The Construction Safety Training Series teaches employees to spot hazardous situations and reviews what they can do to work safely and accident-free. The content covered in each course has been customized specifically for the construction industry. The visuals explain safe work practices by illustrating employees performing their jobs in authentic construction contexts and shot on actual construction sites. The programs are broken down into short segments that are perfect for toolbox talks or tailgate meetings.
The courses are divided into a number of logical sections, each with its own quiz, so information is easily understood. The interactive formats allow trainers to collect employee performance information which can be organized through a powerful relational database and provides recordkeeping and tracking report capabilities.
The DVD programs contain a Presenter’s Guide, Employee Quizzes, Scheduling and Attendance Forms, and Training Certificates.
Programs are available in English and Spanish
The Back Safety in Construction Environments course discusses situations that can lead to back injuries and what employees can do to avoid them at work and at home.
The Caught-In/Between Hazards in Construction Environments course provides the information employees need to recognize the caught-in/between hazards that are associated with construction tasks and how to avoid them before accidents happen.
The Crane Safety in Industrial and Construction Environments course review the hazards that are associated with working with cranes, discuss the federal regulations that address these hazards and discuss the policies and procedures that employees should follow to work safely with these machines.
The Dealing with Drug and Alcohol Abuse for Employees in Construction Environments course discusses the hazards of substance abuse, how employees can avoid them and what they can do to help keep their job site drug and alcohol-free.
The Dealing with Drug and Alcohol Abuse for Managers and Supervisors in Construction Environments course discusses drug and alcohol abuse, the damage it causes to workers and the businesses that employ them, and what should be done to create and maintain a drug and alcohol-free job site.
The Electrocution Hazards Part I: Worksite Safety course discusses the electrical hazards that can be found on a job site, the OSHA standards that have been established to protect workers from them, and what employees should do to avoid accidents and injuries involving electricity.
The Electrocution Hazards Part II: Employer Responsibilities course discusses the electrical hazards that can be encountered on construction sites, the OSHA regulations that address them, and the responsibilities that employers have to protect workers from accidents and injuries involving electricity.
The Eye Safety in Construction Environments course provides employees with the information they need to recognize and avoid eye hazards that they can encounter on a job site.
The First Aid in Construction Environments course discusses what employees should do and not do when someone is sick or injured, and how to determine when they should call for emergency assistance.
The package was created specifically to assist employers in the construction environment in complying with the employee training requirements of OSHA’s newly adopted GHS regulations. The courses discuss the Globally Harmonized System for the Classification and Labeling of Chemicals.
The GHS Container Labels in Construction Environments training products discuss the HAZCOM Standard, the advantages of the GHS, and how the information on HAZMAT container labels can help employees to work safely with hazardous materials.
The GHS Safety Data Sheets in Construction Environments course discusses the types of information that Safety Data Sheets contain, how they present that information, and how employees can use them to work safely with HAZMATs.
The Hand and Power Tool Safety in Construction Environments course discusses hand and power tool hazards, and shows employees the equipment and safe practices they can use to prevent injuries on a job site.
The Hand, Wrist and Finger Safety in Construction Environments course reviews the hand, wrist and finger hazards that employees may encounter on a job site, and shows them the equipment and safe work practices they can use to prevent injuries.
The Hazard Communication in Construction Environments course introduces employees to the Hazard Communication regulations and provides training on the various types of chemicals found in building and construction environments.
The Heat Stress in Construction Environments course discusses the hazards of getting overheated, how employees can stay cool on a hot job site and what they should do if a co-worker suffers from heat stress.
The Introduction to GHS (The Globally Harmonized System) for Construction Workers course reviews what the Globally Harmonized System is all about, why OSHA adopted the GHS, and the phase-in dates for implementing the GHS.
The Ladder Safety in Construction Environments course discusses different types of ladders, the hazards that can be associated with them, and how employees can work with them safely.
The Working with Lead Exposures in Construction Environments course address the major areas of employee training required by the regulations. Due to the widespread use of lead-based paints, as well as other materials containing lead, these products are useful to a number of different groups including building/construction companies, manufacturers, recyclers and many others.
The Personal Protective Equipment in Construction Environments course are specifically designed to help employers in the construction industry meet OSHA requirements. They provide employees with the information that they need to avoid injury on the job site by using appropriate PPE.
The Rigging Safety in Industrial and Construction Environments course reviews the hazards associated with rigging and moving loads, and discusses the equipment and safe work practices that employees should use to avoid them.
The Safe Lifting in Construction Environments course provides the information employees need to protect their backs when they are lifting and carrying.
The Safety Orientation in Construction Environments course discusses common hazards that can be encountered on a job site and the safe practices and equipment that workers can use to avoid injuries.
We’ve all slipped on the snow or ice in the winter and tripped over a loose piece of carpet or our kids’ toys, and not thought much about it.
But on the job, slips, trips, and falls can be serious problems. In fact, they’re involved in most of the accidents that occur on jobsites now-a-days. Fortunately, slips, trips and falls can be prevented.
The Struck-By Hazards in Construction Environments course provides the information employees need to recognize the struck-by hazards that are associated with construction tasks and take steps to avoid them before accidents happen.
The Supported Scaffolding Safety in Industrial and Construction Environments course discusses supported scaffolds, how they should be constructed, the hazards that are associated with them, the OSHA regulations that address these hazards and the equipment and procedures that employees should use to work with them safely.
The Suspended Scaffolding Safety in Construction Environments course helps employees understand the dangers of working with scaffolds, and how these risks can be minimized by knowing the correct ways to erect, maintain and use scaffolding equipment.
The Trenching and Shoring Safety in Construction Environments course provides information that employees need to understand regarding the hazards that can be encountered in trenching work as well as the OSHA regulations and safe work practices that can prevent accidents from occurring.
The Walking and Working Surfaces in Construction Environments course focuses on the unique slip, trip and fall hazards found on construction sites, including unfinished surfaces and structures and provides employees with practical procedures to help them avoid these hazards.
The Work Zone Safety course discusses the hazards that are associated with performing roadway construction and maintenance, and the equipment and safe work practices that employees can use to avoid them.
The Workplace Violence in Construction Environments contains valuable information about how to recognize, prevent and handle violence on job site. This course features video and terminology that clearly illustrates the environment and operations of this industry.