OSHA 30 Hour Construction (4 Days)

OSHA 30 Hour Construction 

Course Description:

General contractors, foremen and construction health and safety personnel- ensure the safety of your workers and reduce workers compensation claims by completing your OSHA 30 Hour Construction certification. This four day course will cover the OSHA 29 CFR 1926 Construction standards in depth, including the focus four hazards. Attendees will learn about health and safety programs. Upon completion of this course, attendees will receive their OSHA 30 Construction certification.

Class Hours:

8:00am – 4:30pm each day

Cost:

$499/pp

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OSHA 30 Hour Construction (4 Days)

OSHA 30 Hour Construction 

Course Description:

General contractors, foremen and construction health and safety personnel- ensure the safety of your workers and reduce workers compensation claims by completing your OSHA 30 Hour Construction certification. This four day course will cover the OSHA 29 CFR 1926 Construction standards in depth, including the focus four hazards. Attendees will learn about health and safety programs. Upon completion of this course, attendees will receive their OSHA 30 Construction certification.

Class Hours:

8:00am – 4:30pm each day

Cost:

$499/pp

Registration:

Purchase tickets below via PayPal

OR

Email us at training@uascor.com or call us at 877-399-1698

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OSHA 30 Hour Construction (4 Days)

OSHA 30 Hour Construction 

Course Description:

General contractors, foremen and construction health and safety personnel- ensure the safety of your workers and reduce workers compensation claims by completing your OSHA 30 Hour Construction certification. This four day course will cover the OSHA 29 CFR 1926 Construction standards in depth, including the focus four hazards. Attendees will learn about health and safety programs. Upon completion of this course, attendees will receive their OSHA 30 Construction certification.

Class Hours:

8:00am – 4:30pm each day

Cost:

$499/pp

Registration:

Purchase tickets below via PayPal

OR

Email us at training@uascor.com or call us at 877-399-1698

ASK ABOUT OUR PRIVATE CLASSES FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION

OSHA 30 Hour Construction (4 Days)

OSHA 30 Hour Construction 

Course Description:

General contractors, foremen and construction health and safety personnel- ensure the safety of your workers and reduce workers compensation claims by completing your OSHA 30 Hour Construction certification. This four day course will cover the OSHA 29 CFR 1926 Construction standards in depth, including the focus four hazards. Attendees will learn about health and safety programs. Upon completion of this course, attendees will receive their OSHA 30 Construction certification.

Class Hours:

8:00am – 4:30pm each day

Cost:

$499/pp

Registration:

Purchase tickets below via PayPal

OR

Email us at training@uascor.com or call us at 877-399-1698

ASK ABOUT OUR PRIVATE CLASSES FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION

OSHA 30 Hour Construction (4 Days)

OSHA 30 Hour Construction 

Course Description:

General contractors, foremen and construction health and safety personnel- ensure the safety of your workers and reduce workers compensation claims by completing your OSHA 30 Hour Construction certification. This four day course will cover the OSHA 29 CFR 1926 Construction standards in depth, including the focus four hazards. Attendees will learn about health and safety programs. Upon completion of this course, attendees will receive their OSHA 30 Construction certification.

Class Hours:

8:00am – 4:30pm each day

Cost:

$499/pp

Registration:

Purchase tickets below via PayPal

OR

Email us at training@uascor.com or call us at 877-399-1698

ASK ABOUT OUR PRIVATE CLASSES FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION

OSHA 30 Hour Construction (4 Days)

OSHA 30 Hour Construction 

Course Description:

General contractors, foremen and construction health and safety personnel- ensure the safety of your workers and reduce workers compensation claims by completing your OSHA 30 Hour Construction certification. This four day course will cover the OSHA 29 CFR 1926 Construction standards in depth, including the focus four hazards. Attendees will learn about health and safety programs. Upon completion of this course, attendees will receive their OSHA 30 Construction certification.

Class Hours:

8:00am – 4:30pm each day

Cost:

$499/pp

Registration:

Purchase tickets below via PayPal

OR

Email us at training@uascor.com or call us at 877-399-1698

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OSHA 30 Hour Construction (4 Days)

OSHA 30 Hour Construction 

Course Description:

General contractors, foremen and construction health and safety personnel- ensure the safety of your workers and reduce workers compensation claims by completing your OSHA 30 Hour Construction certification. This four day course will cover the OSHA 29 CFR 1926 Construction standards in depth, including the focus four hazards. Attendees will learn about health and safety programs. Upon completion of this course, attendees will receive their OSHA 30 Construction certification.

Class Hours:

8:00am – 4:30pm each day

Cost:

$499/pp

Registration:

Purchase tickets below via PayPal

OR

Email us at training@uascor.com or call us at 877-399-1698

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OSHA 30 Hour Construction (4 Days)

OSHA 30 Hour Construction 

Course Description:

General contractors, foremen and construction health and safety personnel- ensure the safety of your workers and reduce workers compensation claims by completing your OSHA 30 Hour Construction certification. This four day course will cover the OSHA 29 CFR 1926 Construction standards in depth, including the focus four hazards. Attendees will learn about health and safety programs. Upon completion of this course, attendees will receive their OSHA 30 Construction certification.

Class Hours:

8:00am – 4:30pm each day

Cost: 

$499/pp

Registration:

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OSHA 30 Hour Construction (4 Days) – ***END OF SUMMER SALE***

OSHA 30 Hour Construction

Course Description:

General contractors, foremen and construction health and safety personnel- ensure the safety of your workers and reduce workers compensation claims by completing your OSHA 30 Hour Construction certification. This four day course will cover the OSHA 29 CFR 1926 Construction standards in depth, including the focus four hazards. Attendees will learn about health and safety programs. Upon completion of this course, attendees will receive their OSHA 30 Construction certification.

