OSHA 10-Hour Construction Course

Course Overview

The OSHA 10-Hour Construction onsite safety course is specially designed to help keep employees safe while obtaining their OSHA 10-Hour Card. This onsite training course teaches recognition, abatement, avoidance, and prevention of health and safety hazards in workplaces. This program also provides information regarding employee rights, employer responsibilities and how to file a complaint.

 

M Squared Safety's OSHA 10-Hour course is simply the most thorough and effective way to earn your OSHA 10-Hour Card requirement.

This course has been reviewed by the OSHA Training Institute and M Squared Safety is authorized to present this course as part of the OSHA onsite Outreach Training Program for Construction.

Intended Audience

The OSHA 10-Hour Construction onsite course is specifically developed for:

Construction Workers

Construction Supervisors and Managers

Learning Objectives

This  OSHA 10-Hour Construction onsite safety course is a proven way to achieve the appropriate workplace safety level required. Being safe is the goal, and getting an OSHA 10-Hour Card will allow you to keep working. This OSHA 10-Hour Construction course will teach you about recognition, abatement avoidance, and prevention of health and safety hazards in the workplace. This course focuses on the OSHA construction industry standards and is a proven way to get your OSHA 10 Card and achieve the safety level required by your company for work in the construction industry. We encourage you to learn your company policies on these subjects, which may be more stringent.

Course Topics

Introduction to OSHA

OSHA Focus Four Hazards

Fall Hazards

Electrocution Hazards

Struck By Hazards

Caught In or Between Hazards

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Health Hazards

Stairs, Scaffolds and Ladders

OSHA requires all 10-Hour training to be completed within 6 months from the course start date.

The Minimum Passing Score is 70%

OSHA 10-Hour Cards

M Squared Safety records your score and submits reports of all successful course completions to OSHA and the Department of Labor. DOL/OSHA Completion Cards are sent to M Squared Safety for signature and then mailed directly to the student (cards typically arrive 6 to 8 weeks after the successful course completion date).

Features and Benefits

M Squared Safety’s OSHA 10-Hour Construction onsite safety course is a certificate-level review of occupational safety and health for construction workers. When you have successfully completed this course, you will be able to:

Recognize, avoid, abate and prevent health and safety hazards in the workplace

Follow OSHA construction industry standards. Be aware of company policies, as they may be different than the ones discussed, sometimes more stringent.

 

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OSHA 30-Hour Construction Course

Course Overview

M2 Safety's OSHA 30-Hour Construction is an OSHA-Authorized onsite course featuring the required steps for completing OSHA Outreach training. This onsite training covers everything from Electrical Hazard Safety to Fall Protection. Our OSHA 30-Hour Construction onsite course is a proven way to receive a valid OSHA 30-Hour Card and achieve the safety level required by your company for work in the construction industry. M2 Safety is one of the most trusted names in onsite safety training and we're here specifically to help you learn the essential skills you need to perform your work safely.

M2 Safety's OSHA 30-Hour Construction course has been taken by thousands of construction workers. It's simply the easiest way to complete your training and earn your OSHA 30-Hour requirement.

Intended Audience

This onsite OSHA 30 Construction course will benefit all workers and management at a construction office or work site. This 30-Hour onsite course is intended for supervisors or workers with some safety responsibility.

Construction Workers

Construction Foremen

Construction Job Supervisors

All Personnel Responsible for Construction-related Projects

Learning Objectives

M2 Safety's OSHA 30-Hour Construction onsite safety course trains workers and employers on recognition, avoidance, abatement and prevention of safety and health hazards in the workplace. It includes information on workers' rights, employer responsibilities and how to file a complaint. This course gives you the specific steps and requirements you must meet to complete the onsite OSHA30 Outreach training program.

