Resource Review: Construction Hazards - Falls in Construction/Reroofing

The video shows how quickly workers can be injured or killed on the job and are intended to assist those in the construction industry.

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Resource Details

Vendor/Sponsor

Occupational Safety and Health Administration

Format

Online Training Video

Review Date

09/21/16

Program Design Elements

  Yes No Unavailable or N/A
Clear, consistent screen design
User-friendly; intuitive navigation
Pace is learner controlled
Job-like examples included
Module map/table of contents
Exit option with bookmark feature

Content Elements

  Yes No Unavailable or N/A
Contains accurate information
Relevant and accurate graphics
Relevant job-like examples or other
Definitions for technical terms
Logical sequence
References
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Comments:

The video shows how quickly workers can be injured or killed on the job and are intended to assist those in the industry to identify, reduce, and eliminate construction-related hazards. The video is presented in clear, easily accessible vocabulary, and show common construction worksite activities. The video may be used for employer and worker training. The video presents:

  • A worksite incident based on true stories that resulted in worker injury or death.
  • Corrective actions for preventing these types of incidents.

 

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