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Module 1 Construction Safety
Terms in this set (33)
Code Federal Regulations - the rules associated with safe working conditions on construction and manufacturing sites governed by OSHA
Occupational Safety and Health Adminstration - government athority that oversees the safety of all of American workers
Culture of safety
An evironment where safety is more than a one time act.
An act of maintaining the organization, cleanliness, and safety of a jobsite
Safety glasses, fall arrest, respirator and hard hat
"Right to know"
The right of American workers to know the hazards assoicated with the products and procedures used to complete their work.
The act the requires American companies to inform thier workes of hazards associated with the work done
Confined space permit
The permission that allows the work to procede in a space that has limited ventilation and egress
The space that allows for exit a location.
A hazard associated with the work done in trenches or around mobile machinery
The event that causes all the muscles of the body to contract shutting down blood flow resulting in unconsciousness and possible death
A jobsite event that caused bodily harm and/or property damage
A jobsite event that did not cause bodily harm or property damage but could have.
A jobsite event that caused bodily harm
A safety procedure that blocks the use of electrical switches or pipe valves to prevent accidents
A required document that explains the dangers associated with a product.
A jobsite circumstance that is could cause an injury, incident or accident.
The analysis of a jobsite task for it's safety hazards and how to prevent accidents, injury and incidents.
Drafting tool used to draw circles and arcs
Drafting tool used to measure angles.
Set square 30/60-45/45
Drafting tool used to draw vertical and angular lines
Drafting tool used to draw horizontal lines
General duty clause
OSHA's rule that covers unspecified safety regulations (CFR)
OSHA regulations that apply to construction sites
OSHA regulations that apply to General Industry
PPE that protects the respiratory system
Accidents, incidents, and injuries
An electrical safety device that protects a person from shock and electrocution.
A job-site circumstance that places workers within 10 feet of high voltage, explosive or high pressure areas creating a hazardous situation
Indirect cost of accidents
Increased insurance costs, increased construction costs
Direct cost of accidents
Lost wages, Loss of life
Capable of identifying existing and predictable hazards in the surroundings or working conditions which are unsanitary, hazardous or dangerous to employees, and who has authorization to take prompt corrective measures to eliminate them."
possession of a recognized degree, certificate or professional standing, or who by extensive knowledge, training and experience, has successfully demonstrated his/her ability to solve or resolve problems relating to the subject matter, the work, or the project."
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