Following this OSHA 30 training course, the student should be able to:

Recognize what worker rights are protected under OSHA

Recognize what responsibilities an employer has under OSHA

Identify major fall hazards

Identify common caught-in or -between hazards

Identify common struck-by hazards

Identify types of electrocution hazards

Identify ways to select appropriate PPE and lifesaving equipment

Identify major health hazards common to the construction industry

Recognize how to protect oneself from material handling hazards

Identify major hand & power tool hazards

Recognize role of the workforce in improving the current culture

Recognize the role of management in improving the current culture

Recognize ways to protect oneself from crane hazards

Identify major hazards related to motor vehicles, mechanized equipment and marine operations

Recognize ways to protect oneself from fire hazards thru prevention and emergency response

Recognize employer requirements for protecting workers from concrete & masonry hazards, including abatement methods

Identify major steel erection hazards

Recognize ways to protect oneself from welding & cutting hazards

Describe types of confined space hazards

Recognize ways to protect oneself from confined space hazards

Describe activities that can lead to MSD and RMD injury and illness

Recognize employer requirements for providing a safety and health program that effectively reduces and prevents employee injury, illness, and fatality

Identify responsibilities of a supervisor in preventing worker injuries and unhealthful exposures

Recognize the specific legal responsibilities of a supervisor to protect worker safety and health

Identify the reasons for an incident investigation and future preventative measures that may result

Recognize ways to protect oneself from arc flash hazards

Describe types of health and safety construction hazards and appropriate forms mitigation

Course Topics

Introduction to OSHA

Contractor's Safety and Health Program

Reporting and Record Keeping

Electrical Hazards

Fall Protection

Materials Handling

Cranes and Rigging

Motorized Mobile Platforms

The Competent Person

Excavations

Work Zone Traffic Control

Forklift Hazards

OSHA 30 Requirements

OSHA requires 30-Hour onsite training to be completed within 6 months from the date when you start the course:

OSHA30 Course Minimum Passing Score is 70%

You Have 3 Chances to Pass the OSHA 30 Test

You Receive Immediate Feedback on Incorrect Answers

OSHA 30 Card

M2 Safety records your score and submits reports of all successful course completions to OSHA and the Department of Labor. DOL/OSHA Completion Cards are sent to M2 Safety for signature and then mailed directly to the student (cards typically arrive 6 to 8 weeks after the successful course completion date).

 

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Bloodborne Pathogen (BBP) Awareness

Course Overview

In this introductory Bloodborne Pathogen (BBP) Awareness onsite safety course, you will learn about bloodborne pathogens according to Federal OSHA standards. This onsite training course focuses on the prevention of infection caused by bloodborne pathogens. You will learn how to take universal precautions to ensure the safety of yourself and your coworkers.

Intended Audience

This Bloodborne Pathogen (BBP) Awareness training course is designed for employees, team leads and supervisors who are responsible for workplace and job site safety according to OSHA regulations.

Employees

Team Leads

Supervisors

Learning Objectives

In this onsite safety course, we will discuss Bloodborne Pathogen Awareness and how to effectively prevent infection in the workplace. We will also inform you on how to take universal precautions to prevent exposure, in accordance with OSHA regulations. Upon successful completion of this bloodborne pathogen training course, you will possess the training needed to be responsible for your own personal safety.

Course Topics

Introduction to Bloodborne Pathogens

Controlling Infection

Final Considerations

Features and Benefits

By taking M2 Safety’s Bloodborne Pathogen (BBP) Awareness onsite course, you will learn how to define bloodborne pathogens and identify risks for bloodborne disease in the workplace. After successfully finishing this course, you will understand:

How to take universal precautions with regard to bloodborne pathogen safety in the workplace

The importance of bloodborne safety training in preventing infection

The necessity of wearing PPE to protect yourself from bloodborne pathogens

 

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Lock Out Tag Out

Course Overview

M2 Safety's information-packed ONSITE training offers the cost-effective solutions you need to keep your people safe-and to keep OSHA inspectors off your doorstep! You’ll get a comprehensive update on the very latest in OSHA’s ever-changing requirements, and you’ll also find out innovative ways other organizations are successfully using to meet these stringent standards - without busting the budget.

