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OSHA Training – Construction

The Construction Safety library for construction workers and contractors uses state-of-the-art technology to deliver training online. The courses satisfy the compliance training needs of students with the advantage of having a flexible study schedule.

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Course Title Hours Price

CATEGORY:
Construction

Course Description:
This course was produced in conjunction with the National AGC.

This module describes written communication. Written communication plays a vital role in all types of businesses. In this module, we will go through some grammar fundamentals that can help you in sentence development.

This module has been divided into three lessons – fundamentals for better writing, common writing problems, and creating better documents.

In this module, we will look at the issues that cause problems for many writers. It is important to know that some of the rules of English grammar are firm, while others can be changed. English grammar and style are not similar, but they should work together for a desired effect.

You will also learn about some common grammar, punctuation, and style problems and be presented with sentences, paragraphs, and documents that will help you in improving your writing skills.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

By the end of this course the student should:

  • List and define the eight parts of speech
  • List and properly use the major punctuation marks
  • Define and construct four types of sentences
  • Identify the four “myths about writing”
  • Correct common punctuation errors, particularly those involving commas and apostrophes
  • Correct common grammar – related errors, particularly those involving misplaced modifiers and disagreement
  • Identify how style – related issues such as wordiness and gender bias affect Standard Business English
  • Identify four ways to develop better sentences
  • Define essential parts of a paragraph
  • Recognize different types of business correspondence and list the important points of each type
  • Cite the steps in editing a document
  • Recognize proofreader’s marks
  • Understand the importance of style

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 2 hours.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A

    TESTING:
    Lesson quizzes – 70% passing score.
    Final exams – 70% passing score.

    COURSE COMPLETION:
    Upon successful completion of this course you will be able to print your certificate online.
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  • 2 $50

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course was produced in conjunction with the National AGC.

    This module describes underlying studies in the construction industry with a focus on heavy construction. The construction estimating process, though different in some ways, is similar for contractors of all disciplines. To estimate the cost of a project, a contractor must be able to:

  • Visualize the construction process for a project.

  • Understand the way the work is to be performed.

  • Estimate the time required, based upon a set of drawings and specifications.

  • The contractor is required to provide the owner with a guaranteed cost of services before knowing what the actual costs will be upon completion. Consequently, the contractor must exercise extreme care when developing an estimate, since guaranteeing prices before actual completion could mean loss of profit if unforeseen costs arise.

    Learning Objectives

    • Learn how to select appropriate members of a site investigation team.

    • Identify the main components of a site visit.

    • Identify issues for research during a thorough site visit.

    • Identify potential issues related to local resources and requirements.

    • Learn the essentials of a good site report.

    • List the ways the design decision may affect civil engineering and heavy construction methods.

    • Identify ways in which equipment, plant, labor, and timing may affect civil engineering and heavy construction methods.

    • Identify situations in which several construction methods should be compared.

    • Establish the logic for a preliminary schedule.

    • Identify factors that shape the preliminary schedule time.

    • Identify situations requiring special schedules.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 2 hours.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Lesson quizzes – 70% passing score.
    Final exams – 70% passing score.

    COURSE COMPLETION:
    Upon successful completion of this course you will be able to print your certificate online.

    2 $85

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course was produced in conjunction with the National AGC.
    This module describes underlying studies in the construction industry with a focus on building construction.
    The construction estimating process, though different in some ways, is similar for contractors of all disciplines. To estimate the cost of a project, a contractor must be able to:

  • Visualize the construction process for a project.

  • Understand the way the work is to be performed.

  • Estimate the time required, based upon a set of drawings and specifications.

  • The contractor is required to provide the owner with a guaranteed cost of services before knowing what the actual costs will be upon completion. Consequently, the contractor must exercise extreme care when developing an estimate, since guaranteeing prices before actual completion could mean loss of profit if unforeseen costs arise.

    Learning Objectives

    • Learn how to select appropriate members of a site investigation team.

    • Identify the main components of a site visit.

    • Identify issues for research during a thorough site visit.

    • Identify potential issues related to local resources and requirements.

    • Learn the essentials of a good site report.

    • List the ways the design decision may affect building construction methods.

    • Identify ways in which equipment, plant, labor and timing may affect building construction methods.

    • Identify situations in which several construction methods should be compared.

    • Establish the logic for a preliminary schedule.

    • Identify factors that shape the preliminary schedule time.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 2 hours.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Lesson quizzes – 70% passing score.
    Final exams – 70% passing score.

    COURSE COMPLETION:
    Upon successful completion of this course you will be able to print your certificate online.

    2 $85

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course was produced in conjunction with the National AGC.

    This module describes Short – Interval Planning (SIP). Short – Interval Planning plays a crucial role in the corporate model that will prepare construction project managers for success in the twenty – first century.
    This module explains the importance of SIP and its place in the overall construction process. It introduces the student to the forms and calculations necessary to create the short – interval production schedule. It also emphasizes the importance of labor management to the construction process and shows the project manager how SIPS can improve that process.

    Learning Objectives

    • State the importance of SIP to the project management planning process.

    • Describe the primary and secondary benefits of SIPS.

    • Calculate labor and equipment costs.

    • State the importance of short – interval production scheduling to the execution of day – to – day tasks.

    • Calculate an activity budget.

    • Calculate hourly and daily rates.

    • Know how to do a crew cost analysis.

    • Calculate daily production rate.

    • Know how to fill out the SIPS form.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 2 hours.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Lesson quizzes – 70% passing score.
    Final exams – 70% passing score.

    COURSE COMPLETION:
    Upon successful completion of this course you will be able to print your certificate online.

    2 $50

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course was produced in conjunction with the National AGC.

    This module describes preplanning. Preplanning is a systematic step – by – step strategy intended to coordinate the overall planning process for a construction project. This module is divided into two lessons:
    The first lesson discusses the importance of preplanning to successful project management, introduces the 14 steps in the preplanning process, and specifically discusses steps 1 – 5.
    The second lesson reviews the importance of preplanning, reintroduces the 14 preplanning steps, and discusses steps 6 – 14.

    Learning Objectives

    • State the importance of preplanning to the overall construction project process.

    • List the fourteen steps of the preplanning process.

    • Discuss the specifics of each step in the preplanning process.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 2 hours.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Lesson quizzes – 70% passing score.
    Final exams – 70% passing score.

    COURSE COMPLETION:
    Upon successful completion of this course you will be able to print your certificate online.

    2 $50

    Course Description

    This course was produced in conjunction with the National AGC.
    Construction companies that properly utilize equipment will gain a strategic advantage over their competitors. This advantage will result in more efficient production and increased profits. To realize this advantage, project managers need to carefully consider the variables that they use to select equipment, to analyze equipment cost, and to track the effectiveness of their decisions.

    Effect equipment utilization requires the cooperation of upper – level management, estimators, project managers, foremen, operators, and maintenance personnel. By understanding the big picture of equipment utilization, project managers can make more informed decisions about how to choose and use equipment.

    Learning Objectives

    • List four procedures that are essential to small tool management.
    • Outline the differences in costing major equipment, minor equipment, and small tools.
    • Calculate equipment options.
    • Outline the advantages and disadvantages of purchasing, renting, or leasing equipment.
    • Calculate when a piece of equipment should be repaired, replaced, or rebuiltr.
    • Understand the importance of insurance and record keeping.
    • List at least six factors that should be considered when conducting a needs analysis.
    • Calculate the cost per unit production.
    • List at least three elements of equipment ownership and operating cost.
    • Calculate equipment ownership and operating costs.
    • Calculate equipment rental costs.

    Seat Time: 2 Hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    2 $50

    Course Description

    This course was produced in conjunction with the National AGC.
    This module describes effective meetings and the steps to planning successful meetings. This module also explains how to use the meeting agenda and the interrogatory words who, what, where, why, and how to create a blueprint for your meeting.

