Course Schedule - Region VI OSHA Education Center

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40-Hour HAZWOPER

40-Hour HAZWOPER

This course is specifically designed for workers who are involved in clean-up operations, voluntary clean-up operations, emergency response operations, and storage, disposal, or treatment of hazardous substances or uncontrolled hazardous waste sites.

Training Objectives
The Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Standard (HAZWOPER) applies to five distinct groups of employers and their employees. This includes any employees who are exposed or potentially exposed to hazardous substances - including hazardous waste - and who are engaged in one of the following operations:
  • Clean-up Operations involving hazardous substances - that are conducted at uncontrolled hazardous waste sites.
  • Corrective actions involving clean-up operations at sites covered by the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976.
  • Voluntary clean-up operations at sites recognized by federal, state, local, or other governmental body as uncontrolled hazardous waste sites.
  • Operations involving hazardous wastes that are conducted at treatment, storage, and disposal facilities.
  • Emergency response operations for releases of, or substantial threats of releases of, hazardous substances regardless of the location of the hazard.


Accident Investigation Certificate Program

Every year thousands of employees are injured on the job. As a result someone has to investigate. If that someone is you, do you know what to do and what not to do?

This certificate program will walk you, step-by-step, through the whole process. You will conduct investigations for multiple simulated accidents. You will learn how to make solid recommendations based on the facts of the investigation and how to defend your work if ever your investigation is called into question.

Required Courses - 56 Hours:
  • SH 601 - Intermediate Accident Investigation and Photography
    This three-day course provides the participant with accident investigation procedures and analysis techniques beyond the basic level. The goal of the course is to help participants gain the skills necessary to conduct more effective accident investigations at their workplace. This course also includes a full day of instruction on the proper use of digital photography and its role in conducting and documenting the scene of an accident.

  • SH 701- Advanced Accident Investigation
    This 4-day course will teach participants advanced skills in conducting accident investigations that will aid in determining contributing factors that lead to the injury or fatality and how to develop a course of action to prevent future problems. Participants will also learn the importance of conducting a thorough investigation in a consistent manner that will, if necessary, stand up in court. Topics also include calculation of the costs, direct and indirect, associated with an accident. Coursework includes lecture, in-class workshops and case studies, and out-of-class work.

DR 560

DR 560
ICS/NIMS for the Disaster Response Supervisor & Professional

$595/24 Hours

This course is designed for those individuals who may have leadership responsibilities at a natural or man-caused disaster site. The Incident Command System (ICS) and the National Incident Management System (NIMS) are studied in detail with emphasis on their roles and uses during the crisis management and consequence management phases of disaster response work.

Topics covered:

  • History, features and principles, and organizational structure of the Incident Command System (ICS)
  • Introduction and overview of the National Incident Management System (NIMS)
  • The relationship between the ICS and the NIMS
  • Training and resources for personnel who are likely to assume a supervisory position within the ICS
  • Operating efficiently during an incident or event within the Incident Command System (ICS)
  • The intent of NIMS
  • The key concepts and principles underlying NIMS
  • The purpose of the NIMS components including preparedness, communications and information management, resource management, and command and management
  • The purpose of the National Integration Center

Formerly coded as SH 560.

DR 561

DR 561
Disaster & Emergency Management for the Disaster Response Professional

$695/32 Hours

This advanced course develops the participant's capabilities to effectively fill a leadership role in the disaster/emergency operations and management process in order to protect the lives, environment, and property threatened by natural or man-caused disasters. It provides a structure for anticipating and dealing with preparedness, prevention, protection, response, recovery, and mitigation of the hazards found during the crisis and consequence management phases of disaster/emergency response.

Prerequisite: DR 560 ICS/NIMS for the Disaster Response Supervisor & Professional

Formerly coded as SH 561.

