Health Hazards in Construction (US)

Health Hazards in Construction (US)

Workers in the construction industry face a number of health and safety hazards in their worksites every day. These may include exposure to materials that can cause serious illness and affect the worker's health in the long term. This training was prepared to draw your attention to the potential dangers of some common materials that you may be exposed to in your work.

PRICE: $24.95 DURATION: 58 min LANGUAGE: English SKU: SKU-0290


Course Outline

Health Hazards in Construction (US)

  • 1. Introduction   
  • 2. Silica   
  • 3. Lead   
  • 4. Asbestos   
  • 5. Other Health Hazards   
  • 6. Conclusion   

Learning Objectives

Health Hazards in Construction (US)

  • Define the term “health hazard.
  • List the major health hazards you may be exposed to at a construction site.
  • Identify work activities that may expose you to each of these hazards.
  • Describe the health effects of the hazardous substances discussed.
  • Give examples of what you can do to prevent or limit your exposure to each of the hazards discussed.

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