Hazwoper 40, 24 and 8 Hour (OSHA 1910.120)
Direct to the heart of the OSHA training requirements for Hazardous Materials and Superfund site workers. All safety and health issues are covered with a focus on OSHA regulations for handling both hazardous materials and wastes. A step by step approach combines a review of the law with hand-on instruction and participation. The student will have a thorough understanding of the law, it requirements and actual techniques to be used in field operations.
Confined Space Entry and Rescue (OSHA 1910.146) _8 Hours
A mix of power-point lecture and hands on practice to give the student a thorough understanding of the Confined Space Regulations and the proper use of various safety equipment and tools. The course will cover how to conduct site evaluations, selecting the proper PPE, rope skills, regulation requirements and how to get the job done safely.
Respiratory Training: (OSHA 1910.134) _8 Hours
This training is designed to assist is developing a Respiratory Protection Program for the facility. The steps in choosing the proper respiratory equipment, scope of medical evaluations, maintenance and storage of the safety equipment. The course will have an emphasis on the regulation and how it applies to the student.
Personal Protective Equipment-(PPE) (OSHA 1910.132) _8 Hours
The course will outline the current requirements for PPE, Instruct how to conduct a Hazard Assessment, and select the proper PPE. It will train the student the proper use of eye and face, head, foot and leg, hand and arm as well as body and hearing protection.
Portable Fire Extinguishers (OSHA 1910,157) _4 Hours
This class will provide an overview of the requirements of selection, placement, use, maintenance, and testing of portable fire extinguishers in a commercial and industrial environment. Outline how to develop an emergency action plan and a fire prevention plan that meets the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.38 and 29 CFR 1910.39 respectively.
Lock Out/Tag Out (OSHA 1910.147) _4 Hours
Student will gain an understanding of OSHA’s general requirements for controlling hazardous energy during service or maintenance of machines or equipment. If employees service or maintain machines where the unexpected startup, energization, or the release of stored energy could cause injury, the standard covered in this class applies to you, and all personnel involved in these activities need to be trained. The training will include but not limited to: mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic, chemical and thermal energy sources.