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Jobsite Safety Inspections Competent Person Training
September 22 @ 7:30 am - 11:30 am$125 – $180
Jobsite Safety Inspections Competent Person Training
Tuesday, September 22, 2020 / 7:30 am – 1:30 pm
OSHA requires that employers on construction sites conduct safety inspections of job sites and require that a Competent Person, designated by the employer, be responsible for the completion of the inspections. More specifically a Competent Person is required to complete inspections of scaffolds, fall protection equipment and systems, trenches, confined spaces, and the list goes on.
The intent of this session is to review the role of the Competent Person and to assist in identifying the hazards associated with many of the jobsite programs requiring inspections.
Benefits of Attending:
This session will assist the attendee to better understand the following:
- Defining a Competent Person and their role on a jobsite.
- When and how often to complete inspections?
- The connections between the General Contractor, Sub-contractor and the Competent Person.
- Who is responsible for completing jobsite inspections?
- How does this general requirement for site inspections tie-in to more specific inspection requirements found in other standards?
- How can inspections be used to better manage safety?
At the end of this session participants will understand the importance of inspections, what to look for and how to meet OSHA’s requirements. This session will include classroom exercises to assist in developing the skills and knowledge to aid in the development of inspection forms and guides used to develop their own competent person inspection program.
Develop Your Knowledge and Learn More About:
- Review of the OSHA Requirements Related to Site Inspections
- General Site Inspection Requirements
- Competent Person Requirements for General Applications
- Competent Person Requirements for Specific Applications
- Identification of Hazards (Required Inspection Topics)
- Documentation Methods and Requirements
- Responsibilities for Inspections on a Multi-employer worksite.
Who Should Attend:
Anyone who has the potential to or has been identified by their employer to conduct a worksite inspection.
Since site safety and inspections are required, lead persons, supervisors, foremen, project managers or even individual trades persons have been most likely tasked with company safety responsibilities. These persons along with Safety Managers and Construction Managers, who are responsible for maintaining and implementing inspection pro-grams, will benefit from attending this informative program.
Kevin Keith, Director of Safety Services, ABC Keystone, provides safety trainings and safety services for the Chapter’s members. Kevin is a graduate of Penn State University with a degree in Exercise and Sport Science. He has been providing Health and Safety services since 1996. Kevin is an OSHA Authorized Construction Trainer for the Mid-Atlantic OTI Education Center. He has aided with Workers’ Compensation, ergonomics, rehabilitation, fall protection system design and install, developed safety programs for automated systems, jobsite audits, PIT operator trainings, and an extensive list of trainings related to OSHA and safety during his career
A note regarding COVID-19:
Your health and safety are our number one priority, and all CDC-recommended safety protocols in place on the date of the event will be implemented. Total registration numbers may need to be limited to observe safety requirements. Please check back for updates, watch for update emails from the Chapter following your registration, or call our office at (717) 653-8106. Thank you in advance for your patience and cooperation. Please enter Door 1 when you arrive.
Price includes: various course materials, certificate of completion.
If you must cancel for any reason, please contact us immediately. Cancellations received less than 7 days of the start of class cannot be refunded; substitutions are permitted.
Preferred registration date: September 15, 2020
ABC Members may select the option to be invoiced. Non-members will need to please pay at time of registration either via credit card payment online or by calling Kelly at the Chapter office: (717) 653-8106.
EIN: 23-1618254 – Contributions or gifts are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. However, payments may be deductible by members as an ordinary, necessary business expense. See your accountant for details.