The OSHA 10-Hour Construction course offered by Safety Counselling will prepare workers to identify health and safety issues on the job site and provide them with the knowledge necessary to alleviate hazards and avoid potential injury. Workers will be informed of their rights, the responsibilities of their employer and how to file complaints with OSHA.

Taking the OSHA 10-Hour Construction course, in a classroom setting here in Albuquerque, workers are able to interact with teachers and other students and have their questions answered immediately by people with construction industry experience.

Who is the OSHA 10-Hour Construction course for?

Construction Workers
Anyone required to have an OSHA 10-Hour Card
Job Site Inspectors
Supervisors and Foreman
Company Owners
Architects

What will be covered?

Introduction to OSHA
History
The role OSHA plays in the workplace
Worker’s rights
Employer Responsibilities

OSHA Focus Four Hazards

Falls
Electrocution
Struck By
Caught-In or Between

PPE – Personal Protective and Lifesaving Equipment
Health Hazards in the Construction Industry

Electives (Two or more)

Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Elevators and Conveyors
Excavations
Material Handling, Storage, Use and Disposal
Scaffolds
Stairways and Ladders
Tools – Hand and Power

What happens at the end of the course?

Upon successful completion of the OSHA 10-Hour Construction Course at Safety Counseling, workers will receive their OSHA 10-Hour Card. They will be aware of their rights and protections, be aware of federal OSHA standards as well as New Mexico State OSHA standards, and most importantly, be properly prepared to identify and abate workplace safety and health hazards.

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In our classroom you will have more fun with your peers and teachers than you would in a lonely online class. You are also more likely to finish the OSHA 10-Hour Construction course in time.