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10 Hour Construction

        This 10 Hour program is intended to provide instruction on a variety of construction safety and health standards to entry-level participants. Your employees will receive an acknowledgement of completion & wallet card upon completion of the training.

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Mandatory Topics 7 Hours:

  • Intro to OSHA- 2 Hours
  • Focus Four - 4 Hours: Fall Protection- Minimum 1hr. 15 Minutes, Electrical-Minimum 30 Minutes, Struck by Minimum 30 Minutes & Caught in or Between Minimum 30 Minutes
  • Personal Protective & Life Saving Equipment - Minimum 30 Minutes
  • Health Hazards in Construction - Minimum 30 Minutes
  • Stairways & Ladders - 30 minutes

Elective Topics 2 Hours:

  • Material Handling, Storage, Use and Disposal, Subpart H
  • Tools- Hand and Power, Subpart I
  • Scaffold, Subpart L
  • Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Elevators, & Conveyors, Subpart N
  • Excavation, Subpart P

Optional Topics 1 Hour:

  • Subpart H: Materials Handling, Storage, Use and Disposal
  • Subpart N: Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Elevators, and Conveyors
  • Subpart O: Motor Vehicles, Mechanized Equipment; Construction Equipment
  • Subpart L: Scaffolding
  • Subpart P: Excavations
  • Subpart X: Stairways and Ladders
  • Subpart D: Occupational Health & Environmental Controls (Emphasis on Hazard Communication)
  • Subpart E: Personal Protective Equipment
  • Subpart F: Fire Protection and Prevention
  • Subpart G: Signs, Signals, and Barricades
  • Subpart I: Tools – Hand and Power
  • Subpart J: Welding and Cutting
  • Subpart Q: Concrete and Masonry Construction
  • Subpart R: Steel Erection
  • Subpart S: Underground Construction, Caissons, Cofferdams & Compressed Air
  • Subpart T: Demolition
  • Subpart U: Blasting and Use of Explosives
  • Subpart V: Power Transmission and Distribution
  • Subpart W: Rollover Protective Structures
  • Subpart Z: Toxic and Hazardous Substances
  • 1910 Confined Spaces
  • 29 CFR 1904: Recordkeeping, OSHA Forms 300, 300A & 301

10 Hour General Industry

        This 10 Hour program is intended to provide instruction on a variety of general industry safety and health standards to entry-level participants. Your employees will receive an acknowledgement of completion & wallet card upon completion of the training.

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Mandatory Topics 7 Hours:

  • Intro to OSHA- 2 Hours
  • Walking and Working Surfaces, including fall protection – 1 Hour
  • Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, Fire Prevention Plans, and Fire Protection – 1 Hour
  • Electrical – 1 Hour
  • Personal Protective Equipment – 1 Hour
  • Hazard Communication – 1 Hour

Elective Topics 2 Hours:

  • Hazardous Materials Tools- Hand and Power, Subpart I
  • Materials Handling
  • Machine Guarding
  • Introduction to Industrial Hygiene
  • Bloodborne Pathogens
  • Ergonomics
  • Safety & Health Program
  • Fall Protection

30 Hour Construction

        This 30 Hour program is intended to provide instruction on a variety of construction safety and health standards to entry-level and intermediate-level participants. Your employees will receive an acknowledgement of completion & wallet card upon completion of the training.

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Mandatory Topics 15 Hours:

  • Intro to OSHA - 2 Hours
  • Managing Safety & Health - 2 Hours
  • Focus Four- 6 Hours: Fall Protection - Minimum 1 Hour 15 Minutes, Electrical-Minimum 30 Minutes, Struck by Minimum 30 Minutes & Caught in or Between Minimum 30 Minutes
  • Personal Protective & Life Saving Equipment - 2 Hours
  • Health Hazards in Construction - 2 Hours
  • Stairways & Ladders - 1 Hour

Elective Topics 12 Hours:

