1. OSHA 10-hour Construction Safety Training:
This safety training covers a variety of topics, including hazard recognition, fall protection, scaffold safety, and electrical safety. It is designed to help employees stay safe while working in construction environments.
2. First Aid/CPR:
Employees should receive first aid and CPR training to help them respond to medical emergencies safely and effectively.
3. Fall Protection:
Employees need to be trained in how to safely work in areas where there is a risk of falling. This includes using fall protection equipment properly and knowing how to properly assess fall hazards.
4. Confined Space Entry:
Employees working in confined spaces must receive specific training on how to safely enter and exit these spaces, as well as how to handle potential hazards.
5. Lockout/Tagout Procedures:
Employees who work with machines or equipment that can be hazardous if turned on accidentally must be trained in lockout/tagout procedures. This includes knowing how to lock out the equipment and place warning tags so that it cannot be turned on unintentionally.
6. Hand and Power Tool Safety:
Employees who use hand or power tools need to be aware of the hazards associated with these tools and know how to use them safely.
7. Scaffold Safety:
Employees who work on scaffolds need to be trained in how to safely set up and use these structures. They should also be aware of the potential hazards associated with working at height.
8. Electrical Safety:
Employees who work with electrical equipment need to know how to safely operate this equipment and handle electrical hazards.
9. Crane and Rigging Safety:
Employees who work with cranes and rigging need to be trained in how to safely operate these heavy machines. They should also understand the risks associated with using cranes and rigging improperly.
10. Traffic Control:
Employees who work in areas where there is vehicular traffic need to be trained in traffic control procedures so that they can keep themselves and others safe while working near moving vehicles.