    Learning Objectives

    • Discuss the importance of planning and the delivery of effective meetings
    • List the three phases of an effective meeting
    • List the six interrogatory words and discuss their importance to planning effective meetings
    • Discuss the importance and role of a meeting agenda
    • Understand the importance of meeting minutes and a meeting minutes recorder
    • Comprehend the meeting day preparations
    • Discuss the duties of the meeting leader
    • Be capable of evaluating meetings
    • Explore the future of meeting and the impact of new technologies

    Seat Time: 2 Hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    2 $50

    This training depicts how accidents are caused and prevention. The program emphasis is on unsafe acts of employees and their responsibility for injury prevention.

    0.5 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course will offer training in procedures required in the new “Steel Erection Standard”. Attendees who should attend this seminar are those who are in any position of authority relating to any type of structural steel erection, including everyone from the crafts trade to project managers and construction company owners, and to any other on – site personnel. This course is designed to assist contractors, engineers and architects, and other safety personnel in understanding and complying with the new Subpart R, Steel Erection Standard.

    Learning Objectives

    • Identify and understand Subpart R – Steel Erection Final Rules.

    • Understand §1926.750 Scope.

    • Identify §1926.750 (c) Specific Controlling Contractor Duties.

    • Understand §1926.752 Site Layout, Erection Plan and Construction Sequence.

    • Understand §1926.753 Hoisting and Rigging.

    • Understand §1926.754 Structural Steel Assembly.

    • To know about §1926.755 Column Anchorage.

    • Understand §1926.756 Beams and Columns.

    • Learn about §1926.757 Open Web Steel Joists.

    • Understand §1926.758 Systems – Engineered Metal Buildings.

    • Understand §1926.759 Falling Object Protection.

    • Learn about §1926.760 Fall Protection

    Topics Covered

    • Subpart R – Steel Erection Final Rule.

    • §1926.750 Scope.

    • §1926.750 (c) Specific Controlling Contractor Duties.

    • §1926.752 Site Layout, Erection Plan and Construction Sequence.

    • §1926.753 Hoisting and Rigging.

    • §1926.754 Structural Steel Assembly.

    • §1926.755 Column Anchorage.

    • §1926.756 Beams and Columns.

    • §1926.757 Open Web Steel Joists.

    • §1926.758 Systems – Engineered Metal Buildings.

    • §1926.759 Falling Object Protection.

    • §1926.760 Fall Protection.

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    Course Title:

    OSHA 29 CFR 1910 Sbpt S – Electrical

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course provides an overview of basic electrical safety for individuals with little or limited training or familiarity with electrical hazards and is designed for any worker who may use extension cords, electric tools, etc. This course covers the topics included in OSHA 29 CFR 1910.301 – 399 Subpart S.

    Learning Objectives

    • Establish the conditions covered by OSHA’s 1910 Subpart S Design Safety Standards.

    • Outline the general requirements for electrical safety standards.

    • Understand the proper use and identification of circuits and conductors.

    • Define the standards for electrical grounding and protection.

    • Establish the general requirements for wiring methods and equipment.

    • Establish the guidelines and requirements for special purpose equipment.

    Topics Covered

    • Lesson 1 Introduction to Electrical Safety.

    • Lesson 2 Wiring Design and Protectio.

    • Lesson 3 Wiring Methods, Components, and Equipment.

    • Lesson 4 Specific Purpose Equipment.

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    Course Description

    This course is made for drivers to improve their driving skills and learn something new. Death, injuries, and property damage in the U.S. must be reduced. It is extremely important to the citizens of this country to identify and implement all reasonable means to reduce human suffering and property loss that result from vehicle crashes. The attitudes and skills of drivers must be improved, and through effective driving safety programs, this can be accomplished.

    Outline:

    1.Introduction
    2.Traffic Safety Problems
    3.Factors Influencing Driver Performance
    4.Traffic Laws and Procedures
    5.Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety
    6.Physical Forces That Influence Driver Control
    7.Perceptual Skills Needed For Driving
    8.Defensive Driving Strategies
    9.Emergency Driving Procedures
    10.Occupant Restraint and Protective Equipment
    11.Special Skills for Difficult Driving Situations
    12.Backing Basics
    13.Final Exam – 115 questions @ 70%.

    – – Each Session is followed by a short session quiz. These quizzes vary in length and are scored at 80%.

    Learning Objectives.

    14.Evaluate the introduction and instructions to the course
    15.Identify traffic safety problems
    16.Analyze factors Influencing driver performance
    17.Interpret traffic laws and procedures
    18.Contrast the use of alcohol and drugs and their effects on traffic safety
    19.Describe physical forces that influence driver control
    20.Recognize perceptual skills needed for driving
    21.Outline Defensive Driving strategies
    22.Recognize emergency driving procedures
    23.Categorize occupant restraint and protective equipment
    24.Evaluate special skills for difficult driving situations
    25.Summarize backing basics.

    6 $220

    Course Title:

    OSHA 29 CFR 1926 Sbpt T – Demolition

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course is designed for demolition contractors. Topics include preparatory operations, engineering survey, utility location, medical services & first aid, police & fire contact, fire prevention & protection, special structures, concrete structures, safe blasting procedures, transportation of explosives, storage of explosives, and procedures after blasting. This course covers the topics included in OSHA 29 CFR 1926.7 Subpart T.

    Learning Objectives

    • Introduction to “1926 Subpart T Demolition.”.

    • Learn how to meet the prerequisites, in order to fully achieve the demolition targets, besides ensuring the safety of employees engaged in demolition work.

    • To learn about the different types of demolition and the concerned requirements, different building structures and the applicable safety precautions for the demolition of the same.

    • Learn how to store, transport and use the explosives, properly, for the demolition work, and how to avoid any mishaps during handling and use of the explosives or blasting agents.

    • And of course to learn the related terminology

    Topics Covered

    • Lesson 1 Precautions of Demolition Wor.

    • Lesson 2 Blasting Explosion.

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    COURSE COMPLETION:
    Upon successful completion of this course you will be able to print your certificate online.

    2 $20

    Course Title:
    OSHA 29 CFR 1926 Sbpt N – Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Elevators, and Conveyors

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course is intended for workers who want to learn more about cranes, derricks, hoists, elevators, and/or conveyors. Topics include cranes & derricks, helicopters, base – mounted drum hoists, overhead hoists, conveyors, and aerial lifts, This course covers the topics included in OSHA 29 CFR 1926.55 Subpart N.

    Learning Objectives

    • Introduce the OSHA regulations which provide the information for this cranes and riggings
    • Become familiar with the different types of cranes and hoists
    • Cover the procedures for proper inspection and maintenance
    • Establish the guidelines for proper equipment testing and load rating capacities
    • Outline the proper procedures for crane operators and co – workers
    • Outline regulations for load handling and handling equipment

    Topics Covered

    • Lesson 1 Introduction to Cranes and Riggings
    • Lesson 2 Basics of Crane Safety
    • Lesson 3 Handling the Load

    LREGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – The final exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be repeated three times if necessary.

    COURSE COMPLETION:
    Upon successful completion of this course you will be able to print your certificate online.

    1 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course is intended for workers who want to learn more about cranes, derricks, hoists, elevators, and/or conveyors. Topics include cranes & derricks, helicopters, base – mounted drum hoists, overhead hoists, conveyors, and aerial lifts, This course covers the topics included in OSHA 29 CFR 1926.55 Subpart N.

