The American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE)

3 Days Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST) Examination Preparation Workshop

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You will receive information on CHST education and experience requirements for the certification and practice on questions addressing the areas to be covered by the exam.

Learn:

  • Safety program management and administration
  • OSHA regulations and inspections
  • Training and orientation
  • Hazard communication
  • Inspections and audits
  • Job hazard analysis/pre-job planning
  • Accident investigation
  • Recordkeeping requirements

Workshop Content Domain 1: Program Management

  • Assess the scope of work by reviewing contract documents in order to ensure the safety application is consistent with contract specifications and to support the development of the site-specific safety plan
  • Participate in the development of a site-specific safety plan by detailing hazards and corrective actions in order to ensure that foreseeable hazards are addressed 
  • Establish expectations for compliance with the site-specific safety plan with the contractors, employees, and other jobsite personnel using appropriate communication procedures in order to prevent accidents
  • Verify that the job safety analyses adhere to construction safety standards in cooperation with contractors, employees, and other jobsite personnel in order to ensure that foreseeable hazards have been identified and addressed
  • Provide technical guidance to jobsite personnel by maintaining a comprehensive knowledge of codes, standards, and best practices and information jobsite personnel of regulatory changes as they develop in order to maintain a safe and healthful work environment
  • Identify methods for addressing unanticipated hazards using professional knowledge and judgment in order to prevent loss and to modify the site-specific safety plan
  • Activate the emergency response plan when necessary in accordance with the site-specific safety plan in order to protect jobsite personnel and mitigate loss
  • Participate in accident and incident investigations using established procedures in order to recommend appropriate corrective actions

Domain 2: Worksite Auditing

  • Perform worksite assessments in accordance with regulations, best practices, and the site-specific safety plan using a walkthrough in order to verify compliance and identify hazards and potential hazards in the workplace
  • Recommend corrective actions for the hazards and potential hazards identified in the worksite assessment using professional knowledge and judgment in order to prevent loss and ensure compliance with regulations and the site-specific safety plan
  • Participate in regulatory safety, health and environmental inspections in accordance with directions provided in the site-specific safety plan in order to facilitate the inspection process

Domain 3: Training

  • Determine training needs based on job safety analyses, regulatory requirements, trends, and/or observations made in worksite audits in order to develop appropriate training
  • Deliver training that addresses required program elements using program management guidelines, on-the-job training and evaluation, and formal and informal resources in order to deliver appropriate training
  • Conduct site-specific job safety orientation and training using appropriate instructional methods in order to address jobsite hazards and abatement procedures as identified in the job safety analyses
  • Participate in jobsite safety meetings with all crafts by leading discussions, demonstrating safe practices, etc., in order to inform jobsite personnel of potential risks
  • Maintain complete and accurate records in all aspects of the safety program in accordance with established protocol in order to document interventions, losses, and audit findings and to support future decision making

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