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To register please contact Kim Jalalian at email@example.com or 414-778-4100.Each year, falls consistently account for the greatest number of fatalities in the construction industry. Over the past 5 years, on average, more than 350 workers were killed each year in construction-related falls according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. AGC of America is pleased to offer this one-day training program based on OSHA standards and best practices to answer the need for quality Fall Protection training within the industry.
To register please contact Kim Jalalian at 414-778-4100 or firstname.lastname@example.org.The Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) is now aligned with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS). This update to the Hazard Communication Standard will provide a common and coherent approach to classifying chemicals and communicating hazard information on labels and safety data sheets. Employers are required by the standard to train their employees in the new labeling elements and Safety Data Sheet format by December 1, 2013. This course will assist contractors in meeting their training obligation.
Corp. GC/CM - $25, Associate - $40, *CBA’s - $50, Non-Affiliated IAP - $80To pay by credit card please contract Kim Jalalian at (414) 778-4100.
Attendees will learn OSHA requirements for confined space entry, hazard identification, atmospheric testing considerations, basic ventilation principles and use of entry permits.
Confined Space Hazard Identification Air MonitoringBasic VentilationPermits
Crane Rigging: In addition to qualified signalpersons and certified operators, the new OSHA crane standard requires employees who perform rigging operations to be “qualified”. This course has been developed by the Crosby Group to assist employers in qualifying their personnel as qualified riggers as required in the new crane standards. The standard also requires an experience component which is not provided in this course. Note: This course is four hours in length. To receive a card verifying their attendance in this class, attendees must be present the entire four hours
Crane Signalperson: OSHA requires you to meet new requirements under the New Crane Standard for Construction Operations – Subpart CC. Effective in November of 2010, anyone performing crane signals on a construction site has to be “qualified”. If your employees fit into this category, they must: be competent in the application of the types of signals used, have a basic understanding of crane operations and the limitations, know and understand the new crane standard as it applies to signaling, and demonstrate all of the above through testing. This new course will help contractors meet their obligations under this newly revised standard.
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