Take Our Construction Safety Course

Published On May 23, 2019 | By admin | Business

When you are about to start working on a construction site for the first time, or even if you’re an experienced construction professional, it helps to be educated about common hazards that are found on construction sites. This will help you prevent accidents and injuries to yourself and others and help to keep the quality of the work being done top-notch and on schedule. Our construction safety course is available both in Spanish and English, and it covers a wide variety of safety-related information for construction workers.

Our course is BPI-recognized for five CEU credits, and it is NATE-approved for 6 NATE continuing education hours. This course offers entry-level construction, weatherization, and insulation professionals with the information they need to be aware of potential hazards on the job site. It covers many safety and health hazards, and it emphasizes identifying hazards, avoidance, control, and prevention.

The course includes 4 hours of online training with a video instructor. Students have access to the course for 90 days. The material is available 24/7 from any device with an internet connection. Students can review the information as often as they want to make sure they feel comfortable with certain concepts before they move on.

Additionally, students have access to their instructors by phone and email. If they have any questions, they can simply contact them through either channel to ensure that they get their questions answered as soon as possible in order to solidly understand the material. The course fees also include a study guide, our satisfaction guarantee, and a certificate of completion.

Construction workers should take this course to help make sure that they and those around them stay safe on the job site. They will be better able to identify potentially dangerous situations. This online multimedia training helps them and their employers save the cost of travel, time, and lost revenue by allowing them to study when it’s convenient for them.

The course covers a variety of topics, including electrical hazards, hand and power tools, pressurized equipment/air compressor, lockout/tag out, confined spaces, elevated work surfaces, fork lifts, cranes, lifting, vehicle and transportation safety, fire protection and safety, occupational noise, temperatures (heat stress), slips and trips, personal protective equipment, and more.

This construction safety course is available right now, and workers can start anytime they are ready. If you have any questions about how the course works, get in touch with us, and we’ll be happy to help.

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