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Below Are Our Training Courses:

Aerial Lift Safety Training - Required Classroom & Practical

3 Hours: This course will give attendees the knowledge and information required to be qualified operators. This class will show and discuss typical hazards and common mistakes made by operators as well as how to conduct a detailed safety inspection of the machine. Attendees will be required to pass a practical test.

Asbestos II

8 Hours: Class includes all the topics in Asbestos I plus the specific work practices and engineering controls which specifically relate to the category of material being removed. Class includes “hands-on” training in the work practices applicable to each category of material that employees will remove and each removal method used.

Asbestos III

16 Hours: (OSHA minimum) Training for employees performing Class IV operations is consistent with EPA requirements [40 CFR 763.92(a)(1)]. The class includes all available site information: locations of thermal system insulation and surfacing ACM/PACM, and asbestos-containing flooring material, or flooring material where the absence of asbestos has not yet been certified. Class covers recognition of damage, deterioration, and delaminating of asbestos containing building materials. How to recognize Asbestos and the Medical complications related to Asbestos exposure.

Asbestos IV -- Asbestos Awareness

2 Hours: (OSHA minimum) Training for employees performing Class IV operations is consistent with EPA requirements [40 CFR 763.92(a)(1)]. The class includes all available site information: locations of thermal system insulation and surfacing ACM/PACM, and asbestos-containing flooring material, or flooring material where the absence of asbestos has not yet been certified. Class covers recognition of damage, deterioration, and delaminating of asbestos containing building materials. How to recognize Asbestos and the Medical complications related to Asbestos exposure.

Blood Borne Pathogen

4 Hours: This class prepares attendees to comply with Blood borne Pathogen exposures in the workplace. The OSHA Standards, exposure control planning, personal protective equipment, emergency procedures, and vaccination and testing requirements.

Claims Management and Early Intervention

2 Hours: This class prepares management and company safety directors in claims management and early intervention. Assists companies with their planning and creation of company policies prior to the injury. Completion of accident investigation forms and working with the medical providers and insurance carriers.

Claims Management and Early Intervention II

4 Hours: This class teaches attendees how to manage work related claims. Communication with medical provider and information on their first report of injury. Completion of incident investigations and accident reports. Working with insurance carriers and insurance brokers and medical providers to get injured workers back to full or limited duty as soon as possible. Maintaining contact and receiving updates from the injured worker. This class also provides information on the advantages of post injury drug screening.

Confined Space Entry Construction or Industrial – Entrants, Attendants, & Supervisors

4 Hours: This class teaches attendees how to safely enter and work in confined spaces. Topics of discussion will include determining what is a confined space, testing for air quality, ventilation techniques, and entry & work practices. All will be trained to become a competent person under OSHA’s definition.

Confined Space Entry Industrial – Non-Entry Rescue

6 Hours: This class teaches attendees how to safely enter and work in confined spaces. Topics of discussion will include determining what is a confined space, testing for air quality, ventilation techniques, and entry & work practices. All will be trained to become a competent person under OSHA’s definition. Special equipment needs for confined space will be reviewed and demonstrated.

Crane & Rigging Safety

4 Hours: Managers, supervisors, safety personnel and workers will be taught the hazards of crane operation and picks along with general rigging safety criteria.

Crane Safety Training for Supervisors – Crane Management

4 Hours: This class prepares managers and supervisors to review or prepare lift plans, develop safety procedures for workers directly related to crane and rigging hazards and to protect other workers and trades that may be exposed to the crane hazards.

Employee Crane Safety Awareness Training

4 Hours: This class teaches employees the dangers and hazard of crane activities. This training informs workers of the danger or overhead load, rigging, lay down area hazards, the unloading of trucks and barricades.

Crane & Rigging Accident Investigations and Reconstruction

4 Hours: This class is designed to teach management, supervision and safety professionals to properly investigate crane and rigging incidents. It is designed to prepare investigators in documenting and recording accidents. To teach investigators to develop a plan and to preserve the accident scene. It will teach participants how to conduct proper interviews with witnesses and how to control media.

8 Hour Basic Crane Class for Managers

8 Hours: This class teaches attendees on crane operational characteristics, how to read & apply load charts, proper crane set-up, use of jibs & extensions, stability & structural, frequent & periodic inspections, accident prevention, causes of crane failures, accident investigation, determine load weight, rigging safety, sling selection, rigging Inspection, balancing loads, crane hands signals and personnel lifting.

