- Welcome back, Jim Rogers here, continuing my discussion…on issues facing the construction industry.…And in this episode of my weekly series,…I'm continuing the safety topic,…and I'll be talking specifically…about the types of training and policies…that I think are needed by project management personnel.…In my previous episodes, I discussed safety issues…and safety training, and I talked about two different types…of training that our craft workers need to have.…In this episode, I'm gonna look at what type of training…is needed for the people who manage the project site…and the trades, rather than those individual workers.…
When you manage the project site,…you need training that is more closely related…to that general hazard awareness training…that I described in previous episodes.…You don't need task specific training,…because you don't directly manage workers…at that task level, you manage subcontractors.…Don't get me wrong here, you still need training.…You cannot just put this all off on the trades.…Remember that one of the reasons…
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