You’ll gain an understanding of the basics of OSHA record-keeping, learn how to avoid the top 10 most common OSHA violations, get tips for using proactive safety audit tools and discover smart ways to prevent accidents from happening. In addition, you’ll find out exactly what you need to do to be prepared for an OSHA site visit.

This course covers workplace violence offering solutions to reduce the risk of worker safety. Establish an OSHA compliant facility, gain peace of mind and employee safety using solid strategies and essential information.

Intended Audience

This M2 Safety Lock out/Tag Out

Course will benefit all workers and management at a construction site or any work place setting.

Learning Objectives

OSHA Compliance - From "Must-Know" Basics to the Newest Regulations

Explanation of OSHA's confusing lexicon to define citation, violation, standards, requirements, rules, guidelines and many more

A review of how OSHA's penalty system works

Comprehensive methods for assessing your organization's current level of OSHA compliance

What's the No. 1 most cited OSHA violation? The top 10?

Understanding the ins and outs of the lockout/tagout standard

The status of the proposed ergonomics standard - and what changes it will mean for your organization

Analyzing the potential effects of OSHA's proposed rules for safety and health programs

Protecting your organization by looking ahead: New OSHA standards proposed by October 2000

Essential resources for staying up-to-the-minute on changes in OSHA regulations

Preventing Common Workplace Hazards (and Accidents Waiting to Happen)

Forewarned is forearmed: Most common safety violations cited by OSHA

Recognizing how "gray areas" in OSHA's Accident Prevention Guidelines could cost your company a bundle

How-to's for using proactive safety audit tools to customize a safety audit that guarantees results

A workplace safety hazards checklist no organization should be without

Conducting a job hazard analysis that can open your eyes to major problems before someone is injured

Specifics that your Hazard Communication Program must include to comply with OSHA requirements

Understanding why employees disregard safety rules — the reasons may surprise you!

Proven strategies for spotting and correcting reckless employee behavior

Preventing WMSDs: now the No. 1 cause of lost workdays due to injuries

Effectively Training Managers and Employees on Safety and OSHA Regulations

How do your training programs rate against OSHA's official training requirements for general industry?

Understanding exactly who must be trained — and how often — to meet OSHA standards

OSHA's Prevention and Control Programs and 7-Step Training Programs: Are they right for your organization?

Top reasons why safety training programs often fail to produce desired levels of improvement in safety

Essential components a safety training program must contain to be effective

Strategies for gaining employee — and management — buy-in for safety training

What to do before, during and after safety training to boost its impact and effectiveness

Training tips for motivating "reluctant" learners who'd rather endure a dental drill than safety training

Document, document, document: Failing to properly document training efforts could cost your organization plenty when OSHA inspectors ask to see training records

Complying with OSHA's Record-Keeping Requirements to the Letter

Overview of OSHA record-keeping requirements with an explanation of the recent changes

A word to the wise: The most frequently cited recordkeeping violations

OSHA requirements on retention, maintenance and location of records

Ins and outs of the OSHA 300 Log and 301 Form

How to correct an entry the OSHA way

Step-by-step guidelines for reporting a work injury in accordance with new OSHA requirements

Valuable timesaving tips for reducing the number of hours it takes to keep and maintain OSHA records

How many people in your organization should be trained in OSHA recordkeeping?

Using your records to spot hazards and track accident trends — and significantly improve safety levels

Red Alert! How to Be Prepared for an OSHA Site Visit

Is your organization among those most likely to be inspected? Find out!

Valuable checklists that help you spot trouble — and avoid horrendous fines — before an inspector shows up

Hot spots: A list of places an OSHA inspector is guaranteed to look

Which records do inspectors scrutinize most closely?

Walking through the inspection process so you'll know what to expect

Tips for avoiding the most common mistakes organizations make during OSHA inspections

What you should know about OSHA's Program Evaluation Profile

How to contest an OSHA citation — and is it worth it?

Conducting surprise self-inspections to ensure your organization is fully prepared and in compliance when OSHA comes calling

 

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Fire Prevention

Course Overview

This intermediate Fire Prevention online course is designed to help you recognize and correct construction-related fire hazards. This course will help you discover your own job site’s pre-plan emergency response for fires.

Intended Audience

This online training is intended for all construction workers, especially those who are a part of the Hazard Recognition Control Team:

Construction Workers

Construction Managers

Construction Superintendents

Construction Foremen

Learning Objectives

This online safety course will focus on fire prevention by providing numerous fire prevention safety tips. At the end of this training, you will understand how to properly plan an emergency response in order to reduce injuries and damage in the event of a fire. If practiced effectively, your job site should be eligible for a fire prevention safety grant.

Course Topics

Introduction to Job Site Fire Prevention

Emergency Response Plan

Job Site Hazards

Fire Watch

Chemical Storage

Response Equipment

Summing Up Fire Prevention

Industry Terms

Emergency Response Plan

ERT’s

OSHA

Features and Benefits

M2Safety’s Fire Prevention online safety course will help you be better prepared to eliminate fire hazards while on the construction site. When you successfully finish this online course, you will:

Understand the proper equipment needed to protect life, the environment and property in the event of a construction fire

Be able to prevent, recognize and correct fire hazards

Be able to pre-plan an effective emergency response

 

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OSHA 300 Record Keeping

Course Overview

OSHA 300 Reporting and Record Keeping for workplace injuries and illnesses is an advanced ONSITE safety course for managers. The information presented in this course is found in Title 29 of the Code of Federal Regulations, Part 1904. The primary focus of this OSHA reporting course is the importance of keeping a proper record of injuries and illness to prevent and minimize similar accidents in the future.

Intended Audience

OSHA 300 Reporting and Record Keeping is an important course for construction workers and managers who are responsible for the safety of their job site according to OSHA regulations. This includes any person responsible for completion and maintenance of OSHA forms 300, 300A and 301.

Construction Foremen

Construction Supervisors

Construction Managers

Construction Workers with safety reporting responsibilities

Learning Objectives

OSHA requires that certain employers record and track workplace-related deaths and specified injuries and illnesses. This OSHA 300 ONSITE course will provide information about keeping proper records according to OSHA’s standards. When finished with this OSHA Reporting and Record Keeping course, you will be encouraged to inform new employees on how to report an injury or illness and set up a system for reporting.

Course Topics

Overview of OSHA 300

Coverage of Rule

Recording Criteria

General Recording Criteria

Recording Needle stick and Sharp Injuries

Medical

Reporting and Record Keeping Forms

Log of Work Related Injuries and Illnesses

Summary of Work Related Injuries and Illnesses

Injury and Illness Incident Report

Reporting and Record Keeping

Features and Benefits

M2Safety’s OSHA 300 Reporting and Record Keeping ONSITE safety course teaches you that workplace safety and health can be improved by proper record-keeping. When you complete this course successfully, you will have learned:

To record injuries and illnesses in order to minimize further accidents, as employees are aware of possible hazards on the job site

To be familiar with OSHA’s record-keeping requirements for keeping records up-to-date at your workplace

How to identify and utilize the OSHA record-keeping forms 300, 300A and 301

 

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Forklift Certification

Course Overview

This certificate-level ONSITE Forklift Operator safety course focuses on the safe operation of a sit-down, counterbalanced forklift. Discover the general safety rules and driver evaluations required in order to obtain a forklift certification card. Learn which OSHA regulations have changed, and what you need to know in order to stay safe while working.

 

Note: Employer must provide hands-on training and certificate of completion. M2Safetyprovides Forklift Performance Test Form upon request.

Intended Audience

This ONSITE forklift certification training is intended for:

Fork Truck Operators

Warehouse Supervisors

Construction Managers

Construction Safety Personnel

Learning Objectives

This Forklift Operator certification ONSITE course is based on OSHA standards and covers construction of the lift, inspection criteria, operational characteristics, load handling, center of gravity and the stability of the lift, fueling, general safety rules and driver evaluations. You are encouraged to further your learning by reviewing the OSHA regulations found in the Code of Federal Regulations, Article 29, General Industry Standards, Section 1910.178, Powered Industrial Trucks.

Course Topics

Overview of Forklift Operator Certification

Regulatory Changes

Operation Examination #1

Powered Industrial Trucks: General

Counterbalanced Lift Truck

Operational Examination #2

Counterbalanced Lift Truck: Concerns

Operational Examination #3

Counterbalanced Lift Truck: Concerns II

Operational Examination #4

Equipment Operations

Operational Examination #5

Operating Environment

Operation Examination #6

Pre-shift Inspections

Operation Examination #7

Pre-shift Inspections: Part II

Operation Examination #8

Load Handling Techniques

Operation Examination #9

Operating Safety Rules and Practices

Operational Evaluations

Operation Examination #10

Summary

Case Reports

Forklift Case Study #1

Forklift Case Study #2

Forklift Case Study #3

Forklift Case Study #4

Features and Benefits

By taking M2Safetys Forklift Operator Certification ONSITE course, you will learn about a major safety device, required by OSHA, that can save any lift operator’s life. Once you have successfully completed this course, you should:

Take your required performance test given by your employer to receive a forklift operator certificate

Demonstrate knowledge and skills in lift inspection and evaluation

Be well-versed in OSHA safety guidelines for safe fork truck operations.

 

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OSHA HAZWOPER 40-Hour Course

Course Overview

The OSHA HAZWOPER 40-Hour Course provides training for workers, managers and supervisors working at a hazardous waste operations and emergency response (HAZWOPER) sites. OSHA considers training an important component for maintaining job site safety. Workers involved with removing toxic, flammable or corrosive substances, who are likely to be exposed to hazardous substances and site health hazards, must receive 40 hours of off-site HAZWOPER training.

This course is intended to meet initial training requirements found in OSHA standard 29 CFR 1910.120 for general site workers who participate in hazardous waste operations, where they may be exposed to hazardous substances and health hazards.

 

Upon successful completion of the course, each student will receive a M2Safety Certificate of Completion that provides the 4.0 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and 40 Contact Hours received for this course. M2Safety is an authorized provider of IACET CEUs.

 

Intended Audience

The M2Safety HAZWOPER ONSITE course meets the classroom training requirements for workers, managers and supervisors who participate in hazardous waste operations where they may be exposed to hazardous substances and health hazards, specifically:

General site workers involved with removing toxic, flammable or corrosive substances who are likely to be exposed to hazardous substances and site health hazards over permissible and published exposure limits and who are required to wear respirators on the job site

On-site supervisors and managers who are in charge of general site workers engaged in hazardous waste operations should take this course to fulfill the 40-hour OSHA training

Learning Objectives

Following this training the student should be able to identify important principles with regard to:

Contents of the OSHA Hazwoper standard, including the standard’s five appendices

Site safety and health programs, such as a site-specific safety and health plan and a medical surveillance program

Identifying, evaluating, and controlling the five major categories of hazards at a Hazwoper site: chemical health, chemical physical, physical safety, biological and ergonomic hazards

Respiratory hazard and protection basics, including requirements for medical surveillance and respiratory protection programs

Responding to emergencies at hazardous waste sites and to hazardous substance releases

Hazwoper training requirements

Site characterization, site control and a hazard communication program

Elements of the Hazard Communication Standard (HCS)

Materials handling, and handling drums and container

Decontaminating personnel and equipment

Hazwoper requirements for a treatment, storage, and disposal (TSD) facility, as regulated under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976 (RCRA)

