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The 30-hour Construction Safety and Health Program is intended to provide workers with some safety responsibility a greater depth and variety of training on an expanded list of topics associated with workplace hazards in general industry. The Program provides training for workers and employers on the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards in their workplaces. The program also provides information regarding workers' rights, employer responsibilities, and how to file a complaint.
Once you complete and pay for this training, you will receive an ACSP 30-hour Construction Safety and Health wallet card. If you are required to have an OSHA Outreach card associated with the Department of Labor (DOL), please visit the US Dept of Labor's website.
EM 385-1-1 is the manual released by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) that outlines health and safety standards you must follow when working on military projects.
The manual also states that if you are a Site Safety Health Officers (SSHO), you must complete 8 hours of safety and health coursework each year. Our 8-Hour EM 385-1-1 Training satisfies this requirement.
The course refreshes you on the core safety concepts you need to understand from the EM 385-1-1 manual. You’ll learn valuable safety tips and best practices that will help you keep your construction site safe while reducing injuries and accidents.
This course was designed for Site Safety Health Officers (SSHOs) who need their annual training or anyone else who needs a refresher on the essential elements of the EM 385 manual.
Fall protection competent person training can equip you to be a safety leader on your job site. The Association of Construction Safety Professionals (ACSP) offers a fall protection safety course that will give you the basic training you need to work safely from heights. Here are some fall protection safety course topics covered in our program:
Through this training, you will familiarize yourself with the ins and outs of fall protection. Understand your job site’s fall protection plan. Use the information you’ll learn in this course to discover and fix areas of the worksite that present a falling risk.
The 16 Hour Confined Space Entry & Rescue – Train-The-Trainer classroom course will be on June 7th-11th, 2021. This intense five-day course will feature tons of practical rescue scenarios, including using a 48-foot trailer with 27 different simulated rescue scenarios (both entry and non-entry). The first day of class will be a review of the standard, but the following three and a half days will be all rescue with a final exam on the last day of class. This is going to be highly hands-on, so be ready to break a sweat.
Available in English or Spanish, this course has been designed using extensive research and testing to improve mastery and retention over the long-term. This comprehensive course is taught in a dynamic, hands-on way with industry-leading curriculum and content from the expert in occupational first aid training. Whether you choose classroom or online, these courses provide the vital knowledge needed to respond to a medical emergency effectively and efficiently.
Participants will learn to:
Our scaffolding training courses are designed for specific personnel. They’re for those who need to be trained as a competent person in scaffolding. We’ll discuss what’s covered and give you a summary of OSHA scaffolding training requirements.
Our scaffold training courses cover all 25 different types of scaffolds. These appear in OSHA regulations and must be understood thoroughly for compliance. The instruction includes discussion of specific scaffolding systems, assembly, and proper usage. Hands-on exercises are practiced. It is a deep dive into the scaffolding training manual.
It goes beyond basic awareness. Employees learn their responsibilities when it comes to their own safety and the safety of others. Competent persons will learn to recognize hazards, as well as anticipate and correct unsafe conditions.
The course is particularly designed for your company’s designated competent persons. These employees may work in construction, maintenance, and supervision departments. When they complete the course, these persons should be the most knowledgeable scaffolding safety person on site.
These OSHA scaffold training requirements are outlined in OSHA 29 CFR 1926.451. We’ll briefly mention some of the scaffold training requirements here, but please refer to the OSHA rules and regulations for a comprehensive list.
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