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JCJC offering a 30-hour OSHA Construction course

ELLISVILLE, MS (JONES COUNTY JUNIOR COLLEGE) – Jones County Junior College's Workforce Development team is offering a 30-hour OSHA Construction Course on Monday, September 20 through Wednesday, September 22 from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.  This course emphasizes understanding and applying OSHA standards, workplace hazard identification, avoidance, control, and prevention of unsafe acts or situations in a construction setting.  Practical information to effectively manage your workplace safety and health program is also discussed. The cost of the course is $225 per person.

The 30-hour Construction Course taught by Ben Rosenkrans, an authorized OSHA Outreach Trainer, will incorporate classroom lecture and hands-on skills training. Participants will receive a 29 CFR 1926 OSHA Construction Standards and course handouts.  Successful completion of the course will result in the awarding of a 30-hour OSHA Construction card. 

Pre-registration is required.  Call Shannon Wilks at the JCJC Advanced Technology Center at 601-477-4114 or email at shannon.wilks@jcjc.edu, or Regina Kitchens at 601-477-4186 or regina.kitchens@jcjc.edu.

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