Competent Person

Competent Person Classes

ANSI A10.34 Public Safety

Length: 4 Hours

The objective of the ANSI 10.34 Class is to introduce contractors to the standard and its intention “for use as a guideline to provide protection for the public.” This course covers the responsibilities, implementation of a safety performance program, initiation of required responsibilities, development for prevention of typical construction hazards, establishing security, the requirements and processes for conducting Accident Investigations, and the repairs and replacements. As well, it will enhance management of B-S-Q-S & P … Budget, Schedule, Quality, Safety, and … People.

Arc Flash

Length: 4 Hours

This class covers an introduction to NFPA 70E and Arc Flash Safety, OSHA Safe Practices, Energized Work Hazard Control Plans, lock out / tag out, electrical burns and 1910.303.

Blue Print Reading

Length: 24 hours (3 Days)

This is a three-day course designed to help your employees better understand blueprints and how to read them. It covers reading & using measuring tools, mathematics, construction materials & symbols, and drawing: pictorial, orthographic, plot plans, foundation, commercial, residential, plumbing, and many more.

Confined Space Competent Person – Construction (1926)

Length: 8 Hours

This is a fast-paced, 8-hour course designed to assist your supervisors, foremen, estimators and workers in confined space safety and to meet the required OSHA standards. It includes an introduction to OSHA, review of 29 CFR Parts 1926.1201 thru 1926.1213, and the identification of various types of confined spaces in construction. Additionally, this course covers duties of the employer, confined space permitting, hazardous atmospheres, PPE requirements and rescue equipment. All attendees will receive a student manual and a laminated course completion card.

CPR / First Aid / AED / Blood Borne Pathogens

Length: 8 Hours

This 8-hour class meets OSHA requirements to qualify supervisors, foremen and other employees, in CPR / 1st Aid. It covers an introduction to OSHA standards, a review of 29 CFR Part 1926.33, Part 1926.50, Part 1910.20, Part 1910.1030, emergency care qualification by student demonstration and hands on practice and use of manikins to develop knowledge, skill and confidence. All attendees will receive a completion card upon completion.

Crane Competent Person

Length: 8 Hours

This is a full day course designed to meet your supervisors, foremen, estimators, and workers needs for the new OSHA Subpart CC standard. It covers an introduction to OSHA Subpart CC, a review of 29 CFR Part 1926.1400 thru 1926.1441, a review of ANSI and Crane Management Plan, mandatory crane inspection and maintenance, critical lift planning, protection of the public, communication and crane signals – ANSI and OSHA Reviews. All attendees will receive a student training manual and a certificate of completion. This is not a CCO – (Certified Crane Operator) Class.

Damage Prevention (GUFPA) (811)

Length: 4 Hours

This 4 hour course designed to meet GUFPA’s required training as well as educate all others in the utility laws and dangers. This course is approved for four hours continuing education credit by the Georgia Secretary of State. It includes an introduction to Georgia Dig Law, an overview of Georgia Overhead Law, the rules of the Georgia Underground Marking Standards and all attendees will receive a student manual and a laminated class card for this course.

Excavation Competent Person

Length: 8 Hours

This 8 hour course is designed to meet your supervisors, foremen, estimators, and workers needs in excavation & trenching safety and the required OSHA standards. It includes an introduction to OSHA, review of 29 CFR Part 1926.650 – 1926.654, soil analysis procedures, sloping options and requirements, use of tabulated data and an understanding of hazardous atmospheres. All attendees will receive a student manual including Subpart P, and a laminated course completion card for this course.

Fall Protection Competent Person

Length: 8 Hours

This 8 hour course designed to meet your supervisors, foremen, estimators, and workers needs in fall protection safety and the applicable OSHA standards. It includes introduction to OSHA standards, the “Duty” of the employer, Subpart “M” General Requirements, a review of 1926.500 – 1926.503, Personal Fall Arrest Systems, demonstration of Fall Protection – PPE, and how to develop and maintain a Fall Protection Plan.

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) Safety

Length: 8 Hours

This is an 8-hour course designed to educate employers and commercial driver licensed employees on the safety regulations and the drug / alcohol testing regulations set forth by the U.S. Department of Transportation. The course covers FMCSA Regulations, types of FMCSA Inspections, an overview of 49 CFR Part 40, CDL Standards, Requirements, and Penalties and testing procedures for alcohol and drug abuse. All attendees will receive a student training manual and a laminated class card for this course.

Forklift Competent Person

Length: 4 Hours

This is a 4-hour course tailored to your equipment and designed to meet your supervisors, foremen, operators, and worker’s needs, and the required OSHA standards. The course covers an introduction to OSHA, a review of 29 CFR Part 1926.602 and 29 CFR Part 1910.178, a discussion and review the operators manual, learning important inspection & documentation procedures and all attendees will receive a student training manual including 29 CFR Parts 1926.602 & 1910.178 and a laminated class card for this course.

