Abrasive Wheel Machinery Safety Training Program - 2-Hours

​OSHA Regulations

Many of the safety practices used for portable tools apply to stationary power tools. However, stationary tools tend to be larger, more powerful, and more complex. These factors can lead to serious injuries. Some of the safe practices that we use for hand tools, apply to stationary tools. 


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Accident/Incident Investigations Training Program - 2-Hours

OSHA Regulations 

When an accident happens in the workplace, a thorough and complete accident investigation must be conducted in order to prevent similar mishaps in the future, and to comply with legal and policy standards. The supervisors or team leaders are the most likely to be called upon to investigate any accident that occurs in your work area.
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Active Shooter Training Program - 2-4 Hours

This course consists of lectures, scenarios and hands-on training. Students will gain overview knowledge of active shooter incidents in the United States, progression of violence and the contributing factors. During the hands-on portion, students will be presented with physical examples and methods of self-protection, awareness, de-escalation techniques and escape. 

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Aerial Lift Operator Safety Training Program - 4-8 Hours

OSHA Regulations

This program applies to elevating work platforms and vehicle mounted or self-propelled aerial devices which are used to position personnel, along with their tools and necessary materials, to work locations. The goal of this class is to increase the operator’s awareness about the capabilities, limitations, safe operating procedures, engineering principles and Cal/Fed OSHA Regulations regarding elevating work platforms and aerial devices. Hands-on exercises are stressed and evaluations are performed.
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Asbestos Abatement Worker Training Program - 32-Hour Initial Level / 8-Hour Refresher

OSHA Regulations

​This training is required by EPA for a person to work on asbestos response actions in most buildings other than private residences, and by OSHA for Class I work. It covers many topics including safety, laws and regulations, and state-of-the-art procedures. The participant will also be involved in a hands-on segment which will include activities such as donning personal protective equipment, building a decontamination unit, glove-bagging, and proper use of common asbestos abatement equipment and tools.
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Asbestos Awareness Level Training Program - 2-Hours

This course is designed for workers who most likely will never come into direct contact with asbestos. This classroom only training covers what asbestos is, what it looks like, where it can be found, health hazards, legal liabilities and precautions to take once it has been discovered.

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Asbestos Building Inspector Training Program - 24-Hour Initial / 4-Hour Refresher

OSHA Regulations

EPA Regulations require you to inspect a building for asbestos prior to conducting a renovation or a demolition job. Only an AHERA accredited inspector sample/inspect such materials to determine if they are asbestos. The Building Inspector course meets the AHERA training requirement for inspections and is one of the Cal-OSHA requirements for site surveillance technicians and certified consultants (CAC’S).
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Asbestos Class II Craft Worker/Roofer Training Program - 8-Hour Initial / 4-Hour Refresher

OSHA Regulations

This course has been designed for anyone who assesses hazard posed by the presence of asbestos or asbestos-containing roofing materials, such as cements, coatings, mastics, and flashings. This includes removal of built-up roofing in which the roofing felts containing asbestos, removal of asbestos-containing shingles, and asbestos-containing felt underlayment.
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Asbestos Class II Cement Pipe Worker Training Program - 8-Hour Initial / 4-Hour Refresher

OSHA Regulations

Asbestos cement pipe, also commonly referred to as transite pipe, was constructed from cement and asbestos fibers. It was highly resistant to corrosion and was widely used in drainage systems and gas lines. This Asbestos Cement Pipe Worker Refresher course provides the retraining required by OSHA for companies who only repair breaks in A/C Pipe, and is intended for individuals involved in Asbestos related construction work or activities that will impact, disturb, or remove Asbestos Concrete Pipe.
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Asbestos Class III Operations and Maintenance Program - 16-Hour Initial / 4-Hour Refresher

OSHA Regulations

Under federal regulations, this training is mandatory for all maintenance and janitorial personnel. This training includes Asbestos Awareness presentation as well as training in work practices, health considerations and personal protection. Course meets all EPA/AHERA and OSHA requirements.
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Asbestos Contractor/Supervisor Training Program - 40-Hour Initial / 8-Hour Refresher

OSHA Regulations

This EAP Contractor/Supervisor accreditation course is for those who will supervise an asbestos abatement project. Accreditation is mandatory for anyone supervising asbestos removal work where the debris will require more than one waste bag or glove bag. You must take this course in order to obtain Cal-OSHA Consultant Certification. This course is also for workers. 
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Asbestos Management Planner Training Program - 16-Hour Initial / 4-Hour Refresher

OSHA Regulations

Asbestos Management Planners evaluate and interpret survey results; review the Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA) and TITLE II requirements for asbestos inspectors and management planners in Subsection 203(8)(1); summarize field data and laboratory results; compare field inspector’s data sheet, laboratory results and site survey; conduct hazard assessments; and explain potential significant damage to building owners.
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Asbestos Project Designer Training Program - 24-Hour Initial / 4-Hour Refresher

OSHA Regulations

Project designers work with building owners and abatement personnel to ensure that the project can be conducted safely and with minimal risks to building occupants. They prepare the work specifications for asbestos removals, encapsulations, and enclosures. This course is intended to enable persons attending to comply fully with the AHERA requirements for project design training. Material covered encompasses all elements specified for project design course in the AHERA regulations. These include health effects, safety system design specifications, PPE, fiber aerodynamics and control, design of abatement solutions, preparation of drawings, regulatory and liability issues, economic issues, and more.
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Back Injury Prevention Training Program - 2 Hours

OSHA Regulations

The goal of this program is to increase the awareness of the importance of practicing proper lifting techniques on a daily basis. Most back injuries are caused by chronic exposure…that means we need to correct bad habits before they cause injury! This course will explain safe lifting techniques and ways to prevent back strains and injuries. The result will be more awareness of how to lift, sit, stand, and otherwise reduce the potential for back injury and greater use of correct techniques and postures.
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Backhoe/Loader Operator Training Program - 8-16 Hours

