Steel Erection Safety Requirements
In Steel Erection Safety Requirements, you'll learn ...
- Mandatory requirements to protect employees from the hazards associated with steel erection activities
- The scope of coverage for 29 CFR 1960.750 Subpart R "Steel Erection", as well as what’s not included
- The most notable additions and changes to the “Steel Erection” standard relative to the previous revision
- The full requirements of the standard, including site layout and construction sequence, hoisting and rigging, column anchorage, beams and columns, open web steel joists, fall protection, and training requirements.
Steel erection can be dangerous business. The close proximity of workers to heavy equipment, overhead lifts and potentially unstable structures, combined with working at heights pose significant risks to workers that must be managed by the project.
In July, 2001, OSHA issued the latest revision of 29 CFR 1960.750 Subpart R "Steel Erection". This subpart sets forth requirements to protect employees from the hazards associated with steel erection activities involved in the construction, alteration, and/or repair of single and multi-story buildings, bridges, and other structures where steel erection occurs.
In this course, the student will review the requirements of 29CFR1960.750 Subpart R "Steel Erection". This course is relevant to engineers involved in all areas of steel erection, including structural design engineers since Subpart R addresses design issues, such as structural steel framing and connection details.
Specific Knowledge or Skill Obtained
This course teaches the following specific knowledge and skills:
- Site layout requirements and construction sequence for steel erection
- Safe rigging and hoisting procedures, including working under loads
- Multiple lift rigging procedures
- Decking, including roof and floor openings
- Requirements for anchor bolts, beams and columns
- Attachment and erection of steel joists, including erection bridging
- Erection of pre-engineered metal buildings
- Fall protection and falling object protection
Certificate of Completion
You will be able to immediately print a certificate of completion after passing a multiple-choice quiz consisting of 24 questions. PDH credits are not awarded until the course is completed and quiz is passed.
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