Steel Erection

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ annual review of mortality data, steel erection consistently ranks in the top 10 most dangerous jobs in the country. The construction of heavy-duty high-rise structures, metal buildings, and even signage are all examples of steel erection work. Erection of steel is frequently the skeleton core of constructions such as bridges, commercial and retail complexes, office buildings, and industrial facilities. In 2001, OSHA issued the current rule for steel erection, which is referred to as Subpart R, 1926.750.

Goals of the Course

The goal of this course is to impart vital information to both employees and employers in order to protect them from the hazards of steel erection operations on the worksite.

training requirements of 29 CFR 1910.120(e)(3)(i) defined by Federal OSHA HAZWOPER for general industry.

training requirements of 29 CFR 1926.65(e)(3)(i) defined by Federal OSHA HAZWOPER for construction sector.

HAZWOPER training requirements for EPA and State OSHA guidelines.

Audience Specified

The audience of this course are all those workers involved in steel erection operations happening in

Single-story buildings

Multi-story buildings


Other structures which require steel erection for any purpose.

Learning Outcome:

At the completion of this training, students will be able to:

Chain Saw Safety Training Modules:

Module 1

Site Preparation

Module 2


Module 3

Structural Stability

Module 4

Structural Stability (Continued)

Module 5

Structural Stability (Continued)

Module 6

Metal Buildings and Overhead Hazards

Module 7

Fall Protection

Module 8

Steel Erection Safety Training

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