Hazard Communication (Globally Harmonized System)-Hazwoper-Personal Protective Equipment -Back SafetyHazwoper/Emergency Response Awareness-Waste Management -Fire Prevention-First Aid/CPR/AED/BBP Awareness-Defensive Driving-H2S Awareness Odessa, Texas

  1. Hazard Communication (Globally Harmonized System)


Hazardous substances in the workplace, in some forms and concentrations, pose potential health hazards to employees who are exposed to these substances. Departments and employees have a right and a need to know the properties and potential hazards of substances to which they may be exposed. Such knowledge is essential in reducing the incidence of occupational disease. By attending this training, SRP can assist departments in complying with your company Hazard Communication Program requirements. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has regulations regarding the health and safety training of employees that employers must comply with. HAZCOM is the employee’s Right-to-Know about any hazardous substance located where they work, the possibility of coming into contact with that substance, the properties of the substance, what harm the substance may cause, and how to maintain safety around that substance. Learn how each business must have on hand an MSDS, how to read labels and warnings, and what to do if you are injured because of a hazardous substance. These requirements include labeling, Material Safety Data sheets, employee information and training, and record keeping. Instruction is provided on the following:


  • Identification of Chemicals
  • Definitions
  • Chemical Inventory
  • MSDS Requirements
  • Housekeeping & Storage
  • Labels and Warnings
  • Employee Information
  • Training Requirements
  • Written Programs
  • PPE


  1.  Personal Protective Equipment

You can’t eliminate all physical hazards through engineering or administrative controls. Personal protective equipment provides a last line of defense. However, data shows that most workers who suffer eye, head, and foot injuries aren’t wearing PPE. These injuries can be lessened or avoided altogether with proper PPE. OSHA requires that all employers assess their workplace for hazards and certify this assessment. SRP Environmental’s PPE Compliance Training Seminar will help you meet these requirements. In just four hours, we’ll walk you through the key elements of the OSHA PPE regulation (29CFR 1910.132-140, Subpart I), and show you how to protect your employees and your business. Instruction is provided on the following:

  • PPE Assessment
  • Controlling Hazards
  • Selection and Fit
  • Adjustment of PPE
  • Re-assessing Hazards
  • Eye and Face Protection
  • Hard Hats
  • Head, Foot and Hand Protection
  • Respiratory Requirements
  • Types of Respirators
  • Hearing Protection
    • Standard
    • Style
    • Clearing & care
    • Fit
    • NRR
  • Definition
  • Zero Tolerance
  • Statistics
  • Examples
  • Worker Responsibilities
  • Sources of Assistance
  1. Back Safety

Back injuries are exceedingly painful. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than one million workers suffer back injuries each year. Learn how to protect yourself and your employees by proper lifting and personal protective equipment. Instruction is provided on the following:

  • Introduction / Statistics
  • Why back injuries occur
  • Lifting Safely
  • Alternatives to Lifting
  • Safety Tips for Lifting
  • Exercises for the Back
  • Walking-Working Surfaces
  • General Requirements
  • Guarding Floor and Wall Openings and Holes
  • Definitions
  • Do’s and Don’ts of Housekeeping
  • Ergonomics
  • Posture
  • Entering and Exiting the vehicle
  • Loading and Unloading Safety


  1. Hazwoper/Emergency Response Awareness (This class is a one hour overview only and does not provide 24-hour, 40-hour or 8-hour refresher certification to students) Instruction is provided on the following:
  • HAZWOPER Awareness
  • First Responder Responsibilities
  • North American Emergency Response Guidebook
  • Corrective actions involving clean-up operations at sites covered by the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976 (RCRA);
  • Operations involving hazardous wastes that are conducted at treatment, storage and disposal sites;
  • Emergency response operations for releases of, or substantial threats of releases of, hazardous substances regardless of the location of the hazard.


  1. Waste Management

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requires companies that produce Hazardous Waste must train their employees on Waste Minimization methods and Pollution Prevention techniques. This course discusses the client’s site specific waste streams and their policies and procedures to minimize waste, both hazardous and non-hazardous. Instruction is provided on the following:

  • Regulations
    • Federal reporting ·
    • State reporting
  • Responsibilities·
    • Report all discharges, leaks & spills
    • Minimize waste
    • All wastes go in specific containers
    • Resource and Conservation Recovery Act: storage, production, and transportation of hazardous material, types of waste, how to reduce the waste that is produced, and read labels to let you know what type of hazardous material you may be dealing with.
  1. First Aid/CPR/AED/BBP Awareness (This is not a First Aid/CPR Certification Class) The course includes basic tips on treatment of minor wounds such as cuts, insect bites, sprains and strains. It also covers training on resuscitation of victims who are not breathing and/or have no heartbeat. