If you register for three-days of education in any combination of one- or two-day seminars or a three-day seminar, you will receive a discount of $25 off of all other seminars.
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February 14, 2008 - 0.7 CEUs, 1.0 Safety CM Points #08-2214, 0.1 CHMM CMP
Designed for the construction safety professional, this seminar will identify the differences between general industry and construction, relative to hazard identification and control. It will also touch on the most common construction hazards, safety and health programs, hazard communication, personal protective equipment, fire prevention and protection, heavy equipment, traffic control, welding, electrical, scaffolding, training, fall protection, recordkeeping and more.
· Recognize the most common construction exposures and develop solutions for each issue
· Understand that it is impossible to be in compliance with the law
· Define critical
· Identify critical issues relative to OSHA standards and to preventing injury, illness, and death in construction
· Share the good, bad and ugly of personal experiences
Instructor(s): Kimlee Lindgren - Compliance Officer, Cal/OSHA, Santa Ana, CA