  • STD 3-1.1 "Clarification of Citation Policy Regarding 29 CFR 1926.20, 29 CFR 1926.21 and Related General Safety and Health Provisions"; Safety Programs
  • Fire Protection and Prevention, Subpart F
  • Material Handling, Storage, Use and Disposal, Subpart H
  • Tools- Hand and Power, Subpart I
  • Welding and Cutting, Subpart J
  • Scaffold, Subpart L
  • Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Elevators, and Conveyers, Subpart N
  • Motor Vehicles, Mechanized Equipment and Marine Operations; Rollover Protective Structures and Overhead
  • Protection; and Signs, Signals and Barricades, Subpart O, W and G
  • Excavations, Subpart P
  • Concrete and Masonry Construction, Subpart Q
  • Steel Erection, Subpart R
  • Confined Space Entry
  • Power Industrial Vehicles

Optional Topics 3 Hours:

  • Subpart D: Occupational Health & Environmental Controls (Emphasis on Hazard Communication)
  • Subpart E: Personal Protective Equipment
  • Subpart F: Fire Protection and Prevention
  • Subpart G: Signs, Signals, and Barricades
  • Subpart I: Tools – Hand and Power
  • Subpart J: Welding and Cutting
  • Subpart Q: Concrete and Masonry Construction
  • Subpart R: Steel Erection
  • Subpart S: Underground Construction, Caissons, Cofferdams and Compressed Air
  • Subpart T: Demolition
  • Subpart U: Blasting and Use of Explosives

30 Hour General Industry

        This 30 Hour program is intended to provide instruction on a variety of general industry safety and health standards to entry-level and intermediate-level participants. Your employees will receive an acknowledgement of completion & wallet card upon completion of the training.

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Mandatory Topics 13 Hours:

  • Intro to OSHA - 2 Hours
  • Managing Safety & Health - 2 Hours
  • Walking and Working Surfaces, including Fall Protection - 1 Hour
  • Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, Fire Prevention Plans, and Fire Protection - 2 Hours
  • Electrical - 2 Hours
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) - 1 Hour
  • Materials Handling - 2 Hours
  • Hazard Communication -1 Hour

Elective Topics 10 Hours:

  • Hazardous Materials (Flammable and Combustible Liquids, Spray Finishing, Compressed Gases, Dipping and Coating Operations)
  • Permit-Required Confined Spaces
  • Lockout / Tagout
  • Machine Guarding
  • Welding, Cutting, and Brazing
  • Introduction to Industrial Hygiene
  • Bloodborne Pathogens
  • Ergonomics
  • Fall Protection
  • Safety and Health Programs
  • Powered Industrial Vehicles

Optional Topics 7 Hours:

  • Teach other general industry hazards or policies and/or expand on the mandatoryor elective topics.
  • The minimum length of any topic is one-half hour.

Aerial Boom Lift/Scissor Lift Operator Safety Course

        This program consists of classroom instruction and hands-on performance testing. The hands-on training will be conducted at your location on your equipment. Your employees will receive an acknowledgement of completion & wallet card upon completion of the training. Listed below are the topics presented.

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Classroom Instruction:

  • Manufacturer Safety & Operation Video Presentation
  • Manufacturer Safety & Operators Manual
  • OSHA/ Manufacturer Regulations - Operator’s Responsibilities & User release/ indemnity
  • Nomenclature - Safety Placards & Component Identification
  • Pre-operation Inspection - Hydraulics ( all hydraulic components must be retracted to get accurate reading of hydraulic level)
  • Operators Responsibilities
  • Work Site Assessment- Identification of Site Hazards
  • Site Conditions- Terrain, Wind, Existing Hazards
  • Function Test- Ground Controls versus Platform Controls
  • Safe Operation of Equipment - 4 Steps to Positioning - Ramp, Direction of Travel- Directional Arrows, Emergency Shutdown
  • Equipment Stability - Center of Gravity, Personnel & Load Capacity
  • Egress to Platform - 3 points of contact, Body position for exiting
  • Transfer to Structures from the Equipment
  • Electrical Hazards - Minimum Approach Distance
  • Fall Protection - Body Harness & Tie Off Points
  • Proper Shutdown of the Equipment
  • Repair & Maintenance - Authorized Personnel & Annual Inspection
  • Passenger Training Requirements & Communication
  • Load Capacity of the Personnel Platform
  • Written Exam

