CHST Test Prep

CHST Prep Class

56 Modules

Course Modules - (56)

  • 1) Learning Outcomes
  • 2) Health Hazards In Construction PPT
  • 1) Welding Hazard and Safety Precaution
  • 2) HOT WORK FACT SHEET
  • 3) Cutting, Welding, and Other Hot Work
  • 4) Hot Work: Hidden Hazards
  • 5) Small Entity Compliance Guide for the Hexavalent Chromium Standards OSHA
  • 6) Welding, Burning, & Cutting
  • 7) Welding and Cutting
  • 8) Welding Safety Tips and Precautions You Need to Know
  • 9) Grinder Safety | How to Properly Use an Angle Grinder
  • 10) Pyro Torch Shield Welding Blanket
  • 1) Learning Outcomes
  • 2) Electrocution/Work Safely with Ladders Near Power Lines
  • 3) Prevent Electrocutions: Work Safely with Cranes near Power Lines
  • 4) Electrical Safety Awareness for Non-Electrical Workers | Schneider Electric
  • 5) OSHA Focus Four Hazards:Electrocution
  • 6) Electrical Hazards
  • 7) OSHA Focus Four Electrical
  • 1) Trenching and Excavation Safety Fact Sheet
  • 2) Safety Toolbox Talks: Trenching and Excavation Safety
  • 3) Excavating & Trenching
  • 4) TRENCHING & EXCAVATION SAFETY
  • 5) Soil Classification Outline
  • 6) Excavations in Construction Soil Classification
  • 1) Permit-Required Confined Space
  • 2) Permit-Required Confined Space
  • 3) Permit Confined Space Entry
  • 4) Permit Confined Space OHSA Standard
  • 1) Confined Space Basics
  • 2) DEFINITIONS AND EVALUATION OF CONFINED SPACES
  • 3) Identifying Confined Spaces
  • 4) What is a Confined Space
  • 5) 6 Common Confined Space Questions Answered
  • 1) Ladders Safety
  • 2) Fundamentals of Fall Protection - Full Length Training Course
  • 3) Overview of Scaffolding in Construction
  • 1) Struck-by Accidents in Construction/Swinging Cranes
  • 2) Struck by Falling hazards
  • 3) Struck-by Accidents in Construction/Vehicle Back-Over
  • 4) Excavator Accident: Concrete Barrier Strikes Worker
  • 5) Focus Four Hazards:Struck-By
  • 6) Struck by hazards
  • 7) OSHA Focus Four Struck
  • 1) Excavations in Construction/Trenching
  • 2) 5 Things You Should Know to Stay Safe in a Trench
  • 3) Focus Four Hazards:Caught-In or Between
  • 4) Caught in between
  • 5) Toolbox Safety Topic Caught in or Between Hazards
  • 6) OSHA Focus Four Caught in Between
  • 1) Hoisting and Rigging Fundamentals
  • 2) Hoisting and Rigging Safety Manual
  • 3) Hoisting and Rigging-National Accelerator Laboratory
  • 4) Why Things Fall Off Cranes
  • 5) How to Calculate & Determine the Weight of a Load for Overhead Lifts
  • 1) Subpart CC – Cranes and Derricks in Construction: Qualified Rigger
  • 2) Cranes and Derricks in Construction: Signal Person Qualification
  • 3) Crane Safety Awareness For Site Superintendents
  • 1) Materials Handling, Storage, Use, and Disposal
  • 2) MATERIALS HANDLING AND EQUIPMENT
  • 3) MATERIAL STORAGE, HANDLING, AND DISPOSAL
  • 4) Materials Handling, Storage OSHA
  • 5) TO THE POINT ABOUT HANDLING MATERIALS SAFELY Review Quiz
  • 6) 4 Best Practices for Material Handling
  • 7) Proper Lifting
  • 8) Lifting - Using the Power Zone
  • 1) HOUSEKEEPING AT CONSTRUCTION SITE(TIPS)
  • 2) Good Housekeeping: Safety Training
  • 3) Housekeeping - The Importance of the Basics
  • 4) Housekeeping on the Jobsite
  • 5) HOUSEKEEPING POLICY
  • 6) Tool Box Talk Housekeeping
  • 1) DEWALT Anchors & Fasteners Powder Actuated
  • 2) Powder actuated tools
  • 3) Powder Actuated Tools
  • 1) Hand and Power Tools
  • 2) TOP 5 Most DEADLY & DANGEROUS Power Tools
  • 3) Carbon Monoxide in Construction/Portable Gas-Powered Equipment
  • 4) Hand and Power Tools
  • 1) Asbestosis : Causes, Signs and Symptoms, Diagnosis & Treatment [Patient Education]
  • 2) Asbestos
  • 1) OSHA Lead in Construction: an Overview
  • 2) Protecting Workers from Lead Hazards
  • 1) Occupational Noise Exposure
  • 2) Noise Exposure and Hearing Conservation
  • 3) Noise Exposure
  • 1) Small Entity Compliance Guide for the Respirable Crystalline Silica Standard for Construction
  • 2) Protecting Workers from Silica Hazards in the Workplace Video
  • 3) Controlling Respirable Crystalline Silica in Construction: Handheld Power Saws (Any Blade Diameter)
  • 4) Controlling Respirable Crystalline Silica: Jackhammers and Handheld Powered Chipping Tools
  • 5) Controlling Respirable Crystalline Silica: Handheld Grinders for Mortar Removal (Tuckpointing)
  • 6) Controlling Respirable Crystalline Silica: Handheld Grinders for Uses Other Than Mortar Removal
  • 7) OSHA’s Respirable Crystalline Silica Standard for Construction
  • 8) Silica Safety Awareness
  • 1) ALARA and Radiation Safety
  • 2) Radiation Safety Training Quiz
  • 1) NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards
  • 2) Chemical Toxicology
  • 1) Protecting Workers from Heat Stress
  • 2) Heat Stress in Construction
  • 3) Working in The Cold
  • 4) The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) COLD STRESS
  • 5) Cold Stress
  • 6) Heat Stress
