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Snap-on® Tools@height drop prevention certification

The Snap-on Tools@Height Certification enables students to acquire the capabilities essential for identifying hazards and preventing accidents when performing work "at height." The situational awareness skills and knowledge of safe workplace practices are TOOLS FOR LIFE that can help to avert costly damage to equipment and injury to others.

In 2012, more than 52,000 people were struck by falling objects — and some of the most commonly dropped objects are tools. The Tools@Height Drop Prevention Certification gives students the foundational skills they need to remain safe and productive in the workplace; learning best practices to prevent injuries and FOD.

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course content includes:

• AWARENESS OF THE HAZARDS OF DROPPED OBJECTS; ADOPTING A "ZERO DROP" PHILOSOPHY

• UNDERSTANDING THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ENGINEERED SOLUTIONS AND MODIFIED SOLUTIONS

• PROFICIENCY IN SNAP-ON'S ENGINEERED SOLUTIONS FOR SECURING WRENCHES, SCREWDRIVERS, SOCKETS, AND OTHER COMMON WORK ITEMS

• BEST PRACTICES IN SELECTING AND USING LANYARDS TO PROPERLY SECURE TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT DURING MULTIPLE TIE-OFF SITUATIONS

• APTITUDE IN UNIVERSAL ATTACHMENT SYSTEMS (TAPES AND QUICK PINS); ABILITY TO PROPERLY RETROFIT EXISTING TOOLS

• DEVELOPING A STRONG SENSE OF SITUATIONAL AWARENESS, PROPER PRACTICES FOR CARRYING, SECURING, AND UNLOADING TOOLS AT HEIGHT

 

 

The Snap-on Tools@Height Certification connects directly to the following academic subject areas:

• Carpentry

• Industrial Maintenance

• Aerospace

• Energy Production and Distribution

• Industrial Health

 

 

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Relevant Industry Certifications

Students earn Snap on S-Tech certifications as proof of achievement. These NC3-backed, stackable credentials increase employment potential and on-the-job productivity in industries such as:

• Aviation/Aerospace

• Construction

• Energy and Natural Resources

• Maintenance

• Manufacturing and Assembly

• Military and Defense

 

 

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