CertifyMeOnline.net Introduces Online Fall Protection Program That Meets All Recent Changes to OSHA Requirements

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OSHA recently updated its requirements for fall protection programs and equipment, such as body belts, harnesses and lanyards. This new program educates trainers and workers in the latest compliance regulations.

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The program typically will be utilized at the specific workplace, allowing trainers to highlight unique safety hazards and conditions of the business.

CertifyMeOnline.Net, an online equipment training and certification website, has introduced a training program designed for fall protection in the workplace. OSHA recently updated its requirements for fall protection equipment, such as body belts, harnesses and lanyards. This new program educates trainers and workers in the latest compliance regulations.

“This newly developed program trains and tests workers in the most updated requirements, providing full certification upon completion of the program. The updates to OSHA regulations involve length and distances of lanyard protection, as well as a variety of other mechanisms to prevent workplace falls,” says Tom Wilkerson, owner of CertifyMeOnline.net. “This program is ideal for workers who operate aerial lifts and scissor lifts, as well as construction workers and in industrial settings who work from elevations. Our primary goal is to create safe work environments for operators of equipment. We pride ourselves on researching the latest safety requirements from OSHA and other regulating organizations. Once we secure the most updated knowledge, we create educational programs in a timely fashion so businesses remain safe and in compliance,” says Wilkerson.

The new program, which is available at http://www.CertifyMeOnline.net, costs as low as $79.95 per trained employee. The robust program is self-paced and offers opportunity to train employees whenever and wherever it is most effective for the employer and staff. The program typically will be utilized at the specific workplace, allowing trainers to highlight unique safety hazards and conditions of the business.

When completed, the fall protection program provides all required proof of safety training that OSHA and GC's require, including certificates and compliance cards for employees. “In addition to the online training program, our staff is available via telephone to answer any questions our customers may have about these recent updates,” says Wilkerson.

CertifyMeOnline.net was created in 1999 as a provider of workplace training programs. Initiated by professional rigger Tom Wilkerson, the company’s goal is to provide simplified, efficient and cost-effective training programs for businesses. CertifyMeOnline.net programs are designed to offer comprehensive training by experienced, seasoned operators in the existing workplace, thereby creating a safer environment while avoiding unnecessary off-site training expenses and overtime fees. Since its inception, thousands of companies throughout the nation have utilized CertifyMe.net programs, including Fortune 500 companies and government agencies. For more information about the fall protection training program, visit http://www.CertifyMeOnline.net.

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