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OSHA Outreach Training for Construction and General Industry

OSHA Authorized Outreach Trainers conduct 10-Hour and 30-Hour Outreach Training for Construction

Designed to increase hazard recognition for construction workers. The training covers the OSHA-required elements plus additional topics customized to meet the employer’s needs. Upon completion, students will receive OSHA course completion cards.

Trench and Excavation Safety

Trenching and excavating is considered on of the most dangerous construction operations. Learn the requirements of 29 CFR 1926 Subpart P, proper use of protective systems, soil analysis and classification, and the duties of a competent person as defined by OSHA.

Fall Protection

Falls consistently account for the greatest number of fatalities in the construction industry year after year and continue to be a major concern in other industries. These types of accidents often involve a number of factors including unstable working surfaces, misuse of fall protection equipment, and human error. Studies have shown that the use of guardrails, fall arrest systems, safety nets, covers, and travel restriction systems can prevent many deaths and injuries from falls. Students will gain understanding of OSHA’s fall protection regulation 29 CFR 1926 Subpart M, understand fall hazards and fall prevention, employer’s duty to have fall protection, identify when fall protection is required, fall protection systems and their applications, and the duties of the competent person as defined by OSHA.

Stairway & Ladder Safety

Stairways and ladders are a major source of injuries and fatalities among construction workers and working on or around ladders and stairways is hazardous. Learn to recognize hazards related to ladders and stairways and to use proper procedures to minimize these hazards, as well as understand the nature of fall hazards in the work area; the correct procedures for erecting, maintaining, and disassembling the fall protection systems to be used; the proper construction, use, placement, and care in handling of all stairways and ladders; and the maximum intended load-carrying capacities of ladders used.

Electrical Safety

Electricity is accepted as a source of power without much thought to the hazards encountered. OSHA’s electrical standards address the government’s concern that electricity has long been recognized as a serious workplace hazard, exposing employees to such dangers as electric shock, electrocution, fires and explosions. Learn the identification and prevention of electrical hazards, safe work practices around electricity, and understand the requirements for grounding and ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCI).

Worker Right-To-Know / Hazard Communication

OSHA has estimated that more than 32 million workers are exposed to 650,000 hazardous chemical products in more than 3 million American workplaces. This poses a serious problem for exposed workers and their employers. Learn the requirements of the OSHA standard for a written hazard communication program, chemical inventory list, labeling, material data safety sheets (MSDS), and training requirements.

Control of Hazardous Energy (Lock out/Tag out)

Workers performing service or maintenance on machinery and equipment may be exposed to injuries from the unexpected energization, startup of the machinery or equipment, or release of stored energy in the equipment. The employer is required to provide effective training for all employees covered by the lockout/tagout standard and ensure that all employees understand the purpose, function, and restrictions of the energy control program. Learn aspects of an energy control program, elements of the energy control procedure relevant to the employee’s duties or assignment, and the various requirements of the OSHA standards related to lockout/tagout.

ATSSA Flagger Certification

The only approved flagger training for the State of Maryland. Learn to be a safe and effective flagger, receive up-to-date federal and state specifications and standards.

Forklift (Powered Industrial Truck) Operator Training

Learn about lift truck physics, operation, safety and maintenance, refueling and recharging. Training designed to meet new, more specific OSHA training requirements for lift truck operators.

OSHA Injury and Illness Recordkeeping (New Revised Standard)

Understand the requirements under the new rule effective January 1, 2002. Changes in who’s covered, the OSHA Forms, the recording criteria, employee involvement, privacy protections, and computerized and centralized records.

Respiratory Protection

Learn proper selection and use of respirators, proper cleaning, disinfecting and storage, the components of a written respiratory protection program, employee medical evaluation, fit testing and training requirements.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Covers eye and face protection, hearing protection, hand and foot protection, head protection, respiratory protection, and protective clothing. Course is customized to company’s policies for PPE.

Confined Space Awareness & Operations

For years, workers have entered manholes, pipes, tanks, etc. as part of their jobs without thinking about the potential dangers. Still, today, workers or would-be rescuers entering confined spaces are exposed to serious life-threatening risks and some become seriously injured or die. This course is intended to provide information regarding governing regulations, hazard recognition, personal protective equipment (PPE), entry permit program and emergency rescue planning.

First Aid & CPR

Standard First Aid and Adult CPR designed to comply with OSHA requirements for the workplace. National Safety Council certification First Aid = 3 year certification CPR = 2 year certification.

Blood Bourne Pathogen

Designed to comply with OSHA requirements for the workplace. National Safety Council certification.

Accident Investigation

Learn accident prevention, accident investigative procedures, fact-finding and interviewing, problem solving techniques and report preparation. Accident investigations should be conducted with accident prevention in mind – NOT to place blame.

Program Advisory Services

Assess, develop, implement, assist, advise, all within the latest OSHA regulations and the best current industry information

Consulting Services

    • Toolbox Talks (job site safety talks on site-specific topics)
    • Pre-Bid Safety Planning
    • Job Site Safety Assessments
    • Safety and Health Program Development
    • Health and Safety Plan (HASP) Development

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