Struck-by & Caught-in Between Hazard Recognition Training (1 hr) Online

$20.00

The construction industry is inherently plagued by struck–by and caught–in–between hazards. Statistics show that these two types of occupational hazards are among the four leading causes of construction–related fatalities and injuries. Aside from being part of the “Fatal Four” in construction work, it’s no surprise that struck–by and caught–in–between hazards are also associated with the most frequently cited violations in the industry. That’s why the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) strongly recommends hazard recognition training for construction workers and personnel.

Description

This mobile compatible course provides an overview of construction-related incidents of workers who have been struck by and caught in between hazards. It identifies the types of operations that most often cause these hazards. Additionally, this course discusses the engineering controls that should be followed and lists the personal protective equipment (PPE) that should be used to limit or eliminate injuries resulting from being struck by and caught in between hazards.

Topics Covered

  • Recognize activities that most often lead to struck-by and caught-in-between injuries on the jobsite.
  • Identify and explain the practices and procedures that can be put in place to prevent struck-by and caught-in-between injuries.
  • Indicate personal protective equipment that can mitigate or prevent struck-by and caught-in-between injuries.
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Description

Description

This mobile compatible course provides an overview of construction-related incidents of workers who have been struck by and caught in between hazards. It identifies the types of operations that most often cause these hazards. Additionally, this course discusses the engineering controls that should be followed and lists the personal protective equipment (PPE) that should be used to limit or eliminate injuries resulting from being struck by and caught in between hazards.

 

Topics Covered

  • Recognize activities that most often lead to struck-by and caught-in-between injuries on the jobsite.
  • Identify and explain the practices and procedures that can be put in place to prevent struck-by and caught-in-between injuries.
  • Indicate personal protective equipment that can mitigate or prevent struck-by and caught-in-between injuries.