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    Whether you prefer in-person or online training, we have many course options to get you and your staff operating at their highest capacity.

    Asbestos Awareness (online as well)

    We will cover asbestos exposure in all work as defined in 1910.12(b), excluding asphalt
    roof coatings, cement, and mastics. Includes installation, maintenance, demolition,
    removal, and disposal.

    Bloodborne Pathogens (online as well)

    OSHA’s Bloodborne Pathogens Standard (29 CFR 1910.1030), requires employers to
    safeguard employees who face potential occupational exposure to blood or other
    potentially infectious materials. If there is any chance you might encounter blood or
    other potentially infectious materials, you face significant health risks. You will receive
    an introduction to bloodborne pathogens including HepB, HIV, and TB; proven steps to
    reduce exposure risks and prevent infection; action to take if an exposure occurs; and
    recordkeeping and exposure control plans.

    Confined Space in Construction

    This course fulfills OSHA’s education requirements for safety and health and teaches
    procedures to protect employees who work in confined spaces with limited or restricted
    access. Confined spaces include, but are not limited to, underground vaults, tanks,
    storage bins, manholes, pits, silos, process vessels, and pipelines.

    Crystalline Silica (online as well)

    This course is designed to provide training and information about crystalline silica, the
    health hazards of exposure to it, an in-depth review of OSHA’s final rule regulating
    occupational exposure to respirable silica in the construction industry, prevention
    /control method planning and medical surveillance.

    Drug-Free Workplace (DFWP – Employee & Supervisor)

    Driver Safety

    Electrical Safety

    Fall Protection

    Fire Extinguisher

    This course is designed to prepare employees to use portable fire extinguishers
    properly and safely in the event of a fire. The course offers classroom and hands-on

    First Aid, CPR, AED

    First Aid is the immediate care given to an injured or suddenly ill person until competent
    medical care, if needed, is obtained. The ability to recognize a serious medical
    emergency and knowledge of how to get and give help may mean the difference
    between life and death.


    Forklift Powered Industrial Truck (PIT)


    This course helps satisfy the operator training requirements under OSHA's Powered
    Industrial Trucks Standard (1910.178 (l)). Specifically, it is designed to help learners
    choose, inspect, and operate a forklift in a safe way, protecting themselves and their
    coworkers from the potential hazards associated with their use.

    GHS Hazard Communication (online as well)

    This course teaches you how to identify hazardous chemicals in the workplace, safely
    handle them, and protect yourself and your coworkers from the risks they present.
    OSHA requires employers who use hazardous chemicals to educate the affected
    employees on risks and safety precautions.

    HAZWOPER 8-Hour

    This course meets the requirements outlined in OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 for 8 hours
    of annual refresher training for workers at hazardous waste sites. This course is
    designed for general site workers who remove hazardous waste or who are exposed or
    potentially exposed to hazardous substances or health hazards.

    HAZWOPER 40-Hour

    HAZWOPER training course provides 40 hours of training that covers the OSHA
    Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) standards, for
    compliance with OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120(e) and 29 CFR 1926.65(e) regulations. The
    purpose of the course is to prepare workers involved in cleanup and emergency
    response operations to work safely in situations involving hazardous substances. The
    training includes policies, practices, and procedures that help reduce the risk of injury
    and illness due to harmful exposure on the job.

    Hearing Conservation (online as well)

    Noise-induced hearing loss is the most common occupational hazard for American
    workers. This course teaches you how to select the right hearing protection for the job
    you’re performing, as well as how to conserve your hearing long-term.

    Heat/Cold Stress

    Working in extreme hot and cold temperatures for a long period can cause
    severe health damage, such as heat exhaustion and hypothermia. This course offers
    information to employers and employees on measures they should take to prevent
    illnesses and possible death caused by extreme temperatures.

    Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) Awareness

    This course promotes hydrogen sulfide (H2S) awareness and covers the basic
    precautions required to work safely in H2S-rich environments. We explain the
    hazardous properties of H2S and its exposure limits, health effects, detection methods,
    control measures, suitable personal protective equipment, and emergency response

    Ladder Safety (online as well)


    This course teaches you how to select the right ladder for the job you’re performing, as
    well as best practices for inspecting the ladder before you use it.

