The following courses are beneficial to the education and advancement of the workplace General Industry. Please call us at 972-235-8330 to schedule a course or contract.
10-hr OSHA authorized training is an orientation to occupational safety and health for workers who are involved in general industry. This course teaches mandatory, elective and optional training as follows:
Mandatory Topics (6-hr requirement)
Elective (At least two topics and 2-hr requirement)
Optional (Hazards, policies or expand topics above and 2-hr requirement}
Upon completion, students will receive the OSHA sanctioned 10-hr wallet card.
30-hr OSHA authorized training in occupational safety and health for workers who are involved in general industry. This course teaches mandatory, elective and optional training as follows:
Mandatory Topics (12-hrs)
Elective (At least two topics and 10-hr requirement)
Optional (hazards, policies or expand topics above and 8-hr requirement).
Upon completion, students will receive the OSHA sanctioned 30-hr wallet card.
This course covers an introduction to basic incident/accident investigation procedures and describes incident/accident analysis techniques. The target audience is the employer, manager, employee or employee representative who is involved in conducting incident/accident investigations.
Course topics include definitions and variances, reasons for conducting investigations, roles and responsibilities related to investigations, incident/accident models and processes, reporting, preparedness and system improvement.
This course shows your employees proper lifting techniques they can use on and off the job to prevent injuries with this back-safety training program. It helps your employees understand the basic principles of back health as well as common prevention practices.
The course content includes lessons on how the human back works, discussions on various causes of back pain and demonstrations on how to properly perform tasks to prevent back injuries and pain.
This course is a must for employees who work in a healthcare facility or healthcare office. Employees who may be involved with first-aid or emergency response in the workplace will also benefit. It covers understanding the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard, determining potential exposures, methods of control, vaccinations, exposure incidents, training, and record keeping and Exposure Control Plans.
This course incorporates the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard 1910.1030, and the creation and implementation of Exposure Control Plans (ECP) for healthcare facilities. Program administrators, managers, or other persons designated with the responsibility of developing a Bloodborne Pathogens ECP for a healthcare facility will benefit. Understanding the application of the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard, potential exposures, response to exposure incidents, controls, vaccinations, employee training, and recordkeeping will all be presented and discussed in the course. Students will develop a template for their facility's ECP as part of the course content and gain the knowledge to implement and enforce the plan following the OSHA standard.
Classes cover persuasive, strategic and organizational communications. This program is designed to help students develop strong oral, written and interpersonal communication competencies required to have a successful and effective Safety & Health program. The class emphasizes the skills needed to present important Safety & Health information to all levels of an organization and execute engaging collaboration with management teams.
Course topics include the requirements of the OSHA Confined Space regulations, EM385-1-1, and ANSI Standards. EMR 's program is aimed at our clients’ necessities and will be adjusted to meet their needs.
The aim is to provide the student with a broad knowledge of hazards associated with confined space entry and look beyond the apparent assessment of space. Content includes the essential elements including but not limited to program development, safety and health hazards associated with confined space entry, evaluation, prevention, and abatement of hazards, assignment of responsibilities, preparation, planning, evaluating, communication, and rescue retrieval.
This course covers the EM385-1-1 prescribed Safety and Health requirements for all Corps of Engineers activities and operations. The course is directed at compliance with the US Army Corps of Engineers Contractor Safety and Health Requirements and provides an in-depth exploration of the EM 385-1-1 guidelines. This is critical knowledge for personnel contracting service, supply, research and development, construction, hazardous, toxic, and radioactive waste site investigation, design, or remediation activities. EMR 's program is aimed at our clients’ necessities and will be adjusted to meet their needs under the requirements. We highly recommend a Hazard Analysis and or Position (s) Analysis be performed before the start of any training. Based on the needs the course is offered 16, 24, or 40 hours.
This course is designed for personnel working at height, or personnel who use fall prevention and/or protection equipment and systems, or who are responsible for safety at their job sites where fall hazards exist. This course covers the 29 CFR Part 1910 Subpart D Standards and 29 CFR Part 1926 Subpart M Standards for construction and an overview of fall protection methods. Course topics include principles of fall protection, components and limitations of fall arrest systems. Includes ANSI Z359, Z490 and Z10.32 and EM385-1-1 Standards and policies regarding fall protection.