Basic Rigging Class

4 Hours: This class will give attendees the knowledge to be a qualified rigger. This class will cover proper rigging types, selection, inspection, storage, proper placement, calculating sling and choker capacities, the positive and negatives of tagline use, general rigging safety and lay down area safety.

Critical Crane Lift Planning

4 Hours: This class is recommended for managers, supervisors and crane operators. It teaches attendees to identify critical lifts and create, implement and review critical lift plans.

Consulting with Management and Insurers on Crane Matters

4 Hours: This class is designed to teaches managers, supervision and safety personnel on how to properly conduct investigations for crane and rigging incidents on the jobsite. Attendees will learn how to properly interview witnesses, photograph and document critical information. Attendees will be given the knowledge and tools needed to properly conduct a comprehensive investigation of crane and rigging incidents. PSP Accident Investigation for cranes kit added cost of $250.00. All the forms and tools needed to properly investigate and document crane accidents.

Crisis/Disaster Management

8 Hours: What to do POST accident. Handling the Media. CSD. Documentation.

DOT Drug & Alcohol Awareness - DOT/CDL Supervisor

4 Hours: This course deals with employee drug and alcohol abuse. In addition to discussing the topic in general terms, the course will cover the legal obligations of supervisors of CDL drivers.

Drug & Alcohol Awareness

4 Hours: How to recognize formal D&A program, how do you handle medical and legal drugs (i.e. marihuana use) and handle drug and/or alcohol issues. The importance of the awareness program.
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Excavation & Trenching – Competent Person Training

4 Hours: This course teaches attendees how to meet competent person requirements under the OSHA Excavation Standard. Highlights of the class include detailed explanation of soil testing, cave-in protection methods, inspection techniques, and other requirements as outlined by the standard. This course is a must for excavators, utility companies, foundation workers, general contractors, and anyone who works in or around excavations.

Electrical Safety

4 Hours: Topics discussed in this class will include electrical installations, general industry/construction applications, extension cords and tools, lockout/tag out, overhead utilities and GFCI, and the OSHA standard.

Forklift Safety Qualified Operators Certification – Practical

4 Hours: OSHA requires all persons operating powered industrial trucks to be certified. This course will give attendees the OSHA required information required to be certified operators. Attendees will be required to pass a practical test.

Hearing Loss & Noise Abatement

2 Hours: Employees who routinely work with or near noise sources such as heavy equipment, power tools, demolition activities, pneumatic equipment, etc. are required to use hearing protection, obtain hearing tests, and receive training. The physics of noise, measurement methods, mechanisms of hearing loss, hearing tests, and types of hearing protection are reviewed. Students will learn how to select and use hearing protection properly.

Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) Training/Certification

4 Hours: This course will teach students how to work safe in Hydrogen Sulfide environments.Students will also learn the basics of gasses, gas monitoring techniques, permissable exposures and Characteristics of these posionous gasses. This course is taught within the requirements od ANSI Z390. This class can be tailored to any industry such as Oil & Gas, Construction, Water & Sewer and more. By completing and passing this course students will recieve an H2S training card.

Incident Investigation Training for workplace accidents

4 Hours: This course is designed to familiarize students with the process of investigations, which inclued gathering evidence, interviewing techniques, records, statements, incident analysis and causal factors. The students will have a hands on exercise as well.

Ladder & Stairs Safety (Subpart X)

4 Hours: One of OSHA’s most frequently cited violations. This course covers training on temporary stairs, straight ladders according to OSHA as required.

Lead in Construction: Competent Person

6 Hours: Working where lead based paint, coatings, or debris has been discovered? Covered in this course is the content of the OSHA Lead Standard for Construction; the specific nature of the operations which could result in exposure to lead above the action level; the purpose, proper selection, fitting, use, and limitations of respirators; the purpose and a description of the medical surveillance program; engineering controls and work practices; compliance plans.

Lead in Construction: Competent Person

6 Hours: Working where lead based paint, coatings, or debris has been discovered? Covered in this course is the content of the OSHA Lead Standard for Construction; the specific nature of the operations which could result in exposure to lead above the action level; the purpose, proper selection, fitting, use, and limitations of respirators; the purpose and a description of the medical surveillance program; engineering controls and work practices; compliance plans.

