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The Subpart R Steel Erection for Construction online safety course from ClickSafety provides training and a broad, intermediate-level overview of the requirements surrounding OSHA’s construction safety standards on Steel Erection and Subpart R. Participants of the course will learn current occupational safety and health information regarding steel erection.
NOTICE: This OSHA Subpart R training is not designed to be a substitute for specific, hands-on training and information.
ClickSafety’s Subpart R Steel Erection for Construction online training discusses the importance of fall protection, controlling decking zones (CDZs), steel erection, hoisting and rigging, and more in relation to the construction workspace. Participants are also encouraged to further their education by reviewing the reference guide on OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1926, Subpart R. Specific course topics include the following:
General overview of OSHA 29 CFR 1926, Subpart R
Introduction and general overview of steel erection in construction
Applicable course definitions
Starting steel erection
Site-specific erection plans
Hoisting and rigging/crane safety
Structural steel assembly
Beams and columns
Open web steel joists
Falling object protection
Training requirements regarding steel erection
Specific industry terms discussed throughout the duration of the course include the following:
The Subpart R Steel Erection for Construction online course is intended for those within the construction workspace who will work in areas erection. This course is specifically designed for the following:
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ClickSafety’s intermediate-level Subpart R Steel Erection for Construction online safety training provides essential knowledge required to work safety on metal buildings and other construction jobsites. Upon successful completion of this course, participants can expect to:
Understand the terms and definitions, as well as training requirements needed and used within the steel erection industry
Know how to develop site-specific erection plans
Understand CDZ gear to prevent decking injuries and/or fatalities