  • 7) Heat Stroke Awareness Day
  • 8) Heat Illness Prevention Plan
  • 1) Vibration Syndrome
  • 2) Whole-Body Vibration Exposure in Construction
  • 3) Human Vibration: Measuring Exposure
  • 4) Fact Sheet: Occupational Exposure to Hand-Arm Vibration (HAV)
  • 1) The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals
  • 2) Globally Harmonized System of Classification & Labeling of Chemicals
  • 1) Design for Construction Safety
  • 2) Optimizing Safety Through Design
  • 1) Controlling Ergonomic Hazards
  • 2) ERGONOMICS QUIZ
  • 3) Simple Solutions Ergonomics for Construction Workers
  • 4) Tool Box TIPS Training Injury Prevention Solutions
  • 5) Creating a Contractor Ergonomics Program to Reduce Soft Tissue Injuries Among Construction Workers
  • 1) Personal Protective Equipment OSHA
  • 2) Limitation PPE Testing Common Types of PPE
  • 1) MSA Altair 4 Gas - What You Need to Know
  • 2) Personal Air Sampling Pump Calibration
  • 3) 4 Basic Electrical Testers & HOW TO USE THE
  • 1) Fire Protection and Prevention
  • 2) Yearly Fire Extinguisher Inspection
  • 3) How to perform a monthly fire extinguisher inspection
  • 4) Fire Extinguisher Training Video
  • 5) Construction Fire Safety Practices
  • 6) FIRE EXTINGUISHER TRAINING QUIZ
  • 1) Emergency Response Planning on Construction Projects
  • 2) Emergency Action Plans
  • 3) Planning for Workplace Emergencies
  • 4) EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN SAMPLE
  • 1) ENVIROMENTAL EMERGENCIES
  • 2) Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (Hazwoper)
  • 1) Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (Hazwoper)
  • 2) Emergency Response System
  • 3) National Incident Management System
  • 4) Emergency Preparedness - Is your company prepared for an emergency?
  • 1) Best Practices Guide: Fundamentals of a Workplace First-Aid Program
  • 2) FIRST AID IN CONSTRUCTION
  • 1) Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Reduces Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens
  • 2) Bloodborne and Airborne Pathogens
  • 3) Bloodborne Pathogens Quiz Answers
  • 4) Universal Precautions (How to Reduce Your Risk)
  • 1) Recommended Practices for Safety & Health Programs in Construction
  • 2) Building a Safety Culture: Improving Safety and Health Management in the Construction Industry
  • 1) SITE-SPECIFIC HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN
  • 2) Site Specific Plan
  • 3) Site Specific Safety Plans
  • 1) Auditing Checklist
  • 2) Recommended equipment inspection records or logs
  • 3) Inspection Modified equipment 1926
  • 4) CONSTRUCTION SAFETY CHECKLIST
  • 5) Construction Safety & Injury Prevention Program WORKBOOK
  • 1) VEHICLE/HEAVY EQUIPMENT PRE-USE INSPECTION CHECKLIST
  • 2) OSHA Pre-Shift Inspection
  • 3) How to do a Telehandler Pre-Operation Inspection | Telehandler Forklift Operator Training
  • 1) What are the Risk Management Process Steps
  • 2) Risk Management
  • 3) Risk Management in Construction
  • 4) System Safety and Risk Management
  • 5) ACCIDENT PREVENTION PROGRAM for the CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY SAMPLE
  • 6) Builders Risk vs General Liability Coverage
  • 1) Incident/Accident Analysis
  • 2) Documentation requirements of occupational injuries and illnesses
  • 3) A Step-by-Step Guide: Incident Investigations
  • 4) Incident Investigation Quiz
  • 1) Systems of Safety and Introduction to Logic Tree Diagraming
  • 2) Root Cause
  • 1) Incident/Accident Analysis
  • 2) Toolbox Talk: Accident and Incident Reporting
  • 1) Forms for Recording Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses
  • 1) Learning Outcomes
  • 2) Health and Safety Standards and Best Practices Quiz
  • 3) Incident Investigations Quiz
  • 1) Learning Outcomes
  • 2) Fire Extinguisher Quiz
  • 3) EAP QUIZ
  • 4) Bloodborne Pathogens Quiz
  • 5) Emergency Action Plan (Template)
  • 1) Ladder Safety
  • 2) Ladder Safety Quiz
  • 3) How to Inspect and Maintain Your Ladder
  • 4) Introduction to Ladders
  • 5) Ladder Safety
  • 1) OSHA Subpart L Scaffold
  • 1) Frame Scaffold or Fabricated Frame
  • 2) Ladder Jack
  • 3) Mast Climbers
  • 4) Mobile (Manually or Propelled)
  • 5) Pole or Wood Pole
  • 6) Pump Jack
  • 7) Specialty and Other Scaffolds
  • 8) Tube and Coupler
  • 1) Catenary
  • 2) Float (ship)
  • 3) Interior Hung
  • 4) Multi-level
  • 5) Multi-point Adjustable
  • 6) Needle Beam
  • 7) Single-point Adjustable
  • 8) Two-point (swing stage)
  • 1) Aerial Lifts
  • 1) Resource for Development and Delivery of Training to Workers
  • 2) BEHAVOUR BASED SAFETY GUIDE
  • 3) Behavior Based Safety Training
  • 4) What Is Behavioral Safety? (workplace examples and strategies)
  • 5) Safety Culture Starts with Open Communication
  • 6) Choosing the Right Remote Training Delivery Method
  • 7) Subject Matter Expert (SME) Roles and Responsibilities
  • 8) Introduction to Practical Behavior-Based Safety

