Concrete and Masonry for California
Concrete and Masonry for California is an intermediate online course that focuses on Cal/OSHA requirements to protect construction workers from injuries and accidents on the job site. The health hazards covered in OSHA’s requirements and discussed in this course include premature removal of form work, the failure to brace masonry walls, the failure to support pre-cast panels, the inadvertent operation of equipment and the failure to guard reinforcing steel. This California-specific Concrete and Masonry online safety course also covers health hazards and control information, including eye, skin and inhalation hazards and associated protective measures.
California-specific Concrete and Masonry training is designed for California-based construction workers and managers who are responsible for safety while working with concrete and masonry construction.
- California Construction Managers
- California Construction Supervisors
- California Construction Workers
This California-specific Concrete and Masonry online course will discuss concrete and masonry safety, as well as the regulations associated with construction safety. In order to provide a deeper understanding of the need for regulation compliance, the following topics will be covered: cast-in-place concrete, pre-cast concrete, lift slab operations, and masonry construction. Cal/OSHA and Federal OSHA are referenced in this course as requirements specific to concrete and masonry safety.
- Overview of Concrete and Masonry in California
- General Requirements
- Equipment and Tools
- Masonry Construction
- Erection and Construction
- Concrete and Masonry Health Hazards
- Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs)
Features and Benefits
ClickSafety’s California-specific Concrete and Masonry online safety course reviews Cal/OSHA and related requirements specific to the protection of construction workers working with concrete and masonry in California. By successfully completing this course, you will:
- Understand the scope, application and definitions of concrete and masonry
- Have knowledge of the general requirements for safety
- Be aware of the tools and equipment used
- Know the requirements for the use of cast-in place, formwork, lift slab and masonry construction