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Construction Safety

EVHS305

Description

Construction workers are some of the most at risk workers in any industry. That is why it is important to understand the foundations of accident prevention in the building and construction industry. This class introduces students to practical applications of safety analysis and management. Students will learn about past incidents through case studies and explore topics such as reporting unwanted occurrences, incident databases, safety performance indicators, and accident investigation. Students then will learn about how to prevent accidents for future conditions, learning risk analysis, preliminary hazard analysis, and job safety analysis. This course will emphasize using data and data analysis to make decisions.
Pre Reqs:
MATH-201 DE STATISTICS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PROFESSIONALS
AND
EVHS-205 DE OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH

Dates

Oct 4, 2021 — Nov 7, 2021

Location

Distance Education - Online

Registration Information

For credit cost: $1410