Available Safety Engineering Courses, Education Training Classes
All courses include an instructor led presentation, practical exercises, class discussion, PowerPoint presentation, written knowledge test and practical exam.
- OSHA 10
- This training program is primarily intended for entry level workers. The intent is to cover an overview of the hazards a worker may encounter on a job site. This training emphasizes hazard identification, avoidance, control and prevention, not necessarily OSHA standards.
- OSHA 30 (general industry)
- This training program is given to train workers and supervisors on hazard recognition and OSHA safety standards. Our training will cover specific OSHA regulations and requirements as they apply to the general industry. Our 30-hour course covers general industry hazards not specific to those working construction-only jobs.
- OSHA 300
- This course is used to classify work-related injuries and illnesses and to note the extent and severity of each case. When an incident occurs, this form is used to record specific details about what happened and how it happened.
- OSHA 510
- This course covers Federal OSHA policies, procedures, and standards, as well as construction safety and health principles. Areas to be covered include scope and application of the OSHA construction standards with special emphasis placed on those areas that are the most hazardous, using OSHA standards as a guide which the class will learn when to apply the appropriate Federal OSHA standard that applies to hazards in the construction industry.
- OSHA Outreach Training – Construction
- Our OSHA Outreach Training Program for the Construction Industry will provide training for workers and employers on the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards in workplaces in the construction industry. This training program also provides information regarding workers’ rights, employer responsibilities, and how to file a complaint.
- OSHA Confined Space
- Our Confined Space Training will show employers and employees what the principal hazards are in Confined Spaces, and how to protect themselves from them. Dangers covered include possible engulfment, toxic or flammable atmospheres, or other physical or environmental hazards. We will emphasize employee awareness and protection as the most important aspect of Confined Space operations. Discussion will also cover preventable injuries and fatalities and how they can be prevented with the right mix of education and training.
- OSHA – Scaffolding for the Competent Person
- A competent person is one capable of identifying existing and potential hazards in the surroundings or working conditions which are unsanitary, hazardous, or dangerous to employees, and who has authorization to take prompt corrective measures to eliminate them. Our “competent person scaffold training” covers OSHA’s five most serious scaffold hazards:
- Unsafe Access
- Falling Objects
- Scaffold Collapse
- Our course covers the OSHA Scaffold requirements and will enable participants to effectively understand scaffold hazards and how to mitigate them during:
- Erecting and Dismantling,
- How to move scaffolding safely
- Safe work procedures
- Proper installation and use of guardrails and planking
- Types of Scaffolds covered will include:
- Tube & Coupler
- OSHA Respiratory Protection
- Our training will cover any written worksite specific procedures
- On-Site program evaluation
- Proper selection of an appropriate respirator approved by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
- Training; Fit Testing; Inspection, Cleaning, Maintenance, and Storage
- Hazmat Technician (areas to be covered)
- Hands on Psychomotor Skills
- Operation Site Practices
- Chemistry of Hazardous Materials
- Hazardous Materials Incident Management Course
- Toxic Chemicals
- NFPA (areas to be covered)
- Structural Firefighter 1 and 2
- Inspector 1 and 2
- Lockout Tag-Out (LOTO) Program
- Areas to be covered will include:
- How to provide a workplace free from serious recognized hazards and comply with
standards, rules and regulations
- Make sure employees have and use safe tools and equipment and properly maintain this
- Proper use of color codes, posters, labels or signs to warn employees of potential hazards
- Establish or update operating procedures and communicate them so that employees follow
safety and health requirements
- Provide safety training in a language and vocabulary workers can understand
- Employers with hazardous chemicals in the workplace must develop and implement a
written hazard communication program and train employees on the hazards they are
exposed to and proper precautions (and a copy of safety data sheets, MSDS, must be readily
- Post at a prominent location within the workplace, the overall LOTO Plan informing
employees of their rights and responsibilities
- Maintain records of any & all work-related injuries and illnesses. (Note: Employers with 10 or
fewer employees and employers in certain low-hazard industries may be exempt from this
- Provide an “Open-Log for all employees, former employees and their representatives
concerning Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses (OSHA Form 300).
- Correct cited violations by the deadline set in the OSHA citation and submit required
abatement verification documentation.
- Rope Rescue
- This course will discuss the equipment necessary to enable a rescuer to remove an injured employee from the enclosed space quickly and without injury to the rescuer or further harm to the fallen employee and its proper use. Equipment to be discussed will include harnesses; Lifelines; Self-Supporting winches and any associated equipment which can normally be used during this procedure.
- High Angle Rescue
- The course will teach how to operate as a member of a rope rescue team; utilizing knots, hitches and anchor systems; belay operations; ascending and descending; raising and lowering systems; patient packaging and litter attending, among other skills and techniques.
Upon successful completion of the training program, an individual will be certified, knowledgeable and be able to demonstrate proficiency in:
- How to safely operate in a rope rescue environment
- How to utilize ropes and knots
- How to utilize hardware and software in relation to rope rescue
- How to build and use lowering systems
- How to construct and utilize raising systems
- How to ascend a fixed rope
- How to construct and utilize appropriate simple mechanical advantage
- How to properly perform pick offs
- How to perform line transfers
- Personal Protective Equipment
- The various types of Personal Protective equipment (PPE) and the correct usage of each
- Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
- American Heart Association Version
- Basic First Aid
- Including proper Bandaging and Splinting