACT US

Working at Height for General Industries - ANSI OSHA Compliant

  • Working at Height for General Industries – Supervisor (WAHO-S)

    Course Overview:
    This course has been designed to meet or exceed the minimum standard for Working at Height Training for Supervisor Level (Competent Person), as stipulated by ANSI Z359.2 and OSHA 1926.503.
    This course is aimed at delivering students the theoretical knowledge and practical skills required to competently and safely work at height and supervise work at height. This course has been contextualized to address working activities, hazards and fall protection equipment used in General Industry.

    Target Audience:
    Any and all personnel at a Supervisor Level or above, who’s work activities include working at height and supervising work at height.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Identify roles and responsibilities, legislative requirements, hazards and control measures for working at height and fall protection
    • Undertake risk assessment while working at height
    • Develop procedures for the use of fall protection systems
    • Apply best practices for prevention of dropped objects
    • Apply best practices for the selection, use and maintenance of access systems, fall prevention and fall arrest systems
    • Apply conditions and limitations of fall arrest equipment standards
    • Apply best practices for the selection, use and maintenance of anchorage, body support, connectors, descent systems and emergency & rescue systems
    • Demonstrate pre-use inspection of a personal fall arrest system
    • Demonstrate fitting of personal fall arrest system
    • Demonstrate basic horizontal and vertical, advanced horizontal/vertical movement and work positioning using personal fall arrest system
    • Demonstrate basic post rescue casualty management

    Mode of Training:

    • Power Point Slides & Videos
    • Class Discussions
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activities

    Mode of Assessment:

    • Practical Activity Assessment Checklists & Forms (Formative)
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activity Assessment (Formative)
    • Multiple Choice Question Exam (Summative)

    Entry Requirement:
    Students should be physically fit and able to participate in moderately strenuous practical activities.

    Duration: 1.5 Days / 12 Hours / 8am to 5pm & 8am to 12pm

    Location: Block 61 Ubi Rd 1 “Oxley BizHub” #04-04 Singapore 408727

    Trainer to Student Ratio: 1 to 6

    Style: Competency-Based, requiring 100% pass mark throughout.

    Certification & Validity Period: Statement of Attainment valid for 2 years from date of issue.

    Cost at Training Centre: US$ 550 / SG$ 685 Per Person Ex Taxes
    Cost for Onsite Delivery: POA

    For more information or registration/enrollment, please CONTACT US

  • Working at Height for General Industries – Rescuer (WAH-R)

    Course Overview:
    This course has been designed to meet or exceed the minimum standard for Working at Height Training for Rescuer Level (Competent Rescuer), as stipulated by ANSI Z359.2 and OSHA 1926.503.
    This course is aimed at delivering students the theoretical knowledge and practical skills required to competently and safely conduct rescue from height.
    This course has been contextualized to address working activities, hazards and fall protection equipment used in General Industry.

    Target Audience:
    Any and all personnel at a Supervisor Level or above, who’s work activities include providing emergency response while working at height.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Identify legislative requirements for rescue from height
    • Identify roles and responsibilities, hazards and control measures while conducting rescue from height
    • Undertake risk assessment while conducting rescue from height
    • Apply best practices in emergency preparedness for rescue from height.
    • Develop industrial rescue from height procedures
    • Demonstrate inspection of rescue from height equipment
    • Demonstrate pre-use inspection of a personal fall arrest system for rescue from height
    • Demonstrate assisted self-rescue techniques
    • Demonstrate unmanned/manned rescue techniques
    • Demonstrate vertical rescue techniques while work positioning
    • Demonstrate basic first aid techniques including CPR and AED
    • Participate in the immobilization & packaging of a casualty
    • Participate in the evacuation and controlled descent of a packaged casualty

    Mode of Training:

    • Power Point Slides & Videos
    • Class Discussions
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activities

    Mode of Assessment:

    • Practical Activity Assessment Checklists & Forms (Formative)
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activity Assessment (Formative)
    • Multiple Choice Question Exam (Summative)

    Entry Requirement:
    Students should be physically fit and able to participate in moderately strenuous practical activities.
    Students should have a valid certificate for Working at Height to a Supervisor/Competent Person Level.

    Duration: 1 Day / 8 Hours / 8am to 5pm

    Location: Block 61 Ubi Rd 1 “Oxley BizHub” #04-04 Singapore 408727

    Trainer to Student Ratio: 1 to 6

    Style: Competency-Based, requiring 100% pass mark throughout.

    Certification & Validity Period: Statement of Attainment valid for 2 years from date of issue.

    Cost at Training Centre: US$ 650 / SG$ 815 Per Person Ex Taxes
    Cost for Onsite Delivery: POA

    For more information or registration/enrollment, please CONTACT US

  • Working at Height for General Industries – Inspector/Installer(WAH-II)

    Course Overview:
    This course has been designed to meet or exceed the minimum standard for Working at Height Training for Inspector/Installer Level (Competent Inspector), as stipulated by ANSI Z359.2 and OSHA 1926.503.
    This course is aimed at delivering students the theoretical knowledge and practical skills required to competently and safely inspect and install key fall protection products.
    This course has been contextualized to address working activities, hazards and fall protection equipment used in General Industry.

    Target Audience:
    Any and all personnel at a Supervisor Level or above, who’s work activities include inspecting and installing fall protection equipment.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Identify legislative requirements for fall protection equipment inspection
    • Demonstrate inspection of synthetic and steel anchorage connectors
    • Demonstrate inspection of full body harness
    • Demonstrate inspection of shock absorbing lanyard
    • Demonstrate inspection of self-retracting lifeline (SRL)
    • Demonstrate inspection of an escape device
    • Demonstrate inspection and installation of a horizontal lifeline system
    • Demonstrate inspection and installation of a vertical lifeline system
    • Record fall protection equipment inspection results

    Mode of Training:

    • Power Point Slides & Videos
    • Class Discussions
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activities

    Mode of Assessment:

    • Practical Activity Assessment Checklists & Forms (Formative)
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activity Assessment (Formative)
    • Multiple Choice Question Exam (Summative)

    Entry Requirement:
    Students should be physically fit and able to participate in moderately strenuous practical activities.

