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Instructor Led Courses


These are general descriptions. Our first task is to understand your company situation and culture. Courses may be designed to obtain IACET CEUs.

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Accident/Incident Investigation

This program details course objectives including: the definition of an accident, the need for an investigation, the scene of the accident, interviewing the injured as well as witnesses, distinguishing fact from fiction, preparing reports and making recommendations.

Aerial Work Platforms

This course will allow employees to understand the guidelines for proper use of equipment and procedures for the safe operation of all aerial work platforms. Topics will include: safe operating procedures, operator responsibility, inspection requirements, and working around electrical equipment.

Arc Flash

This course covers flash protection boundaries as well as proper PPE selection (including the use of a flash suit). Shock protection boundaries will be explained as they relate to working on live equipment.

Asbestos Awareness

This 2-hour awareness level training course covers asbestos exposure in all work as defined in 1910.12(b), regardless of the type of worksite or location. It includes, but is not limited to, the following where asbestos is present: demolition or salvage of structures, removal or encapsulation of materials, construction, alteration, repair, maintenance, or renovation, installation of products containing asbestos, spill/emergency clean-up, transportation, disposal, storage, containment and housekeeping activities on the site where construction activities are performed.

Bloodborne Pathogens

This program details the methods to employees on how to prevent employee exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens like Hepatitis B while administering first aid resulting from an accident such as a serious laceration resulting from the use of tools.

Crane and Derrick Safety

This presentation is intended to inform employees of pertinent codes and regulations regarding cranes, derricks, elevators and conveyors. The training will discuss the general requirements under this standard on crane, derrick, elevator, conveyer and hoist safety.

Electrical Safety

Participants will learn how to eliminate unsafe conditions involving electrical equipment and tools, including faulty insulation, improper grounding, loose electrical connections, defective parts, ground faults in equipment and unguarded live electrical parts.


Ergonomics is the study of how to improve fit between the physical demands of the workplace and the employees who perform the work. This course will explore the relationship between work style, productivity and health, discussing how a work style initiative will enhance your corporate wellness program.

Fall Protection

This course is designed to inform, educate and explore the different aspects of fall protection and the types of fall systems used in today's environments. Attendees will learn hazard assessment techniques to ensure the right fall protection for the job. Our instructors will review the law, competent person, safe work procedures, site-specific fall protection plans, and fall protection equipment and inspections.

Fire/Egress/Emergency Action Plan (EAP)

This presentation emphasizes hazard identification, avoidance and control of workplace fires. Topics include the use of fire extinguishers, emergency evacuation routes, and means of egress.

Forklift Operator (Power Industrial Trucks)

This course will discuss the equipment and safe operating principals. Classroom presentation in combination with operator evaluations is what you get. Topics include safe operation, equipment breakdown, stability triangle, inspections, and the responsibilities of a professional forklift operator.

Forklift Train-the-Trainer

This course will detail all aspects of forklift training to enable a particular employee in the instruction of safe operation, equipment breakdown, stability triangle, inspections, and the responsibilities of a professional forklift operator.

Hand and Power Tool Safety

This training course describes the elements of hazard recognition when using hand and/or power tools. It details the misuse of these tools as well as employee and employer responsibilities.

Hazard Communication/Global Harmonized System (GHS)

This program details the four stages of OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard: Safety Data Sheets (SDS), Labeling and Marking Systems, Written Plan, and Employee Training. The employee "Right-To-Know" policy is discussed in detail. The purple book and “Right-to-Understand” is also central. Updates for requirements.

Introduction to OSHA

This course will describe what OSHA is, who is covered, what is required, and employee and employer responsibilities. This training goes into detail what to do during an OSHA inspection and what to expect when a compliance officer visits a facility/worksite.

Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)

Job hazard analysis procedures provide a mechanism through which the information needed to anticipate, recognize, identify, and evaluate job hazards can be obtained and called to Management’s attention.  The information thus gained is utilized in the design and implementation of employee safety and environmental protection programs and Corrective Action Plans.

