This 2-day course is intended to provide a variety of awareness training on construction safety and health topics. The course is presented to employees and therefore places an emphasis on identifying common hazards in the construction industry as well as avoidance, control, and prevention - not simply OSHA standards. Upon successful completion of this course, participants will receive an OSHA Construction Safety and Health 10-hour card.
Attendance at this seminar qualifies the MIIA member for 1% credit under the FY22 MIIA Rewards Workers' Compensation category.
You must attend both days on camera to qualify for this credit.
Mr. Tony Gomes is an instructor with the OSHA Training Institute Education Center Region 1/Keene State College since 2011 having completed five certificate programs including Safety and Health Specialist in General Industry and Construction plus Fire Prevention Life Safety and Certified Safety and Health Official certificates in General Industry and Construction.
Tony has over 20 years of teaching experience in general industry standards, 24 years of hazardous materials emergency response experience, 38 years in the fire service with 24 years as shift commander. In addition to being adjunct faculty at Keene State College OSHA Education Center, he has been an adjunct professor at Massasoit Community College for 24 years. Tony brings years of experience, training, and knowledge to safety and health education.