Summer Safety Pack for Construction

    Summer Safety Pack for Construction

    Pack Overview

    Save $35.00 with the Summer Safety Pack for Construction! Almost 3-hours of heat stress, sun overexposure and other outdoor hazard safety training. This enhanced safety pack contains the following 5 courses that will help keep you and your workers safe when working outdoors this summer. Play it safe this summer with the right safety training!

    1. Emergency Action Planning Awareness for Construction (10-Min)
    2. Heat Stress (20-Min)
    3. OSHA Heat Illness Prevention for Workers (35-Min) - Earn 0.1 CEU!
    4. Sun and Other Outdoor Hazards (45-Min)
    5. Subpart C: Construction General Safety (1-Hour)

    Intended Audience

    This enhanced safety pack is intended for all Construction workers who work outdoors during the summer. It contains 5 of the top summer safety topics on a job site.

    Learning Objectives by Course

    Emergency Action Planning Awareness for Construction

    In this introductory course, you will learn about Emergency Action Planning according to Federal OSHA standards, which focuses on the importance of having a plan of action that includes emergency equipment, alarms and hazards.

    Heat Stress

    This intermediate safety course focuses on anticipating, recognizing, evaluating and controlling Heat Stress hazards. You will learn the definition of heat stress and how to prevent injuries and illnesses on the job site. You will also learn OSHA’s heat stress guidelines so that you can be prepared to handle heat stress emergencies.

    OSHA Heat Illness Prevention for Workers

    This OSHA Heat Illness Prevention course for Workers is intended for workers in all industries, including Construction, Manufacturing, Agricultural, Transportation and General Industry who have the potential for exposure to heat illness in their workplace. This course will familiarize the student with the basics of heat illness, its symptoms and ways it can be prevented. Earn 0.1 CEU!

    Sun and Other Outdoor Hazards

    This intermediate safety course focuses on the OSHA standards of minimizing your risk of Sun Exposure and the potential for injury and illness and will enable you to recognize, evaluate and control other outdoor hazards. The course references standards set by OSHA, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

    Subpart C: Construction General Safety

    This intermediate online safety course provides you with information from the general safety and health provisions that are found in OSHA’s Construction Safety and Health Regulations, Subpart C. This course covers first aid, CPR, fire prevention, fire protection, housekeeping, important definitions, emergency access, emergency egress and emergency action plans.

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