Lift Safety (Aerial and Scissor)

Length: 4 Hours

This is a 4-hour course tailored to your equipment and designed to meet the needs of your supervisors, foremen, operators, and workers as well as the required OSHA standards. It includes an introduction to OSHA, a review of 29 CFR Part 1926.453 and ANSI, a discussion and review the operator’s manual, learning the important inspection & documentation procedures and all attendees will receive a student training manual and a laminated class card for this course.

Lock Out / Tag Out Competent Person

Length: 4 Hours

Attendees will be able to identify the Hazardous to all employees when the application of 29 CFR 1910.147 is not correctly applied in the work place. The course includes an introduction to OSHA, a review of 29 CFR Part 1910.147, a discussion of scope, application and purpose of lock-out / tag-out program, learn stored energy hazards and the implementation of a written program.

MSHA “A” (Day 1)

Length: 8 Hours

The objectives of Day 1 are knowing the statutory rights of Miners, the authority and responsibility of Supervisors & Representatives, being aware of work environment, the hazards of tasks assigned, recognition of hazards and electrical hazards.

MSHA “B” (Day 2)

Length: 8 Hours

The objectives of Day 2 are understanding ground control, traffic safety, transportation & communication systems, emergency evacuation & escape ways, fire prevention and explosives / blasting.

MSHA “C” (Day 3)

Length: 8 Hours

The objectives of Day 3 are knowing Emergency medical procedures, Self – Rescue & Respiratory Devices, dust control, hazardous atmospheres, mandatory health and safety practices, health hazards and CPR / 1st Aid.

NUCA Confined Space

Length: 8 Hours

This is a fast paced, detailed, 8 hour course designed to meet the requirements of the National Utility Contractors Association, for supervisors, foremen, estimators, and workers needs in confined space safety and to meet the required OSHA standards. It covers an introduction to OSHA, a review of 29 CFR Part 1910.134, .146, and .147, a review of required PPE, Define the Confined Space “TEAM”, a review of Confined Space “TEAM” Responsibilities and a discussion of hazardous atmospheres. All attendees will receive a student manual including the 29 CFR Part 1926.146, and a certification of completion of this course. A written exam is given at the end of the class. Comes with CEU’s.

NUCA Excavation

Length: 8 Hours

This is a full day, in-depth, 8-hour course designed to meet the requirements of the National Utility Contractors Association for supervisors, foremen, estimators, and workers needs in excavation & trenching safety and the required OSHA standards. It covers an introduction to OSHA, a review of 29 CFR Part 1926, .650, .651, .652, .654, soil analysis procedures, sloping options and requirements, use of tabulated data and hazardous atmospheres. All attendees will receive a student manual including Subpart P, and a certification of completion for this course. A written exam is given at the end of the class. Comes with CEU’s.

Respirable Crystalline Silica

Length: 4 Hours

The objective of the Respirable Crystalline Silica Safety Class is to introduce and educate construction workers, supervisors and company owners to OSHA’s new requirements for protecting employees with occupational exposure to respirable silica dust.

Respirator Competent Person

Length: 8 Hours

Attendees will obtain the knowledge to properly implement the respiratory training program at the workplace. The course includes an introduction to OSHA, a review of 29 CFR Part 1910.134, a discussion of scope, application and purpose of a written respiratory program, program administrator responsibilities, where they are to be used in work place and you will gain an understanding of Appendix “C & D” to 1910.134 employee medical evaluation.

Scaffold Competent Person

Length: 8 Hours

This informative, 8-hour, course designed to meet your supervisors, foremen, estimators, and workers specific needs in scaffolding safety and the required OSHA standards. It includes an introduction to OSHA, a review of 29 CFR Parts 1926.450, .451, .452, .453, and .454, how to develop and maintain a Scaffolding Protection Plan and how to identify and correct Scaffold Hazards. All attendees with receive a student manual including Subpart L, and a certification of completion for this course.

Steel Erection Competent Person

Length: 8 Hours

This informative, 8-hour, course designed to meet your supervisors, foremen, estimators, and workers specific needs in steel erection safety and the required OSHA standards. It covers an introduction to OSHA, review of 29 CFR Part 1926 .750, .751, .752, .754, .755, .756, .757, .758, .759, .760, .761, how to develop and maintain a Steel Erection Plan and identify and correct Steel Erection hazards. All attendees with receive a student manual with Subpart R, and a certification of completion for this course.

Underground – Subpart “S” Competent Person

Length: 8 Hours

This is a complete, 8-hour course designed to meet your supervisors, foremen, estimators, and workers needs in tunnel safety and applicable OSHA standards. It covers an introduction to OSHA Standards, the “Duty” of the employer, Subpart “S” General Requirements (Underground Construction), a review of Standard 1926.800, 1926.801, 1926.802, 1926.803, 1926.804 and Appendix A to Subpart S, a review of Standard 1926.21 of Subpart C (Confined Space), Standard 1910.146, and a review of Standard 1926.103 of Subpart E (Respirators), Standard 1910.134.