OSHA Regulations

This program will review the safety aspects of backhoe/loader equipment. Although many workers have previous experience operating a backhoe/loader, many serious accidents occur every year involving this equipment. These accidents are primarily caused by the lack of emphasis on the safety aspects of the equipment.
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Bloodborne Pathogens MEDIC First Aid Certification Training Program - 2 Hours

OSHA Regulations

In 1992, The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) created regulations to help protect employees from diseases spread by blood in the workplace. This course provides an overview of the regulation and training as required by the rule.
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Bulldozer Operator Safety Awareness and Operations - 8-16 Hours

OSHA Regulations

Bulldozers are designed to push large quantities of material quickly. With their enormous size, they can cause serious injury and even death, if not operated properly. Our Bulldozer Safety Training Program is tailored for operators who have prior experience. It covers safety aspects, preventive maintenance, operating techniques, and proper procedures for using bulldozers in both classroom and hands-on simulations.​_________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 

Compressed Gases/Cylinders Awareness Level Program - 2 Hours

OSHA Regulations

This program is designed to assure that employees handling compressed gases are adequately trained in the inherent hazards of the cylinders and their contents, as well as proper handling, storage, and use according to OSHA requirements.

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Confined Spaces Awareness Level Training Program - 2 Hours

The goal of this course is to train the students to work safely around confined space areas. This awareness class is designed for employees whose job DOES NOT require confined space entry but who are exposed to confined spaces and must be aware of the hazards.

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Confined Space Entry Safety Training Program - 4-8 Hours

OSHA Regulations

The goal of this course is to comprehensively address in detail, in both theory and practical exercises, the vital knowledge necessary to participate in confined space entry operations safely. Student completion meets the training requirements specified under Title 8 CCR Section 5157 for entrant, attendant and entry supervisor.
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Confined Space Entry/Rescue Level Training Program - 8-16 Hours

OSHA Regulations

This course is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to perform rescues from confined spaces and assisted emergency services. The class will familiarize students with the hazards of these spaces and their mitigation prior to entry. Students will learn equipment needed to perform various horizontal and vertical rescues. An overview of possible rescue situations and a systematic approach to a rescue will be covered. Safety will be stressed as a priority. Students will be given opportunities to practice their skills and apply their knowledge to a variety of rescue drills and scenarios.
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Confined Space Train-The-Trainer Program - 8-Hours

OSHA Regulations

This Confined Space Train the Trainer program is designed to teach the participant how to teach and develop their own confined space training program for his/her place of employment.

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CPR/AED Training Program - 3-Hours (AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION)

OSHA  Regulations

The American Heart Association (AHA) Heartsaver CPR/AED Course teaches the basic techniques of adult, child CPR and how to use an AED. Students also learn about using barrier devices in CPR and giving first aid for choking. The course teaches how to recognize the signs of four major emergencies: heart attack, stroke, cardiac arrest and foreign-body airway obstruction.
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CPR/First Aid/AED Training Program - 6 Hours (AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION)

OSHA Regulations

This course consists of Circles of Care Concept, SETUP and Barriers, Initial Assessment, Rescue Breathing, One Rescuer CPR, Airway Obstruction (Choking), Control of Bleeding, Managing Shock, Ongoing Assessment, Warning Signs of Medical Illness, Breathing Difficulty, Chest Pain, Abdominal Pain, Levels of Responsiveness, Mechanism of Injury, Head, Neck and Back, Strains, Sprains and Fractures, Moving Patients. This course emphasizes emergency care skills, which allows the lay person rescuer to function with a consistent set of priorities to identify and manage life-threatening emergencies. Students learn the same priorities of care used by professional emergency care providers.
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CPR/First Aid/AED Overview Training Program - 4 Hours (MEDIC FIRST AID BASICPLUS)

OSHA Regulations

This course consists of Circles of Care Concept, SETUP and Barriers, Initial Assessment, Rescue Breathing, One Rescuer CPR, Airway Obstruction (Choking), Control of Bleeding, Managing Shock, Ongoing Assessment, Warning Signs of Medical Illness, Breathing Difficulty, Chest Pain, Abdominal Pain, Levels of Responsiveness, Mechanism of Injury, Head, Neck and Back, Strains, Sprains and Fractures, Moving Patients. This course emphasizes emergency care skills, which allows the lay person rescuer to function with a consistent set of priorities to identify and manage life-threatening emergencies. Students learn the same priorities of care used by professional emergency care providers.
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CPR/First Aid/AED Hands-On Training Program - 6 Hours (MEDIC FIRST AID BASICPLUS)

OSHA Regulations

This course includes specific training on Automated External Defibrillation (AED) methods and includes a CPR First Aid Course. AED courses are available from MEDIC FIRST AID and American Heart Association featuring specific AED’s and designed for use in specific industries. This course uses video scenarios, in-class instructor demonstrations and hands-on student practice. We are MEDIC FIRST AID and American Heart Association providers.
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CPR/First Aid/AED/BBP Training Program - 8 Hours (MEDIC FIRST AID BASICPLUS)

This course includes specific training on Automated External Defibrillation (AED) methods, CPR First Aid and Bloodborne Pathogens (BBP) training. If you're looking at getting everything done in one shot then this is the course for you! This course is exclusively from MEDIC FIRST AID. This course also uses video scenarios, in-class instructor demonstrations and hands-on student practice.
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​CPR/First Aid/AED Train-The-Trainer Program - 8 Hours (MEDIC FIRST AID BASICPLUS)

​This 8-hour training program is designed to help new Instructors become skilled in presenting the instructional elements found in the MEDIC FIRST AID BASICPLUS Training Program, including Real-Time Demonstrations, Small Group Practices, Talk-through Scenarios, and Performance Evaluations. MEDIC FIRST AID Programs follow ILCOR, AHA, and ASTN recommendations and conforms to 2010 guidelines for CPR and emergency care. Meets OSHA training guidelines and is US Coast Guard approved.
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Crane Operator Certification Training Program - 5-6 Days (NCCCO)

OSHA Regulations

Operators of cranes with a lifting capacity of 2,000+ lbs when used in construction will need to be certified by 2017.