    Duration: 0.5 Days / 4 Hours / 1pm – 5pm

    Location: Block 61 Ubi Rd 1 “Oxley BizHub” #04-04 Singapore 408727

    Trainer to Student Ratio: 1 to 12

    Style: Competency-Based, requiring 100% pass mark throughout.

    Certification & Validity Period:
    Statement of Attainment valid for 2 years from date of issue.

    Cost at Training Centre: US$ 350 / SG$ 435 Per Person Ex Taxes
    Cost for Onsite Delivery: POA

    For more information or registration/enrollment, please CONTACT US

  • Working at Height for General Industries – Supervisor/Rescuer/Inspector/Installer (WAH-SRII)

    Course Overview:
    This course has been designed to meet or exceed the minimum standard for Working at Height Training for Supervisor/Rescuer/Inspector/Installer Level (Competent Person/Competent Inspector/Competent Rescuer), as stipulated by ANSI Z359.2 and OSHA 1926.503.
    This course is aimed at delivering students the theoretical knowledge and practical skills required to competently and safely: work at height and supervise work at height; inspect and install key fall protection products, and; conduct rescue from height.
    This course has been contextualized to address the working activities, hazards and fall protection equipment used in General Industry.

    Target Audience:
    Any and all personnel at a Supervisor Level or above, who’s work activities include: working at height and supervising work at height; inspecting and installing fall protection equipment, and; providing emergency response while working at height.

    Learning Objectives Supervisor Level (Day 1-2):

    • Identify legislative requirements, roles and responsibilities, hazards and control measure for working at height and fall protection
    • Undertake risk assessment while working at height
    • Develop procedures for the use of fall protection systems
    • Apply best practices for prevention of dropped objects
    • Apply best practices for the selection, use and maintenance of access systems, fall prevention systems and fall arrest system
    • Apply conditions and limitations of fall arrest equipment standards
    • Apply best practices for the selection, use and maintenance of anchorage, body support, connectors, descent systems and emergency & rescue systems
    • Demonstrate pre-use inspection of a personal fall arrest system
    • Demonstrate fitting of personal fall arrest system
    • Demonstrate basic horizontal and vertical, advanced horizontal/vertical movement and work positioning using personal fall arrest system
    • Demonstrate basic post rescue casualty management

    Learning Objectives Inspector/Installer Level (Day 2):

    • Identify legislative requirements for fall protection equipment inspection
    • Demonstrate inspection of synthetic and steel anchorage connectors
    • Demonstrate inspection of full body harness
    • Demonstrate inspection of shock absorbing lanyard
    • Demonstrate inspection of self-retracting lifeline (SRL)
    • Demonstrate inspection of an escape device
    • Demonstrate inspection and installation of a horizontal lifeline system
    • Demonstrate inspection and installation of a vertical lifeline system
    • Record fall protection equipment inspection results

    Learning Objectives Rescuer Level (Day 3):

    • Identify legislative requirements for rescue from height
    • Identify roles and responsibilities, hazards and control measures while conducting rescue from height
    • Undertake risk assessment while conducting rescue from height
    • Apply best practices in emergency preparedness for rescue from height.
    • Develop industrial rescue from height procedures
    • Demonstrate inspection of rescue from height equipment
    • Demonstrate pre-use inspection of a personal fall arrest system for rescue from height
    • Demonstrate assisted self-rescue techniques
    • Demonstrate unmanned/manned rescue techniques
    • Demonstrate vertical rescue techniques while work positioning
    • Demonstrate basic first aid techniques including CPR and AED
    • Participate in the immobilization & packaging of a casualty

    Mode of Training:

    • Power Point Slides & Videos
    • Class Discussions
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activities

    Mode of Assessment:

    • Practical Activity Assessment Checklists & Forms (Formative)
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activity Assessment (Formative)
    • Multiple Choice Question Exam (Summative)

    Entry Requirement:
    Students should be physically fit and able to participate in moderately strenuous practical activities.

    Duration: 3 Days / 24 Hours / 8am to 5pm

    Location: Block 61 Ubi Rd 1 “Oxley BizHub” #04-04 Singapore 408727

    Trainer to Student Ratio: 1 to 6

    Style: Competency-Based, requiring 100% pass mark throughout.

    Certification & Validity Period: Statement of Attainment valid for 2 years from date of issue.

    Cost at Training Centre: US$ 1400 / SG$ 1750 Per Person Ex Taxes
    Cost for Onsite Delivery: POA

    For more information or registration/enrollment, please CONTACT US

  • Working at Height for General Industries – Supervisor/Rescuer/Inspector/Installer - Refresh (WAH-SRII-R)

    Course Overview:
    This course has been designed to meet or exceed the minimum standard for Working at Height Training for Supervisor/Rescuer/Inspector/Installer Level (Competent Person/Competent Inspector/Competent Rescuer), as stipulated by ANSI Z359.2 and OSHA 1926.503.
    This course is aimed at refreshing students’ theoretical knowledge and practical skills required to competently and safely: work at height and supervise work at height; inspect and install key fall protection products, and; conduct rescue from height.
    This course has been contextualized to address the working activities, hazards and fall protection equipment used in General Industry.

