OSHA 30 Hour Construction safety training is for every construction workers, specially:
Superintendent, Supervisor, Site Safety Manager, and Site Safety Coordinator
This course outlines comprehensive ways to prevent and identify site hazards under OSHA 29 CFR 1926 Standards and Regulations.
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This course educates employees on a broad range of site safety and health topics. Such as, hazard recognition and mitigation, personal protective equipment, scaffolding safety, fall protection, electrical safety, and other construction-related hazards.
The program educates and help participants identify and prevent workplace hazards. Furthermore, this course also helps workers understand their rights and responsibilities.
Also, promote a culture of safety in the construction industry. Completing the course can improve job safety, reduce the risk of workplace accidents and injuries. And also, help employers comply with OSHA regulations.
More About OSHA 30 Hour Construction
The OSHA 30 Hour Construction course is a comprehensive safety training program that provides numerous benefits to workers and supervisors in the construction industry:
- Length and format: The course must include at least 30 hours of training, delivered in a minimum of four days. The course can be delivered online but must consist of interactive components and opportunities for participants to ask questions and receive feedback.
- Course content: The course must cover a variety of safety and health topics related to the construction industry, including hazard recognition and mitigation, personal protective equipment, scaffolding safety, electrical safety, and other construction-related hazards.
- Outreach program: The OSHA 30 Hour Construction course is part of OSHA’s outreach program, which emphasizes the importance of employers taking an active role in worker safety and health. As part of the outreach program, OSHA encourages employers to provide safety and health training to their workers and to establish safety and health programs in their workplaces.
By following OSHA’s guidance on the OSHA 30 Hour Construction training program, employers can ensure that their workers receive comprehensive safety training.
Which also meets OSHA’s training standards. And also helps to prevent workplace accidents and injuries.
Note: This course will expire in 6 months, starting from the time you purchase the course.
Upon completing OSHA 30 Hour Construction course, you will be to:
- Explain the OSHA Rules and Regulations on job safety and Construction site hazards.
- Understand and recognize OSHA Standards on taking necessary precautionary measures to prevent foreseen and unforeseen Construction site hazards.
- Identify the correct usage of each type of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
- Recognize the electrical hazards present at a Construction site.
- Identify the hazards of confined spaces and how to take accurate safety measures to prevent falls or accidents.
- Virtual Safety Training
- Easily Understandable Narrations
- Interactive Sessions
- Additional Material
- Links to OSHA regulations
- Instructor Is Just One Call Away
- Take the course at your own pace
- Real-world scenarios
- You need to score 70% or above marks to pass this training. To clear this course, you will be given THREE attempts.
- In the case of failing all THREE attempts, you will be locked out of the course, but you don’t have to worry. You can start your course from scratch by repurchasing the it.
Module 1: Introduction to OSHA
Module 2: Managing Safety and Health
Module 3: OSHA Focus Four Hazards
Module 4: Personal Protective Equipment
Module 5: Health Hazards in Construction
Module 6: Stairways and Ladders
Module 7: Concrete and Masonry Construction
Module 8: Confined Spaces
Module 9: Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Elevators, and Conveyors
Module 10: Ergonomics
Module 11: Excavations
Module 12: Fire Protection and Prevention
Module 13: Materials Handling, Use, and Disposal
Module 14: Motor Vehicles, Mechanized Equipment, and Marine Operations; Rollover Protective Structures and Overhead Protection; and Signs, Signals, and Barricades
Module 15: Safety and Health Programs
Module 16: Scaffolds
Module 17: Tools – Hand and Power
Module 18: Welding and Cutting
Module 19: Silica Exposure
Module 20: Lead Exposure
Module 21: Asbestos Exposure
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