The Emergency Action/Response for Construction training from OSHA Education School is an online training designed to teach participants how to anticipate and respond to potential emergency events including spills, releases or potential releases of hazardous materials. It is essential for site workers to be able to immediately respond to emergency hazards, so this intermediate-level online training provides in-depth knowledge regarding controlling actions vital to prevent or minimize exposure, illness, injury, or environmental change.
OSHA Education School’s Emergency Action/Response for Construction online training course is designed to familiarize participants with a broad knowledge of hazardous materials and appropriate emergency response. Additionally, the course covers preventative measures that may minimize exposure to both health and safety hazards. As such, specific course topics include the following:
Eight basic emergency response steps
Recognizing and evaluating potential hazards
Hazard control methods
Emergency response actions
Specific industry terms discussed throughout the duration of the course include the following:
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