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Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) Safety
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.
Fire Extinguisher Safety
This course will cover the importance of implementing a safety program, a review of OSHA Subpart F (1926.150-1926.155) the different classifications of fire extinguishers, and methods for observing, detecting, and handling hazardous materials.
Forklift Competent Person
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.
Georgia Best Management Practice (BMPs)
This course will cover a review of BMP’s, understanding when they are required and by whom, the three keys to BMP’s, vegetative practices and structural practices.
Hazard Communication / SDS Awareness
This class covers the location of the written Hazard Communication Program, a list of hazardous materials, Safety Data Sheets (SDS), descriptions of the jobs where these hazards are present, physical and health hazards of the chemicals that present potential exposure, personal protection requirements for chemicals, ways to observe and detect the presence of hazardous chemicals, labeling requirements and explanation of labeling system, where to find SDS and how to read them, first aid requirements and emergency response information, and when an employee of another company performs work and there is a potential for exposure to a hazardous chemical.
How to Deal with a GC Superintendent
This is a must have, informative, 2-hour seminar designed to assist your field supervisors and foremen in “dealing with” and reducing conflicts with, the G.C. Superintendent and/or client. It includes an introduction, redefining of responsibilities discussion of written and verbal communication skills, a review of how to properly represent the company and the importance of building a successful relationships.
How to Handle an OSHA Inspection
This fast paced seminar is one of the many management tools your field supervisors and foremen need in today’s construction industry. It covers an introduction to OSHA, a review of the OSHA inspection process, how to interact with the OSHA inspector, documentation recommendations and “how to” have a successful inspection.
This course includes an introduction to OSHA, review of the General Duty Clause, correct cleaning procedures, protective clothing, review of 1926.62 and 1910.34, effective respirator programs, special problems and Lead Exposure Protection Policy.
Lift Safety (Aerial and Scissor)
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
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.
Materials Handling Safety
This is a 4-hour Material Handler Safety course, tailored to your equipment and designed to meet your supervisors, foremen, operators, and workers needs in Material Handler Safety and the required OSHA standards. It covers an introduction to OSHA, review of 29 CFR Part 1926.600 and ANSI, a discussion and review of your operator’s manual or review the AEM (generic) manual and important inspection & documentation procedures. All attendees will receive a student training manual and a certificate of completion for this course.
MSHA “A” (Day 1)
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)
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)
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.
This 8-hr refresher class for contractors is designed to assist you and your employees in meeting the required MSHA training standards. It covers an introduction to MSHA a review of 30 CFR Part 56, 30 CFR Part 48, 30 CFR Part 46 and Subparts A – T and a review of “Best Practices.”
NCCER Basic Rigger
This is a fully-credentialed, 8-hour course designed to provide a better understanding of common rigging hardware, proper safety practices for load-handling, inspection techniques, hand signals and hitch configurations. This course will cover the following topics: Describe the use and inspection of basic equipment / hardware used in rigging, explanation of sling angles, describe basic rigging and crane hazards, safety practices related to rigging activities and procedures for using slings, attaching hardware such as shackles, eyebolts, hooks as well as rigging knots and demonstrate proper use of ASME hand signals.
NCCER Core Basic Rigging
This course provides basic information related to rigging and rigging hardware, such as slings, rigging hitches, and hoists, with an emphasis on safe working habits in the vicinity of rigging operations.
NCCER Core Basic Safety
This is a full day course designed to identify and follow safe work procedures as well as how to inspect and use safety equipment properly. The course covers the meaning of job-site safety, the role that safety plays in the construction crafts, characteristics of a competent person and a qualified person, the appropriate safety precautions to take around common job-site hazards, how to demonstrate the use/care of appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), how to properly don and remove personal protective equipment, follow safety procedures required for heavy lifting, safe behavior on/around ladders and scaffolds, the importance of Hazard Communications (HazCom) and safety data sheets (SDSs), fire prevention and firefighting techniques and safe work procedures to use around electrical hazards.
NCCER Core Blueprints
This is a full day, 8-hour class designed to discuss components, symbols, and blueprint terms. It teaches you how to interpret blueprints, use drawing dimensions, and recognize classifications of drawings. Topics include how to relate information on blueprints to locations actually on the print, recognize different types of drawings, recognize and identify symbols, components and blueprint terms and interpret and use drawing dimensions.
NCCER Core Hand Tools
This is a full day, 8-hour course designed to show you how to identify and take care of basic hand tools. The course covers how to safely use hand tools, recognize some basic hand tools used in construction, identify some basic had tools used in construction and describe the procedures for taking care of hand tools.