The new rule describes crane operator certification/qualification requirements. Option 1, which is anticipated to be the most commonly used, requires operators to be certified by a nationally accredited crane operator testing organization that tests operators through written and practical testing and providing levels of certification based on equipment capacity and type.

Cranes covered by the rule, when used in construction applications, include: mobile cranes, crawler cranes, tower cranes, boom trucks, articulating boom (knuckleboom) cranes, floating cranes, cranes on barges, and locomotive cranes. Also included are industrial cranes (such as carry decks), pile drivers, service/mechanic trucks with a hoisting device, monorails, pedestal cranes, portal cranes, overhead and gantry cranes, straddle cranes, and variations of such equipment. It also includes multi-purpose machines when configured to hoist and lower (by means of a winch or hook) and horizontally move a suspended load   [§ 1926.1400].

We follow the NCCCO guidelines for this training.
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Crane Operator Qualified Training Program - 8 Hours

This program is designed for cranes that have less than 2,000 lb lifting capacity. This “Qualified” Competency Level Training Program is designed to increase the crane operator's knowledge, skill and proficiency level through classroom and hands-on training. Students can achieve qualified operator status by successfully completing a written exam and hands-on training.


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Defensive Driver Training Program - 2-4 Hours

OSHA Regulations

This class is specifically designed for the auto, van and small truck. The purpose of this training course is to increase the vehicle operator’s awareness of the importance of safe driving principles and practices. Classroom training only. No hands-on driving exercises. Customization of the course content by instructor is required and is necessary to successfully conduct this class to meet the client’s specific needs.
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DOT Hazardous Materials Transportation Awareness Level Training - 4-Hours

OSHA Regulations

The Federal Department of Transportation requires specialized training for employees who handle hazardous materials. The goal of this function specific training is to cover the aspects of safety and handling techniques in order to prevent disastrous accidents at the awareness level. This is not a certification course.
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DOT Hazardous Waste Management Awareness Level Training Program - 4 Hours

​OSHA Regulations

If your facility generates hazardous waste, you must comply with detailed regulatory requirements for waste characterization, container marking and labeling, waste minimization, manifesting, transportation, emergency response, and land disposal certification. EPA and state regulations require annual hazardous waste management training. This program is taught at the awareness level. This is not a certification course.​_________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 

Drug Impairment Recognition Training Program - 2 Hours

​This training program is a vital component to an overall drug-abuse prevention program, on par with a written policy, drug testing, and employee assistance and treatment. Companies that combine drug testing with training programs have experienced a 26% lower “test positive” rate than companies who tested for drugs without a training program.


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Dump Truck Operator Safety Training Program - 8 Hours

OSHA Regulations

The misuse of heavy equipment, like dump trucks, often cause severe injuries and in some cases fatalities. There are sets of rules that govern the navigation of dump trucks and other heavy equipment. It is not just loading and unloading heaps of construction materials—there are steps that must be followed to ensure that everyone within or near the dumping sites are safe. Several accidents and incidents of deaths are reported because of improper unloading of construction materials.
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Electrical Safety Awareness Level Training Program - 2-Hours

OSHA Regulations

Upon completion of this awareness level program, the student will demonstrate knowledge of potential hazards associated with electrical equipment in the workplace and how to minimize or eliminate those hazards. The student will learn how to recognize the dangers of electricity, possible electrical injuries, and how to use standard hazard controls.
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Emergency Preparedness Training Program  - 2-4 Hours

OSHA Regulations

The goal of this course is to address the effects of a natural disaster such as an earthquake, flood, tsunami or fire. The course also discusses possible nuclear/radiological disasters, and biological attacks. Students will learn about essential elements to prepare for disasters. This program will communicate to all employees your facility's Emergency Action Plan (EAP) as well. A facility evacuation drill can be conducted to evaluate your procedures in action. Review of your current Evacuation plan prior to training will be necessary. We include a walk-through and consultation with key personnel.
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Excavator Operator Safety Training Program - 8-Hours

OSHA Regulations

This training program will review the safety aspects of excavator equipment with stress on safety. Students should have experience with operating excavators. At the completion of this course, the student will have increased his/her knowledge regarding the safe operational practices, the hazards, and the capabilities and limitations of the equipment. The hands-on training includes the operator evaluation conducted in a safe workplace; a pre-shift operational inspection; and equipment operation/practical skills test.
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Eye and Face Protection Safety Training Program - 2-Hours

OSHA Regulations

Thousands of people are blinded each year from work-related eye injuries that could have been prevented with the proper selection and use of eye and face protection. Eye injuries alone cost more than $300 million per year in lost production time, medical expenses, and worker compensation. OSHA requires employers to ensure the safety of all employees in the work environment.
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Fall Protection Awareness Level Training Program - 4 Hours

OSHA Regulations

The goal of this course is to inform the students of necessary safe work practices and regulations designed to prevent injuries and death, due to falls while working in elevated surfaces. Equipment review is conducted only. This class does not include hands-on exercises or evaluations.
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Fall Protection Competent Person Level Training Program - 8-16 Hours

