Top 5 Employment Issues in Construction

Tanya Haun

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Course Description:

  1. Introduction
    • Why keep OSHA records? – Federal mandatory requirements
    • Understanding the OSHA inspection process – the use of documents for defense of inspections and citations
  2. Recording Requirements
    • 10 or more employees
    • Work-related injury or illness – a review of the types of injuries that are recordable incidents
    • Necessary forms – how to properly fill out required forms and maintain them for OSHA purposes
      • i. OSHA 300
      • ii .. OSHA 301
      • iii. OSHA 300-A
    • Defense document retention – discussion of documentation needed to support affirmative defenses to OSHA citations
      • Safety training – OSHA 10 and 30 hour courses, HAZWOPER, and other OSHA certifications
      • Disciplinary records – evidence of a history of safety manual enforcement
      • Toolbox talks and seminars – evidence of in-house training
      • SDS and manufacturers’ recommendations – the importance of retaining installation instructions and product specifications
      • Miscellaneous safety documentation – insurance documents, audits, and safety reviews
  3. Reporting Requirements
    • Fatality – report if fatality occurs within 30 days of incident and within 8 hours of employer knowledge
    • Hospitalization – in-patient requirement
    • Eye loss and amputation – examples of reportable injuries
    • Failure to report penalties – sanctions for failure to report
  4. Future Reporting Requirements
    • State and federal agency – interplay between other entities and OSHA
    • Proposed changes to reporting requirements
  5. Conclusion
    • Increased Government Intervention – the expansion of Federal agency action in construction and the impact that has on the industry
    • Using Document Reporting and Recording Requirements – business advantages to following the rules

1.0 Hour – Business Practices

Instructor: Ricky Blystone

This course is approved for:

  • FL Fire Protection Contractor 1, 2, 4, & 5
  • Fire Equipment Dealers A, B, C + D
  • Fire Equipment Permits 1 & 4
  • Water Based Inspector

This course requires that a minimum total time of 60 minutes is spent in the coursework. When you are in a lesson, you must complete the video content before you will be permitted to proceed to the next video.

The lessons are set to a minimum time but you can take as much time as you need beyond that.