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Walking-Working Surfaces: What Supervisors Need to Know - Pay Per View Training

Course Overview

  • Overview

    Walking-Working Surfaces compliance date for training for employees on fall and equipment hazards: May 17, 2017

    Note: When ordering Pay Per View Training, you will be provided a link to access the Basic or Premium program you purchased. You will have 72-hour access to the program starting from the time you click the link.

    • Pay Per View format allows trainers to conduct effective, affordable training wherever they have Internet access
    • Available as Basic and Premium programs - Premium Programs include everything the Basic program does, plus numerous extras (see "Components" tab for details)
    • Includes 3 days of access to the video plus downloadable Trainer Guide, quiz and answer key, a training log, and supplemental video content
    • Program is viewable from video-capable, Internet-connected mobile devices such as an iPhone and iPad, as well as most Android tablets and phones
    • Slips, trips, and falls can happen in any area of any workplace — from the office to the production floor to the loading dock to the warehouse and everywhere in between.
    • According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, slip, trip and fall hazards cause the majority of general industry workplace accidents and cost employers billions of dollars each year in lost productivity and business. The good news is that OSHA believes many of these injuries can be prevented by following existing regulations and recommended safe work practices.
    • OSHA regulates slips, trips and falls under Subpart D, "Walking-Working Surfaces." These requirements apply to all general industry workplaces. It also covers all walking and work surfaces within these workplaces regardless of operations, including floors, aisles, stairs, ladders, platforms, roofs, etc.
    • This program is designed to help managers and safety personnel understand the Walking-Working Surfaces rule and their responsibilities under the new standard.
    • After completing Walking-Working Surfaces: What Supervisors Need to Know, learners will be able to:
      • Recognize when a hazard assessment is required
      • Identify when an inspection is required
      • Recognize various fall protection options
      • Determine when/if training or re-training is required
      • Identify a qualified person(s) to develop and conduct the training

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    Product CodeDescriptionProgram TypeLanguageCopyright DateFormat
    Basic Program- English
    Pay Per View
    Basic Program- Spanish
    Pay Per View

    More Info

    Pay Per View Program includes:

    Main Program (15 minutes)

    • Play Program - Plays entire main program.
    • Chapter Selections - Allows easy access to specific sub-topics for more focused training.
      • Introduction
      • Hazard Assessment
        • What's Required
        • How to Comply
      • Inspections
        • What's Required
        • How to Comply
      • Fall Protection
        • What's Required
        • How to Comply
      • Training
        • What's Required
        • How to Comply
      • Conclusion


    Basic Program includes access to:

    • Main Program Video
    • Trainer Guide
    • Training Log
    • Training Certificate

    Order supplemental training materials not included with the Pay Per View option: employee handbook and awareness poster. Please allow time for delivery of supplemental training materials prior to your Pay Per View training session.

    System Req.

    Minimum System Requirements

    • Windows XP with Service Pack 2, Vista or Windows 7
    • Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher; or Firefox 3 or higher; or Chrome 7 or higher
    • Adobe Flash 8 or higher (Ensure other applications like Quicktime, iTunes, Real Player, or Windows Media Player aren't set as the default streaming application, as this might affect the video player.)
    • 1.2 GHz processor
    • 512 MB RAM

    Broadband Connection to the Internet

    • Make sure you have a broadband connection to the Internet, not a dial-up connection. Check to see that no other devices or software in your system are using up bandwidth. We recommend at least a 3.0-Mbps connection speed for high-quality video and at least 1 Mbps for uninterrupted basic-quality video.