Free download: 10 vs. 30 Hour OSHA Construction Training
Confined Spaces in Construction
Background: categories of confined spaces; welding, cutting, and heating in confined spaces; ventilation, control factors, combination hazards, hazardous atmospheres, physical hazards, retrieval systems, communications, rescue, respirators, and testing.
OSH Act and History
OSHA’s purpose, origin of standards, coverage, duties, advisory committees, inspections, investigations, recordkeeping, citations, enforcement, 1926 subparts, and statistics.
OSHA Inspections, Citations, Multi Employer Worksites, and Focused Inspections
What to expect during and after an OSHA inspection, types of violations, consultation assistance, and the OSHA emergency hotline.
Subpart C Safety and Health Provisions
Contractor requirements, accident prevention, machinery and tools, training and experience, education, fire protection, housekeeping, illumination, sanitation, PPE, access to medical records, emergency plans, safety program elements, management commitment and leadership, and worksite analysis.
Subpart D Occupational Health and Environmental Controls
Medical services; sanitation; noise exposure; ionizing and non-ionizing radiation; gases, vapors, fumes, dusts, and mists; illumination; ventilation; hazard communication; written program; labeling; MSDS; and training.
Subpart F Fire Protection and Ladders Prevention
Flash point, flammable limits, types of fires and fire extinguishers, PASS method, flammable and combustible liquids, and dispensing flammable liquids.
Subpart J Welding
Hazard statistics, health hazards, protective clothing and equipment, torches, arc welding, fire prevention, ventilation, and the proper use and care of gas cylinders
Subpart K Electrical
Requirements, hazards, wiring design and protection, grounding, hazardous locations, and safety related work practices.
Subpart L: Scaffolds
Scaffold platform construction, types of scaffolding, hazards, capacity, access, use, fall protection, aerial lifts, training, and inspection.
Subpart M: Fall Protection
Fall protection systems, leading edge work, hoist areas, holes and skylights, ramps, runways, walkways, excavations, dangerous equipment, overhand bricklaying, roofs, safety monitoring system, anchorage, lifelines, deceleration devices, warning devices, safety monitors, and fall protection plans.
Subpart N: Cranes
Major causes of crane accidents, who is at risk, parts of a crane, types of cranes, pre-use planning, load capacity, hand signals, suspended loads, supporting surface, rigging equipment slings, and inspections.
Subpart P: Excavations
Hazards, protection of employees, design of protective systems, inadequate protective systems, shoring, trench shields, hydraulic trench supports, materials and equipment, protection from vehicles, hazardous conditions, access and egress, inspections, and soil classification.
Subpart Q Concrete and Masonry Construction
Background, post-tensioning operations, general requirements, working under loads, bulk cement storage, concrete pumping systems, power concrete trowels, bull floats, lockout/tagout, shoring and re-shoring, vertical slip forms, lift slab operations, and limited access zones.
Subpart T Demolition
Preparatory operations, hazards, stairs, passageways, chutes, removal of walls, masonry sections and chimneys, floors, storage, and blasting explosives.
Subpart X Stairways and Ladders
Hazards, stairways, handrails, stair rails, stairs, temporary stairways, platforms and swing doors, ladders, and proper ladder use.
For questions or information about how to schedule an onsite 10 or 30 hour construction class, please contact us at 888-403-6026. Also note that per OSHA, one session must have at least 3 students.