Construction Safety Training Videos & Courses
Special Driving Conditions - Regardless of the nature of the hazardous road or weather conditions we may encounter, the key to remember is that if we know what waits for us down the road, we can adjust our driving and our schedules to allow us to do our jobs safely. Knowledge is always our best defense. So how do we get the information we need to stay on top of changing conditions? Letís look at some of the things we can do.
Cave-ins are predictable and preventable according to OSHA. Working around trenches can be dangerous. A cubic yard of soil can weigh 2700 pounds – that’s as much as a small truck. A person buried under a couple feet of soil can experience pressure to the chest causing suffocation. There is no room for risk-taking when working in trenches and excavations. A competent person is defined by OSHA standards relating to trenching and excavation activities. This program focuses on competent person and soil testing.
This training program has been developed specifically for those persons actually working in or around trenches, excavations. An excellent refresher course for anyone in this category. Basic information stresses trenching safety, equipment, different types of soils, The competent person job responsibilities. Discusses pre-planning, how heavy soil is, cave-ins and other day to day risks and hazards.
This is a short refresher training course containing 3 videos in 1.
There’s an estimated 33 million people in the U.S. with hearing loss enough to affect their daily activities. Occupation-related noise exposure accounts for 11 million cases of hearing loss. Another 36 to 37 million people suffer from tinnitus, which is a chronic ringing in the ears.
Utility Crew Truck Safety - Crew trucks are used in many types of organizations such as utilities, public agencies, and construction companies to name a few. In addition to transporting a crew to and from the job, this highly versatile vehicle can be outfitted with a wide array of attachments to make it a major asset to the organization such as lifts and hoists, welding units, compressors, aerial lift devices, and equipment for towing.