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H2S (Hydrogen Sulfide) Training Course

CATEGORY:
General industry

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

The course is designed for personnel interested in Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) training for companies in the petroleum industry or those with H2S present at their facilities. Special emphasis is placed on ANSI/ASSE Z390.1-2006 and the required topics in 29 CFR 1910.1200, Hazard Communication.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

This course will provide participants with the skills and knowledge to educate employers and employees on the hazards associated with H2S.
Topics covered:

* What is H2S

* Physical and Chemical Properties

* Personal, Protective Equipment

* Detection and Monitoring

* Exposure

* Rescue Techniques

* First Aid

* Safe Work Practices

* Contingency Plans

* Case Studies

Forklift safe operations Training Course

CATEGORY:
General industry

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Learn how to meet OSHA’s Powered Industrial Truck Standard (1910.178)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

Over 95,000 people are injured and millions of dollars are lost each year in forklift incidents. Now you must comply with OSHA’s new training standards, aimed at greatly reducing those injury statistics and related costs.

Topics covered:

* Fork lift design

* Fork lift safety inspections

* Moving with and without a load

* Picking up and stacking a load

* Utilizing scanning techniques

* Special considerations such as trailers, ramps, and elevators

Defensive Driving Training Curse

CATEGORY:
General industry

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course provides both the technical information you will need to DDC 8/6 as well as effective

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of workplace fatalities, accounting for more than 2000 deaths per year. Driver error contributes to almost 60% of motor vehicle collisions. Research shows that learning critical defensive driving techniques can significantly prevent injuries and save lives. This highly-interactive, easy-to-follow "What to Do/What to Say" modular format offers flexibility for your training schedule and makes the teaching experience more enjoyable.

TOPICS COVERED:

* How to properly and effectively use the course materials

* Major DDC concepts and strategies

* Characteristics and traits of an effective DDC instructor

* DDC teaching skills and facilitation methods to increase student involvement and motivation

* Specific learner needs and techniques for managing difficult course participants

* Deliver a practice presentation for candidate instructor peer feedback and instructor trainer evaluation

* Administrative responsibilities

First Aid at Work Training Course

CATEGORY:
General industry

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Course attendees will be qualified to be First Aider in the Workplace courses under the Training license.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

The aims and objectives of the First Aid at Work  course are to equip the attendee with the skills and knowledge required to HSE First Aid courses.

TOPICS COVERED:


GISD - General Industry Safety DIPLOMA

CATEGORY:
General industry

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Course content includes, but is not limited to the techniques for identification, evaluation and control of safety factors causing occupational accidents and ill health, safe work practices, and skills to technically analyzing working conditions and providing technical assistance in integrating safety in the maintenance of materials, equipments and fire protection systems, statistical analysis based on ILO classifications, communication skills, leadership skills, human relations and employability.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

prepare the attendances for as safety Inspectors, Officers, Supervisors, Managers or to promote supplemental training for personnel previously or currently employed in construction industries occupations.

TOPICS COVERED:

* Introduction to Safety management system.

* Benefits of effective Safety management system.

* Elements of effective safety managements system.

* Employees' involvement responsibilities.

* Hazardous prevention plan.

* Engineering control.

* Administration control.

* Personnel Protective Equipments.

* Safe work practices.

* Hazardous control plan.

* Emergency plan procedures

* training and drills

* First Aid on workplace

* safety orientation

* Occupational safety health for general industries.

* Fire Detection & Prevention

* Welding, Cutting & Brazing

* Electrical

* Hazard Communication

* Hand & Portable Tools

* Lockout/ Tagout

* Recordkeeping

* Personal Protective Equipment

* Permit-Required Confined Spaces

* Accident investigation procedures.

* Initial investigation at the accident scene.