Selecting, inspecting, using and maintaining respirators

Selecting and using personal protective equipment (PPE) and chemical protective clothing

Detectors and monitors at a hazardous waste site

Excavations, including soil analysis, sloping, benching and shoring

Features and Benefits

Provides 40-hour training in compliance with 29 CFR 1910.120(e)(3)(i) for general site workers and 1910.120(e)(4) for on-site managers and supervisors

Promotes general compliance with OSHA’s HAZWOPER standard

Minimizes potential of citation and penalty by OSHA under 1910.120

Course Topics

HAZWOPER Overview and Orientation

Regulation – Definitions

Introduction to OSHA

Hazard Communication – GHS

Hazard Recognition and Control

Chemical Awareness and Toxicology

Safety and Health Programs

Site Characterization

Site Control

Training

Excavation Safety

Confined Spaces

Compressed Gas Cylinders

Focus Four Fall Protection

Focus Four Electrocution Hazards

Focus Four Struck-By Hazards

Focus Four Caught-In or -Between Hazards

Working Around Mobile Equipment

Construction Health Hazards

Ergonomics

Portable Fire Extinguishers

Heat and Cold Stress

Hand and Power Tools

Materials Handling

Handling Drums and Containers

Decontamination

Illumination, Sanitation, and New Technology

HAZWOPER at RCRA Sites

HAZWOPER Appendices

Medical Surveillance

Respiratory Protection

Respiratory Protection Basics

Respirator Types

Respirator Fit Testing

Respirator Maintenance and Care

Respiratory Protection Medical Evaluations

Respirator Voluntary Use

Respirator Donning, Doffing, and User Seal Check

Exposure Monitoring

PPE

PPE Levels of Protection

Chemical Protective Clothing

Emergency Response

Emergency Response for Hazardous Waste Sites

Emergency Response for Hazardous Substance Release

Emergency Response Practical Considerations

Excavations

Soils Analysis

Practical Applications

Industry Terms

HAZWOPER

Clean-up Operation

Decontamination

Emergency Response

Hazardous Materials Response (HAZMAT)

Hazardous Waste

Hazardous Substances as defined in 40 CFR 261.3 and 49 CFR 171.8.

Hazardous Waste Operations

Based On OSHA’s Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) Standard as found in 29 CFR 1910.120

 

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Office Ergonomics

Course Overview

In this intermediate ONSITE safety course, you can expect to learn ergonomics safety according to Federal OSHA standards. This course focuses on injury and ergonomics awareness to prevent medical disorders caused by back strain, cumulative trauma and repetitive motions. This course will provide you with the tools that you need in order to look for the symptoms, know the common hazards and promote good ergonomics in the workplace.

Intended Audience

This Ergonomics awareness ONSITE course is designed for construction workers and managers who are responsible for the safety of their job site according to OSHA regulations:

Construction Foremen

Construction Supervisors

Construction Workers

Learning Objectives

In this ONSITE safety course, we will teach you about office ergonomics safety and how to recognize and prevent ergonomic injuries and illnesses. You will also become familiar with hazards evaluation practices and how to control hazards on the job site. When finished with this course, you will have been provided with the resources needed to deal with ergonomic hazards and know how to monitor yourself and coworkers for symptoms of injury.

Course Topics

Introduction to Ergonomics

Ergonomic Injuries and Illnesses

Hazards Recognition

Hazards Evaluation

Hazard Control

Ergonomics at the Computer

Ergonomics at the Construction Site

Ergonomics: Summing Up

Features and Benefits

By taking M2Safety’s Ergonomics ONSITE safety course, you will learn the importance of applying ergonomic principles on the job. Upon successful completion of this course, you will:

Be aware of common hazards and exposure patterns

Understand the benefits of employing good ergonomics

Use a safety checklist to ensure you remain a healthy and productive worker

 

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