Disaster Response Certificate

Disaster Response Technician (DST)

Successful completion of the following four (4) required courses :

Disaster Site Supervisor (DSS)

Successful completion of the following five (5) required courses:

  • OSHA 5600 Disaster Site Worker Train-the-Trainer
  • OSHA 510 OSHA Standards for the Construction Industry
  • OSHA 511 OSHA Standards for General Industry
  • ICS/NIMS for the Disaster Site Supervisor & Professional
  • HAZWOPER Site Supervisor, 29 CFR 1910.120(e)(4)

Disaster Site Professional (DSP)

Successful completion of the following two (2) required certifications and three (3) elective courses:

  • Disaster Site Supervisor Certificate (or completion of all DS Supervisor Certificate course requirements)
  • Disaster & Emergency Management for the Disaster Site Professional (offered only at the UTA OTIEC)

Three (3) Electives from the following courses:

  • OSHA 2015 Hazardous Materials
  • OSHA 2225 Respiratory Protection
  • OSHA 2264 Permit-Required Confined Spaces
  • OSHA 3010 Excavation, Trenching, and Soil Mechanics
  • OSHA 3095 Electrical Standards
  • OSHA 3110 Fall Protection
  • SH 340 Cranes, Derricks and Material Handling
HM 241

HM 241
HAZWOPER General Site Worker 40-Hour

40 Hours | $595

Contract Price: $10,000

This course is designed to fulfill training requirements for hazardous waste cleanup workers listed within Title 29 Code of Federal Regulations 1910.120(e). Topics include: scope, application, and definitions; safety and health programs; site characterization and analysis; site control; training; medical surveillance; engineering controls, work practices, and personal protective equipment; monitoring; site safety and health plans; drums and containers; decontamination; and on-site emergencies.

Refresher training: HM 242 HAZWOPER Annual Refresher

Formerly coded as SH 241.

HM 242

HM 242
HAZWOPER Annual Refresher

$195 | 8 Hours

This course is designed as a refresher course for individuals who have current certification as a HAZWOPER General Site Worker, First Responder Awareness Level or First Responder Operations Level. This training is required within one year of the initial 40-hour course completion and yearly thereafter. Topics include: hazardous materials and the risks associated with them; hazmat recognition and identification; the role of the awareness level individual; site security and control; the Emergency Response Guidebook; additional resource needs; and, communications. In addition, it will also cover personal protective equipment; hazardous material terms; control, containment, and confinement operations; decontamination procedures; incident command system; toxicology; and, pre-event and event specific planning. This course discusses and reviews changes in Federal and State regulations as well as relevant, upcoming legislation. In addition, developments in state-of-the-art practices and technologies, as well as key aspects from the initial training is discussed. This course satisfies the annual refresher training requirements of Title 29 Code of Federal Regulations, Part 1910.120(e & q).

This course is designed as a refresher training course for those individuals who have current certification as a HAZWOPER General Site Worker. This training is required within one year of the initial 40-hour course completion and yearly thereafter. This course discusses and reviews changes in Federal and State regulations as well as relevant, upcoming legislation. In addition, developments in state-of-the-art practices and technologies, as well as key aspects from the initial training are discussed. This course satisfies the annual refresher training requirements of Title 29 Code of Federal Regulations, Part 1910.120(e & q).

Prerequisite: HM 241 HAZWOPER General Site Worker 40-Hour or HM 244 HAZWOPER First Responder Awareness Level or HM 245 HAZWOPER First Responder Operations Level

HM 243

HM 243
HAZWOPER Site Supervisor

$150/8 Hours

This course is designed to fulfill the OSHA regulatory requirements listed within Title 29 Code of Federal Regulations 1910.120(e) for on-site managers and supervisors directly responsible for or who supervise employees engaged in hazardous waste operations. Topics include: corporate safety and health programs; employee training requirements; personal protective equipment programs; spill containment programs; respiratory protection programs; medical surveillance programs; and state-of-the-art practices and procedures.

Prerequisite: HM 241 HAZWOPER General Site Worker 40-Hour

Formerly coded as SH 243.

