Health Hazards in Construction (US)

Workers in the construction industry face a number of health and safety hazards in their worksites every day, including exposure to materials that can cause serious illness and affect the health of a worker in the long term. This course was designed to provide awareness of the potential dangers of some common materials to which construction workers may be exposed. Ideal learners are all construction employees.
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Course Duration: 38 Minutes

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