Fall Protection Safety Training Videos
The Fall Protection in Industrial and Construction Environments Safety Meeting Kit discusses the fall hazards that can be encountered in a workplace and what employees can do to avoid them.
The "Supported Scaffolding Safety in Industrial and Construction Environments" courses discuss 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 "Ladder Safety in Construction Environments Safety Kit" program discusses different types of ladders, the hazards that can be associated with them, and how employees can work with them safely.
More construction workers die from falling from a height above six feet. General construction averaged eight scissor lift related deaths each year. Falls from an elevated platform are caused primarily by a worker’s unsafe act such as leaving gate chains unattached, propping the gate open, or climbing up on or leaning over the guardrail system. This program’s topics include scaffolding, causes of scaffolding injuries, basic operations, inspection, and safety checks.
Easy-reading construction safety compliance manual explains complex Part 1926 regs in plain English.
The Construction Safety & Health Compliance Manual helps you comply with complicated Part 1926 requirements by providing straightforward guidance on critical topics including: