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GME Supply Product Catalog Version 18.1

GME Supply is North America's premier outfitter of fall protection, safety equipment, and gear for at-height workers, industry, and construction.

TRAINING \\ SAFETY LMS

TRAINING \\ SAFETY LMS ONSITE COURSES { For a complete offering of all courses available please visit our website at www.gmesupply.com. Pricing shown is open enrollment course pricing - please contact our Gear Experts ® for group pricing at your location. COMPETENT CLIMBER / RESCUER COMPETENT RIGGING PER ANSI 10.48 STANDARD Duration: One full day of classroom instruction and two full days of on-site instruction teaching basic and advanced tower rescue and climbing procedures. Course description: This course is designed for climbers with 90+ days of tower experience. Throughout the 3 days of class, students will learn and demonstrate the skills needed to safety perform day to day tower work, while also having the necessary skills to perform multiple types of rescues in an emergency. The class can be fully customized to suit a company’s needs, classes can be ran at one of the Safety LMS facilities across the US or at the companies private headquarters. Duration: One full day classroom course. Course description: This course details all aspects for the ASSE/ANSI 10.48-2016 Standard and is designed with specific emphasis on load calculations and rigging plans for antenna and line and structural modifications crews using a capstan hoist as the primary means of lifting loads with a line pull not exceeding 1,000 lbs. This course is intended for individuals who are experienced riggers, qualified persons or qualified engineers. 10002 - $795.00 10001 - $1,495.00 COMPETENT CLIMBER / RESCUER TRAIN THE TRAINER Duration: One full day classroom course and two full days on-site practical instruction. Course description: This course will allow qualified individuals to become certified to teach both Authorized Climber / Rescuer and Competent Climber / Rescuer in-house. A qualified individual has COMPETENT RIGGING TRAIN THE TRAINER Duration: One full day classroom course. Course description: This course will allow qualified individuals to become certified to teach the Competent Rigging curriculum in-house to their companies employees. A qualified individual has 5+ 5+ years of practical climbing experience and holds a current Competent Climber / Rescuer card. The company must also meet a set of basic requirements. Upon completion, trainers will be provided with a packet of course material and all of the tools to train their entire team. 10005 - $3,695.00 CAPSTAN HOIST OPERATIONS GIN POLE THEORY & APPLICATION Duration: Half-day classroom course. Optional practical instruction available with additional cost. Duration: Half-day classroom course. Optional practical instruction available with additional cost. Course description: This course covers the use of Capstan hoists on communications sites. There Course description: This course was designed to exceed the TIA-PN-4860 Gin Pole standard for are several types and designs of Capstan hoists that will be covered in this class, along with their “Design and Use” and as referenced by the OSHA Directive CPL-1.36. In this course the student use and hazards associated with operating the various units. The intent of this course is to give each will learn the design criteria of a gin pole and how the gin pole is used. Some topics covered in student the basic understanding to make good decisions while operating. This course combined the course include Unique Loading conditions, Types of Tagging and their Loads and Repairs and with practical experience will help prevent accidents and create better operators. A certificate of Modifications. completion will be issued upon successful completion of the written exam. 10006 - $795.00 10003 - $495.00 years or climbing and/or rigging experience and holds a current Climber / Rescuer Certification. The company must also meet set of basic requirements. Upon completion, trainers will be provided with a packet of course material and all of the tools to train their entire team up to a Competent Rigging level. 10007 - $2,895.00

{ The Safety LMS online courses offer convenience, without the need for a physical class session or travelling. Just login and take the course from anywhere on your own time. More online courses to be added throughout the year. TRAINING // SAFETY LMS ONLINE COURSES CAPSTAN HOIST OPERATIONS ONLINE COURSE Duration: 1.5 hours, online course. Course description: This course is intended to give each student the basics in understanding how to make good decisions while operating the Capstan Hoist. This course, combined with practical experience, will help prevent accidents and create better operators. The course is tailored towards the Hubbell / AB Chance 1000 lbs Series 90 Capstan Hoist but covers many different types and designs, their use, and the hazards associated with operating the various units. At the end of the online course, participants will take a test. After receiving a passing grade, participants will be issued a certification valid for 2 years. 10023 - $90.00 FUNDAMENTALS OF RF / EME ONLINE COURSE Duration: 1.5 hours, online course. Course description: Educates participants how to recognize the hazards of RF that exist on tower sites. This course is geared towards employees who work in close proximity to RF on a day-to-day basis. The intent of this online course is to give the student a basic understanding of this difficult topic, so they will recognize the hazards and make good decisions when exposure exists. After completing the online course, they’ll be able to work safely, avoiding harm to themselves and the rest of their crew. At the end of the online course, participants will take a test. After receiving a passing grade, participants will be issued a certification valid for 2 years. 10022 - $90.00 SITE SAFETY AUDITS / RISK ASSESSMENT Safety LMS Site Audits and Risk Assessments are designed for companies wanting to improve their crew’s safety programs, but don’t have the manpower to get to all of their sites or understand how to evaluate the crew once they are on site. This program is highly customizable to each company’s needs and is available for small single site jobs to audits covering an entire state. During an audit, the Safety LMS team will ensure your crews have all the current certs, their equipment is inspected and tasks are being performed to the required OSHA, ANSI & TIA standards. Safety LMS can also custom tailor an on site training program that can insure the crews get the proper hands-on training in difficult and complex tasks such as Tower Erection, Gin Pole Operations or Tower Guy Wire Plumb & Tensioning. CALL FOR CUSTOM QUOTE CUSTOMIZED SAFETY PLAN DEVELOPMENT Do you want a safety program specifically designed for your business, or one of those canned safety plans that sits on your shelf? Too many safety plans do just that. Safety LMS believes that a strong safety program starts with a specifically designed plan that fits your company and the specific type of work you perform. If a safety plan is to keep your business safe, the safety plan must specifically address your business. If your company is looking to take the next step, or even their first step in their safety policies, Safety LMS will be there throughout the entire process. As your one stop shop for training and safety, they are able to build individualized EH&S plans for companies. Plans vary from company to company and can be customized in scale from a total overhaul to just an audit of current plans. CALL FOR CUSTOM QUOTE (800) 940-6762 235

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