Upon completion of the lesson, participants will be able to: 

1. Identify which health and safety programs (e.g., fall protection, ladders, respiratory) are relevant to site-specific safety plan

2. Apply relevant standards to worksite conditions

3. Identify trends related to incidents and accidents

4. Evaluate construction means and methods and their impact on safety 

CHST Exam Blueprint (PDF)


Domain 1

Hazard Identification and Control (includes Health Hazards)  57.1 %

Knowledge of:

1.           Common hazards and controls associated with hot work (e.g., cutting, welding, grinding)

2.           Common electrical hazards and controls

3.           Common hazards and controls associated with excavations

4.           Common hazards and controls associated with working at heights (e.g., ladders, scaffolding, aerial platforms)

5.           Common hazards and controls associated with working in confined spaces

6.           Common struck by hazards and associated controls

7.           Common caught-in or caught-between hazards and associated controls

8.           Common hazards and controls associated with hoisting and rigging

9.           Common hazards and controls associated with crane operations

10.      Common hazards and controls associated with material handling

11.     Common hazards and controls associated with material storage

12.      Common hazards and controls associated with housekeeping

13.      Common hazards and controls associated with powder actuated tools

14.      Common hazards and controls associated with hand and power tools

15.      Common hazards and controls associated with asbestos exposure

16.      Common hazards and controls associated with lead exposure

17.      Common hazards and controls associated with noise exposure

18.      Common hazards and controls associated with radiation exposure (ionizing and non-ionizing)

19.      Common hazards and controls associated with silica exposure

20.      Common hazards and controls associated with chemical exposure

21.      Common hazards and controls associated with working in extreme temperatures

22.      Common hazards and controls associated with vibration and impact exposures

23.     The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS)

24.      Basic safety through design (e.g., incorporating hierarchy of controls into design of building or systems)

25.      Risks associated with multiple trades working simultaneously in work area (e.g., congested area, overlapping of workers)

