The Subpart D Occupational Health/Environmental Controls for Construction online training from OSHA Education School is an intermediate-level safety course designed to review Occupational Health as established by OSHA Subpart D for Construction. Additionally, participants can expect to cover the requirements for medical services and first aid, sanitation, occupational noise exposure, ionizing radiation, airborne contaminants, illumination, and ventilation.
OSHA Education School’s Subpart D Occupational Health/Environmental Controls for Construction safety course addresses the primary functions of hazard communication (HazCom) and how to read material safety data sheets (MSDS) as established by Subpart D. Participants can expect a thorough overview of general health and environmental requirements for construction, as well. Specific course topics include the following:
Overview of Subpart D
Overview of Subpart D Occupational Health Environmental Controls
Introduction to medical services
Exposures and controls
Specific industry terms covered throughout the course include the following: