Groups of 6+
per person (10% discount)
The COVID-19 pandemic affected the construction industry around the country in many ways. As states begin to re-start the economy, it’s vital for employers to incorporate safety and wellness measures to protect construction workers from spreading the virus. To ensure appropriate steps are taken, Construction Industry employers are responsible to develop a comprehensive COVID-19 exposure control plan, which includes control measures such as social distancing; symptom checking; hygiene; decontamination procedures, and training. An exposure control plan must be followed to prevent any onsite worker from contracting COVID-19, as many people with COVID-19 are asymptomatic, and can potentially spread disease.
This seminar will focus on the most recent recommendations and guidelines that pertain to the content of an exposure control plan as well as the roles and responsibilities of individuals designated to enforce the plan on construction sites.
Course Hours2 Hours
Course Sessions1 Sessions
Onsite TrainingRequest Onsite Training
After taking this course, students will be able to:
- Explain what COVID-19 disease is and how it spreads
- Identify the role of supervisor/competent person in COVID-19 mitigation methods on the job site
- List components of COVID-19 exposure control plan
- Identify methods to prevent and respond to COVID-19 exposure in the workplace, including key steps in worker protection and infection control
Students will need to have access to an internet connection, a computer, or a tablet with access to a web camera, microphone, and download the Zoom app.
- Social Distancing
- Personal Hygiene
- Decontamination and cleaning
- Personal Protective Equipment – use and care
- Infectious Disease Response Plan
- Communication – Health and Wellness Protocols and Mitigation plan
Although this course is voluntary and does not meet any specific regulatory or industry requirements, COVID-19 training is being implemented in New York and across the country for construction workers and supervisors.
This course would be recommended for individuals such as Safety Officers, Competent Person, and Employers looking for recommendations on COVID-19 procedures or what should go into a written plan.
Students are required to complete 100% of the course and actively participate in all learning activities and review quiz to receive an awareness level certificate of completion.
Make-up time is not permitted for this training course. Should students miss any portion of the training, it is the student’s responsibility to contact TSCTA to arrange to attend another scheduled event.