26.      Principles of ergonomics as applied to construction practices and material handling

27.      Requirements, usage, and limitations of personal protective equipment

28.      Basic testing and monitoring equipment (e.g., electrical, industrial hygiene, four gas meter) required for a situation

Skill to:

1.          Apply the hierarchy of controls

2.           Verify corrective actions were effective in eliminating or mitigating hazards

3.           Recognize and address hazards over changing construction site conditions (e.g., excavations after weather events, changing site entrances)

4.           Develop job/hazard safety analyses

5.           Prioritize identified hazards based on level of risk (e.g., order of severity, probability, frequency)

Domain 2

Emergency Preparedness and Fire Prevention  10.3%

Knowledge of:

1.           Proper fire protection and prevention methods (e.g., appropriate class of fire extinguishers, inspection criteria)

2.           Components of emergency action plans

3.           Common elements of response plans for environmental hazards (e.g., releases or spills)

4.           Emergency response system (e.g., incident command system, crisis management, emergency response equipment, media)

5.           Potential first aid or medical needs (e.g., availability of first aid kit, AED, CPR supplies)

6.           Universal precautions (e.g., bloodborne/airborne pathogens)

Skill to:

1.     Plan for emergencies


Domain 3

Safety Program Development and Implementation  17.1%

Knowledge of:

1.          Applicable health and safety standards and best practices (e.g., health, safety, construction, and environmental)

2.           Common components of site-specific safety plans

3.           Worksite assessment or audit processes

4.           Roles, responsibilities, and lines of authority as they relate to safety management

5.           Recommended equipment inspection records or logs

6.           Basic risk management concepts (e.g., public safety, builder’s risk and liabilities, general liability)

7.           General/basic construction site conditions that could potentially impact safety

8.           Data gathering techniques and procedures used in incident investigations

9.          Techniques for determining the root cause of accidents or incidents

10.      Post-incident/accident reporting and follow-up procedures

11.     Documentation requirements of occupational injuries and illnesses

Skill to:

1.           Identify which health and safety programs (e.g., fall protection, ladders, respiratory) are relevant to site-specific safety plan

2.          Apply relevant standards to worksite conditions

3.           Identify trends related to incidents and accidents

4.           Evaluate construction means and methods and their impact on safety

Domain 4

Leadership, Communication, and Training  15.5%

Knowledge of:

1.        Available training delivery methods and instructional materials (e.g., classroom, on-the-job training, online)

2.        Appropriate human behavior motivation methods and techniques (e.g., behavior-based safety)

3.         Communication strategies (e.g., methods to disseminate information)

4.         When to consult with equipment manufacturers, suppliers, or subject matter experts

5.         Information confidentiality requirements (e.g., trade secrets, personal medical, personally identifiable information)

6.         BCSP Code of Ethics

Skill to:

1.         Develop site-specific safety training requirements based on job tasks and work environment

2.         Maintain all applicable documentation (e.g., training documents, injury logs)

3.        Determine training requirements and delivery methods based on characteristics and needs of worksite personnel (e.g., skill level, education level, language proficiency)

4.         Identify existing and foreseeable at-risk conditions and behaviors

5.         Recognize situations or behaviors that present imminent danger

6.         Coach personnel to correct unsafe behaviors

7.        Access relevant current information (e.g., standards, codes, safety-related information)

8.        Apply the BCSP Code of Ethics

 


 

Domain 1

Hazard Identification and Control (includes Health Hazards)  57.1 %

Knowledge of:

1.           Common hazards and controls associated with hot work (e.g., cutting, welding, grinding)

2.           Common electrical hazards and controls

3.           Common hazards and controls associated with excavations

4.           Common hazards and controls associated with working at heights (e.g., ladders, scaffolding, aerial platforms)