    Target Audience:
    Any and all personnel at a Supervisor Level or above, who’s work activities include: working at height and supervising work at height; inspecting and installing fall protection equipment, and; providing emergency response while working at height, and who wish to refresh their Capital Safety certifications.

    Learning Objectives Refreshed and Re-Assessed:

    Supervisor Level

    • Identify roles and responsibilities, legislative requirements, hazards and control measures for working at height and fall protection
    • Undertake risk assessment while working at height
    • Develop procedures for the use of fall protection systems
    • Apply best practices for prevention of dropped objects
    • Apply best practices for the selection, use and maintenance of access systems, fall prevention systems and fall arrest system
    • Apply conditions and limitations of fall arrest equipment standards
    • Apply best practices for the selection, use and maintenance of anchorage, body support, connectors, descent systems and emergency & rescue systems
    • Demonstrate pre-use inspection of a personal fall arrest system
    • Demonstrate fitting of personal fall arrest system
    • Demonstrate basic horizontal and vertical, advanced horizontal/vertical movement and work positioning using personal fall arrest system
    • Demonstrate basic post rescue casualty management

    Inspector/Installer Level

    • Identify legislative requirements for fall protection equipment inspection
    • Demonstrate inspection of synthetic and steel anchorage connectors
    • Demonstrate inspection of full body harness
    • Demonstrate inspection of shock absorbing lanyard
    • Demonstrate inspection of self-retracting lifeline (SRL)
    • Demonstrate inspection of an escape device
    • Demonstrate inspection and installation of a horizontal lifeline system
    • Demonstrate inspection and installation of a vertical lifeline system
    • Record fall protection equipment inspection results

    Rescuer Level

    • Identify legislative requirements for rescue from height
    • Identify roles and responsibilities, hazards and control measures while conducting rescue from height
    • Undertake risk assessment while conducting rescue from height
    • Apply best practices in emergency preparedness for rescue from height.
    • Develop industrial rescue from height procedures
    • Demonstrate inspection of rescue from height equipment
    • Demonstrate pre-use inspection of a personal fall arrest system for rescue from height
    • Demonstrate assisted self-rescue techniques
    • Demonstrate unmanned/manned rescue techniques
    • Demonstrate vertical rescue techniques while work positioning
    • Demonstrate basic first aid techniques including CPR and AED
    • Participate in the immobilization & packaging of a casualty

    Mode of Training:

    • Power Point Slides & Videos
    • Class Discussions
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activities

    Mode of Assessment:

    • Practical Activity Assessment Checklists & Forms (Formative)
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activity Assessment (Formative)
    • Multiple Choice Question Exam (Summative)

    Entry Requirement:
    Students should be physically fit and able to participate in moderately strenuous practical activities.
    Students must hold a Capital Safety “Working at Height – Supervisor/Rescuer/Inspector/Installer” certificate which is either current, or has expired within 12 months of their scheduled refresh training to participate in this class.

    Duration: 1 Day / 8 Hours / 8am to 5pm

    Location: Block 61 Ubi Rd 1 “Oxley BizHub” #04-04 Singapore 408727

    Trainer to Student Ratio: 1 to 6

    Style: Competency-Based, requiring 100% pass mark throughout.

    Certification & Validity Period: Statement of Attainment valid for 2 years from date of issue.

    Cost at Training Centre: US$ 550 / SG$ 685 Per Person Ex Taxes
    Cost for Onsite Delivery: POA

    For more information or registration/enrollment, please CONTACT US


Working at Height for Offshore Industries - ANSI OSHA Compliant

  • Working at Height for Offshore Industries – Supervisor (WAHO-S)

    Course Overview:
    This course has been designed to meet or exceed the minimum standard for Working at Height Training for Supervisor Level (Competent Person), as stipulated by ANSI Z359.2 and OSHA 1926.503.
    This course is aimed at delivering students the theoretical knowledge and practical skills required to competently and safely work at height and supervise work at height.
    This course has been contextualized to address working activities, hazards and fall protection equipment used in The Offshore Industry.

    Target Audience:
    Any and all personnel at a Supervisor Level or above, who’s work activities include working at height and supervising work at height.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Identify legislative requirements, roles and responsibilities, hazards and control measure for working at height and fall protection
    • Undertake risk assessment while working at height
    • Develop procedures for the use of fall protection systems
    • Apply best practices for prevention of dropped objects
    • Apply best practices for the selection, use and maintenance of access systems, fall prevention systems and fall arrest system
    • Apply best practices for the selection, use and maintenance of anchorage, body support, connectors, descent systems and emergency and rescue system
    • Demonstrate pre-use inspection of a personal fall arrest system
    • Demonstrate basic horizontal and vertical movement using personal fall arrest system
    • Demonstrate advanced horizontal/vertical movement using fall arrest systems
    • Demonstrate reacting to a fall emergency (as the casualty)
    • Demonstrate responding to a fall emergency (as the first person on the scene)
    • Demonstrate basic post rescue casualty management
    • Demonstrate automatic descent evacuation

    Mode of Training:

    • Power Point Slides & Videos
    • Class Discussions
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activities

    Mode of Assessment:

    • Practical Activity Assessment Checklists & Forms (Formative)
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activity Assessment (Formative)
    • Multiple Choice Question Exam (Summative)

    Entry Requirement:
    Students should be physically fit and able to participate in moderately strenuous practical activities.

    Duration: 1.5 Days / 12 Hours / 8am to 5pm & 8am to 12pm

    Location: Block 61 Ubi Rd 1 “Oxley BizHub” #04-04 Singapore 408727

    Trainer to Student Ratio: 1 to 6

    Style: Competency-Based, requiring 100% pass mark throughout.

    Certification & Validity Period: Statement of Attainment valid for 2 years from date of issue.

