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Grantee Name: Construction Advancement Foundation of Northwest Indiana, Inc.

Grant Number: SH-27662-SH5

Grant Year: 2015

The grantee offered 2-day train-the-trainer training and 7.5-hour training to safety representatives in the chemical, refinery, and construction industries in Indiana. Target audience includes construction workers and employers. Training topics will include process safety management, administration of safety programs, risk assessment and accident investigation, fall protection, electrical, arc flash, lock-out/tag-out, confined space and hot work permits, health hazards and industrial hygiene, excavation safety and train-the-trainer content. Training materials are in English.

Multiple Topics

Title Length Format File Size
Safety Training for Workers in Chemical, Refinery, and Construction Industries
Confined Space 67 Slides PPTX 6.37 MB
Confined Space pre- post-test & answer key 3 Pages PDF 35.3 KB
Electrical Safety 46 Pages PPTX 3 MB
Electrical Safety pre- post-test & answer key 8 Pages PDF 33.4 KB
Excavation Safety 82 Slides PPTX 6.34 MB
Excavation Safety pre- post-test & answer key 3 Pages PDF 154.93 KB
Fall Protection 80 Slides PPTX 8.35 MB
Fall Protection pre- post-test & answer key 3 Pages PDF 127.44 KB
Part 1 29 CFR 1926 Subpart D Occ Health & Environ Control 92 Slides PPTX 6.12 MB
Part 2 29 CFR 1926 Subpart Z Toxic & Hazardous Substances 128 Slides PPTX 7.8 MB
Part 3 Hazcom & GHS 59 Slides PPTX 1.09 MB
Test Part 1 and 2 for IH &E Final Quiz & Answer Key 2 Pages PDF 113.09 KB
PSM pre- post-test & answer key 3 Pages PDF 27.25 KB
PSM Train the Trainer 44 Slides PPTX 781.38 KB
Risk Management 49 Slides PPTX 1.68 MB
Risk Management pre- post-test & answer key 3 Pages PDF 99.58 KB
Safety Administration 65 Slides PPTX 2.9 MB
Safety Administration pre- post-test & answer key 3 Pages PDF 41.64 KB
Site Safety Train the trainer 31 Slides PPTX 2.76 MB
Site Safety Train the Trainer pre- post-test & answer key 9 Pages PDF 502.47 KB

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