HM 244

HM 244
HAZWOPER First Responder Awareness Level

$150/8 Hours

This course is designed for individuals who are likely to witness or discover a hazardous substance release. This course provides the required training so these individuals may initiate an emergency response sequence by notifying the proper authorities of the release. Topics covered in the course include: hazardous materials and the risks associated with them; potential outcomes associated with an emergency incident; haz-mat recognition; haz-mat identification; the role of the awareness level individual; site security and control; DOT Emergency Response Guidebook; additional resource needs; and, communications.

Formerly coded as SH 244.

HM 245

HM 245
HAZWOPER First Responder Operations Level

$395/24 Hours

This course designed for individuals who respond to releases or potential releases of hazardous substances as part of the initial response to the site for the purpose of protecting nearby persons, property, or the environment from the effects of the release. This program provides these individuals with the training required to respond in a defensive fashion without actually trying to stop the release and to contain the release from a safe distance, keep it from spreading, and prevent exposures. Topics include: basic hazard and risk assessment techniques; personal protective equipment; hazardous material terms; control, containment, and confinement operations; decontamination procedures; incident command system; toxicology; and, pre-event and event-specific planning.

Refresher training: Annual

Note: Individuals holding current certificates in First Responder Awareness Level training may obtain Operations Level certification by completing the last two days of this course.

Formerly coded as SH 245.

HM 246

HM 246
HAZWOPER First Responder Awareness Level Annual Refresher

$150/8 Hours

This one-day, 8 hour course is designed as a refresher training course for those individuals who have current certification as a HAZWOPER First Responder at the Awareness Level. This training is required within one year of the initial course completion and yearly thereafter. Topics reviewed include: hazardous materials and the risks associated with them; haz-mat recognition and identification; the role of the awareness level individual; site security and control; Emergency Response Guidebook; additional resource needs; and, communications. This course satisfies the annual refresher training requirements of Title 29 Code of Federal Regulations, Part 1910.120(q).

Prerequisite: HM 244 HAZWOPER First Responder Awareness Level

Previously coded as SH 246.

HM 247

HM 247
HAZWOPER First Responder Operations Level Annual Refresher

$150/8 Hours

This course is designed as a refresher training course for those individuals who have current certification as a HAZWOPER First Responder at the Operations Level. This training is required within one year of the initial course completion and yearly thereafter. Topics include: basic hazard and risk assessment techniques; personal protective equipment; hazardous material terms; control, containment, and confinement operations; decontamination procedures; incident command system; toxicology; and, pre-event and event-specific planning. This course satisfies the annual refresher training requirements of Title 29 Code of Federal Regulations, Part 1910.120(q).

Prerequisite: HM 245 HAZWOPER First Responder Operations Level

Previously coded as SH 247.

M 385-1-1 - U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

SH 600 - EM 385-1-1 - U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Safety and Health Requirements Manual and OSHA 510

This course is designed specifically for contractors, military, and government employees who enforce or must comply with United States Army Corps of Engineers safety and health requirements (EM 385-1-1, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Safety & Health Requirements Manual 2008) and OSHA 29 CFR 1926. Attendees will learn the unique procedures established by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers contracts and EM 385-1-1 as well as the corresponding OSHA construction safety requirements. Upon successful completion, students will receive a certificate of completion from The University of Texas Arlington for EM 385-1-1 and an OSHA Certificate for OSHA 510, Construction Safety. Topics include recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards in construction. Specific topics cover preparation of site-specific accident prevention plan (APP), activity hazard analysis development, site personnel training, incident response, and jobsite auditing.

MS 901
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MS 901
Management System Design for EHS


92 Hours | $2,895

Contract Price: $27,000


Description:

The management system course provides the participant the opportunity to design the core elements of a management system for environmental, risk, safety and health programs. The goal of this course is to assist participants in the design and development of a management system through classroom instruction, case studies and student exercise activities. Participants must be available to attend all three sessions, see course details.


Note:

  • Participants must present a government-issued photo ID in order to attend this training.



