CP07- OSHA General Construction Safety & Health Standards -Certified Program 30 – Hours

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CP07- OSHA General Construction Safety & Health Standards -Certified Program  30 – Hours


Most of the OSHA standards require the Employer to train their Employees in the Safety and Health aspects of their jobs.

These requirements reflect OSHA's belief that training is an essential part of every employer's Safety and Health program for protecting workers from injuries and illnesses.Training in the proper performance of a job is time and money well spent, and the employer might regard it as an investment rather than expense. An effective program of Safety and Health training for workers can result in fewer injuries and illnesses and better morale.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) outreach training program is a voluntary training program through which OSHA authorizes trainers to teach Construction and General Industry Occupational Safety and Health Standards. This outreach effort aimed at promoting workplace safety and health , has been authorizing trainers since 1971.

The outreach program has grown rapidly in recent years. As recently as 1990 there were only 12000 students cards were

issued. In 2009 more than 576,000 student cards were issued by OSHA and distributed.

Construction   and    General   Industry    outreach   trainers   are authorized by OSHA to conduct 10- and 30- hour Construction and General Industry courses and are eligible to receive OSHA course completion cards to distribute to their students.

The Completion Cards:

Upon completing successfully the 10- 0r 30- hour courses , students will receive a completion cards issued from OSHA - USA.

At the end of the training participants will set for an exam and the pass mark is 68%


  • General


  • All Construction Workers.
  • Construction Foremen and Supervisors.
  • Safety Officers.
  • Construction Engineers. 


OSHA recommends Outreach. Training Program courses as an orientation to occupational safety and health for workers covered by OSHA 29 CFR 1926, Workers must receive additional training, when required by OSHA standards, on the specific hazards of the job. Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive a OSHA construction safety and health 30-hour course completion card from OSHA-USA.


  • State the purpose of the OSH Act and list the function of OSHA
  • List the OSHA inspection priorities and describe the inspection process.
  • Describe the rights and responsibilities of employers and employees ender the OSHA Act.
  • The basic requirements for proper aisle and. passageway maintenance.
  • Guidelines for identification and protection of floor opening
  • To understand the importance of effective egress fire protection program fall protection and scaffolding safety.

Course Outline :


1st day :

·       Introduction to OSHA (construction).

·       Electrical safety.

·       Lockout/tagout

·       Occupational health and environmental control (Illumination, ventilation.etc.)

·       Personal protective and life saving equipment .

2nd day:

·       Fire extinguish

·       Fire extinguish rating.

·       Selection of fire extinguish

·       Fire extinguishers agents.

·       Fire alarm systems.

·       Automatic fire fighting systems (sprinkler – gaseous agents)

3rd day:

·       Hand and portable power tools safety.

·       Stair ways and ladders safety

·       Concrete and masonry safety.

·       Blasting and use of explosives in construction.

·       Materials handling, storage, use and disposal.

·       Safety signals and barricades.

4th day:

·       Fall protection standard.

·       Scaffolds safety.

·       Excavation and trenching.

·       Welding and cutting.

·       Cranes safety.

·       Slings safety.

5th day :

·       Confined space entry

·       Chemical hazard communication program

·       Power industrial trucks (forklift safety)

·       Handling hazardous materials (flammable and combustible).

·       Compressed gas cylinders safety.

·       Steel erection safety.

     ·      Revision and final exam



One Week (5 Days / 30 hours)