LPG & Flammable Liquids

2 Hours: The OSHA standard pertaining to handeling LPG and flammable liquids, what is the storage requirements, etc.

Management Skills Training — Risk Management

4 Hours: Too many accidents? New to safety? This course will present several risk assessment methods, crisis management techniques, new/modified facility and project activity review checklists. Hand-on and group exercises emphasize common workplace scenarios.

Management Skills Training — Risk Management

8 Hours: Responsible for health and safety in your organization? Topics which will help your determine what your organization’s needs are and how to implement programs and practices to reduce risk are covered in depth. Topics include: how safety impact your bottom line, how to manage safety effectively, incident investigation, leading as well as lagging indicators, statistical management, crisis management planning, workers’ compensation case management, program evaluation processes, subcontractor management, and written SOPs/policies/procedures.

(MSHA) Mine Training - Various

8 Hours: (MSHA) Mine Training Annual Refresher Surface Metal/Non Metal
8 Hours: (MSHA) Mine Training Annual Refresher Surface Coal
24 Hours: (MSHA) Mine Training New Miner Surface Coal
24 Hours: (MSHA) Mine Training New Miner Surface Metal / Non Metal – Sand & Gravel Operations
40 Hours: (MSHA) Mine Training Underground Coal or Metal/ Non Metal

OSHA 300 Recordkeeping

2 Hours: OSHA’s Record Keeping Requirements

OSHA 10 Hour Training

10 Hours: Receive 10 Hour cards from OSHA

OSHA 30 Hour Training

30 Hours: Receive 30 Hour cards from OSHA

Surviving an OSHA Inspection

4 Hours: This class teaches attendees what to do and what not to do before and during an OSHA inspection in order to minimize violations, citations, and to prevent implicating your company unnecessarily.

Personal Protective Equipment & Health

2 Hours: The various types of both standard protective equipment (head, eye/face, hand, foot) and chemical protective clothing (CPC) are demonstrated. The principles of permeation, penetration and absorption are covered. Proper cleaning, maintenance, and storage practices reviewed. Proper selection and documentation of the required selection process is explained. The limitations of use for each type are identified.

Respiratory Hazards in Construction

4 Hours: Did you know that a medical evaluation, fit test, and special training is needed for any employee who is required to wear a respirator…even a dust mask? This class teaches attendees about the OSHA standard for respiratory protection. Highlights include written program requirements, medical testing and training.

Respiratory Protection, Respirator Training, & Qualitative Fit Testing

4-6 Hours: Did you know that a medical evaluation, fit test, and special training is needed for any employee who is required to wear a respirator…even a dust mask? This class teaches attendees about the OSHA standard for respiratory protection. Highlights include written program requirements, medical testing and training.

Respiratory Protection Online Medical Questionnaire Evaluation

This reliable online medical evaluation program is designed for to help comply with OSHA requirements for respirator fit testing. This questionnaire is required on all new fit tests or renewal without a current card.

Qualitative Fit Testing ONLY

Users must be medically qualified before they are fit tested or wear a respirator. This does NOT include the required training, and client must sign stating their knowledge of requirements and responsibility to get or already have such training. This is NOT a QUANTITATIVE fit test.

Scaffold Safety (Subpart L) Awareness

2 Hours: This class teaches supervisors and workers proper construction, setup, inspection and use of supported scaffolding used in general industry and construction. It identifies common scaffold safety problems and the solutions.

Scaffold Safety (Subpart L) Competent Person Training

4 Hours: This class teaches the OSHA regulations regarding scaffolds. Trainees will discuss common scaffold problems and their solutions. All contractors that use any type of scaffold are required to have trained competent persons on each job site. NOTE: This class covers SUPPORTED SCAFFOLD ONLY (no swing stages).

Site Safety Audits and Practical Oversight

4 Hours: This class teaches managers, supervision, safety personnel and workers to properly conduct site safety audits. Conducting daily and weekly safety audits to identify and correct workplace hazards. Tools and documentation for safety audits.

Steel Erection Standards (Subpart R)

4 Hours: This class teaches managers, supervision, safety personnel and workers to properly conduct site safety audits. Conducting daily and weekly safety audits to identify and correct workplace hazards. Tools and documentation for safety audits.

Steel Erection Standards (Subpart R) Extended

8 Hours: This course teaches students the requirements of the OSHA Steel Erection Standard. OSHA has made drastic changes to the old standard language. This course is recommended for all Steel Erectors and General Contractors. Expanded and more through.

