|10-Hour OSHA – Construction Industry
When you attend this two-day training course you will be focusing on the construction-related topics that OSHA deems most important. Once the course is completed, you will receive a card from OSHA as proof of your training. This course not only applies to construction companies. The standards also apply to individuals performing construction activities in any facility, including remodeling, rewiring and and/or equipment installation. The activity itself dictates which standard applies. Many companies are covered by both the construction and general industry standards. The topics covered in this course will apply to all companies that fall under the construction standards.
|30-Hour OSHA – Construction Industry
On successful completion of the course, students will receive a course completion certificate and an OSHA completion card. The course is appropriate for construction workers, foremen, job supervisors, superintendents, inspectors, etc., involved in the construction industry. Participants must spend 30 hours in the course and supplemental material. Course topics include:
- Course Introduction
- Introduction to OSHA
- Contractor’s Safety/Health Program
- Reporting and Record Keeping
- Electrical Hazards
- Fall Protection
- Materials Handling
- Cranes and Rigging
- Motorized Mobile Platforms
- The Competent Person
- Workzone Traffic Control
- Forklift Hazards
- Stairs and Ladders
- Concrete and Masonry
- Confined Space Entry
- Subpart R- Steel Erection
- Hand and Power Tools
- Fire Prevention
- Welding and Hot Work
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Ergonomics in Construction
- Subpart C – General Safety & Health
- Subpart D – Occupational Health & Environmental Controls
|10-Hour OSHA – General Industry
The 10-hour program is intended to provide instruction on a variety of general industry safety and health standards to participants. It will provide a general overview of OSHA requirements.
|30-Hour OSHA – General Industry
This OSHA training certification provides a variety of safety training on General Industry workplace safety and health. Employees who have safety responsibilities should take this class.
- Introduction to OSHA (2 Hours)
- Walking and Working Surfaces (1 Hour)
- Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, Fire Prevention Plans and Fire Protection (2 Hours)
- Electrical Safety (2 Hours)
Group Two (Six topics from following list) (14 Hours)
- Flammable and Combustible Liquids
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Permit Required Confined Spaces
- Materials Handling
- Machine Guarding
- Welding, Cutting and Brazing
- Hazard Communication
- Introduction to Industrial Hygiene/Bloodborne Pathogens
- Safety and Health Programs
Group Three - Optional (9 Hours)
Customized for your operation
This course is focused on established uniform injury and illness reporting procedures that meet or exceed requirements of OSHA and other state, federal and local regulations.
Standard 1910.200 is violated and cited by OSHA frequently. This course will help you create a proper HAZCOM plan that meets OSHA requirements. Topics will include maintaining MSDS, developing a regular schedule for employee training, proper documentation and additional valuable information.
We offer 8, 24 and 40-hour HAZWOPER training.
The 40-hour class provides compliance with OSHA Standard 29CFR 1910.120 requiring training for all individuals involved in cleanup of hazardous materials spills and releases. Students are trained to identify potential hazards and perform their jobs with minimal risks to their health. They will identify hazardous materials, learn how to decontaminate work areas, work with personal protective equipment, guard personal safety, etc.
The 24-hour training is for in-house spill teams and non-routine site works. It covers basic emergency response when dealing with small identifiable spills that do not require protective clothing. This class features the fundamentals of establishing and maintaining an in-house response team.
The 8-hour course is for all hazardous waste operations and emergency response staff. They are required to maintain current certification with an annual 8-hr refresher course.
This class is a review of OSHA Standard 1910.147. During this 8-hour class the participants will learn what machinery must be locked and tagged. Participants will look at establishing procedures to control energy sources, and the proper procedures for restoring power, start up or release of stored energy from equipment or piping systems which could cause injury to employees, contractors or other personnel.
This course will review 29CFR1910 subpart O and subpart P, machinery and machine guarding as well as handheld tools and equipment. Discussion of present guarding methodologies and pros and cons of each.
|Confined Space Entry
Course covers OSHA Standard 1910.146. Students will review safety precautions employees and supervisors should take when working in confined spaces. OSHA's definition of this standard will be reviewed. Participants will learn to complete entry permits, summon emergency services, catalogue equipment that is safe to use in confined spaces, specific procedures to be followed prior to and during entry, and much more.
Your employees may realize that falls may result from a number of factors, including unstable working surfaces, misuse of fall protection equipment, and human error. We reinforce their use of guardrails, fall arrest systems, safety nets, covers, and travel restriction systems preventing many of the deaths and injuries that result from falls.
Every employee who may be exposed to blood or other infectious substances is subject to OSHA regulation 29CFR 1910.1030. Our trainers work with attendees so they can learn how to control exposure, respond to emergencies involving blood, select personal protective equipment, document each incident, and institute a corrective action plan.
|Mold Operations & Maintenance Training
This course is designed to provide your employees with the basics of mold. This will include some recognition, prevention, and control of the hazards. Also provided is the latest regulatory information, understanding the sampling results, and so much more. Some topics include potential health effects, personal protection program, hygiene practices, and clearance sampling.
|Asbestos Operations & Maintenance Training
This course meets AHERA requirements for school maintenance personnel and the OSHA requirements for persons performing Class III work activities. Conducted as part of the Asbestos Worker Course, or as a separate course, instruction and hands-on training include coverage of the following topics: (16 Hours in Length)
- History of Asbestos Use
- Respirators & Protective Clothing
- Asbestos Control Options and Regulations
- Maintenance Related Removals
- Asbestos Waste Disposal