OSHA Regulations

This course incorporates lecture and hands-on scenarios applying theory to practical workplace situations. A large portion of the class dives into the inspection, maintenance and cleanliness of equipment, anchorage points, and fall arrest devices. This is a very active hands-on course which will require participants to utilize a wide range of fall protection equipment. Must be conducted on-site using client’s fall arrest equipment.
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Fall Protection Equipment Inspection Training Program - 4-Hours

OSHA Regulations

​This course provides the student with complete knowledge to inspect and oversee the care and maintenance of the company’s fall protection equipment. The focus of the training is on soft-good inspection including harnesses, lanyards and anchorage connectors. Visual (external) inspection of Self Retracting Life Lines, and hardware are also emphasized. 
The course includes a classroom portion, which details the requirements of the inspection and maintenance program and goes into detail with regard to inspection criteria. Further, a hands-on portion allows the students to inspect fall protection equipment at the site under the supervision of the instructor. 
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Fall Protection Tower Climber Training Program - 8-16 Hours

OSHA Regulations

This training program is designed for climbers, safety managers and field supervisors. This is a very active hands-on course, which will require participants to utilize a wide range of fall protection equipment. The course provides training on applications specific to tower fall protection safety, and participants are assigned tasks that require evaluation of fall hazards. Participants will also receive hands on instruction on tower climbing techniques, specialized tower fall protection systems and basic rescue training.
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Fire Prevention and/or Fire Extinguisher Use Training Program - 2-4 Hours

OSHA Regulations

The goal of this course is to increase knowledge of fire hazards and fire prevention methods. Course will also educate students on when to and when not to fight a fire, and how to properly address and extinguish the fire in a safe and expedient manner. Course can include live fire or hands-on target practice without live fire if requested.
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Fire Pump Safety Training Program - 2-Hours

OSHA Regulations

Fire pumps are the heart of a fire suppression system. If the water cannot be delivered, the fire will not be extinguished. It is very important that fire pumps be inspected and testing on regular basis. This training program is for all personnel who conducted regular inspection and testing of fire pumps and related equipment.
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First Aid Safety Training - 3-Hours (American Heart Association)

OSHA Regulations

The American Heart Association (AHA) Heartsaver First Aid Course provides the skills to effectively assess and maintain life from the critical minutes immediately following an emergency until the arrival of emergency medical services personnel. The course also provides corporations with a complete health and safety training solution for First Aid.
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Forklift Operator Safety Training Program - 4-8 Hours

OSHA Regulations

The purpose of this training program is to increase the forklift operator’s awareness about capabilities, limitations, engineering principals and OSHA regulations regarding powered industrial trucks (PIT's). Written exam and hands-on equipment evaluations are included.
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Forklift Operator Train-the-Trainer Program - 8 Hours

OSHA Regulations

The goal of the Instructor Training Program is to train and authorize selected individuals to implement and conduct your in-house Forklift Operator Program. Pre-requisite is prior forklift operator experience.

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Four-Wheel Drive 4x4 Vehicles/Equipment Special Operations Training Program - 8-16 Hours 

OSHA Regulations

This training program consists of lectures and practical applications on an off-road driving course. The lectures include off-road driving techniques, four-wheel drive systems, dynamics of winching, off-road tires and accessories, and vehicle dynamics. The practical application includes winching, performance driving, driving through streams, in sand, hill climbing, and over rough terrain. Each agency is required to furnish one four-wheel drive vehicle for each two students that attend.
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Front-End Loader Operator Safety Training Program - 8-Hours

OSHA Regulations

​This course is designed with the experienced operator in mind. Upon completion of this course the operator will have the basic knowledge to operate a front-end loader safely and to recognize potential hazards that may be encountered at the job site. This course will strengthen and challenge the operator’s ability with emphasis on safety for the operator and others on the jobsite.
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Gas Detector Safety Training Program - 2-Hours

OSHA Regulations

The latest Bureau of Labor Statistics Report states that 65% of all deaths in confined spaces are a result of hazardous atmosphere. To eliminate these deaths any confined space should be check for atmospheric conditions before entry. Most atmospheric conditions can not be detected by our sense of smell, so we must rely on portable gas detectors.
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Golf/Motorized Cart Operator Safety Training Program - 4-Hours

DMV Regulations

The safety course is designed for golf/motorized cart operators in order to keep them up to date on the latest regulatory changes and safe operating practices. Two hours will be spent in the classroom, and two hours will be spent going over the pre-shift inspection procedure and driving carts.

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Grappler Truck Operator Safety Training Program - 8-Hours

OSHA Regulations

Heavy debris and material is usually sorted using heavy equipment (e.g., bulldozers, dump trucks, grapplers) and then is sorted manually. Heavy equipment is used to move large volumes of debris and debris that cannot be handled manually. When operating a grappler truck grappler truck, knowing and taking the proper safety precautions is critical to a safe workplace.

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Hand and Power Tools Safety Training Program - 2-Hours

​OSHA Regulations

Employees who use hand and power tools and who are exposed to the hazards of falling, flying, abrasive and splashing objects, or exposed to harmful dusts, fumes, mists, vapors, or gases must be provided with the particular personal equipment necessary to protect them from the hazard. Employees will be trained in the use of all tools - not just power tools. They should understand the potential hazards as well as the safety precautions to prevent those hazards from occurring.
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Harassment Prevention Training Program - 2 Hours

OSHA Regulations

The goal of this training program is to help define harassment and give insight to new regulatory requirements and how they affect your employees, your managers and your organization as a whole. This training will also help build awareness and reduce workplace claims.
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Hazard Communication Introducing GHS Awareness Level Training Program - 4 Hours

