On large construction projects, the superintendent’s job is to run the day-to-day operations on the construction site and control the short-term schedule. The role of the superintendent also includes important quality control and subcontractor coordination responsibilities. It is common for most finance-related tasks and long-term scheduling to be handled by a project manager. The project manager and superintendent need to cooperate and share control effectively. Superintendents are almost universally stationed on the construction site, while project managers are usually based in the contractor’s office with part-time on site responsibilities.
The Objective of this course is to cover the OSHA requirements for common exposures on a construction site.
Each exposure will be broken down by the equipment type or material.
Superintendents should walk sites multiple times a day and needs to be able to spot safety issues and correct them.
Course Length: 8 Hours