30-Hour OSHA Training

The 30-Hour training will be providing information for supervisors and workers on safety responsibilities. This course will focus on identifying, avoiding, controlling and preventing, various hazards. Multiple aspects are covered that emphasize the importance of knowing safety standards on a job site. With a minimum of 30 Hours, the course will consist of these topics:

⇒ Introduction to OSHA
– Workers rights
– Employer’s responsibilities
– How to file a complaint

⇒ Managing Safety and Health (May include but are not limited to these subtopics)
– Injury and Illness
– Prevention programs
– Job Site Inspections
– Accident and prevention programs
– Management and employee involvement
– Work analysis
– Hazard prevention and control
– Accident investigations
– How to conduct safety meetings
– Supervisory communication

⇒ OSHA Focus Four Hazards
– Falls
– Electrocution
– Struck-By
          — Falling Objects
          — Cranes   
– Caught-in or Between
          –Trench hazards
          — Equipment

⇒ Personal Protective and Lifesaving Equipment

⇒ Electives
– Concrete and Masonry Construction
          –Confined Space Entry
          –Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Elevators, and Conveyors.
– Electrical Safety
– Ergonomics & Back Safety
– Excavations
– Fall Protection
– Fire protection and Prevention
– First Aid and Blood borne Pathogens
– Hazard Communication
– Health & Wellness
– Jobsite Exposures
– Ladders and Stairways
– Material handling, Storage, Use and Disposal
– Motor Vehicles, Mechanized Equipment and Marine Operations; Rollover Protective Structures and Overhead Protection; and signs signals and barricades
– Powered Industrial Vehicles
– Safety and Health programs
– Scaffolds
– Slips, Trips and Falls
– Steel Erection
Tool Safety (Hand and Power)
– Welding, Cutting and Brazing
– Work Zone Safety
– Foundations for Safety Leadership (Min of 2.5 Hours)