Competent Person Training: Sisters, OR 


Friday, June 15, 2018 at 8:00 AM PDT
Saturday, June 16, 2018 at 5:00 PM PDT

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Sisters City Hall Council Chambers 
520 E Cascade Ave
Sisters, OR 97759

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Host Contact

Darleene Snider, Construction Manager 
Sisters Habitat for Humanity
Office: 541-549-1193
Cell: 541-948-9023

Registration Assistance

Megan Parrott 
Habitat for Humanity of Oregon 

Sisters Habitat for Humanity is hosting a Competent Person Training on June 15-16. Class is limited to 25 participants. 

What to expect: The two-day workshop will provide in-depth safety training for individuals designated as the affiliate’s “Competent Person” as defined by the Federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). OSHA requires that every build has a Competent Person (CP) on-site to help recognize unsafe situations and to make necessary corrections in recognized high hazard areas. All affiliates are required to demonstrate that they have a certified Competent Person to be eligible for select HFHI funding and programs. 

Instructor: Ed Brown, Sr. Specialist Construction Technology, Habitat for Humanity International

The training will cover four content areas:

  • Fall Protection
  • Scaffolding (types: fabricated, pump jack, and bracket)
  • General Jobsite Electrical Safety
  • Stairways and Ladders

Additional information for registrants:

Each participant is required to pass written exams during each segment of the training program with (70% or higher score). Re-testing can be offered; see instructor for more information. Laptops are not required for this course but may be useful study tools after the first day of training.

Registration fee:

The cost for this training is $150, which includes the cost of the course, plus lunch and refreshments for both days. Please make checks payable to Sisters Habitat for Humanity.

Nearby accommodations:

Lodging options include, but are not limited to: