Topic: OSHA’s Focus Four – Top Construction Injuries, Citations, and How to Avoid Them

What You Will Learn:

  • OSHA’s Focus Four
  • OSHA’s most frequently cited standards in construction
  • An employer’s responsibility regarding training and hazard recognition
  • How to keep workers informed & trained to avoid injuries on the construction job-sites
  • How to stay in compliance, avoid citations and provide a safe and healthy workplace
  • Additional resources you can use on the jobsite

Paul Satti
Paul Satti is the technical director of projects and research at the Construction Safety Council with over 20 years of experience applying safety and health management systems. Paul holds a Master’s Degree in Industrial Management from Northern Illinois University, is a Certified Safety Professional and Construction Health and Safety Technologist by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals and an authorized OSHA outreach trainer for construction. Paul has authored a number of student and technical manuals in construction safety and brings a wide scope of knowledge to the class.

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Topic: Navigating the Silica Standard: Resources to Help

What You Will Learn:

  1. Overview of the key provisions
  2. How to quickly find the latest information on a one-stop site devoted to silica
  3. How to use a free online planning tool that will help them comply with the requirement for an exposure control plan
  4. Resources to help implement table 1
  5. Resource to help them understand and comply with the medical surveillance requirement
  6. Access to training resources
  7. What’s new beyond CPWR resources

Eileen Betit is the Research to Practice Director at CPWR-The Center for Construction Research and Training. She has more than 30 years of experience working with construction industry stakeholders to address safety and health concerns and developing related communications materials and products.  Since 2010, she has focused on expanding the role of industry stakeholders in the development and dissemination of tools and resources to increase the use of evidence-based safety and health interventions on construction sites.

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