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The Top 10 OSHA Violations
1 Scaffolding
2 Hazard Communication
3 Fall Protection
4 Respiratory Protection
5 Lockout/Tagout
6 Forklift Hazards
7 Electrical ­ Wiring
8 Machine Guarding
9 Ladders
10 Electrical ­ General

 

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This course introduces private sector personnel to OSHA policies, procedures, and standards, as well as construction safety and health principles. Topics include scope and application of OSHA construction standards. Special emphasis is placed on those areas that are the most hazardous, using OSHA standards as a guide. Upon successful course completion, the student will receive an OSHA construction safety and health 10-hour course completion card issued through the OSHA Training Institue.

Sample Two-Day Ten Hour Course Agenda

This course is taught in two six-hour sessions
Ten hours of actual classroom time is required

 
DAY 1
 
Introduction / Review
15 Min.
I
Cal OSHA Regs / Guidelines
60 Min.
II
Fire Prevention & Protection
60 Min.
III
Personal Protective Equipment
60 Min.
IV
Fall Protection
60 Min.
V Electrical Safety
60 Min.
DAY 2
VI
Hazard Communications
60 Min.
VII
Material Handling
120 Min.
VIII
Excavation & Trenching
60 Min.
IX Power Hand Tools
60 Min.
X Review & Test 30 Min.
 
The topics listed in the above Agenda can be modified to fit a particular situation. There are limitations regarding what modifications can be made, so please call to get the details.
 
Students receive a coursework binder and may receive a reference book containing the Cal OSHA Construction Safety Orders & Electrical Safety Orders
 
Coursework Binder
This may not be the actual cover
The Coursework Binder has approximately 141 pages of information
CSO / ESO Book
This may not be the actual cover
The CSO/ESO book has approximately 279 pages of information
 

All training is performed in accordance with Federal OSHA, applicable State-chartered OSHA, and other State Regulations and local Ordinances.