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Emergency Safety Officer Course

This course will familiarize personnel serving as Safety Officers, Assistant Safety Officers, and in other safety-relevant Incident Command System (ICS) roles with physical and psychosocial hazards and stressors that may impact the health and safety of workers and responders at a disaster site. Students will apply their knowledge of safety and incident command in a disaster scenario, and will employ ICS methodology to review and/or develop safety and medical plans, safety messages and a safety analysis of an Incident Action Plans using relevant ICS forms (Form 206 Safety Medical Plans, Form 208 Safety Message, a site safety plan, and Form 215A Incident Action Plan Safety Analysis, respectively).


Supervisory Safety & Health Duties

This three-day course will cover the general safety and health requirements in 29 CFR 1910 from the standpoint of supervising, training, administering, and organizing safety and health programs. It will also include regulatory requirements and specific applications for written program requirements, documentation, discipline, hazard evaluation, and control and compliance.

OSHA 500: Trainer Course in Occupational Safety and Health Standards for the Construction Industry

Students who successfully complete this course will be authorized to conduct the 10- and 30-hour voluntary compliance courses in construction safety and health outreach programs. This is a trainer course so enrollees are required to present an assigned subpart in class.

Prerequisites: Five years of construction safety experience and OSHA 510 within the past 7 years.

OSHA 501: Trainer Course in Occupational Safety and Health Standards for General Industry

This course is designed for personnel interested in teaching the 10- and 30-hour general industry safety and health outreach program to their employees and other interested groups. Special emphasis is placed on those topics that are required in the 10- and 30-hour programs as well as on those that are the most hazardous, using OSHA standards as a guide. Course participants are briefed on effective instructional approaches and the effective use of visual aids and handouts.

Prerequisites: 5 years of general safety experience and the OSHA 511 within the past 7 years.

OSHA 502: Update for Construction Industry Outreach Trainers

For individuals who have completed OSHA 500 and who's trainer authorization expired less than 90-days before the start of the course. Required every four years. Provides an update on OSHA construction standards, policies, and regulations.

Prerequisites: OSHA 500

OSHA 503: Update for General Industry Outreach Trainers

For those who have completed OSHA 501 and are active trainers in an outreach program. Required every four years. Provides an update on OSHA general industry standards, policies, and regulations.

Prerequisites: OSHA 501

OSHA 510: Occupational Safety and Health Standards for the Construction Industry

Federal and state policies, procedures, and standards, as well as construction safety and health principles. Emphasis on those areas that are the most hazardous, using OSHA standards as a guide.

OSHA 511: Occupational Safety and Health Standards for General Industry

Federal and state policies, procedures, and standards, as well as general industry safety and health principles. Emphasis on those areas that are the most hazardous.

OSHA 521: OSHA Guide to Industrial Hygiene

Permissible exposure limits, OSHA health standards, regulations and procedures, respiratory protection, engineering controls, hazard communication, sampling instrumentation, workplace health program elements, and other industrial hygiene topics. Workshops in health hazard recognition, OSHA health standards, and safety and health programs.

OSHA 2015: Hazardous Materials

This course covers general industry standards, and integrates materials from other consensus and proprietary standards relating to hazardous materials.

OSHA 2045: Machinery & Machine Guarding Standards

This course covers the various types of common machinery, machine safe guards, and related OSHA regulations. Topics include machinery processes, control of hazardous energy sources (lockout/tagout), and guarding of portable powered tools.

OSHA 2055: Cranes in Construction

This course covers the requirements for operation of cranes in the construction industry using the OSHA construction Cranes and Derricks Standard as a guide.

OSHA 2225: Respiratory Protection

This course covers the requirements for the establishment, maintenance, and monitoring of a respirator program. Topics include OSHA and ANSI standards, NIOSH certifications, and medical evaluation recommendations. Course includes a discussion of both quantitative and qualitative respirator fit testing.

OSHA 2255: Principles of Ergonomics

Introduces the application of ergonomic principles to prevent musculoskeletal disorders. Topics include: work physiology; anthropometry; video display terminals; and risk factors, such as vibration, temperature, manual handling, repetition, and continuous keyboard use. Industrial case studies cover analysis and design of work stations and equipment; laboratory sessions focus on manual lifting and OSHA's proposed ergonomic protection standard.

OSHA 2264: Permit-Required Confined Space Entry

This course covers the recognition of confined space hazards, use of instrumentation to evaluate atmospheric hazards, ventilation techniques, and confined space program elements. The requirements for a permit, non-permit and alternate procedures confined space are also covered.  Specific duties of entrants, attendants, supervisors and rescue are discussed.

OSHA 3015: Excavation, Trenching & Soil Mechanics

Focus on OSHA standards and on the safety aspects of excavation and trenching. Introduction to practical soil mechanics and its relationship to the stability of shored and unshored slopes and walls of excavation.

OSHA 3095: Electrical Standards

Students learn about the production of electricity and how it is delivered to the end user as well as the hazards associated with high and low voltage current. Basic definitions and explanation of electric generation provides the required skills needed to understand electrical systems.