    Learning Objectives

    • Introduce the OSHA regulations which provide the information for this cranes and riggings
    • Become familiar with the different types of cranes and hoists
    • Cover the procedures for proper inspection and maintenance
    • Establish the guidelines for proper equipment testing and load rating capacities
    • Outline the proper procedures for crane operators and co – workers
    • Outline regulations for load handling and handling equipment

    Topics Covered

    • Definition of Competent Person.

    • Operators.

    • Hazards Associated with Crane Operations.

    • Accidents.

    • Types of Cranes.

    • Load.

    • Guarding.

    • Sheaves.

    • Inspection

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course encapsulates the safety regulation of the workers working in permit required confined spaces. It instructs about the hazards that may occur during the work in confined spaces.

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

    Have an Introduction to Confined Spaces.

    Learn the Characteristics of Confined Spaces.

    Learn about the Atmospheric Conditions.

    Learn about the Prevention Program.

    Understand the Duties of Employers and Employees.

    · Understand the Rescue & Emergency Services

    Understand the Testing Protocol.

    Topics Covered

    • Introduction.

    • Characteristics of Confined Spaces.

    • Atmospheric Conditions.

    • Prevention Program.

    • Duties of Employers and Employees.

    • Rescue & Emergency Services.

    • Testing Protocol.

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    This course meets the training requirements for anyone working or entering a confined space. This trianing explains the rules, procedures, emergency procedures, and more.

    0.5 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course is designed for construction workers who want to learn about precautions and dangers that come from concrete and masonry projects. Topics include general requirements, cast – in – place concrete, and masonry construction. This course covers the topics included in OSHA 29 CFR 1926.7 Subpart Q.

    Learning Objectives

    • To understand post – tensioning operations requirements .

    • To identify the requirements relating to working under loads.

    • To understand the requirements concerned with Personal Protective Equipment.

    • To identify and understand the lockout/tagout Procedures requirements.

    • To understand the requirements relating to pre – cast concrete.

    • To understand CFR 1926.706 masonry construction.

    Topics Covered

    • General Requirements.

    • Post – Tensioning Operations.

    • Concrete Bucket.

    • Personal Protective Equipment.

    • Bulk Cement Storage.

    • Concrete Pumping System.

    • Power Concrete Trowels.

    • Bull Floats.

    • Lockout/Tagout Procedures.

    • Cast – in – Place Concrete.

    • Tiered Single Post Shores.

    • Vertical Slip Forms.

    • Reinforcing Steel.

    • Removal of Form Work.

    • Pre – case Concrete.

    • Lift – slab Operations.

    • Limited Access Zone.

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course gives you a basic understanding of OSHA standards and its role in the prevention and elimination of work – related injuries and fatalities due to stairways and ladders at workplaces.

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

    • Understand OSHA standards related to stairways and ladders

    • Find out methods of protection from stairways and ladder hazards

    • Explore safety guidelines and requirements of stairways and ladders used at construction sites

    • Study and training and other essential factors associated with stairways and ladders

    Topics Covered

    OSHA Standards.

    Stairways .

    Stairrails and Handrails.

    About Ladders .

    Training .

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course attempts to provide a general overview of the safety measures that are required when working on a scaffold. The course begins with an introduction into the various types of scaffolds, and goes onto to outline the OSHA safety requirements and safety measure that can be taken to ensure that employees working on scaffolds are at little risk of injury or death.

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

    Identify the various classifications of scaffolds.

    Understand the basic OSHA safety requirements.

    Learn the measures that can be taken to ensure safe working conditions on a scaffold.

    Topics Covered

    What is a Scaffold?.

    Types of Scaffolds.

    Suspension Scaffolds.

    Supported Scaffolds.

    Introduction.

    How Do You Minimize Risks?.

    Guardrails.

    Personal Fall Arrest Systems.

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    Cal – OSHA: Intro to Cal – OSHA.

    1 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course gives you a basic understanding about OSHA’s role in prevention and elimination of work – related illnesses and injuries. Hand and power tools are a part of our everyday lives and help us to easily perform tasks that otherwise would be difficult or impossible. However, these simple tools can be hazardous, and have the potential for causing severe injuries when used or maintained improperly. Special attention toward hand and power tool safety is necessary in order to reduce or eliminate these hazards. .

    Learning Objectives

    To understand OSHA standards and rules associated with hand and power tools.

    To explore guarding technique or principles that apply to hand and power tools.

    To identify the precautions that are essential for safe use .

    Topics Covered

    • Introduction
    • General Requirements
    • Hazards of Hand and Power Tools
    • Types of tools
    • General precautions

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course is designed for those who want to learn about recognition, avoidance and prevention of unsafe conditions in regulated employments. Topics include definitions, recognition of unsafe conditions, avoidance of unsafe conditions, and prevention of unsafe conditions. This course focuses on the topics covered in OSHA 29 CFR 1926.20 Subpart C.

    Learning Objectives

    • Know the responsibilities of the employer and employee in the workplace

    • Know the types of access you have to your medical records

    • Know the proper way to implement emergency plans

    Topics Covered

    • Introduction to 1926 Subpart C.

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    COURSE COMPLETION:
    Upon successful completion of this course you will be able to print your certificate online.

    1 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course has been designed to deliver firsthand information about fires and fire protection measures. After completing this course, you will be able to identify different types of fires and how safety measures can be taken to avoid a disastrous situation. We will also discuss the different types of fire extinguishers in use and discover how careful planning and precautionary measures can be taken to save lives and property.

    This course is intended for the general audience. For more information, please contact your local fire department and consult your fire safety and security maintenance supervisor.

    Learning Objectives

    • Recognize different types of fires and fire extinguishers.

    • Understanding fire related injuries and their immediate remedies.

    • Comprehend fire protection systems of protection and evacuation during fire.

    • Diagnosing evacuation plans and preparing for emergencies.

    Topics Covered

    • Fires.

    • Fire Extinguishers.

    • Safety and Alarm Devices.

    • Rescue and Evacuation.

    • Injuries and First Aid.

    • Ignition Hazards.

    • Temporary Buildings.

    • Open Yard Storage.

    • Indoor Storage.

    • Emergency Planning.

    • Portable Firefighting Equipment.

    • Fixed Firefighting Equipment.

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course gives you a basic understanding about OSHA’s role in prevention and elimination of work – related illnesses and injuries. The OSHA standard identifies areas or activities where fall protection is needed. .

    It clarifies what an employer must do to provide fall protection for employees, such as identifying and evaluating fall hazards and providing training. Under the standard, employers are able to select fall protection measures compatible with the type of work being performed. .

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

    Learn about falls in the workplace.

    Identify preventative measures to avoid falls .

    Understand the duty to have fall protection.

    Identify and understand fall protection systems.

    Learn how to develop a fall protection plan.

    Learn how to inspect fall protection equipment.

    Topics Covered

    • Falls.

    • Types of Fall Protection – Active Systems.

    • Types of Fall Protection – Passive Systems.

    • Inspection of Equipment.

    • Fall Protection Safety Systems.

    • Falling Object Protection.

    • Training.

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    Cave – ins are considered the most dangerous trench and excavation hazard. In addition, other potentially fatal hazards also exist in excavations, such as asphyxiation due to lack of oxygen in a confined space, inhalation of toxic fumes, drowning, falls, water accumulation, etc. The OSHA standards intend to protect workers in trenches and excavations. This course gives you a basic understanding of how to work safely in excavations and what important points are required to consider when working in an excavation. .

    Learning Objectives

    Identify factors that pose a hazard to employees working in excavations.

    Learn how to protect employees from cave – ins.

    Understand the role of a competent person at an excavation site .

    Explore other various related issues associated with excavations.

    Topics Covered

    OSHA Standards.

    The Dangers of Excavations.

    Protection of Employees.

    Hazardous Conditions.

    Access and Egress.

    Falls and Equipment.

    Planning.

