General Training and Training Services
Our trainers and consultants have a wide variety of experience in the safety and health fields, including industrial safety, construction safety, and chemical safety. If you don’t see what you need, let us know. If we can’t provide the training, we can refer you to someone who does.
- Initial Safety & Health Training/Orientation
- Accident Investigation
- Recordkeeping and Reporting
- Safety Committees
- Conducting Job Safety Analysis
- Fire Prevention/Emergency Action/Fire Extinguisher
- HAZWOPER and HAZMAT Response
- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
- Electrical Safety
- Machine Guarding and Safety
- Respirator Protection
- Confined Space Entry and Rescue
- Ergonomics and Safe Lifting
- Bloodborne and Airborne Pathogens
- Fall Protection
- First Aid, CPR, AED (approved for Electrical CEU’s)
- Flagger Certification
- Traffic Control Supervisor
- Pilot/Escort Vehicle Operator Certification
- Driving Safety (EverSafe Driving Program)
- Fundamentals of Supervision
- Safety Management
- Root Cause Analysis
- Globally Harmonized System (GHS)
Other Significant Training Programs Offered
In compliance with OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 and WAC 296-843 (HAZWOPER regulations), this 8 hour annual refresher training is for individuals who have already taken the 40 hour or 24 hour HAZWOPER training. Training includes the following: A review the HAZWOPER rule and the core elements of an occupational safety and health program; The content of a medical surveillance program; The content of an effective site safety and health plan; Emergency response plan and procedures; Adequate illumination; Sanitation recommendations and equipment; Review and explanation of OSHA’s hazard-communication standard; Review of other applicable standards; Rights and responsibilities of employers and employees under applicable OSHA and EPA laws.
This ½ day session covers techniques for protecting workers from the danger of working at heights, including restraint systems, arrest systems, guardrails, equipment, and anchor systems. The use and regulation of ladders is also covered. OSHA regulations as related to falls and written program requirements are also addressed.
Environmental Safety Awareness
This ½ day session presents an overview of the respiratory protection code, the requirements of a written respiratory protection program, respiratory hazards, and acceptable threshold levels. The types, use, fit, and testing of respirators is discussed. Displays, demonstrations, and student participation are a part of the class.
The Confined Space session covers definitions, proper entry procedures, entry permits, ventilation requirements, the potential hazardous conditions that can be encountered, and the necessary equipment for safe entry into confined spaces. Duties of the authorized entrant, attendant, and supervisor are reviewed, as well as non-entry rescue by mechanical retrieval devices (i.e., tripod, davit).
This one-day training covers the health effects of asbestos, types, recognition of damaged or deteriorated Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM), work practice requirements to avoid disturbance of ACM and proper response to fiber release episodes. The asbestos awareness-training course can be taken on-line while complying with the OSHA/DOSH regulations. In addition to asbestos this course will also include information on the recognition and health effects of silica and lead.