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Anchor Bolt Installation & Testing

Includes: use of equipment during training.

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This course is designed for personnel to be able to install, test, and carry out periodic inspections and retesting of anchor devices.
It will cover the roles and responsibilities of the system designer, installer, inspector, and user. The training will cover correct installation, testing, certifying, maintenance, and inspection of anchor devices.

Also, it will provide training on documentation to be issued to the client after an installation or periodic inspection.

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Course dates:

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Course available on our Kee Safety Training Centre located in Calgary - AB. 

We also can provide training on-site. 

Course Details

Assessment Method

Written and practical.

Course Duration

2 Days

Trainer to Candidate Ratio


Certification & Revalidation Period

PDF copy of Certificate. Certification valid for 3 years.

Pre-Training Requirements

Minimum Age of 18 years. Candidates need to be physically fit and free from any disability or medical condition that may prevent them from working safely. A self-certified statement of reasonable fitness.

Included in the Course

Training Manual. All the equipment for training will be provided in the course cost.

Course Content


By the end of the session the student will develop an
understanding and practical knowledge:

  1. Partnering with Kee Safety
  2. Kee i-bolt
  3. Anchor Devices – Safety Harness Eyebolt Fundamentals
  4. PPE Combinations
  5. Related Legislation – North America
  6. Testing & Compliance
  7. System Componentry
  8. Various Structural Fixes
  9. System Installations
  10. Tools required for Installation
  11. Trial and Proof Testing of Anchor Devices – Safety Harness Eyebolts and Hydrajaws
  12. Commissioning
  13. Recertification
  14. System Design Considerations


By the end of the session the student should be able to:

  1. Defined what constitutes a Anchor Device – Safety Harness Eyebolt
  2. Gained knowledge of Anchor Device – Safety Harness Eyebolt Fundamentals
  3. Reviewed the correct PPE Combinations to be used with a Safety Harness Eyebolt
  4. Examined Related Legislation in North America
  5. Examined related standards in North America
  6. Reviewed how Kee Safety Anchor Devices - Safety Harness i-Bolts are Tested & Compliant with said standards
  7. Studied System Componentry
  8. Reviewed Various Structural Fixes
  9. Installed Kee i-bolts with the correct Tools in accordance with manufacturers guidelines to various substrates/structures
  10. Practically Load Tested Eyebolts using a Hydrajaws Series 2000 Tester Unit
  11. Reviewed the checklist for commissioning a Safety Harness Eyebolt
  12. Reviewed the checklist for Recertification of a Safety Harness Eyebolt
  13. Discussed System Design Considerations

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