    Cost at Training Centre: US$ 550 / SG$ 685 Per Person Ex Taxes
    Cost for Onsite Delivery: POA

    For more information or registration/enrollment, please CONTACT US

  • Working at Height for Offshore Industries – Rescuer (WAHO-R)

    Course Overview:
    This course has been designed to meet or exceed the minimum standard for Working at Height Training for Rescuer Level (Competent Rescuer), as stipulated by ANSI Z359.2 and OSHA 1926.503.
    This course is aimed at delivering students the theoretical knowledge and practical skills required to competently and safely conduct rescue from height.
    This course has been contextualized to address working activities, hazards and fall protection equipment used in The Offshore Industry.

    Target Audience:
    Any and all personnel at a Supervisor Level or above, who’s work activities include providing emergency response while working at height.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Identify legislative requirements, roles and responsibilities, hazards and control measures for rescue from height
    • Define criteria for establishing an in-house rescue from height team
    • Undertake risk assessment while conducting rescue from height
    • Apply best practices in the selection, use and maintenance of industrial rescue from height systems
    • Develop industrial rescue from height procedures
    • Demonstrate inspection of rescue from height equipment
    • Demonstrate pre-use inspection of a personal fall arrest system for rescue from height
    • Demonstrate unmanned/manned rescue techniques
    • Demonstrate vertical rescue techniques while work positioning
    • Demonstrate basic first aid techniques including CPR and AED
    • Participate in the immobilization & packaging of a casualty
    • Participate in the evacuation and controlled descent of a packaged casualty

    Mode of Training:

    • Power Point Slides & Videos
    • Class Discussions
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activities

    Mode of Assessment:

    • Practical Activity Assessment Checklists & Forms (Formative)
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activity Assessment (Formative)
    • Multiple Choice Question Exam (Summative)

    Entry Requirement:
    Students should be physically fit and able to participate in moderately strenuous practical activities. Students should have a valid certificate for Working at Height to a Supervisor/Competent Person Level.

    Duration: 1 Days / 8 Hours / 8am to 5pm

    Location: Block 61 Ubi Rd 1 “Oxley BizHub”. Level 4. Unit 04-04.

    Trainer to Student Ratio: 1 to 6

    Style: Competency-Based, requiring 100% pass mark throughout.

    Certification & Validity Period: Statement of Attainment valid for 2 years from date of issue.

    Cost at Training Centre: US$ 650 / SG$ 815 Per Person Ex Taxes
    Cost for Onsite Delivery: POA

    For more information or registration/enrollment, please CONTACT US

  • Working at Height for Offshore Industries – Inspector/Installer(WAHO-II)

    Course Overview:
    This course has been designed to meet or exceed the minimum standard for Working at Height Training for Inspector/Installer Level (Competent Inspector), as stipulated by ANSI Z359.2 and OSHA 1926.503.
    This course is aimed at delivering students the theoretical knowledge and practical skills required to competently and safely inspect and install key fall protection products.
    This course has been contextualized to address working activities, hazards and fall protection equipment used in General Industry.

    Target Audience:
    Any and all personnel at a Supervisor Level or above, who’s work activities include inspecting and installing fall protection equipment.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Identify legislative requirements for fall protection equipment inspection
    • Define criteria for the scheduling of fall protection equipment inspection
    • Define criteria for fall protection equipment storage and preventative maintenance
    • Demonstrate inspection of anchorage connectors, body harness, lanyard, self-retracting lifeline (SRL)
    • Demonstrate inspection and installation of a horizontal/vertical lifeline system
    • Record fall protection equipment inspection results

    Mode of Training:

    • Power Point Slides & Videos
    • Class Discussions
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activities

    Mode of Assessment:

    • Practical Activity Assessment Checklists & Forms (Formative)
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activity Assessment (Formative)
    • Multiple Choice Question Exam (Summative)

    Entry Requirement:
    Students should be physically fit and able to participate in moderately strenuous practical activities.

    Duration: 0.5 Days / 4 Hours / 1pm – 5pm

    Location: Block 61 Ubi Rd 1 “Oxley BizHub” #04-04 Singapore 408727

    Trainer to Student Ratio: 1 to 12

    Style: Competency-Based, requiring 100% pass mark throughout.

    Certification & Validity Period: Statement of Attainment valid for 2 years from date of issue.

    Cost at Training Centre: US$ 350 / SG$ 435 Per Person Ex Taxes
    Cost for Onsite Delivery: POA

    For more information or registration/enrollment, please CONTACT US

  • Working at Height for Offshore Industries – Supervisor/Rescuer/Inspector/Installer (WAHO-SRII)

    Course Overview:
    This course has been designed to meet or exceed the minimum standard for Working at Height Training for Supervisor/Rescuer/Inspector/Installer Level (Competent Person/Competent Inspector/Competent Rescuer), as stipulated by ANSI Z359.2 and OSHA 1926.503.
    This course is aimed at delivering students the theoretical knowledge and practical skills required to competently and safely: work at height and supervise work at height; inspect and install key fall protection products, and; conduct rescue from height.
    This course has been contextualized to address the working activities, hazards and fall protection equipment used in The Offshore Industry.

    Target Audience:
    Any and all personnel at a Supervisor Level or above, who’s work activities include: working at height and supervising work at height; inspecting and installing fall protection equipment, and; providing emergency response while working at height.

