10-Hour OSHA Health & Safety in Construction
This training course was developed by OSHA to promote safe construction workplace practices. It is mandated by many state and local governments for any “worker” on public construction projects. State and local requirements include (NY, NYC, NH, MA, CT, RI, NV, and MO).
Who Should Attend?
This OSHA safety course should be taken by anyone working in the construction, building and trades industries or who would benefit from an overview of construction industry hazards and control strategies; OSHA highly recommends this training for owners, operators and engineers and for all personnel working on CERCLA and Brownfield sites.
What You Will Learn:
This course is an introduction to OSHA health and safety requirements on construction sites, covering relevant issues to working in the construction and the buildings and trades disciplines. Upon completion, the participants will be able to:
- Distinguish between accident, incident and near-miss
- Describe the theories of why incident’s happen and root cause analysis
- Conduct an accident/incident/near-miss investigation that involves gathering complete, accurate and objective accident data that will enable the prevention of injuries, property damage and financial losses.
- Follow OSHA recordkeeping regulations for recordable accidents
This course is administered by OSHA-authorized instructors. Students who successfully complete this training will receive a wallet card from the OSHA Training Institute (OTI) that demonstrates to employers that they have received safety training needed in the workplace.
Continuing Education Points for this Course:
|NJ Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors Credits||10|
|NJ DEP Water Supply and Wastewater Licensed Operator Credits||10|
|ABIH Certification Maintenance Points||8 hours IH, 2 hours Safety|