Course Title Course Description
Aerial Lift Safety
Required for all Platform or Vehicle Mounted Booms operators
This course provides participants with the required regulatory training on boom supported, scissor and articulating aerial lift type devices. CFR 1926.453
  • Employee behavior
  • Equipment safety devices
  • Manufacturer requirements for safe operation
  • Application of personnel lift systems and aerial devices
  • Site-specific equipment information
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Asbestos Cement Pipe Handling

Recommended for Foremen, Pipe-Laying Crews, Engineers and Managers CFR1910.1001(j)(7)(i) The employer shall train each employee who is exposed to airborne concentrations of asbestos at or above the PEL and/or excursion limit in accordance with the requirements of this section.

This course meets the OSHA 1910.1001 and 1926.1101 training requirements for Class II asbestos work.  Hands-on activities included.

• Cutting procedures

• Exposure risks

• Industry safety recommendations

• Safe work practices

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Backhoes, Front Loaders, Dump Trucks, Skid Loaders

Recommended for all operators

This safety course is designed to teach operators both theory and practical hands-on operations of how to operate heavy equipment safely.  Courses may include backhoe, front-end loader, skid loader, dump truck or other heavy equipment.

  • Demonstrate safe operations
  • Demonstrate transporting, loading and unloading of equipment
  • Load/ unload off trailer
  • Operate front-end loaders, fill bucket and load into dump truck
  • Operate backhoe, dig and bury trench

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Bloodborne Pathogens Training

Required for workers who are occupationally exposed to blood or other potentially infectious materials (OPIM), as defined in the OSHA standard 29cfr 1910.1030

Exposure to bodily fluids can put your employees at risk. This course addresses the requirements for industrial, healthcare and other employees who may be exposed to blood or other potentially harmful bodily fluids at work.

• Exposure control plan

• Personal protective equipment

• Definitions of bloodborne diseases

• HBV Vaccinations

• Workplace transmissions

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Chainsaw Safety

Required for workers who perform logging operations as outlined in OSHA Standard 29cfr 1910.266

At-risk behaviors related to the logging industry are identified and Safe Behaviors are recommended for various logging tasks.

  • Felling
  • Marking
  • Chipping
  • Limbing
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Chlorine Safety and Emergency Response Training

All employees working in areas where an emergency release of a chemical must receive awareness training

This course identifies the safe methods of handling chlorine as well as the hazards involved.  Participants also examine chemical properties and characteristics during an accidental release, of chlorine gas and the appropriate emergency response steps to take at their facilities.

  • Properties of chlorine Signs and symptoms of exposure
  • PPE 
  • Safe handling techniques
  • First Aid for chlorine exposure
  • Release and spill response
  • Chlorine kit and applications
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Chlorine Safety Training

All employees working in areas where an emergency release of a chemical must receive awareness training

This course identifies the safe methods of handling chlorine as well as the hazards involved.

• Properties of chlorine

• Signs and symptoms of exposure


• Safe handling techniques

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Commercial Motor Vehicle Operator Training – CDL Refresher

Recommended for all CDL drivers

  • Brake systems
  • Pre and post trip inspections
  • DOT inspections
  • Backing and docking
  • Cargo handling
  • Attaching and towing

This course provides refresher training for experienced CDL drivers. Safe operation of commercial vehicles, including straight truck, tractor-trailer combination (fifth-wheel, pintle hook, etc.) passenger and school bus are available based on the facility’s training needs.

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Confined Space Entry Training Authorized Entrant, Attendant & Supervisor

Required for all confined space entry team members per OSHA 29 CFR 1910.146

Confined Space deaths are the number two cause of death in the workplace. This course meets the regulatory training requirements on permit-required confined spaces.  Hands-on activities include actual confined space entries.

• Identifying confined spaces

• Roles and responsibilities

• Permits

• Gas testing equipment

• Fall Protection

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CPR Certification with Standard First Aid and Bloodborne Pathogens

Required for all first responders

Workplace Safety Specialists is an American Heart Association national training center. Our courses meet regulatory standards for workplace emergency response.

