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Cumberland Building Trades Students Earn OSHA Cards Featured

Twenty-one Cumberland High School students enrolled in Building Trades I recently completed the 10 hour OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) Safety in Construction class. This class trains workers and employers on the recognition, avoidance, and prevention of hazards in the workplace. After successful completion of the course, participants are awarded their OSHA cards, which are issued by the Department of Labor. The training covers such topics as fall protection, personal protective equipment, electrical safety, excavation hazards, and life-saving equipment.

Building Trades instructor David Sullivan said, “I am very proud of them!” He added that students in his Energy and Power and Sustainability classes also completed training and received their OSHA cards.

Building Trades I students receiving their OSHA 10 Cards include the following: FRONT ROW: Christian Jackson and Damon Sims.

BACK ROW: Orianna Anthony, Troy Ortiz, Michael Blevins, Chris Johnston, Julie Westbrook, Cesar Gamez, Ziahir Berry, Malachi McLean, Sultan Abassi, Brian Simpson, and Josh Marsh.

 

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