Construction Safety Engineering and Site Audits (Part 1)
This Course includes the identification and engineering evaluation of key risk factors for construction operations, and the preplanning of engineered strategies to mitigate and control these hazards. Topics include evaluation of high profile risks of Demolition, Excavation, Elevated work areas, Marine and bridge work, Heavy equipment operations, Steel Erection and Crane Operations Working in Petroleum and Chemical Processing Facilities, Work Zone Traffic Control and the MUTCD. The focus is on Preplanning and Safety Engineering of High Hazard Construction Operations.
Construction Safety Engineering and Site Audits (Part 2)
Part Two covers current techniques of site safety engineering audits and inspections to support successful implementation of hazard identification and control strategies on construction projects. Topics include field audits, accident investigation, and use of computer applications to acquire and evaluate data. Focus is on field auditing of high hazard operations such as Steel Erection and Crane Operations, Excavation and Trenching, Demolition, Working in Petroleum and Chemical Processing Facilities, Marine Exposures, Heavy Equipment and Fleet Operations, Mitigation of Losses due to Falls from Heights.
Dr. Stanley Rosen, PhD, P.E., CIH, CSP
Stan is a Certified Safety Professional, a Certified Industrial Hygienist, and a Registered Professional Engineer in New York, New Jersey and Florida. He is authorized as an OSHA Construction Outreach Instructor Trainer, and is a licensed NYC Site Safety Manager. Stan has a B.E. in Mechanical Engineering from Cooper Union, a Masters in Management Engineering from Columbia University, and a Ph.D. in Safety from New York University.
He is a past National Chairman of the ASME Safety Division, and was elected an ASME Fellow in 2001. Stan currently Volunteers as a member of the American Industrial Hygiene Association Construction Division and was elected an AIHA Fellow in 2012. Stan’s experience includes several corporate and consulting positions, including service as national director of Safety Management for AIG Construction Risk Management from 1995 to 2013, providing risk assessments, safety engineering, training and related services to major construction companies, underwriters and producers.
This seminar is approved by Marzzo Engineering, PLLC a New York State Approved Sponsor
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