OSHA 10 Hour Construction Safety Course
This course is good for one CEU for trades from DSPS. This would include electricians, plumbers and other trades needing credits for their license.
This 10 hour course will focus on recognition and prevention of safety and health hazards in the construction industry. Attendees will gain knowledge of OSHA regulations, hazard identification, and rights and responsibilities under OSHA.
There will be 7 hours of mandatory topics selected by OSHA. The rest of the topics will cover other safety and health topics. New this year will be an emphasis on Health issues in construction.
Thursday, April 7th: 8am to 5pm
Friday, April 8th: 8am to 12pm
- This training is for all employees, supervisors, and owners.
- There is a limit of 25 attendees PER SESSION, so don’t delay.
- Companies are asked to register no more than 4 employees.
- 10 hours of attendance is mandatory to receive the OSHA 10 Hour certification card.
- Attendees must be present for the entire program.
- This training program is FREE for clients of Hausmann Group
- Non-Client fee: $250
- Registration begins 30 minutes prior to scheduled time.
- Proper sanitization and safety protocol will be in place in order to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
- Continental Breakfast will be served both days.
- Lunch will be served on Thursday.
MEET THE SPEAKER
Manager Risk Control Services, Principal
Rick has over 20 years of experience in safety and risk control, working with clients in many industries including Construction, Mining, Trucking, Manufacturing, and Hospitality. He specializes in assessing risk for the clients of Hausmann Group to reduce loss potential. Through safety assessments and loss analysis, Rick develops solutions which include safety management techniques, training, and engineering. Additionally, he has been asked to speak at local and national safety conferences on topics such as “How to Manage Safety on a Jobsite”, and “What it takes to be a Safety Leader”.
Rick is an Authorized Instructor of OSHA Regulations Construction and General Industry Regulations. He is an active member of the Wisconsin Transportation Builders Association (WTBA), Associated Builders & Contractors (ABC), the Wisconsin chapter of The American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), and the Association of General Contractors (AGC). He is also on the Advisory Board of the Safety Studies Department at the University of Wisconsin Whitewater.