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Setting Up A Joint Labor/Management Safety and Health Committee – 3 day program, Emphasizes the importance of joint relationships, both the comany and union working together in small groups to learn key elements for a proactive safety committee. Draft a joint mission statement and outline their joint commitments to safety and the employees.
Job Safety and Hazard Analysis Program – 2 day program, To reduce employee injuries, lower workers’ compensation premiums and reduce overall risk of OSHA imposed citations. Conduct a proactive job safety/hazard analysis and coplete a Job Safety.Hazard Analysis Worksheet which includes recommended corrective action(s)/procedure(s).
Accident/Incident Prevention – 40-hour program, Explains the requirements of the OSH Act and employee and employer responsibilities. Learn about OSHA standards and how they apply to the workplace and how to implement a preventative injury/illness program through immediate reporting of all accidents and near misses and root cause analysis.
Occupational Disease and the Workplace – 24-hour program, Using workgroup activities and discussions covering body systems, physiology, methods of control, perform epidemiology studies and identify if occupational disease is occurring.
Employee Accident/Incident Prevention Awareness Program – 4-hour Labor/Management program, Learn about your facility’s injury/illness data history focuing on the top three concerns, the importance of early reporting of all accidents and near misses, root cause analysis, and why we need to investigate all accidents and near misses within a timely manner.
Workplace Toxicology – Provides basic knowledge and instruction for performing chemical research, chemical exposure toxicological effects, terminology and available resources.
Workplace/Area Inspection (Audit) – 24-hour program, Basic knowledge and techniques to perform area inspections or audits. Train smaller teams to conduct workplace inspections jointly in a proactive approach for hazard identification to prevent injuries/ illnesses, proper inspection procedures and recommendations for corrective action. Participants will conduct area inspections on the shop floor and report back their findings.
Accident/Incident and Near Miss Investigation – 24-hour program, Trains smaller teams to conduct investigations jointly to learn the importance of proactive vs. reactive approach for injury/illness prevention, proper investigation procedures and making recommendations to prevent injuries utilizing root cause analysis.
Understanding Work-Related Principles of Ergonomic Musculoskeletal and Nerve Disorders – Identifying and solving workplace musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs), repetitive motion signs and symptoms, and coverage of current OSHA compliance policies, learn the importance of joint labor/management ergonomic teams, and how to apply assessment and hazard analysis techniques.
Employee Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorder Awareness Program – 4-hour Labor/Management Site-Specific program, Learn about your facility’s Injury/Illness Data history focusing on the top 3 concerns, three stages of early symptom’s recognition and the importance of early reporting, anthropometry for the design/redesign of workstations and work areas.
Employee Injury and Illness Awareness Program – 4-hour Labor/Management Site-Specific program, Learn about their facility’s Injury/Illness Data history, focusing on the top three concerns, the effects on the human body by the hazards of work-related musculoskeletal disorders, the need for early reporting along, how to prevent injury/illness before and during the early stages, the need for total employee involvement throughout the facility, anthropometry for the design/redesign of workstations and work areas.
OSHA 10 and 30 Hour Outreach Construction – Outreach Training Program provides basic safety and health information and education, it does not fulfill an employer‘s requirement to provide training under specific OSHA standards.
OSHA 510 Construction Industry – 30-hour program that provides training from designated topics under OSHA 29 CFR 1926 from the OSHA Training Institute’s Outreach Program for enhanced construction safety knowledge and a prerequisite for the OSHA 500.
OSHA 500 Train-The-Trainer for Occupational Safety and Health Standards in Construction Industry – 40-hour program, Upon completion and passing the Department of Labor OSHA Trainer examination, students will be authorized to teach Construction Industry 10-hour and 30-hour Outreach courses for OSHA 29 CFR 1926 Standards. OSHA requires an OSHA 510 course plus other criteria as a prerequisite.
OSHA 10 and 30 Hour Outreach General Industry – The Outreach Training Program provides basic safety and health information and education, it does not fulfill an employer’s requirement to provide training under specific OSHA standards.
OSHA 511 General Industry – 30-hour program that provides training of designated topics under OSHA 29 CFR 1910 from the OSHA Training Institute’s Outreach Program for enhanced general industry safety knowledge and a prerequisite for the OSHA 501.
OSHA 501 Train-The-Trainer for Occupational Safety and Health Standards in General Industry – 40-hour program, Upon completion and passing the Department of Labor OSHA Trainer examination, students will be authorized to teach General Industry 10- and 30-hour courses for OSHA 29 CFR 1910 Standards. OSHA requires an OSHA 511 course plus other criteria as a prerequisite.
OSHA Outreach Trainer Re-Authorization 502 and 503 – 24-hour re-authorization program, Personnel who have completed the OSHA 500 or 501 Trainer course need periodical re-authorization, this program provides an update on applicable standards and OSHA policies.
Hazardous Materials & Emergency Response – 40-hour Site-specific Awareness, Operational and Technician Level Training programs, This training meets or exceeds OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 and DOT 49 CFR Hazardous Materials Transportation requirements. Training can be performed on-site and incorporates site policy and procedures.
Powered Industrial Trucks – 8-hour program, Safety training designed to address specific hazards associated with operating powered industrial trucks. OSHA’s General Industry Standard 1910.178 Powered Industrial Trucks is extensively examined.
Respiratory Protection – 8-hour or 16-hour program, Use and selection of respirators that meets or exceeds the requirements of OSHA 29 CFR 1910.134 and can incorporates site-specific policy and procedure. Hands-on instruction using site equipment. Training equipment can also be provided.
Hazard Communication – Meets or exceeds OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1200 and incorporates site-specific policy and procedure.
Personal Protective Equipment – Selection and use of Personal Protective Equipment per OSHA 29 CFR 1910 and OSHA 1926 PPE Standards and incorporates site-specific policy and procedure.
Chemical Protective Clothing – Selection and use of Chemical Protective Clothing and Gloves and incorporates site-specific policy and procedure and manufacturer’s recommendations and limitations.
Hazardous Energy Control (Lockout-Tagout) – Meets or exceeds OSHA 29 CFR 1910.147 requirements and incorporates site-specific policy and procedure.
Occupational Noise Exposure Awareness – Meets or exceeds OSHA 29 CFR 1910.95 requirements for selection and use and incorporates site-specific policy and procedure.
Bloodborne Pathogens – Awareness training that meets or exceeds the requirements of OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1030. Program can be designed to cover site-specific policy and procedure.
Emergency Evacuation – Provides training as required by OSHA 29 CFR 1910 Subpart E and all Standards that apply. Program can also be designed to cover and incorporate site-specific policy and procedure.
Fire Extinguisher and Emergency Action Plans – Fire extinguisher training as required by OSHA 29 CFR 1910 Subpart E and all Standards that apply. Program can also be designed to cover and incorporate site-specific policy and procedure.
Safety Awareness Programs – Site-specific developed training based on site assessment.
Safety and Health Train-the-Trainer Program – Trainer instruction and techniques to deliver IAM CREST curriculum or site-specific developed curriculum.
Other site-specific available training: These programs are designed specifically for the site being trained using the site safety and health plan and policies and procedures. They can be provided in conjunction with other programs as a site-specific need or as individual programs.
Scholarships Available For Training: Please remember to inquire about what types of funding are available for training attendees and programs.