    Competent Person .

    Summary.

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    Course Title:

    OSHA 29 CFR 1910 Sbpt S – Electrical

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course provides an overview of basic electrical safety for individuals with little or limited training or familiarity with electrical hazards and is designed for any worker who may use extension cords, electric tools, etc. This course covers the topics included in OSHA 29 CFR 1910.301 – 399 Subpart S.

    Learning Objectives

    • Establish the conditions covered by OSHA’s 1910 Subpart S Design Safety Standards.

    • Outline the general requirements for electrical safety standards.

    • Understand the proper use and identification of circuits and conductors.

    • Define the standards for electrical grounding and protection.

    • Establish the general requirements for wiring methods and equipment.

    • Establish the guidelines and requirements for special purpose equipment.

    Topics Covered

    • Lesson 1 Introduction to Electrical Safety.

    • Lesson 2 Wiring Design and Protectio.

    • Lesson 3 Wiring Methods, Components, and Equipment.

    • Lesson 4 Specific Purpose Equipment.

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course is intended for workers who want to learn more about cranes, derricks, hoists, elevators, and/or conveyors. Topics include cranes & derricks, helicopters, base – mounted drum hoists, overhead hoists, conveyors, and aerial lifts, This course covers the topics included in OSHA 29 CFR 1926.55 Subpart N.

    Learning Objectives

    • Introduce the OSHA regulations which provide the information for this cranes and riggings
    • Become familiar with the different types of cranes and hoists
    • Cover the procedures for proper inspection and maintenance
    • Establish the guidelines for proper equipment testing and load rating capacities
    • Outline the proper procedures for crane operators and co – workers
    • Outline regulations for load handling and handling equipment

    Topics Covered

    • Definition of Competent Person.

    • Operators.

    • Hazards Associated with Crane Operations.

    • Accidents.

    • Types of Cranes.

    • Load.

    • Guarding.

    • Sheaves.

    • Inspection

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course is designed for construction workers who want to learn about precautions and dangers that come from concrete and masonry projects. Topics include general requirements, cast – in – place concrete, and masonry construction. This course covers the topics included in OSHA 29 CFR 1926.7 Subpart Q.

    Learning Objectives

    • To understand post – tensioning operations requirements .

    • To identify the requirements relating to working under loads.

    • To understand the requirements concerned with Personal Protective Equipment.

    • To identify and understand the lockout/tagout Procedures requirements.

    • To understand the requirements relating to pre – cast concrete.

    • To understand CFR 1926.706 masonry construction.

    Topics Covered

    • General Requirements.

    • Post – Tensioning Operations.

    • Concrete Bucket.

    • Personal Protective Equipment.

    • Bulk Cement Storage.

    • Concrete Pumping System.

    • Power Concrete Trowels.

    • Bull Floats.

    • Lockout/Tagout Procedures.

    • Cast – in – Place Concrete.

    • Tiered Single Post Shores.

    • Vertical Slip Forms.

    • Reinforcing Steel.

    • Removal of Form Work.

    • Pre – case Concrete.

    • Lift – slab Operations.

    • Limited Access Zone.

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    This program explains the precautions to take when administering first aid on a construction site. This program is designed to prevent exposure to HBV and HIV and other bloodborne illnesses.

    0.5 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course is intended for workers who want to know about motor vehicles, mechanized equipment, marine operations, rollover protective structures, overhead protection, signs, signals, and/or barricades. Topics include motor vehicles, mechanized equipment, marine operations, rollover protective structures, overhead protection, signs, signals, and/or barricades. This course covers the topics included in OSHA 29 CFR 1926 Subparts O,W,G.

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

    The OSHA standards of Motor Vehicle Safety.

    Management of machines and equipment handlings through OSHA standards.

    How industrial tractors are covered by OSHA.

    The purpose of Signs and Barricades.

    Topics Covered

    • General Requirements.

    • Material Handling Equipment.

    • Introduction.

    • Design of ROPS.

    • Remountin.

    • Labeling.

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course introduces the hazards that are involved in the handling and storage of materials. Different methods of handling and storage are discussed, the hazards they pose to workers and the methods by which these hazards can be reduced or eliminated from the workplace.

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

    • Understand the major causes of injury attained from handling and storing materials.

    • Know the various methods that can be used to prevent injuries.

    • Know the safety measures involved when operating mechanical handling devices.

    • Know the various safety and health principles that can be adopted in the workplace.

    Topics Covered

    • Introduction.

    • Methods of Prevention.

    • Conveyor.

    • Cranes.

    • Slings.

    • Powered Industrial Trucks.

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    Este módulo ofrece información general acerca de los tipos de operaciones que causan con más frecuencia los peligros de ser golpeado y de quedar atrapado. También discute los controles de ingeniería que deberían seguirse y lista el equipo de protección personal (EPP) que debería utilizarse para limitar o eliminar lesiones que resulten de los peligros de ser golpeado o quedar atrapado.

    • Reconocer con un 70% de precisión actividades que resultan con más frecuencia en lesiones por ser golpeado y lesiones por quedar atrapado en el sito de trabajo.
    • Identificar y explicar con un 70% de precisión las prácticas y los procedimientos que pueden implementarse para prevenir lesiones por ser golpeado o lesiones por quedar atrapado.
    • Indicar con un 70% de precisión el equipo de protección personal que puede mitigar o prevenir lesiones por ser golpeado o lesiones por quedar atrapado.
    1 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description:
    This course gives a basic overview of OSHA, OSH Act, and OSHA’s role in prevention and elimination of work – related illnesses and injuries. It includes information about employer and employee rights and responsibilities, and a very brief look at the inspection process, reporting and recordkeeping. This course will prove beneficial for those who are directly or indirectly involved with OSHA and OSH Act. .

    Learning Objectives

    Understand what OSHA is.

    Describe the Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Act .

    Explain how the General Duty Clause affects employers .

    Identify the different types of OSHA violations .

    Explain how OSHA conducts inspections .

    Understand OSHA’s requirements .

    Understand employers’ and workers’ rights .

    Topics Covered

    • Introduction.

    • OSHA Standards.

    • Recordkeepin.

    • Inspections.

    • Employers’ and Workers’ Rights and Responsibilities.

    • Summary.

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hours.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 70% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    Este módulo le proporciona un conocimiento básico del papel de OSHA en la prevención y eliminación de enfermedades y lesiones relacionadas con el trabajo. Las herramientas manuales y eléctricas son una parte de nuestra vida cotidiana y nos ayudan a realizar fácilmente las tareas que de otra manera serían difíciles o imposibles. Sin embargo, estas simples herramientas pueden ser peligrosas y tienen el potencial de causar lesiones graves si se utilizan o se les da un mantenimiento inadecuado. En este módulo usted aprenderá acerca de las prácticas de seguridad en torno a las herramientas manuales y eléctricas con el fin de reducir o eliminar estos peligros.

    1 $20

    More illnesses are surfacing from employees working in abnormally high temperatures, such as in a hot warehouse or warm assembly environment. This course discusses heat stroke, heat stress, fainting, and precautions to take when working in a hot environment.

    0.5 $20

    This program is designed to explain health hazards in welding operations and how to make the job safer and healthful by following industry safety and health procedures.

    0.5 $20

    This course meets the training requirements for basic spills and clean up procedures. It also emphasizes individual safety, proper equipment, and general safety rules relating to spill clean up.

    0.5 $20

    This is an excellent program to meet hazard communication requirements by training employees in chemical safety, labeling, and material safety data sheets.

    0.5 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course gives you a basic understanding about OSHA’s role in prevention and elimination of work – related illnesses and injuries. Hand and power tools are a part of our everyday lives and help us to easily perform tasks that otherwise would be difficult or impossible. However, these simple tools can be hazardous, and have the potential for causing severe injuries when used or maintained improperly. Special attention toward hand and power tool safety is necessary in order to reduce or eliminate these hazards. .

