Dates: April 2-5, 2019
Meets: Tu, W, Th and F from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Location: AGC - New Mexico - Building Branch Conference Room
Seating is Limited. Call 817-272-2581 to register
30 Hours | $595
Contract Price: $8,000
This course covers the OSHA standards for general industry found in the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 1910 along with other relevant policies, procedures, and safety and health principles for general industry. Special emphasis is placed on those areas that are the most hazardous and most frequently cited by OSHA.
|Course Fee (Basic)||Full Fee||$ 595.00|
AGC - New Mexico - Building Branch Conference RoomAssociated Contractors of New Mexico - Building Branch 1615 University Blvd NE # 2 Albuquerque, NM 87102
Dan ConnorsDan has had a long career as a mariner, serving with the US Coast Guard, US Merchant Marine, and retired from the Navy Reserve as a Chief Warrant Officer 5 (Ship's Bos'n) fall of 2017. Throughout his Military Career of 38 years (and other jobs he has held), many his daily management activities were focused on safety for his crew. He was involved in training for the many types of material handling equipment in ports and shipboard cranes his crews used, cargo handling, shipboard safety, and regular maintenance. He actively sought out times to improve processes and added safety training to all job tasks. After his deployment with the US Navy in 2009, he embarked on an Industrial Safety Master Degree through University of Texas at Tyler. After completing his degree he added OSHA certifications as a Certified Safety & Health Officer - General Industry, Specialist in Safety & Health for Maritime & Construction. He has been teaching for UT Arlington OSHA Ed Center since 2015 in General Industry & Maritime topics. He continues teaching (1998 to present) as the lead Maritime Safety Instructor for Mercy Ships. As the founder of Crossed Anchor Safety, he has developed training courses in a number of areas, taught in a number of East Texas Companies and at Kilgore College. He is able to assess and target areas of improvement in your Company Safety Programs which will ultimately improve your injury rate and production processes.