* Collecting data

* Analyzing data

* Judgments

* Reporting the results

* Workshop& Case study:


CISD - Construction Industry Safety DIPLOMA

CATEGORY:
Construction

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Prepare the attendances for as safety Inspectors, Officers, Supervisors, Managers or to promote supplemental training for personnel previously or currently employed in construction industries occupations.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

The course content includes, but is not limited to the techniques for identification, evaluation and control of safety factors causing occupational accidents and ill health, safe work practices, and skills to technically analyzing working conditions and providing technical assistance in integrating safety in the maintenance of materials, equipments and fire protection systems, statistical analysis based on ILO classifications, communication skills, leadership skills, human relations and employability.

TOPICS COVERED:

* Introduction to Safety management system.

* Benefits of effective Safety management system.

* Elements of effective safety managements system.

* Employees' involvement responsibilities.

* Hazardous prevention plan.

* Engineering control.

* Administration control.

* Personnel Protective Equipments.

* Safe work practices.

* Hazardous control plan.

* Emergency plan procedures

* training and drills

* First Aid on workplace

* safety orientation

* Occupational safety health for general industries.

* Recordkeeping

* Hazard Communication

* Scaffolds

* Fall Protection

* Welding and Cutting

* Electrical

* Fire Prevention

* Concrete & Masonry

* Lifting and rigging operations.

* Confined Space Entry

* Excavations

* Personal Protective Equipment

* Health Hazards in Construction

* Accident investigation procedures.

* Initial investigation at the accident scene.

* Collecting data

* Analyzing data

* Judgments

* Reporting the results

* Workshop& Case study:

SPDS – PETRO SAFETY DIPLOMA

CATEGORY:
OIL& GAS Industry

DESCRIPTION:

The professional diploma focuses on international standards for Occupational safety for oil & gas well drilling and servicing operations as an API Recommended practices also based on OSHA - Occupational safety and health Administration. Other international standards are involved in SPDS PetroSafety Diploma as NFPA -National fire protection association and IADC – International association of drilling Contractors and OGP- The International Association of Oil & Gas producers, ISO, ANSI.

TOPICS COVERED:

A- Drilling module

* Oil & Gas Drilling and servicing operations from A to Z

* Preparation site Rig up, down, well completion and

* Abandon location).

* - Drilling Rig Components - Illustrated Glossary.

* - Basic of drilling and drilling practices.

* - Basic Well control

B- API_ Recommended Practices for Occupational Safety for oil & gas well drilling and servicing operations. Safety of drilling module

C- OSHA job safety analysis (JSA) for Occupational Safety for oil & gas well drilling and servicing operations.

D- OSHA Occupational safety and health standards which are applicable to workover & drilling rigs module

* Introduction to OSHA and OSHA Act

* Understand employees and employers’ rights and responsibility under OSH Act

* Safety and Health Programs

* Egress fire protection program Safety means of Egress

* Personnel protective Equipments- PPE

* Guidelines for the identification and protection of floor openings

* Hazard communication – HAZCOM Program

* Hazard waste operations and emergency response procedures –HAZWOPER

* Electrical safety standards.

* Requirements for appropriate aisle and passageway maintenance

* Fall Protection

* Excavation, Trenching and Soil Mechanics

* Permit-Required Confined Space Entry

* Welding, Cutting, and Brazing

* Machine Guarding

* Material handling

E- Safety Inspection for Drilling and workover rigs module

* Safety inspection technician.

* Inspection and Rig acceptance procedures for Drilling and workover Rigs.

F- Accident investigation procedures.

* Initial investigation at the accident scene.

* Collecting data

* Analyzing data

* Judgments

* Reporting the results

G- Powered Industrial Trucks module

* Defensive driving as standard Safe Practices for Motor Vehicle Operations, ANSI/ASSE Z15.1,

* Forklift operator safety training.

H- Rigging, lifting operations module

* Rigging and slinging operations.