Hands On Instruction:

  • Pre-operation Inspection of the Equipment
  • Work Site Assessment
  • Function & Controls Testing
  • Hands on Performance Testing
  • Steps to Shut Down the Equipment

Heavy Equipment Operator

        According to the manufacturer, all employees who operate heavy equipment must be trained and qualified by the company. In this course, we will train the student in the skills needed to safely operate heavy equipment. Hands-on operation will also be performed on heavy equipment provided by your company. Your employees will receive an acknowledgement of completion & wallet card upon completion of the training.

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Heavy Equipment-related topics:

  • OSHA/ Manufacturer Regulations Operating instructions, warnings, and precautions for heavy equipment the operator will be authorized to operate
  • Pre operation Inspection
  • Heavy equipment controls and instrumentation: where they are located, what they do, and how they work
  • Steering and maneuvering
  • Visibility (including restrictions due to loading)
  • Vehicle capacity/ stability
  • Any vehicle inspection and maintenance that the operator will be required to perform
  • Refueling and/or charging and recharging of batteries
  • Any other operating instructions, warnings, or precautions listed in the operator’s manual for the types of vehicle that the employee is being trained to operate

Workplace-related topics:

  • Surface conditions where the heavy equipment will be operated
  • Composition of loads to be carried and load stability
  • Pedestrian traffic in areas where the equipment will be operated
  • Hazardous (classified) locations where the equipment will be operated
  • Ramps and other sloped surfaces that could affect the equipment’s stability
  • Closed environments and other areas where insufficient ventilation or poor vehicle maintenance could cause a buildup of carbon monoxide or diesel exhaust.
  • Other unique or potentially hazardous environmental conditions in the workplace that could affect safe operation
  • Hands-on training conducted on your equipment at your facility
  • We will finish up with a written exam & open discussion.

Rigging & Signal Communication Training

        This program consists of classroom instruction and hands-on performance testing. Power point Presentation & hands on instruction will be used to discuss the general rigging procedures & OSHA guidelines. The hands-on training will be conducted at your location using your equipment.

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Material Handling/Rigging:

  • OSHA Subpart H Regulations Material Handling, Storage, Use, and Disposal
  • Designation of the Qualified Rigger - OSHA Subpart CC Training Requirements
  • Inspection & Maintenance of the Rigging Equipment
  • Work Site Assessment - Identification of Site Hazards
  • Determination of Load Weight & Load Capacity of the Rigging Equipment
  • Sling Angle Tensions - 90, 60, 45 and 30 Degree Angles
  • Load Angle Factor Formula
  • Rigger’s Capacity Card Review in Detail.
  • Establishing Swing Zone & Radius Clearance
  • Written Exam

Hand Signals/Communication:

  • OSHA Crane Subpart CC Hand Signal Regulations
  • Designation of the qualified Signal Person - Training Requirements
  • Rigger’s Hand Signal Card Review in Detail.
  • Establishing Communication- Hand Signals & Radio Communication with Crane Operators & Contractors on Site.
  • Written Exam

Industrial Lift Truck Operator Safety

        According to OSHA (29 CFR 1910.178), all employees who operate a Powered Industrial Truck / Rough Terrain Forklift must be trained and authorized by the company prior to operation. In this course, we will train the student in the skills needed to safely operate a standard, rough terrain, gas- propane and/or electric Forklift Truck. Hands-on practice using an actual Forklift through an obstacle course is the highlight of this class. Your employees will receive an acknowledgement of completion & wallet card upon completion of the training.

