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ACCIDENT INVESTIGATING AND REPORTING2.0OSHA 29CFR 1910.1904
This course will prepare the student to efficiently gather information that will be used to help management determine Causal Factors and implementation of Corrective Action when dealing with job site mishaps.
ALCOHOL/DRUG AWARENESS2.0OSHA 29CFR 40.382.199
This course will help the employee understand the dangers of working under the influence of any substance whether legal, prescribed, or otherwise.
ALCOHOL/DRUG INTERVENTION4.0OSHA 29CFR 40.382.199
This course will prepare the supervisor to recognize the signs of exposure and methods to confront the suspected employee.
ASBESTOS AWARENESS (C)2.0OSHA 29CFR 1910.1001
This course will provide the trainee with information on Asbestos and the prevention and treatment of asbestos exposure.
BEHAVIORAL BASED SAFETY (C)2.0OSHA 29CFR 1903.1
This course provides strategies and skills on being safe in the workplace.
BEHAVIORAL BASED SAFETY SUPERVISOR4.0OSHA 29CFR 1903
This course provides managers and supervisors the skills and education on providing a safe working environment.
BENZENE SAFETY2.0OSHA 29CFR 1910.1028
This course will include Benzene awareness and practices and procedures to protect the employee from Benzene exposure.
BLOOD BORNE PATHOGENS (C)1.0 
This course will provide the training needed to help the student protect themselves from blood borne pathogens that are found in the general workplace and in the general public. Identification of different pathogens and protective measures are addressed.
CONFINED SPACE AWARENESS (C)2.0OSHA 29CFR 1910.146
This course provides the trainee with information regarding confined space awareness and skills to practice safety in a confined space.
CONFINED SPACE ENTRANT/ATTENDANT4.0OSHA 29CFR 1910.146
This course will prepare the employee to work in confined spaces in such a manner as to recognize health and safety issues that may contribute to incidents.
CONFINED SPACE SUPERVISOR4.0OSHA 29CFR 1910.146
This course will prepare the supervisor to mitigate health and safety concerns found during the course of a confined space entry job.
CRANE AND RIGGING (C) (S)2.0OSHA 29CFR 1926
This course provides safety mandates and practices for crane and rigging use.
CUSTOMIZED TRAINING0.0VARIOUS
This course will provide you training to fit your company's needs.
DOT HAZMAT8.0DOT 49 CFR 172.100
N/A
ELECTRICAL SAFETY/NONCERTIFIED (C) (S)2.0OSHA 29CFR 1910
This course is for the non-certified electrical worker. The course provides information and technical skills for those who work with electricity.
EMERGENCY EVACUATION1.0 
This course includes strategies and practices when and if an emergency evacuation event occurs.
EXCAVATION/TRENCHING/SHORING COMPETENT8.0 
This course provides information for those who will be supervising or working in excavations and trenching.
EXCAVATION/TRENCHING/SHORING SAFETY (C) (S)2.0OSHA 29CFR 1926.650
This course is OSHA mandated and will provide information for those who will be supervising or working with excavations and trenching.
FALL PROTECTION (C) (S)2.0OSHA 29CFR 1926.500
This course will cover OSHA standards regarding fall protection devices and their correct selection, use, and inspection.
FIRE EXTINGUISHER/PREVENTION (C) (S)2.0OSHA 29CFR 1910.155-156
This course will explain the guidelines for fire prevention as well as evacuation methods and portable fire extinguisher use.
FIRE WATCH (C) (S)2.0OSHA 29CFR 1910.157
This course provides information and skills on fire safety and what procedures to follow for fire watch.
FIRST RESPONDER40.0 
This course includes first aid, CPR, BBP with AED, practices to follow for first response in a medical or disaster emergency.
FORKLIFT/BOOMLIFT/MANLIFT (C)2.0OSHA 29CFR 1910.178
This course provides OSHA regulatory practices and prepares the student to be competent in forklift/boomlift/manlift operations.
HAZARD COMMUNICATIONS/OSHA2.0OSHA 29CFR 1910.1200
This course will address the safe handling, storage, identification, and use of many materials that are considered to be dangerous or hazardous.
