Course Description:

This course will provide employees with pertinent information regarding Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements and guidelines applicable to the general and construction industry activities and operations. The goal of the course is to help participants gain an awareness level necessary to be able to describe major risks, hazards and prevention strategies. The topics that will be discussed include the recognition of major safety and health hazards in the workplace, prevention strategies that include safety and health management systems, OSHA standards with requirements and guidelines, and where to seek out resources.

This informative seminar will offer participants strategies to employ at the workplace to tackle and reduce risk, and make employees more confident and productive. The course is set up as a facilitated, interactive training program focusing on class discussions and group activities. It will provide an update on topics such as OSHA standards, policies, enforcement and regulations.

Upon completion of this course, attendees will be able to:

  • Select and use appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) in the workplace.
  • Apply basic hazard and risk assessment techniques.
  • Understand basic hazardous materials terms and labeling conventions.
    • Know how to read and understand an SDS
    • Know how to evaluate risk
    • Be able to use OSHA resources
  • Formulate an emergency response plan for workplace incidents.
  • Implement an appropriate incident command system.
  • Understand safety and health terminology and behavior.
  • Instill a culture of safety.

If you are looking for answer of these questions, you would certainly benefit by attending this seminar:

  • Under OSHA, what is the employer responsible for?
  • What were the top 10 violations to standards in 2014?
  • What are the most important definitions in the OSHA lexicon?
  • What are the penalties and how will OSHA give us a triple whammy if we get a violation?
  • How can you reduce your risk and exposure?
  • Is my workplace as safe as we can make it?
  • How can I be proactive and not wait for problems to manifest themselves?

Learning Objective:

  • Understand risk and safety in the workplace
  • Learn how this new focus on enforcement might affect your organization
  • Learn about the modules below to enhance skills, knowledge and confidence
  • Learn how OSHA defines a “competent person”
  • Learn where to go for further assistance
  • Learn how to talk with your boss about safety matters

Who will Benefit:

All construction workers working these states: Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and New York are required to complete the OSHA 10 hour training. Additionally, the following personnel will also benefit from this course:

  • Safety personnel with responsibility for OSHA compliance
  • Consultants, insurance loss control advisors, and attorneys who require OSHA training
  • Facility managers
  • Risk managers
  • Supervisors
  • Business owners
  • In house legal counsel
  • Personnel working for construction industries and companies
  • Personnel involved in manufacturing and engineering

Seminar Fee Includes:

AM-PM Tea/Coffee
Seminar Material
USB with seminar presentation
Hard copy of presentation
Attendance Certificate
$100 Gift Cert for next seminar


OSHA 10 Hour Course

Introduction to OSHA

Module Description: This module will introduce OSHA, what it stands for, and its purpose.

Objectives: On completing this module, attendees will be able to:

  • Explain the meaning of the term OSHA, where it came from, and its purpose
  • Identify the four categories of business that fall under OSHA standards
  • List the responsibilities of employers, as required by OSHA standards
  • Identify worker’s rights and responsibilities according to OSHA standards
  • Locate additional information on OSHA regulations

Crane Safety

Module Description: This module provides information on the safety concerns and necessary precautions you will need to be aware of when working around cranes.

Objectives: On completing this module, participants will be able to:

  • Identify the major causes of crane accidents
  • Describe the pre-planning that is required before using a crane
  • State the main precautions that need to be taken when working near power lines
  • Understand the importance of operator and personnel training

Materials Handling, Storage, Use

Module Description: This module covers the safety concerns and necessary precautions you need to be aware of when handling, storing, using, and disposing of materials.

Objectives: On completing this module, attendees will be able to:

  • List main injuries that occur during handling, storage, use, and disposal of materials
  • Name the ways to prevent injury when performing manual lifting
  • Identify ways to eliminate hazards that may lead to injury when using forklifts, cranes, or slings to handle materials
  • List actions that can reduce or eliminate hazards when storing, using, or disposing of materials

Welding and Cutting

Module Description: This module provides information on safety concerns and precautions when using welding and cutting equipment.

Objectives: After completing this module, the participant will be able to:

  • Describe the requirements placed on employers by the General Duty Clause
  • Demonstrate a thorough knowledge of the safe use of equipment associated with gas welding and cutting
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the safe use of equipment associated with arc welding and cutting properly
  • Describe the various methods of ventilation and protection used in various working environments
  • Describe the dangers associated with both chemical and physical agents when welding and cutting

Hand and Power Tools

Module Description: This module will cover how to Start Safe and Stay Safe while using hand and power tools.

Objectives: After completing this module, participants will be able to:

  • List the hand and power tool safety rules
  • Identify the precautions essential to the safe use of different types of tools
  • Name the guarding techniques that apply to hand and power tools


Module Description: This module provides information on safety concerns and precautions needed when using scaffolds.

