These classes will be held in-person following CDC guidelines for in-person classes.
Classes are from 8:00am–4:00pm and limited to 20 attendees (maximum).
The cost is $375 each or all 3 for $1,050
Confined Space Entrant/Attendant/SupervisorMay 18, 2021
This confined space entry and operations course is designed to aid the student in better understanding what a confined space is and how to properly identify and work in such spaces. This course studies applicable regulations, typical confined space hazards, control measures, and proper equipment selection, inspection and use. This class includes both classroom and practical, hands-on exercises—including basic rescue techniques.
Employees must be trained when first assigned to duties in and around permit spaces; before there is a change in assigned duties; whenever there is a change in operations that presents a hazard; and whenever the permit-space entry procedures change. Certification of Confined Space Entrant/Attendant training must be available for inspection by employees or their authorized representatives.
Duration/Length: 8 hours
Target Audience: Employees who will be participating in confined space entry work, for both non-permit and permit required
CFR Reference: 29 CFR 1910.146; 29 CFR 1926.1100
Course Format: Classroom Instruction, written test, equipment demonstration, participant entry into the confined space simulator, hands-on participant evaluation.
|• Describe the entry permit||• Understand atmospheric hazards and atmospheric testing procedures|
• Define the system for preparation, issuance, use and cancellation of the entry permit
• Understand the parameters of the electronic gas monitor
|• Understand permit-required confined spaces||• Understand the basic properties of the four main gases encountered in a confined space|
|• Mitigate hazards encountered while working in a confined space||• Understand ventilation techniques|
|• Instruct workers on the proper use of equipment||• Define rescue and emergency procedures|
|• Understand the duties of the attendant, entrant and supervisor|||
Fall Protection Competent Person
May 19, 2021
This 8-hour course is designed for personnel who will be responsible for supervision on jobsites/worksites where fall hazards exist. Earn the OSHA competent person requirements for fall protection, fall hazard identification, how to select the proper protective equipment and importance of preplanning for fall protection.
Duration/Length: 8 hoursTarget Audience: Any individual who will be assigned to a job site where fall hazards exist, and those individuals who need to become familiar with OSHA Standards for competent person in fall protection
CFR Reference: 1926 Subpart M, 1910Subpart D and I
Course Format: Classroom Instruction, written test, equipment demonstration, hands-on participant evaluation, manufacturer demonstration
|• Fall hazards||• Use and application of specialized fall protection systems, including fall protection plans|
|• General Requirements for fall protection||• Inspection and maintenance of fall protection systems with hands-on examination of equipment|
|• Use and application of conventional fall protection systems including positioning and personal fall arrest systems (PFAS)||• Competent person training requirements|
|• Guardrail systems and safety net systems||• Preplanning techniques to eliminate fall exposures|
|• Covers||• Rescue considerations|
NFPA 70E Arc Flash for Qualified Employees
May 20, 2021
This is the course for companies needing to formally train employees on the electrical safety requirements contained in OSHA and NFPA 70E standards. This course provides you with an understanding of the requirements outlined by the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) 70E for electrical safety in the workplace. You will be able to use this knowledge to improve safety for your employees on NFPA 70E safety standards. This course is designed for supervisors, electrical engineers, electricians, electronic equipment assemblers, industrial machine operators, mechanics, maintenance personnel, safety coordinators and management personnel.
Duration/Length: 8 hours
Target Audience: This course is designed for supervisors, electrical engineers, electricians, electronic equipment assemblers, industrial machine operators, mechanics, maintenance personnel, safety coordinators and management personnel
CFR Reference: NFPA 70E, OSHA 1926 Subpart K, OSHA 1910 Subpart S
Prerequisites: None. Electrical experience is beneficial
Course Format: Classroom
|• Introduction, outline, and provision for practice operation||• Safety requirements for special equipment|
|• NFPA 70E introduction and basic concepts||• The installation of safety requirements|
|• The relationship between NFPA 70E and OSHA||• Training requirements|
|• General requirements for electrical safety-related work practices||• NFPA 70E integration with lockout-tagout procedures|
|• How to establish an electrically safe work environment||• Using the NFPA 70 E Task Lists|
|• How to work on or near live parts||• Labeling requirements in NFPA 70E and NEC|
|• Safety-related maintenance requirements|
• Energized work permitting