Why do you need OSHA 30 training? In accordance with the Occupational Safety and Health act of 1970, employers have become responsible for ensuring a safe and healthy workplace for their employees.
This training program is a comprehensive review of OSHA procedures, policies, and standards. This course will give students a strong understanding of construction safety and health principles as well as place an emphasis on the most hazardous areas using OSHA standards and regulations as a guideline. (Free study guides and handbook will be given)
Although OSHA 30 hour training was originally more appropriate for supervisors, the induction of local law 196 has made this class a popular selection for most construction workers. Students will learn to locate and identify OSHA standards in 29 CFR, identify causes of accidents and fatalities in hazardous areas within the worksite while providing abatement technique suggestions for these hazards, and learn to understand most construction processes, materials, and equipment.
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Local law 196 introduced new regulations for demolition and construction workers employed in the 5 boroughs that will require them to have a specific amount of training. Workers will be required to have a minimum of 30 Hours of training and supervisors will be required to have a minimum of 62 hours of training by December 1st, 2019. In addition to the required amount of training individuals will also need to acquire the appropriate Site Safety Training (SST) card to prove they have completed the necessary training.
For more information on the specific courses required to receive an SST card and to order an SST card as required by Local Law 196 please visit Safetycardtracker.com
OSHA 30 Card – Upon successful course completion students who attend the 30-hour training receive this orange/dark gold color wallet card. Attention - you can’t get these cards for completion of OSHA #510 or OSHA #511 courses.
This section will review worker rights, employer responsibilities, and how to file a complaint. Some additional areas which will be covered during the introduction to OSHA are material safety data sheets, OSHA form 300, and fatality and injury statistics.
Managing safety and health will include information on illness prevention programs, accident prevention programs, inspections performed on jobsites, analysis of jobsites, how to prevent and avoid hazardous situations, and pre-task safety meetings among other things.
OSHA has linked the majority of fatalities in the construction industry to one of the 4 types of hazards listed below (Focus Four Hazards). These 4 hazards are the leading cause of fatalities on construction sites with falls being the most common.
A review of personal protective equipment and proper work practices while using PPE.
Review some of the common health hazards in construction including but not limited to respirable crystalline silica and noise hazards.
Will cover general requirements that must be followed when work is performed using stairways and ladders.
The instructor is required to teach at least 6 of the following topics listed below:
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