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30 HOUR OSHA - LEARNING OUTCOMES

 

Given current OSHA and industry information regarding construction worksite illnesses, injuries and/or fatalities, upon completion of this module, learners will:

  1. Identify the importance of OSHA

  2. Describe the history of safety and health regulation leading to the creation of OSHA and OSHA’s mission;

  3. Identify and describe new Department of Building’s safety regulations

  4. Identify worker rights under OSHA;

  5. Discuss PPE requirements for workers and employers

  6. Name employer responsibilities;

  7. Recall OSHA standards;

  8. Identify elements of OSHA inspections;

  9. Name safety and health resources

  10. List the steps about how to file a [NC1] complaint.

 

Managing Safety and Health (2 Hours)

Given current OSHA and industry information regarding construction worksite illnesses, injuries and/or fatalities, upon completion of this module, learners will:

 

  1. Identify ways of managing commitment and employee involvement

  2. Name the benefits of health and safety programs

  3. Identify the key elements to successful health and safety programs

  4. Describe OSHA/Employer partnership and alliance programs

  5. Identify the costs of accidents

 

 

Focus Four: Fall Protection (2 Hours)

Given current OSHA and industry information regarding construction worksite illnesses, injuries and/or fatalities, upon completion of this module, learners will:

 

  1. Identify types of fall hazards associated with workplace environments.

  2. Identify methods to eliminate or protect against fall hazards. 

                 

 

Focus Four: Electrocution (1.5 Hours)

Given current OSHA and industry information regarding construction worksite illnesses, injuries and/or fatalities, upon completion of this module, learners will:

 

  1. Identify major electrocution hazards

  2. Describe types of electrocution hazards

  3. Protect him/herself from electrocution hazards

  4. Recognize employer requirements to protect workers from electrocution hazards

 

                 

 

Given current OSHA and industry information regarding construction worksite illnesses, injuries and/or fatalities upon completion of this module, learners will:

 

  1. Identify common struck-by hazards

  2. Describe types of struck-by hazards

  3. Protect themselves from struck-by hazards

  4. Recognize employer requirements to protect workers from struck-by hazards

Given current OSHA and industry information regarding construction worksite illnesses, injuries and/or fatalities, upon completion of this module, learners will:

 

  1. Identify common caught-in or -between hazards

  2. Describe types of caught-in or -between hazards

  3. Protect themselves from caught-in or -between hazards

  4. Recognize employer requirements to protect workers from caught-in or -between hazards

Given current OSHA and industry information regarding construction worksite illnesses, injuries and/or fatalities, upon completion of this module, learners will:

 

  1. Describe the hierarchy of controls as it relates to personal protective equipment.

  2. Identify types of personal protective equipment utilized in construction.

  3. Explain personal protective equipment training requirements.

  4. Explain the responsibilities of employers and employees regarding personal protective equipment.

Given current OSHA and industry information regarding construction worksite illnesses, injuries and/or fatalities, upon completion of this module, learners will:

 

  1. Identify types of stairways and ladders used at a construction site.

  2. Describe types of hazards (i.e., slips, trips, and falls) associated with the use of stairs and ladders.

  3. Describe protective methods used to prevent stairway and ladder hazards.

Recognize employer requirements to protect workers from stairway and ladder hazards.

Given current OSHA and industry information regarding construction worksite illnesses, injuries and/or fatalities, upon completion of this module, learners will:

 

  1. Identify common health hazards.

 

  1. Describe types of common health hazards.

 

  1. Apply health hazard protection methods.

 

  1. Recognize employer requirements to protect workers from health hazards in construction, including hazards communication program.

 

 

 

Elective Topic: Excavation (2 Hours)

Given current OSHA and industry information regarding construction worksite illnesses, injuries and/or fatalities, upon completion of this module, learners will:

 

  1. Describe the role of a competent person at an excavation site.

  2. Identify hazards associated with excavations.

  3. Describe the methods for protecting employees from cave-ins.

  4. Apply excavation hazard protection methods.

  5. Recognize employer requirements to protect workers from excavation hazards.

 

 

Elective Topic: Scaffolds (2 Hours)

Given current OSHA and industry information regarding construction worksite illnesses, injuries and/or fatalities, upon completion of this module, learners will:

 

  1. Describe the role of a competent person related to scaffolding.

  2. Identify the types of scaffolds commonly used on construction sites.

  3. Describe hazards associated with scaffolds.

  4. Discuss methods to prevent hazards associated with scaffolds.

  5. Recognize employer requirements to protect workers from scaffold hazards.

 

 

Elective Topic: Hand and Power Tools (1.5 Hours)

Given current OSHA and industry information regarding construction worksite illnesses, injuries and/or fatalities, upon completion of this module, learners will:

 

  1. Identify various types of tools commonly used at construction worksites.

  2. Describe types of hazards associated with the use of tools.

  3. Describe guarding requirements for various types of tools.

  4. Describe safe operation methods while working with various types of tools.

  5. Recognize employer requirements to protect workers from tool hazards.