    Learning Objectives

    To understand OSHA standards and rules associated with hand and power tools.

    To explore guarding technique or principles that apply to hand and power tools.

    To identify the precautions that are essential for safe use .

    TOPICS COVERED: .

    • Introduction
    • General Requirements
    • Hazards of Hand and Power Tools
    • Types of tools
    • General precautions

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    Este módulo ofrece información general acerca de los tipos de operaciones que causan con más frecuencia los peligros de ser golpeado y de quedar atrapado. También discute los controles de ingeniería que deberían seguirse y lista el equipo de protección personal (EPP) que debería utilizarse para limitar o eliminar lesiones que resulten de los peligros de ser golpeado o quedar atrapado.

    • Reconocer con un 70% de precisión actividades que resultan con más frecuencia en lesiones por ser golpeado y lesiones por quedar atrapado en el sito de trabajo.
    • Identificar y explicar con un 70% de precisión las prácticas y los procedimientos que pueden implementarse para prevenir lesiones por ser golpeado o lesiones por quedar atrapado.
    • Indicar con un 70% de precisión el equipo de protección personal que puede mitigar o prevenir lesiones por ser golpeado o lesiones por quedar atrapado.
    1 $20

    La Norma de Comunicación de Riesgos (HCS) proporciona información a los trabajadores y empleadores sobre los diversos peligros químicos que existen en el lugar de trabajo y qué medidas de protección pueden tomar para prevenir los efectos adversos de dichos peligros.

    El Sistema Armonizado Globalmente de Clasificación y Etiquetado de Sustancias Químicas (GHS) entrará en vigor en 2013 y ofrece un conjunto único y uniforme de etiquetas, hojas de datos de seguridad y los protocolos para materiales peligrosos, independientemente de su lugar de origen.

    Este módulo describe las formas en las que las sustancias químicas pueden ser peligrosas y enumera algunos de los peligros físicos y de salud asociados con trabajar con dichas sustancias químicas. El módulo también abarca varias formas disponibles de información sobre sustancias químicas peligrosas y describe muchas formas mediante las cuales los trabajadores pueden prevenir y protegerse de los peligros asociados con la.

    1 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course is designed for those who want to learn about recognition, avoidance and prevention of unsafe conditions in regulated employments. Topics include definitions, recognition of unsafe conditions, avoidance of unsafe conditions, and prevention of unsafe conditions. This course focuses on the topics covered in OSHA 29 CFR 1926.20 Subpart C.

    Learning Objectives

    • Know the responsibilities of the employer and employee in the workplace

    • Know the types of access you have to your medical records

    • Know the proper way to implement emergency plans

    Topics Covered

    • Introduction to 1926 Subpart C.

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    COURSE COMPLETION:
    Upon successful completion of this course you will be able to print your certificate online.

    1 $20

    There are a variety of risks associated with flagger operations. Understanding the rules are the first step, but completing the assignment as a flagger requires putting this information to use. The format for this flagger safety training is somewhat different, in that we show hazards in the video program, ask students to ‘watch for hazards’ and at the end of theprogram the students must point out the hazards shown in the video. This is an excellent method of gaining attention, motivation and retention of the information.

    0.5 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course has been designed to deliver firsthand information about fires and fire protection measures. After completing this course, you will be able to identify different types of fires and how safety measures can be taken to avoid a disastrous situation. We will also discuss the different types of fire extinguishers in use and discover how careful planning and precautionary measures can be taken to save lives and property.

    This course is intended for the general audience. For more information, please contact your local fire department and consult your fire safety and security maintenance supervisor.

    Learning Objectives

    • Recognize different types of fires and fire extinguishers.

    • Understanding fire related injuries and their immediate remedies.

    • Comprehend fire protection systems of protection and evacuation during fire.

    • Diagnosing evacuation plans and preparing for emergencies.

    Topics Covered

    • Fires.

    • Fire Extinguishers.

    • Safety and Alarm Devices.

    • Rescue and Evacuation.

    • Injuries and First Aid.

    • Ignition Hazards.

    • Temporary Buildings.

    • Open Yard Storage.

    • Indoor Storage.

    • Emergency Planning.

    • Portable Firefighting Equipment.

    • Fixed Firefighting Equipment.

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    This is one of our BEST SELLERS! A fire extinguisher is a simple and effective piece of emergency equipment. This program explains the various classes of fires, different types of fire extinguishers, the key word PASS, and other tips for emergency use of fire extinguishers.

    0.5 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course gives you a basic understanding about OSHA’s role in prevention and elimination of work – related illnesses and injuries. The OSHA standard identifies areas or activities where fall protection is needed. .

    It clarifies what an employer must do to provide fall protection for employees, such as identifying and evaluating fall hazards and providing training. Under the standard, employers are able to select fall protection measures compatible with the type of work being performed. .

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

    Learn about falls in the workplace.

    Identify preventative measures to avoid falls .

    Understand the duty to have fall protection.

    Identify and understand fall protection systems.

    Learn how to develop a fall protection plan.

    Learn how to inspect fall protection equipment.

    Topics Covered

    • Falls.

    • Types of Fall Protection – Active Systems.

    • Types of Fall Protection – Passive Systems.

    • Inspection of Equipment.

    • Fall Protection Safety Systems.

    • Falling Object Protection.

    • Training.

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    Cave – ins are considered the most dangerous trench and excavation hazard. In addition, other potentially fatal hazards also exist in excavations, such as asphyxiation due to lack of oxygen in a confined space, inhalation of toxic fumes, drowning, falls, water accumulation, etc. The OSHA standards intend to protect workers in trenches and excavations. This course gives you a basic understanding of how to work safely in excavations and what important points are required to consider when working in an excavation. .

    Learning Objectives

    Identify factors that pose a hazard to employees working in excavations.

    Learn how to protect employees from cave – ins.

    Understand the role of a competent person at an excavation site .

    Explore other various related issues associated with excavations.

    Topics Covered

    OSHA Standards.

    The Dangers of Excavations.

    Protection of Employees.

    Hazardous Conditions.

    Access and Egress.

    Falls and Equipment.

    Planning.

    Competent Person .

    Summary.

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    La vida de cada ser humano es preciosa. Sin embargo, debido a la negligencia y medidas de seguridad inadecuadas, miles de trabajadores mueren cada año en la industria de la construcción. Para minimizar o eliminar heridos y muertes, OSHA requiere que los empleadores protejan a sus empleados de los peligros del lugar de trabajo mediante controles de prácticas de trabajo o ingeniería adecuados y efectivos. Cuando estos controles no son posibles, se requiere el uso de equipo de protección personal (EPP).

    Es responsabilidad del empleador evaluar los peligros en el lugar de trabajo. Si hay peligros presentes o puede haber peligros presentes y los controles de prácticas de trabajo no resultan suficientes, el empleador debe ofrecer EPP a los empleados expuestos. Este módulo proporciona un conocimiento básico del papel de OSHA en la prevención y eliminación de accidentes graves y muertes relacionadas con el trabajo.

    1 $20

    Even a short fall can cause serious injury or even death. This training course is a great addition to any safety program. The course covers body harnesses, shock absorbing lanyards, swing effect, rope grabs, retractable lanyards, and more.

    0.5 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course gives you a basic understanding about OSHA’s role in prevention and elimination of work – related illnesses and injuries. Hand and power tools are a part of our everyday lives and help us to easily perform tasks that otherwise would be difficult or impossible. However, these simple tools can be hazardous, and have the potential for causing severe injuries when used or maintained improperly. Special attention toward hand and power tool safety is necessary in order to reduce or eliminate these hazards. .

    Learning Objectives

    To understand OSHA standards and rules associated with hand and power tools.

    To explore guarding technique or principles that apply to hand and power tools.

    To identify the precautions that are essential for safe use .

    Topics Covered

    • Introduction
    • General Requirements
    • Hazards of Hand and Power Tools
    • Types of tools
    • General precautions

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    Category:
    Construction – Spanish version.

    Course Description

    This course provides an overview of the OSHA standard for General Safety and Health Provisions (OSHA 29 CFR 1926 Subpt C). Topics covered in this course include safety training and education, first aid, fire protection, as well as employee emergency action plans. .

    Learning Objectives

    • Know the responsibilities of the employer and employee in the workplace
    • Know the types of access you have to your medical records
    • Know the proper way to implement emergency plans

    Topics Covered

    • Contractor Requirements and Accident Prevention Responsibilities.

    • Safety Training and Educatio.

    • First aid and medical attentio.

    • Fire Prevention and Prevention.

    • Housekeepin.

    • Illumination.

    • Personal Protective Equipment.

    • Employee Medical and Exposure Records.

    • Means of Egress.

    • Employee Emergency Action Plans.

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course has been designed to deliver firsthand information about fires and fire protection measures. After completing this course, you will be able to identify different types of fires and how safety measures can be taken to avoid a disastrous situation. We will also discuss the different types of fire extinguishers in use and discover how careful planning and precautionary measures can be taken to save lives and property.

    This course is intended for the general audience. For more information, please contact your local fire department and consult your fire safety and security maintenance supervisor.

    Learning Objectives

    • Recognize different types of fires and fire extinguishers.

    • Understanding fire related injuries and their immediate remedies.

    • Comprehend fire protection systems of protection and evacuation during fire.

    • Diagnosing evacuation plans and preparing for emergencies.

    Topics Covered

    • Fires.

    • Fire Extinguishers.

    • Safety and Alarm Devices.

    • Rescue and Evacuation.

    • Injuries and First Aid.

    • Ignition Hazards.

    • Temporary Buildings.

    • Open Yard Storage.

    • Indoor Storage.

    • Emergency Planning.

    • Portable Firefighting Equipment.

    • Fixed Firefighting Equipment.

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course gives you a basic understanding about OSHA’s role in prevention and elimination of work – related illnesses and injuries. The OSHA standard identifies areas or activities where fall protection is needed. .

    It clarifies what an employer must do to provide fall protection for employees, such as identifying and evaluating fall hazards and providing training. Under the standard, employers are able to select fall protection measures compatible with the type of work being performed. .

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

    Learn about falls in the workplace.

    Identify preventative measures to avoid falls .

    Understand the duty to have fall protection.

    Identify and understand fall protection systems.

    Learn how to develop a fall protection plan.

    Learn how to inspect fall protection equipment.

    Topics Covered

    • Falls.

    • Types of Fall Protection – Active Systems.

    • Types of Fall Protection – Passive Systems.

    • Inspection of Equipment.

    • Fall Protection Safety Systems.

    • Falling Object Protection.

    • Training.

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    Cave – ins are considered the most dangerous trench and excavation hazard. In addition, other potentially fatal hazards also exist in excavations, such as asphyxiation due to lack of oxygen in a confined space, inhalation of toxic fumes, drowning, falls, water accumulation, etc. The OSHA standards intend to protect workers in trenches and excavations. This course gives you a basic understanding of how to work safely in excavations and what important points are required to consider when working in an excavation. .

    Learning Objectives

    Identify factors that pose a hazard to employees working in excavations.

    Learn how to protect employees from cave – ins.

    Understand the role of a competent person at an excavation site .

    Explore other various related issues associated with excavations.

    Topics Covered

    OSHA Standards.

    The Dangers of Excavations.

    Protection of Employees.

    Hazardous Conditions.

    Access and Egress.

    Falls and Equipment.

    Planning.

    Competent Person .

    Summary.

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    Course Title:

    OSHA 29 CFR 1910 Sbpt S – Electrical

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course provides an overview of basic electrical safety for individuals with little or limited training or familiarity with electrical hazards and is designed for any worker who may use extension cords, electric tools, etc. This course covers the topics included in OSHA 29 CFR 1910.301 – 399 Subpart S.

    Learning Objectives

    • Establish the conditions covered by OSHA’s 1910 Subpart S Design Safety Standards.

    • Outline the general requirements for electrical safety standards.

    • Understand the proper use and identification of circuits and conductors.

    • Define the standards for electrical grounding and protection.

    • Establish the general requirements for wiring methods and equipment.

    • Establish the guidelines and requirements for special purpose equipment.

    Topics Covered

    • Lesson 1 Introduction to Electrical Safety.

    • Lesson 2 Wiring Design and Protectio.

    • Lesson 3 Wiring Methods, Components, and Equipment.

    • Lesson 4 Specific Purpose Equipment.

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course is intended for workers who want to learn more about cranes, derricks, hoists, elevators, and/or conveyors. Topics include cranes & derricks, helicopters, base – mounted drum hoists, overhead hoists, conveyors, and aerial lifts, This course covers the topics included in OSHA 29 CFR 1926.55 Subpart N.

    Learning Objectives

    • Introduce the OSHA regulations which provide the information for this cranes and riggings
    • Become familiar with the different types of cranes and hoists
    • Cover the procedures for proper inspection and maintenance
    • Establish the guidelines for proper equipment testing and load rating capacities
    • Outline the proper procedures for crane operators and co – workers
    • Outline regulations for load handling and handling equipment

    Topics Covered

    • Definition of Competent Person.

    • Operators.

    • Hazards Associated with Crane Operations.

    • Accidents.

    • Types of Cranes.

    • Load.

    • Guarding.

    • Sheaves.

    • Inspection

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course is designed for construction workers who want to learn about precautions and dangers that come from concrete and masonry projects. Topics include general requirements, cast – in – place concrete, and masonry construction. This course covers the topics included in OSHA 29 CFR 1926.7 Subpart Q.

    Learning Objectives

    • To understand post – tensioning operations requirements .

    • To identify the requirements relating to working under loads.

    • To understand the requirements concerned with Personal Protective Equipment.

    • To identify and understand the lockout/tagout Procedures requirements.

    • To understand the requirements relating to pre – cast concrete.

    • To understand CFR 1926.706 masonry construction.

    Topics Covered

    • General Requirements.

    • Post – Tensioning Operations.

    • Concrete Bucket.

    • Personal Protective Equipment.

    • Bulk Cement Storage.

    • Concrete Pumping System.

    • Power Concrete Trowels.

    • Bull Floats.

    • Lockout/Tagout Procedures.

    • Cast – in – Place Concrete.

    • Tiered Single Post Shores.

    • Vertical Slip Forms.

    • Reinforcing Steel.

    • Removal of Form Work.

    • Pre – case Concrete.

    • Lift – slab Operations.

    • Limited Access Zone.

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    Course Description

    This course presents material on the safe operation of powered industrial trucks, also known as fork trucks, lift trucks or forklifts. Among material handling equipment, none are as common as the forklift.

