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Construction Safety Program

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Overview

The Office of Environmental Health, Safety, and Risk Management's Construction Safety Program is designed to minimize risks and protect the UTSA community as the University continues to grow. This is achieved through safety training, construction site inspections, and environmental monitoring. The Construction Safety Program is administered by the Environmental Protection & Construction Safety Division (EPCSD).

Construction Site Inspections

To ensure contractors are following safety standards and industry best practices, our team regularly conducts inspections of the working conditions at on-campus construction sites. We assess these sites to ensure that appropriate equipment and procedures are in use, in order to protect those at the worksite as well surrounding areas.

Training

Our team provides the following training courses for UTSA staff and faculty:

North Paseo Building - October 2013
  • SA 0471: Basic Safety for Maintenance: This course discusses many basic safety issues encountered during our every day work tasks, including physical safety, personnel protection, weather-related issues, and basic everyday safety.
  • SA 0455: Asbestos & Indoor Air Quality : Will discuss basic information regarding asbestos, the health effects of asbestos, and the procedures for dealing with asbestos at UTSA to comply with state and federal regulations and minimize potential exposure risks. Will discuss the variety of items that affect our indoor work environment.

To sign up for training, go to mytraining.utsa.edu. For more information on the Construction Safety Program, contact us.