GENERAL OSHA TRAINING
How and why CPR works, patient assessment for injury/illness, how to provide the basics CPR for both adults and children, proper AED use, the Good Samaritan Law, and how to stay safe while administering CPR. Upon completion of this course, students will receive a course completion card.
EMERGENCY FIRST AID
Priorities of the first responder, bleeding, shock, sprains and strains, dislocations and factors, poisoning.
FORKLIFT TRAIN THE TRAINER
After completion of this course, the participants will be certified to train forklift operators. Includes refresher training, site specific training, operating hazards, stability triangle, combined actions, pre-operation inspection, nameplates, operating a lift truck, tipping, loading/unloading, traveling, ramps and railroad tracks, docks, parking, unattended fork trucks, and propane refueling.
HAZWOPER 8 HOUR REFRESHER
Topics include HAZWOPER regulations, safety and health plans, hazardous chemicals, safety hazards, air monitoring, medical surveillance, site control, decontamination, personal protective equipment, and respiratory equipment.
Types of hazardous waste, hazards, regulatory guidelines (RCRA, CERCLA, Superfund, SARA Title III), HAZWOPER standard, how to determine if waste is hazardous, and health effects of exposure.
Factors leading to heat stress, symptoms of heat exhaustion and heat stress, prevention, and how to treat heat related illness.
Categories of confined spaces, hazards, hazardous atmospheres (flammable, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, oxygen deprivation), welding, cutting, and heating, ventilation, properties of gases, and rescue.
Fall prevention vs. fall protection, hazard recognition, types and components of fall protection, uses for personal fall arrest, the ABCs of a personal fall arrest system, equipment inspection, and rescue plans.
Emergency action plans, basic requirements of exit routes, fire prevention plans, fire hazards, fire extinguishers (including types of extinguishers, classifications, fire tetrahedron, ratings, maintenance & inspection, training & education requirements, PASS method), and fire response.
Chemical labeling, material safety data sheets (MSDS), and written program requirements.
Area noise measurements, action level, engineering controls, administrative controls, types of PPE, and proper use.
Types of ladders, ladder construction, proper ladder procedures, improper use, climbing safety, ladder hazards, using ladders as working platform, ladder inspections, unsafe ladders, and proper ladder storage.
LOCK OUT/TAG OUT (CONTROL OF HAZARDOUS ENERGY)
Types of hazardous energy, hazards, when LO/TO is needed, energy isolation devices, general awareness, why LO/TO is necessary, program requirements, energy control procedures, lockout devices, shift changes, types of machine guards, and maintenance requirements.
POWER HAND TOOL SAFETY
Hazards, good practices, guarding, inspections, general precautions, types of power tools, guarding requirements, and basic rules for power tool safety.
POWERED INDUSTRIAL TRUCKS
Operating hazards, stability triangle, pre-operation inspections, operation, mounting and dismounting, loading/unloading, parking, and what to do if forklift tips over.PPE Employer and employee responsibilities, examples (including head, eye, face, foot, hand, and respiratory protection), and when PPE is necessary.
Training covers: hazards, types of respirators, limitations, fit-tests & seal-checks, inspection & care of respirators, facial hair.
Hazards, types of scaffolds, elements of safe construction, proper use, inspections, fall protection, guardrails, fall arrest systems, requirements, falling object protection, overhead power lines, scaffold support examples, platform construction, and training requirements.
WALKING WORKING SURFACES
Slips, trips, and falls; housekeeping; aisles and passageways, covers and guardrails, floor loading protection, floor openings, guarding floor openings, wall openings, open sided floors and platforms, stairways, ladders, and scaffolding.