The OSHA-30 represents the “standard” in training for those assigned safety supervision responsibilities. It provides the safety knowledge base attendees will need to confidently fulfill their role as a competent person.
Our discussions will blend together the business perspective of safety, OSHA construction compliance education, and the roles of the competent person. In addition to learning about OSHA, we will emphasize the top 30 most frequently cited in construction, particularly as their requirements pertain to the metal building industry. A number of interactive discussions and participation exercises will be used in presenting the material. Topics include fall protection, scaffold safety, steel erection, crane & rigging safety, temp electrical safety, extensible boom forklift operations, stair/ladder safety, PPE, chemical hazard communication, hot work, excavation safety, personnel lift safety, confined space entry, fire prevention & protection, and OSHA recordkeeping.
Each attendee will receive a very useful course manual and OSHA wallet card. Course will take place over four days - February 15 & 16, March 8 & 9.