    Learning Objectives Supervisor Level (Day 1-2):

    • Identify legislative requirements, roles and responsibilities, hazards and control measure for working at height and fall protection
    • Undertake risk assessment while working at height
    • Develop procedures for the use of fall protection systems
    • Apply best practices for prevention of dropped objects
    • Apply best practices for the selection, use and maintenance of access systems, fall prevention systems and fall arrest system
    • Apply best practices for the selection, use and maintenance of anchorage, body support, connectors, descent systems and emergency and rescue system
    • Demonstrate pre-use inspection of a personal fall arrest system
    • Demonstrate basic horizontal and vertical movement using personal fall arrest system
    • Demonstrate advanced horizontal/vertical movement using fall arrest systems
    • Demonstrate reacting to a fall emergency (as the casualty)
    • Demonstrate responding to a fall emergency (as the first person on the scene)
    • Demonstrate basic post rescue casualty management
    • Demonstrate automatic descent evacuation

    Learning Objectives Inspector/Installer Level (Day 2):

    • Identify legislative requirements for fall protection equipment inspection
    • Define criteria for the scheduling of fall protection equipment inspection
    • Define criteria for fall protection equipment storage and preventative maintenance
    • Demonstrate inspection of anchorage connectors, body harness, lanyard, self-retracting lifeline (SRL)
    • Demonstrate inspection and installation of a horizontal/vertical lifeline system
    • Record fall protection equipment inspection results

    Learning Objectives Rescuer Level (Day 3):

    • Identify legislative requirements, roles and responsibilities, hazards and control measures for rescue from height
    • Define criteria for establishing an in-house rescue from height team
    • Undertake risk assessment while conducting rescue from height
    • Apply best practices in the selection, use and maintenance of industrial rescue from height systems
    • Develop industrial rescue from height procedures
    • Demonstrate inspection of rescue from height equipment
    • Demonstrate pre-use inspection of a personal fall arrest system for rescue from height
    • Demonstrate unmanned/manned rescue techniques
    • Demonstrate vertical rescue techniques while work positioning
    • Demonstrate basic first aid techniques including CPR and AED
    • Participate in the immobilization & packaging of a casualty
    • Participate in the evacuation and controlled descent of a packaged casualty

    Mode of Training:

    • Power Point Slides & Videos
    • Class Discussions
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activities

    Mode of Assessment:

    • Practical Activity Assessment Checklists & Forms (Formative)
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activity Assessment (Formative)
    • Multiple Choice Question Exam (Summative)

    Entry Requirement:
    Students should be physically fit and able to participate in moderately strenuous practical activities.

    Duration: 3 Days / 24 Hours / 8am to 5pm

    Location: Block 61 Ubi Rd 1 “Oxley BizHub” #04-04 Singapore 408727

    Trainer to Student Ratio: 1 to 6

    Style: Competency-Based, requiring 100% pass mark throughout.

    Certification & Validity Period: Statement of Attainment valid for 2 years from date of issue.

    Cost at Training Centre: US$ 1400 / SG$ 1750 Per Person Ex Taxes
    Cost for Onsite Delivery: POA

    For more information or registration/enrollment, please CONTACT US

  • Working at Height for Offshore Industries – Supervisor/Rescuer/Inspector/Installer - Refresh (WAHO-SRII-R)

    Course Overview:
    This course has been designed to meet or exceed the minimum standard for Working at Height Training for Supervisor/Rescuer/Inspector/Installer Level (Competent Person/Competent Inspector/Competent Rescuer), as stipulated by ANSI Z359.2 and OSHA 1926.503.
    This course is aimed at refreshing students’ theoretical knowledge and practical skills required to competently and safely: work at height and supervise work at height; inspect and install key fall protection products, and; conduct rescue from height.
    This course has been contextualized to address the working activities, hazards and fall protection equipment used in Offshore Industries.

    Target Audience:
    Any and all personnel at a Supervisor Level or above, who’s work activities include: working at height and supervising work at height; inspecting and installing fall protection equipment, and; providing emergency response while working at height, and who wish to refresh their Capital Safety certifications.

    Learning Objectives Refreshed and Re-Assessed:

    Supervisor Level

    • Identify legislative requirements, roles and responsibilities, hazards and control measure for working at height and fall protection
    • Undertake risk assessment while working at height
    • Develop procedures for the use of fall protection systems
    • Apply best practices for prevention of dropped objects
    • Apply best practices for the selection, use and maintenance of access systems, fall prevention systems and fall arrest system
    • Apply best practices for the selection, use and maintenance of anchorage, body support, connectors, descent systems and emergency and rescue system
    • Demonstrate pre-use inspection of a personal fall arrest system
    • Demonstrate basic horizontal and vertical movement using personal fall arrest system
    • Demonstrate advanced horizontal/vertical movement using fall arrest systems
    • Demonstrate reacting to a fall emergency (as the casualty)
    • Demonstrate responding to a fall emergency (as the first person on the scene)
    • Demonstrate basic post rescue casualty management
    • Demonstrate automatic descent evacuation

    Inspector/Installer Level

    • Identify legislative requirements for fall protection equipment inspection
    • Define criteria for the scheduling of fall protection equipment inspection
    • Define criteria for fall protection equipment storage and preventative maintenance
    • Demonstrate inspection of anchorage connectors, body harness, lanyard, self-retracting lifeline (SRL)
    • Demonstrate inspection and installation of a horizontal/vertical lifeline system
    • Record fall protection equipment inspection results

    Rescuer Level

    • Identify legislative requirements, roles and responsibilities, hazards and control measures for rescue from height
    • Define criteria for establishing an in-house rescue from height team
    • Undertake risk assessment while conducting rescue from height
    • Apply best practices in the selection, use and maintenance of industrial rescue from height systems
    • Develop industrial rescue from height procedures
    • Demonstrate inspection of rescue from height equipment
    • Demonstrate pre-use inspection of a personal fall arrest system for rescue from height
    • Demonstrate unmanned/manned rescue techniques
    • Demonstrate vertical rescue techniques while work positioning
    • Demonstrate basic first aid techniques including CPR and AED
    • Participate in the immobilization & packaging of a casualty
    • Participate in the evacuation and controlled descent of a packaged casualty

    Mode of Training:

    • Power Point Slides & Videos
    • Class Discussions
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activities

    Mode of Assessment:

    • Practical Activity Assessment Checklists & Forms (Formative)
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activity Assessment (Formative)
    • Multiple Choice Question Exam (Summative)

    Entry Requirement:
    Students should be physically fit and able to participate in moderately strenuous practical activities. Students must hold a Capital Safety “Working at Height –
    Supervisor/Rescuer/Inspector/Installer” certificate which is either current, or has expired within 12 months of their scheduled refresh training to participate in this class.