• 5 hours CPR & Standard First Aid

• 4 hours AHA Heartsaver and BLS Healthcare Provider

• 8 hours Advanced

• 8 hours Wilderness First Aid First Aid

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Crane and Rigging

This course discusses how to avoid the hazards of these powerful machines. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration issued a final rule extending the deadline for crane operator certification requirements in the Cranes and Derricks in Construction final rule published Aug. 9, 2010 by three years to Nov. 10, 2017. The rule also extends by three years the employer’s responsibility to ensure that crane operators are competent to operate a crane safely. The final rule became effective Nov. 9, 2014.

Topics include:

  • Types of cranes
  • Maintenance
  • Inspections
  • Operational checklist
  • Hand signals for controlling cranes
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Crane and Rigging Inspection

Prior to initial use all new and altered cranes must be inspected to insure compliance.  Inspection procedure for cranes in regular service is divided into two general classifications based upon the intervals at which inspection should be performed. The intervals are dependent upon the nature of the critical components of the crane and the degree of their exposure to wear, deterioration, or malfunction. The two classifications are designated as Frequent (Daily to monthly) and Periodic (1-12 month).

It is recommended not required per OSHA 1910.179.

  • Requirements and Procedures
  • Rigging Hardware
  • Slings
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De-Escalation Process Training

Students will be given information on how to recognize situations that can cause frustration and seek ways to minimize issues. Avoid using words and behaviors that contribute to stressful situations.  Use techniques to help defuse emotions, and take control of situations in order to achieve a positive outcome.  Recognize how one’s own beliefs and expectations can add stress to working with upset or angry people.

  • Step-by-Step Process for De-Escalating Anger
  • Things that Can Make Matters Worse
  • Methods that Make a Huge Difference
  • Specific Situations You May Encounter
  • Stress Management Tips and Techniques
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Defensive Driving

Recommended for all employees who drive company-owned vehicles

This course is designed to help new and experienced drivers become safer drivers and help prevent accidents

• Defensive driving strategies

• Hazardous highway situations

• Driver characteristics

• Driving large vehicles

• Lane management

• Driving conditions

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DOT Hazardous Materials Shipping

Required for all employees handling, shipping, receiving or transporting hazardous materials per 49 CFR 172.704

Employees who deal with hazardous materials need to know the correct handling and labeling information of this material. Government regulations are very specific on labeling and manifesting.

• HazMat regulations

• Hazardous materials table

• Manifests

• Labeling

• Storage

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Electrical Safety & Introduction to NFPA 70E – 2015

Electrical Safety for Low Voltage Electricians
Required for electricians working with voltage 50v to 600v.
This course provides electrical safety training in the OSHA mandated Electrical Safety Sub part S, NFPA 70E and Arc Flash.

  •  Basic electrical safety work practices
  •  Hazard recognition associated with electrical work
  •  Introduction to the new 2015 NFPA 70E Standard.
  •  Arc flash hazard recognition
  •  Personal Protective Equipment
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Electrical Safety Awareness Training

The importance and purpose of safe work practices for performing tasks around potentially hazardous electrical conditions in the workplace are discussed. This course provides students with the knowledge necessary to help avoid or minimize electric shock or electrocution during their work shift through discussion of regulations, industry practice and hazard recognition and understanding of the hazards of electricity. OSHA 29CFR1910, Subpart S.

  • Hazards
  • PPE
  • LOTO
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Electrical Safety Low Voltage Qualified Course

This course provides a thorough knowledge of the recommended safe behaviors for those who work around electrical hazards. Attendees gain an understanding of the latest guidelines and regulations from NFPA 70E and OSHA. Employees learn key practical information: best work practices in electrical safety and how to apply them in real-world situations.

  • Shock Hazards
  • Arc Flash Hazards
  • Arc Related PPE
  • Risk Assessment
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Recommended for employees, including office personnel who perform repetitive tasks per OSHA 1910.901-1910.904
Ergonomic injuries can be very costly. Be confident that your employees are utilizing safe behaviors when doing repetitive tasks.

  •  Identifying at-risk tasks
  •  How repetitive movements affect the body
  •  Ergonomic injury definition
  •  Workplace assessments
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Fall Protection Training

f the top ten OSHA violations cited by OSHA, Fall Protection is the second most often cited. Employers with two or more employees who may be exposed to falls must have a written Fall Protection Program and provide training to employees.

• Selecting the correct fall protection equipment

• Inspecting fall protection equipment

• Donning equipment

• Practice exercise

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Fire Prevention Training

Recommended for all employees per OSHA 1910.157(g)(1)

This course teaches employees how they can help reduce the risk of fire and what to do in the event of one.

 Why workplace fires occur

  •  Storage of flammable liquids
  •  Selection of proper fire extinguishers
  •  Operation of a fire extinguisher
  •  Students may participate in a ‘live burn’ demonstration
  •  Proper Use of ladders
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Fit Testing
  • We use the Quantifit Fit Tester, due to its greater accuracy which results in a better fit and more protection. Quantifit does not just count – it detects a leak point and verifies mask integrity. Quantifit uses the only 5-Step REDON protocol written into the OSHA federal regulation. This means greater interaction with respirator wearers and results that are up to three times faster than Aerosol fit testers.
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Forklift Operator Training
  • Required for all powered industrial truck operators per OSHA CFR 1910.178
    The course is specific to the make and model of equipment used at your facility; a variety of forklift equipment, from electric and LP gas-powered units to all-terrain forklifts, order pickers and pallet trucks can be included.
  • Pre-work inspections
  • Steering
  • Load handling techniques
  • How to work around pedestrians
  • Hazardous floor surfaces
  • Emergency stopping
  • Forklift securing
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Hazard Communication (HazCom GHS) Training

Required for all employees that are exposed to hazardous chemicals per OSHA 1910.1200. In addition, employers shall train employees on the new Globally Harmonized System by December 1, 2013 per OSHA 1910.1200(j)(1)
During an audit, OSHA will request proof of training and they will interview employees to verify their knowledge of hazardous chemicals in their workplace and how to handle those chemicals.

  • Identifying hazardous chemicals
  • Chemical labels
  • Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) and Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
  • Chemical Storage
  • Globally Harmonized System
  • Pictograms
  • Personal Protective Equipment
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Hazardous Building Materials
 This course is designed to educate employees in the dangers of exposure to hazardous building materials (HBMs): OSHA 29 CFR1910 Subpart Z Toxic and Hazardous Substances; Asbestos Containing Material (ACM) OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1001 (General Industry) and 1926.1101 (Construction)
Lead Based Paint (LBP) OSHA 28 CFR 1910.1025
  •  Dangers inherent in building materials
  •  How to work safely around building materials
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HAZWOPER 24-hour Initial Training

Required for personnel who are trained to respond in a defensive mode without actually trying to stop the release. Their function is to contain the release from a safe distance, keep it from spreading and prevent exposures.

  •  Evaluating hazardous material incidents
  •  Organizing the team
  •  Personal Protective Equipment
  •  Toxicology, chemical terminology
  •  Direct reading instruments
  •  ERG/NIOSH books included
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HAZWOPER 40-hour Initial Training

HAZWOPER 40-hour

Required for all members of emergency response teams who may be exposed to hazardous substances per OSHA 1910.120(a)(1)(i-v) and 1926.65(a)(1)(i-v) and who respond to releases or potential releases for the purpose of stopping the release.
Ensure your Emergency Team has the correct training to safely and properly respond to hazardous chemical and waste emergencies

  •  Evaluating hazardous waste incidents
  •  Organizing a response team
  •  Recognition of hazardous materials
  •  Direct reading instruments
  •  Personal Protective Equipment and Clothing
  •  Extensive hands-on use of equipment
  •  ERG and NIOSH books included
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HAZWOPER First Responder Operations

Required for employees who have a First Responder role per OSHA 29CFR 1910.120(q) and respond to releases or potential releases of hazardous substances as part of the initial response to the site for the purpose of protecting nearby persons, property, or the environment from the effects of the release. They are trained to respond in a defensive mode without actually trying to stop the release.

  •  Basic hazard and risk assessment techniques
  •  Select and use proper personal protective equipment
  •  Perform basic control, containment and/or confinement operations
  •  Implement basic decontamination procedure
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HAZWOPER Incident Commander Training

Required for those employees who will fill the role of Incident Commander during an emergency response per NFPA 1561 and OSHA 29CFR 1910.120

This course is designed to train supervisors and managers who must fulfill the role of Incident Commander during company or local emergency response incidents. Prerequisite: 40-hour initial Hazwoper course or equivalent first responder HAZMAT course.

• System implementation

• Structure of command

• Incident management teams

• Emergency operations centers

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HAZWOPER Refresher

Required every 12 months to maintain HAZWOPER certification

• Review of the HAZWOPER course

• Globally Harmonized System, including Safety Data Sheets

• Emergency Response

• Personal Protective Equipment and Clothing

• Handling spills and leaks

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Hearing Protection and Conservation

Required for employees who are exposed to noise at or above an 8-hour time weighted average of 85 decibels, per OSHA 1910.95(k)(1)

A quality hearing conservation program will help protect your employees from hearing loss. Identification of hearing loss to an employee can result in an OSHA recordable and may become a workers compensation issue.

• Dangers of chronic noise exposure

• Types of hearing protection

• Proper use and care of hearing protection

• Engineering controls

• Record keeping

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Heat Stress Prevention Training

Recommended for employees who may be exposed to high temperature/ humidity situations

Each year thousands of workers become sick from occupational heat exposure; some even die. Make sure your employees know the safe behaviors to follow when exposed to heat and humidity.

• Identifying heat related symptoms

• How to protect yourself from heat

• Emergency first aid

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Hospitality Industry Related Safety


Recommended for Hotel, Resort and Casino industry employees

The hospitality industry has unique risks that put their employees at risk. This training will identify those risks and inform them of the safe behaviors the need to follow to help avoid those risks.

  • Slips, trips and falls
  • Bloodborne pathogens
  • Hazard Communication/ Globally Harmonized System
  • Ergonomics
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Illness Injury and Prevention Program (IIPP)


equired by Title 8 of the California Code of Regulations (T8CCR) section 3203

The CA Department of Industrial Regulations states,

  • “The Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) is a basic written workplace safety program.
  • Title 8 of the California Code of Regulations (T8CCR) section 3203, requires every employer to develop and implement an effective IIPP.
  • An effective IIPP improves the safety and health in your workplace and reduces costs by good management and employee involvement.”
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Incident Investigation and Incident Management

Recommended for all Managers and Supervisors who conduct accident investigations and manage injuries after they occur

This course helps prepare the Manager or Supervisor to perform a quality accident investigation. This course also covers the management of an incident after it is reported. Incident Management gives the Manager or Supervisor resources needed to keep minor injuries from escalating to OSHA recordable, restricted work cases and lost time incidents; incident management reduces workers compensation costs.

  • Initial response
  • Secure the scene
  • Interview injured parties
  • Interview witnesses
  • Identify root cause and at-risk behaviors
  • Develop action plans to correct the root cause
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Laboratory Safety – Chemical Hygiene Plan

Required for laboratory workers as identified in OSHA29 CFR 1910.1450
Laboratories that use hazardous chemicals are required to have a Chemical Hygiene Plan and are required to train employees on the plan.

  •  Identifying hazardous chemicals
  •  Proper chemical storage
  •  Chemical labeling
  •  Compressed gas storage
  •  Ventilation systems
  •  Personal Protective Equipment
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Lockout Tagout – Hazardous Energy Control Training

Required for all employees who may service or maintain machinery, including the cleaning of machinery per CFR Part 1910.147 – The Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout)

When Lockout/Tagout is not performed correctly, the consequences can be very serious. This program will identify the safe behaviors required to ensure that equipment is in a zero energy state.

• Identifying energy sources

• Lock and tag system

• Energy verification

• Procedures

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Machine Guarding

Recommended for all employees who work around machinery that requires guarding. Highly recommended for maintenance personnel who install or repair guarding per 1910 Subpart O – Machinery and Machine Guarding

OSHA will audit machine guarding at a facility that has a severe injury that is related to guarding. Ensure your employees understand the importance of guarding and maintenance personnel understand the requirements. Twenty- five states have their own machine guarding regulations.

  • Types of guarding
  • Machine guard requirements
  • Regulations per specific industries
  • Point of operation guarding
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MSHA – Mine Safety & Health Administration


Regarding training and retraining of miners, MSHA states the following for 24-Hour and 8-Hour classes:

MSHA New Miner 24-Hour

30 CFR § 48.25 – Each new miner shall receive no less than 24 hours of training. 

Our three-day class provides 24 hours of training covering specific 30 CFR Part 48.25 required sections according to an MSHA approved training plan.

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MSHA – Mine Safety and Health Administration Training

Regarding training and retraining of miners, MSHA states the following for 24-Hour and 8-Hour classes:

MSHA New Miner 24-Hour

30 CFR § 48.25 – Each new miner shall receive no less than 24 hours of training.

Our three-day class provides 24 hours of training covering specific 30 CFR Part 48.25 required sections according to an MSHA approved training plan.

MSHA Annual Refresher 8-Hour
30 CFR § 48.28 – Each miner shall receive a minimum of 8 hours of annual refresher training.
Our one-day class provides 8 hours of training covering specific 30 CFR Part 48.28 required sections according to an MSHA approved training plan. .

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OSHA 10 and 30 hour Construction Training Safety Training

The 10-hour is recommended for newer employees while the 30-hour class is recommended for more experienced workers.
These provide construction workers with an awareness of safety and health concerns in the construction industry.

  •  OSHA standards
  •  General Safety and Health
  •  Recordkeeping
  •  Hazard Communication/ Globally Harmonized System
  •  Personal Protective Equipment
  •  Scaffolding
  •  Fall Protection
  •  Excavation
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OSHA 10 and 30 hour General Industry Safety Training Safety Training

The 10-hour is recommended for newer employees while the 30-hour class is recommended for more experienced workers.

These courses were developed by the U.S. Department of Labor to provide industry workers, supervisors and other personnel responsible for industry activities with an awareness of specific safety and health concerns in general industry.

• OSHA Standards

• General Safety and Health

• Recordkeeping

• Inspections and Citations

• Personal Protective Equipment

• Scaffolding

• Fall Protection

• Machine Guarding

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Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Training

This training provides information to help attendees conduct workplace hazard assessments to determine if hazards are present, or are likely to be present, which necessitate the use of PPE, how to select PPE, documentation procedures and employee training in accordance with OSHA’s PPE standard. The course covers PPE for the eyes, face, foot, head and hands. Hearing conservation and respiratory protection programs are referenced in general terms; for specific training see Respiratory Protection Training and Hearing Protection and Conservation.

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Respirable Crystalline Silica

This course is for workers who can be exposed to respirable crystalline silica.

  • Recognize Health hazards of exposure  
  • Describe specific tasks that could result in exposure
  • Identify specific measures the employer utilizes to control exposures, including engineering controls, work practice controls, and respirators to be used
  • Review the purpose and description of the employer’s medical surveillance program (if required)


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Respiratory Protection Training
Required per OSHA CFR 1910.134(k) for employees who will be using any type of respiratory equipment
Ensure that your employees know when and how to utilize respiratory equipment.
  •  Types of respiratory equipment and when it is required
  • Donning and use of various types of respiratory equipment
  • Types of filters and cartridges
  • Medical surveillance
  • Fit testing
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Rigging & Signal Person – Competent Person

This course discusses the proper use and inspection of rigging equipment and the use of hitches to move materials. The course teaches specific formulas for lad angles, proper rigging selection and how to avoid the hazards associated with rigging material. Proper hand signaling techniques necessary for many types of popular cranes used in construction are covered.

  • Inspection requirements
  • Hand signals
  • Load calculations
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Rope Rescue Technician I & II – High and Low Angle Inquire Now
Slips, Trips, and Falls Training

Recommended for all employees and required per OSHA’s Strategic Management Plan Focus Area.

