Welcome to the new Navitent!

Start:Jun 20, 2024

Duration:5 Minutes

Goal: this Cognitive Trail will increase the ability to apply Cal/OSHA safety standards for the construction industry and reduce 'near misses'.

Description: This Navitent will increase the successfulness of applying OSHA's safety standards. It is designed to reduce the frequency of near misses re ... Read More

Summary: Safety Made Simple

Step 1

The next Steps cover Cal/OSHA safety regulations for First Aid. Where appropriate, we have referenced the code from Title 8 of the California Code of Regulations.

The topics we will cover in this Navitent are:

-Minimum Supplies
-Trained Personnel
-Emergency Medical Services
-Exposure to Blood

After each of the next Steps, select the 'successful' response to indicate that you have read and understand the Step.

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Step 2

Minimum Supplies

A first aid kit must be provided by each employer on all jobsites and must contain the minimum of supplies as determined by an authorized licensed physician or as listed in 1512(c).

Step 3

Trained Personnel

Trained personnel in possession of a current Red Cross First Aid certificate or its equivalent must be immediately available at the jobsite to provide first aid treatment. 1504(a), 1512(b)

Step 4


Each employer shall inform all of its employees of the procedure to follow in case of injury or illness. 1512(d)

Step 5

Emergency Medical Services

Emergency medical services, including a written plan, must be provided. 1512(a),(e)

Step 6

Exposure to Blood

Exposure to blood borne pathogens is considered a job-related hazard for construction workers who are assigned first aid duties in addition to construction work. Although construction employers are specifically exempted from General Industry Safety Order (GISO) 5193 requirements, they are required to provide appropriate protection for employees who may be exposed to blood borne pathogens when providing first aid. 3203

Step 7

How much did this Navitent help you to understand the Cal/OSHA safety regulations for First Aid, including:

-Minimum Supplies
-Trained Personnel
-Emergency Medical Services
-Exposure to Blood

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