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Georgia Tech Professional Education

Occupational Safety and Health Standards for Construction Industry

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May 7—10
4 days
Savannah, GA, USA
USD 875
USD 218 per day
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4 days
Nashville, TN, USA
USD 875
USD 218 per day
Jun 3—7
5 days
Atlanta, GA, USA
USD 875
USD 175 per day
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Description

Familiarize yourself with OSHA safety and health standards for the construction industry, along with related industry principles. Using OSHA standards as a guide, you’ll get a special look at the more hazardous areas. This course is a prerequisite to OTI 0500P - OSHA 500 Trainer Course in Occupational Safety and Health Standards for Construction Industry.

What You Will Learn

  • OSHA safety and health standards for the construction industry
  • Hazard standards
  • Principles of safety and health for the construction industry

How You Will Benefit

  • Understand what a successful safety and health program for the construction industry entails.
  • Choose the appropriate OSHA standards that govern particular hazards.
  • Know the most commonly cited OSHA standards.
  • Create an effective procedure for keeping records.

Content

  • OSHA REGULATIONS, DIRECTIVES, AND LETTERS OF INTERPRETATION
  • OSHA INSPECTION PROCEDURES
  • SAFETY PROGRAMS AND RECORDKEEPING
  • HIERARCHY OF HAZARD CONTROLS
  • APPLICATION OF SUBPARTS TO CONSTRUCTION OPERATIONS

Who should attend

This course is designed for beginning safety and health professionals as well as human resources personnel, supervisors involved with health and safety construction industry related topics, and people who serve on a safety committee.

Experts

Pamela Fisher is a partner and operations manager for PROSAFE Solutions, Inc. She is an experienced safety and risk management professional with a proven track record of success in managing and overseeing safety programs for large construction projects. Her educational background is in occupatio...
Mr. Howry is a Principal Research Associate with the Georgia Tech Research Institute, the applied research arm of the Georgia Institute of Technology. As a part of the research faculty at Georgia Tech, Mr. Howry has provided technical assistance to businesses throughout the state of Georgia and a...
Philip Greisen is a senior safety consultant and safety product development manager for PROSAFE Solutions, Inc. He is an experienced safety professional with experience in overseeing safety programs for construction clients. Philip is co-chairperson of the Georgia ASSE Construction Division and ...