Class Hours:

8:00am – 4:30pm each day

Cost: 

$499/pp – NOW JUST $250/pp

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A “Cutting” Issue

Do you use chop saws?  Is the saw is sending clouds of silica dust into the air? Do you know the potential hazard for breathing dust from cutting stones, masonry, bricks, some tiles, glass, or CMU? Chop saws can pose a potential “cutting” issue for employees working in the construction industry.

Dangers of Saw Dust

Saws can generate dust of all particle sizes, and you should assume some of the particles are small enough to get deep into the lungs of all people nearby.  Cutting, drilling or grinding many materials, can release crystalline silica.

Some materials are processed in a way that creates crystalline silica.  This is the more dangerous form of silica and is associated with heat.  However, substances that were not crystalline before the cut can become crystalline when you go to cut it. This is because the heat generated from the process

Also, the smaller the particle size, the greater the risk for the dust particles of crystalline silica to get into the deepest parts of the lungs.  Once there, they cause damage that can include silicosis over time.  In addition, the more crystalline silica in someone’s lungs, the greater the risk of damage. This can become life threatening, in the form of silicosis and other diseases.

OSHA Standards on Crystalline Silica

Whenever there is a life threatening occupational risk, employers must diminish the risk. Employers can do this by training employees on the hazard and implementing controls or avoidance methods. Next, employers must test these controls that they are used properly and are effective.  For handheld power saws and many other types of equipment in the construction field, OSHA has developed a standard that makes it simple to minimize the risk to respirable crystalline silica.  Generally, integrated dust control systems are required to be part of the equipment.  These generally use water or HEPA vacuum systems to capture the dust.  The standard also defines when the systems are not sufficient requiring that respirators will also need to be worn.

Resources for Employers

Additionally, OSHA just posted a handy video for employers to use to better understand the ways to control the silica dust risk, and follow the table to determine the minimum options for equipment and respirator use.

If you need to provide training on silica hazards and respirator use, but don’t know where to start, call United Alliance Services. We can provide the annual training with documentation, consultation with management on options to create a safer workplace, and survey your job sites to identify these and other risks. For more information, visit our website to learn more.

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We’re Hiring: Multiple Positions

United Alliance Services Corporation (UASC) is growing quickly and we’re looking to expand our team! UASC is a woman-owned small business and full-service provider of occupational health and safety consulting and training services. We understand the compliance issues that effect the business owner, manager, contractor, insurer and broker. Our aim is to develop solutions to assist our client’s management team in reaching and exceeding their health and safety goals.

UASC has multiple locations, with our corporate office being located in East Wareham, MA. With our company growing exponentially over the past few years, we are looking for excited and hungry individuals to help grow it even more. If you are self-motivated and positive, apply
today to one of the positions that’s right for you!

Current Job Openings:

How To Apply

To apply for any of the current job openings at United Alliance Services Corporation, please email your updated resume, cover letter, and list of 3 professional references to bmaloney@uascor.com. For more information or assistance, please call 774-302-4305. To learn more about our company, please visit our website by clicking here.

OccuMed of New England Careers

Interested in UASC’s health and wellness division, OccuMed of New England? Visit our sister website and view the current job openings by clicking here.

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8 Steps to an Effective Workplace Health and Safety Program

An effective health and safety program has several key objectives: to prevent injuries and illnesses, to improve compliance with laws and regulations, to reduce costs spent on workers’ compensation, and to increase general productivity. Health and safety should be one of the key foundations of your company culture. If you want to create a health and safety program that effectively accomplishes those objectives, follow these 8 steps!

  1. Establish Health and Safety and Company Core Values

When you speak to your employees (whether they be new hires or lifelong employees), make sure to emphasize the importance of health and safety. Health and safety should be company objectives, just like customer service or quality work.

  1. Lead by Example

Always follow your own health and safety protocols. Make sure to explain why you take certain measures to improve safety. If your employees see by your actions that you genuinely value health and safety, they will follow suit.

  1. Implement a Reporting/Suggesting System

Make sure that your employees feel comfortable reporting health/safety infractions and making suggestions on how to improve protocol. Set up a reporting/suggesting system that gives your employees a private way to speak about health/safety concerns. Your workers will likely identify safety risks that you never knew about, but only if you encourage them to.

  1. Provide Training

Safety training sessions are essential to demonstrate your commitment to workplace safety and to make sure employees continue to follow through with the rules. Show employees the protocol for dealing with hazards, reporting injuries/near misses, etc.

  1. Conduct Regular Inspections 

Regular workplace inspections are necessary to identify potential hazards. Don’t do them alone; bring your workers with you for workplace inspections so that they know what to look for. They may identify hazards that you would have missed.

  1. Address Emergencies

Have a protocol set for every foreseeable emergency and follow them strictly when an incident occurs.

  1. Seek Input On Workplace/Procedure Changes

Before making significant changes to the workplace or to regular procedures, consult with your employees; they may identify potential health/safety hazards, which may change your course of action.

  1. Keep Improving 

Set aside a regular, scheduled time to meet with employees to discuss workplace health and safety. Take suggestions, discuss incidents/near misses, and never stop improving your health and safety program.

Learn more about workplace health and safety here: https://www.osha.gov/shpguidelines/