CHST Exam Prep

Hazard Identification and Control

20 Modules

Our hazard identification and control training program is an easy to understand course designed specially keeping in mind the needs of a person who is new in the construction sector. It consists of 20 modules in total. Through our hazard identification and control training, participants will obtain insight into the best methods for identifying and controlling hazards ranging from normal electrical hazards to potential hazards associated with working at elevations or in confined spaces. 

Course Modules - (20)

  • 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) Ladders Safety
  • 2) Fundamentals of Fall Protection - Full Length Training Course
  • 3) Overview of Scaffolding in Construction
  • 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) Permit-Required Confined Space
  • 2) Permit-Required Confined Space
  • 3) Permit Confined Space Entry
  • 4) Permit Confined Space OHSA Standard
  • 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) 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

Workers are subjected to several hazards on a daily basis that may cause illness or injury. Though a lot of us know this, do we really behave as though we do? There are strategies to identify, control, and reduce workplace hazards; employees continue to put themselves in danger on a daily basis. For the sake of their safety, we have crafted this safety training program that is easily accessible to everyone and that too for free. One can learn all the essential skills needed to identify and control the hazards that may prove to be threatening to them.  

This Course Includes

  • Modules : 20
  • Certificate : Yes
  • Language : English
  • Skill Level : Beginner
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