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A checklist for helping you make sure every confined space entry ends with a safe exit.Demolition Key components of ANSI's Safety Requirements for Demolition Operations. Demolition Dangers Respiratory hazards, blasting precautions, and what to consider when working in occupied structures. Electric Arc Welding Learn about fire prevention, proper ventilation, and PPE before you begin to weld. Formwork & Reinforcing Steel A list of dos and don'ts when pouring concrete, installing reinforcing steel, or forming foundation walls. Marine Operations Working safely near or over water to prevent drowning or slips and falls. Masonry Construction PPE, impalement hazards, and limited access zones in masonry work. Masonry Work Minimize the dangers of masonry work with respiratory protection, skin protection, eye protection, and fall protection. Paints, Finishes, & Coatings Read labels and MSDS sheets to learn about flammability, health effects, and proper cleanup of paints, finishes, and coatings. Plant & Process Safety Learn how the hazards on a plant are different from those of a traditional construction site. Roofing A pre-planning checklist for safe roofing work. Roofing Safety Potential dangers of roofing work: access, power lines, fall protection, respiratory protection, fire protection, PPE, holes and skylights. Safety for Home Builders Some common safety hazards of residential construction. Safety in Confined Spaces The hazards of confined spaces and questions to ask yourself before you enter a confined space. Safety on the Small Job When you're the only one on the site, safety is all up to you. Steel Erection I Hazards of steel erection: cranes, falls, structural collapse, overhead hazards, lack of training. Steel Erection II Safety tips for ironworkers: assembly work, falls, crushed-by accidents, falling objects. Taking Safety to New Heights (Steel Erection) Steel erection--site conditions, hoisting and rigging, and fall protection. The Steel Erection Standard Key requirements of OSHA's steel erection standard (Subpart R). Tilt-Up Safety OSHA requirements for precast concrete in tilt-up construction. Welding and Cutting Safety Fire hazards and personal safety when welding or cutting. Working Over or Near Water
Personal flotation devices (PFDs) and an emergency plan can save your life when working over or near water.
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