Friday, September 20, 2013

Construction Tech class earns OSHA 10-Hour Certification

Congratulations to Eric Radmer's first year Construction Tech class for successfully completing the Career Safe Online OSHA 10-Hour Construction Industry Course. The online course provides basic information for entry level construction workers on job safety,  health hazards, employee rights and employer responsibilities. This certification is an industry recognized standard that will not only be beneficial to the students while on the school work site  but will add to their credentials when they are seeking outside employment. Second year Construction Tech students retained their certification from last year. The students will now focus their efforts on construction of a house to be used for Habitat for Humanity.

Instructor Eric Radmer, Logan Sappington, Aaron Ewens, David Ayers, Sterling Burkett and Jeremiah Vick,
front row, Reilly Long, Blake Harmon and Joshua Bond pose with OSHA 10 hour Construction Certificates

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