Falls. Electrocutions. Being crushed or caught between objects. Being struck by moving machinery or objects. These four types of accidents are the leading causes of death in the construction industry, according to OSHA.
In response to OSHA's Construction Focus 4 training mandate, Mancomm has spent hundreds of hours developing the OSHA Instructor Guide and its companion publication, the OSHA Student Handbook (sold in packets of 10). These two convenient books contain all of the materials provided by the OSHA Outreach Training Program on Construction Focus 4 training. Together, they make it easy for you to provide your trainees with this vital information.
In these easy-to-use Mancomm materials, you will find trainer guidance, objectives, lesson activities, student handouts, tests, and classroom exercises. The actual information has not been changed. Rather, it has been compiled, organized, and formatted for your convenience.
PowerPoint slides are provided on the Mancomm CD that accompanies the Instructor Guide. The CD also includes the OSHA video, Construction Safety: Choice or Chance?
Order Construction Focus 4: Instructor Guide, Construction Focus 4: PowerPoint CD, and the Student Handbook (Packet of 10) today and you are ready to begin training.
Four Life-Saving Lessons
The content for Construction Focus 4 is divided into four sections – one for each of the major construction industry hazards:
Lesson 1: Fall Hazards
Lesson 2: Caught-In or -Between Hazards
Lesson 3: Struck-By Hazards
Lesson 4: Electrocution Hazards
The OSHA Instructor Guide and its companion publication, the OSHA Student Handbook, provide the construction industry with the knowledge needed to foster safer work practices. More importantly, these two publications can help to prevent tragic accidents and deaths on jobsites nationwide.
Powerpoint CD is Windows compatible with Windows XP, Vista 7 and 8 with HTML Help
*Student Materials are only available upon purchase of the Instructor Package
*For bulk pricing, please contact Mancomm customer support at 1-877-626-2666*