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Truck-related topics:

  • OSHA/ Manufacturer Regulations
  • Operating instructions, warnings, and precautions for the types of truck the operator will be authorized to operate
  • Differences between the truck and the automobile
  • Truck controls and instrumentation: where they are located, what they do, and how they work
  • Engine or motor operation
  • Steering and maneuvering
  • Visibility (including restrictions due to loading)
  • Fork and attachment adaptation, operation, and use limitations
  • Vehicle capacity
  • Vehicle stability
  • Any vehicle inspection and maintenance that the operator will be required to perform
  • Refueling and/or charging and recharging of batteries
  • Operating limitations
  • Any other operating instructions, warnings, or precautions listed in the operator’s manual for the types of vehicle that the employee is being trained to operate

Workplace-related topics:

  • Surface conditions where the vehicle will be operated
  • Composition of loads to be carried and load stability
  • Load manipulation, stacking, and unstacking
  • Pedestrian traffic in areas where the vehicle will be operated
  • Narrow aisles and other restricted places where the vehicle will be operated
  • Hazardous (classified) locations where the vehicle will be operated
  • Ramps and other sloped surfaces that could affect the vehicle’s stability
  • Closed environments and other areas where insufficient ventilation or poor vehicle maintenance could cause a buildup of carbon monoxide or diesel exhaust.
  • Other unique or potentially hazardous environmental conditions in the workplace that could affect safe operation
  • Hands-on portion done on your machine at your facility

Scaffolding User & Competency Safety

        The purpose of this course is to provide the scaffold erector, users and scaffold inspector the knowledge of the OSHA regulations, safety guidelines, procedures and best work practices needed to recognize and eliminate hazards in the field. This course supports the designation of the competent person as required by OSHA. Your employees will receive an acknowledgement of completion & wallet card upon completion of the training.

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Classroom Instruction:

  • OSHA Subpart L Scaffold Safety Regulations
  • Safety Training Requirements for the Users, Erector & Competent Person
  • Competent Person’s Role & Responsibilities
  • Scaffold Inspection Process
  • Multi User / Indemnification Process
  • Applications and Components Associated with Frame, System, Suspended, Tube & Clamp and Mobile Scaffolding
  • Fall Protection/ Guardrail Guidelines
  • Requirements for Ties and Affect of Wind Force on Scaffolds
  • Scaffold Planks & Platform Requirements
  • Scaffold Egress
  • Accidents & Fatal statistics
  • Written Exam

Hands on Instruction:

  • Erection & inspection of scaffolding provided by the client if available
  • We will finish with an open discussion

Fall Protection Guidelines

        This fall protection class uses real-world examples to enhance the understanding of diverse and complex requirements under the very stringent OSHA fall protection standard. A presentation of photographs and videos of actual job-sites and hands on practice helps students to see the benefits and limitations of many fall protection systems and how they can be used to work safely. Your employees will receive an acknowledgement of completion & wallet card upon completion of the training.

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Required Topics:

  • Regulatory requirements under (29 CFR 1926.500)
  • Principles of fall protection and hazards
  • Fall arrest systems and their components

Topics Presented:

  • Subpart M Regulations
  • Accidents & Fatal Statistics
  • Fall protection systems, which include guardrail systems, safety nets, personal fall arrest systems, safety monitoring systems, controlled access zones, hole covers, and warning lines.
  • Each system will be discussed in detail.
  • Approved Engineered / Manufactured Systems and Components
  • Approved Anchorage points
  • Approved connectors
  • Fall distance from anchor point to lower level
  • Written Exam
  • We will finish with an open discussion

Fall Protection Devices Hands On:

  • Full body harness & lanyard- We will fit and inspect the body harness
  • Anchor connectors- cross arm strap & beam clamp

Fire Protection & Extinguisher Use

        The purpose of this class is to identify potential fire hazards at the work place, fire protection methods to include storage of flammable / combustible materials and fire protection planning. A presentation of photographs of actual job-sites and hands on practice helps students to identify potential fire exposure at the work place. Your employees will receive an acknowledgement of completion & wallet card upon completion of the training.

