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The Lead Hazards for Construction online training from ClickSafety focuses on lead exposure in the construction industry and the serious harm it can do to one’s body. Throughout this training, participants will learn how to identify lead in the workplace, as well as which control methods should be used to avoid exposure and mitigate risk. This intermediate-level online course follows OSHA’s regulations regarding lead hazards for the prevention of harmful lead exposure.
ClickSafety’s Lead Hazards for Construction course is an intermediate-level online training offering safety tips, as well as essential requirements regarding mitigating lead exposure risk within the construction industry. Participants will learn the best work practices to avoid lead exposure, as well as necessary assessments, limits, action levels, and controls. Specific course topics include the following:
Introduction to lead hazards in the workplace
OSHA standards regarding lead in the workplace
Lead control methods
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Specific industry terms discussed throughout the course include the following:
The Lead Hazards for Construction online safety course is designed for all those within the construction industry. We strongly advise that all participants take advantage of site-specific training, as well as additional lead hazard courses as offered. Individuals who will specifically benefit from this course include the following:
If you have any concerns as to whether this course is appropriate for you or your industry, please browse our full selection of Online Courses and Safety Packs, call 800-971-1080, or Contact Us online.
ClickSafety’s Lead Hazards for Construction online safety course will prepare all those within the construction industry to be better prepared for potential lead exposure to mitigate risk and reduce the possibilities of exposure. Upon successful completion of this course, participants can expect to:
Know the OSHA and HEPA standards and requirements regarding lead in construction
Be well-versed in lead hazard safety
Be able to identify sources, exposures, and control methods for lead in the workplace
Know proper protocols used for medical surveillance of lead-related issues