    Lockout/Tagout (LOTO)

    Mobile Elevated Work Platforms(MEWP)

    This course provides comprehensive training on the safe and effective use of mobile
    elevated work platforms. Participants will learn about the various types of MEWPs, their
    components, and functions, how to identify potential hazards, and implement safety
    measures, and covers pre-use inspections, proper positioning, and emergency

    New Hire Orientation

    NFPA 70E

    This course responds to the latest information about the effects of arc flash, arc blast,
    and direct current hazards, and recent developments in electrical design and Personal
    Protective Equipment (PPE). Upon completion of this course, employees shall be able
    to demonstrate specific knowledge of:
     Safe Work Practices
     Identifying Hazards
     OSHA requirements
     Working on or near live parts
     PPE
     Action Planning
    OSHA 10 for Construction
    Topics include but not limited to:
     Introduction to OSHA
     Fall Protection
     Electrocution
     Struck-By
     Caught-In or Between
     Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
     Health Hazards in Construction
     Electrical
     Material Handling
     Hazard Communication
     Ladders and Stairs


    OSHA 10 for General Industry

    Topics include but not limited to:
     Introduction to OSHA
     Walking and Working Surfaces
     Fall Protection

     Exit Routes and Emergency Action Plans
     Electrical Safety
     Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
     Hazard Communication
     Machine Guarding
     Materials Handling and Storage
     Bloodborne Pathogens
     Permit-Required Confined Spaces
     Lockout/Tagout
     Forklift Safety

    OSHA 30 for Construction

    This course provides a comprehensive and advanced level of safety education for those
    involved in the construction industry. It equips participants with the knowledge and skills
    to manage risks, ensure compliance, and foster a culture of safety.

    Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) (online as well)

    This course educates workers in the proper use, selection, maintenance, and
    applications of different pieces of personal protective equipment that they use on the
    job. It also involves training employees in proper disposal of equipment to ensure safety
    in their work environment.

    Qualified Rigger

    Respiratory Protection (online as well)

    This course covers the requirements for the establishment, maintenance, and
    monitoring of a respiratory protection program. Course topics include terminology,
    OSHA Respiratory Protection Standards, NIOSH certification, respiratory protection
    programs, and medical evaluation requirements.

    Rigging & Signaling

    This training is for individuals who work under the supervision of a competent person
    and on a routine basis perform rigging work engaged in lifting loads other than rigging
    for special lifts, or the erection, dismantling, jumping, or reconfiguring of cranes or all of
    these. This person is also trained to communicate guidance and direction to a crane
    operator in lifting, hoisting, moving, or releasing a load.
    Upon completion of this course, employees shall be able to demonstrate specific
    knowledge of the following:
     Hand, voice, and radio communications
     Proficiency in hand and verbal signals, including the standard method for hand
    signals as required by ASME B30.3-2004, ASME B30.5-2007 and ASME B30.6-
     Rigging hardware, including Hooks and similar attaching devices; shackles, clips,
    and clamps; and taglines
     Synthetic/wire rope slings

     Common load configurations and positioning
     Personal fall protection methods
     Emergency procedures
     Hazards and restrictions associated with working adjacent to overhead electric
    lines and equipment.



    Employers must have a “competent person” to determine the feasibility and safety of
    protection for employees erecting or dismantling supported scaffolds. Employers must
    protect employees from scaffold related hazards such as falls, falling objects structural
    instabilities, electrocution, or overloading.
    Topics Include:
     General Requirements & Definitions
     Fall Protection & Falling
     Object Projection
     Scaffold Platforms
     Safe Access Requirements
     Proper Scaffold Use & Load Capacity
     Employers Duties & Responsibilities
     Training Requirements
     Scaffold Capacity
     Inspection Requirements
     Safe Work Practices
     Understand the purpose of the scaffolding standard
     Describe the OSHA general requirements for scaffolds & understand OSHA
    definitions regarding scaffolding
     Describe the OSHA specific requirements for support & suspended scaffolding
     Be able to identify & recognize hazards associated with scaffolds

    Trenching & Excavation