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Required Topics:

  • Regulatory requirements under (29 CFR 1926.150) OSHA Subpart F
  • Fire Elements & Hazards
  • The fire triangle - Oxygen, Fuel & Heat
  • Identify different classes of fires - Type A, B, C, D, K, Carbon Dioxide, Halogen, etc.
  • Choosing the appropriate type of fire extinguisher
  • Inspection & maintenance of a fire extinguisher - Annual & monthly inspections, charge, tank condition, etc.
  • Fire extinguisher station requirements - Installation, placement & identification guidelines
  • P.A.S.S. - Pull, aim ,squeeze, sweep.
  • Chemical storage requirements
  • Approved containers - Cabinets & portable fuel tanks
  • Written Exam
  • We will finish with an open discussion

Excavation Operation & Competency Safety

        There is no excuse for a worker to be hurt or killed by a cave-in. OSHA regulations (1926.651) require that "Daily inspections of excavations, the adjacent areas, and protective systems shall be made by a competent person for evidence of a situation that could result in possible cave-ins, indications of failure of protective systems, hazardous atmospheres, or other hazardous conditions. An inspection shall be conducted by the competent person prior to the start of the work and as needed throughout the shift." This class provides the knowledge to meet this requirement. Your employees will receive an acknowledgement of completion & wallet card upon completion of the training.

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Outline:

  • Personnel Safety Training Requirements
  • Competent Person Designation
  • Competent Person Guidelines & Responsibilities- Daily Inspections
  • Heavy Equipment Operations- Safety Training & Maintenance
  • Emergency Procedures & Rescue
  • Call Before you Dig- 811
  • Atmosphere Exposures & Monitoring
  • Fall Protection & Barricading Guidelines
  • It’s about dying, but it doesn’t have to be- Dangers of excavations, case studies & the human factors involved
  • Laws, Policies & Penalties- Federal, State-Texas, Civil Criminal Liability
  • Soil Mechanics- Factors influencing soil strength, factors influencing cave- in
  • Job Planning & Excavation Safety Plans- Traffic control, Utility notification, Site preparation, Determining soil types, Determining the safe method
  • Three ways to spell safe- Slope, Shoring, Sheiding- Trench Boxes
    • Sloping and Benching- Determining the safe angle for sloping and benching
    • Multiple benching
    • Screw Jacks
    • Aluminum Pneumatic
    • Aluminum Hydraulic
    • Shielding- Certification
    • Installation, moving and removal of shielding
    • Access & Egress
    • Other shield systems
  • Excavation exit exam
  • We will finish with an open discussion

Electrical Safe Work Practices

        This course presents electrical safety information based on the OSHA Electrical safety Related Work Practices Rule. Starting with presentation on the definition and nature of electrical hazards, the course goes on to cover electrical safety equipment, safety procedures, plus legal and regulatory requirements. This course is designed to meet and exceed the safety training requirements that are defined in the OSHA Electrical Safety Related Work Practices Standard. Your employees will receive an acknowledgement of completion & wallet card upon completion of the training.

Who Should Attend?

        Employees who “face a risk” of electrical shock that is not reduced by electrical installation requirements must receive the training. The required training is to include the practices addressed in the standard (all employees), practices not addressed but required for safety (unqualified employees), and certain voltage measurement and clearance distance skills (qualified employees).

