Instructor: Scott Corbat
This eight hour course is a review of the safety codes required for residential construction. Students will be able to understand and describe the basic components of a construction safety program. They will recognize the hazards inherent at a construction jobsite, and describe ways to prevent those hazards. Finally students will learn the responsibilities of both the employer and the employee in observing established safety practices.
Learning objectives are provided to facilitate understanding and progress. Informal progress checks throughout the module will help you review and measure your understanding of the material. The assessment at the end of each chapter accurately reflects learning objectives. A 70% score on each assessment is required to move on to the next chapter.
After completing this course, you will be able to:
- Recognize the role of OSHA in the workplace and describe the causes of the most common workplace injuries.
- Identify the hazards that prompt the use of fall protection for workers at the jobsite.
- Outline at least three procedures that must be followed in order to control and minimize workplace hazards.
- Create a working emergency action and fire prevention plan.
- Name factors that pose a hazard to employees working in excavations and identify how to reduce those hazards.
- Summarize “best practices” for proper handling, storage, use and disposal of hazardous materials.
This course covers:
- Role of OSHA
- Record Keeping
- Employee/Employer Rights & Responsibilities
- OSHA Resources
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Falls in Construction
- Stairways & Ladders
- Electrical Safety
- Egress/Fire Protection
- Hazard Communication
- Tool Safety
- Materials Handling
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