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CSTS-09 (Construction Safety Training System)

This course is designed for the individual worker and is offered through an eLearning, high media based, computer system. The training is done individually and takes, on average, 6-7 hours to complete.

 

The participant is instructed on various health & safety topics and tested for 100% mastery of content. This program gives the individual and employer the flexibility of training when and where it is most convenient.

System Requirements

CSTS-09 should perform optimally

on a computer with the

following hardware

specifications:

 

          Pentium 4, 3 GHZ

          Google Chrome

           Memory 2 GB of RAM

           Adobe Flash Player 10 or higher

         High Speed Internet Access

           Speakers or Headset

Your Worksite and the Law

Lessons & Topics Included:

•  Legislation Awareness

•  Employer Responsibility

•  Employee Responsibility

•  Training and Competency

•  Reporting Requirements

•  Communication

Personal Physical Care and Conduct

•  Fitness for Work

•  Working Outdoors

•  Fatigue Management

•  Stretching and Micro-Breaks

•  Back Care

 Personal Conduct

 Alcohol and Drugs Guidelines

•  Work Rule

Personal Protective Equipment

•  PPE Defined

•  Basic PPE

•  Classification, Storage and

•  Specialized PPE

•  Clothing

Workplace Hazards

•  Hazard Assessment

•  Causes of Workplace Hazards

•  Inspections

•  Investigations

•  Invisible Hazards

•  Confined Spaces

•  Respiratory Hazards

•  Hazard Control

Field Level Hazard Assessment

•  What is FLHA

•  STOP and Think

•  Look and Find Hazards

•  Assess Hazards

•  Controlling Hazards

•  Resume Work

WHMIS

•  Purpose of WHMIS

•  WHMIS Responsibilities

•  Labels

•  MSDS

•  Hazard Symbols

•  Protecting yourself

Worksite Conditions

•  Housekeeping / Cleaning Up

•  Slips, Trips and Falls

•  Signs and Entryways

•  Compressed Gases

Environmental Factors

•  Dealing with Releases

•  Laws and Regulations

•  Classification, Storage and Disposal

•  Safeguards

Emergency Response

•  Emergency Preparedness

•  First Aid

•  Fire Safety

•  Fire Extinguishers

•  Fighting Fires

Ladders and Scaffolding

•  Ladders

•  Portable Ladders

•  Scaffolding

•  Working from Scaffolds

Mobile Equipment

•  Responsibilities

•  Operating Procedures

•  Hazards to Beware of

•  Visibility and Traffic Control

•  Rigging and Hoisting

Machinery, Tools and Equipment

•  Inspecting Equipment

•  Electrical Tools

•  Pinch Points and Guards

•  Air Activated Tools

•  Power Actuated Tools

Excavating and Trenching

•  Potential Causes of Injury

•  Dial Before You Dig

•  Soil Types and Groups Conditions

•  Shoring, Cutbacks and Spoil Piles

Defensive Driving

•  The Basics

•  Impairments

•  Animals

•  Loading Vehicles

•  Cell Phones and Other

  Communication Devices

Fall Protection

•  Introduction to Fall Protection

•  Methods of Fall Protection

•  System Selection

•  Arrest Forces, Anchorage and

  Connectors 

•  Fully Body Harness and

  Equipment Inspection