METALCON’S SAFETY CERTIFICATION PROGRAM NOW APPROVED FOR 1 AIA LU CREDIT (Course 1 approved; remaining courses pending approval)

METALFOCUS® presents the latest metal safety rules, tools, trends and techniques to avoid costly or potentially fatal accidents―beyond traditional OSHA-10 safety training―and address situations unique to metal construction jobsites. Courses focus on increasing safety, reducing job site risks and lowering the risk of regulatory penalties, and include the following: 

Course 1       February 18      OSHA’s Steel Erection Standard (29 CFR 1926 Subpart R)
Course 2       February 25      Fall Protection Planning
Course 3       March 4             Hot Work & HW Permits
Course 4       March 12           Rigging Safety Considerations (not a rigging certification class)
Course 5       March 19           Crane Ops & Lift Planning
Course 6       March 25           Supervisor Safety Responsibilities
Course 7       April 1                 Project Safety Planning
Course 8       April 8                 Job Safety Analysis (JSA)
Course 9       April 15               Incident Reporting & Investigation
Course 10     April 22               Managing OSHA Inspections

Special introductory prices through April 1, 2021
Individual courses priced at $30, or pick a pack and save!

Group pricing is available! Mix and match courses to suite your group size
and ensure every member of your team gets the METALFOCUS® Safety training they need. Contact Kalyn Burke at or call her directly at 857-255-3341.


Your METALFOCUS® Safety Program Instructor – Craig A. Shaffer, CSP President of SafetyWorks, Inc.

Craig is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) with over 30 years of occupational safety and health experience in the construction and manufacturing industries.  He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics from Penn State and is an authorized instructor for the construction OSHA-10 & OSHA-30 courses.  He also instructs Red Cross 1st Aid & CPR/AED programs.

​Craig is regularly involved in field personnel OSHA/safety training, safety program and committee oversight, site safety planning and inspections, written safety policy development, seminar presentations, and OSHA compliance and citation consultation. He is a member of the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP), Metal Building Contractors & Erectors Assoc. (MBCEA), and Associated Builders & Contractors (ABC).