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.
NFPA 70E – 2018 Edition – The latest consensus standard for electrical safety in the workplace.
Avoid electrical injuries, deaths, and OSHA violations by attending this course. This NFPA 70E course will review the most current edtion of the standard and explain how and why NFPA 70E protects personnel from potentially deadly hazards.
Upon completion students should be able to:
- Understand the difference between the OSHA electrical regulations and the NFPA 70E consensus standard
- Know the components of a complete electrical safety program and why it is necessary and beneficial
- List the key sections and elements of the NFPA 70E standard.
- Better understand the hazards of arc flash
- Know when an energized work permit is requirred
- Comprehend incident energy and labeling requirements
- Understand the importance of establishing an electrically safe work condition
- Identify required elements of an arc flash risk analysis
- Understand the different levels of PPE prescribed by NFPA 70E
Students will receive a 2018 NFPA 70E Electrical Safety in the Workplace Regulation Manual.
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.
The National Safety Council’s DDC 4 course provides key understanding, skills and techniques to avoid collisions, reduce traffic violations and change driver behaviors and attitudes. Participants will acquire the basic knowledge and techniques to recognize potential hazards and avoid collisions and violation. The course will motivate them to change their behind-the-wheel behaviors and attitudes. Students will learn coping techniques for dealing with speeding, distracted driving, impaired driving, and hazardous traffic conditions and more. The result will be a more responsible driver who understands best practices to prevent injury and death while driving a motor vehicle.
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.
Job Safety Analysis (JSA) is a proven process for controlling operating hazards and costs. Gain the tools and knowledge to implement a JSA and develop efficient procedures that reduce personal injuries and operating costs. The result: better processes which make a safer workplace – and that means improved production and higher profits.
Participants will be able to:
- Recognize and use important safety and health terminology
- Understand JSA’s relation to continuous improvement in your organization
- Identify and communicate the safety and financial benefits of using JSA
- Gain support for and participation in the process from line employees, supervisors, and upper management
- Identify the key requirements for a successful JSA
- Develop appropriate solutions and hazard controls
- Complete a JSA form correctly
- Use JSA to develop efficient procedures that reduce personal injuries and operating costs
In 2013, the construction industry faced 770 deaths, more than any other industry that year. Due to the construction industry’s high fatality rate, OSHA has identified four hazards leading to the death of employees in the construction industry; falls, electrocutions, caught in/between, and struck by hazards. This seminar will discuss how to identify and avoid these hazards so you can protect your employees.
Topics discussed will include how to develop a Drug Free Workplace Program, how to plan and implement a substance abuse testing program, and a discussion of the signs of drug use.
This course will focus on the fundamental components of a successful strain and sprain injury preventon program. Basic techniques in awareness, training and conditioning used for effective strain and sprain injury prevention will be highlighted. Participants will leave with samples and helpful information to assist them in injury prevention and control.
Communication is defined as the imparting or exchanging of information and a means of connection between people. Effective communication is a foundational element for managers and supervisors to impart knowledge and instruction to employees. This 60-minute course will identify obstacles and explore strategies to communicate effectively with employees, colleagues and others in a business environment in order to achieve optimal performance.