the OSHA – course is Designed to Explain the Purpose of The OSH Act of 1970, The Historical Events of OSHA, And Current Information Regarding OSHA Standards. Furthermore, to explain the Importance of OSHA in providing a Safe and Healthful Workplace to Workers.
Learn Basic Rules Covered by OSHA and Gain Knowledge of the History and Purpose of OSHA Laws, New Standards Such as COVID-19, Reporting, And Filing a Complaint. Introduction to OSHA Also Reviews The OSHA Inspection Process, Worker Rights, The Responsibilities, And Requirements of the Employer and Whistleblower Protection. GAIA Environmental Safety & Health Consultants Provide The OSHA 10-Hour Construction Training Course to Achieve Our Client’s Safety Training Goals. The Course Empowers Workers to Achieve Knowledge of the Latest Regulations, Safety, And Health Information Required to Be Successful in Working On a Construction Site. The OSHA 10-Hour Course Is Also Designed to Inform Employees of Their Rights and Safety Responsibilities and Recommend Current Knowledge and Trends to Our Clients to Keep Workers Safe.
GAIA EHS Is Setting New Trends in Using a Relaxed and Culturally Enriching Approach to Safety That Is Sure to Give Organizations and Individuals a Return On Investment (ROI) To Advance the Success of Our Clients.
Construction Is Probably The First Job That Comes To Mind When you think of a male-dominated industry.
Of all the people who work in construction, women comprise only a small 10.3 percent of the workforce,
as reported by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Considering that women make up 47 percent of all employed individuals, this means that the construction industry is only benefiting from about 1.25 percent of the total female workforce. Regardless, women continue to build future economic growth in the industry. As construction grows globally, companies are looking to recruit more women to bring their skill sets into the field.
First by using this period of “downtime”, to become competent and qualified through training, certifications, apprenticeships, organizational leadership that provides guidance and vision.
Secondly, take time to research federal resources available to women & minorities within your State’s Department of labor programs, such as the Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA).
Third for women of African-America /Diaspora or continental African descent we are fortunate to have NABWIC is a Florida-based, non-profit organization, formed in 1991 to address the unique challenges of black women in the construction industry. Its mission is to champion and empower black women in construction and related industries to reach their full potential as entrepreneurs, small business owners, government professionals, and industry leaders who represent “THE VOICE OF BLACK WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION”.
After The Successful Completion Of The GAIA EHS 10-Hour OSHA Outreach Training And Successfully Passing The Exam At A 70% Passing Score, An Official Department Of Labor OSHA 10-Hour Completion Card Will Be Delivered To Trainees Within 2 Weeks. Immediately After Course Completion, You Will Be Able To Download A GAIA Environmental, Health, And Safety Completion Certificate.
- INTRODUCTION TO OSHA
- OSHA’s FATAL FOCUS FOUR HAZARDS
- COVID-19 – New Regulations Related To Construction
- OSHA’s Fall Prevention “Stand Down” Campaign