Ladder Safety

Ladder Safety

Overview The foreman needs you to perform work on the second story of a construction project. The second story is 15 feet from the ground. Put on your safety gear then work with your co-worker to determine which ladder is the best for the job. Calculate the length the...
Electrical Hazards

Electrical Hazards

Overview The foreman has asked you to perform an electrical hazards inspection. Electrocution is the third most deadly type of accident in the construction industry. Walk around the jobsite and look carefully for any type of electrical hazard. Then see the...
Scaffolding

Scaffolding

Overview The foreman has asked you to perform a scaffolding inspection. Scaffolds must be inspected daily before any workers may use them. Walk around the job site and identify different scaffolding hazards. Then see the consequences of your actions and how they...
Trenching and Excavation

Trenching and Excavation

Overview The fatality rate for excavation work is 112% higher than the rate of general construction. Avoid trenching and excavation accidents by identifying different hazards around the jobsite from toxic atmospheres to improper ladder placement. See the consequences...
Fall Protection

Fall Protection

Overview Falls are the number one fatal accident on the worksite.?Learn to protect yourself from falls by visiting a two-story construction project! Talk with the foreman and get your PFAS from the jobsite trailer. Tagout defective PFASs or don them if you think they...

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