OSHA 5410: Occupational Safety and Health Standards for the Maritime Industry

OSHA standards, policies, and procedures for the maritime industry are the focus of this course. Students will learn about the OSHA Maritime Standards, identify hazards in the maritime industry, determine appropriate hazard controls and abatement, and describe the use of the OSHA Maritime Standards and regulations to supplement an ongoing safety and health program.

OSHA 6005: Collateral Duty Course for Other Federal Agencies

According to Executive Order 12196, Federal Agencies are required to work with OSHA to provide workplace health and safety programs for federal agency employees.  This course covers the OSH Act, Executive Order 12196, and the OSHA General Industry Standards. Special emphasis is placed on hazards that occur in general industry, identification of standards and regulations appropriate for federal agencies, and effective strategies for hazard inspection and abatement.

OSHA 7100: Introduction to Machinery & Machine Safeguarding

Upon course completion students will have the ability to explain hazardous actions and motions of various types of machinery, identify methods of safeguarding, and match identified safeguards with the applicable OSHA Machinery and Machine Guarding Standards to reduce and eliminate the potential for accidents and injuries.

OSHA 7105: Introduction to Evacuation and Emergency Planning

Students will participate in workshops pertaining to the development of emergency action plans. Upon course completion students will have the ability to list the elements of an emergency action plan and emergency evacuation floor plans, recognize violations of OSHA exit route requirements, determine whether their organization requires an emergency action plan, and develop and implement workplace emergency action and fire protection plans.

OSHA 7115: Lockout/Tagout

This course covers the role and responsibility of the employer to develop and implement an energy control program, or lock-out/tag-out (LOTO) for the protection of workers while performing servicing and maintenance activities on machinery and equipment. Upon course completion the student will have the ability to explain the importance of energy control programs, procedures, training, audits and methods of controlling hazardous energy.

OSHA 7200: Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control for Healthcare Facilities

This course covers the development and implementation of Exposure Control Plans (ECP) for healthcare facilities. Course topics include understanding the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard, determining potential exposure and methods of control, developing an ECP, vaccinations, exposure incidents, training, and record keeping. The target audience is the program administrator, manager, or other personnel designated with the responsibility of developing a Bloodborne Pathogens ECP for a healthcare facility. Course highlights include students developing a template for their facility’s ECP. Upon course completion students will have the ability to take a step-by-step approach in developing an ECP for their healthcare facility while utilizing the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard as a reference.

OSHA 7205: Health Hazard Awareness

This course covers common health hazards that are encountered in the workplace. These health hazards include exposure to chemicals, asbestos, silica and lead. Course topics include identification and evaluation of health hazards and their sources of exposure, health hazard information, and engineering and work practice controls.

OSHA 7210: Pandemic Influenza Preparedness

This course covers recognizing hazards and risks associated with a pandemic influenza event and developing strategies to assist a business, community, or family with realistic preparation for a pandemic event. Course topics include potential impact of a pandemic influenza event on a business and community, critical elements of a preparedness plan, and realistic strategies for supporting continuity of business. This course offers information on strategies that can be used to control the spread of the virus, minimizing exposure to employees and family, and resources available from OSHA and other government agencies. The intended audience is the business leader and members of their management team who may be integral to preparedness planning. Upon course completion, students will have the ability to prepare for a pandemic to assure business continuity and employee safety.

OSHA 7215: Silica in Construction, Maritime, and General Industries

This course covers the development and implementation of controls and strategies to prevent or mitigate silica exposures in construction, maritime, and general industries.

OSHA 7225: Transitioning to Safer Chemicals

This course will provide participants with information about and hands-on experience with the process for transitioning to safer chemicals, as well as the key methods, tools, and databases that can assist in this process.

OSHA 7300: Understanding OSHA's Permit-Required Confined Space Standard

This course covers the requirements of the OSHA Permit-Required Confined Space Standard.  Course topics include safety and health hazards associated with confined space entry, and the evaluation, prevention, and abatement of these hazards.

OSHA 7400: Noise Hazards in the Construction Industry

This course covers the evaluation and reduction of noise hazards in the construction industry. Course topics include OSHA Construction Noise Standards, properties of sound, noise-induced hearing loss, noise exposure control, selection and use of hearing protection, conducting sound level surveys, and worker training.

OSHA 7410: Excavation & Trenching Stand-Down Event

In conjunction with Federal OSHA, Region X and sponsored by NAXSA, the North American Excavation Shoring Association, this free course is part of the Trenching Stand-Down.

OSHA 7500: Introduction to Safety and Health Management

Using interactive assignments and thought-provoking group projects, students of this one day workshop come away with a strong understanding of the benefits in implementing a safety and health management system in the workplace.

OSHA 7505: Introduction to Incident (Accident) Investigation

This course is an introduction to basic accident investigation procedures and accident analysis techniques. Course topics include accident investigation methods, employer responsibilities related to workplace accident investigations, and a six-step accident investigation procedure.

OSHA 7510: Introduction to OSHA for Small Businesses

This course covers an introduction to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the OSH Act for owners and managers of small businesses.

OSHA 7845: Recordkeeping Rule Seminar

This 4-hour course is designated to assist employers in identifying and fulfilling their responsibilities for posting certain records, maintaining records of illness and injuries, and reporting specific cases to OSHA. Several practice sessions are included.