Beacon Mutual is proud to announce the addition of two new construction safety seminars to the catalog of programs available to our policyholders. Beacon seminars are free to policyholders and cover a wide range of topics. These two new programs are:
Basic Construction Safety - May 9 - 8:00 AM to 11:00 AM
This seminar addresses basic awareness level safety for workers involved in the construction industry, including common hazards and how to control them. Topics will include: Fall Protection, Ladders and Scaffolding, Hand and Power Tools, Machinery and Equipment Safety, Job Hazard Analysis, Material Handling and Storage, Electrical Safety, Trenching and Excavation, and Personal Protective Equipment. The seminar is intended for business owners, supervisory personnel and foreman, safety coordinators, and the general workforce. Upon completion of this course, attendees will be able to identify common hazards associated with various operations in the construction industry and have a general understanding of OSHA requirements.
Roofing Safety - May 30 - 8:00 AM to 11:00 AM
This seminar provides basic safety awareness training & principles for employees who work in the roofing industry. Roofing work can be dangerous even under the best conditions. Topics will include: Fall Protection Planning, Personal Fall Arrest Systems (criteria and practices), Roof Types, Slopes and Requirements, Roof Inspections, Falling Object Hazards, Material Handling, Rescue and Emergency Action Planning, and Safety Program Requirements. This course covers Basic Roofing Safety Principles for employees who work from elevation on residential, commercial and industrial buildings. In addition to the above topics, typical unsafe work behaviors will be discussed in an attempt to eliminate these habits among employers and workers. Upon completion of the Roofing Safety seminar, attendees will have a better understanding of the risks associated with working in the roofing profession and the measures to take to prevent accidents and injuries in the field. The seminar is intended for business owners, supervisory personnel and foreman, safety coordinators, and the general workforce.
Policyholders are required to register directly through our website.
Click here to open the Loss Prevention Seminar Guide for all course descriptions.
Click here to open the Spring 2017 Safety Seminar Schedule.