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Construction Safety - Focus Four

Take a new look at the "Focus Four" hazards which were introduced by OSHA to draw attention to the most common and deadly risks in the construction industry. Find out why safety is one of the most important aspects of any construction project. Confirm your beliefs on why not operating safely can cost time, money, and lives. 
  • For: All Key Personnel
  • Duration:  3.5 hours
  • Instructors: Wayne Belanger
                          Michael Somers
  • Price:  $69

What's included?

Explore this basic introduction and review to the safety-focus four topics.
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  • Construction Safety - Fall Hazards

    Discover what OSHA classifies a fall hazard and why fall hazards are one of the leading causes of accidents and fatalities in construction.
  • Construction Safety - Struck-by Hazards

    Learn why the emphasis of shared responsibility between employers and workers in upholding safety standards, fostering a culture of safety, and ultimately, preserving the well-being of all those engaged in activities where struck-by hazards may be a lurking threat.
  • Construction Safety - Caught-in or between Hazards

    Understand and mitigate caught-in or between hazards to create a safer working environment for construction personnel and reduce the risk of accidents and injuries.
  • Construction Safety - Electrical Hazards

    Explore the critical regulations, guidelines, and best practices designed to safeguard construction workers from electrical risks.

Wayne Belanger

With nearly 40 years as a construction industry training professional, Wayne was instrumental in developing the ABC of Wisconsin apprenticeship programs, which is the largest of its kind in the country with more than 2,000 active apprentices.

Wayne was also the driving force behind ABC of Wisconsin's celebrated Construction U programs, which standardized communication, foreman, supervisory, and leadership training for the construction industry. Wayne was also an editor/writer for the Construction Communication book published by Prentice Hall Publishing. He also wrote and edited the award-winning ABC of Wisconsin Safety Workbook, which is updated annually, for more than two decades. 

Michael Somers

Mike has more than 40 years construction experience as owner and manager of construction businesses in Wisconsin. Mike has served on the ABC Wisconsin Board of Directors and was the driving force behind the creation of the ABC Heavy Equipment Operator Apprenticeship program, having taught the program for several years.

 Currently, Mike teaches several construction leadership and management courses. In addition, he continues to travel throughout the United States and Canada teaching construction professionals and sharing a lifetime of “real experiences” in and personal enthusiasm for construction.
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