News From Mastery Training Services
June 2023

Remote Leadership

In our growing digital and remote work landscape, training leaders for effective distant team management is vital for productivity and company success.

Here are some recommended courses to help your leaders manage their virtual teams:

For a full list of courses related to remote work, click here.

Construction’s Fatal Four

The term "Construction's Fatal Four" refers to the four leading causes of fatalities in the construction industry. These four hazards account for a significant portion of fatal accidents that occur on construction sites.

The Construction's Fatal Four are as follows:

Falls: Falls are the leading cause of fatalities in the construction industry. They often occur from elevated surfaces such as roofs, scaffolding, ladders, or other unstable platforms. Fall hazard training can be found here.

Struck by Object: This refers to accidents where workers are struck by a moving object or equipment. Struck-by training can be found here.

Electrocutions: Electrocutions occur when workers come into contact with live electrical sources or energized equipment. For training on this hazard, click here.

Caught-in/between: This category includes incidents where workers are caught, crushed, or compressed between two objects or surfaces. For training on caught-between hazards, click here.

These four hazards collectively account for a significant number of fatalities in the construction industry. Is your team trained on these hazards? For a full list of courses featuring the construction industry, click here.

This Month's News:

Remote Leadership

Construction’s Fatal Four

Featured Courses 


Universal Waste

Confined Space Entry

PPE: Your Last Layer Of Protection

Conflict Resolution In Industrial Facilities

Hazard Communication


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