Construction & General Industry

 

 

Construction:  Fall protection, trenching, excavations, PPE, scaffolding, suspended scaffolding, hazard communication, jobsite fire protection, flagger, concrete & masonry, material handling, demolition, ladders & stairways, crane rigging & signaling, crane operator certification, steel erection

 

 

General Industry:  Aerial lifts & elevating platforms, bloodborne pathogens, confined space rescue, electrical safety, egress, fire extinguisher, flammables, forklift, hand and power tools, hazard communication, HAZWOPER, hearing conservation, lockout/tagout, machine guarding, NFPA70(e), PPE, process safety, respiratory protection, welding safety

 

 

 

Other Services

 

  • On-site inspections

  • Machine guarding, LOTO Audits

  • Complete Safety Audit

  • Accident Investigation

  • Noise Surveys

  • Safety & Health Program Development

  • Respiratory Fit Testing

Lockout/Tagout Procedures

 

 

Get a complete audit of hazardous energy sources with a customized lockout/tagout policy and procedures complete with photos and labels.  Lockout/tagout certification available, covering OSHA 29 CFR 1910.147: procedures, equipment, auditing and training requirements.

Equipment Training & more...

 

 

  • Aerial, scissor and boom lift training

  • 3-year Powered Industrial Truck certification available for classes one through seven - provided on-site. 

  • ATSSA Flagger Training

  • Crane operator certification and crane rigging and signaling

  • Hand & Power Tools

  • Powder-actuated tools

  • Lasers

Services

 

10 & 30-Hour Maritime

 

 

OSHA designed the 10-hour maritime course for industry workers to learn how to file a complaint, employer responsiblities in the workplace, and how identify and abate safety hazards.

 

This is a voluntary program that does not meet ANY OSHA training requirements.  For information on OSHA-required training, see our other services. 

 

However, the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) issued regulation 009-74, requiring all repair and maintenance employees on vessels, dry docks or piers to have a valid 10-hour OSHA Maritime (#7615) Shipyard Employment Card within 60 days of employment.

 

Authorized by OSHA 5400, our trainers conduct the two-day course either at your facility, our training center in Maryland, or a third-party facility.  Then, training documents are submitted OSHA, who sends #7615 Shipyard Employment cards to be distributed.

 

Updated in July 2015, NAVSEA 009-74

 

Other OSHA 10 & 30-Hour Courses

 

 

 

  • OSHA 10-Hour Construction

  • OSHA 10-Hour General Industry

  • OSHA 30-Hour Construction

  • OSHA 30-Hour General Industry