OSHA and Safety

Creating a culture of safety mitigates risk, encourages problem solving, elevates employee morale, and complies with state and federal requirements. We begin with a discussion of your desired outcomes and your current issues. We design a training program to fill the gaps in your certifications and refreshers. We even provide interesting and applicable content to assist with your required safety meetings.

Our Safety Courses are designed to meet training requirements and certification requirements (where applicable) and include a classroom session for concept and step mastery as well as a hands-on or application session. We also offer refresher courses. Other specific safety topics and safety meeting trainings are available upon request.

HAZWOPER: for TSD, Waste Site, Emergency Response (Technician and Commander)

Hazardous Materials: Understanding of the properties and chemistry of chemicals including hazard assessment, toxicology, and material safety data sheets. Regulations from the perspective of OSHA, EPA and U.S.-DOT.  

I.A.T.A.-Dangerous Goods Training: Familiarizing shippers, packers, freight forwarders and acceptance personnel with the requirements of the International Air Transport Association and International Civil Aviation Authority for the classification, packaging, marking and transportation of dangerous goods by air.

Chemical Laboratory Safety: Laboratory hazards and Best Practices; Chemical compatibility and storage; Hazard Communication and MSDSs; Flammables and Combustibles; PPE; Fire extinguishers and emergency equipment; Compressed gas safety, Putting safety first in the workplace.

OSHA Outreach Training for General Industry: Introduction to OSHA; Walking and working surfaces; Exit Routes/Emergency action plans; Fire prevention and protection; Electrical safety; Personal protective equipment; Hazard Communication; Machine Guarding; Materials

Confined Space Entry with Certification: Reviews the hazards of confined spaces and focuses on recognition of the space through observation and atmospheric testing. The jobs related to making an entry into a Permit Required Space are reviewed and then participants make entry into spaces and complete all the requirements for certification as an entrant, attendant, or entry supervisor. Participants must have a current first aid/CPR card.