WICC - CWA Work at Height
Competent Climbing Wall Worker certification
- From 850 US dollarsFrom $850
- Edgeworks Climbing Tacoma
The purpose of the certification program is to establish a voluntary certification for Climbing Wall Workers and a uniform set of consensus performance standards that can be easily integrated into existing staff training programs and adopted anywhere. Cost: $850 for WICC Member Facilities only $1,000 for non-member facilities. Prerequisites: 18 years of age, Can lead climb 5.9 and lead belay, can ascend a rope, an demonstrate proper care, use and inspection of climbing equipment Materials: Setters will need to bring their personal harness, safety glasses, climbing shoes, and closed-toe shoes for working in. All WAH equipment will be provided including ropes, harnesses, buckets, Rigs, ascenders, ASAPs, and positioning equipment. Description: The Competent Climbing Wall Worker is certified in the training and immediate supervision of Authorized Climbing Wall Workers; implementation and monitoring of the employer’s managed fall protection program; implementation, supervision and monitoring of the employer’s Rescue Plan; and identifying, evaluating and controlling potential fall hazards and must have the authority to stop work-at-height operations immediately to mitigate potential fall hazards. Examples might include a route setter or head route setter.
Edgeworks Climbing Tacoma, North 9th Street, Tacoma, WA, USA