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Sub-Contractor Management Plan

Maintaining a safe work environment requires all parties involved to share a commitment to established rules and guidelines. This test will define specific regulations that apply to contractors and their employees on the jobsite.

Objectives:

  • Identify required training and participation standards for contractor and employees
  • Develop an understanding of acceptable conduct requirements related to work performance
  • Recognize the responsibility of following PPE and job specific guidelines

Content Provider:
The Safety Pro Group - View Website

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 Provider:
The Safety Pro Group - View Website

Table Saw Safety - SPANISH

Description not available

Objectives:

  • Objectives are not available

Content Provider:
The Safety Pro Group - View Website

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 Provider:
The Safety Pro Group - View Website

Trenching and Excavation

Trenching and excavation operations can present serious hazards on a jobsite unless appropriate precautions are taken. This test will describe the OSHA safety standards that have been established to provide protective systems for trenching and excavation sites and the procedures for implementing required precautions.

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 Provider:
The Safety Pro Group - View Website

Walking Working Surfaces - Slips Trips Falls

Description not available

Objectives:

  • Objectives are not available

Content Provider:
The Safety Pro Group - View Website

Welding Brazing and Cutting

Working with welding and cutting equipment as well as compressed gas cylinders can present a number of safety hazards on a job site. This test will outline methods of protecting, training, operation, and maintenance of equipment as it relates to safe methods of performing Hot Work.

Objectives:

  • Define the process of Hot Work and describe when and how it is used.
  • Identify the safety hazards associated with Hot Work.
  • Recognize the roles and responsibilities of employees and supervisors when Hot Work is being utilized.
  • Understand the components of a Hazard Assessment and how it relates to Hazard Controls and safe work practices.
  • Identify the proper PPE to be utilized when performing Hot Work.
  • Recognize specific safety precautions to be implemented with the handling, use, and storage of compressed gas cylinders.

Content Provider:
The Safety Pro Group - View Website