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Safe Work Practices for House Construction- Online- 10 hours (CPD)

10 Group A Points
This 10 hours online course is to help builders, workers and employers in the house-building industry understand how to develop, maintain, and enforce safe work practices and procedures in compliance with the Regulation.The information in this course is organized to loosely follow the steps in building a house. This course focuses on how to prevent accidents and build safely before and during the construction. How to use equipment safely is also covered in this course. In this course not all aspects of house building are covered; rather, this course focuses on key areas where the risk of injury can be reduced in construction.

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