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Fear? Not If You Use OSHA 10 Safety Training The Right Way!

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Construction workers are constantly exposed to serious occupational hazards on worksites which can prove fatal. Here's how to avoid hazards. Click here!

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Fear? Not If You Use OSHA 10 Safety Training The Right Way!

  1. 1. © 2018 360training.com | 888-360-8764 | www. 360training.com Fear? Not If You Use OSHA 10 Safety Training The Right Way!
  2. 2. © 2018 360training.com | 888-360-8764 | www. 360training.com Construction workers are constantly exposed to serious occupational hazards (such as electric shocks, falls, repetitive motion injuries, scaffold collapse injuries etc) on worksites which can prove fatal. However, those risks can be reduced a great deal with OSHA 10 Safety Training. Here are some topics the training covers that can ensure construction workers remain safe.
  3. 3. © 2018 360training.com | 888-360-8764 | www. 360training.com SCAFFOLDING  Scaffolding should be sturdy enough to support weight that is 4 times the maximum intended load. Plus, it should be installed on a solid footing.  Scaffolding should not be supported with unstable objects such as loose bricks, barrels or boxes.  Scaffolding should always be dismantled, installed and moved under the supervision of a competent worker.
  4. 4. © 2018 360training.com | 888-360-8764 | www. 360training.com FALL PROTECTION  Aerial lifts and elevated platforms can be used to make elevated work spaces safer.  Workers should be protected from roof edges and floors via guardrail systems complete with toe boards and warning lines. Control line systems can also work in this regard.
  5. 5. © 2018 360training.com | 888-360-8764 | www. 360training.com LADDERS  Ladders should be long enough to reach elevated work areas  Damaged ladders should be clearly marked, repairs, replaced or destroyed as soon as possible.  Ladders should never be loaded more than their intended limit or more than the manufacturer’s rated capacity.
  6. 6. © 2018 360training.com | 888-360-8764 | www. 360training.com STAIRWAYS  Slippery stairs should be dried immediately to prevent slips and falls.  The treads should cover the step and landing as well.  Stairways should be clear of debris and other dangerous objects.
  7. 7. © 2018 360training.com | 888-360-8764 | www. 360training.com TRENCHING  Workers should be discouraged from entering an unprotected and unsupported trench.  Trenches that are several feet deep should have a protective system in place.  A registered and professional engineer must be employed to design an appropriate protective system for trenches that are 20 feet deep or more.
  8. 8. © 2018 360training.com | 888-360-8764 | www. 360training.com Needles to say, workers who undergo OSHA 10 training have higher chances of staying safe on worksites from injuries or worse.
  9. 9. © 2018 360training.com | 888-360-8764 | www. 360training.com OSHA 10 HOUR CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY OUTREACH Sign up your workforce and entry level workers for the 10-hour Construction Industry Outreach Training Program from 360training.com today.
  10. 10. © 2018 360training.com | 888-360-8764 | www. 360training.com SOURCES: /360training.com/blog /company/360training /360training /360training © 2017 2018 360training.com| 888-360-8764 | http://www.360training.com https://www.osha.gov/Publications/OSHA3252/3252.html https://www.360training.com/environmental-health-safety/osha-training/osha-10-30-hour- training/10hr-construction-industry-outreach

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