Falls, Electric, Struck-by, and Caught-In/Between Hazards are covered in this OSHA refresher course.
Construction sites can be a virtual maze of slip, trip and fall hazards. This course contains the valuable information employees need to prevent slips, trips and falls in construction environments. Most employees don’t give much thought to the prospect of slipping, tripping or even falling on the job. Yet these types of accidents account for more workplace injuries annually than any other accident category because there is so much material, so many tools and pieces of equipment, and so much in the way of partially completed work. This course covers issues like stability, balance, walking surfaces, footwear, and so much more.
The first in the latest two-part series, employees are taught to protect themselves from electrical hazards. Your employees need to know what hazards to watch out for and how they can protect themselves. Microlearning topics covered in this course include: electrical hazards and electrocution, major types of electrocution hazards, power lines and GFCI’s, power tools and extension courses, lock-out/tag out.
The second in the latest two-part series, employees are taught to protect themselves from electrical hazards. Use this microlearning course to discuss the major types of electrocution hazards and how your employees can protect themselves from electrical hazards and electrocution in construction environments, as well as employers’ responsibilities in these areas. Topics covered: electrical hazards and electrocution, power lines and isolation, tools and equipment, lock-out/tag-out, and employee training.
Struck-by accidents occur when a person is hit by a moving object on the construction site. Use this course so employees learn to recognize the struck-by hazards associated with construction tasks. Your employees will learn the steps to avoid injuries before accidents happen. Microlearning topics covered: what struck-by hazards are, personal protective equipment, traffic safety, heavy equipment, hand and power tools, masonry walls, overhead work and building materials, and more.
Hazards in construction environments need your attention, and this life-saving course has that information. Learn the information employees need to recognize the caught-in/between hazards that are associated with construction tasks and how to avoid them before accidents happen. Microlearning video topics covered: what caught-in/between hazards are, the three major types of caught-in/between hazards, trenching, scaffolding and demolition, vehicles and heavy equipment, powered tools and machinery.
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