OSHA 10 Construction

When

April 07, 2022  —  April 08, 2022

Time

Day 1: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Day 2: 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Location

John Tyler Community College Midlothian Campus
800 Charter Colony Parkway, Eliades Hall, 2nd Floor
Midlothian, VA 23114

 

OSHA 10-hour training teaches basic safety and health information to entry-level workers in construction and general industry. It is part of the OSHA Outreach Training Program, which explains serious workplace hazards, workers’ rights, employer responsibilities and how to file an OSHA complaint.  Our OSHA 10 familiarizes workers with OSHA standards as well as safety and health hazards common to the workplace. The goal of the workshop is to educate workers on identifying, avoiding, controlling, and preventing jobsite hazards.

The Road Safety Champion Program (RSCP) is a nationally recognized certificate program designed to build a knowledgeable, safety minded workforce, responsible for operating, maintaining, and designing local roads. Road Safety Champions prioritize safety and are motivated to implement safety improvements that reduce fatalities and serious injuries on rural and local roadways.

The program is separated into four career pathways: Maintenance & Construction, Planning & Engineering, Public Health, and Law Enforcement. For a Level 1 Certificate, participants will complete approximately 14 classes. All program participants will complete the seven core courses. They will also complete up to seven additional specialized courses based on their career pathway. When all requirements are met, participants will be awarded a Road Safety Champion Program Certificate.

Agenda

Lesson 1 – Introduction to OSHA
Lesson 2 – Fall Hazards
Lesson 3 – Struck-By Hazards
Lesson 4 – Caught in Between Hazards
Lesson 5 – Electrocution Hazards
Lesson 6 – Excavation and Trenching Safety
Lesson 7 – Confined Space Safety
Lesson 8 – Personal Protective Equipment

Instructor

WALTER C. CATLETT

Walter C. Catlett possesses approximately 30 years of safety experience from the concrete pipe industry, military, and consulting engineering.  These experiences shaped his safety mindset, teaching him the importance of clear communication and the necessity to establish a safety culture. He is an effective trainer and educator responsible for the training of public works professionals through industry training events and professional association events for the last 20 years.  He serves on Virginia’s Local Transportation Assistance Program (LTAP) Advisory Board. He also serves on the Arkansas Department of Transportation’s Research Advisory Council. He has a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Texas A&M University in College Station, TX and a Master of Strategic Studies from the U.S. Army War College in Carlisle Barracks, PA.  Mr. Catlett served in the United States Marine Corps and United States Army Reserves for a combined 30 years