Objectives: After completing this module, the participant will be able to:

  • List and define the basic types of scaffolds
  • List the five major hazards associated with working on scaffolds
  • Demonstrate a thorough understanding of different kinds of fall protection equipment, as well as the different situations in which each type is required
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the regulations for safely working on scaffolds
  • Describe the responsibilities of a competent person in relation to scaffolds

Walking-Working Surfaces

Module Description: This module provides information on the safety concerns and precautions associated with various walking and working surfaces.

Objectives: After completing this module, the participant will be able to:

  • Describe the environments in which OSHA’s standards for walking working surfaces do and do not apply
  • Describe the general requirements for the maintenance of walking working surfaces
  • Define the terms floor opening, floor hole, and wall opening and describe the various methods for guarding them and other walking working surface conditions


Module Description: This module provides information on the safety concerns and precautions when working in and around excavations.

Objectives: After completing this module, the participant will be able to:

  • dentify the greatest risk present at an excavation site
  • Recognize the three methods of protecting employees from cave-ins
  • Name three hazards to people working in excavation areas and ways to eliminate them
  • Describe the function of a competent worker at an excavation site

Stairways and Ladders

Module Description: This module provides information on the safety concerns and precautions associated with various types of stairways and ladders.

Objectives: After completing this module, the participant will be able to:

  • Describe the different types of ladders
  • Describe the safety guidelines and requirements for ladders used at a construction site
  • Describe the different types of stairs
  • Describe the safety guidelines and requirements for stairways used at a construction site

Electrical Safety

Module Description: This module covers the safety concerns and necessary precautions you will need to be aware of when working with electricity.

Objectives: After completing this module, attendees will be able to:

  • Describe the types of injuries that can result from contact with electricity
  • Identify the warning signs that suggest electrical hazard exists
  • List common electrical hazards found at construction sites
  • Identify methods to protect against electrical hazards

Fall Protection and Prevention

Module Description: This module provides information about the working conditions that require fall prevention and the options available to protect workers from falls.

Objectives: After completing this module, the participant will be able to:

  • Explain the importance of fall prevention
  • Determine what causes falls in the workplace
  • List the factors that affect the severity of injuries from a fall
  • Identify dangerous walking-working surfaces
  • Recognize methods of fall prevention including guard rails, personal arrest systems and safety nets
  • Describe the responsibilities of a competent person in relation to fall protection

Course Outline:

Day 1 (8:30 AM – 4:30 PM) Day 2 (8:30 AM – 4:30 PM)
  • 8:30 – 9:00 AM: Registration
  • 9:00 AM: Session Start Time
  • Introduction
    • Right to Know
    • New changes
    • Targeted Enforcement
  • General Safety
    • Health hazards
  • Hazcom
  • GHS
    • Hazardous Materials
    • Cranes
  • Rigging
  • Signalling
  • Focus Four
    • Struck by, and caught between
    • Fall Prevention
    • PPE’s
  • Hand and Power Tools
    • Ladders, steps and stairways
    • Test

Meet Your Instructor:

Gregory Pattison
Senior Vice President, GLP Systems

Greg Pattison is a Vice President and Senior Trainer and OSHA CFR 29 1910—General Industry and 1926--Construction. Mr. Pattison was a trainer for Fred Pryor and offered general safety trainings throughout the U.S. His entertaining and informative style offer audiences knowledge that builds critical concepts and understanding to comply with the safe workplace.

He has taught over 1,000’s of workers with organizations such as AGC, Department of Energy, FBI, TVA, Exxon, Hess, Hayward Baker, Army Corp of Engineers, Atlanta Demolition, AMEC and Tetra Tech to name just a few.

Audiences like the hands-on exercises that reinforce learning and Greg always provides materials after each training program that attendees can take back and use immediately.

Mr. Pattison also comes with a lot of experience training large numbers of police officers, firefighters, emergency management, search and rescue, immigration officials and other security personnel in Middle East. He has reviewed Occupational and Health standards based on U.S. OSHA and helped translate the Emergency Response Guide (ERG) into Arabic.

He has certifications in CFP, Radiation Safety Officer, DOT Hazardous Materials, IATA, HAZWOPER, Fall Protection, RCRA, General Safety, and asbestos abatement.

Areas of deep knowledge include; Demolition, Power Transmission and Distribution, Toxic and Hazardous Substances, Process Safety Management, Army Corp of Engineers Site Safety and Health Officer, Globally Harmonized Classification and Labeling of Chemicals, Leadership, Change Management and workplace safety.

He also acts a Subject Matter Expert for the largest online driving website, Pro-tread and is an SME for Applied Simulations Technology (AST) Hazmat Helper.

Mr. Pattison graduated from Illinois State University with a B.S. and M. S. degrees. He is a former Science school teacher and has developed trainings to be delivered via the Internet, Webinar and On-site. Mr. Pattison reads technical interpretations, best practices and lessons learned to give the attendee at high level of data that translates into a safer workplace.

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