OSHA Outreach Training 10/30

10 Hour OSHA General Industry Outreach (with Cal/OSHA Endorsement)

The 10-hour training program is primarily intended for entry level workers.

The primary focus of this course is on the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of workplace hazards.  Upon successful completion students will receive an OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Card.

30 Hour OSHA General Industry Outreach (with Cal/OSHA Endorsement)

The 30-hour training program is intended to provide workers with some safety responsibility and a greater depth and variety of training than the 10 hour with the same focus in the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of workplace hazards.  Upon successful completion students will receive an OSHA 30 Hour General Industry Card.

10 Hour OSHA Construction Outreach

The 10-hour training program is primarily intended for entry level workers.

The primary focus of this course is on the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of workplace hazards.  Upon successful completion students will receive an OSHA 10 Hour Construction Card.

30 Hour OSHA Construction Outreach

The 30-hour construction training program is intended to provide workers with some safety responsibility a greater depth and variety of training than the 10 hour with the same focus in  the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of workplace hazards.   Upon successful completion students will receive an OSHA 30 Hour Construction Card.

Safety & Health Training

Personal Protective Equipment and Hazard Asssessment

Employers must perform a hazard assessment of each work task for the purposes of determining what PPE is required to be used on that task.  We provide training to employers on how to conduct this assessment.  If employees are required to wear PPE they must be trained.  In addition to training we assist employers in the hazard assessment process that determined what PPE is necessary for each operation at their site.  We assist with respiratory protection selection, industrial hygiene exposure assessment, respiratory protection program development and respirator fit testing.

HAZWOPER - Hazardous Waste Operations & Emergency Response

The HAZWOPER standard covers all employers performing the following three general categories of work operations: 1) Hazardous waste site cleanup operations (e.g., SUPERFUND cleanup), 2) Operations involving hazardous waste that are conducted at treatment, storage, and disposal (TSD) facilities (e.g., landfill that accepts hazardous waste), and 3) Emergency response operations involving hazardous substance releases (e.g., chemical spill at a manufacturing plant).  Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response training must be provided to all employees who will work on the site such as equipment operators, general laborers, and supervisors or managers who may have exposure to hazardous substances. 

Electrical Safety and NFPA 70E

Electricians and maintenance workers (qualified persons) who are exposed to electrical hazards must be trained.  We provide NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) 70E training which (according to OSHA) is THE industry standard for electrical safety in the workplace.  We also provide training to other employees (non qualified persons) who are potentially exposed to electrical hazards as required by OSHA.  Additionally, we provide Electrical Arc Flash Analysis.

Fall Protection

If employees are exposed to fall hazards in general industry or construction they must be trained.  We provide training in fall protection, personal fall arrest systems, scaffolding, aerial lift and develop and deliver custom training solutions.

Hydrogen Sulfide Awareness (H2S)

The AWARE H2S Training Program was created by West Virginia University and safety professionals in the oil and gas industry through OSHA’s Susan Harwood Training Grant.  This course provides students with knowledge meeting the ANSI 390.1 – Accepted Practices  for Hydrogen Sulfide Training Programs. The course is delivered in 7 modules that  equal 4 hours total training. Topics covered include: Physical and Chemical Properties,   Sources of H2S, High Risk Areas, Sulfur Dioxide, Routes of Exposure, Symptoms of Exposure, Exposure Limits, Toxicity, Flammable Range, Fatalities, Hierarchy of Controls, Methods of Detection, Control Measures, Selection Criteria, Respiratory Protection Program, Location Safety, Dispersion, Warning Signs, Emergency Drills, Rescue and First Aid. Students in attendance are given a card of completion. 

Training Needs Assessment

Training must be based on a need.  We conduct training needs assessments to help close the training gaps. We develop and deliver custom training solutions that meet the clients needs.

Environmental and DOT/HAZMAT Training

RCRA - Resource Conservation and Recovery Act

This course is designed for employees who work with hazardous waste and hazardous waste generators. Any worker who is responsible for ensuring compliance with EPA hazardous waste regulations, including anyone who reads and interprets RCRA regulation, develops facility procedures, or trains other employees involves in handling and managing hazardous waste.

HAZMAT - Shipper

Managers, supervisors and workers who are responsible for compliance with DOT regulations (49 CFR) for hazardous materials shipping must be trained.  This course provides DOT hazmat training to prepare and offer hazardous materials shipments for transportation.

Program Specific Training

Many programs are driven by permits that contain requirements for the employer to perform in order to be in compliance.  We can develop training programs that support your compliance efforts in any environmental program. 

About Our Trainers

We Follow the Gold Standards - our trainers are certified.

Certified Safety Professionals (CSP)

We believe that a trainer must be among the best technically.  Regardless of the topic all trainers are current CSP's through the Board of Certified Safety Professionals.

Certified Instructional Trainers (CIT)

In addition to exceptional technical skills our trainers possess the CIT (formerly CET - Certified Environmental, Safety & Health Trainer).  Many professions recognize the need for certification to identify competency in their respective fields. Just as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in accounting denotes a measurable standard of competency, the CIT is recognized as having met the professional challenge of illustrating competency in training through education and/or training, experience, and examination. Regardless of the topic all trainers are current CIT's  through the Board of Certified Safety Professionals.

Construction Safety and Health Technician (CHST)

If your training topic deals with a construction topic your trainer will hold the Certified Health and Safety Technician certification (CHST) in addition to the CSP and CIT.

Certified Electrical Safety Compliance Professional (CESCP)

If your training topic deals with electricity your trainer will hold the CESCP (by the National Fire Protection Association - NFPA) credential in addition to the CIT.  The NFPA Certified Electrical Safety Compliance Professional (CESCP) certification program is designed to meet the needs of electrical and safety professionals who oversee electrical safety programs or who manage electricians and other personnel exposed to electrical hazards.

The CESCP certification showcases an individual’s knowledge and proficiency with the practices and concepts found in NFPA 70E - Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace.