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Capital Safety Opens California Training Center
Capital Safety, home of the DBI-SALA and PROTECTA brands, has opened a training center in Tustin, Calif., one of 20 training centers Capital Safety now offers worldwide, in addition to on-site training and online training tools and services.
Located about an hour southeast of the Los Angeles International Airport, the Capital Safety Tustin training facility features 3,500 square feet of indoor air-conditioned fall protection, rescue and confined space training facilities. The center includes a 25-foot steel I-beam structure, a 25-foot cell tower and a multi-section confined space training module.
“We recently began offering demos and trainings in Tustin,” said Jerry Falk, director, training & technical services for Capital Safety. “The key to effective fall protection is practical, hands-on experience, and the training centers allow us to simulate real-world scenarios. Trainees can gain valuable experience working safely at height.”
Training Available Now
Capital Safety offers a full range of standard and customized fall protection and industrial rescue courses at its training centers located around the world, as well as on-site training services designed around the unique characteristics of a facility. Fifteen courses are currently offered, and anyone who works at height or in confined space can register and benefit from them. Training not only helps keep workers safe, but also helps employers comply with OSHA, ANSI and other safety regulations within their industry. All Capital Safety trainers are former firefighters or military personnel with considerable hands-on safety, fall protection and rescue experience. Visit Capital Safety online and go to Training to learn more or register for a course.
|Last Updated on Thursday, 14 August 2014 17:14|