HAZARD IDENTIFICATION/OSHA (C)1.0OSHA 29CFR 1910
This course will prepare the student to spot unsafe conditions or unsafe acts by other employees and take action to correct the conditions to avoid mishaps.
HAZWOPER 24 HR24.0OSHA 29CFR 1910.120
This course is mandated by OSHA.
HAZWOPER 8 HR REFRESHER (C)8.0OSHA 29CFR 1910.120
This refresher course is mandated by OSHA as an annual refresher to the 40 hr class.
HEARING PROTECTION2.0OSHA 29CFR 1910.95
This course includes strategies on how to protect your hearing.
HEAT STRESS (C)2.0 
The Heat Stress course includes prevention and practical ways to handle heat stress, signs of heat stress and best case scenario.
HYDROGEN SULFIDE TRAINING2.0OSHA 29CFR 1910.1000
This course will teach the employee the dangers of handling hydrogen sulfide and how to avoid problems concerning H2S. This chemical is very prevalent in the area industry.
JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS1.0 
This course will prepare the employee to begin each job with a written safety action plan in order to spot and correct any safety deficient item. Many area industries mandate these written plans.
LEAD AWARENESS2.0OSHA 29CFR 1910.1025
This course includes information on lead exposure prevention and practices and procedures on handling exposure.
LIFTING AND BACK SAFETY (C)1.0 
This course provides the trainee with skills and practices to maintain a safe work environment and protect your back and use appropriate lifting techniques.
LOCK-OUT-TAG-OUT2.0OSHA 29CFR 1910.147
Lock-Out-Tag-Out is mandated by OSHA.
MEDIC FIRST AID (HSI) HEALTH & SAFETY INSTITUTE FIRST AID/CPR WITH AED3.0OSHA 29CFR 1910.151
This course will prepare the student to assess patients and perform lifesaving skills in the event of an emergency such as Heart Attack, disaster, accident or other life threatening events; two year certification.
NITROGEN SAFETY2.0OSHA 29CFR 1910
This course will explain the dangers of nitrogen exposure and skills to protect and work through a nitrogen emergency.
OSHA 10 HR GENERAL INDUSTRY/CONSTRUCTION10.0OSHA 29CFR 1910
This course is designed to educate students in the Standards set forth by OSHA addressing workplace safety. The curriculum covers Respiratory Protection, Lifting and Back Safety, Hearing Conservation, Walking and Working Surfaces, Personal Protective Equipment, and Electrical Safety.
OSHA 30 HR GENERAL INDUSTRY/CONSTRUCTION30.0OSHA 29CFR 1910
This course is designed to educate students in the Standards set forth by OSHA addressing workplace safety. The curriculum covers Respiratory Protection, Lifting and Back Safety, Hearing Conservation, Walking and Working Surfaces, Personal Protective Equipment, and Electrical Safety.
OSHA 30 HR GENERAL INDUSTRY/CONSTRUCTION2.0OSHA 29CFR 1910
This course includes practices and information regarding basic scaffolding inspection, use and safety.
OSHA RECORDKEEPING/REPORTING2.0OSHA 29CFR 1904 AND 1910.20
The course includes OSHA mandated practices for recordkeeping and reporting.
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (C)2.0OSHA 29CFR 1910.133
N/A
RESPIRATORY PROTECTION/FRESH AIR (C)2.0OSHA 29CFR 1910.134
This course teaches employees the basic use of the air purifying and air supplied breathing apparatus. It covers selection, use, limitations, and care of the apparatus.
SAFETY SUPERVISOR TRAINING8.0 
This course will prepare the supervisor to take proactive approaches to maintaining a safer workplace and correcting safety deficiencies before they contribute to an incident.
SCAFFOLD INSPECTION COMPETENT8.0OSHA 29CFR 1910
This course is designed to educate the employee on basic scaffolding safety and competent use of scaffolding equipment during use.
TOXIC/HAZARD SUBSTANCES2.0OSHA 29CFR 1910 SUBPART Z
This course includes what are toxic and hazardous substances and safety precautions on handling the substances.