Safety & Health Training

Safety & Health Conferences

Ƶ hosts two safety and health conferences annually, in and . This is a robust community of more than 300 construction EHS professionals who gather every six months to learn, share, and connect with one another. Topics cover almost every aspect of construction safety and health. There is no better place to grow your knowledge and network.

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Safety Management Training Course (SMTC)

Ƶ’s Safety Management Training course is a three-day course focusing on fundamental skills required for managing a company's safety program in the construction industry. Key topics covered in the course include OSHA inspections, job safety analysis (JSA), accident investigation, and multi-employer relations. Participants can expect to gain essential knowledge and skills in these areas to effectively oversee safety programs in construction settings.

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Advanced Safety Management Training Course (ASMTC)

Ƶ’s Advanced Safety Management Training course is a three-day course that offers advanced strategies and industry best practices for effectively managing a corporate safety program in the construction sector. Key topics covered in this course include training supervisors, understanding the legal aspects of construction safety, mastering insurance and risk management, and acquiring skills in crisis management tactics. Participants can expect to gain in-depth knowledge and expertise in these critical areas, enabling them to excel in managing safety programs within their construction companies.

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Susan Harwood Federal Training Grant

OSHA awards grants to nonprofit organizations on a competitive basis through its Susan Harwood Training Grant Program. Grants are awarded to provide training and education programs for employers and workers on the recognition, avoidance, and prevention of safety and health hazards in their workplaces and to inform workers of their rights and employers of their responsibilities under the Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Act. Ƶ of America has been a proud recipient of this grant for almost 20 years. 

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Risk Management 101

This half-day course is offered alongside Ƶ's Safety & Health Conference. It serves as an introduction for both entry-level and experienced safety professionals who want to broaden their understanding of risk management. The course covers essential topics such as construction insurance, workers' compensation, and claims management. It is designed to provide participants with valuable insights and knowledge in these areas to help them effectively manage risk in the construction industry.

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Risk Management 201

This half-day course is offered alongside Ƶ Safety, Health, & Environmental conference. It builds on the Risk Management 101 for Construction Safety Professionals and covers more advanced topics, such as lines of insurance coverage for contractors, subcontractor prequalification, and the project review process. You will learn about what actions contractors can take that will influence your insurance rates.

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Online Safety Training

Ƶ Members Save 10% on All Courses. 

Ƶ of America’s online training collaboration with includes a comprehensive library of courses, many available in both English and Spanish, covering a variety of construction safety and general industry topics.

Courses Include:

  • 10- and 30-Hour OSHA Outreach Training
  • EM-385-1-1
  • Safety and Health Fundamentals
    • Personal Protective Equipment
    • Slips, Trips and Falls
    • Electrocution
    • Fall Protection
    • Ergonomics
    • Back Injury Prevention and Safe Lifting Techniques
  • HAZWOPER Training with CEU’s 
    • 40-Hour
    • 24-Hour
    • 16-Hour
    • 8-Hour Refresher
    • 8-Hour Supervisor
  • Mold in Construction
  • DOT Courses

Benefits of a Business Account:

  • Quantity discounts
  • Assign users training directly from the website
  • Reporting
  • Accountability - track progress

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This page was last updated on October 4, 2023.