    Duration: 1 Day / 8 Hours / 8am to 5pm

    Location: Block 61 Ubi Rd 1 “Oxley BizHub” #04-04 Singapore 408727

    Trainer to Student Ratio: 1 to 6

    Style: Competency-Based, requiring 100% pass mark throughout.

    Certification & Validity Period: Statement of Attainment valid for 2 years from date of issue.

    Cost at Training Centre: US$ 550 / SG$ 685 Per Person Ex Taxes
    Cost for Onsite Delivery: POA

    For more information or registration/enrollment, please CONTACT US

Working in Confined Space - ANSI OSHA Compliant

  • Working in Confined Space – Supervisor/Rescuer (WICS-SR)

    Course Overview:
    This course has been designed to meet or exceed the minimum standard for Working in Confined Space Training for Supervisor/Rescuer Level (Entry Supervisor / Attendant / Authorized Entrant / Authorized Gas Tester), as stipulated by ANSI/ASSE Z117.1 2009, and OSHA 1910.146.
    This course is aimed at delivering students the theoretical knowledge and practical skills required to competently and safely work in confined space, supervise work in confined space and conduct rescue from confined space.

    Target Audience:
    Any and all personnel at a Supervisor Level or above, who’s work activities include working in confined space, supervising work in confined space and providing emergency response while working in confined space.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Identify legislative requirements, roles and responsibilities and hazards for working in confined space
    • Undertake risk assessment while working in confined space
    • Develop procedures for working in confined space
    • Apply best practices for working in confined space
    • Demonstrate pre use inspection of personal fall arrest system
    • Demonstrate inspection of confined space access systems
    • Demonstrate a vertical/horizontal non-entry rescue
    • Differentiate between entry and non-entry rescue
    • Undertake risk assessment while conducting rescue from confined space
    • Identify control measures to mitigate risk while conducting rescue from confined space
    • Apply best practices in emergency preparedness for rescue from confined space
    • Demonstrate first response, immobilization & packaging of a casualty while working in confined space
    • Demonstrate pre-use inspection of personal fall arrest system for rescue from confined space
    • Demonstrate fitting and use of SCBA
    • Demonstrate vertical/horizontal entry rescue from confined space
    • Demonstrate horizontal entry rescue from confined space

    Mode of Training:

    • Power Point Slides & Videos
    • Class Discussions
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activities

    Mode of Assessment:

    • Practical Activity Assessment Checklists & Forms (Formative)
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activity Assessment (Formative)
    • Multiple Choice Question Exam (Summative)

    Entry Requirement:
    Students should be physically fit and able to participate in moderately strenuous practical activities. Students should have a valid certificate for Working at Height to a Supervisor/Competent Person Level.

    Duration: 2 Days / 16 Hours / 8am to 5pm

    Location: Block 61 Ubi Rd 1 “Oxley BizHub” #04-04 Singapore 408727

    Trainer to Student Ratio: 1 to 6

    Style: Competency-Based, requiring 100% pass mark throughout.

    Certification & Validity Period: Statement of Attainment valid for 2 years from date of issue.

    Cost at Training Centre: US$ 1100 / SG$ 1250 Per Person Ex Taxes
    Cost for Onsite Delivery: POA

    For more information or registration/enrollment, please CONTACT US

  • Working in Confined Space – Supervisor/Rescuer - Refresh (WICS-SR-R)

    Course Overview:
    This course has been designed to meet or exceed the minimum standard for Working in Confined Space Training for Supervisor/Rescuer Level (Entry Supervisor/Attendant/Authorized Entrant/Authorized Gas Tester), as stipulated by ANSI/ASSE Z117.1 2009, and OSHA 1910.146.
    This course is aimed at refreshing students’ theoretical knowledge and practical skills required to competently and safely work in confined space, supervise work in confined space and conduct rescue from confined space.

    Target Audience:
    Any and all personnel at a Supervisor Level or above, who’s work activities include working in confined space, supervising work in confined space and providing emergency response while working in confined space, and who wish to refresh their Capital Safety certifications.

    Learning Objectives Refreshed and Re-Assessed:

    • Identify legislative requirements for working in confined space
    • Define criteria for confined space registers and programs
    • Identify roles and responsibilities for working in confined space
    • Undertake risk assessment while working in confined space
    • Develop procedures for working in confined space
    • Apply best practices while working in confined space
    • Demonstrate pre use inspection of personal fall arrest system
    • Demonstrate inspection of confined space access systems
    • Demonstrate a vertical/horizontal non-entry rescue
    • Identify control measures to mitigate risk while conducting rescue from confined space
    • Apply best practices in the selection, use & maintenance of confined space rescue systems
    • Apply best practices in emergency preparedness for rescue from confined space
    • Demonstrate pre-use inspection of personal fall arrest system for rescue from confined space
    • Demonstrate fitting and use of SCBA
    • Demonstrate vertical/horizontal entry rescue from confined space
    • Demonstrate horizontal entry rescue from confined space

    Mode of Training:

    • Power Point Slides & Videos
    • Class Discussions
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activities

    Mode of Assessment:

    • Practical Activity Assessment Checklists & Forms (Formative)
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activity Assessment (Formative)
    • Multiple Choice Question Exam (Summative)

    Duration: 1 Day / 8 Hours / 8am to 5pm

    Location: Block 61 Ubi Rd 1 “Oxley BizHub” #04-04 Singapore 408727

    Trainer to Student Ratio: 1 to 6

    Style: Competency-Based, requiring 100% pass mark throughout.

