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Grantee Name: Philadelphia Area Project Occupational Safety and Health

Grant Number: SH-26308-SH4

Grant Year: 2014

The grantee presented 3-hour fall prevention in construction training to workers in residential construction. Target audience includes small businesses, limited English proficiency, low literacy, minority, and young workers. Training topics will include fall prevention from ladders, scaffolds, and roofs. Plan to revise existing materials including PowerPoint presentations, student handouts, and participatory exercises, and conduct hands-on demonstrations. Training was provided in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.

Fall Protection

Title Length Format File Size
Fall Protection in Residential Construction
Fall Protection in Residential Construction 105 Slides PPTX 6.73 MB
Fall Protection in Residential Construction (Youth) 66 Slides PPTX 5.05 MB
Entrenaminento en Proteccion de las Caidas en Construccion Residencial 105 Slides PPTX 6.52 MB
Protecao Anti-Quedas na Construcao Civil Residencial 105 Slides PPTX 6.94 MB

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