OSHA Regulations

New changes to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) Hazard Communication Standard are bringing the United States into alignment with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS), further improving safety and health protections for America's workers. Building on the success of OSHA's current Hazard Communication Standard, the GHS is expected to prevent injuries and illnesses, save lives and improve trade conditions for chemical manufacturers. The new standard requires that workers be trained by DECEMBER 1, 2013 on the new label elements and safety data sheet format, in addition to the current training requirements.
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Hazard Communication (HAZCOM) / Globally Harmonized System (GHS)
Train-The-Trainer - 8 Hours

OSHA Regulations

​OSHA is requiring that employees are trained on the new label elements (i.e., pictograms, hazard statements, precautionary statements, and signal words) and SDS format by December 1, 2013, while full compliance with the final rule will begin in 2015. The goal of this 8-hour Instructor Training Program is to train and authorize selected employees to implement and conduct your in-house Hazard Communication/Globally Harmonized System Safety Program. This program will provide information about the identification of chemical hazards, chemical labeling, and explanation of the new Safety Data Sheet (SDS) format.
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HAZWOPER Annual Refresher Level Training Program - 8 Hours

OSHA Regulations

The goal of this program is to provide refresher level training for the environmental site worker who has previously undergone the 24 or 40 hour HAZWOPER programs. This refresher level program suffices for First Responder at the Operations and Awareness Level as well.
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HAZWOPER First Responder Awareness (FRA) Level Training Program - 4 Hours

OSHA Regulations

The goal of this course is to provide essential information for individuals who are likely to witness or discover a hazardous substance release and who have been trained to initiate an emergency response sequence by notifying the proper authorities.

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HAZWOPER First Responder Operations (FRO) Level Training Program - 8 Hours

OSHA Regulations

The goal of this program is to provide training for First Responders at the Operations Level who respond to releases or potential releases of hazardous substances for the purpose of stopping the release. Recommended that this course is only conducted on-site at the employer facility in order to properly facilitate response exercises. Company response plan must be reviewed by instructor prior to class.
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HAZWOPER General Site Worker Training Program - 40 Hours

OSHA Regulations

This course is required for site workers regularly on site engaged in hazardous substance removal or other activities which expose or potentially expose workers to hazardous substances and health hazards.

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HAZWOPER Incident Command/On-Scene Manager Training Program - 8 Hours

OSHA Regulations

This course is designed to provide participants with the skills and capabilities required to assume the role of Incident Commander during a hazardous materials event. Special emphasis placed on personnel safety and management of the HAZMAT scene. Any public or private agency which has "scene management" responsibility must have this level of training under OSHA regulations.
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HAZWOPER Occasional Site Worker Training Program - 24 Hours

OSHA Regulations

The goal of this course is to provide essential information to workers who are on an environmental site only occasionally for a specific limited task and who are unlikely to be exposed over published exposure limits.

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HAZWOPER Spill Response Technician Level Training Program - 24 Hours

OSHA Regulations

The goal of this course is to provide essential training to workers required to recognize emergencies involving hazardous materials and respond in a defensive role to contain and clean up a spill. Annual 8hr. refresher level training required.

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Hearing Conservation Awareness Level Training Program - 2 Hours

OSHA Regulations

The goal of this program is to educate employees on the importance of following a Hearing Conservation program and the purpose of Audiometric Testing.

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Heat Stress/Illness Prevention Training Program - 2 Hours

OSHA Regulations

The goal of this program is to educate the student on the causes and the prevention of heat related injuries and illnesses.
The body is designed to cool itself by evaporation of water from the surface of the skin...that’s why we sweat. If anything interferes with this process, such as high humidity or heavy clothing, your body can overheat and cause symptoms such as headaches, nausea and eventually heat stroke.
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Heat Stress/Illness Prevention Train-The-Trainer Program - 4 Hours

OSHA Regulations

The goal of this program is to train and authorize selected individuals to implement and conduct your in-house Heat Illness Prevention program.

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Housekeeping Safety Awareness Level Training Program - 2 Hours

OSHA Regulations

The goal of this program is to increase the awareness of the importance of good housekeeping procedures, and how good housekeeping can dramatically reduce environmentally related accidents and injuries.

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IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations Awareness Level Training - 4 Hours

Dangerous Goods Regulations

With the increasing volumes of Hazardous Materials, Hazardous Wastes being manufactured, generated, packaged and transported daily, combined with the challenge of trying to stay ahead of the often complex and ever-changing regulatory agency standards, it is more important than ever to meet today’s Mandatory Compliance Requirements through proper training.
This training is taught at the awareness level. This is not a certification course.

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Injury & Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) Training - 2-Hours

OSHA Regulations

Injury and Illness Prevention Programs, known by a variety of names, are universal interventions that can substantially reduce the number and severity of workplace injuries and alleviate the associated financial burdens on U.S. workplaces. Many states have requirements or voluntary guidelines for workplace injury and illness prevention programs.

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Injury & Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) Development and Training

OSHA Regulations

We will develop your “Site-Specific” Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP). The program will include all necessary policies and procedures, including forms to assist in accomplishing and documenting safety activities. This program will include industry-specific Codes of Safe Practice (manufacturing, warehouse/distribution, etc.) as per your specific environment. The focus of the program development will be ease of management. Ease of management is critical in ensuring continuance of activities even through changes in personnel. Once we've developed your IIPP we will then train your staff on the program.
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International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Awareness Level Training - 4 Hours

The International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code is intended to provide for the safe transportation of dangerous goods by vessel and to prevent marine pollution. The code contains advice on terminology, emergency response, handling, labeling, markings, packaging, placarding, stowage, and segregation. This program is taught at the awareness level. This is not a certification course.

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Laboratory Safety Awareness Level Training Program - 2 Hours

OSHA Regulations

This program will assist in addressing specific hazards in the laboratory setting. Course highlights the principles of lab safety, reviews the basics of a chemical hygiene plan and includes lecture, video and written review.

