Scaffold Safety Awareness

Working on scaffolding can be one of the most dangerous jobs on a construction site. It does not need to be. When they are used and maintained correctly, scaffolds are safe. This awareness-level course provides employees with vital information to help them recognize unsafe practices and to work safely on and with scaffolds. Ideal learners are employees who perform work while on scaffolds.
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