OSH03

Safety Hazards Related to Mechanized, Over-the-Road and Heavy Construction Equipment

This year, the ABC Central Texas is pleased to offer free training as a result of a Susan B. Harwood Training Grant from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. A core component of ABC Central Texas' mission is to promote safety training and education. This grant will bring training to various cities throughout the State of Texas. The six-hour training session addresses Roller/Compactor Equipment Safety with an emphasis on roll-over incident prevention. The live, classroom presentation uses case studies of previous roll-over incidents along with relevant statistics from the industry to positively address the hazard. The training is available in English and Spanish.

OSH310

SH 310 - Fall Protection in Residential Construction-Compliance Guidance

OSHA's recent announcement of changes to their fall protection rules has significantly changed the methods available to employers performing residential construction activities. Join us to learn what these changes are, what fall protection methods are available to your projects, and when enforcement of these regulations will begin.

December 12, 2011
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM Central Standard Time (CST)
7 Hours
0.70 CEUs
Instructor: Eric Stephan
Fee: $95.00

To register for the webinar please call our office at 866-901-9190.

OSHA #3015
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OSHA #3015
Excavation, Trenching, and Soil Mechanics


22.5 Hours | $595

Contract Price: $7,000


Description:

This course covers the OSHA Excavation Standards and safety and health aspects of excavation and trenching. Course topics include practical soil mechanics and its relationship to the stability of shored and unshored slopes and walls of excavations, introduction of various types of shoring (wood timbers and hydraulic), soil classification, and use of protective systems. Testing methods are demonstrated and students participate in workshops in the use of instruments such as penetrometers, torvane shears and engineering rods.


Note:

  • Participants must present a government-issued photo ID in order to attend this training.



OSHA #7120 - OSHA #7125

Introduction to Combustible Dust Hazards

15 Hours

The focus of this course is to provide private businesses in general industry with an opportunity to enhance their awareness of the hazards posed by combustible dust. This course will help these industry leaders to gain the knowledge and strategies that can help them to assure employee safety while using or producing materials that generate combustible dust. The course will focus on recognizing the hazards and risks associated with combustible dust, as well as developing the controls and strategies that can help them prevent or mitigate combustible dust fires and explosions.

Seminar on Combustible Dust Hazards

$195/7.5 Hours

This course is an overview for combustible dust explosions as a national problem; recognized control and mitigation methods and control of electrical installation hazards for combustible dust areas.

(Please Note: New Course Hours Starting January 1, 2012)

OSHA #7600

OSHA #7600
Disaster Site Worker Course

$395/15 hours

This course is designed for personnel who provide skilled support services (e.g., utilities, demolition, debris removal, heavy equipment operation, governmental personnel other than Fire/Rescue/Law Enforcement, NGOs such as Red Cross and Salvation Army, etc.) or site clean-up services (including hazardous waste cleanup) in response to a disaster (hurricane, earthquake, wildfire, tornado, flood, tsunami, oil spill, terrorism, etc.). The goal of this course is to increase the participant's awareness of the safety and health hazards that may be encountered at a natural or human-caused disaster site. The importance of respiratory protection, other Personal Protective Equipment, and proper decontamination procedures that may be used to mitigate the hazards will be emphasized.

Participants will learn how they will support the use of an Incident Command System through the safe performance of their job responsibilities; develop an awareness of traumatic incident stress and the measures that can reduce this stress; and be trained to perform the following: inspection, care, and maintenance of an air-purifying respirator, donning and doffing an air-purifying respirator, and respirator seal check.

Prerequisites: Completion of the 10- or 30-hour OSHA Construction or General Industry Outreach Training Course, the OSHA #510 Standards for the Construction Industry, or the OSHA #511 Standards for General Industry.

Region VI OSHA Education Center The Region VI OSHA Education Center at The University of Texas at Arlington is the fastest growing new OSHA Education Center in the country. Join us for an upcoming class to discover for yourself the many benefits of top-notch training. We take pride in our instructors who uphold the highest quality standards and we boast a committed staff and management team who work diligently to ensure you have the training and support services you need to protect workers, reduce losses, and realize the profitability of a good safety and health program.

