Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (PA) – We offers 10-hour training OSHA designed for all employees involved in construction work, including supervisors, custodians, engineers and other personnel involved in underground projects.
In accordance with Title 29 OSHA CFR 1926.21 (b) (2), “the employer shall instruct each employee on how to recognize and avoid unsafe conditions, and should instruct how to apply the regulations in their work environment to control or eliminate any danger or exposure to illness or injury.” The outreach program of training 10 hours of training in OSHA provides general security desired for helping construction workers meet this requirement.
OSHA 10-hour Construction Safety Training Course Topics
- Introduction to OSHA
- Four major hazards OSHA
- Fall protection
- Electrical Hazard
- Danger of impact (falling objects, trucks, cranes)
- Entrapment hazard (hazards in trenches, equipment)
- PPE and rescue equipment
- Health hazards in construction
- Trench and excavation
- Permission for entry into a confined space
- Two hours of elective subjects (according to the consensus of the class)
Training schedule: OSHA requires that the program 10 hours of OSHA extends two days.
OSHA 10-hour construction safety training course must take two days by federal mandate. Neither day can Exceed 6.5 hours of instruction. Certification duration is determined to by Federal, State or City regulation. (For example, Philadelphia residents must keep certifications current within 5 years.) That some states require all employees of public work contractors receive training such “prior to the performing any work on the project.” Proof of completion May include a copy of a course completion card.