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A confined space is defined as an area that is large enough that an employee can enter, work, has a limited means of entry or exit and is not designed for continuous occupancy. As part of this course the participants will: Identify the four categories of hazards of confined spaces, Describe examples...

The focus of the class will be curb ramps in the public right-of-way. Design elements such as width, cross slope, grade and surface necessary for achieving accessibility in the public right-of-way will be reviewed. The requirements for detectable warning surfaces at the base of curb ramps will be described....

This presentation is designed to help civil engineering based staff to understand electrical project components on a typical rural or urban construction project. It will provide a solid foundation for field inspectors and engineers so that they can confidently provide quality assurance/inspection reviews....

Job Safety Analysis (virtual learning)

An important tool for identifying and reducing hazards in any industry; a job hazard analysis (JHA), also called a job safety analysis (JSA), is a technique to identify the dangers of specific tasks in order to reduce the risk of injury to workers. This presentation will discuss the following items...

This version of OSHA 10-Hour video conference was developed for transportation staff. The program focuses on the hazards and situations that roadway construction and maintenance workers face every day. A certification card is NOT issued with this course since it is not a face-to-face presentation. During...

Did you know that you are nearly 10 times more likely to suffer a debilitating injury away from work than you are while at work? The injury causes are the same as in the workplace—electric shock, falls, chemical exposure and others. Even though we have been trained to recognize these hazards, why...

Many communities in the U.S. were not designed for pedestrian and bicycle travel. However, today, walkability and bikeability are important for active transportation and are indicators of a livable community. Accommodating pedestrians and bicyclists must be done safely. Each year, over 5,000 pedestrians...

This presentation will focus on identifying the requirements associated with Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and its use. We will identify the common uses/needs for PPE and explain the general requirements related to PPE, including employer and employee responsibilities, inspection and serviceability...

Construction and maintenance staff responsible for work zone safety face the challenge of providing a safe workplace. Highway and street construction presents a complex work situation in which workers face multiple injury risks under conditions that may change without warning. Technology has become...

This is a comprehensive program developed to minimize runover and backover incidents in roadway work zones. Course materials cover most information needed to develop and implement Internal Traffic Control Plans (ITCPs) on roadway construction sites as the primary means to reduce runovers and backovers....

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