Risk Communication

SH 750 - Risk Communication

This course discusses crisis and emergency risk communication theory and techniques. Participants will learn the fundamentals of effective risk communication and take the required steps toward developing and carrying out an effective risk communication plan. Several strategies are suggested to achieve risk communication objectives such as improving public knowledge about risks and risk management, encouraging risk reduction behavior, understanding public values and concerns, and increasing trust and credibility. Approaches considered will cover aspects of communicating effectively in high-stress, low-trust, emotionally-charged and/or controversial situations and the importance of proper dialogue among individuals, communities, and organizations responsible for and/or affected by environmental and other health hazards.

SH 710
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SH 710
Blueprint Reading


8 Hours | $195

Contract Price: $3,000


Description:

This course provides students with basic instruction on blueprint reading to enable them to understand various types of blueprints, shop prints and schematics used in both the industrial and construction environments. Participants learn to identify and interpret the different standards for symbols and abbreviations found on electrical construction drawings, schematics, and wiring diagrams. Students will also learn fire safety and building code requirements and be able to identify hazards. The training will enable students to provide construction recommendations that will improve overall safety of the facility and the construction process. Click here to register for the online version.


Note:

  • Participants must present a government-issued photo ID in order to attend this training.



SH 800
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SH 800
People Powered Safety: Applying Human Dynamics for Injury Prevention


32 Hours | $995

Contract Price: $11,000


Description:

This spirited, research-based training course will specify practical ways to facilitate the self-motivation needed to achieve and sustain a Total Safety Culture. An injury-free culture requires people to do the right things for safety when working and driving, this requires self-accountability and self-motivation. This is for everyone, it includes the principles and procedures which can be applied beyond safety to build trust and caring to improve the overall quality of conversations, relationships, coaching and risk perceptions in the workplace. This training extends and refines the content in behavior based safety by addressing the person-based factors to improve safety on the job. We focus on thoughts and attitudes that can influence safe behavior, drawing on extensive research to discuss the psychology of safety before focusing on four key skills that promote safety- Acting, Coaching, Thinking, and Seeing. This training will help guide and educate people on social influence, which will improve attitude and behavior, as well as the ABC model of behavior looking at social skills and training for coaching. We also address communication skills, how to communicate effectively, persuading and teaching people to do the safe behavior. We will also examine how to properly collect and analyze behavioral data, how to assess where people are and goal setting, how to set smart goals. This training coursed is both a psychological study and helpful guide for achieving the Total Safety Culture you seek for your organization.


Note:

  • Participants must present a government-issued photo ID in order to attend this training.



SH 900
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SH 900
Leading Measures for Improving Safety Performance


24 Hours | $895

Contract Price: $11,000


Description:

This advanced safety and health course is designed to provide participants with the skill and knowledge, to identify key steps and develop implementation strategies for an organization to effectively apply leading measures for improving safety performance. Participants will gain enhanced skills for measuring and prioritizing organizational risks. The course will also address corporate success measures, reward, and recognition programs, and help participants identify potential pitfalls of performance measurement systems. The use of case studies, job safety analyses, and near-miss (near-hit) reports will be utilized to foster practical application of a leading measure approach to improving safety performance.


Note:

  • Participants must present a government-issued photo ID in order to attend this training.



SH 910
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SH 910
Principles of Auditing


24 Hours | $895

Contract Price: $11,000


Description:

This course is designed to provide participants with the fundamental principles needed to conduct auditing activities related to regulatory compliance, contractual performance, or individual skills and knowledge. Participants will develop auditing skills including planning, procedures, evaluation, and management. The course will specifically address training audits, contractor performance audits, and compliance audits utilizing the Process Safety Management Standard 29 CFR 1910.119.


Note:

  • Participants must present a government-issued photo ID in order to attend this training.



