The Concrete and Masonry for Construction online safety course from OSHA Education School is designed to review OSHA Subpart Q requirements established to protect individuals on the construction site from the premature removal of formwork, the failure to brace masonry walls, the failure to support precast panels, the inadvertent operation of equipment, and the failure to guard reinforcing steel. Participants can expect the course to teach the health hazards and necessary control information, including skin, eye, and inhalation.
OSHA Education School’s Concrete and Masonry for Construction online training focuses on the general safety and health requirements associated with concrete masonry construction. Particular course objectives include recognizing, evaluating, and controlling associated work hazards. Specific course topics include the following:
Overview of concrete and masonry
Equipment and tools
Lift slab operations
Concrete and masonry health
Specific industry terms covered throughout the course include the following: