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Construction site safety is one of the most overlooked things during a construction project. In most workplaces, accidents are a nuisance for the worker and a headache for HR. However, at construction sites, accidents have the potential to be life-threatening.

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Construction site safety is one of the most overlooked things during a construction project. In most workplaces, accidents are a nuisance for the worker and a headache for HR. However, at construction sites, accidents have the potential to be life-threatening. With every new story about environmental disasters, earth-shattering explosions, and trapped laborers, construction sites become less and less appealing — even as the population grows and demands new, updated structures increases.

Nearly 6.5 million people work at approximately 252,000 construction sites across the nation on any given day. The fatal injury rate for the construction industry is higher than the national average in this category for all industries.

Potential hazards for workers in construction include:

  • Falls (from heights);
  • Trench collapse;
  • Scaffold collapse;
  • Electric shock and arc flash/arc blast;
  • Failure to use proper personal protective equipment; and
  • Repetitive motion injuries.
It Doesn’t Matter What The Size Of Your Organization Is, If You Have Employees (Or Are Self-employed), Health And Safety Should Be At The Top Of Your Priority List.

OSHA Construction 30-hour training is the primary method used to train workers and supervisors on hazard recognition and OSHA safety standards. Our training is 100% covers specific OSHA regulations and requirements as they apply to the construction industry.

OSHA Construction 30-hour training is a great method used to train workers and supervisors on hazard recognition and OSHA safety standards. Our training covers specific OSHA regulations and requirements as they apply to the construction industry, and teaches safety awareness to help each worker recognize and reduce the risks of job site hazards. This fully narrated and interactive hazard recognition training is intended as a comprehensive look at OSHA standards for employers and employees.

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The construction industry continues to experience a large number of injuries and fatalities every year and the need for safety professionals has never been greater. Identifying and controlling construction hazards, reducing fatalities, injuries and illnesses, and designing effective OSH management systems specific to the construction industry are essential skills to the success of organizations.

This program is the best value for individuals and employers in the construction industry who want to get the most out of their safety training experience. If you aspire to excel in your career, are passionate about the field, and want to develop the skills needed to effectively manage safety in your workplace, this program will help you get there. Maximize potential transfer credits, earn CEUs, or prepare for other professional credentials by completing this program now!

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Companies hire occupational safety and health managers to design, develop, and deploy effective safety management systems within the organization. If you work in the construction industry, you will need to know how to apply safety concepts to this dangerous field.

This program is designed for current or potential OSH managers or directors in the construction industry who are responsible for establishing or managing their organization’s safety and health program. Emphasis is placed on gaining the knowledge and skills needed to design, develop, and deploy a world-class safety management system, and tailoring and applying that knowledge to the construction industry.

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Supervisors in the construction industry are invaluable to a world-class safety culture. As an “agent of the employer,” and the first-line representative of management, every supervisor has a legal obligation to understand his or her safety responsibilities in the workplace.

This program helps supervisors develop the knowledge and skills to fulfill those responsibilities and be effective leaders. By completing this program, students will understand how safety supervisor responsibilities apply to the construction industry.

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Supervisors in the construction industry are invaluable to a world-class safety culture. As an “agent of the employer,” and the first-line representative of management, every supervisor has a legal obligation to understand his or her safety responsibilities in the workplace.

This program helps supervisors develop the knowledge and skills to fulfill those responsibilities and be an effective leader. By completing this program, students will understand how safety supervisor responsibilities apply to the construction industry.

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This “Train-the-Trainer”‘ program is designed to help individuals and employers in the construction industry gain the knowledge and skills necessary to conduct occupational safety and health training. This program includes training program requirements, how to develop effective training, and best practices for presenting safety and health training.

This program also covers important and relevant safety and health topics necessary for every trainer in the construction field.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Construction safety aims to ensure that a construction site or the industry as a whole is not the cause of immediate danger to the public around a construction site, or the workers at a construction site, as well as making sure that the finished product of construction meets required safety standards.

Historically, construction workers suffer more fatal and nonfatal injuries than other industries. … Appropriate measures should be taken to improve safety at the site in order to prevent loss of limbs and life, suffering, and damage from preventable accidents.
Some Basic Construction Safety Rules
  • Always wear your seatbelt when in a vehicle or heavy equipment. …
  • Always inspect equipment and tools. …
  • Always use fall protection when working at heights.
  • Stay of out the blind spots of heavy equipment. …
  • Never put yourself in the line of fire.

Top 10 Construction Health and Safety Risks

  1. Working at Height
  2. Slips, Trips, and Falls
  3. Moving Objects
  4. Noise
  5. Manual Handling
  6. Vibrations
  7. Collapses
  8. Asbestos
  9. Electricity
  10. Respiratory Diseases

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