Instructor: J. MacDowell
This two-hour narrated internet course fulfills the continuing education requirements outlined by 61G4-18.001 for Workplace Safety and Workers’ Compensation. Individual chapter descriptions below outline subjects, topics and subtopics covered.
This Course Covers:
WORKPLACE SAFETY – This one hour chapter describes the most pertinent aspects of jobsite safety regulations. Beginning with OSHA regulations surrounding proper recordkeeping and general first aid and sanitary provisions, the course continues with the fundamental requirements of Personal Protective Equipment, Fall Protection, Tool Safety, Stairway and Ladder Safety, and Excavation requirements. Finally, a comprehensive module on asbestos and lead remediation covers the safe handling of asbestos and lead based materials.
WORKERS' COMPENSATION – Employers in Florida are required by law to pay for the medical treatment and lost wages of employees who are injured on the job or suffer a job-related illness. The underlying principle is that employers must assume the costs of injuries, illnesses and deaths that occur on the job. In Florida, workers’ compensation is regulated by the Department of Financial Services and the Office of the Judges of Compensation Claims and enforced by the Florida Division of Workers’ Compensation. This chapter describes the rules and responsibilities of employers in complying with Florida Workers’ Compensation laws.
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