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Ladder Safety and Inspection Safety Training Program - 2 Hours

OSHA Regulations

The purpose of this class is to teach the student how to use the proper ladder and how to inspect ladders. This course also gives references to state-specific regulations (if applicable), Fed/OSHA regulations, and ANSI A14.1, A14.2, A14.5 standards.

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Lawn Mower Safety Awareness - 4 Hours

OSHA Regulations

The purpose of this class is to increase safety awareness for the Lawn Mower Operator. We will cover the capabilities, limitations, engineering principals and OSHA Regulations regarding hand and portable powered tools and equipment.

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Lead Awareness Level Training Program - 2-Hours

OSHA Regulations

This basic awareness level “Lead Safety” course will help your workers understand the hazards of lead and teach them safe work practices. Attendees will learn how lead enters the body and how to protect themselves from overexposure.

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Lead-Related Construction (LRC) Worker Initial Level Training Program - 24-Hours

OSHA Regulations

This worker certification program is for workers who conduct lead-related construction activities, on a worksite, under the direction of a supervisor. This CDPH-approved certification program is also for workers who do repainting or general construction on surfaces painted with lead-based paint.
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Lead-Related Construction (LRC) Worker Refresher Level Training Program - 7-Hours

OSHA Regulations

This worker certification program is for workers who conduct lead-related construction activities, on a worksite, under the direction of a supervisor. This CDPH-approved certification program is also for workers who do repainting or general construction on surfaces painted with lead-based paint.
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Lead Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) Training Program - 8-Hours

OSHA Regulations

As a Renovator, Installer, Contractor and/or Property Manager, you play an important role in helping to prevent lead exposure. The EPA has confirmed that ordinary renovation and maintenance activities can create dust that contains lead. Federal law requires that contractors who perform renovation, repairs, and painting jobs in pre-1978 housing and child-occupied facilities must be certified and requires individuals to be trained in the use of lead-safe work practices.
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Lockout/Tagout Awareness Level Training Program - 2 Hours

OSHA Regulations

The purpose of this class is to familiarize employees with the Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) processes and to establish safe working practices. LOTO means that any energy source, whether electrical, hydraulic, mechanical, compressed air, or any other source that might cause unexpected movement, must be disengaged or blocked and electrical sources must be de-energized and locked or positively sealed in the OFF position.
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Machine Guarding Safety Awareness Level Training Program - 2-4 Hours

OSHA Regulations

​The purpose of this program is to teach the student proper procedures for safeguarding to avoid accidents and injuries. This course also covers state-specific regulations (if applicable) and Fed/OSHA regulations.

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Marine Dredging Awareness Level Training Program - 4-Hours

​OSHA Regulations

Our 4-Hour Awareness Level Training Program will cover the regulations behind dredging, the reasons for dredging, project goals, agency roles and responsibilities, types of dredgers, advantages and disadvantages, ancillary equipment, dewatering, project containment, permitting, site investigation, sediment sampling and timeframes.
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Mold Awareness Level Safety Training - 2-Hours

OSHA Regulations

Mold Awareness is intended to address the basic fundamental issues surrounding mold growth in buildings for facilities, maintenance, and property managers; building owners; hospital and school district risk managers; insurers; and construction project managers and superintendents.
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MSHA Miner Safety Training Program - 24-Hour Initial Level / 8-Hour Refresher Level

OSHA Regulations

This program is geared towards Miner’s, Mining Contractors, and Maintenance Workers. The course is designed to assist workers in meeting Mining Safety and Health Administrative (MSHA) Part 48 training requirements for most above-ground mines or above-ground operators at underground mines.
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NFPA 70E and Arc Flash Electrical Safety Training - 4-Hours

OSHA Regulations

All persons who install, maintain or just work near high voltage energized electrical parts require safety training. The NFPA 70E/Arc Flash training class meets or exceeds all OSHA mandated training requirements under 29 CFR 1910.332 for safety related work practices. This training session combines lecture and video presentations that apply to all required elements of the OSHA's Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices (Subpart S) and significant changes to the NFPA 70E.
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Noise Study Evaluation Program - 8-Hours

OSHA Regulations

The first step toward solving any noise problem is to define it. To understand what requirements must be implemented according to OSHA's noise standard 29 CFR 1910.95, it is necessary to determine exposure levels. We can go onsite to your facility and conduct a walk-around survey to screen for noise exposures and to determine if additional monitoring is necessary. When screening for noise exposures, we test for sound level meter measurements and estimates of the duration of exposure.
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OSHA 10 HOUR Outreach Training Program - Construction Industry

The OSHA Outreach Training Program for the Construction Industry provides training for workers and employers on the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards in workplaces in the construction industry. The program also provides information regarding workers' rights, employer responsibilities, and how to file a complaint. This is a voluntary program and does not meet training requirements for any OSHA standards.
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OSHA 10 HOUR Outreach Training Program - General Industry

The OSHA Outreach Training Program for General Industry provides training for workers and employers on the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards in workplaces in general industry. The program also provides information regarding workers' rights, employer responsibilities, and how to file a complaint. This is a voluntary program and does not meet training requirements for any OSHA standards.
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OSHA 30 HOUR Outreach Training Program - Construction Industry

The OSHA Outreach Training Program for the Construction Industry provides training for workers and employers on the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards in workplaces in the construction industry. The program also provides information regarding workers' rights, employer responsibilities, and how to file a complaint. This is a voluntary program and does not meet training requirements for any OSHA standards.
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OSHA 30 HOUR Outreach Training Program - General Industry

The OSHA Outreach Training Program for General Industry provides training for workers and employers on the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards in workplaces in general industry. The program also provides information regarding workers' rights, employer responsibilities, and how to file a complaint. This is a voluntary program and does not meet training requirements for any OSHA standards.
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OSHA Lead in Construction Training Program - 6-Hours

