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Safety Orientation in Construction Environments Online Training Course

Course Overview

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Safety Orientation Training in Construction Envrionments is an online training course that was specifically created to address OSHA’s guidelines for general safety. Topics covered include safety through awareness, OSHA-approved PPE, minimizing hazards, material safety data sheets, handling an emergency.

Learning Objectives

After successful completion of this OSHA compliant course, the student will be able to:

  • Mentally prepare and stay alert in order to avert accidents.
  • Look for ways to use prevention whenever possible.
  • Use OSHA-approved PPE for the correct jobs.
  • Follow safe work practices for an environment up to OSHA standards.
  • Prepare fully for the event of an emergency.
  • Cooperate with coworkers to develop a safer environment.

Course Outline

  • Introduction
    • The importance of keeping “Safety First” even in the busiest of times in an office.
    • Mentally preparing to work safely by concentrating on your task at hand and eliminating distractions.
    • Eliminating “trouble-spots” that can produce hazards.
  • Staying Safe
    • Knowing your company’s drug and alcohol policy, and never letting medication or substance abuse affect your work.
    • Accident prevention through awareness of your environment.
    • Using housekeeping as a way of preventing potential hazards.
    • Employing proper lifting techniques.
    • How to use a Material Safety Data Sheet.
    • Cleaning up chemical spills according to OSHA standards. 
    • What to do in the event of an emergency.
  • Proper PPE
    • Using shoes that are designed correctly for the work environment.
    • Proper eye protection when there is the possibility of an eye injury.
    • How gloves can reduce accidents with certain tools and materials.
    • The use of earplugs, ear muffs, and other protective devices for Hearing Protection.
    • Respiratory Protection according to OSHA Assigned Protection Factors.
    • Appropriate additional Protective clothing like aprons and full body suits and when to use them.
  • Tools and Machines
    • Choosing the right tool for the right job to minimize injuries.
    • How to properly use power tools and work with electrical equipment.
    • Working with large machinery like forklifts.

This program is available in alternate formats: