Whether you are looking for Confined Space Training or Fall Protection, SCT will keep you safe! We offer hands on training for your workers, letting them practice in a safe confined space before entering actual work sites. Our instructors are Safety Experts with decades of experience in training and OSHA compliance. Our training meets and exceeds OSHA requirements. By training with SCT, participants have the ability to enter, monitor, and supervise a simulated entry, as well as use the equipment and work through different roles and responsibilities.
SCT offers training to the following industries:
What SCT gives you:
- A state-of-the-art, 32-foot long, enclosed mobile simulator brought to your location.
- Hands-on fall protection and rescue equipment demonstrations.
- Practice in a safe and controlled setting at your location or workplace.
- Fall hazard recognition, equipment use, inspection and rescue operations after a fall occurs in a timely manner.
- Instructors who are dedicated safety professionals with decades of experience in safety and OSHA compliance.
Confined Space Operations:
The 4-hour class is a basic awareness/refresher type of class and is broken in to approximates 2 hours of classroom and 2 hours of hands-on training. This training is a good refresher training or training for those working around confined spaces. The classroom portion discusses the OSHA requirements and discusses typical problems and violations that commonly occur. Best practices are presented. The hands on portion of the class provides demonstration and discussion of all the typical equipment that is used in horizontal and vertical entries. The training uses some of the students in the class to demonstrate typical confined space entry scenarios and shows common mistakes of those entries as well as the roles of Entrant, Attendant and Supervisor.
The 8-hour class is broken into approximately 4-hour classroom with 4 hours of hands-on training and is designed for the workers in confined spaces. This class is for workers and does not meet the requirements for entry rescue. The classroom portion covers the OSHA requirements and typical problems and mistakes made as well as corrective measures. Best practices are also discussed. The hands-on portion of the class uses all of the typical confined space equipment and provides demonstration and discussion with your employees as the users fulfilled the roles of Supervisor, Attendant and Entrant in actual entries into safe confined spaces using the simulator. Attempts are made with each students to perform entries into different confined space scenarios. The scenarios are all based upon non-entry retrievals. Common problems and OSHA citations are discussed during the class and demonstrations.
The 12-hour class is nothing more than the 8-hour operations class with 4 additional hours covering supplied air requirements. The supplied air section covers SCBA and air line respirators. Extensive discussion on the proper respirator use, donning and doffing, storage and inspection. The requirements for supplied air use is discussed in detail. Employees must be comfortable in wearing and using supplied air respirators. The class is about 6 hours of classroom and 6 hours of hands-on training. The classroom portion covers the OSHA requirements and discusses common pieces of confined space equipment as well as the typical problems and mistakes commonly made. Best practices are shared with the class as well as corrective measures. The hands-on portion of the typical confined space equipment with your employees as the users fulfilling the roles of Supervisor, Attendant and Entrant. Each student will perform actual entries into safe confined spaces and non-entry retrievals using the simulator. Common problems of OSHA citations are discussed during the class. Employees must be medically evaluated and cleared under the OSHA respirator standard prior to class and provide such documentation.
This training is for those employees who work in confined spaces regularly and need detailed training to safety complete their jobs OSHA requirements are covered in detail along with all duties positions, monitoring, atmospheres, Lockout Tagout and all typically equipment for horizontal and vertical entries. Typical problems and mistakes commonly made are shared with the class as well as corrective measures and the best practices. This is a non-entry rescue training and does not teach any entry rescue techniques. This class will cover everything from start to finish and teach your employees to not only comply with OSHA but to work in confined spaces safely and is a combination of classroom and hands-on training using the simulator and equipments. Each student will perform actual entries into safe confined spaces and non-entry retrievals in multiple scenarios. Training will utilize all of the typical equipment used in horizontal and vertical entries along with demonstrations of each of the pieces of equipment.
Fall Protection Courses:
This course covers how, when and why fall protection is required. Our instructors explains the basics of fall protection and proper use of equipment. Employees are taught how to inspect and properly wear fall protection equipment.
This course covers training is geared towards supervisors and those responsible for the design, purchase and use of fall protection equipment. Students learn the OSHA and ANSI requirements on all types of equipment. Training includes definitions, standards, responsibilities, hazard recognition equipment, inspection and use.