OSHA Safety Training



OSHA 10 Hour or 30 Hour Construction
This course is designed to meet the needs of construction company owners, foreman, supervisors, project managers, and safety coordinators who need additional knowledge on OSHA regulations and standards, specifically focusing on 29 CFR 1926.  This course incorporates one hour safety topics identified as key target hazards on construction sites with emphasis placed on hazard identification, understanding OSHA inspections, hazard mitigation, and employee compliance.

Scaffolding Awareness - (29 CFR 1926, Subpart L-Scaffold)
This four hour course is designed to train employees who work on scaffolds.  This course reviews OSHA's scaffold safety requirements and scaffold fall protection requirements.  This course meets the scaffolding training criteria for employees who work on scaffolding as outlined in 29 CFR 1926, Subpart L-Scaffold.

Fall Protection - (29 CFR 1910 128-131)
This course is designed to instruct employees in the hazards of working from elevated areas and the need for the use of fall protection systems.  Due to the statistics that on average between 150 and 200 workers are killed and more than 100,000 are injured as a result of falls, this course is a must for employees.

Forklift Operator - (29 CFR 1910.178)
Over 95,000 people are injured and millions of dollars lost each year due to forklift incidents.  During this program students will meet the standard through classroom and a hand on driving course for the type(s) of forklift used in their workplace.  Items covered will include: Inspections, Lift Design, Lifting and Setting down loads, moving with loads, and pedestrian safety.

Hazard Communication - (29 CFR 1910.1200)

This course meets the federal requirements of "Right To Know" of every employees who works in a place where chemicals or hazardous substances are present.  The course focuses on identification, material safety data sheets, labeling requirements, personal protective equipment, exposure prevention and response. 

Confined Space Entry, Attendant, Supervisor - (29 CFR 1910.146)
This course meets and exceeds the requirements of OSHA 29 CFR 1910.146 and is required for all personnel that will work in a confined space.  The course covers hazards associated with confined spaces, the control measures for the hazards, how to implement the permit system, and atmospheric monitoring.  Entrant, Attendant, and Supervisor responsibilities will be discussed in depth with both classroom and a hands on entry drill utilizing our state of art mobile confined space simulator.

Aerial lift and Scissor Lift Operator
To help meet the industry need for trained workforce .This program addressed safety regulations and safe operation practices related to “A Self-Propelled Elevated Work Platforms (ANSI A92.6) and “Boom-Supported Elevated Work Platforms”(ANSI A92.6).The training will be delivered with classroom instructions and a series of hand-on exercises designed to evaluate the proficiency of student.

EPA Lead Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP)
Under the new EPA Lead, Renovation, Repair & Painting (RRP) rule, contractors, renovators, remodelers, painters, maintenance workers and others performing renovation, repair and painting projects that disturb painted surfaces in homes, apartments, child care facilities and schools built before 1978 must be certified. Also, firms must have at least one 'Certified Renovator' assigned to jobs where lead based paint is disturbed. There are communication, paint testing, work practice and final cleaning issues that will be new to many. All firms performing or desiring to perform renovation, repair or painting work must become certified by April 22, 2010. Once training is completed, firms can obtain certification by applying to EPA or to your State if it has an EPA-authorized RRP program. Firms who knowingly or willingly violate the EPA regulation may be fined up to an additional $ 37,500 per violation and/or face imprisonment.