Course Description

The Construction Site Safety Supervisor - is designed for the project personal responsible for safety on the job site, and specifically to provide field managers the expertise to understand safety to a high degree.  It gives you the tools you will need to carry out Safety Directives for controlling contractors and sub contractors,  Teach you how to control multiple construction sites PPE Programs, JSA's. Site Evacution plans and more. Teaches you how to protect your company from lawsuites and OSHA Site enforcment officers.

Prerequisit - OSHA 30 or can be taken concurrently.

Books: 2 -In addition to tuition.

 Terms - One Time payment or Weekly. Must be paid before certificate is granted.

Purchase Orders from companies.

The trainee must complete the entire FIELD SAFETY curriculum and 11 modules from the Safety Technology 1st edition manual.

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Occupation Description


Occupational Health and Safety Specialists
Review, evaluate, and analyze work environments and design programs and procedures to control, eliminate, and prevent disease or injury caused by chemical, physical, and biological agents or ergonomic factors. May conduct inspections and enforce adherence to laws and regulations governing the health and safety of individuals. May be employed in the public or private sector. Includes environmental protection officers.

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Master Safety Instructor

Robert L. Vincent

Hello!Welcome to NateOvation Institue of Vocational Training.  OSHA 10-30 and Beyond. We are a non-profit vocational school for adults who whant to improve their professional standing at their job.Phone: 1-702-772-9303 Email: NateOvation@gmail.comMy name is Robert L. Vincent.  I am the Safety Officer and Founder of I am  a retired General Contractor with over 30 years experience in Construction Project Management, Estimating, and  Construction Safety work. So, I have a lot to say when I am teaching  class in OSHA 10, OSHA 30, and Safety Officers School.The OSHA 10  and 30 Courses are the foundation for the rest of the Learning Management System.Our Safety Officer program is  perfectly aligned  and is based on the Pearson Prentice Hall Book Publishing Contren Learning Series. The curriculum was built on industry best practices by a team of safety professionals and meets the training needs of the craft professional, Safety, and Safety Manager. health, and environmental practitioners worldwide. SAFETY TRAINING CREDENTIALSConstruction Site Safety Officer (CSSO)The CSSO is designed for the project personnel responsible for safety on the job site, and specifically to provide field managers the expertise to understand safety to a high degree. The trainee must complete the entire Field Safety curriculum and either 11 modules from the Safety Technology 1st Edition curriculum  for this credential. He also must have a OSHA 30 before entering the program. However, it can be taken concurrently.Please download and printout your student class card before proceeding.  As you go through each class you have to sign off on that Chapter or Module. After you have completed your courses then you can scan your class card and send it back signed.You can take a break at any time. After I review your work I will call you.

Course curriculum

  1. 1
    • Field Safety

    • What does a Safety Officer Earn?


  2. 2
  3. 3
    • Confined Spaces

  4. 4

  5. 5
    • Electrical Safety

  6. 6
    • Working From Elevations

  7. 7
    • Steel Erection

  8. 8
    • Heavey Equipment

    • Heavy Equipment, Forklift, and Crane Safety

  9. 9
    • Concrete and Masonry

  10. 10
    • Introduction to Materials Handling

  11. 11

  12. 12
    • Introduction to Safety Technology

  13. 13
    • Hazard Recognition, Evaluation and Control

  14. 14
    • Risk Analysis and Assessment

  15. 15
    • Inspections, Audits, and Observations

  16. 16
    • Employee Motivation

  17. 17
    • Employee Motivation

  18. 18
    • Site Specific ES & H Plans

  19. 19
    • Emergency Action Plans:

  20. 20
    • JSA 'S AND TSA'S

  21. 21
    • Safety Orientation and Training

  22. 22
    • Safety Orientation and Training

  23. 23
    • Work Permit Polices

  24. 24
    • Safety Meetings

  25. 25
    • Accident Investigation: Polices and Proceedures

  26. 26
    • Accident Investigation - Data Analysis

  27. 27
    • Record Keeping

  28. 28

  29. 29
    • ES&H Data Tracking and Trending

  30. 30
    • Environmental Awarness