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 About 29 CFR 1926  - 10 Hour for Construction

Safety Training

 

 


THE LEADER THE REST WILL FOLLOW!

Objectives

1. Demonstrate Knowledge of OSHA Construction Safety and Health Requirements (or know how and where to research them);

2. Define fundamental construction safety terms;

3. Identify the most serious hazards associated with the construction environment;

4. Undertake feasible and practical methods of hazard abatement.

5. focuses on hands on approach and PowerPoint by Microsoft.


Table Of Contents

1

Introduction to OSHA Standards

2

Subpart M: Fall Protection

3

Subpart K: Electrical

4 Struck By
5 Caught in Caught Between

6

Subpart E: Personal Protective Equipment and Life Saving Equipment

7

 Subpart D: Occupational Health & Environmental

8

Subpart N: Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Elevators & Conveyors

9

 Subpart I: Hand and Power Tools  

10

Subpart X Stairways and Ladders

11

Subpart L Scaffolds

12

Subpart P: Excavations and Trenches (Option)

13

Subpart H: Materials Handling

To be determined may be substituted for second half of training for others subparts.

 

THE END

Some Subparts may be Customized For Each Group some sections that are not applicable may be substituted.  1,2,3,6 are training center mandatory.

 


 




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