Fall Protection

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Product Overview

If you would like to book a private course or a sooner date, please contact us at office@nrca.ca - A Minimun Amount of 6 Students Is Required To Book

This full-day end-user program will allow you to understand the use of fall protection, as it relates to what you do at height. Various fall protection options exist, this course will identify which options may best meet your needs, and give you the tools and knowledge to work at height safely.

The course material is energetically delivered and includes hands-on activities, video analysis, and focuses on student participation.


  • Hazard identification
  • Regulatory bodies
  • Fall safety systems and planning
  • Shared and personal systems
  • Anchor points
  • Body holding devices
  • Connectors
  • Descent/Rescue - overview
  • Equipment care
  • Hands-on workshop
  • Fall arrest system evaluation (video analysis)

This course is approved for your NCSO designation.

Course Instructor Information: Art Reynolds

Art has been involved in the construction industry (oil, gas, mining, industrial and commercial) for 40 years as a tradesperson, trainer, safety consultant and mentor. He owns a safety consulting business specializing in workplace safety training. This experience allows a well- rounded approach to workplace challenges facing today’s fast paced industry. Residing in Prince George for over 20 years and looking forward to assisting northern clients.

Course Policies - Refunds, Cancelations, Etc

  • Ten (10) business days before the course start date: Full refund of registration fees or can be transfers to a different course date.
  • Between nine (9) to five (5) business days before the course start date: Refund of half (50%) course registration fees. No transfers to future course dates.
  • Less than five (5) business days before the course start date and course no-shows: No refunds or transfers to future course dates.
  • Substitution of another member of your company/team is permitted up to the course start date for no additional fee.
  • If the NRCA must postpone or cancel courses due to insufficient enrolment, NRCA will refund the registration fee or, if possible, the attendee may choose to move to an identical session in the future.