Students will participate in workshops demonstrating the inspection and use of fall protection equipment, residential construction fall protection, training requirements, and developing a fall protection program. Upon course completion students will have the ability to assess compliance with the OSHA Fall Protection Standard, evaluate installed passive systems and fall arrest systems, and develop and implement fall protection plans. Safety leadership skills will also be addressed. Participants will be expected to complete a fall hazard assessment at the end of the class.
This course covers OSHA requirements for emergency action and fire protection plans. Course topics include purpose and requirements of emergency action and fire prevention plans, elements of emergency evacuation plans, and features of design and maintenance of emergency exit routes. 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 plan.
OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard, also known as "Right to Know Law," or HazCom is in Federal Regulation (29 CFR 1910.1200). OSHA made changes to modify the Standard and align it with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS), a worldwide standard in 2012. The regulation requires chemical manufacturers and employers to communicate chemical hazard information to employees.
This course will cover the Standard, the company written control programs, safety data sheets (SDS), labeling, and hazard classifications, and associated pictograms, the identification of risks of exposure to hazardous chemicals, controls, and PPE.
Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) is a colorless gas with a strong odor of rotten eggs. Exposure to hydrogen sulfide may irritate the eyes and respiratory system and even cause death. Workers need to be trained and aware of the dangers without exception.
Hydrogen sulfide can affect employees in many industries including but not limited to factory workers, petroleum and natural gas workers, construction, drilling and refinery, wastewater treatment, agricultural, plumbing, and landfills.
This course will provide the latest information and direction to your employees, so they are informed, respect the danger, and know how to protect themselves.
Hazard Assessment involves inspecting a facility for compliance and classifying the potential hazards that employees can confront while working. One of the essential elements in determining a company's program requirements is conducting an assessment which will decide what risks are present, or are likely to be present, and what training controls and protection must be instituted. The best solution is to employ the "new eyes" of our consultants who are not in your operation daily and will see many hazards missed by those who work there regularly.
Developing and executing a control of hazardous energy Lock-out/Tag-out program (LOTO) 29 CFR, part 1910.147, for the protection of workers who perform servicing and maintenance activities on machinery and equipment is a significant responsibility of every employer.
Students will learn types of hazardous energy, detection of hazards, inspection, training, implementing control measures, and the importance of written isolation procedures, development and implementing a written Lock-out/Tag-out program using the OSHA Control of Hazardous Energy Standard.
This course incorporates the OSHA Machinery and Machine Guarding Standards and outlines the process to identify, select and adequately safeguard machinery to protect employees and others in the work area and deliver suitable training in safe work practices.
Any machine part, function, or process which may cause injury must be safeguarded. When the operation of a machine or accidental contact with it can hurt the operator or others in the vicinity, the hazards must be either controlled or eliminated. Even the most extensive safeguarding system cannot offer adequate protection unless a worker knows how to use it and why. Specific and detailed training is, therefore, a vital part of an effort to provide safeguarding against machine hazards to prevent injury.
OSHA fines can run from $7,000 to $70,000 per violation. Be prepared, make sure you and your team know what to do, your rights and responsibilities if an OSHA inspector arrives at your site. Our experienced Safety & Health professionals can come to your site providing experience and information that will ensure you are prepared.
One of the most important elements of any Safety & Health program is the proper selection, use, and care of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), but if the employees are not using it they will end up getting hurt. This course is focused on teaching Supervisors how to deal with noncompliance. Topics include leadership, policies, vehicles for communication, enforcement, and behavioral transformation management.
Make sure you comply with the recent final Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rule (29CFR 1904), which takes effect on February 25, 2019, and rescinds significant portions of its electronic reporting rule.
A core safety program element for almost all employers; this curriculum incorporates all aspects and compliance for identifying, completing, maintaining, posting and reporting OSHA required recordkeeping requirements and forms.
Establishing a Safety Management System has a direct and positive impact on the ability of the organization to operate more efficiently and effectively as an essential part of an organization’s business framework. This course covers the integral part of Safety Management Systems used to control the Safety and Health programs of organizations.
