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Grantee Name: National Safety Council Grant Number: SH-17041-08 Grant Year: 2008

The grantee developed training materials for engineers and supervisors on crane safety at construction sites. Materials target project managers, project engineers and others whose responsibilities include the installation, movement, use and dismantling of cranes and lifting devices on construction sites. Materials include manuals and PowerPoint presentations.

Focus Four

Title Length Format File Size
Prevention Strategies for Construction's Focus Four Hazards: Strategies for Small Business Training Program
Program Introduction 11 slides PPT* 247 KB
Module 1: Falls 28 slides PPT* 684 KB
Module 2: Electrocutions 26 slides PPT* 515 KB
Module 3: Excavation and Trenching 28 slides PPT* 780 KB
Module 4: Struck-By 27 slides PPT* 604 KB
Program Conclusions 4 slides PPT* 490 KB
Facilitator Guide - Overview 16 pages PDF* 113 KB
Facilitator Guide - Table of Contents 4 pages PDF* 55 KB
Facilitator Guide - Program Introduction 18 pages PDF* 137 KB
Facilitator Guide - Module 1-Falls 32 pages PDF* 253 KB
Facilitator Guide - Module 2-Electrocutions 31 pages PDF* 91 KB
Facilitator Guide - Module 3-Excavation and Trenching 30 pages PDF* 257 KB
Facilitator Guide - Module 4-Struck-by 28 pages PDF* 233 KB
Facilitator Guide - Conclustion 6 pages PDF* 67 KB
Participant Guide - Overview 4 pages PDF* 43 KB
Participant Guide - Table of Contents 4 pages PDF* 55 KB
Participant Guide - Program Introduction 6 pages PDF* 194 KB
Participant Guide - Module 1-Falls 16 pages PDF* 532 KB
Participant Guide - Module 2-Electrocutions 16 pages PDF* 434 KB
Participant Guide - Module 3-Excavation and Trenching 16 pages PDF* 496 KB
Participant Guide - Module 4-Struck-by 14 pages PDF* 415 KB
Participant Guide - Conclusion 4 pages PDF* 143KB
Pocket Reference Guide - Cover and Copyright 2 pages PDF* 38 KB
Pocket Reference Guide - Content 30 pages PDF* 412 KB

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