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Construction Safety General Industry Safety
OSHA 30 Hour Construction Training OSHA 30 Hour General Industry Training
OSHA 10 Hour Competent Person Training OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Safety Training
  Update OSHA 10 Hour Construction Safety Training OSHA Recordkeeping
Fall Protection Training Health and Safety Training
Scaffold User Course & Competent Person Training Blood-borne Pathogens
  ARC Flash Hazard
Excavation & Trenching Safety Energy Isolation Lockout - Tagout Training
Confined Space Entrant, Attendant & Supervisor  
  Update Confined Space Safety Training DOT HM Series Training
Lockout/Tagout (Trades) HM 126F General Awareness
Respiratory Protection Training & Fit Testing HM 181 Basic Hazmat-Shipper
Machine Guarding Safety HM 232 Security Awareness
Hazard Communication Program 2012 - Global Harmonization System  
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Hazard Assessments  
  HAZWOPER Series
  40 Hour Technician Level Training
  24 Hour Supervisor
Mobile Equipment  
Telehandler Operator Safety Training  
Forklift Operator Safety Training  
Forklift Operator Assessment and Certification  
Piggy Back Forklift Operator Training JSA - JHA – Job Hazard Analysis Training
Skid Steer Operator Safety Training  
Aerial Lift Operator Safety Training  
Scissor Lift Operator Safety Training  
Boom Truck Safety Operator Training  
   

OSHA 30 Hour Construction Training (Conducted over 5 days)

This is a comprehensive occupational safety and health compliance course reviewing federal regulations. Designed for Construction Managers and Superintendents/Supervisors who are responsible for the overall safety of their employees and the job site. Participants who successfully complete this course will receive a course completion card from Federal OSHA.

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OSHA 10 Hour Construction Competent Person Training (Conducted over 2 days)

Special emphasis is placed on areas in construction that mostly results in worker injury or property damage. Topics covered will include Electrical Safety, PPE, Material Handling, Hand and Power tools, Cranes, Excavation/trenching, Fall protection, Ladder and Aerial lift safety, Steel erection, Scaffold safety. Special emphasis is provided on Residential Construction. Upon completion of the class, each student will receive an OSHA 10-hour wallet card.

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Update OSHA 10 Hour Construction Safety Training

For current holders of the OSHA 10 Hours Competent Person Certificate, by attending an update
class 4 hours every 4 - 5 years you have successfully updated your 10 hour certificate. Upon completion of the class, each student will receive an Update Sticker for your OSHA 10-hour wallet card.

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Fall Protection Training - 3 Hours

Fall Protection Class: This training will focus on OSHA compliance and standards, and practical field applications. Upon completion of the class, each student will receive a Fall Protection Training wallet card.

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Scaffold User Course & Competent Person Training Workshop (call for details)

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Excavation & Trenching Safety & Competent Person Training (call for details)

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Confined Space Entrant, Attendant and Supervisory Training

This course covers a variety of topics such as: the roles, responsibilities of entrants, attendants and supervisior, characteristics of typical confined spaces, and entry requirements. Also covered are pre-entry briefings, communication to be used during confined-space operations, entry and exit procedures. This is a thorough overview of emergency response actions and rescue procedures, the use and care of personal protective equipment, air monitoring, proper ventilation techniques, respiratory protection, and lock-out and energy source control. Complies with training mandates in OSHA’s regulation to improve confined space safety and rescuer procedures. Curriculum covers: definitions, hazards, entry programs and permits, monitoring equipment, lock out/tag out, personal protective equipment and respiratory protection.

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Update Confined Space Safety Training

This course builds on existing information and skills for the confined space entrants, attendants and supervisor, reinforcing characteristics of typical confined spaces, pre-entry briefings, permit procedures, and discussion of the OSHA Standard. Complies with training mandates in OSHA’s regulation to improve confined space safety and rescuer procedures.

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Lockout/Tagout (Trades)

This course is for those responsible for actually using the lockout/tagout procedures. Individuals who apply the locks, service equipment requiring isolation, and work directly on the mechanical equipment should attend.

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Respiratory Protection & Fit Testing

This course is designed to provide a functional overview of the principles of respiratory protection. Participants will learn OSHA requirements for respiratory protection programs, including provisions of the OSHA respirator standard; medical aspects of respirator use; OSHA-accepted respirator fit test procedures through hands-on participation. This course will fulfill the training requirements on the need, selection, use, and care of employee respiratory protection, as well as the practical fit test requirement. This course will introduces workers, supervisors and small business owners to compliance requirements of existing respiratory protection standards. Students are required to provide their own equipment.

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Machine Guarding

This course underlines the hazards of moving machinery. OSHA standards state: "All hazardous areas of a machine shall be guarded to prevent accidental 'caught in' situations". References: General Requirements for all Machines, Woodworking Machinery, Abrasive Wheels, Power Presses, and Power Transmission. Topics of discussion include: responsibilities of management, supervisors, employees and machine guarding requirements, and general requirements for machine guards and training. Program includes a written exam.

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Hazard Communication 2012 - Global Harmonization System

The class provides an overview of OSHA requirements for hazard communication, which include who must be trained, what must be covered, and how facility workers should be trained. Also discussed are OSHA requirements for hazard determination, safety data sheets, and labels. In addition, the class will review requirements for a written hazard communication program, employee information and record keeping requirements.

