Course

Description

1-Hour Asbestos / Lead Awareness

In this course trainees will become generally familiar with the health effects of asbestos and lead in the workplace. Besides, trainees will be able to recognize places and locations where asbestos and lead containing materials may be found in the construction industry. Next, trainees will be able to avoid health hazards associated with asbestos and lead. Furthermore, trainees should become aware of administrative safety requirements associated with asbestos and lead in the workplace.

1-Hour Confined Space Entry

In this course trainees will become generally familiar with confined spaces and permit required confined spaces and recognize such spaces. Besides, trainees should become aware of administrative regulatory safety requirements associated with confined spaces. Furthermore, we will define OSHA’s definition of a Confined Space with its 3-criteria and provide illustrative examples.

1-Hour Concrete and Masonry Construction

In this course trainees will become generally familiar with various processes of cast in place concrete operations. Besides, trainees will be able to recognize hazards associated with typical cast in place concrete operations. Furthermore, Trainees will be able to avoid health hazards associated with concrete. Briefly, in nonscientific terms, explain the physical nature of concrete and reinforced concrete, so trainees have a better ‘big picture’ perspective of concrete as a fundamental building material. 

1-Hour Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Elevators, and Conveyors

In this course trainees will become generally familiar components of cranes, derricks, hoists, elevators and conveying systems. Besides, trainees will be able to recognize and avoid hazards associated with cranes, derricks, hoists, elevators and conveying systems. Explain that the purpose of this training help trainees recognizing, avoiding and preventing (RAP) hoisting and rigging problems and provide basic rigging information.

1-Hour Demolition Safety

In this course trainees will become generally familiar with hazards typical to demolition activities. Besides, trainees will be able to recognize and avoid hazards associated demolition operations. Next, trainees should become aware of administrative safety requirements associated demolition activity. Furthermore, Trainees will be introduced generally to typical means and method or demolition.

1-Hour Ergonomics

In this course trainees will become generally familiar with how the human body interfaces with and use equipment, moves material and performs tasks. Besides, trainees will be able to recognize when ergonomic hazards become likely and how to avoid becoming injured. Furthermore, Trainees will be able to avoid risk of muscle. 

1-Hour Excavations

In this course trainees will become familiar with terms associated with excavations and underpinning activities. Besides, trainees will become generally familiar with recognizing, avoiding and preventing safety issues concerning soil failures, undermining and structural collapse. Next, trainees will learn the responsibilities of permit holder to project adjoining structures. Furthermore, trainees will learn the role of Competent Persons in excavations.

1-Hour Flag Person

In this course trainees will become generally familiar the role of flaggers (flag person) and spotters is and the difference and similarities. Besides, trainees will learn various rules designed to protect workers from vehicular strikes. Next, trainees will be able to recognize problems with traffic management and control. Furthermore, trainees should become aware of administrative and regulatory requirements associated with construction work and traffic control.

1-Hour Job Hazard Analysis

In this course trainees will become generally familiar with how to assess and control hazards associated with any type of task or activity through a Job Hazard Analysis. Besides, trainees will be able to recognize and describe hierarchy of controls and respective means of Implementation. Next, trainees will be able to recognize the importance of conducting a Job Hazard Analysis . Furthermore, trainees will practice using risk aversion techniques.

1-Hour Personnel Lifts / Aerial Lifts / Scissor Lifts Safety

In this course trainees will become generally familiar with the different types of personnel lifts and the associated hazards. Besides, Trainees should become aware safety requirements associated personnel lifts:

a. Falls from lift to lower level.
b. Struck-by falling objects from personnel lifts.
c. Electrical hazards.
d. Hazards from the uncontrolled sources of energy i.e. steam, waste, mechanical.
e. Caught-in-between, snagging hazards.
f. Tipping of lift potential hazards

1-Hour Motor Vehicles, Mechanized Equipment and Marine Operations;
Rollover Protective Structures and Overhead Protection;
and Signs, Signals and Barricades

In this course trainees will become learn selected terms and types of mechanized equipment and associated safety controls associated. Besides, trainees will become aware of administrative regulatory safety requirements associated with large equipment. Furthermore, we will describe, illustrate and provide different examples of:

a. Motor Vehicles
b. Mechanized Equipment
i. Cranes and Derricks
c. Maine Operations
d. Rollover Protections
e. Overhead Protection
f. Signs Signals and Barricades

1-Hour Risk Assessment and Accident Investigation

In this course trainees will become generally familiar with the various components of an incident/accident investigation. Besides, trainees should able to recognize good investigatory processes and understand and distinguish root causality from other more superficial causes. Furthermore, we will define various terms associated with accident/incident investigations. We will also discuss the ‘simple rule’ to good investigations ‘just keep asking ‘why’ and ‘how’ until there are no more answers. 

1-Hour Scaffolds - Suspended

In this course trainees will become generally aware of hazards associated with suspended scaffolds. Besides, trainees will be aware of administrative safety requirements associated with suspended scaffolds. Furthermore, we will illustrate different types of suspended scaffolds such as catenary, float (ship), interior Hung, multi-level, two-point suspension scaffold, multi-point Adjustable, Needle Beam, Single-point Adjustable.

1-Hour Steel Erection

In this course trainees will become generally familiar terms and steel erection processes and their associated safety hazards. Besides, trainees should become aware of administrative regulatory safety requirements associated with steel erection in New York City. Next, trainees will be able to define OSHA’s definition of Steel Erection (it’s very specific). Furthermore, trainees will be able to statistically illustrate the importance of safe steel erection operations to worker and public safety and property. 

1-Hour Welding and Cutting

In this course trainees will become generally familiar with and be able to describe and recognize welding and burning work activities and various related safety components. Besides, trainees will be able to recognize safety and health hazards associated with welding and burning activities. Next, trainees will be able to avoid safety and health hazards associated with welding and burning activities. In addition, trainees will be able to prevent and control safety and health hazards associated with welding and burning activities. Furthermore, trainees should become aware of administrative safety requirements and processes associated with welding and burning activities.

2.50-Hour Foundations for Safety Leadership

In this course trainees will learn the qualities of leadership and how effective leaders utilize various techniques to help them manage people and activities on construction worksites. Besides, we will define Leadership and provide examples of successful leaders and unsuccessful leaders. Next, we will illustrate the ‘value added’ proposition for effective leadership at every level of the team. Furthermore, we will describe and illustrate an Injury and Illness Prevention Program and how effective leaders must thoroughly know how a system works. Explain the various parts of typical systems.