* Mechanical Lifting operations

I- Basic H2S / first aid module

* Basic H2S training

* Basic First aid training

J- Health Plan for oil & gas drilling locations:

* introduction

* purpose

* references

* organization

* responsibilities

* medical personnel

* health program

K- Workshop& Case study

* Every participated shall perform case study for drilling and/or workover rig .the case should contain rig floor area hazid , mud tanks hazid , generator area hazid, Mud pump area hazid, ……… ………..etc.

30 HOUR IASP CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY SAFETY TRAINING

CATEGORY:

Construction

DESCRIPTION:

An orientation to occupational safety and health for workers covered by OSHA 29 CFR 1926. Construction workers must receive additional training, when required by OSHA standards, on specific hazards of the job. Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive an IASP 30-Hour Construction course

OBJECTIVE:

The IASP 30 Hour Construction Industry safety Training course is a comprehensive safety program designed for anyone involved in the construction industry. Specially devised for safety directors, foremen, and Field supervisors; the program provides complete information

TOPICS COVERED:

* Orientation

* Module 1: Introduction to OSHA and the OSH Act

* Module 2: Recordkeeping

* Module 3A: Basic Safety Orientation

* Module 3B: General Safety and Health Provisions

* Module 4: Health Hazards: Hazard Communication

* Module 5: Health Hazards: Hazardous Materials

* Module 6: Process Safety Management: (PSM)

* Module 7: Personal Protective Equipment

* Module 8: Fire Protection

* Module 9: Materials Handling and Storage

* Module 10: Hand and Power Tools

* Module 11: Welding and Cutting

* Module 12: Electrical Safety

* Module 13: Scaffolds

* Module 14: Cranes and Rigging

* Module 15: Motor Vehicles

* Module 16: Stairways and Ladders

* Module 17: Confined Spaces

* Final Exam

30 HOUR IASP GENERAL INDUSTRY SAFETY TRAINING

CATEGORY:

General industry

DESCRIPTION:

An orientation to occupational safety and health for workers covered by OSHA 29 CFR 1910. Workers must receive additional training, when required by OSHA standards, on specific hazards of the job. Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive an IASP 30-Hour Construction course

OBJECTIVE:

The IASP 30 Hour General Industry safety Training course is a comprehensive safety program designed for anyone involved in the general industry. Specially devised for safety directors, foremen, and Field supervisors; the program provides complete information

TOPICS COVERED:

* Introduction to OSHA and OSH Act

* Understand employees and employers’ rights and responsibility under OSH Act

* Implement the purpose of OSH Act and list out OSHA functions

* Guidelines for the identification and protection of floor openings

* Egress fire protection program Safety means of Egress

* Requirements for appropriate aisle and passageway maintenance

* Personnel protective Equipments- PPE

* Electrical safety standards.

* Hazard communication – HAZCOM Program

* Hazard waste operations and emergency response procedures –HAZWOPER

* Permit-Required Confined Space Entry

* Excavation, Trenching and Soil Mechanics

* Fall Protection

* Safety and Health Programs

* Powered Industrial Vehicles

* Welding, Cutting, and Brazing

* Machine Guarding

* Powered Industrial Vehicles

* Material handling

* Final exam

30 hour IASP oil& gas drilling Safety Training

CATEGORY:

Oil & gas industry

DESCRIPTION:

An orientation to occupational safety and health for workers covered by OSHA 29 CFR 1910 and OSHA 29 CFR 1926, Workers must receive additional training, when required by OSHA standards, on specific hazards of the job. Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive an IASP 30-Hour IASP drilling of oil & gas course

OBJECTIVE:

The IASP 30 Hour oil & gas Industry safety Training course is a comprehensive safety program designed for anyone involved in the drilling of oil & gas industry. Specially devised for safety directors, foremen, and Field supervisors; the program provides complete information

TOPICS COVERED:

* Drilling

* The Site

* Site Preparation Work

* Rigging Up

* Spudding in

* Drilling the surface hole

* Drilling to total depth

* Drill-stem testing

* Logging

* Completing

* Production

* Reservoir Energy

* Illustrated Reference Guide to Equipment and Procedures

* Drilling Operations and Procedures

* Rigging Up

* Rigging Down

* Drilling Ahead

* Tripping Out/In

* Maintenance Activities

* Well Control

* Blowout Prevention Program

* Well Servicing Operations

* Plug and Abandon a Well

OSHA: Cranes and Rigging

CATEGORY:
Construction

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course is intended for workers who want to learn more about cranes, derricks, hoists, elevators, and/or conveyors.