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Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Hazard Assessments

This class discusses personal protective equipment (PPE), devices worn by workers to protect against work place accidents. Covered is when PPE is necessary and what types of PPE are appropriate, conduct hazard assessments to determine what PPE would be appropriate for the task. OSHA’s standards require employers to furnish and employees to use suitable protective equipment where there is a "reasonable probability" that injury can be prevented by such equipment. Program includes a written exam.

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Forklift Operator Safety Training Certification:
    Counter Balance Fixed Mast, Construction Extended Reach/Tele-handler, Piggy Back

This 4-hour course meets the requirements of the OSHA Powered Industrial Truck Standard (1910.178). The training will focus on the type and style of the forklift utilized by your employees (Warehouse Counterbalance, Order Picker, Construction Rough Terrain Counterbalance, Tele-handler/Extend Reach, Piggyback etc.). In addition to learning forklift safety concerns, participants will be tested on their ability to handle the forklift safely, and upon passing, will be issued an Industrial Truck operators card for the equipment they operate. Program includes a written exam.

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Forklift Operator Assessment and Re-Certification:
    Counter Balance Fixed Mast, Construction Extended Reach/Tele-handler, Piggy Back

Instructor will provide an assessment of current forklift operators for safe handling a load and knowledge of the specific truck routinely operated. Upon successfully completing of the assessment and a written test, each operator will be issued an Industrial Truck operators card.

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Mobile Lift, Aerial Lift, Scissor Lift, and Boom Truck Equipment Operator Training (call for details)

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OSHA 30 Hour General Industry Training (Conducted over 5 days)

This is a comprehensive occupational safety and health compliance course reviewing federal regulations. Designed for General Industry Managers and Supervisors who are responsible for the overall safety of their employees and the facility. This course presents detailed information on how the provisions of the OSHAct may be implemented in the workplace. Rights and responsibilities under the OSHAct, the appeals process, record keeping, and Voluntary Protection Programs. The course also includes an introduction to OSHA’s General Industry standards and an overview of the requirements of the more frequently referenced standards. Participants who successfully complete this course will receive a course completion card from Federal OSHA.

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OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Safety Training (Conducted over 2 days)

This training is designed for personnel from all types of industries to present detailed information on how the provisions of the OSHAct may be implemented in the workplace. Special emphasis is placed on areas in a fixed facility that mostly results in worker injury or property damage. Topics covered will include Hazard Communication, Emergency Response Planning, Electrical Safety, Personal Protective Equipment, Exits and Egress. Participants who successfully complete this course will receive an official course completion card from Federal OSHA.

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OSHA Recordkeeping

This training is designated for the employee that must maintain the OSHA recordkeeping forms and how to fill them out correctly. You will learn how the companies need to comply and what types of incidents they need to report. Know the difference between incident "reporting" and "recording." Develop an understanding of who is responsible for filling out the forms and how good recordkeeping can help you identify high-risk areas and procedures. A good working knowledge of OSHA's recordkeeping requirements gives you a solid foundation for a successful, well-managed safety program.

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Health and Safety Training

This training is broken down into specific module that allows you to take the specific training you are interested in. The training is set up for those persons engaged in home health care, nursing care or foster care that are required to receive OSHA Safety Training hours. At the end of the training you will receive a completion letter for your agency.

Modules: Blood borne Pathogens, Back Safety, Emergency Action Plans, Fire Prevention Plans, Slips, Trips and Falls, Violence in the Workplace

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Blood-borne Pathogens

This 1-hour class is a general awareness session addressing the precautions, health issues and basic protocols in dealing with body fluid-related events. This is a class designed to provide every employee with a basic understanding of the actions to take when confronted with body fluids in the workplace.

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ARC Flash Hazard

Arc Flash Hazard Training focuses on recent code revisions from OSHA, NEC and NFPA regarding electrical safety training, specifically electrical fault hazards. This course is for the non-electrician who needs to be aware of the important safety concepts on arc flash safety. Also. labeling and marking requirements and various personal protective equipment (ppe) requirement to protect the electrical worker.

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Energy Isolation Lockout - Tagout Training

This 4-hour course explains the need for lockout/tagout procedures which prevent accidents and injuries. It is designed to sensitize those likely to come in contact with de-energized systems and equipment-in-work conditions. Appropriate OSHA guidelines and safety protocols associated with the Energy Isolation Regulations will be covered. Included are hands-on demonstrations and discussions with locks, tags, electrical locking devices, and valve locking devices. Program includes a written exam.

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DOT Hazardous Material Safety Training

DOT HM-126F General Awareness / Function Specific / Safety Training

DOT HM-181 Basic Hazmat Employee Safety Training

DOT HM-232 Security Awareness Safety Training

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HAZWOPER Courses Available:

40 Hour HAZWOPER Technician Level

8 Hour Supervisory Incident Command

24 hour Occasional Worker

8 Hours Annual Recertification

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JSA / JHA Job Hazard Analysis Training

JSA/JHA training teaches participants who are involved in applying basic safety control processes to effectively and efficently perform a JHA (Job Safety Analysis) on any task in any workplace. This hands-on workshop involves identifying hazards, assessing risk, identifying unacceptable hazards, developing effective controls andrecording the JSA. Participants will be required to demonstrate through practical scenarios simulating the completion of a Job Safety Analysis form.

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