9780133402452

Field Safety Trainee Guide

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  • ISBN13:

    9780133402452

  • ISBN10:

    0133402452

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 11/18/2013
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall

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Summary

This exceptionally produced trainee guide features a highly illustrated design, technical hints and tips from industry experts, review questions and a whole lot more! Key content includes: Introduction to Safety, Introdcution to Materials Handling, Confined Spaces, Work-Zone Safety, Electrical Safety, Working from Elevations, Welding Safety, Steel Erection, Motorized Equipment Safety, Crane Safety,  Rigging Practices, and Concrete and Masonry.
 

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  • Instructor's Resource Card 978-0-13-340385-5 

Table of Contents

(Total Level Hours: 85)

 

Introduction to Safety (15 hours)

Trainee ISBN 978-0-13-340359-6

Instructor ISBN 978-0-13-340368-8

(Module ID 75101-13) Presents basic safety concepts and explains the difference between regulatory compliance and

best practices. Introduces OSHA and describes how accidents and their associated costs affect everyone on a job site.

Describes the OSHA focus four hazards. Discusses the selection and use of appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE).

Describes fire protection and prevention. Provides an overview of the hazards and safeguards associated with hot and cold

weather work, walking and working surfaces, and tools.

 

Introduction to Materials Handling (5 Hours)

(Module ID 00109-09; from Core Curriculum)

Trainee ISBN 978-0-13-609920-8

Instructor ISBN 978-0-13-609930-7

 

Confined Spaces (5 hours)

Trainee ISBN 978-0-13-340360-2

Instructor ISBN 978-0-13-340369-5

(Module ID 75120-13) Introduces the hazards and safeguards associated with work in confined spaces. Explains the

difference between permit-required and nonpermit-required confined spaces. Also covers work in trenches, including

procedures used in shoring, sloping, and shielding. Describes on-site safety and emergency-response procedures.

 

Work-Zone Safety (5 hours)

Trainee ISBN 978-0-13-340361-9

Instructor ISBN 978-0-13-340370-1

(Module ID 75104-13) Explains how to recognize and use the signs, signals, and barricades commonly found on a job site.

Also describes the hazards and safeguards associated with highway work zones.

 

Electrical Safety (5 hours)

Trainee ISBN 978-0-13-340362-6

Instructor ISBN 978-0-13-340371-8

(Module ID 75121-13) Discusses the risks associated with work around electricity and the effects of shock on the human

body. Describes lockout/tagout procedures. Explains how to avoid electrical hazards.

 

Working from Elevations (7.5 hours)

Trainee ISBN 978-0-13-340363-3

Instructor ISBN 978-0-13-340372-5

(Module ID 75122-13) Discusses the hazards and safeguards associated with the use of aerial lifts, ladders, and scaffolding.

Describes how to safely set up and use this equipment. Explains how to identify, avoid, and react to unsafe conditions

when working from elevations. Covers the selection and use of appropriate fall-protection equipment.

 

Welding Safety (2.5 Hours)

(Module ID 29101-09; from Welding Level One)

Trainee ISBN 978-0-13-610526-8

Instructor ISBN 978-0-13-610505-3

 

Steel Erection (2.5 hours)

Trainee ISBN 978-0-13-340364-0

Instructor ISBN 978-0-13-340374-9

(Module ID 75110-13) Discusses how to recognize, avoid, and prevent hazards associated with the use of steel-erection

equipment. Describes the use of appropriate personal protective equipment.

 

Motorized Equipment Safety (5 hours)

Trainee ISBN 978-0-13-340366-4

Instructor ISBN 978-0-13-340375-6

(Module ID 75123-13) Discusses the hazards and safeguards associated with the use of heavy equipment, cranes, and

forklifts. Explains how to identify, avoid, and react to unsafe conditions associated with this equipment. Provides an

overview of forklift operation, load handling, and travel.

 

Crane Safety (15 Hours)

(Module ID 21104-04; from Mobile Crane Operations Level

One)

Trainee ISBN 978-0-13-160068-3

Instructor ISBN 978-0-13-160074-4

 

Rigging Practices (15 Hours)

(Module ID 38102-11; from Basic Rigging)

Trainee ISBN 978-0-13-266177-5

Instructor ISBN 978-0-13-266179-9

 

Concrete and Masonry (2.5 hours)

Trainee ISBN 978-0-13-340367-1

Instructor ISBN 978-0-13-340376-3

(Module ID 75119-13) Describes the safety hazards related to concrete and masonry work. Explains how to identify, avoid,

and respond to these hazards. Covers job-site safety and personal protective equipment.

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