Construction Safety Orientation
Construction is a dangerous industry, with over 800 fatalities each year. OSHA’s Standard 1926 governs safety requirements for the construction industry and requires employers to provide training on topics such as hazard communication, fall protection, personal protective equipment, trenching & shoring safety, work zone safety, scaffolding set up and use, along with other topics such as large equipment safety.
- 2014, by Mark Moran
SKU: 3185The statistics are undeniable – the construction trades are among the occupations with the highest number of injuries and deaths in the United States, year after year. Hundreds of thousands of injuries and illnesses, and thousands of ...
- 13 min, 2013, ERI
SKU: 3070Construction work is very unsafe, as almost 1,000 employees are killed and thousands of others are hurt on building jobsites each year. While there have been many security improvements over the years to control the hazards that assist to ...
- 24 min, 2013, ERI
SKU: 3069Construction work is very unsafe, as almost 1,000 employees are killed and thousands of others are hurt on building jobsites each year. While there have been many security improvements over the years to control the hazards that assist to ...
- 14 min, 2009, Marcom
SKU: 2563If you look closely at your accident statistics, you will notice that the most likely people to get injured are employees who are new to the job. These new employees include more than your recent hires. Temporary employees, an employee ...
- 11 min, 1996, Training Network
SKU: 0478Meet OSHA standards and reduce liability and injury exposures. Each company or contractor has the responsibility to make sure all employees follow safety and health rules and any specific or special rules of the job site. This video ...