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30-Hours Construction Safety & Health

OSHAS 30 Hours Construction Safety and Health course is designed to provide comprehensive training on safety and health principles in the construction industry. It covers essential topics to ensure that participants are well-equipped with the knowledge and skills needed to maintain a safe work environment on construction sites.

  1. Introduction to OSHA:

    • Overview of OSHA standards and regulations.
    • Understanding the role of OSHA in ensuring workplace safety.
  2. Focus Four Hazards:

    • In-depth exploration of the four primary construction hazards: falls, electrocution, struck-by, and caught-in or between.
  3. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):

    • Proper selection and use of PPE in construction.
    • Importance of PPE in preventing injuries and fatalities.
  4. Health Hazards in Construction:

    • Recognition and control of health hazards such as silica and asbestos.
    • Strategies for protecting workers from exposure.
  5. Stairways and Ladders Safety:

    • Safe use of stairways and ladders in construction.
    • Prevention of falls related to stairways and ladders.
  6. Electrical Safety:

    • Identification of electrical hazards on construction sites.
    • Safe work practices and precautions related to electricity.
  7. Materials Handling, Storage, Use, and Disposal:

    • Safe handling and storage of materials on construction sites.
    • Proper disposal practices to prevent environmental impact.
  8. Excavation and Trenching Safety:

    • Understanding the risks associated with excavation and trenching.
    • Implementation of protective measures and shoring techniques.
  9. Tools – Hand and Power:

    • Safe use of hand and power tools in construction.
    • Inspection and maintenance of tools for optimal performance.
  10. Scaffolds Safety:

    • Types of scaffolds and their proper construction.
    • Inspection and use of scaffolds in compliance with OSHA standards.

This course is suitable for construction site managers, supervisors, safety professionals, and any personnel involved in construction activities who seek a comprehensive understanding of safety and health principles.

  • Enhanced awareness of construction-related safety and health issues.
  • Improved ability to identify and mitigate construction hazards.
  • Compliance with OSHA regulations, reducing the risk of accidents and fines.
  • Increased safety culture and overall well-being of workers on construction sites.

The course may conclude with a comprehensive exam covering the topics discussed throughout the 30 hours. The exam format could include multiple-choice questions, case studies, and practical assessments to evaluate participants' understanding and application of safety principles in a construction setting. Specific exam details may vary based on the training provider.