Safety Training

The safety of your team members, contractors, or anyone who steps onto a job site or facility operated by your company should be a top priority. We are excited to provide flexible and scalable safety training to our clients.

  • A complete audit of the job site or warehouse will be conducted, along with additional research if necessary, to establish a list of training topics that need to be covered for your business to meet OSHA standards and guidelines
  • Training sessions are designed to exceed all local and federal guidelines and regulations
  • A full training lasts about 7 hours and usually consists of slide decks, videos, and other learning resources

Safety Training Courses

Below is a list of current safety training courses we are offering. Contact our team for more information or to schedule a training by completing the form below.

During this course you will be able to recognize hazards associated with ladders and stairways. You will receive the necessary training in effective procedures used to minimize and eliminate these hazards.

This safety training will provide you with an introduction to OSHA and the Focus Four Hazards, as well as knowledge on managing safety and health hazards in construction, PPE, stairways and ladders. You will be allowed to choose from a variety of elective topics, such as: concrete and masonry construction, ergonomics, excavation, fire protection, and prevention, as well as choose from optional topics, which allow for more time on required or elective topics. This course is 30 hours of training over a period of four days.

This training will cover instructions, warnings, controls, and instrumentation for the operation of different types of trucks the operator may be authorized to use. You will have a better understanding of surface conditions, load stability and manipulation, as well as information on other common factors that influence how the vehicle is operated.

Throughout this course you will receive instruction on how to correctly operate a lift, as well as explanations of electrical, fall, falling objects, and lift hazards. Participants will learn the procedures for dealing with these hazards as well as be able to recognize and avoid unsafe conditions in the workplace.
During this course you will be able to recognize hazards associated with ladders and stairways. You will receive the necessary training in effective procedures used to minimize and eliminate these hazards.
Upon completion of this course you will be able to define a confined space, and a permit required confined space by standard definition. Participants will learn the procedures and requirements for obtaining a permit in a confined space, be able to recognize hazards associated with confined spaces, and ways to mitigate those hazards. You will become familiar with the different types of rescue equipment, including how to inspect the equipment, as well as be part of a simulated rescue.
This safety training will provide you with an introduction to OSHA and the Focus Four Hazards, as well as knowledge on managing safety and health hazards in construction, PPE, stairways and ladders. You will be allowed to choose from a variety of elective topics, such as: concrete and masonry construction, ergonomics, excavation, fire protection, and prevention, as well as choose from optional topics, which allow for more time on required or elective topics. This course is 30 hours of training over a period of four days.
Designed to give a brief overview of OSHA, the Focus Four Hazards, PPE, and health hazards in construction, this training allows students to choose from six different electives and three optional courses. This course consists of 10 hours of training over a period of two days.
Introducing participants to OSHA, this course focuses on topics such as: walking and working surfaces (including fall protection), exit routes, emergency action plans, fire prevention plans and protection, PPE and hazard communication. Students can choose from eight different elective topics during this course.
During this training you will be provided with an introduction to OSHA, in addition to a basic understanding of managing safety and health, walking and working surfaces, exit routes, emergency action plans, fire prevention plans, fire protection, and more. This course offers multiple electives that cover numerous topics concerning hazardous materials, machine guarding, industrial hygiene, bloodborne pathogens, welding, cutting, and brazing.
Designed for anyone who wants to be prepared for an emergency situation or needs course credit for their job, this training covers medical, injury, and environmental emergency responses, illness and injury prevention, as well as first aid basics, including CPR and AED use.
This course provides training for workers likely to come into contact with bloodborne pathogens and is constructed to meet OSHA when paired with site-specific instruction.
Participants of this course will be able to identify and describe common health hazards found in the construction industry, as well as recognize employer requirements and apply protection methods using the hierarchy of controls.

This training will raise awareness of the four leading hazards in the construction industry. This training will give participants information to recognize unsafe conditions and acts.

Upon completion of this course you will understand the purpose of lock and tag procedures, and be able to recognize the different types of lock and tag devices. Participants will be able to identify sources of energy hazards and consequences of improper control, procedural steps for lock and tag, as well as the responsibilities of authorized, affected, and other employees during lock and tag procedures.
During this training you will discover the hierarchy of controls as it relates to personal protective equipment, review a PPE hazard assessment, and be able to identify the different types of personal protective equipment utilized in your industry. Participants will be able to understand and explain personal protective equipment training requirements as well as the employer and employee responsibilities regarding personal protective equipment.
Throughout this course you will be able to identify the materials and tasks that create silica hazards and review the health risks associated with respirable crystalline silica. You will gain understanding on working safely with silica, including proper use of equipment, protective clothing, and appropriate hygiene practices.
This training session will provide participants with a basic knowledge of the different types of hand and power tools, as well as the hazards associated with them.
Upon completion of this course participants will be able to recognize the importance of an Emergency Action Plan, as well as describe the components that make up one. You will be able to identify conditions under which evacuations and shelter-in-place may be necessary, in addition to the characteristics of an effective emergency escape route. Participants will understand the elements of a Fire Protection Plan, including the five types of fire extinguishers and the fires they can extinguish. In addition, you will review the requirements for proper maintenance of portable fire extinguishers.
The Driver Safety course will help you pinpoint driving hazards, as well as understand defensive driving techniques and how to use them to prevent accidents and injuries on the road.
Designed to help you understand the employer’s responsibilities under the HCS, including training requirements, this course will give you the ability to identify the components of a Hazard Communication program. You will be able to describe the requirements of Hazard Communication labels, as well as locate pertinent information about chemicals on labels, including other forms of hazard communication in order to ensure ‘right to understanding’ provisions of GHS requirements. During this course you will review the nine GHS pictograms and discuss the 16 sections of safety data sheets.
Participants of this course will be able to explain why proper flagger operations are important as well as list the characteristics of a good flagger. You will be able to understand and use standard references as they pertain to flagger control, as well as gain a working knowledge of proper flagging signals, procedures, and practices for various typical situations.
During this course you will gain a basic understanding of soil mechanics and how to conduct manual/visual tests, in addition to being able to identify hazards that could lead to cave-ins. Participants will be able to explain the requirements of 29 CFR.1926 and discuss the definitions located throughout.
The Earth Moving Equipment Training is designed to help you understand the employer’s responsibilities under the HCS, including training requirements, as well as give you the ability to identify the components of a Hazard Communication program. You will be able to describe the requirements of Hazard Communication labels, as well as locate pertinent information about chemicals on labels, including other forms of hazard communication in order to ensure ‘right to understanding’ provisions of GHS requirements. During this course you will review the nine GHS pictograms and discuss the 16 sections of safety data sheets.
Upon completion of this course you will understand the correct procedures for dealing with electrical hazards as well as erecting, maintaining, and disassembling the fall and falling object protection systems being used. Participants will gain an understanding of the proper use of the scaffold, handling of materials on the scaffold, and the maximum intended load and load-carrying capacities of the scaffolds being used.
This course will give you a greater knowledge of why respirators are necessary and how improper fit, usage, or maintenance can compromise the protective effect of the respirator. You will come to recognize the limitations and capabilities of the respirator, as well as the procedures for maintenance and storage of the respirator. Participants will receive training on how to inspect, put on, remove, use, and check the seals of the respirator, as well as how to use the respirator effectively in emergency situations, including situations in which the respirator malfunctions. In addition, you will be able to recognize medical signs and symptoms that may limit or prevent the effective use of respirators.

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