30 Hour OSHA Construction Training
|Date:||February 23, 2010 - February 26, 2010|
|Time:||7:00 am - 5:30 pm|
Quality Inn & Suites
929 3rd Street
Des Moines, IA
$500 (MBI Members)
$750 (Construction Update Plan Room Network Members & Non-Members)
Back By Popular Demand! Top notch instructors will be utilized throughout the week to give attendees a wide variety of training techniques and experiences
Who Should Attend?
Anyone with jobsite safety responsibility. Many owners, construction managers, and general contractors are requiring that safety representatives be available on the jobsite having, at a minimum, the OSHA 30-Hour Course.
Why You Should Attend?
- Achieve a higher level of safety knowledge and professionalism
- Hear the latest on OSHA regulations
- Be confident that you are meeting OSHA standards and improving your company’s compliance level
- Earn your OSHA 30-hour card
- Learn the most common OSHA violations
- Gain real world solutions to your voluntary compliance efforts
- Gain additional resources for your questions
- Learn how to create a safer working environment
- Make a difference in your employees safety attitude
- Know what to do if OSHA shows up and how to avoid OSHA citations
What Will Be Covered?
- Introduction to OSHA standards and the OSHA Act
- General safety and health provisions / “competent person”
- Occupational health and environmental controls (emphasis on asbestos, lead and silica)
- Personal Protective Equipment / Respiratory Protection
- Fire Protection and Prevention
- Material Handling / Rigging
- Welding and Cutting
- Fall Protection / Stairway and Ladders
- Confined Space Entry
- Crisis Management
- Plus More
Instructors throughout the week will bring you the latest information known available. The instructors will include Safety professionals and instructors who are considered experts in their field. The instructors will be on hand to educate and interact with students. The years of experience and instructors bring to the class total 100 plus years. The OSHA 30-Hour Course is a must for anyone responsible for the safety and health of their employees.