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Suspended Access Equipment Training

Training Overview

Spider has trained thousands of technicians to safely work with suspended scaffolding equipment. We offer training courses throughout the year at all of our North American operation centers to ensure swing stage operators across the country have convenient, local access to our OSHA-approved courses. The courses are available to all swing stage operators, whether they are using Spider’s suspended scaffolding equipment on a rental basis or with their purchased swing stages.

Spider Training Benefits:

  • Hands-on training in rigging, inspection, fall protection and swing stage operation and rescue
  • Improves worker safety awareness
  • Helps control accident-related costs
  • Maintains OSHA compliance
  • Saves downtime due to operator errors
  • Prevents damage to structures from equipment misuse
  • Projects better professionalism of employees
  • Shows commitment to employee safety

For nearly 70 years, Spider has been providing suspended staging or swing stages and related suspended scaffolding products to keep contractors working safely at height. We understand that our job is to help you do your job safely and efficiently. Another way we are delivering on this commitment is by offering a variety of suspended access safety training programs.

Training Options

  • Competent Person Training - Commercial: 10 hour base course completed in one calendar day
  • Competent Person Training - Industrial: substitute industrial rigging for commercial in base course
  • Commercial hoist operation and use: primarily electric drum and traction hoists for commercial applications
  • Industrial hoist operation and use: primary pneumatic drum and traction hoist for industrial applications
  • City of Chicago Department of Buildings approved Competent Person Training Course
  • New York City Department of Buildings approved 16-Hour Suspended Scaffolding Safety Class
  • New York City OSHA 10-Hour Hazard Awareness Course
  • New York City 32-Hour Rigging Foremen Course