Master Risk Management and Problem Solving in Our Construction Supervisor Continuing Education Courses!

The 203P Risk Management Problem Solving STP Unit 6 is one of the construction supervisor continuing education courses that focus on identifying, managing and solving risk-related construction problems.

Learn how to utilize specific methods to reduce risk, prevent loss, and ensure a safe working environment. We will discuss the delegation of responsibility for safety, equipment maintenance, and common construction hazards, and other essential discussions for a safe and productive jobsite as found in our online construction certificate programs.

You will learn how to proactively reduce risk within the construction work environment. This class, like our other construction supervisor continuing education courses, will review proactive and reactive problem solving strategies in addition to the documentation, insurance policies, and reference materials that are relevant to what happens in the field.


A self paced course can be started at any time. You must complete the course within 10 weeks but you can work through the course as quickly as you like.

There are no weekly goals and no interaction with other students. Please check your inbox to read additional information in your welcome email.


In this online:construction supervisor continuing education course you will:

Understand the risk management duties of the construction supervisor

Recognize risk within the construction work environment

Identify and encourage human factors to achieve a zero accident workplace.

Be able to explain the indirect and hidden costs of construction accidents

Be able to establish a good construction safety program for your crew and job site even if your company does not have a formal safety program

Understand the roles of commitment, attitudes, and training within an effective safety program

Explain potential hazards similar to those that create the highest number of accidents and how they can be prevented

Know where to find reference material and information about OSHA standards, Guide Publications, and regulatory information

Understand how to manage crisis situations

Know how to conduct accident investigations

Know how to prepare a plan for project loss control that includes construction insurance, protection of underground utilities, and controlling job site theft

Explain Experience Modification Rate and determine the effect the rate has on your labor costs. Be able to perform calculations using the EMR

Understand the role that construction contractual relationships play in controlling job site safety. This subject includes managing subcontractors for safety compliance

Know how to recognize and control substance abuse on the job site

Know how to participate in a safety inspection conducted by a regulatory agency

Students Learn Online Courses


Each week you will have online class discussions (15 points) and a quiz (10 points).It is important that the student keep up with the class and not fall behind in any of our construction supervisor continuing education courses.

Course modules will be made available to students on Sunday of each week. Class work must be completed before the following Monday. Students will not be able to work ahead of the class although reading assignments will be made available in advance. Actual dates that modules will become available will be posted in advance on the course calendar.


Graded assignments will consist of one quiz for each module and participation in at least two class discussions.  Students should provide at least 4 contributions to the class discussions each week to gain the maximum points. 

Students learn more and learn better when they discuss the topic at hand.  For that reason, I consider the regular weekly discussions to be even more important than the weekly quizzes.

Grades will be posted on a weekly basis.  You will have full access to your grade sheet so you will be able to keep track of how you are doing at all times.

Your overall grade in the course will be determined by the total number of points you have accumulated on quizzes and assignments. 

The grading scale is as follows:


225 to 250 points


200 to 224 points


175 to 199 points


140 to 174 points


Anything less will be considered an unauthorized withdrawal from the course

You will be given more information about the grading and other course matters in the Orientation Module.


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