ITI partners with Capital Safety Fall Protection

By D.Ann Shiffler02 February 2017

ITI's Bull Rigging Structure is used in rigging application training courses to give workers hands-o

ITI's Bull Rigging Structure is used in rigging application training courses to give workers hands-on experience moving loads with chain hoists in hard-to-maneuver conditions.

Capital Safety and Industrial Training International (ITI) have created a partnership in 2017 where ITI will host select Capital Safety Fall Protection courses at the ITI Training Center in Woodland, WA. The ITI Technical Team went through a "train-the-trainer" program in September of 2016, and is now approved to deliver Authorized Person and Equipment Inspector fall protection training for crane and rigging professionals and other industrial employees working at heights.

The fall protection courses will utilize the two-story Bull Rigging Structure that currently resides inside the hands-on skills building area of the Training Center. The Bull Rigging Structure is typically utilized in rigging application training courses to give workers practical, hands-on experience moving loads with chain hoists, in tight, hard to maneuver conditions, much like the environment inside a plant or factory. ITI maintains another two-story Bull Rigging Structure at the Houston Training Center, with one-story structures in Memphis, Tennessee and Edmonton, Alberta.

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