This 30 minute course presents fundamental information on working safely in construction environments. Upon completing the course, employees should:
- Understand how thinking "safety first" can help to prevent accidents, injuries and illnesses on the job.
- Be able to recognize common job site hazards.
- Know safe work practices and equipment you can use to avoid these hazards.
- Know how you should prepare ahead of time for workplace emergencies.
1910 Subpart B- Adoption and Extension of Established Federal Standards; 1926 Subpart C-General Safety and Health Provisions; 1926 Subpart D-Occupational Health and Environmental Controls; 1926 Subpart E-Personal Protective and Life Saving Equipment; 1926 Subpart F-Fire Protection and Prevention; 1926 Subpart G- Signs, Signals and Barricades; 1926 Subpart I- Tools-Hand and Power; 1926 Subpart J- Welding and Cutting; 1926 Subpart K - Electrical; 1926 Subpart L -Scaffolds; 1926 Subpart M-Fall Protection;