The Communicating with Spanish-Speaking Workers for Construction online course from OSHA Education School is an advanced-level training designed for English-speaking supervisors working with Spanish-speaking workers on the construction site. Participants can expect basic techniques, pronunciation guidelines, and Spanish phrases that will aid effective communication regarding construction safety on the jobsite.
NOTICE: This training is not intended to teach Spanish as a foreign language, but rather highlight common communication pitfalls and offer guidance to aid supervisors in creating a safe and effective work environment.
OSHA Education School’s Communicating with Spanish-Speaking Workers for Construction online training offers words, phrases, and topics used by OSHA safety and health regulations for construction. Focusing on how to effectively communicate and mitigate risk, participants will learn to better work with Spanish-speaking employees to maintain overall safety and health. Specific course topics include the following:
Overview of communicating with Spanish-speaking workers
Common communication issues
Personal protective equipment (PPE)
Welding, cutting, and fire prevention
Hand and power tools
Scaffolds, ladders, and stairways
Cranes, vehicles, and equipment
Concrete and masonry
Health and HazCom
Specific industry terms addressed within the course include the following:
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