Topics include cranes & derricks, helicopters, base-mounted drum hoists, overhead hoists,

conveyors, and aerial lifts, This course covers the topics included in OSHA 29 CFR 1926.55 Subpart N.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

* Introduce the OSHA regulations which provide the information for this cranes and riggings

* Become familiar with the different types of cranes and hoists

* Cover the procedures for proper inspection and maintenance

* Establish the guidelines for proper equipment testing and load rating capacities

* Outline the proper procedures for crane operators and co-workers

* Outline regulations for load handling and handling equipment

TOPICS COVERED:

* Definition of Competent Person

* Operators

* ·Hazards Associated with Crane Operations

* Accidents

* Types of Cranes

* Load

* Guarding

* Sheaves

* Inspection

OSHA: Electrical Safety

CATEGORY:
Construction

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course provides an overview of basic electrical safety for individuals with little or limited training or familiarity with electrical hazards and is designed for any worker who may use extension cords, electric tools, etc. This course covers the topics included in OSHA 29 CFR 1910.301-399 Subpart S.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

* Establish the conditions covered by OSHA’s 1910 Subpart S Design Safety Standards

* Outline the general requirements for electrical safety standards

* Understand the proper use and identification of circuits and conductors

* Define the standards for electrical grounding and protection

* Establish the general requirements for wiring methods and equipment

* Establish the guidelines and requirements for special purpose equipment

TOPICS COVERED:

* Lesson 1 Introduction to Electrical Safety

* Lesson 2 Wiring Design and Protection

* Lesson 3 Wiring Methods, Components, and Equipment

* Lesson 4 Specific Purpose Equipment

OSHA: Fall Protection

CATEGORY:
Construction

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course gives you a basic understanding about OSHA’s role in prevention and elimination of work-related illnesses and injuries. The OSHA standard identifies areas or activities where fall protection is needed.

It clarifies what an employer must do to provide fall protection for employees, such as identifying and evaluating fall hazards and providing training. Under the standard, employers are able to select fall protection measures compatible with the type of work being performed.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

· Learn about falls in the workplace

· Identify preventative measures to avoid falls

· Understand the duty to have fall protection

· Identify and understand fall protection systems

· Learn how to develop a fall protection plan

· Learn how to inspect fall protection equipment

TOPICS COVERED:

* Falls

* Types of Fall Protection - Active Systems

* Types of Fall Protection - Passive Systems

* Inspection of Equipment

* Fall Protection Safety Systems

* Falling Object Protection

* Training

OSHA: Fire Protection

CATEGORY:
Construction

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course has been designed to deliver firsthand information about fires and fire protection measures. After completing this course, you will be able to identify different types of fires and how safety measures can be taken to avoid a disastrous situation. We will also discuss the different types of fire extinguishers in use and discover how careful planning and precautionary measures can be taken to save lives and property.

This course is intended for the general audience. For more information, please contact your local fire department and consult your fire safety and security maintenance supervisor.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

* Recognize different types of fires and fire extinguishers.

* Understanding fire related injuries and their immediate remedies.

* Comprehend fire protection systems of protection and evacuation during fire.

* Diagnosing evacuation plans and preparing for emergencies.

