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Private Training

Our team of professional trainers regularly teaches private compliance courses and safety, environmental and industrial hygiene workshops. If you have a need, we’ll create custom content to make sure your employees receive exactly what you asked for and more. All courses are developed using the recommendations of ANSI Z490.1-2009 “Criteria for Accepted Practices in Safety, Health and Environmental Training.”

Private training offered at our office or yours! Topics include:

Bloodborne Pathogens
We teach workshops and refreshers for those who have the potential to be exposed to bloodborne pathogens. Our training satisfies the training standard for OSHA’s bloodborne pathogen regulation. (There’s an annual training requirement for employees with regular exposure to blood or other potentially infection materials.) We’ll cover methods for recognizing tasks with potential exposure, preventing exposure, work practices and personal protective equipment, transmission of and symptoms of bloodborne diseases and post exposure protocol.
Confined Space
We make confined space training fun! Participants will learn the hazards associated with confined space entry, atmospheric monitoring, confined space permitting and emergency planning. And best of all, they’ll have the opportunity to participate in a live rescue in our confined space simulator. Our training meets OSHA standard 29 CFR 1910.146 and is designed for employees who will serve as entrants, attendants, entry supervisors and non-entry rescue personnel.
DOT Requirements for Shipping Hazardous Materials
If your company ships or receives hazardous materials or waste, this class will get your team compliant. We’ll explain hazardous materials handlers rules as detailed in Department of Transportation 49 CFR Part 172 Subpart H and cover specific situations that workers in your facility face. Our training includes hands on exercises to keep the group engaged and ready to comply. (Required in the first 90 days of employment and every three years.)
Fall Protection
Fall protection violations are at the top of OSHA’s most cited list each year. Our fall protection classes cover how to identify and select appropriate fall protection, install fall protection equipment, guarding lines requirements, recognizing site hazards and more.

Additionally, we offer fall protection/walking-working surfaces training for those in general industry. These courses cover the administrative changes in 29 CFR 1910 Subpart D, defined distances from a leading edge, selecting fall protection and restraints, etc.

Hazard Communication
We’ll train your team to meet the annual hazard communication training requirements in 29 CFR 1910.1200. Our experienced trainers will walk you through the hazards associated with chemicals in your workplace, have some fun with HazCom pictograms and teach employees how to protect themselves by reading Safety Data Sheets (SDS). Plus, we’ll discuss how to pick the right PPE and go over safe work practices, including understanding operations in specific work areas where there are hazardous chemicals.
Hazardous Waste Management (RCRA)
CHMMLarge and small hazardous waste generators will benefit from our training. Safex’s experienced instructors will cover topics like how to avoid costly fines, waste minimization techniques, how to conduct an on-site inspection and more. Our training meets the requirements of Chapter 3745 of the Ohio Administrative Code.
Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER)
hazwoperWhether you are the HAZWOP (Hazardous Waste Operations) or the ER (Emergency Response), we’ll develop the course to meet your needs. Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response training is one of our specialties. We offer:

  • 40-hour training
  • 24-hour training
  • 8-hour refresher training
  • Incident commander training

This customized training class meets OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 training requirements.

Incident Investigation and Root Cause
Learn the best practices of incident investigation and root cause analysis from Safex. Companies who regularly conduct them may benefit from reduced injuries from repeat cases, reduced worker compensation costs and improved safety procedures and programs.
International Air Transport Authority Shipping (IATA)
iataAvoid the hassles of returned international dangerous goods shipments with our IATA training. We’ll teach your team proper documentation and classification for offering and accepting shipments. Safex training meets the IATA Function Specific Training and Testing Requirements in Accordance with Section 1.5 of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations.
Lead and Asbestos Awareness
Asbestos and lead can be serious occupational health hazards if not handled properly. That’s why OSHA requires awareness training if lead or asbestos affect your work site.

Ensure your workers know how to safety work around asbestos and lead with our private training. We’ll explain their health effects, train staff on the locations of lead and asbestos-containing materials (ACM) and presumed ACM (PACM) at work sites, how to recognize ACM and PACM damage and deterioration, housekeeping procedures and proper response tactics if suspect materials are encountered.

Because it’s a fully customized course, we can cover lead or asbestos or both.

OSHA 10 and 30-hour for General Industry
Strengthen your safety program with our OSHA-authorized course for general industry. The OSHA 10-hour course is designed for front line workers, new hires, human resource specialists and facility managers. The OSHA 30-hour is the perfect learning opportunity for managers and supervisors. Topics include electrical safety, HAZCOM, lockout/tagout, machine guarding, bloodborne pathogens, recordkeeping and more. Participants will receive OSHA cards after the course is completed.
OSHA 10 and 30-hour for Construction
Construction is a high hazard industry. Keep your employees safe and on the job by providing this training. The OSHA 10-hour course is designed for construction workers and site inspectors. The OSHA 30-hour is the perfect learning opportunity for supervisors and foremen. Topics include fall protection, electrocution, struck by, caught in, PPE, ladders, tool inspection and more. Participants will receive OSHA cards after the course is completed.

Most general contractors now require their sub-contractors to have OSHA 10 or 30 hour cards to be onsite.

OSHA Inspections
If OSHA came knocking, would you be prepared? Let our former OSHA inspector get you ready. We’ll cover best practices for building rapport with inspectors, how to identify and correct common OSHA-cited hazards, how to respond to citations and finalize a response plan. Plus, we’ll put your knowledge to the test by conducting a mock audit with your staff. With this class under your belt, you’ll smile next time OSHA arrives.
Personal Protective Equipment
Let’s have some fun talking about the gear that protects us. Through hands on demonstrations, group work and lecture, we’ll teach your team how to identify hazards related to specific tasks, select the appropriate fall protection method, install/don and inspect fall arrest equipment and other critical topics to keep workers safe. We’ve even been known to throw in some contests!
Principle Applications of Industrial Hygiene
Looking for hands-on training that covers many topics in the world of industrial hygiene? This is just the class for you.

It’s also a great learning opportunity for team members who have newly acquired industrial hygiene responsibilities.

The Art of Industrial Hygiene
Once you’ve conquered Principles Applications of Industrial Hygiene, it’s time to advance to The Art of Industrial Hygiene. This intermediate three-day course provides more extensive training including aspects of industrial hygiene chemical monitoring through group exercises and discussion.
Safety Leadership
Our safety champions leadership training helps businesses integrate safety at every level to increase the bottom line. This course is best taught in four, 2-hour sessions. Topics include: becoming a safety leader, incident/root cause investigations, hazard recognition and implementing effective safety committees.

“The class was very well conducted using pertinent material with associate interaction. We received excellent feedback about the class handouts and the Safex instructor.”

Terry C.

Production Manager, Adhesives Manufacturer

Let us know what training you're interested in.