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Two new OSHA standards establish new rules and restrictions to protect construction and general industry workers from exposure to respirable crystalline silica. The implementation dates are rapidly approaching. Will you be in in compliance? Get what you need now!Find out more »
At times, we take the use of personal protective equipment for granted. Many employers don’t realize that you must conduct and DOCUMENT a hazard assessment prior to assigning PPE to associates. Attend this webinar to find out what’s required.Find out more »
Here’s the bottom line: both employers and employees benefit when health and wellness are combined with a safety program. Join our 1-hour webinar and explore what these benefits are and how they can positively impact your business and your employees.Find out more »
Do EPA regulations give you a headache? Have you recently taken on environmental responsibilities or would you like to better understand environmental regulations and how to handle them? We’ve got just the class for you!Find out more »
OSHA does not always give fair warning before they show up at your door. In the last five years, 64% of OSHA inspections in Ohio resulted in citations. If OSHA came knocking today, would you be prepared? During this workshop, a former OSHA compliance officer will prepare you for that surprise visit.Find out more »
Gain exposure to the broad field of industrial hygiene through sampling and workshop sessions, hands-on lab experiences, demo sessions, and problem-solving exercises. This four-day course is not only designed for OEHS professionals new to industrial hygiene or who have newly acquired IH responsibilities, but also serves as an excellent refresher.Find out more »
This Permit-Required Confined Space course will provide you with the knowledge, skills, and experience to work safely in a confined space. We’ll use a combination of classroom instruction and practical hands-on exercises with our indoor permit-required confined space simulator to prepare you for typical confined space hazards. We’ll cover the requirements of OSHA standard 29 CFR 1910.146 and Subpart AA of 29 CFR 1926.Find out more »
Building on IH fundamentals, this intermediate 3-day course provides additional training and knowledge in industrial hygiene chemical monitoring through group exercises and discussion. Attendees work in groups of four and build on their knowledge gained in the Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene course.Find out more »
Do you know how to prevent dangerous arc flash injuries? Arc Flash awareness and its potential hazards, calculating risk, knowing the importance of labeling, and using PPE properly are required practices when working with electricity. Following OSHA and NFPA requirements to develop and implement an effective electrical safety program can save lives!
This training will cover safe work practices as outlined in the National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA) 70E Consensus Standard for Electrical Safety Requirements in the Workplace, 2015 edition.Find out more »
Often, dangerous goods shipped through international air carriers (IATA) are returned because of packaging or documentation error. Let us help you avoid this hassle! We’ll teach you proper documentation and classification when offering and accepting shipments containing dangerous goods by air transport according to International Air Transport Authority standards. Dangerous Goods Regulations. IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations Section 1.5 requires training every 2 years.Find out more »
The Control of Hazardous Energy Standard (29 CFR 1910.147), commonly referred to as Lockout/Tagout, ended up on OSHA’s Top 10 Cited Standards list again last year. Many Lockout/Tagout programs do not include equipment-specific procedures and annual assessments. If you didn’t know these were requirements, then this course is for you! Find out what needs to be included in your program, how to implement it, and what training is required.Find out more »
Do you sign shipping papers or manifests? Are you packaging, labeling or shipping hazardous materials or waste? Do you ship or receive flammable, toxic, or corrosive materials by ground? If so, you must have DOT-trained staff, and this class meets those requirements! 49 CFR 172.704 says that new employees must be trained within 90 days of employment and have a refresher every 3 years. This class includes general awareness, function-specific, safety and security awareness training to meet the standard and get you in compliance.Find out more »
Is your spill response plan up to date? Did you know that certain facilities can self-certify their spill prevention control and countermeasures plan rather than having a professional engineer certify it? It’s DIY for the environmental safety crowd!Find out more »
Fall protection was one of the most frequently cited standards by OSHA in fiscal year 2015 and is one of the leading causes of employee injury. Falls are consistently the leading cause of fatalities on construction sites, accounting for 40% of the 874 construction deaths in 2014. OSHA has just released the revised rule for General Industry Walking-Working Surfaces, which went into effect on January 17, 2017.
This full-day workshop will review the fall protection standards for Construction 29 CFR 1926 Subpart M and fall protection standards for General Industry 1910 Subpart D.Find out more »
If you have an OSHA-defined HAZWOPER Emergency Response, you must comply with HAZWOPER paragraph (q) and all other General Industry (1910) or Construction Industry (1926) standards. This may apply to a Post-Emergency Response Cleanup Operation or to a completely separate Hazardous Waste Site Clean-Up Operation.
This course is designed for response or clean-up workers and meets the training requirements of the annual refresher for 29 CFR 1910.120 (e) and (q). This workshop is a combination of lecture and hands-on exercises to review proper health and safety procedures.Find out more »