This Contractor Safety online training course explores the differences among, and the health and safety responsibilities of supervisors, constructors, contractors and employers. It provides clear definitions, and outlines roles and responsibilities concerning all contractor activities including establishing health & safety programs; providing tools and PPE; hazard identification, risk assessment and control; lockout tagout; confined space entry; work practices around contaminants; and incident reporting.
Course Learning Objectives:
By taking this online Contractor Safety course, the user will learn:
- Explain the differences among, and the health and safety responsibilities of supervisors, constructors, contractors and employers.
- Outline what constitutes a "construction project".
- Define the term "prime Contractor".
- Describe the employer's and contractor's responsibilities for health and safety programs.
- Identify who is responsible for hazard identification, risk assessment and control.
- Recall who has responsibility for providing tools and equipment as well as Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
- Describe a contractor's responsibility with regard to lockout tagout, confined space entry, work practices around contaminants and incident reporting.
This online Contractor Safety course is made up of the following sections:
- Health and Safety Information.
- Construction Projects
- Health and Safety Programs and Communication
- Rules and Regulations
This Contractor Safety online training course was designed for site supervisors, constructors, contractors and employers.
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