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Vermont: Mandatory Safety Training Now Available


Construction contractors can resume working in Vermont, if they follow new state safety requirements. It’s easy and ABC will help you.

Addendum 11 to the Stay Home, Stay Safe Executive Order included a directive that by May 4th, all employees returning to work according to Phased Work Safe Guidelines, including those already working, must complete a mandatory training on health and safety requirements as provided by VOSHA, or another training program that meets or exceeds the VOSHA-provided standard. The Department of Labor has posted training materials in both online and printable formats.

Take the online training now to become compliant with the state’s mandatory training for all workers.Once your employee(s) review and become familiar with the material, they need to complete, print and carry this certificate with them on every jobsite. Every employee needs to complete this training by May 4. 
 
ABC has arranged training designed for safety officers, supervisors, foremen and crew leaders. The training covers an industry-developed plan that exceeds the VOSHA-provided standard and will provide jobsite leaders with safety governance documents, tool box talks and more. It will last approximately 1.5 hours. The training is FREE but registration is required. 

´╗┐Please click here to sign up for the class, which will be offered Wednesday and Friday at 3:00 p.m. each day. 


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