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Although they're separated, the content of the "Fall Rescue" & "High Angle Rescue" training courses are similar - as both focus on educating students on how to rescue a fallen worker who may be suspended. In many scenarios, emergency responders are unavailable for a quick response and the fallen individual must rely on their co-workers for rescue. MI Safety's fall rescue & high angle rescue training in Edmonton includes general rescue theory, lightweight rescue equipment training, and how to quickly and safely rescue a co-worker with minimal assistance. See More >


Surprisingly, the difference between horizontal and vertical lifeline harnesses has little to do with how they’re fastened to the individual; rather, the designation refers to which types of falls the safety apparatus is designed to protect from. At MI Safety, we offer numerous fall rescue courses, such as our Enform Rig Work Fall Rescue and Enform Rig Fall Protection course. Both feature a classroom component and hands-on practical exercises carried out on our training towers that simulate any working environment. Fall protection from MI Safety ensures that your employees stay safe and understand the difference between horizontal and vertical lifeline harnesses. See More >

OSSA Fall Protection Training course
The Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Fall Protection Training course is available several times a week. As with most MI Safety courses, our OSSA Fall Protection Training course features a comprehensive classroom learning component as well as a practical portion. After the completion of a test, you will receive a certification card valid for three years.  See More >

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What is High Angle Rescue Training?

MI Safety - Wednesday, April 26, 2017

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What is Fall Rescue and High Angle Rescue Training?

Working in an elevated environment can be dangerous. Work sites that involve interaction with towers and other high structures need to take the safety precautions necessary to ensure their workers are prepared for the case of a fall. Fall rescue training, or high angle rescue training, refer to the same course for teaching how to rescue a co-worker who has fallen and is suspended at height. High angle rescue training is effective and can save lives.  See More >

Fall Protection Training

A company’s greatest asset is their workers. As an employer, you want to do all you can to protect them. The best way to achieve this is to give employees the means to protect themselves. Working at heights can be dangerous, but most of these dangers can be mitigated or avoided altogether. MI Safety is there to help you make your employees safeSee More >


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