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Signaling Training

Communication at every jobsite is essential to ensuring the safety of all employees. This test describes the four types of signaling that can be utilized to provide specific directives when operating equipment.

Objectives:

  • Identify four types of signaling that can be utilized at a jobsite
  • Become familiar with the qualifications of a Signal Person and when their skills are required
  • Develop an understanding of the application of the types of signals used and how they apply to equipment operation
  • Exhibit competency in identifying hand signals that are displayed on the Hand Signal Chart

Content/Test Creator: Safety Professionals LLC

Soil Mechanics

The ability to identify and classify different types of soil composition is essential to ensuring employee safety on specific jobsites. This test will describe the various types of soil, the responsibilities of the competent person in regard to soil classification, and the safety standards required when working with particular soil types.

Objectives:

  • Identify different soil types and classification systems
  • Defines the role and responsibilities of the Competent Person in relation to the jobsite
  • Identifies soil related jobsite hazards

Content/Test Creator: Safety Professionals LLC

Spill Prevention and Hazardous Waste Control

Working with any type of hazardous waste can present a number of safety hazards if not handled correctly. This test will describe types of wastes that may be encountered, how they should be safely contained, and the appropriate response actions to be implemented in the event of a release of hazardous contaminants.

Objectives:

  • Identify types of wastes and their characteristics - solid, hazardous, universal, used oil
  • Become familiar with handling, storage and containment requirements to be utilized for hazardous waste
  • Recognize types of contaminants and the correct Spill Response Actions to be implemented if they are released
  • Identify necessary training and record keeping to be implemented in regard to spill prevention and hazardous waste control

Content/Test Creator: Safety Professionals LLC

Stairs and Ladder Safety

This test is designed to introduce workers to the fundamentals of Stairway and Ladder Safety. In addition to identifying potential hazards, information regarding use, placement, and care in handling stairways and ladders will be identified.

Objectives:

  • Recognize potential hazards related to stairways and ladders and protective measures that can be utilized to prevent injuries
  • Describe the proper construction, use, placement, and care in handling stairways and ladders
  • Identify how to choose the best ladder or stairway for a given job
  • Develop knowledge of OSHA and ANSI standards in relation to ladder and stairway safety in construction

Content/Test Creator: Safety Professionals LLC

Stairs and Ladder Safety (Spanish)

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Objectives:

  • Objectives are not available

Content/Test Creator: Safety Professionals LLC

Sub-Contractor Management Plan

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Objectives:

  • Objectives are not available

Content/Test Creator: Safety Professionals LLC

Table Saw Safety

Operating any machinery can present a number of risks. This is particularly the case when operating table saws. This test will provide information on the essential safeguards and safety measures that should be implemented when operating and or working around table saws.

Objectives:

  • Identify safety protocols to be utilized when operating table saws
  • Recognize different types of guards and safety signs that should be utilized with table saw operation
  • Become familiar with injuries and hazards that are associated with improper and unsafe use of table saws

Content/Test Creator: Safety Professionals LLC

Table Saw Safety - SPANISH

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Objectives:

  • Objectives are not available

Content/Test Creator: Safety Professionals LLC

Traffic Control

Every work zone situation is different and should be adequately assessed to determine the traffic control needed to ensure worker and motorist safety. This test will describe the fundamentals of traffic control considerations, work zone signage, flagging procedures and proper equipment to be utilized when maintaining the flow and direction of traffic in specific work zone areas.

Objectives:

  • 1. Describe the fundamental purpose of traffic control as it relates to worker and motorist safety
  • 2. Identify the role of a flagger and the skills needed to perform their traffic control responsibilities
  • 3. Obtain basic knowledge of work zone signage, placement, and proper use in work zone settings
  • 4. Recognize OSHA's role and standards as they relate to road safety, equipment, and apparel that are required to ensure worker and motorist safety

Content/Test Creator: Safety Professionals LLC

Trenching and Excavation

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Objectives:

  • Identify common hazards of an excavation site
  • Define different types of trenching and excavation protective systems
  • Identify factors for developing adequately designed trenching and excavation protective systems
  • Develop knowledge of soil types, classifications and the required protective systems to be utilitzed

Content/Test Creator: Safety Professionals LLC