    Certification & Validity Period: Statement of Attainment valid for 2 years from date of issue.

    Entry Requirement:
    Students should be physically fit and able to participate in moderately strenuous practical activities.
    Students must hold both a Capital Safety “Working at Height – Supervisor” level or equivalent certificate, and a Capital Safety “Working in Confined Space – Supervisor/Rescuer” level certificate which is either current, or has expired within 12 months of their scheduled refresh training to participate in this class.

    Cost at Training Centre: US$ 550 / SG$ 685 Per Person Ex Taxes
    Cost for Onsite Delivery: POA

    For more information or registration/enrollment, please CONTACT US


Other Safety Training Courses

  • Working at Height for Telecommunication Industries – Supervisor/Rescuer/Inspector/Installer (WAHT-SRII)

    Course Overview:
    This course has been designed to meet or exceed the minimum standard for Working at Height Training for Supervisor/Rescuer/Inspector/Installer Level (Competent Person/Competent Inspector/Competent Rescuer), as stipulated by ANSI Z359.2 and OSHA 1926.503.
    This course is aimed at delivering students the theoretical knowledge and practical skills required to competently and safely: work at height and supervise work at height; inspect and install key fall protection products, and; conduct rescue from height. This course has been contextualized to address the working activities, hazards and fall protection equipment used in The Telecommunication Industry.

    Target Audience:
    Any and all personnel at a Supervisor Level or above, who’s work activities include: working at height and supervising work at height; inspecting and installing fall protection equipment, and; providing emergency response while working at height.

    Learning Objectives Supervisor Level (Day 1-2):

    • Identify roles and responsibilities, legislative requirements, hazards and control measures for working at height and fall protection
    • Undertake risk assessment while working at height
    • Develop procedures for the use of fall protection systems
    • Apply best practices for prevention of dropped objects
    • Apply best practices for the selection, use and maintenance of access systems, fall prevention systems and fall arrest system
    • Apply conditions and limitations of fall arrest equipment standards
    • Apply best practices for the selection, use and maintenance of anchorage, body support, connectors, descent systems and emergency & rescue systems
    • Demonstrate pre-use inspection of a personal fall arrest system
    • Demonstrate fitting of personal fall arrest system
    • Demonstrate basic horizontal and vertical, advanced horizontal/vertical movement and work positioning using personal fall arrest system
    • Demonstrate basic post rescue casualty management

    Learning Objectives Inspector/Installer Level (Day 2):

    • Identify legislative requirements for fall protection equipment inspection
    • Demonstrate inspection of synthetic and steel anchorage connectors
    • Demonstrate inspection of full body harness
    • Demonstrate inspection of shock absorbing lanyard
    • Demonstrate inspection of self-retracting lifeline (SRL)
    • Demonstrate inspection of an escape device
    • Demonstrate inspection and installation of a horizontal lifeline system
    • Demonstrate inspection and installation of a vertical lifeline system
    • Record fall protection equipment inspection results

    Learning Objectives Rescuer Level (Day 3):

    • Identify legislative requirements for rescue from height
    • Identify roles and responsibilities, hazards and control measures while conducting rescue from height
    • Undertake risk assessment while conducting rescue from height
    • Apply best practices in emergency preparedness for rescue from height.
    • Develop industrial rescue from height procedures
    • Demonstrate inspection of rescue from height equipment
    • Demonstrate pre-use inspection of a personal fall arrest system for rescue from height
    • Demonstrate assisted self-rescue techniques
    • Demonstrate unmanned/manned rescue techniques
    • Demonstrate vertical rescue techniques while work positioning
    • Demonstrate basic first aid techniques including CPR and AED
    • Participate in the immobilization & packaging of a casualty

    Mode of Training:

    • Power Point Slides & Videos
    • Class Discussions
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activities

    Mode of Assessment:

    • Practical Activity Assessment Checklists & Forms (Formative)
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activity Assessment (Formative)
    • Multiple Choice Question Exam (Summative)

    Entry Requirement:
    Students should be physically fit and able to participate in moderately strenuous practical activities.

    Duration: 3 Days / 24 Hours / 8am to 5pm

    Location: Block 61 Ubi Rd 1 “Oxley BizHub” #04-04 Singapore 408727

    Trainer to Student Ratio: 1 to 6

    Style: Competency-Based, requiring 100% pass mark throughout.

    Certification & Validity Period: Statement of Attainment valid for 2 years from date of issue.

    Cost at Training Centre: US$ 1400 / SG$ 1750 Per Person Ex Taxes
    Cost for Onsite Delivery: POA

    For more information or registration/enrollment, please CONTACT US

  • Working at Height for Wind Energy Industries – Supervisor/Rescuer/Inspector/Installer (WAHW-SRII)

    Course Overview:
    This course has been designed to meet or exceed the minimum standard for Working at Height Training for Supervisor/Rescuer/Inspector/Installer Level (Competent Person/Competent Inspector/Competent Rescuer), as stipulated by ANSI Z359.2 and OSHA 1926.503.
    This course is aimed at delivering students the theoretical knowledge and practical skills required to competently and safely: work at height and supervise work at height; inspect and install key fall protection products, and; conduct rescue from height. This course has been contextualized to address the working activities, hazards and fall protection equipment used in The Wind Energy Industry, and also cover regional Legislative Requirements.