  •  Most common hazards
  •  Causes/ at-risk behaviors
  •  At-risk conditions
  •  Fall at same level and fall to lower level
  •  Housekeeping/ walking surfaces
  •  Footwear
  • Slips, trips, and falls constitute the majority of accidents. They cause 15% of all accidental deaths and are second only to motor vehicles as a cause of fatalities.
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Swift Water Rescue

Recommended for Water Rescue teams

This course provides information on techniques and equipment necessary for responding to river and flood rescues. Low-risk and shore-based rescues and how to evaluate and protect the scene are covered. A major portion of this course is hands-on exercises in the field.  Prerequisites:  Rope Rescue Technician I and II. 

Course Length:  24 hours

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Temporary Traffic Control Training

Recommended for all employees who may work in traffic areas
This course provides participants with the Department of Transportation duties and responsibilities of flaggers and personnel that must divert traffic around work zones.

  • Traffic controll plans
  • Flagging
  • Channeling
  • Baricading
  • Rural and urban settings
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Tool Safety Training

Recommended for all employees who utilize hand and power tools as a part of their job

The purpose of this hands-on course is to help eliminate and reduce injuries involving the use of hand and power tools.

• Types of tools and their hazards

• Guarding

• Safety switches

• Grinders

• Pneumatic-powered tools

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Torch Cutting Training

Recommended for all employees who cut metal using Oxy-Acetylene and Plasma Arc.
Comprehensive course focuses on hands-on safe use of equipment at your facility.

  •  Intro to Compressed Gasses
  •  Safety
  •  Storage
  •  Methods of Cutting
  •  PPE
  •  General Industry OSHA (29 CFR 1910.253)
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Trench & Excavation Rescue

Recommended for Rescue Team members who may respond to trench and excavation emergencies

This classroom and hands-on course covers the fundamental skills and techniques necessary for workers involved in trench rescue situations.  In the classroom, the course introduces the student to OSHA regulations, hazard assessments, soil profiles, soil recognition, equipment, safety procedures and support criteria necessary in the trench environment.  In the field, the course provides practical experience for hands-on rescue scenarios. Key areas covered include proper use of tools and equipment, assembling shoring panels and related equipment timber and pneumatic shoring techniques and extensive shoring procedures. Students must demonstrate proficiency in performance of all rescue techniques during the field exercises. 

Course Length:  40 hours

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Trenching and Excavation Safety for the Competent Person

Required for Competent Person at the trenching or excavation site per CFR 1926.651(k)(1)
This course addresses the regulatory excavation standard through the eyes of the Competent Person.

  •  Inspections, Equipment and Trench Protective Systems
  •  Access/Egress
  •  Hazard Recognition
  •  Shoring
  •  Hazardous Atmosphere
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Welding Safety – Level 1

Recommended for all employees who perform burning or welding tasks

4-hour Welding Level 1

This classroom course covers OSHA 29 CFR 1910.251-254 and 29 CFR 1926.350-354 safety requirements regarding arc welding, MIG welding, oxy/acetylene cutting and plasma cutting.

• Gas cylinders

• Hot work permits

• Hazardous fumes

• Electrical hazards

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Welding Safety – Level 2

8-hour Welding Level 2

This course combines the 4-hour classroom portion plus four hours of hands-on training using site-specific equipment. Techniques used in set-up of arc and MIG welders, cutting torches and plasma cutters are taught. This course helps prepare participants to safely continue improving on their own.

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Workplace Violence Prevention
  • Recommended for all employees
    This course is designed to teach employees to recognize the warning signs and methods of response to workplace violence. Approaches to diffuse potentially hazardous situations are taught.
  • Identifying the warning signs of violence
  • Defusing techniques
  • Types of violent incidents
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Workplace Violence Training
Recommended for all employees
This course is designed to teach employees to recognize the warning signs and methods of response to workplace violence. Approaches to diffuse potentially hazardous situations are taught.
  •  Identifying the warning signs of violence
  •  Defusing techniques
  •  Types of violent incidents
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