Recognized throughout the construction industry as a solid baseline of safety training, this 10-Hour Outreach Training program meets the criteria outlined by OSHA’s outreach training initiative. This program is ideal for all construction workers, including project managers and superintendents. Each student who successfully completes the program will receive a completion card issued by the U.S. Department of Labor. It should be noted that although many essential safety topics are covered in this program, construction workers perform a wide variety of duties and thus may require additional training as designated by OSHA standards. This program includes the topics set forth by the OSHA outreach training initiative as well as study guides and assessments.
The 10-Hour Outreach Program for General Industry is a series of safety courses which target the most commonly dealt with topics found in 29 CFR 1910. Employers and employees alike will benefit greatly from information provided in this program. Ideal for newly hired employees to ensure that they are given a broad overview of the role that OSHA plays in the workplace as well as their own personal roles and responsibilities regarding safety. Each student who successfully completes the program will receive a completion card issued by the U.S. Department of Labor.
Think about all the dangers you could face at a construction site – heights, confined spaces, electrical hazards and even human errors can all be dangerous or even deadly if you don’t know how to work safely. Take this 30-Hour Outreach Training program to learn about the hazards your workers will face on the job and what you can do keep them to stay safe. You’ll also learn what OSHA requires of you and your employees, including information about hazard communication, GHS, safety inspections and recordkeeping. This program will lay the foundation for other job-specific training you may need, depending on what you do at work. Once you successfully complete the program, you will receive a completion card issued by the U.S. Department of Labor.
Ideal Learners: All construction managers, including project managers and superintendents
Federal law provides employees with the basic right to know the extent and consequences of their exposure to harmful substances they work with. This means they are entitled to full access to all of the medical and exposure records generated for them while working for a given employer. This course covers employee rights to access medical exposure records, how to access those records and what information is exempt from employee access.
Not everything we have to work on is within reach. There are times we need a little help. Sometimes ladders are chosen, other times fixed scaffolds, and still other times mobile equipment like aerial lifts (also referred to as an articulating boom/bucket lifts) and scissor lifts. Working safely with this last category will be the focus of this course. Ideal learners include employees who work on or around aerial lifts and scissor lifts.
If your job duties include even occasional contact with blood or other infectious materials, you are at risk for contracting potentially deadly, incurable diseases. Take this course to learn what bloodborne pathogens are and how you can protect yourself from them. Ideal learners include anyone who may be exposed to blood or other potentially infectious materials, including healthcare workers, custodians, maintenance staff, research personnel and construction workers.