    Course Learning Objectives:

    Lesson 1: Types of Forklifts
    Lesson 2: Forklift Regulations
    Lesson 3: Inspections and Records
    Lesson 4: Anatomy
    Lesson 5: Operator’s Manual and Warning Label
    Lesson 6: Battery Hazards & Care
    Lesson 7: Forklift Chassis
    Lesson 8: Mast & Forks
    Lesson 9: Operator’s Compartment
    Lesson 10: Stability of a Forklift
    Lesson 11: Center of Gravity
    Lesson 12: Stability Triangle
    Lesson 13: Stability Pyramid
    Lesson 14: Static & Dynamic Conditions
    Lesson 15: Struck by Forklift
    Lesson 16: Hit by Falling Load
    Lesson 17: Tipover
    Lesson 18: Elevating Personnel
    Lesson 19: Ran Off Dock
    Lesson 20: Maintenance Related Accidents
    Lesson 21: Know Your Forklift
    Lesson 22: Know Your Workplace
    Lesson 23: Parking the Forklift
    Lesson 24: Operating the Forklift
    Lesson 25: Working Around Pedestrians
    Lesson 26: Safeload Handling
    Lesson 27: Traveling with the Load
    Lesson 28: Elevating Personnel
    Lesson 29: Loading & Unloading Trailers.

    Conclusion.

    Final Exam – 60 Questions @ 70%.

    1.5 $49

    Este módulo le proporciona un conocimiento básico del papel de OSHA en la prevención y eliminación de enfermedades y lesiones relacionadas con trabajos eléctricos. El módulo hace hincapié en la identificación, prevención, control de peligros y las normas.

    La electricidad es muy poderosa y puede ser muy peligrosa. En este módulo se describen los seis tipos principales de lesiones potencialmente fatales relacionadas con la electricidad. También se describen algunos de los muchos peligros en relación con la electricidad que pueden surgir y cómo controlarlos.

    Usted aprenderá cómo funciona y cómo viaja la electricidad, seguridad relacionada con cables y alambres eléctricos, uso seguro de herramientas eléctricas, métodos seguros para realizar el trabajo, cómo usar el equipo de protección personal y la importancia de la capacitación en seguridad en relación con la electricidad.

    La Subparte K – eléctrica de OSHA de 1926 tiene que ver con la operación segura de la electricid.

    1 $20

    Las escaleras fijas y portátiles son la mayor fuente de lesiones y muertes en el lugar de trabajo de los trabajadores de la construcción. Según las estadísticas de OSHA, ocurren 24,882 lesiones y 36 muertes por año debido a caídas de escaleras fijas y portátiles utilizadas para la construcción en diversas industrias. Casi la mitad de estas lesiones son de naturaleza grave y puede resultar en pérdida de tiempo del trabajo.
    Este módulo le proporciona un conocimiento básico de las normas de OSHA y el papel que desempeñan en la prevención y eliminación de accidentes y muertes laborales debido a escaleras fijas y portátiles en el lugar de trabajo.

    • Definir los requerimientos de seguridad y normas de OSHA para el uso de escaleras fijas y portátiles en el lugar de trabajo, con un 70% de precisión.
    • Explicar cómo diseñar, construir, usar, inspeccionar y mantener las escaleras fijas y portátiles para su uso en el lugar de trabajo, con un 70% de precisión.
    1 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course provides a general overview of the safety measures that are required when working on a scaffold. The course begins with an introduction into the various types of scaffolds, and goes onto to outline the OSHA safety requirements and safety measure that can be taken to ensure that employees working on scaffolds are at little risk of injury or death.

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

    Identify the various classifications of scaffolds.

    Understand the basic OSHA safety requirements.

    Learn the measures that can be taken to ensure safe working conditions on a scaffold.

    Topics Covered

    What is a Scaffold?.

    Types of Scaffolds.

    Suspension Scaffolds.

    Supported Scaffolds.

    Introduction.

    How Do You Minimize Risks?.

    Guardrails.

    Personal Fall Arrest Systems.

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    This is an excellent training program for new or experienced personnel who are exposed to general hazards. This training demonstrates proper clothing, footwear, electrical safety, safe lifting, and personal protection.

    0.5 $20

    This video is designed for anyone operating a vehicle on the road. The training emphasizesthe need for wearing seat belts, driving defensively, rules of the road, and general safety awareness when operating a motor vehicle.

    0.5 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    The primary concern of process safety management (PSM) of highly hazardous chemicals is to protect exposed employees from unwanted releases of hazardous chemicals. This course gives you a basic understanding of OSHA standards regarding process safety management (PSM) of highly hazardous chemicals. .

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

    Understand OSHA standards related to process safety management (PSM).

    Find out the role of employers and employees .

    Learn about contractors.

    Study training, emergency planning, mechanical integrity, and other essential factors associated with process safety management (PSM).

    Topics Covered

    OSHA standards.

    About the Process.

    About Procedures.

    Training.

    Contractors.

    Mechanical integrity.

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    It is the employers’ responsibility to assess the workplace hazards, and if they are present or are likely to be present, and work practice controls alone are not sufficient, then the employer must provide personal protective equipment to the exposed employees. This course gives you a basic understanding about OSHA’s role in prevention and elimination of work – related casualties and fatalities, which can be protected through proper personal protective equipment (PPE).

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

    Find out engineering and work practice controls to eliminate or reduce hazards before using PPE.

    Understand OSHA requirements related to personal protective equipment (PPE).

    Learn how to protect employees from workplace hazards.

    Explore various types of personal protective equipment (PPE).

    Study training and other essential factors associated with personal protective equipment (PPE).

    Topics Covered

    • Control.

    • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Program.

    • Training.

    • Head Protection.

    • Eye Protection.

    • Face Protectio.

    • Hearing Protection.

    • Foot Protection.

    • Hand Protection.

    • Body Protection.

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    Este módulo está destinado a empleados de la industria de la construcción que se encuentran expuestos a peligros de salud y productos químicos en el curso de su trabajo. Los temas incluyen sílica, asbesto, MDA y plomo, y los tantos riesgos de salud creados por la exposición a estos materiales. Este módulo también cubre la administración de registros, vigilancia médica, y ropa y equipos de protección. Este módulo se enfoca en los temas cubiertos en OSHA 29 CRF 1926 Subsección D.
    Este módulo está pensado para el público en general. Para consultar información más especializada, contáctese con su departamento de bomberos local y consulte con su supervisor de mantenimiento de seguridad e incendios.

    • Identificar los materiales peligrosos tales como sílica, asbesto, metilendianilina, cromo hexavalente y plomo y dónde se encuentran comúnmente en el lugar de trabajo, con un 70% de precisión.
    • Explicar los métodos comunes de exposición a materiales peligrosos, con un 70% de precisión.
    • Indicar los requisitos para el uso de materiales peligrosos, incluidas responsabilidades del empleador, capacitación, equipo de protección personal (EPP), límites permisibles de exposición (PELs), límites de exposición a corto plazo (STELs), almacenamiento y disposición, con un 70% de precisión.
    1 $20

    This course provides an overview of construction – related struck by and caught in between hazards, Fall protection and Electrical Safety. Struck – by and caught in between hazards, electrical hazards, and falls are the Top 4 fatality causing events in the construction industry. This program is designed to educate workers in the construction industry to these specific hazards so they can prepare for them, avoid them, and ultimately help eliminate them from the job site..

    Module 1: Struck By and Caught – in – Between:
    This module provides an overview of construction – related struck by and caught in between hazards. It identifies the types of operations that most often cause these hazards, such as the struck by hazards of falling objects, trucks, cranes, trench hazards and caught in between hazards involving certain types of equipment. Additionally, this module discusses the engineering controls that should be followed and lists the personal protective equipment that should be used to limit or eliminate struck by and caught in between injuries.

    Module 2: Fall Protection:
    This module gives you a basic understanding about OSHA’s role in prevention and elimination of work – related illnesses and injuries. The OSHA standard (1926 Subpart M) identifies areas or activities where fall protection is needed.
    The module clarifies what an employer must do to provide fall protection for employees, such as identifying and evaluating fall hazards and providing training. Under the standard, employers are able to select fall protection measures compatible with the type of work being performed.
    OSHA places its rules for fall protection in several different subparts in the construction standards, depending primarily on the nature of the work. The standard covers most construction workers, except those inspecting, investigating, or assessing workplace conditions prior to the actual start of work or after all work has been completed.

