Rutgers School of Public Health - SH-29649-SH6

Confined Space Hazards in Construction Industry

Grantee Name: Rutgers School of Public Health Grant Number: SH-29649-SH6 Grant Year: 2016

The grantee provided 4-hour awareness and 7.5-hour confined space safety training to workers in the construction industry. The target audience included small business, temporary, minority and hard to reach, non-literate/low literacy, and workers. Grantee used existing materials to conduct training in English and Spanish. New materials included revised workbooks.

Confined Spaces in Construction

Title Language Length Format File Size
Confined Space Hazards
Pre and Post Test Construction Confined Space
English
11 Slides
PPTX 94.76 KB
Confined Space Workbook 4 Hour
English
78 Pages
PDF 4.51 MB
Confined Space in Construction Workbook 7.5 Hour
English
105 Pages
PDF 4.83 MB
Evaluation
English
1 Page
PDF 34.34 KB
Espacios Confinados Libro de Trabajo
Confined Space Workbook 4 Hour (Spanish)
Spanish
78 Pages
PDF 3.94 MB

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