The 10-hour or 30-hour program is an OSHA approved course that trains participants on the requirements of the OSHA standards and construction work practices. This course is a comprehensive safety program designed for anyone involved in the construction industry. The program provides complete information on OSHA compliance issues and is designed to help you recognize safety hazards on the job.
Topics covered in the course include:-
- ♦ Introduction to OSHA
- ♦ OSHA Standards & Inspection Procedures
- ♦ Safety programs & Subpart C
- ♦ Recordkeeping
- ♦ Electrical
- ♦ Scaffolds
- ♦ Fire prevention
- ♦ Welding & cutting
- ♦ Fall protection
- ♦ Concrete & masonry
- ♦ Stairways & ladders
- ♦ Cranes
- ♦ Rigging & materials handling
- ♦ Signs, signals & barricades
- ♦ Excavations
- ♦ Tools – hand & power
- ♦ Personnel protective equipment
- ♦ Health hazards in construction
- ♦ Confined space entry
- ♦ Steel erection and Powered industrial vehicles.
Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive a U.S. Department of Labor OSHA construction safety and health 10-hour or 30-hour course completion card. You must attend each session in order to receive a certificate of completion.