SH 920
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SH 920
Process Safety Management (PSM)


32 Hours | $995

Contract Price: $12,000


Description:

Process Safety Management, or PSM, is an OSHA requirement for companies that utilize Highly Hazardous Chemicals (HHC) in their manufacturing process. The OSHA requirements were developed in response to the Clean Air Act. This course describes the procedures required by OSHA and instructs the student in how to design a full implementation of a PSM program that addresses the hazard issues and is compliant with the OSHA requirements. The course is designed for anyone who is in the management of a PSM facility or whose responsibilities include establishing or auditing the process to ensure compliance.


Note:

  • Participants must present a government-issued photo ID in order to attend this training.



SH 930
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SH 930
Project Management for EHS Professionals


28 Hours | $995

Contract Price: $12,000


Description:

Project Management is both an art and a science. This course introduces EHS professionals to the methodology, tools, and techniques needed to deliver successful projects. Participants will learn the fundamentals of the project management framework consisting of project initiation, planning, execution, control, and closure. Through course exercises and scenarios, participants will build skills in assessing and managing stakeholders, identifying and controlling project scope, developing a Project Plan and other critical project documentation, managing risks, and building the project schedule and budget.


Note:

  • Participants must present a government-issued photo ID in order to attend this training.



SH 940

SafetyCompass™ - Dynamic Safeguarding in the Workplace

$995/32 Hours

Incidents occur in dynamic, constantly changing and often unpredictable environments. Various mechanical and procedural safeguards are used to mitigate the risk of incidents occurring. Such safeguards are necessary and have proven effective; but they are limited by their static nature. These safeguards are usually fixed, non-responsive and slow to adapt, leaving them inherently inadequate to mitigate risks in dynamic work environments. People, on the other hand, are suited to serve as a dynamic safeguard against incidents. When front-line employees see something unsafe in the moment, they are uniquely positioned to stop it and prevent it from resulting in an incident. However, employees often fail to fulfill this role. This training gives participants a thorough understanding of safeguarding issues, presents solutions, case studies and exercises relevant to the ESH field, which will then enable participants to implement solutions within their organizations.

SH 950

ASP Safety Fundamentals Preparation Workshop

$895/24 Hours

This is a three-day review course for those preparing for the Safety Fundamentals Examination, leading to the designation of Associated Safety Professional (ASP). This course is an excellent review for those desiring to determine whether they are ready to attempt the Safety Fundamentals Examination by identifying areas where extra preparation is necessary. You will become familiar with preparation resources available, learn about certification requirements and scoring procedures, and review content material in an informal environment utilizing a "testing" format including an opportunity for discussion.

SH 960

CSP Comprehensive Exam Preparation Workshop

$895/24 Hours

This three-day course is designed to prepare you for the Comprehensive Examination leading to certification as a CSP. Participants have successfully passed the Fundamentals Examination, or were exempt because of another certification acceptable to the BCSP such as CIH, CHP, PE, GSP, etc. The course covers all three areas of the exam. The course consists of lectures, sample problems, and discussions on a variety of subjects to prepare the student for the exam. Pertinent reference materials are also discussed to allow students to focus their studies in specific areas prior to sitting for the exam. In particular, this course will provide an outline for study, review details and current blueprints of the test subjects, provide practice problems, review current study aids and suggested reading material, and identify areas where you need additional study.

Worker Safety CI

Worker Safety Certificate Program
Construction Industry


Required:
OSHA 10-Hour Construction Industry Outreach Card

Electives: (choose 4 courses from list below)

  • OSHA 7115 - Lockout/Tagout
    Students will learn about the role and responsibility of the employer to develop and implement an energy control program, or lock-out/tag-out (LOTO) for the protection of workers.
  • OSHA 7125 - Seminars on Combustible Dust Hazards
    The focus of this course is to provide employees an opportunity to enhance their awareness of the hazards posed by combustible dust.
  • OSHA 7205 - Health Hazard Awareness
    This course provides an introduction to common health hazards that are encountered in the workplace.
  • OSHA 7300 - Introduction to Confined Space
    This course discusses the requirements of OSHA's permit-required confined space standard, 29 CFR 1910.146.
  • OSHA 7400 - Trainer Course in Construction Noise
    The primary objectives of this course are to increase the participant's knowledge and skill in construction noise and provide them with materials and guidance for training their workers.
  • OSHA 7405 - Fall Hazard Awareness
    The focus of this course is to identify, evaluate, and prevent or control fall hazards at constructions sites.
  • OSHA 7410 - Managing Excavation Hazards
    In this course, students will learn about the role and responsibility of the employer to assign a competent person to the excavation site and arm that person with the knowledge to perform the work properly.
  • SH 320 - Electric Arc Flash and NFPA 70-E Awareness Training
    Course will cover personal protective equipment requirements, potential electrical hazards, and the standards that must be met to prevent harmful situations.

