Construction Safety

From aerial lift safety to underground construction, the Construction Safety Library is the go-to resource for your construction employees. Workers will learn how to take care of their bodies with courses on avoiding back injuries, basic first aid, fall protection, instruction on working in hot and cold conditions, and more. They’ll also learn to take care of the company’s equipment, including chain saws, crane rigging, forklifts, power tools, scaffolds, scissor lifts, and more.  Choose a course and start covering your safety bases!

View a printable list of this library's courses and descriptions

Aerial Lift Safety

Arc Flash Safety: Unqualified Person

Asbestos Awareness

Avoiding Back Injuries

Basic First Aid for Medical Emergencies

Battery Safety

Blasting and Explosives Safety

Chainsaw Safety for Construction Workers

Contractor Safety

Crane Rigging in Construction

Dipping, Coating, and Cleaning Operations

Electrical Safety for Unqualified Construction Workers

Excavation Safety for Construction Workers

Fall Protection in Construction

Gas Safety for Construction Workers

Hazard Communication and GHS: What Employees Need to Know

Introduction to Rough Terrain Forklift Safety

Ladder Safety

Lead Safety in Construction

Permit-Required Confined Space Rescue for Supervisors

Permit-Required Confined Spaces in Construction: Attendant

Permit-Required Confined Spaces in Construction: Authorized Entrant

Permit-Required Confined Spaces: Entrant

Portable Power Tool Safety

Refueling Equipment

Respirable Crystalline Silica in Construction: Preventing Exposure

Respirable Crystalline Silica in Construction: Preventing Exposure (Spanish)

Safe Forklift Operation

Scaffolds in Construction

Scissor Lifts: Operator Safety

Scissor Lifts: Operator Safety (Spanish)

Trenching: Competent Person

Underground Construction Safety

Welding and Cutting Safety for Construction Workers

Working in Cold Conditions

Working in Hot Conditions

Working Safely Around Heavy Equipment

Working Safely Near Power Lines

Working Safely Outdoors