5.           Common hazards and controls associated with working in confined spaces

6.           Common struck by hazards and associated controls

7.           Common caught-in or caught-between hazards and associated controls

8.           Common hazards and controls associated with hoisting and rigging

9.           Common hazards and controls associated with crane operations

10.      Common hazards and controls associated with material handling

11.     Common hazards and controls associated with material storage

12.      Common hazards and controls associated with housekeeping

13.      Common hazards and controls associated with powder actuated tools

14.      Common hazards and controls associated with hand and power tools

15.      Common hazards and controls associated with asbestos exposure

16.      Common hazards and controls associated with lead exposure

17.      Common hazards and controls associated with noise exposure

18.      Common hazards and controls associated with radiation exposure (ionizing and non-ionizing)

19.      Common hazards and controls associated with silica exposure

20.      Common hazards and controls associated with chemical exposure

21.      Common hazards and controls associated with working in extreme temperatures

22.      Common hazards and controls associated with vibration and impact exposures

23.     The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS)

24.      Basic safety through design (e.g., incorporating hierarchy of controls into design of building or systems)

25.      Risks associated with multiple trades working simultaneously in work area (e.g., congested area, overlapping of workers)

26.      Principles of ergonomics as applied to construction practices and material handling

27.      Requirements, usage, and limitations of personal protective equipment

28.      Basic testing and monitoring equipment (e.g., electrical, industrial hygiene, four gas meter) required for a situation

Skill to:

1.          Apply the hierarchy of controls

2.           Verify corrective actions were effective in eliminating or mitigating hazards

3.           Recognize and address hazards over changing construction site conditions (e.g., excavations after weather events, changing site entrances)

4.           Develop job/hazard safety analyses

5.           Prioritize identified hazards based on level of risk (e.g., order of severity, probability, frequency)

Domain 2

Emergency Preparedness and Fire Prevention  10.3%

Knowledge of:

1.           Proper fire protection and prevention methods (e.g., appropriate class of fire extinguishers, inspection criteria)

2.           Components of emergency action plans

3.           Common elements of response plans for environmental hazards (e.g., releases or spills)

4.           Emergency response system (e.g., incident command system, crisis management, emergency response equipment, media)

5.           Potential first aid or medical needs (e.g., availability of first aid kit, AED, CPR supplies)

6.           Universal precautions (e.g., bloodborne/airborne pathogens)

Skill to:

1.     Plan for emergencies


Domain 3

Safety Program Development and Implementation  17.1%

Knowledge of:

1.          Applicable health and safety standards and best practices (e.g., health, safety, construction, and environmental)

2.           Common components of site-specific safety plans

3.           Worksite assessment or audit processes

4.           Roles, responsibilities, and lines of authority as they relate to safety management

5.           Recommended equipment inspection records or logs

6.           Basic risk management concepts (e.g., public safety, builder’s risk and liabilities, general liability)

7.           General/basic construction site conditions that could potentially impact safety

8.           Data gathering techniques and procedures used in incident investigations

9.          Techniques for determining the root cause of accidents or incidents

10.      Post-incident/accident reporting and follow-up procedures

11.     Documentation requirements of occupational injuries and illnesses

Skill to:

1.           Identify which health and safety programs (e.g., fall protection, ladders, respiratory) are relevant to site-specific safety plan

2.          Apply relevant standards to worksite conditions

3.           Identify trends related to incidents and accidents

4.           Evaluate construction means and methods and their impact on safety

Domain 4

Leadership, Communication, and Training  15.5%

Knowledge of:

1.        Available training delivery methods and instructional materials (e.g., classroom, on-the-job training, online)

2.        Appropriate human behavior motivation methods and techniques (e.g., behavior-based safety)

3.         Communication strategies (e.g., methods to disseminate information)

4.         When to consult with equipment manufacturers, suppliers, or subject matter experts

5.         Information confidentiality requirements (e.g., trade secrets, personal medical, personally identifiable information)

6.         BCSP Code of Ethics

Skill to:

1.         Develop site-specific safety training requirements based on job tasks and work environment

2.         Maintain all applicable documentation (e.g., training documents, injury logs)

3.        Determine training requirements and delivery methods based on characteristics and needs of worksite personnel (e.g., skill level, education level, language proficiency)

4.         Identify existing and foreseeable at-risk conditions and behaviors

5.         Recognize situations or behaviors that present imminent danger

6.         Coach personnel to correct unsafe behaviors

7.        Access relevant current information (e.g., standards, codes, safety-related information)

8.        Apply the BCSP Code of Ethics

 




This Course Includes

  • Modules : 56
  • Certificate : No
  • Language : English
  • Skill Level : Beginner
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