Substance Abuse in the Workplace

4 Hours

DOT Hazardous Materials

24 Hours: Packaging, shipping, or just signing manifests? Employees who do so are mandated by DOT to complete training every 3 years. Course covers the basics of hazardous materials: physical and chemical properties, toxicity, hazard communication as well as personal protective equipment which may be required when handling hazardous materials during packaging and shipping. Spill response and instrumentation is also covered. Students learn how to use the DOT Hazardous Materials Table, and how to complete shipping papers, package, mark, and label. IATA requirements can be incorporated into the class.

Hazard Communication/HazCom

2 Hours: This course covers topics such as chemical labeling, MSDS, & chemical handling PPE and training and the OSHA standard as required.

Hazard Communication/HazCom

2 Hours: This course covers topics such as chemical labeling, MSDS, & chemical handling PPE and training and the OSHA standard as required.

HAZWOPER – (Hazardous Waste & Emergency Response)

8 Hours: Will you be responsible for employees on Superfund, Brownfield, or EPA cleanup sites? This course should be tailored to a specific firm and its management policies and principles. It will cover pertinent OSHA regulations, reporting requirements for injuries and illnesses, risk management and the true cost of incidents, outside contractors and liability, community impacts, and project management of higher risk activities such as scaffold erection, excavation, fall protection, cranes, working near railroad tracks, PPE selection, and traffic control.

HAZWOPER – 24 Hour

24 Hours: This course reviews the OSHA HAZWOPER Standard and its requirements. Detailed lectures on medical monitoring, principles of safety, the properties of hazardous materials, health hazards, hazard communication, personal protective equipment, respiratory protection, drum handling, instrumentation, confined space entry, spill response, site control and engineering practices are provided. Class includes hands on exercises which require participants to apply what they have learned. Proficiency must be demonstrated through completion of a written exam.

HAZWOPER – 40 Hour

40 Hours: Have hazardous materials been discovered on your project? This course reviews the OSHA HAZWOPER Standard and its requirements. Detailed lectures on medical monitoring, principles of safety, the properties of hazardous materials, health hazards, hazard communication, personal protective equipment, respiratory protection, drum handling, instrumentation, confined space entry, spill response, site control and engineering practices are provided. Class includes multiple hands on exercises which require participants to apply what they have learned to realistic scenarios. Class requires 32 hours with the remaining 8 hours devoted to CPR/First Aid/AED for an additional charge or as a responsibility for clients to complete. Proficiency must be demonstrated through completion of a written exam.

Fall Protection Awareness

2 Hours: This course teaches general fall protection awareness for fall hazards in general industry and construction. It teaches workers how to identify and report fall hazards. This course will discuss and demonstrate protection barricades and personal fall arrest equipment.

Fall Protection Subpart M – Employee

4 Hours: This course teaches the current OSHA law and practical solutions for fall protection in the workplace. All attendees will be trained to the level of a qualified/competent person according to OSHA definitions.

Fire Protection & Fire Extinguisher Training

2 Hours: If you provide fire extinguishers for your employees to use, they must be trained! Class covers the theory of fire, types of extinguishers, the differences between extinguishment media and the modes of extinguishment, how to properly use an extinguisher, and fire scenario response plans.

Fall Protection for Subpart R

2 Hours: Fall protection is one of OSHA’s most frequently cited violations. This course teaches students about OSHA’s fall protection requirements pertaining to Steel Erection. This course is part of the Steel Erection Subpart R recommendation for Steel Erectors and General Contractors.

Fall Protection Subpart M & Competent Person – Supervisor/Qualified Person

8Hours: Fall protection is one of OSHA’s most frequently cited violations. This course takes a more in-depth look at OSHA’s fall protection requirements. Solutions to common fall protection challenges, “no where to tie off.” vs. know where to tie off! Excellent course for field supervisors. Competent person class – Not task specific, but a review and emphasis of what the law experts of and what liabilities can occur to competent persons. A competent person that does not properly do the minimum requirements could be the cause of your company getting sued, or an OSHA willful violation.

General Safety Management Principles

4 Hours: New to managing your firm’s safety function? Responsible for safety on projects? Class covers topics such as policy and procedure development, risk assessment systems, incident reporting, and effective presentation of training materials.

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