Medical Fitness: Participants understand that activities at height are physically demanding, where physical fitness is a necessity and that by being in attendance you state you are in good physical health and capable of safely meeting the needs for medical fitness.
— Weight Limits: Participants must weigh between 130 and 310 lbs. with all of their equipment and tools on.
— Contraindication: A condition which makes participation within a training event potentially inadvisable. A contraindication may be absolute or relative. Certain medical conditions are definite contraindications to safe and effective work at height. These conditions include, but are not limited to, the following: alcohol or drug dependence, diabetes, high or low blood pressure, epilepsy; fits; blackouts, fear of heights, vertigo; giddiness; difficulty with balance, heart disease; chest pain, impaired limb function, musculoskeletal issues, e.g. bad back; strains; sprains, obesity, and psychiatric illness.
— A pre-participation physical release from a doctor or licensed health care provider may be required by your employer if you have an unfavorable medical condition. Please discuss privately and concerns you may have with the Optimum instructional staff member prior to any practical training activity. It is your responsibility to fully disclose any health issues or medications that are relevant to participation in the training.
I verify that I am medically fit to climb