FALL PROTECTION SOLUTIONS & TRAINING

Fall Protection Solutions

Our comprehensive fall protection courses (basic, intermediate and advanced) target specific businesses that require height compliance safety training for their specific industry. Added to our training, we also provide fall protection products and systems — lifelines, harnesses, lanyards, anchor points, rope grabs ... and more! These products meet ANSI regulations, as well as EN and Canadian codes.


WHAT IS A JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS (JSA)?

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FALL PROTECTION SOLUTIONS

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FALL PROTECTION TRAINING

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It is important to mention that these courses are knowledge-based courses. Only an employer can deem their employees as competent. Upon completion of a written exam, the employee will receive a certificate of completion stating that the student received a 80% or higher on their exam and has successfully completed one of these courses.



TRAINING COURSES:

Basic Fall Protection Course (4 Hours) — Cost - $375 / Person

Intermediate Fall Protection Course (6 to 8 Hours) — Cost - $500 / Person

Advanced Fall Protection Course (Two Days / 8 Hours Each Day) - Competent Person Training — Cost - $750 / Person


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PROTECT YOUR COMPANY'S PROFITABILITY!

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Fall protection saves lives and money! Our Fall Protection ROI Calculators can help employers assess the financial implications of fall-related injuries on profitability.

To begin, enter values into the fillable fields provided in the tables below.

Notes / Disclaimers:
The data on average claim costs is provided by the National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI). This Fall Protection ROI Calculator is a planning tool designed to estimate how falls can negatively impact a company’s profitability. It is not intended to provide a comprehensive analysis of your company’s financial exposure to fall-related injuries. Mazzella Companies makes no guarantees nor assumes any liability for the accuracy of the results obtained through the use of this tool. The extent to which the employer pays the direct costs depends on the nature of the employer’s worker’s compensation insurance policy. The employer always pays the indirect costs.

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