Walking/Working Surfaces



Walking/Working Surfaces

Walking/Working Surfaces: Slips, trips and falls remain one of the most common causes of employee injury in the workplace. Understanding the actions you can take to prevent these incidents will help keep you and your co-workers safe and productive. This course provides a clear understanding of general guidelines for staying safe on walking and working surfaces. Ideal learners are all employees.


What You Get

Official DOL OSHA card – shipped within 2 weeks

Who Should Take the Training?

Entry level workers

Course Gamification

Dynamic course design with engaging games and quizzes


Course Access

Courses available 24/7 on any device

Course Structure

At your own pace, save progress as you go

Standards Covered

OSHA 29 CFR 1926


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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)


What is the purpose of a Walking/Working Surfaces course?

The purpose of a Walking/Working Surfaces course is to educate individuals on how to identify and avoid hazards associated with walking and working on various surfaces, such as floors, ladders, and scaffolds.

What are some common hazards associated with walking and working surfaces?

Some common hazards include slippery or uneven surfaces, tripping hazards, falls from heights, and objects falling from above.

Who should take a Walking/Working Surfaces course?

Anyone who works in an environment where they are required to walk or work on various surfaces should take this course. This includes construction workers, warehouse employees, and office workers.

What topics are covered in a Walking/Working Surfaces course?

Topics covered may include hazard identification, fall prevention and protection, ladder and scaffold safety, proper use of personal protective equipment (PPE), and emergency procedures.