Construction Safety Signs (3-Hours)

· June 15, 2021

Learning Objectives in the USACE-NAVFAC Construction Safety Signs Course

This material is for training purposes only. It is to be used to assist the Project Manager, SSHO, and site workers with the best practices when working on USACE or NAFCAC construction projects. This course is not intended as a substitute for experience, however, the information learned throughout the course, along with the downloadable training materials will help the student excel in the federal construction field.

Construction sites can be hazards waiting to happen. Fortunately, if you work on Government Construction sites, you know what a big deal safety signs, tags, and labels are. They’re all over the place and just one of the USACE and NAVFAC solutions to keeping the job site as safe as possible. This course covers all Signs, Tags, Labels, Signals, Piping System Identification, and Traffic Control found on Government Construction Sites. The course materials will be an excellent reference for you to use when working on NAVFAC or USACE construction projects. This course is for everyone working on construction sites. The Site Safety and Health Officer who needs their 8-hour mandatory continuing education credits for the year will get 2 hours of credits once he or she passes the course.

Course Content

MODULE 1: INTRODUCTION TO PROPER GOVERNMENT CONSTRUCTION SIGNS

MODULE 2: Overview of Sign Standards
MODULE 3: DANGER SIGNS
MODULE 4: WARNING SIGNS
MODULE 5: CAUTION SIGNS
MODULE 6: NOTICE SIGNS
MODULE 7: SAFETY SIGNS
MODULE 8: COLOR CODING AND PIPING SYSTEMS
MODULE 9: RF RADIATION
MODULE 10: SAFETY SIGN REQUIREMENTS
MODULE 11: LOCKOUT/TAGOUT (LOTO)
MODULE 12: ACCIDENT PREVENTION TAGS
MODULE 13: MARINE SIGNALS
MODULE 14: TRAFFIC CONTROL
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Course Includes

  • 14 Lessons
  • 14 Quizzes

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Patrick
Posted 2 years ago
Great info

Like the course overall. Very informative. But was a little dry on the types of signs (warning danger, etc.). Started to nod off a little. But overall, I learned a lot. Thanks.

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