I N S T R U C T O R - L E D L I V E C L A S S
Residential & Commercial
E N G L I S H & S P A N I S H
This course guided by an experienced Civil Engineer will explain the most common tools and equipment present in commercial and residential construction sites, how these can present an imminent danger to those who are exposed to them, and other common work-related risks. Terminology will be explained, and English equivalences will be rendered.
Including Court & Medical Interpreter, Edgar Hidalgo and Civil Engineer, Jose Vicente Arboleda.
Taking place online. Access from the comfort of your home using a phone, tablet, or pc.
Streaming from sunny, southern California. 3hr webinar starts January 11, 2020 at 9AM PST.
A P P R O V A L S _
C O U R T I N T E R P R E T E R S
3 Continuing Education Units approved by Language Access Programs for court interpreters certified in the following states:
CA , CO , FL, KY,
MD, NE, NM, OH,
OR, TN, TX, UT,
M E D I C A L I N T E R P R E T E R S
3 Continuing Education Units approved by CEAP for CCHI and the state of WA for DSHS certified Interpreters.
0.3 Continuing Education Units approved by IMIA for NBCMI certified Interpreters.
T R A N S L A T O R S
3 Continuing Education Units approved by the American Translators Association (ATA) for certified translators.
K E Y _ F E A T U R E S _
L I V E S E S S I O N
Upon registration, our team will send an email with instructions on how to attend the 3-hour webinar. Just in case, our team will also set up some email reminders.
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O N L I N E C O U R S E
The live session will be recorded and uploaded with study materials to the user account created for you at checkout. You can access anything provided for 3-months.
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C O U R S E T O P I C S
According to OSHA, nearly one-third of reportable injuries and 40% of fatalities in construction result from slips, trips, and falls. The first segment of the webinar studies the types of situations and objects that frequently come together before such accidents.
Many electrocutions happen at work sites, and workers are often caught-in or compressed by equipment. Objects that fall, roll, fly, slide, slip, and swing can do serious damage to a person. Here, we will cover the top sources of electrical shock, most common situations, and common objects that cause work injuries.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is protective clothing, helmets, goggles, or other garments or equipment designed to protect the wearer's body from injury. In the last portion of the webinar, we will cover the most essential PPE used in work-sites.