Cal-OSHA Cal-OSHA This course explains the standards of Cal-OSHA for various potential hazards and covers legalities of the Federal OSHA act with regard to prevention and elimination of work-related fatalities and injuries. 2018-10-10 640 400


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This course explains the standards of Cal-OSHA for various potential hazards and covers legalities of the Federal OSHA act with regard to prevention and elimination of work-related fatalities and injuries. After an overview, the course discusses detailed information about employer-employee rights and responsibilities for handling emergencies, holding inspections, reporting, and record keeping for any accidents as per law. This is particularly useful for construction professionals involved in masonry and electrical work with exposure to hazards like fire, falls, operational accidents and electrical shock. Additionally, you will gain a greater understanding of OSHA regulations for safe use of scaffolding, ladders, fire extinguishers, power tools and more in the State of California.

Cal-OSHA Course Objectives

  • Understand who Cal-DOSH is.
  • Describe the Federal Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Act.
  • Identify the different types of Cal-OSHA violations.
  • Explain how Cal-OSHA conducts inspections.
  • Understand Cal-OSHA’s regulatory requirements.
  • Understand employers’ and workers’ rights.
  • Know the responsibilities of the employer and employee in the workplace.
  • Know the types of access you have to your medical records.
  • Know the proper way to implement emergency plans.
  • Identify factors that pose a hazard to employees working in excavations.
  • Learn how to protect employees from cave-ins.
  • Understand the role of a competent person at an excavation site.
  • Explore other related issues associated with excavations.
  • Introduce the Cal-OSHA regulations which provide the information for cranes and riggings.
  • Become familiar with the different types of cranes and hoists.
  • Cover the procedures for proper inspection and maintenance.
  • Establish the guidelines for proper equipment testing and load rating capacities.
  • Outline the proper procedures for crane operators and co-workers.
  • Outline regulations for load handling and handling equipment.
  • Understand Cal-OSHA standards related to stairways and ladders.
  • Find out methods of protection from stairways and ladders hazards.
  • Explore safety guidelines and requirements of stairways and ladders used at construction sites.
  • Study training and other essential factors associated with stairways and ladders.
  • Identify the various classifications of scaffolds.
  • Understand the basic Cal-OSHA safety requirements.
  • Learn the measures that can be taken to ensure safe working conditions on a scaffold.
  • Learn about falls in the workplace.
  • Identify preventative measures to avoid falls.
  • Understand the duty to have fall protection.
  • Identify and understand fall protection systems.
  • Learn how to develop a fall protection plan.
  • Learn how to inspect fall protection equipment.
  • Understand Cal-OSHA standards and rules associated with hand and power tools.
  • Explore guarding techniques or principles that apply to hand and power tools.
  • Identify the precautions that are essential for safe use of hand and power tools.
  • Understand post-tensioning operations requirements.
  • Identify the requirements relating to working under loads.
  • Understand the requirements concerned with Personal Protective Equipment.
  • Identify and understand the lockout/tagout procedures requirements.
  • Understand the requirements relating to pre-cast concrete.
  • Understand 8 CCR 1720 masonry construction.
  • Understand electricity.
  • Understand the electrical hazards.
  • Understand how electricity works.
  • Know about the electrical injuries.
  • Understand how to control electrical hazards.
  • Understand grounding.
  • Know about the power tools requirements.
  • Understand locking out and tagging out of the circuits.
  • Understand safety-related work practices.
  • Know about electrical training.
  • Recognize different types of fires and fire extinguishers.
  • Understanding fire related injuries and their immediate remedies.
  • Comprehend fire protection systems of protection and evacuation during fire.
  • Diagnosing evacuation plans and preparing for emergencies.

Course Information

$59 $53.00

Course Duration: hr

Course Delivery Method: Online

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