CNST 69 Construction Safety (1)
Credit, Degree Applicable
A study of Occupational Safety and Health Administration requirements for the construction industry, leading to an ability to identify safety hazards and prevent accidents. It covers safety issues as they apply to general construction . Also, the subject matter is tailored to specific occupations/trades and to safety issues in our construction courses. Students who successfully complete the course with a "B" or better have the option to apply to the state for a lifetime OSHA 10 hour Construction Safety Certificate.
Upon successful completion of this course, "C" or better, students will also have the options to obtain an OSHA 10 card for a small filing fee.
After successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Outcome 1: Identify and evaluate general safety hazards on a construction work site and in CCSF construction courses and formulate a safety improvement plan.
- Outcome 2: Recognize and describe the OSHA safety requirements to identify, avoid, control, and prevent hazards.