TOPICS COVERED:

* Fires

* Fire Extinguishers

* Safety and Alarm Devices

* Rescue and Evacuation

* Injuries and First Aid

* Ignition Hazards

* Temporary Buildings

* Open Yard Storage

* Indoor Storage

* Emergency Planning

* Portable Firefighting Equipment

* Fixed Firefighting Equipment

OSHA: Hand and Power Tools

ATEGORY:
Construction

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course gives you a basic understanding about OSHA’s role in prevention and elimination of work-related illnesses and injuries. Hand and power tools are a part of our everyday lives and help us to easily perform tasks that otherwise would be difficult or impossible. However, these simple tools can be hazardous, and have the potential for causing severe injuries when used or maintained improperly. Special attention toward hand and power tool safety is necessary in order to reduce or eliminate these hazards.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

· To understand OSHA standards and rules associated with hand and power tools

· To explore guarding technique or principles that apply to hand and power tools

· To identify the precautions that are essential for safe use

TOPICS COVERED:

* Introduction

* General Requirements

* Hazards of Hand and Power Tools

* Types of tools

* General precautions

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OSHA: Scaffolding

CATEGORY:
Construction

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course attempts to provide a general overview of the safety measures that are required when working on a scaffold. The course begins with an introduction into the various types of scaffolds, and goes onto to outline the OSHA safety requirements and safety measure that can be taken to ensure that employees working on scaffolds are at little risk of injury or death.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

· Identify the various classifications of scaffolds.

· Understand the basic OSHA safety requirements.

· Learn the measures that can be taken to ensure safe working conditions on a scaffold.

TOPICS COVERED:

· What is a Scaffold?

· Types of Scaffolds

· Suspension Scaffolds

· Supported Scaffolds

· Introduction

· How Do You Minimize Risks?

· Guardrails

· Personal Fall Arrest Systems

OSHA: Stairways and Ladders

CATEGORY:
Construction

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course gives you a basic understanding of OSHA standards and its role in the prevention and elimination of work-related injuries and fatalities due to stairways and ladders at workplaces.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

Understand OSHA standards related to stairways and ladders

Find out methods of protection from stairways and ladder hazards

Explore safety guidelines and requirements of stairways and ladders used at construction sites

Study and training and other essential factors associated with stairways and ladders

TOPICS COVERED:

· OSHA Standards

· Stairways

· Stairrails and Handrails

· About Ladders

· Training

Confined Spaces

CATEGORY:
Construction

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course encapsulates the safety regulation of the workers working in permit required confined spaces. It instructs about the hazards that may occur during the work in confined spaces.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

· Have an Introduction to Confined Spaces

· Learn the Characteristics of Confined Spaces

· Learn about the Atmospheric Conditions

· Learn about the Prevention Program

· Understand the Duties of Employers and Employees

· Understand the Rescue & Emergency Services

· Understand the Testing Protocol

TOPICS COVERED:

* Introduction

* Characteristics of Confined Spaces

* Atmospheric Conditions

* Prevention Program

* Duties of Employers and Employees

* Rescue & Emergency Services

Testing Protocol

Occupational Health & Environmental Controls

CATEGORY:
Construction

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course is designed for people working in the construction industry who are exposed to health hazards and chemicals during the course of their work. Topics include definitions, hazard communication standard, asbestos standards, MDA, lead, worker protection programs, process safety management of highly hazardous chemicals, and cadmium. This course focuses on the topics covered in OSHA 29 CFR 1926 Subpart D.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

· What is OSHA hazard communication standard?

· What are the benefits of Hazard communication standard?

· What is the asbestos standard for construction?

· What is the permissible exposure limit?

· How to perform exposure monitoring?

TOPICS COVERED:

* Introduction

* What Are Hazardous Substances?

* Exposure to Hazardous Substances

* Container Labeling

* Material Safety Data Sheet – MSDS

* Asbestos

* MDA - Methylenedianiline

Personal Protective Equipment

CATEGORY:
Construction

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

It is the employers’ responsibility to assess the workplace hazards, and if they are present or are likely to be present, and work practice controls alone are not sufficient, then the employer must provide personal protective equipment to the exposed employees. This course gives you a basic understanding about OSHA’s role in prevention and elimination of work-related casualties and fatalities, which can be protected through proper personal protective equipment (PPE).

