Safety Training Classes

OSHA 10 General Industry Safety and Health

The OSHA Outreach 10 hour General Industry training course is a two day seminar. The objective of this seminar is to provide a variety of General Industry safety and health training topics to all level workers. Required training will include 7+ hours on the following topics: An Introduction to OSHA, Walking and Working Surfaces, Emergency Action Plans, Exit Routes, Fire Prevention Plans, and fire protection, Electrical, Personal Protective Equipment, and Hazard Communication. An additional 3+  hours of instruction will include, but is not limited to; Hazardous material, Machine Guarding, Bloodborne Pathogens , Material Handling, and Fall Protection. Successful completion will result in the issuance of a certificate and a 10 hour OSHA card.

This course is part of the CAD-CAM Specialist Program coursework.

OSHA 10 Construction

This training program is intended to provide entry level construction workers information about their rights, employer responsibilities, and how to file a complaint as well as how to identify, abate, avoid and prevent job related hazards on a construction site. The training covers a variety of construction safety and health hazards which a worker may encounter at a construction site. Training should emphasize hazard identification, avoidance, control and prevention, not OSHA standards. Required training will include 6 hours on the following topics: An introduction to OSHA, OSHA’s focus four hazards. The remaining time will be from the following electives, Excavation, Material Handling, Scaffolds, Stairways and ladders, and Tools – Hand/Power

OSHA 30 General Industries and Construction

These courses are an extended version of the 10 hr, and are intended for supervisory, management, and anyone having safety responsibility. The course will be covered over a four day period and will follow the guidelines provided by OSHA.

First Aid/CPR/AED

This is an American Red Cross course that covers adult, child, and infant. The components can be tailored to the customers’ needs. Red Cross First Aid, CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) and AED (automated external defibrillator) training meets the needs of workplace responders, school staffs, professional responders and healthcare providers, as well as the general public.

40-hour Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER)

HAZWOPER 40 is required for workers that perform activities that expose or potentially expose them to hazardous substances.

This course is specifically designed for workers who are involved in clean-up operations, voluntary clean-up operations, emergency response operations, and storage, disposal, or treatment of hazardous substances or uncontrolled hazardous waste sites. Topics include protection against hazardous chemicals, elimination of hazardous chemicals, safety of workers and the environment and OSHA regulations. This course covers topics included in 29 CFR 1910.120.

Trainees must have additional hands-on training in the donning, doffing, and use of the Personal Protective Equipment required for their jobsite(s) in accordance with 29 CFR 1910.120.
Workers must also have 40 hrs of initial training before they may enter the site and at least three days of actual field experience under a trained, seasoned supervisor. The three days field experience under a trained, experienced supervisor is the responsibility of the student employer or potential employer.

Defensive Driving (National Safety Council)

The new edition of the National Safety Councils best-selling course includes vastly revised content and training resources, making this the most compelling program for keeping drivers safe on the road. The program is designed with both easy to follow teaching/student material, and the program can be customized with local training statutes or a company’s fleet rules and regulations. Training also can be reduced from eight hours to six hours, if your specific training needs require it.

Learning outcomes include:

  • Practical knowledge and techniques to avoid traffic collisions and violations
  • Why choosing safe, responsible, and lawful driving behaviors and habits makes personal and financial sense
  • Factors one can control before driving, from emotions to vehicle maintenance
  • How to drive defensively in unpredictable conditions
  • How driver attitude and behavior can help prevent collisions and poor decision-making
  • How to prevent collisions and recognize potential hazards

Powered Industrial Truck (Forklift) Training

OSHA requires that all employers certify their employees on the forklifts, and other powered industrial trucks (PIT) that they will be operating. This course provides both class room lecture, and hands on evaluation. The course is split into two sections and is designed as an 8 hour course.

The powered industrial truck operator training requirements are performance-oriented to permit employers to tailor a training program to the characteristics of their workplaces and the particular types of powered industrial trucks operated.

Information and training for forklift operators including forklift design, controls and instrumentation, comprehensive pre-use inspection, and forklift stability and factors affecting stability. Course includes hands-on training and demonstration of proficiency. After completion, students will receive a certificate of completion and a PIT certified wallet card.