Safety Management Systems used to control the Safety and Health programs of organizations are comprehensive management systems designed to manage safety elements in the workplace and assist in incorporating safety into all functions of the organization. The content will review organized systems, standards and applications, explore commonalities, and plans and techniques for development used by various industries to manage risk.
This course focuses on strong skills for the Supervisors to achieve maximum performance with a workforce that is filled with different types of people with varying backgrounds, experience, and skill sets.
The content will concentrate on leadership skills, communications, planning and organization, utilization of resources, taking initiative, goals, metrics, conflict resolution, stress management, coaching, and much more to assist the Supervisor in achieving the organization’s mission.
This course concentrates on giving the student the insight and knowledge to identify and eliminate or control workplace hazards & exposures and methods of determining how to implement reasonable and adequate control solutions.This course will include the Hierarchy of Controls Theory, prevention through design strategy, engineering, administrative, PPE controls and how to implement feasible, cost-effective, and practical solutions.
Workplace safety is a science and an art. Creating a safe work site is based on how thoroughly the people at all levels of the operation understand the safety & health standards and how those standards are implemented and practiced in the daily work environment.
The student will learn and participate in discussions about the application and art of getting the employees involved in becoming active members of workplace safety efforts and sharing in the workplace success. The science, resources and application of safety and health standards and best practices will be covered.
Homicide is currently the fourth-leading cause of fatal occupational injuries in the United States workplace. Violence is a significant concern for employers and employees nationwide. Your Safety & Health Program is not complete without addressing workplace violence.
OSHA defines workplace violence as "any act or threat of physical violence, harassment, intimidation, or other threatening, disruptive behavior that occurs at the work site. It ranges from threats and verbal harassment to physical assaults and even homicide." There are currently no specific OSHA standards for workplace violence, however under the General Duty Clause, Section 5(a)(1) of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, employers are required to provide their employees with a place of employment that is “free from recognized hazards that are causing or are likely to cause death or serious physical harm." Training is a crucial element to ensure your employees are informed of the dangers and know what to do should threats occur.
This course covers the OSHA standard 29CFR part 1910.134 requirements for the establishment, maintenance, and monitoring of a respiratory protection program.
Course topics include terminology, OSHA Respiratory Protection Standards, NIOSH certification, respiratory protection programs, and medical evaluation requirements. Program highlights include workshops on respirator selection, qualitative and quantitative fit testing, and the use of respiratory protection and support equipment. Upon course, completion students will have the ability to identify and describe the elements of a respiratory protection program, the proper selection, use, and inspection of respiratory protection, protection factors, and evaluate compliance with OSHA Standards.
Industrial hygiene is the science of guarding and improving the health and safety of people in the workplace. This course covers the primary regulatory references, procedures and related best practices for industrial hygiene and the connection to the OSHA regulations and compliance. This course is an interactive format that focuses on the principles, methods, and terminology that will give the student a broad understanding of recognition, evaluation, and control of chemical, physical, biological and ergonomic hazards.
The student will participate in an interactive practice and gain a basic understanding of industrial hygiene including anticipating, recognizing, evaluating, and controlling hazards, methods, measurement, and calculations.
OSHA General awareness updated information on the topics you choose that most apply to your business or industry. This is best delivered right after a MOCK OSHA inspection. Pick ten from the list below:
This course presents in-depth training of process safety elements designed to eliminate or reduce hazards identified in federal regulations and best practices derived from lessons learned from real-life experience. By using presentation, case studies and interactive exercises the course will provide attendees with knowledge and skills to evaluate and improve existing process safety programs or develop a program from the beginning.
Facilities that handle hazardous materials are at risk of catastrophic incidents from fire, explosion, loss of containment and other process failures. These process failures can result in casualties, injuries, property, environmental damage, and loss of the business itself. By identifying and mitigating these risks with proven systems that control process hazards the result is prevention of process failures and improvement of operational efficiency.
A good leader possesses an unparalleled paradigm in quality thinking, training and value-added deliverables. A good leader encourages and empowers people by teaching them that they can do anything by eliminating limiting beliefs, and fallacies that undermine the desired results for the individual’s success. This course includes implementation of a process-oriented approach to thought consistency , two-way communication, and personal assessments. The applicability of this training is for all sectors of industry and organizations. This course can help bring out the very best of these practices for your continued success.