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

· Find out engineering and work practice controls to eliminate or reduce hazards before using PPE

· Understand OSHA requirements related to personal protective equipment (PPE)

· Learn how to protect employees from workplace hazards

· Explore various types of personal protective equipment (PPE)

· Study training and other essential factors associated with personal protective equipment (PPE)

TOPICS COVERED:

* Controls

* Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Program

* Training

* Head Protection

* Eye Protection

* Face Protection

* Hearing Protection

* Foot Protection

* Hand Protection

* Body Protection

Process Safety Management

CATEGORY:
Construction

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

The primary concern of process safety management (PSM) of highly hazardous chemicals is to protect exposed employees from unwanted releases of hazardous chemicals. This course gives you a basic understanding of OSHA standards regarding process safety management (PSM) of highly hazardous chemicals.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

· Understand OSHA standards related to process safety management (PSM)

· Find out the role of employers and employees

· Learn about contractors

· Study training, emergency planning, mechanical integrity, and other essential factors associated with process safety management (PSM)

TOPICS COVERED:

· OSHA standards

· About the Process

· About Procedures

· Training

· Contractors

· Mechanical integrity

Cranes, Derricks & Hoists

COURSE NAME:
OSHA 29 CFR 1926 Sbpt N - Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Elevators, and Conveyors

CATEGORY:
Construction

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course is intended for workers who want to learn more about cranes, derricks, hoists, elevators, and/or conveyors. Topics include cranes & derricks, helicopters, base-mounted drum hoists, overhead hoists, conveyors, and aerial lifts, This course covers the topics included in OSHA 29 CFR 1926.55 Subpart N.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

* Introduce the OSHA regulations which provide the information for this cranes and riggings

* Become familiar with the different types of cranes and hoists

* Cover the procedures for proper inspection and maintenance

* Establish the guidelines for proper equipment testing and load rating capacities

* Outline the proper procedures for crane operators and co-workers

* Outline regulations for load handling and handling equipment

TOPICS COVERED:

* Lesson 1 Introduction to Cranes and Riggings

* Lesson 2 Basics of Crane Safety

* Lesson 3 Handling the Load

NFPA 70E

CATEGORY:
General Industry

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
Electrical power is a dangerous force that requires proper understanding in the workplace. This course defines the requirements for work practices that workers should use to avoid injury from a release of electrical energy when performing tasks involving electrical power. The specific information in this course enables the student to prevent or minimize exposure to all widely recognized electrical hazards as well as to better understand the importance of the relationship between OSHA and NFPA 70E.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

· Understanding standards for electrical safety

· Understand the relationship between OSHA and NFPA 70E

· Understand ARC ratings

· Creating safe working conditions

· Understanding electrical shock hazards

· Understand transformers and circuit breakers

· Executing a lockout/tagout

· Understanding hazards of live parts

· General standards on personal protective equipment

TOPICS COVERED:

· Introduction to NFPA 70E

· Safety Related Work Practices

· General Requirements for Electrical Safety Related Work Practices

· Electrical Safety Program

· Transformer Current Ratings

· Energized Electrical Work Permits

· Lockout/ Tagout

· Working On or Near Live Parts

· Alternative Methods of Determining Arc Flash FR Clothing and PPE

General NFPA 70E standards pertaining to Personal and other Protective Equipment

Hazardous Materials

CATEGORY:
General Industry

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Hazardous materials are considered any substance or compound that has a capability of producing adverse effects on the health and safety of humans. Every year thousands of workers get injured or killed because of fatal chemical or other toxic hazards. OSHA and other authorities have provided many rules and regulations in order to prevent hazards and perform safe operations at the workplace.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

· Understand general requirements of handling/working with hazardous materials

· Explore how to store hazardous materials

· Learn about use and disposal of hazardous materials

· Find out what steps are necessary to take at the time of an accident

· Study training, first aid, and other essential factors associated with hazardous materials

TOPICS COVERED:

* Hazardous and Toxic Substances

* Flammable and Combustible Liquids

* Flammable and Combustible Liquid Classifications

* Important Definitions

Industrial Hygiene

CATEGORY:
General Industry

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course attempts to introduce the content of OSHA 1910 Subpart Z, which deals with toxic and hazardous substances.