Lead Awareness

Exposure to lead occurs in at least 120 different occupations, including primary and secondary lead smelting, lead storage, battery manufacturing, lead pigment manufacturing and use, shipbuilding and ship repair, auto manufacturing, and printing.  This course focuses on minimizing exposure and how to handle exposure.

Lockout / Tagout

Attendees will learn about the principals of controlling hazardous energy and how to successfully de-energize a machine or piece of equipment. Topics include authorized vs. affected employees, energy sources, lockout equipment, tagging, equipment assessment, and the proper sequence of lockout/tagout before maintenance work can begin.

Machine Safeguarding

This course describes the four main types of machine guards including: fixed, interlocked, adjustable and self-adjusting. This training emphasizes hazard identification, avoidance and control.


This training will cover the proper lockout procedures for hazardous energy as it relates to electrical equipment. Shock protection boundaries will be explained as well as how to select the proper PPE for the task/equipment. Electrolytic cells, battery rooms, and laser safety will be covered.

OSHA 10 Hour Construction Course

"Real World Construction Safety" is presented in a format that gives the participant an understanding of jobsite safety requirements. The agenda includes Fall Protection, Electrical Safety and 8 other construction specific safety topics. Successful completion includes an OSHA 10 Hour Card.

OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Course

This course is designed to give an overview of fundamental OSHA standards and help with company compliance in an industrial setting. The agenda includes the OSHA Act & General Duty and 9 other plant specific safety topics. Successful completion of this course includes an OSHA 10 Hour Card.

OSHA 30 Hour Construction Course

This course is designed for individuals with primary safety responsibilities on construction sites. The agenda expands on the information presented in the 10 Hour Course. Successful completion of this course includes an OSHA 30 Hour Card.

OSHA 30 Hour General Industry Course

This course is designed for safety directors and personnel with primary safety responsibilities within their plant. It dramatically expands on the information presented in the 10 Hour Course. Successful completion includes an OSHA 30 Hour Card.

OSHA Recordkeeping

Make educated decisions about what's recordable...and what's not. Understand Injury vs. Illness and the new way to count lost work days. Determine what is a work related injury. Determine whether the injury require first aid or medical treatment. This is an excellent course for those responsible for OSHA recordkeeping in their company.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

This course details most personal protective equipment used on jobsites and in industrial settings. This program details the importance of using administrative and engineering controls first, and personal protective equipment only as a final means of control, should the work practice or engineering controls be inadequate.

Respiratory Protection & Fit Testing

The Respiratory Protection Program outlines protection procedures so that employees can have a complete understanding of the responsibilities associated with proper respiratory protection procedures. The course will identify proper selection and use of safety equipment, respiratory hazards, record-keeping requirements, fit testing, and information and training.

Rigging & Signal Person

Qualified rigger requirements of subpart CC – Cranes and Derricks in Construction, as specified in 29 CFR 1926.1401, 1926.1404, and 1926.1425. An OSHA "Qualified" person means one who, by possession of a recognized degree, certificate, or professional standing, or who by extensive knowledge, training, and experience, has successfully demonstrated his ability to solve or resolve problems relating to the subject matter, the work, or the project. Third Party Evaluator ensures Signalperson qualification is met.

Safety Program Management

This course assists the supporting auxiliary safety manager in effectively maintaining all aspects of the company safety program.

Scaffolding Awareness and Competent Person

This course outlines safe work practices when working from elevated work platforms. Attendee's will review the fundaments of different types of scaffolding, hazard assessment, fall protection, electrical safety, inspection, and the duties of competent persons.

Slips and Falls

This training course includes: hazard identification, placement of identification/signage, testing of coefficient of friction, and documentation of test results. The course details the methods that should be used to clean and maintain the walking surfaces as well as the frequencies in doing so.

Trenching & Excavation Awareness and Competent Person

Attendee's will learn about the hazards associated with working in and around excavations and trenches and the safe work practices to use on the job. Topics include hazard assessment, underground obstructions, load exposures, hazardous atmospheres, water accumulation, fall protection, inspections, soil stability, protective systems and the duties of a competent person.

Welding and Cutting

This course covers gas and arc cutting and welding, fire prevention, ventilation and protection in welding, cutting and heating, and welding and cutting to preserve coatings.


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