OSHA Regulations

​This program was developed to be a general overview of lead hazards in the construction industry. Students will learn the history of lead; hazards of lead; measures to reduce or eliminate exposures; health effects; summary of state-specific and federal regulations; respiratory protection; and job-specific controls for the employee.
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Overhead Crane, Rigging, and Signal Person Safety Training Program - 8 Hours

OSHA Regulations

This course is designed to teach the student to identify the various types of rigging equipment and safe rigging practices. Upon completion of the class the student will have a basic understanding of the fundamentals of rigging and will be able to identify potential safety problems. Topics covered will be rigging inspection, estimating load weight, determining center of gravity, basic knots, hitch configurations, sling angle factor, and applicable regulations.
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Oxygen Enriched Environment Awareness Training Program - 2 Hours

OSHA Regulations

Oxygen is essential to life. The air we breathe contains approximately 21% oxygen. Without oxygen we would die in a matter of minutes. We can breathe in a 50- 60% oxygen enriched atmosphere for several hours under medical care (Oxygen Therapy). It may be hard to believe but oxygen can be dangerous without knowing the associated hazards due to oxygen enriched environment. Every year several incidents are reported where workers have been injured by fire due to oxygen enriched clothing or atmosphere. Fires in these atmospheres start easily and are very intense, so people suffer very serious burns, which are often fatal.
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Oxygen First Aid for Emergencies Training Program - 2-Hour (MEDIC FIRST AID)

Serious and life-threatening medical emergencies often cause oxygen to be depleted in the body leaving the victim at risk for shock. The MEDIC First Aid Emergency Oxygen program focuses on administering emergency oxygen to breathing and non-breathing persons, emergency oxygen delivery systems, and integrating pulse oximetry.

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Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) Safety Training Program - 2 Hours

OSHA Regulations

This course will review the necessity of using personal protective equipment (PPE) in the workplace. OSHA requires the use of PPE to reduce employees' exposures to hazards when engineering and administrative controls are not feasible or effective in reducing hazard exposures to acceptable levels. Employers are required to determine if PPE should be used to protect their workers.
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Qualified Electrical Worker (QEW) Safety Training Program - 8-Hours

OSHA Regulations

Our Qualified Electrical Worker (QEW) training program helps the employer meet training requirements established in OSHA regulations and NFPA standards. This program assures both the employer and the electrical worker that proper attention and training have been given to the employee concerning potential electric shock, fire, and arc flash hazards.
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Refuse Truck Operator Safety Training Program - 8-Hours

​OSHA Regulations

Residential/Recycle Drivers are responsible for the collection and hand loading of residential waste/recyclables as well as the transporting of waste/recyclables by a front-load or rear-load refuse truck to a transfer station, landfill site, or a materials recycling facility. Our Refuse Truck Operator Training Program consists of classroom lecture, written examination and then concluded with a performance evaluation. Students will demonstrate their ability to safely operate the refuse truck.
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Respirator Fit Testing Only - 2-4 Hours

OSHA Regulations

Respirators that have tight-fitting facepieces are not one-size-fits-all. These facepieces must form a proper seal around the wearer’s face in order to prevent contaminated air from leaking into the facepiece. Therefore, fit testing is required before initial use and at least annually for all employees who are required to wear respirators with a tight-fitting facepiece.
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Respiratory Protection w/ or w/o Respirator Fit Testing - 4 Hours

OSHA Regulations

An estimated 5 million workers are required to wear respirators in 1.3 million workplaces throughout the United States. Respirators protect workers against insufficient oxygen environments, harmful dusts, fogs, smokes, mists, gases, vapors, and sprays. These hazards may cause cancer, lung impairment, diseases, or death. Compliance with the OSHA Respiratory Protection Standard could avert hundreds of deaths and thousands of illnesses annually.
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Respiratory Protection and/or Respirator Fit Testing Train-The-Trainer Program - 4-8 Hours

OSHA Regulations

Many assume the objective of a fit test is face piece sizing. Although this is a very important element of fit testing, the primary reason to fit test an individual is to verify that he or she has been trained to wear a respirator and has, in fact, learned how to put on the face piece correctly. If a person does not know how to use the equipment, the respirator will be less effective, regardless of whether or not it is the right size. This T-T-T program is for any employee that uses a respirator, safety managers, safety trainers, human resource managers, or anyone responsible for respirator training or respirator fit testing is encouraged to attend.
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Scaffolding Competent Person Level Safety Training Program - 8-Hours

OSHA Regulations

This program will assist employers in being able to designate their own competent person(s) at jobsites. We use classroom training followed by a written examination and then concluded with hands-on training exercises. This course does not certify any student as a Competent Person, only the employer can designate that role. This training provides information regarding the OSHA standards and safety guidelines. It does not provide the significant work experience required to be considered a Competent Person.
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Scaffolding Erector Safety Training Program - 8-Hours

OSHA Regulations

This course covers the safe procedures and work practices associated with erecting, dismantling, and usage of free standing supported scaffolding (frame, tube and clamp, and system). This course incorporates classroom training and includes hands-on practice. Scaffold equipment provided by the client. We can provide the scaffold at an additional price.
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Scaffolding Suspended User Safety Training Program - 4-Hours

OSHA Regulations

Suspended scaffolding has a variety of applications. It is used in construction, alteration, routine maintenance and renovation. Suspended scaffolding offers a safer and more comfortable work arrangement compared to leaning over edges, stretching overhead and working from ladders. Accidents involving scaffolding mainly involve people falling, incorrect operating procedures, environmental conditions and falling materials caused by equipment failure. Safe scaffold use begins with formal training and following implemented policy and procedures.
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Scaffolding User Awareness Level Training Program - 2-4-Hours

