Basic Orientation Plus is designed for contractors or contract employees who perform work on refinery properties. Topics include: General Industrial Safety, Hearing Conservation, Elevated Work, Electrical Safety, Hazard Communication, Hand Safety and the Worker’s Role in Safety. After successfully completing the course and test, participants receive a photo identification badge that is required to verify course completion. Certification is valid for one year, after which the Basic Orientation Plus Refresher course must be taken.
This course provides participants with the most up-to-date First Aid, CPR and AED training specifically focused on medical emergencies in the workplace. Participants learn life-saving skills including treatment for shock, bleeding and wounds, burns, medical emergencies and more. Upon completion, students receive First Aid Certification and a CPR and AED Certification valid for two years.
This ten-hour course covers OSHA standards for the General Industry, 29 CFR 1910. The OSHA Training Institute will issue course completion cards to each student.
Subjects covered in this course include: an Introduction to OSHA, Walking and Working Surfaces, Fall Protection, Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, Fire Prevention Plans, Fire Protection, Electrical safety, Personal Protective Equipment, Hazard Communication with the new GHS requirements, and other safety topics.
Behavior Based Safety is a very progressive step in Safety and Health in industries and work places. There are many choices to enhance safety processes, and one of the most successful choices for many of the worlds leading and largest companies has been the use of Behavioral Based processes.
This course will help you see:
- The main differences between Traditional Safety and Behavioral Based Safety in regards to main areas of focus and successful implementation.
- Discuss some of the reasons and timings for implementing a Behavioral Based Safety process – which compliments (not replaces) Traditional Safety.
- Basic principles of Behavior Based Safety will be taught and demonstrated.
- Ideas and setting up plans for implementing a process from scratch at your operations.
In addition there will also be some activities and demonstrations to assist in showing some of the key elements of the processes.
This course is designed to help managers understand the art and science of industrial hygiene as it applies to the modern workplace. Skills necessary for the anticipation, recognition, evaluation and control of various subtle workplace hazards will be discussed. Calculations of workplace exposures will be reviewed in the course. Bring a calculator.
Slips, Trips, & Falls: OSHA Compliance Series
Non-Member: $160 | Members log-in to automatically save 30% on the cost of this course at checkout.
Course Time: 8:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m.
Slips, trips, and falls are a major cause of preventable injuries and deaths in the workplace; only motor vehicle incidents cause more worker fatalities. This course will increase awareness of hazards and workers’ ability to prevent slips, trips, and falls in all settings.
This course covers:
- The impact of slips, trips and falls in the workplace
- How to select and recommend appropriate footwear
- How to recognize and prevent slip, trip and fall hazards at work and at home
- How to identify risk factors for slips, trips and falls and working from heights
- How to identify and implement controls related to slips, trips and falls
Ongoing incident investigations are key in preventing workplace injuries and fostering continuous improvement. The focus is on finding facts, not faults, and using investigations to reinforce safe practices and behaviors.
This course covers:
- Analyzing incidents to identify root causes
- Developing effective investigation and interviewing techniques
- Addressing human relations issues affecting incident reporting, hazard control and follow-up measures
- Gathering complete, accurate and objective data when an incident occurs in your workplace
Contractor Safety Orientation is designed for contractors or contract employees who perform work on refinery properties. The course is also utilized by other organizations desiring to orient contractors in safety prior to working on their site. Topics include: General Industrial Safety, Hearing Conservation, Elevated Work, Electrical Safety, Hazard Communication, Hand Safety and the Worker’s Role in Safety. After successfully completing the course, participants receive a photo identification badge that is required to verify course completion. Certification is valid for two years, after which the course must be repeated.
The Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans & Fire Prevention Plans Compliance Training course is designed to help participants understand key elements of Subpart E (Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans & Fire Prevention Plans) issued by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
The course covers:
- OSHA Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, & Fire Prevention Plans Regulation (29 CFR 1910.33-39 E)
- Revision of Subpart E
- Exit routes, emergency action plans, & fire prevention plans terminology
- Three parts of exit routes
- Types of workplace emergencies
- Emergency action plan & fire prevention plan elements
- Planning issues for emergency action plan elements
This course will detail important aspects of returning injured workers back to functioning employees, thus reducing overall costs. This is a “win-win” process for you and your employee.