    Module 3: Electrical Safety:

    This module provides you with a basic understanding of OSHA’s role in the prevention and elimination of work – related illnesses and injuries. This module emphasizes hazard identification, avoidance, control, and standards.
    OSHA’s1926 Subpart K-Electrical is all about the safe operation of electricity. Electricity is accepted as a source of power without much thought given to the hazards encountered. Some employees work with electricity directly during construction. This is the case with engineers, electronic technicians, and power line workers. Others, such as office workers and salespeople, work with electricity indirectly.

    .

    Learning Objectives

    • Identify the activities that most often cause stuck by and caught in between injuries.
    • Discuss the engineering controls and work practices that will reduce struck by and caught in between injuries.
    • Describe the types of PPE that decrease struck by and caught in between injuries.
    • Discuss falls in the workplace.
    • Identify preventative measures to avoid falls.
    • Discuss the duty to have fall protection.
    • Identify and describe fall protection systems.
    • Develop a fall protection plan.
    • Inspect fall protection equipment.
    • Examine electricity.
    • Identify and discuss electrical hazards.
    • Describe how electricity works.
    • Identify electrical injuries.
    • Describe how to control electrical hazards.
    • Discuss grounding.
    • State the requirements for power tools.
    • Describe the process of locking out and tagging out circuits.
    • Discuss safety – related work practices.
    • Discuss electrical training.

    Assessment Information:

    Lesson Quizzes of 5 questions each @ pass rate 80%
    Module Quizzes of 10 questions each @ pass rate 80%
    Final Exam of 30 questions @ pass rate 70%.

    4 $45

    We have bundled the OSHA 10 and 30 hour Construction Safety courses for your convenience. The 10 Hour Construction Industry training program is intended to provide an entry level construction worker’s general awareness on recognizing and preventing hazards on a construction site. The 30 Hour Construction Industry Outreach program is a comprehensive safety program designed for anyone involved in the construction industry. Construction workers must receive additional training, when required by OSHA standards, on specific hazards of the job.

    40 $199

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course is designed for people working in the construction industry who are exposed to health hazards and chemicals during the course of their work. Topics include definitions, hazard communication standard, asbestos standards, MDA, lead, worker protection programs, process safety management of highly hazardous chemicals, and cadmium. This course focuses on the topics covered in OSHA 29 CFR 1926 Subpart D.

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

    • What is OSHA hazard communication standard?.

    • What are the benefits of Hazard communication standard?.

    • What is the asbestos standard for construction?.

    • What is the permissible exposure limit?.

    • How to perform exposure monitoring?
      .

    Topics Covered

    Introduction.

    What Are Hazardous Substances?.

    Exposure to Hazardous Substances.

    Container Labeling.

    Material Safety Data Sheet – MSDS .

    Asbestos.

    MDA – Methylenedianiline.

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course attempts to discuss the two most common types of welding and cutting (gas and arc), the danger that are involved in working with them and the safety measure that can be undertaken to minimize and prevent the occurrence of their associated hazards. The course goes on to study fire prevention techniques and the danger of preservative coatings when welding or cutting.

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

    • Be able to differentiate between the standards for gas and arc welding and cutting
    • Know the various fire prevention methods
    • Understand the need and methods of ventilation
    • Know the dangers of preservative coating and how to minimize them

    Topics Covered

    Transporting, Moving and Storing Compressed Gas Cylinders.

    Placing Cylinders.

    Treatment of Cylinders.

    Use of Fuel Gas.

    Fuel Gas and Oxygen Manifolds.

    Hose.

    Torches.

    Regulators and Gauges.

    • Oil and Grease Hazards
    • Arc Welding and Cutting
    • Welding Cables and Connectors
    • Fire Prevention
    • Ventilation and Protection
    • Inert – Gas Metal – Arc Welding
    • Welding, Cutting and Heating Preservative Coatings

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    This course meets the training requirements for the individuals assigned to the job of trenching and shoring. This training explains the safety rules, requirements, procedures, and emergency procedures.

    0.5 $20

    This cousre covers general awareness and basic safety for persons who must test and monitor for hazardous gases in areas such as trenching operations, confined space entry, and others.

    0.5 $20

    The training of supervisors is critically important and does help reduce injury rates and costs. Understanding their responsibility, legal liabilities, and potential exposures improves supervisor’s safety performance on the job.

    0.5 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course gives you a basic understanding of OSHA standards and its role in the prevention and elimination of work – related injuries and fatalities due to stairways and ladders at workplaces.

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

    • Understand OSHA standards related to stairways and ladders

    • Find out methods of protection from stairways and ladder hazards

    • Explore safety guidelines and requirements of stairways and ladders used at construction sites

    • Study and training and other essential factors associated with stairways and ladders

    Topics Covered

    OSHA Standards.

    Stairways .

    Stairrails and Handrails.

    About Ladders .

    Training .

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course gives you a basic understanding of OSHA standards and its role in the prevention and elimination of work – related injuries and fatalities due to stairways and ladders at workplaces.

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

    • Understand OSHA standards related to stairways and ladders

    • Find out methods of protection from stairways and ladder hazards

    • Explore safety guidelines and requirements of stairways and ladders used at construction sites

    • Study and training and other essential factors associated with stairways and ladders

    Topics Covered

    OSHA Standards.

    Stairways .

    Stairrails and Handrails.

    About Ladders .

    Training .

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description

    This course attempts to provide a general overview of the safety measures that are required when working on a scaffold. The course begins with an introduction into the various types of scaffolds, and goes onto to outline the OSHA safety requirements and safety measure that can be taken to ensure that employees working on scaffolds are at little risk of injury or death.

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

    Identify the various classifications of scaffolds.

    Understand the basic OSHA safety requirements.

    Learn the measures that can be taken to ensure safe working conditions on a scaffold.

    Topics Covered

    What is a Scaffold?.

    Types of Scaffolds.

    Suspension Scaffolds.

    Supported Scaffolds.

    Introduction.

    How Do You Minimize Risks?.

    Guardrails.

    Personal Fall Arrest Systems.

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hour.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    Category:
    Construction.

    Course Description:
    This course gives a basic overview of OSHA, OSH Act, and OSHA’s role in prevention and elimination of work – related illnesses and injuries. It includes information about employer and employee rights and responsibilities, and a very brief look at the inspection process, reporting and recordkeeping. This course will prove beneficial for those who are directly or indirectly involved with OSHA and OSH Act. .

    Learning Objectives

    Understand what OSHA is.

    Describe the Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Act .

    Explain how the General Duty Clause affects employers .

    Identify the different types of OSHA violations .

    Explain how OSHA conducts inspections .

    Understand OSHA’s requirements .

    Understand employers’ and workers’ rights .

    Topics Covered

    • Introduction.

    • OSHA Standards.

    • Recordkeepin.

    • Inspections.

    • Employers’ and Workers’ Rights and Responsibilities.

    • Summary.

    REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
    Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

    SEAT TIME:
    This course has been approved for 1 hours.

    COURSE PRE – REQUISITE:
    N/A.

    TESTING:
    Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 70% to proceed forward to the next lesson.
    Final Exam – Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

    1 $20

    Occupational health and safety training is a priority for you and your construction business.

    Avoiding costly lawsuits from injuries and keeping your crew safe is paramount to any successful construction business. OSHA construction safety training courses offer to do just that, keeping you and your staff up-to-speed on the latest safety protocols and procedures to keep your team safe from harm.

    Our construction safety training library offers a large selection of online safety training courses for construction workers, contractors, miners, operating engineers and other construction equipment operators. All construction safety training courses come with a printable certificate upon successful completion.

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