This course will focus on the aspects of Subpart Z which deal with keeping hazardous chemicals and materials from negatively affecting your health. This includes the use of personal protective equipment, cleaning procedures in the event of exposure to hazardous materials, and the procedures in place for conducting first aid and recording an incident of exposure in the workplace.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

* Understand how the body can be exposed to toxic substances

* Learn the methods by which you can detect a toxic substance

* Be aware of the effect that toxic substances can have on the body

* Know how to reduce exposure to toxic substances

TOPICS COVERED:

* How Can the Body Be Exposed to Toxic Substances?

* Clues of Exposure to Toxic Substances

* Why is the Material Safety Data Sheet Needed?

* The Effects of a Toxic Substance on the Body

* Reaction and Interaction

* Sensitivity

* How to Reduce Exposure

* Exposure Measurement and Monitoring

Hazard Communication

CATEGORY:
General Industry

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

The Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) provides information to workers and employers about various chemical hazards that exist in the workplace, and what protective measures they can take in order to prevent the adverse effects of such hazards.

This course gives you a basic understanding of how to deal with hazardous chemicals and how workers can prevent and protect themselves from fatal chemical hazards.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

* Understand the purpose of Hazard Communication Standards (HCS)

* Learn about labels and MSDSs

* Recognize physical and health hazards associated with hazardous chemicals

* Recognize symbols used to identify hazards

* Explore how to prepare and implement a written hazard communication program

* Study training and its importance

TOPICS COVERED:

* The Hazard Communication Standard

* Hazardous Materials

* Important Definitions

* Labels

* Material Safety Data Sheet

* Symbols

* Hazards

* Controlling Physical and Health Hazards

* Hazard Communication Program

* Training

Welding, Cutting and Brazing for General Industry

CATEGORY:
General Industry

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course is intended for all employees who are required to perform the tasks of welding, cutting or brazing. The course is specifically designed to help workers meet OSHA compliance regarding welding, cutting and brazing.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

* Understand OSHA’s general requirements concerning welding, cutting and brazing

* Identify the general safety requirements for all types of welding

* Understand the general characteristics for various types of welding

* Identify the specific safety requirements for oxygen-fuel gas welding and cutting, arc welding and cutting and resistance welding.

TOPICS COVERED:

* Fire Prevention and Protection

* Personnel Protection

* Health Protection and Ventilation

* Cylinders and Containers

* Manifolding of Cylinders

* Service Piping Systems

* Protection of Service Pipe System

* Arc Welding and Cutting

* Resistance Welding

Lockout/Tagout

CATEGORY:
General Industry

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course is designed to inform employees about the requirements for lockout/tagout during servicing and maintenance of machines or equipment. Also covered are the requirements of the OSHA Lockout/Tagout Standard, procedures for the application of locks and tags, and a discussion of the types of energy these procedures are designed to control.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

· Understand key components of the lockout/tagout standard

· Understand the purpose and elements of an energy control program

· Understand types and responsibilities of people involved with lockout/tagout

· Understand elements that must be included in energy control procedures

· Learn the training and inspection requirements

· Learn steps to safely apply energy shutdown

TOPICS COVERED:

* Lockout

* Tagout

* Conditions for Lockout/Tagout

* Purpose for Lockout/Tagout

* General Requirements for Lockout/Tagout

* Energy Control Application

* Release for Lockout/Tagout

* Energy Control Program

Safety Orientation

Employees may be exposed to many safety and health hazards while on the job. These include chemical hazards, fire hazards, electrical hazards, confined space hazards, etc. This course aims to present an overview of some basic workplace hazards and how employees can protect themselves from them.

