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Construction - Safety Plans, Videos & Training

We recommend the following OSHA safety plans, videos, and training programs to help make your company compliant with the required OSHA Government standards for Construction Safety.

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  1. Abrasive Wheel Machine Safety PowerPoint Training Course for OSHA Compliance
  2. Aerial Lift Safety PowerPoint Training Course for OSHA Compliance
  3. Aerial Lifts in Industrial and Construction Environments Video
  4. Aerial Work Platforms Safety Video

    Aerial Work Platforms Safety Video

    Regular Price: $274.00

    Special Price: $249.00

  5. Asbestos Awareness Video

    Asbestos Awareness Video

    Regular Price: $274.00

    Special Price: $249.00

  6. Asbestos Safety for Construction PowerPoint Training Course for OSHA Compliance
  7. Basic Construction Safety Computer Based Training Course for OSHA Compliance
  8. Basic Construction Safety Online Safety Training for OSHA Compliance
  9. Cadmium Safety for Employees PowerPoint Training Course for OSHA Compliance
  10. Chemical Safety Combo-Pack (7 DVDs)

    Chemical Safety Combo-Pack (7 DVDs)

    Regular Price: $903.00

    Special Price: $679.00

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About Construction Safety Training for OSHA and NIOSH Compliance

OSHA breaks down industries into catagories, General industry is one of them. another one is Maritime. The one we are concerned about on this page is Safety in the "Construction Industry" OSHA 29 CFR 1926.  It would be difficult to gather everything under one roof like a one size fits all safety catagory. It would be like your Mother telling you to "be careful out there"  So Mom what do you mean? The construction industry has a unique set of Hazards that deserve special attention. It outlines these hazards and how do identify them including asbestos awareness, compressed air or gases, use of telehandlers, trenching and shoring safety, steel construction, roofing, fall protection, the list is almost inexhaustible. Almost 30% of all fatal injuries are attributable to the construction industry, so you can see how important proper safety training is when it comes down to bringing them home alive.