CONSTRUCTION SAFETY TRAINING
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Construction Safety Training
Updated 2016! Incorporate this construction training to involve employees in the process of understanding the proper use of personal protective equipment and to help your organization fulfill OSHA's Personal Protective Equipment Standards (29 CFR,1910. 132,133,134,135,136,137,138) training requirements.
Discuss the various types of substance abuse that are found in the workplace, how they can affect an employee's work situation and what employees themselves can do to help keep their workplace drug and alcohol free.
The various forms of substance abuse that are typically found in the construction workplace are covered. This program also explains how managers and supervisors can detect substance abuse problems, and what they should and shouldn't do should they discover a worker with a substance abuse problem.
Show employees the situations that can lead to slips, trips & falls in a construction environment, and what they can do to avoid or prevent these accidents.
Working in construction environments doesn't have to be a slippery slope. Each year hundreds of workers are killed in preventable on-the-job incidents. This safety training explores how to prevent slips and falls detailing unique hazards for those who work in construction environments.
MARCOM's Suspended Scaffolding Safety Regulatory Compliance Program will assist facilities of all types in complying with OSHA's Scaffolding regulation (29 CFR 1926.451), and to help employees understand the dangers of working with suspended scaffolds, and how these risks can be minimized by knowing the correct ways to erect, maintain and use the scaffolding equipment.
When a job demands that workers go "above and beyond," aerial lifts can make the job a lot easier. Ensure workers in your organization understand both how to operate safely and the dangers resulting from working with and around aerial lifts.
Recently Updated! This regulatory compliance training been specifically created to assist facilities in fulfilling the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard's (29 CFR Part 1910.1030) training requirements.
Electrocution Hazards In Construction Environments PART I - Types of Hazards and How You Can Protect Yourself
The first in a two-part series on electrocution hazards, MARCOM's Electrocution Hazards In Construction Environments PART I - Types of Hazards and How You Can Protect Yourself discusses the major types of electrocution hazards, and how employees can reduce the risk from electrical hazards and electrocution in construction environments.
The second in a two-part series on electrocution hazards, MARCOM's Electrocution Hazards In Construction Environments PART II - Employer Requirements Program discusses the major types of electrocution hazards, and emphasizes employers' responsibilities in these areas.
Review the six types of information contained on a GHS label, and the differences between GHS labels and other types of chemical hazard labels.
Covers the composition of GHS Safety Data Sheets, the information that's contained in each section and how SDS's are different from Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
Demonstrate how accidents can be significantly reduced by applying good general safety rules, and review what hazards are associated with the specific types of tools employees use.
MARCOM's Hand, Wrist and Finger Safety in Construction Environments Program reviews hand, wrist and finger hazards and help employees to take the steps necessary to avoid them.
MARCOM's Working with Lead Exposure in Construction Environments (OSHA Lead Standard) Program addresses the major areas of employee training required by the regulations and was designed for employees in workplaces where lead and lead-based materials are found.
This program assist facilities of all types in complying with OSHA's Scaffolding regulation (29 CFR 1926.451), and to help employees understand the dangers of working with scaffolds, and how these risks can be minimized by knowing the correct ways to erect, maintain and use scaffolding equipment.
Complying with OSHA's Scaffolding regulation (29 CFR 1926.451), this program will help employees understand the dangers of working with suspended scaffolds and how to minimize these risks by familiarizing themselves with correct ways to erect, maintain and use scaffolding equipment.