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Outline:

  • OSHA Subpart K Regulations
  • Introduction to OSHA Regulations- Training Requirements & Electrical Work Practices
  • How electricity Works Hazards of Electricity
  • Electrical Related Fatality & Injury Statistics
  • Working on Energized Circuits or Parts/Lockout-Tagout
  • Maintenance of Electrical equipment
  • Switching & Clearing Procedures- Clearance Distances
  • Portable Electrical equipment
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Temporary Power - Lighting & Panel Boxes

Permit Required Confined Space Entry

        This course is designed to meet the specifications of the OSHA regulation for confined space entry. The course will give the students the skills necessary to enter and occupy a confined space such as a manhole, trench/ excavation, tank, pit, or similar enclosure that has the characteristics of a confined space. The goal is to equip the students with the knowledge of the OSHA regulations & best practices to work safely in a confined space and also determine if a confined space is a non permit or permit required space. In order to do so, this course combines classroom lecture, discussion, as well as demonstration of the typical equipment needed to perform the confined space entry safely. Your employees will receive an acknowledgement of completion & wallet card upon completion of the training.

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Outline:

  • OSHA 1910.146 Permit Required Confined Space Program- General Requirements of Confined Space Entry
  • Non Permit versus Permit required Confined Space- Entry Permit
  • Safety Training Requirements
  • Atmosphere Testing & Verification
  • Atmospheric Exposures- Oxygen Deficiencies/Enriched, Hydrogen Sulfide, Carbon Monoxide, Methane Gas, Chemical & Environmental, etc.
  • Roles & Responsibilities- Duties of the Authorized Entrants, Attendants, Entry Supervisor & Rescue Crew
  • Permit Process & Guidelines
  • Rescue and Emergency Services- Inspection and Proper Fit of Fall Arrest Systems, Retrieval Systems, etc.
  • Respiratory Protection Guidelines- Pulmonary Exam & Fit Testing
  • Authorized / Competent Person Designation

Bloodborne Pathogens

This course will provide the OSHA guidelines and safe practices to protect employees from the contraction of disease resulting from contacting blood or other potentially infectious materials (OPIM) during the course of work. Your employees will receive an acknowledgement of completion & wallet card upon completion of the training.

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Outlines:

  • OSHA 1910.1030 Standard- Explanation of the standard, Definitions
  • Exposure Determination- List of Tasks
  • Methods of compliance- Universal Controls, Engineering Controls, Work Place Controls, Labeling
  • Personal Protective Equipment- Gloves , Masks, Eye Protection, Face Shields, Gowns & Aprons
  • Housekeeping, Decontamination Procedures, Inspections, Laundry
  • Hepatitis B (HBV)Vaccination, Post-exposure Evaluation, Follow-up
  • Recordkeeping- Medical Records, Training Records, Transfer of Records
  • Final Exam

Work Zone-Traffic Control Flagging

        The National Safety Council defines Defensive Driving as “driving to save lives, time and money in spite of the conditions around you, and the actions of the others.” The term Defensive Flagging implies a similar safety outlook and emphasizes the vigilant and protective attitude flaggers should have as they protect the lives of motorists and workers. A video presentation of actual job-sites and hands on practice helps students to see the importance of safety & traffic control on the jobsite. The students will receive an acknowledgement of completion & wallet card upon completion of the training.

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Topics Presented:

  • Introduction - Your Public Image
  • Defensive Flagging - Video Presentation
  • Defensive Flagging Survivors Guide
  • Flagger Responsibilities - Public Motorist & Worker Safety
  • Personal Protective Equipment & Clothing- Safety Vests, Reflective Suits, Hardhats & Safety Glasses
  • Traffic Control Equipment - Flagger Stations, Cones, Flags & Paddles
  • Advanced Warning Signs - Sign Requirements, Positioning & Distances
  • Basic Rules of Safety for the Defensive Flagger
  • Traffic Operations - Temporary & One Lane Closures
  • Flagging Traffic at Night
  • Table 6E-1 - Determining the stop sight distance drivers need as a function of the speed.
  • Written Exam
  • We will finish with an open discussion

Hands On:

    Flagger Station Set Up & Flagger Positioning Advanced Warning Signs Positioning The use of Stop / Slow Paddles & Emergency Flags.

Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) Safety Training

        The purpose of this course is to provide workers the knowledge of Hydrogen Sulfide, what it’s made and where it can be found. This course also helps to understand the health impacts & the physiological effects of hydrogen sulfide exposure and the OSHA guidelines & permissible exposure limits. The goal is to equip the students with the knowledge of the guidelines & best practices to identify & work safely in hydrogen sulfide exposure areas. The students will receive an acknowledgement of completion certificate & wallet card upon completion of the safety training.

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Topics Presented:

  • Hydrogen Sulfide - What is it? How is it made? Where is it Found?
  • Training Requirements for Personnel
  • Hydrogen Sulfide - Permissible Exposure Levels
  • Physiological Effects and Chemical Reaction of H2S
  • Occupational Exposure Awareness
  • Health Hazards/ Health Impact
  • Hydrogen Sulfide Safety Program Development
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Respiratory Protection - Self Contained Breathing Apparatus
  • Medical Exam & Recordkeeping
  • Recognize limitations and capabilities of respirators in the workplace
  • Inspection, maintenance, and storage of respirators
  • Confined Space Entry Program
  • Permitting Vs. Non Permit Confined Space Entry
  • Permitting Process
  • Duties and Responsibilities - Entry Supervisor, Attendant, Authorized Entrants, Rescue Personnel.
  • Atmospheric Testing - Oxygen Deficiencies, H2S Exposure, etc.
  • Contingency Plan
  • Emergency Response Procedures
  • Map or Plot of the Facility
  • Designated Emergency Response Personnel & Training
  • Written Exam
  • We will finish with an open discussion

CPR/ First Aid/ AED

        The First Aid/ CPR/ AED course is designed for those individuals who may need to respond to a medical emergency on or off the job. With a combination of real-life examples and actual emergency situations, the student will leave the course confident that they have the skills needed to assist an injured victim during the critical time before medical help arrives. The course is essential for employees designated as first responders. The students will receive a certificate of completion & wallet card upon completion.

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General Guidelines

  • OSHA Guidelines - Updates & Changes (i.e. compressions, pulse check, stomach thrust, etc.)
  • Good Samaritan Law/ Rescuer Duties
  • Personal Protective Equipment (i.e. 1st aid kits, gloves, cpr masks, eye protection, etc.)
  • Victim and Rescuer Safety, Phoning for Help, Finding the Problem
  • Chain of Survival - Early Access, Early CPR, Early AED & Early Advanced Care

Medical Emergencies

  • Breathing/ Choking
  • Bad Allergic Reaction
  • Heart Attack/ Fainting
  • Diabetes/ Strokes
  • Seizures/ Shock

Injury Emergencies

  • Wounds- Bleeding (External/ Internal)
  • Impalement & Amputations
  • Head, Neck and Spine Injury
  • Broken Bones and Sprains
  • Burns and Electrocutions

Environmental Emergencies

  • Animal / Insect Bites (i.e. raccoons, dogs, spiders, snakes, insects)
  • Heat & Cold Related Emergencies
  • Poison Emergencies

CPR

    Breathing / Compressions AED User Training

PEC Basic Orientation Safe Land, Safe Gulf & Core Compliance

In order to work on many of the operating oil companies work sites, contractors are required to complete the Safe Land & Safe Gulf USA orientation for their personnel. This program will assist your company in maintaining compliance. The students will receive an official photo-ID badge indicating they have completed the Safe Land & Safe Gulf USA orientation.

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Module 1:

  • Introduction to Training
  • General Safety
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Written Exam- Module 1

Module 2:

  • Haz.Com: Hazardous Communication
  • Environmental
  • Industrial Hygiene / Occupational Health
  • Specialized Work Procedures
  • Written Exam - Module 2

Module 3:

  • Fire Safety
  • Material Handling
  • First Aid
  • Written Exam- Module 3

Module 4:

  • Process Safety Management
  • Emergency Response Plans
  • Walking Working Surfaces
  • Working at Heights
  • Confined Space
  • Electrical
  • Excavation and Trenching
  • Written Exam- Module 4