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The safety of your employees is paramount. Let UT Arlington’s Public Works Institute provides training designed to meet the Competent Person requirement for OSHA standards in a variety of topic areas. Our instructors are experts in their field and ready to work with your team.

Individuals can enroll themselves into any of our prescheduled courses. Companies with a large number of employees needing training can host a session at their site.

For more information, please call 866-906-9190
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This course is designed to meet the Competent Person training requirement of the OSHA Standard for Excavations. It is intended to provide those who work in or around excavations and might be exposed to excavation hazards with the ability to recognize and minimize such hazards. View the upcoming classes


This course is designed to meet the training requirements of the OSHA Standard for confined space entry for entrants, attendants, and entry-supervisors. It is intended to provide participants who might be exposed to confined space hazards with the ability to recognize and minimize such hazards. View the upcoming classes


This course is designed to meet the Competent Person training requirement of the OSHA Standard for falls. This course is intended to provide those who work at elevation and are exposed to fall hazards with the ability to recognize and minimize such hazards. View the upcoming classes


This course is intended to provide participants with the ability to identify, evaluate, and prevent hazards associated with tree trimming operations and the use of chippers and chainsaws. View the upcoming classes


This course is intended to provide participants who might be exposed to electrical hazards (such as electric shock, electrocution, fires, and explosions) with the ability fo recognize and minimize such hazards. View the upcoming classes


This course is designed to introduce the student to the basic components of an electrical circuit, the potential hazards, and how to recognize and avoid such hazards. This course will introduce various portions of NFPA, Vol. 70E covering electrical hazards and personal protective equipment (PPE). The couse will enhance the knowledge of those individuals who install, maintain, inspect and/or supervise the repairs, tests, diagnostics, and other work on or near electrically energized equipment. View the upcoming classes






This is the primary class for all personnel involved in the design, layout, and maintenance of traffic control devices on public roadways. View the upcoming classes


The safety of the public and your work zone crews is the top priority. Learn how to set up and operate flagging stations that are both safe and effective. This training combines lectures, demonstrations, video presentations, and hands-on skill practice. View the upcoming classes


This course was established to certify individuals to teach “Qualified Flagger” training, as specified by Texas Department of Transportation 2004 Standard Specification Items 7 and 502. After successful completion of this course, including physical demonstrations and teach-backs demonstrating teaching skills, the student will be equipped to train “qualified flaggers” within their own organizations. View the upcoming classes





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