    Target Audience:
    Any and all personnel at a Supervisor Level or above, who’s work activities include: working at height and supervising work at height; inspecting and installing fall protection equipment, and; providing emergency response while working at height.

    Learning Objectives Supervisor Level (Day 1-2):

    • Identify roles and responsibilities, legislative requirements, hazards and control measures for working at height and fall protection
    • Undertake risk assessment while working at height
    • Develop procedures for the use of fall protection systems
    • Apply best practices for prevention of dropped objects
    • Apply best practices for the selection, use and maintenance of access systems, fall prevention systems and fall arrest system
    • Apply conditions and limitations of fall arrest equipment standards
    • Apply best practices for the selection, use and maintenance of anchorage, body support, connectors, descent systems and emergency & rescue systems
    • Demonstrate pre-use inspection of a personal fall arrest system
    • Demonstrate fitting of personal fall arrest system
    • Demonstrate basic horizontal and vertical, advanced horizontal/vertical movement and work positioning using personal fall arrest system
    • Demonstrate basic post rescue casualty management
    • Demonstrate manual and automatic descent evacuation from Nacelle.

    Learning Objectives Inspector/Installer Level (Day 2):

    • Identify legislative requirements for fall protection equipment inspection
    • Demonstrate inspection of synthetic and steel anchorage connectors
    • Demonstrate inspection of full body harness
    • Demonstrate inspection of shock absorbing lanyard
    • Demonstrate inspection of self-retracting lifeline (SRL)
    • Demonstrate inspection of an escape device
    • Demonstrate inspection and installation of a horizontal lifeline system
    • Demonstrate inspection and installation of a vertical lifeline system
    • Record fall protection equipment inspection results

    Learning Objectives Rescuer Level (Day 3):

    • Identify legislative requirements for rescue from height
    • Identify roles and responsibilities, hazards and control measures while conducting rescue from height
    • Undertake risk assessment while conducting rescue from height
    • Apply best practices in emergency preparedness for rescue from height.
    • Develop industrial rescue from height procedures
    • Demonstrate inspection of rescue from height equipment
    • Demonstrate pre-use inspection of a personal fall arrest system for rescue from height
    • Demonstrate assisted self-rescue techniques
    • Demonstrate unmanned/manned rescue techniques
    • Demonstrate vertical rescue techniques while work positioning
    • Demonstrate basic first aid techniques including CPR and AED
    • Participate in the immobilization & packaging of a casualty

    Mode of Training:

    • Power Point Slides & Videos
    • Class Discussions
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activities

    Mode of Assessment:

    • Practical Activity Assessment Checklists & Forms (Formative)
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activity Assessment (Formative)
    • Multiple Choice Question Exam (Summative)

    Entry Requirement:
    Students should be physically fit and able to participate in moderately strenuous practical activities.

    Duration: 3 Days / 24 Hours / 8am to 5pm

    Location: Onsite

    Trainer to Student Ratio: 1 to 6

    Style: Competency-Based, requiring 100% pass mark throughout.

    Certification & Validity Period: Statement of Attainment valid for 2 years from date of issue.

    Cost for Onsite Delivery: POA

    For more information or registration/enrollment, please CONTACT US

  • Basic First Aid - MEDIC FIRST AID USA “BasicPlus” (FA-B)

    Course Overview:
    MEDIC FIRST AID Basic Plus is a combined adult CPR, AED, and first aid training program designed specifically for the occupational first aid provider. This program will help employers meet OSHA and other federal and state regulatory requirements for training employees how to respond and care for medical emergencies at work. The program is based upon the 2010 International Consensus on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC) Science with Treatment Recommendations (CoSTR) and other evidence-based treatment recommendations.

    Target Audience:
    Occupational First Aid Providers

    Key Topics:

    • Disease Transmission and Universal Precautions
    • Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
    • Respiratory and Circulatory Systems
    • Sudden Cardiac Arrest
    • Unresponsive and Breathing—Recovery Position
    • Unresponsive and Not Breathing—CPR
    • Basic AED Operation
    • First Aid Assessment
    • Secondary Assessment

    Mode of Training:

    • Power Point Slides & Videos
    • Class Discussions
    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activities

    Mode of Assessment:

    • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activity Assessment (Formative)
    • Multiple Choice Question Exam (Summative)

    Entry Requirement:
    Students should be physically fit and able to participate in moderately strenuous practical activities.

    Duration: 0.5 Days / 4 Hours / 1pm – 5pm

    Location: Block 61 Ubi Rd 1 “Oxley BizHub” #04-04 Singapore 408727

    Trainer to Student Ratio: 1 to 12

    Style: Competency-Based, requiring 100% pass mark throughout.

    Certification & Validity Period:
    Certificate & Wallet Card issued by MEDIC FIRST AID USA for “BasicPlus” valid for 2 years from date of issue.

    Cost at Training Centre: US$ 250 / SG$ 316 Per Person Ex Taxes
    Cost for Onsite Delivery: POA

    For more information or registration/enrollment, please CONTACT US


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    Our Instructors

    3M has a dedicated team of experienced instructors around the world. Our trainers come from backgrounds including fire service and occupational health and safety.
    We also have knowledge and expertise in oil and gas, transportation, construction, utilities, mining and many other industries, enabling our instructors to optimize the training experience for your workers. At our site or yours, our instructors deliver quality training focused on learner engagement, knowledge retention, and practical hands-on exercises.

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    Worldwide Training Facilities

    We offer a broad curriculum of courses in our training centers around the world, from fall protection and rescue to specialty courses for a particular trade or industry. Many facilities also offer on-site training options that bring our experienced trainers and comprehensive programs right to your facility. At our site or yours, our experienced instructors deliver quality training focused on learner engagement, knowledge retention, and practical hands-on exercises.

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