Working at Heights

4S Consulting Offers Ministry-Approved Working At Heights Training

Occupational Health and Safety Act defines a workplace as any land, premises, location, or thing at, upon, or near which a worker works. In simple words, any place where a WORKER works is his or her WORKPLACE.  Therefore, if you are working at a CONSTRUCTION SITE, it will obviously be considered your WORKPLACE by the OHSA going by the above definition.

Moreover, if you work at heights of 3 meters (10ft) or more, you need to comply with the Working At Heights training requirement from MOL-approved provider before OCT 01, 2017.

Construction workers who are required to wear fall protection equipment were mandated to also complete an MOL approved Working at Heights (WAH) training program. The previous Fall Protection training would be “grandfathered”. Going forward, only WAH training from MOL-approved provider would be acceptable. This gave employers a 2-year transitional period to ensure all their construction employees got the WAH training done.

For more information visit the M.O.L website.


4S Consulting Services can help.

wahWe offer ministry approved in-class WAH training program. Come get trained by our expert trainers on everything you need to keep yourself safe while you work at heights.

Visit our current schedule to find our current schedule for public training. We can also provide private training for your company as well as open up new public training dates for you as well.

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Blended Learning – Working at Heights


Check regularly for confirmed public sessions of Working at Heights Sessions as dates can change.

Each session will be:

TRAINING: Working at Heights (Theory & Practical)
TIME: 8:30 am to 4:00 pm
COST PER PERSON: $190.00+hst
For more information about Working At Heights Blended program, click here

*Please note that the session is subject to rescheduling if there are less than 8 participants registered for this session. Participants will be notified one week prior to the session should a rescheduling occur. Participants may only reschedule once and they must provide a 48 hour notice prior to the session. Full charges will apply for rescheduling more than once, informing of change in attendance after the 48 hour grace period and no-shows.
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