The OSHA-10 is highly recommended – & often required – for all construction field personnel. It serves as the benchmark for introductory jobsite safety and OSHA compliance education.
This class 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, it will emphasize six areas of jobsite safety that account for over 80% of OSHA construction fines – with particular attention paid to #1… fall protection. Other disciplines covered will include scaffold safety, steel erection, temp electrical safety, stair/ladder safety, PPE, & chemical hazard communication.
Each attendee will receive a very useful course manual and OSHA wallet card.
Thursday, June 14, 2018 and Friday, June 15, 2018; 8:30 am to 1:00 pm both days
Location: The Kaiser-Martin Group, 4700 N. 5th Street Highway, Suite 1, Temple PA 19560
Each MBCEA member is entitled to send employees for $50.00 per person. Non-MBCEA attendees pay $65.00 per person. Register by June 7.
Craig Shaffer has over 25 years of occupational safety and health experience in the construction industry. Through his company, SafetyWorks, he spends about half of his time training and about half acting as a safety director to help manage contractor safety programs.
He has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physics from Penn State and is a Certified Safety Professional. He instructs a variety of construction safety courses, including OSHA-10 & OSHA-30 classes, 1st aid/CPR, confined space entry, rigging/signaling, and a number of competent person level courses. He has taught a number of these classes for MBCEA over the past decade and authored our 2013 Metal Building Jobsite Safety Reference Guide.
Mid-Atlantic Division of MBCEA