OSHA – HAZWOPER

CATEGORY:
General Industry

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

HAZWOPER stands for Hazardous Wastes Operation and Emergency Response. Hazardous wastes are major sources of workers’ injuries and fatalities in workplaces. This course gives you a basic understanding of OSHA standards and its role in the prevention and elimination of workers’ injuries and fatalities due to hazardous wastes present at workplaces.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

* Understand OSHA standards related to HAZWOPER

* Find out methods of protection from hazardous wastes

* Explore safety guidelines and requirements of HAZWOPER

* Develop knowledge about exposure monitoring and medical surveillance

* Learn the significance of the site health and safety program

TOPICS COVERED:

* Written Safety and Health Program

* Site Characterization and Analysis

* Training Program

* Medical Surveillance

* Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

* Sanitation at Temporary Workplaces

* Monitoring

* Handling Drums and Containers

* Decontamination

* Emergency Response Plan

Professional Response to Trauma

Across the United States, many workers experience death and suffering routinely as a part of their jobs. Funeral directors, paramedics, firefighters and other emergency responders are faced with traumatic events while performing their duties. These workers are at an increased risk for of developing traumatic stress. This can also affect their ability to provide emergency response to others who need their help. In this course, we will discuss what traumatic events are, the normal responses to trauma, and how emergency responders can manage their own response to traumatic events.

OHSAS 18001

CATEGORY:
General Industry

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course is based on the recognized assessment specification OHSAS 18000. Taking this course can reduce risk, help you and your company stay in compliance with legal requirements, and improve overall performance.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

· Understand the basics of Occupational Health and Safety Management.

· Understand the benefits of OHSAS 18000.

· Understand the relationship between OHSAS 18001, ISO 14001 and ISO 9001.

Develop knowledge about OHSAS 18001.

ISO 14000

CATEGORY:
General Industry

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course has been designed to provide basic knowledge about the environment, environment management systems (EMS), ISO 14000, the relation between ISO 9000 and 14000, the integration of ISO 14001 and 9001, and the requirements of ISO 14001. The primary purpose of ISO 14000 series is to prevent pollution, protect the environment and improve the environmental performance of all kinds of organizations.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

· Understand the basics of Environmental Management.

· Understand the benefits of ISO 14000

· Understand the relationship between ISO 14000 and ISO 9000.

· Develop knowledge of ISO 14000.

TOPICS COVERED:

* Environment and Environmental Management Environment and Environmental Management

* ISOEnvironment and Environmental Management

* ISO 14001 and Enviromental ManagementEnvironment and Environmental Management

* ISO 14000 vs 9000Environment and Environmental Management

* Environmental PolicyEnvironment and Environmental Management

* PlanningEnvironment and Environmental Management

* Implementation and OperationEnvironment and Environmental Management

* Management Review

Basic Radiation Safety Course

CATEGORY:

Radiation

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This is an introductory level course in the fundamentals of radiation safety intended to meet training requirements for new radiation workers. It is based on the popular 8-hour class presented to several thousand new workers at the Academy's training center and around the country. This course can also be taken in separate modules for annual refresher training.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

Basic Radiation Safety includes a review of common perceptions of radiation and an introduction into radiation, radioactivity, and radiation protection. You will gain a solid, basic working knowledge of the origins of radiation, different types of radiation, radiation interactions and health effects, regulations, radiation instruments, how to conduct surveys, and the actions you can take to protect yourself from unnecessary exposure. The course consists of ten modules. Each module is intended to build upon the previous ones to provide you with the knowledge necessary to use radiation and radioactive material safely.

TOPICS COVERED:

* Radiation Risk Perceptions

* Sources of Radiation

* Atomic Structure and Radioactivity

* Interaction of Radiation with Matter

* Radiation Health Effects

* Radiation Protection Regulations

* Radiation Detection Instruments

* Radiation Safety Surveys

* Radioactive Wastes

* Radiation Safety Programs


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