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Who Should Attend
Individuals from the field, foremen, superintendents, subcontractors, general contractors, and anyone new to the industry. It is also beneficial for those wanting to broaden their general understanding of the industry and the importance of safety.
This is one of 10 courses in our Construction Superintendent Certificate program (Super Cert). Super Cert courses are offered independent of one another, therefore registration for this class is open to all.
This 3-session course covers the supervisor’s role in job site safety, the true cost of accidents, and how to train and involve all employees in job safety.
Day one covers Foundations for Safety Leadership. Based on the Center for Construction Research and Training, this section provides participants with the skills and information they need to become effective safety leaders who are able to create a strong jobsite safety climate. The remaining two classes are based of NCCER curriculum.
Safety responsibilities of supervisors
Determining the real cost of accidents, including direct and indirect costs
Identifying the basic components of a safety program
Explaining how to conduct a safety inspection and employee observation
Describing how to confront and deal with a worker who was observed performing an unsafe act
Explaining how to perform an accident investigation and complete the necessary report forms
Identifying the components of effective safety meetings
Defining qualified person and competent person
Managing OSHA safety inspections
This course uses NCCER Curriculum-nationally recognized instruction materials for the construction Industry. Learn more at www.nccer.org
NOTE: This is not an OSHA 10 Hour Outreach class ... This class is focused on creating, managing and enforcing safety policies within your organization while adding a layer of understanding and skill for even those with OSHA’s 30 Hour Outreach training.