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University of Tennessee - SH-31204-SH7

Fall Prevention in Construction

Grantee Name: University of Tennessee Grant Number: SH-31204-SH7 Grant Year: 2017

The grantee developed new training education materials for fall prevention in construction.  Training topics included roof structure falls, ladder falls, scaffold and platform falls, bucket/aerial falls, and opening falls.  Training was offered in English.

Why Focus on Falls?

Title Language Length Format File Size
Why Focus on Falls?
Introduction to OSHA
English
27 slides
PPTX 352.44 KB
OSHA Regulation Updates
English
9 slides
PPTX 442.52 KB
Why Focus on Falls
English
63 slides
PPTX 2.96 MB
Sign-in Sheet
English
1 page
PDF 98.09 KB
Pre-test
English
3 pages
PDF 88.73 KB
Pre-test Answers
English
3 pages
PDF 112.15 KB
Post-test
English
3 pages
PDF 280.94 KB
Post-test Answers
English
3 pages
PDF 124.55 KB
Class Evaluation
English
1 page
PDF 80.47 KB

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