OSHA Regulations

This awareness level training program is designed to provide scaffold users with knowledge of the applicable OSHA regulations, safety guidelines, and procedures needed to recognize the hazards of frame, rolling tower, tube & clamp, and system scaffolding, and to understand the procedures to control and eliminate those hazards.
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Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) Training w/ or w/o Fit Testing - 4-Hours

OSHA Regulations

The goal of this course is to comprehensively address, in both theory and practical exercises the use of the self-contained breathing apparatus. Fit Testing requires the availability of an Air purifying Respirator with a face piece of identical design to the SCBA Face piece.
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Skid-Steer Loader Operator Safety Training Program - 8-Hours

OSHA Regulations

This Skid-Steer Loader Operator Safety Training Program is designed to instruct and familiarize the student operator in the safe operation of a skid-steer loader. We mix classroom-based instruction with practical hands-on evaluations showing the safe operations of the skid-steer loader.
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Slips, Trips, and Falls (STF) Safety Training Program -  2-Hours

OSHA Regulations

Employee exposure to wet floors or spills and clutter can lead to slips/trips/falls and other possible injuries. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, slips, trips and falls make up the majority of general industry accidents, which account for 15 percent of all accidental deaths per year, the second-leading cause behind motor vehicles; about 25 percent of all reported injury claims per fiscal year; and more than 95 million lost work days per year – about 65 percent of all work days lost.
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Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan Training Program - 4-Hours

SPCC Rule

The Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) rule includes requirements for oil spill prevention, preparedness, and response to prevent oil discharges to navigable waters and adjoining shorelines. The rule requires specific facilities to prepare, amend, and implement SPCC Plans. The SPCC rule is part of the Oil Pollution Prevention regulation, which also includes the Facility Response Plan (FRP) rule.
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Stacker Crane Operator Safety Training Program - 4-Hours

OSHA Regulations

A stacker crane is a crane with a forklift type mechanism used in automated (computer controlled) warehouses (known as an automated storage and retrieval system (AS/RS)). The crane moves on a track in an aisle of the warehouse. The fork can be raised or lowered to any of the levels of a storage rack and can be extended into the rack to store and retrieve product. The product can in some cases be as large as an automobile. Stacker cranes are often used in the large freezer warehouses of frozen food manufacturers. Our program consists of classroom lecture and hands-on practical evaluations.
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Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) Training Program - 4-8 Hours

State Water Resource Control Board Order 2009-0009-DWQ Construction General Permit

​Effective July 1, 2010, the New SWRCB Order 2009-0009-DWQ Construction General Permit was put in effect. This training program meets requirements for training issued by the Statewide General Storm Water Permit Associated with Construction Activities. The training includes classroom instruction, and is concluded with a final written exam.
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Terrorism Awareness Level Safety Training Program - 2-Hours

OSHA Regulations

Completion of this awareness-level training program will prepare employees to successfully recognize, report, and react to potential terrorist incidents. Employees will develop a broader understanding of terrorism. Additionally, employees will gain insight into the importance of protecting private sector resources.
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Traffic Control/Flagger Safety Training Program - 4, 8, & 16-Hours

OSHA Regulations

The purpose of this course is to review the applicable California and Federal requirements for the safe planning, installation and removal of temporary traffic controls for construction and maintenance work zones. This program incorporate street diagram table-top exercises and hands-on training with temporary traffic control devices.
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Tree Worker Safety Training Program - 2-4-Hours

OSHA Regulations

This awareness level program will cover all hazards related to tree trimming such as, but certainly not limited to: General Personal Protective Equipment (PPE); Fall from heights; Use of aerial lifts and other heavy equipment; Work zone safety; contact with down lines and live electrical equipment; Chain saws; Impact from debris and felled trees; Wood chippers; Hand and power tools; Noise; Improper ladder use; Contact with poisonous plants; Discovery of unknown chemicals; and other potential hazards.
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Trenching, Shoring and Excavation Awareness Level Training Program - 4-Hours

OSHA Regulations

The purpose of this training is to provide employees who occasionally work around trenches. This course is intended to provide an introduction to trench safety and the benefits of using trench protective systems.
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Trenching, Shoring and Excavation Competent Person Training Program - 8-16 Hours

OSHA Regulations

The purpose of this training is to provide employees with information about the OSHA Excavation Standard. NOTE: A Competent Person is required on every trenching & excavation jobsite. This class does not certify any attendee as a Competent Person, only the company itself can designate their own employee as a “Competent Person”. This class provides information regarding the OSHA standards and safety guidelines. It does not provide the significant work experience required to be considered a Competent Person.
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Water Distribution Operator State Exam Preparation Training - 8 Hours

CDPH Requirements

Our 8 hour prep training will help prepare students for their CA DHS distribution operator exam. Grade levels D1-D4 are covered. Eight (8) contact hours earned at the completion of the training.
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Water Treatment Operator State Exam Preparation Training - 8 Hours  

CDPH Requirments

Our 8 hour prep training will help prepare students for their CA DHS treatment operator exam. Grade levels T1-T3 are covered. Eight (8) contact hours earned at the completion of the training.
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Welding/Hot Work Safety Training Program - 4-Hours

OSHA Regulations

Employers are required to conduct and document training regardless of whether the welder has previously completed a trade apprentice program. The purpose of this program is to review the Hazards and Safe Work Practices of the welding program.
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Workplace Violence Awareness Level Training Program - 2-Hours

OSHA Regulations

This training program is designed to prepare your employees to effectively handle difficult, angry, hostile and potentially violent individuals. The training is based on threat recognition, personal safety tactics, and verbal skills, which have proven to be effective in defusing violent incidents. Various levels of training are available.
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