Download a printable file of the certificate request form

Worker Safety GI

Worker Safety Certificate Program
General Industry


Required:
OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Outreach Card

Electives: (choose 4 one-day courses from list below)

  • OSHA 7005 - Public Warehousing and Storage
    The course is designed as a training course for warehouse workers. It will focus on hazards that are likely to be encountered in warehouse operations.
  • OSHA 7100 - Introduction to Machinery and Machine Safeguarding
    The main focus of this course is to increase the participant's knowledge and skill in proper machine safeguarding techniques.
  • OSHA7115 - Lockout/Tagout - Controlling Hazardous Energy
    Students will learn about the role and responsibility of the employer to develop and implement an energy control program, or lock-out/tag-out (LOTO) for the protection of workers
  • OSHA 7125 - Seminar on Combustible Dust Hazards
    The focus of this course is to provide employees an opportunity to enhance their awareness of the hazards posed by combustible dust.
  • OSHA 7205 - Health Hazard Awareness
    This course provides an introduction to common health hazards that are encountered in the workplace.
  • OSHA 7210 - Pandemic Influenza Preparedness
    The focus of this course is to provide private businesses within general industry with an opportunity to enhance their awareness and preparation for a pandemic.
  • OSHA 7300 - OSHA's Permit Required Confined Space Standard
    This course discusses the requirements of OSHA's permit-required confined space standard, 29 CFR 1910.146.
  • SH 320 - Electric Arc Flash and NFPA 70-E Awareness Training
    Course will cover personal protective equipment requirements, potential electrical hazards, and the standards that must be met to prevent harmful situations.

Download a printable file of the certificate request form

Worker Safety HI

Worker Safety Certificate Program
Healthcare Industry


Required:
OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Outreach Card

Electives: (choose 4 courses from list below)

  • OSHA 7000 - Ergonomic Guidelines for Nursing Homes
    The focus of this course is to use OSHA's Ergonomics Guidelines for Nursing Homes to develop a process to protect workers in nursing homes. !e course will focus on analyzing and identifying ergonomic problem jobs and practical solutions to address these problems.
  • OSHA 7005 - Public Warehousing and Storage
    The course is designed as a training course for warehouse workers. It will focus on hazards that are likely to be encountered in warehouse operations.
  • OSHA 7115 - Lockout/Tagout
    Students will learn about the role and responsibility of the employer to develop and implement an energy control program, or lock-out/tag-out (LOTO) for the protection of workers.
  • OSHA 7200 - Bloodborne Pathogens
    The purpose of this course is to develop a Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Plan for healthcare facilities using a step-by-step approach.
  • OSHA 7205 - Health Hazard Awareness
    This course provides an introduction to common health hazards that are encountered in the workplace.
  • OSHA 7210 - Pandemic Influenza Preparedness
    The focus of this course is to provide private businesses within general industry with an opportunity to enhance their awareness and preparation for a pandemic.

Download a printable file of the certificate request form

Workplace Violence

Workplace Violence Program


Violence directed at employees is occurring in all work settings across the country in alarming numbers and is a major concern for employers and employees. Part I of the series covers current OSHA guidelines, hazard awareness, and proactive prevention and management strategies. Part II focuses on active participation and individual assessment with feedback. Both series focus on the SAMA (Satori Alternatives to Managing Aggression) training and certification in de-escalation techniques and are an excellent opportunity for anyone from front-line employees to management and security personnel.




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