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Students will receive an aerial lift operator card after completion of the course. The course consists of a classroom portion and a hands-on operation portion. In the classroom, students will learn about the hazards associated with operating aerial lifts along with safe operation practices. Students will also learn about the manual and mechanical functions of aerial lifts. In the hands-on portion, the knowledge learned will be put to the test. Students will take an operation test. Upon completion of the test, students will be able to run the equipment and get comfortable operating aerial lifts.
Confined Space Competent Person
Students will receive a confined space competent person certificate upon completion. Students will learn the important aspects of OSHA’s confined space standard 29 CFR 1926 Subpart AA. Students will be able to identify existing and predictable hazards pertaining to confined spaces. Confined spaces can be unsanitary, hazardous, or dangerous to employees. As a competent person, students will have authorization to take prompt corrective measures to eliminate hazards in confined spaces.
Excavation Competent Person
Students will be regarded as an excavation competent person upon completion of this course. Excavation competent person will be able to assess their employer’s compliance with the OSHA Excavation Standard, utilize soil testing methods to classify soil types, determine protective systems for excavation operations, and training requirements. OSHA requires that at least one person be trained as a competent person for excavation sites. In compliance with OSHA 29 CFR 1926.650, students will learn practical soil mechanics and its relationship to the stability of shored and unshored slopes and walls of excavations. Students will also be introduced to various types of shoring, soil classification, and use of protective systems.
Students will be recognized as a forklift operator and receive a forklift operator card. The course is in alignment with OSHA 29 CFR 1910.178, ANSI B56.1. The training includes both classroom and hands-on sections. In the classroom, students will learn hazards associated with operating forklifts or powered industrial trucks (PIT) along with safe operation practices. Students will also learn the manual and mechanical functions of forklifts. In the hands-on portion, students will take a comprehensive operation test. After passing, students will get ample seat time getting comfortable operating these machines.
OSHA 10 Construction
OSHA 10-Hour Construction training will teach students about recognition, avoidance, abatement and prevention of safety and health hazards in the workplace. This course focuses on federal OSHA construction industry standards, pointing out any differences with state standards. The OSHA 10-hour course is a proven way for students to achieve the safety level required by companies for work in the construction industry. Students will be trained on a number of different topics including the focus four hazards (Fall Hazards, Electrocution Hazards, Caught-In or -Between Hazards, Struck-By Hazards), personal protective equipment (PPE), and health hazards in construction. Upon completion, students will receive their OSHA 10-hour card.
OSHA 10 General Industry
Students will learn to maintain a healthy and safe general industry work environment. The course is designed to familiarize workers with OSHA standards as well as safety and health hazards common to the workplace. The goal of the 10-Hour General Industry course is to educate workers on identifying, avoiding, controlling, and preventing jobsite hazards. OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Training is appropriate for workers in the following fields: healthcare, factory operations, warehousing, manufacturing, storage and more. Enrollment and completion of OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Training will help educate workers to predict, prevent, identify and stop possible common worksite hazards. Upon completion students will receive their OSHA 10-hour General Industry card.
OSHA 30 Construction
Training for students covers everything from Electrical Hazard Safety to Fall Protection and much more. The OSHA 30-Hour course is great for construction workers, construction foremen, construction job supervisors, and all personnel responsible for construction-related projects. The OSHA 30-Hour Construction safety course trains students on recognition, avoidance, abatement and prevention of safety and health hazards in the workplace. It includes information on workers’ rights, employer responsibilities and how to file a complaint. This course gives you the specific steps and requirements you must meet to complete the OSHA 30 Outreach training program. Upon completion, students will receive their OSHA 30-hour card.
OSHA 30 General Industry
The OSHA 30-Hour General Industry course is designed to educate workers on workplace and jobsite safety. Students who successfully complete this specialized training should become familiar with recognizing, avoiding, preventing and stopping potential jobsite hazards. The 30-hour general industry course includes training on electrical, walking/working surfaces, hazard communication, personal protective equipment (PPE), exit routes and emergency plans, machine guarding and much more. Upon completion students will receive their OSHA-30-hour General Industry card.
Upon completion, students will be able to identify and abate a number of different hazards that are common in today’s construction industry. Students will be educated on the six required elements for the hazard communication program. OSHA’s Hazard Communication standard for construction (29 CFR 1926.59) references its general industry counterpart (29 CFR 1910.1200), so the requirements for both are identical. Students will learn how to communicate the presence of hazards through hazardous chemical inventory and Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) / Safety Data Sheets (SDS).
The HAZWOPER 40-Hour Course provides training for workers, managers and supervisors working at a hazardous waste operations and emergency response sites. OSHA considers training an important component for maintaining job site safety. Students involved with removing toxic, flammable or corrosive substances, who are likely to be exposed to hazardous substances and site health hazards, must receive 40 hours of off-site HAZWOPER training. Students will meet initial training requirements found in OSHA standard 29 CFR 1910.120 for general site workers who participate in hazardous waste operations, where they may be exposed to hazardous substances and health hazards.
Students will be trained on how to safely operate and perform maintenance or setup on machinery in the workplace. Workers who come in contact with machine parts, processes and components are at risk for injury. Unguarded or inadequately guarded machinery are a leading cause of injury in general industry workplaces. In this course, students will learn the hazards of working around machinery, what types of mechanical motion require safeguards and various methods of protection that may prevent injury or death.
Students will learn about the Lockout/Tagout standard which is in compliance with 29 CFR 1910.147. The standard requires students and trainees to learn the adoption and implementation of practices and procedures to shut down equipment, isolate it from its energy source(s), and prevent the release of potentially hazardous energy while maintenance and servicing activities are being performed. The training contains minimum performance requirements and definitive criteria for establishing an effective program for the control of hazardous energy.