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March 2021

OSHA Construction Fatal Four

There are many hazards present at the construction site and consequently, OSHA often refers to the “fatal four” or “focus four” as the deadliest hazards at the jobsite. This month we released four new courses for construction workers, one on each of the fatal four hazards to help workers prevent on-the-job accidents, injuries, and fatalities.

The four most dangerous hazards in construction include fall hazards, electrical hazards, caught-between hazards, and struck-by hazards. Each of the new courses covers one of these hazards and demonstrates to employees the dangers present at the workplace and the safe work practices to employ to prevent accidents and injuries.

The new titles include:

  • Fall Hazards: Construction’s Fatal Four
  • Electrical Hazards: Construction’s Fatal Four
  • Caught-between Hazards: Construction’s Fatal Four
  • Struck-by Hazards: Construction’s Fatal Four

  • For a full list of courses for construction workers, click here.


    Webinar – Diversity Series


    Our 5-part Diversity in the Workplace webinar series is back! Presented by Ayana King, owner and operator of Maximum Communications LLC and diversity and inclusion advocate, these webinar sessions help guide you through the basics of a diversity, inclusion, and equity strategy for your organization.

    In each of the hour-long sessions Ayana leads an engaging and informative conversation. Sign up for one or all five sessions today!

    Every session begins at 2 p.m. EDT on Tuesday, beginning with the first session on April, 6. For our full webinar calendar, click here.


    COVID-19 Training


    Since the beginning of the pandemic, safety protocols and have been constantly evolving. This month we released a new training course, “Take Precautions: COVID-19,” to help you train your team on the latest methods to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

    Without inducing fear or panic, this course explains COVID-19 and highlights the essential precautions employees should take to reduce their risk, and their co-workers’ risks, of contracting it. This course explores everything from wearing a mask and social distancing to handwashing, getting vaccinated, and preparing to effectively isolate.

    Use this course so all employees take COVID-19 seriously and implement the precautions necessary to reduce their risk of becoming infected or further spreading the virus.

    For a full list of courses on returning to work during the pandemic, click here.


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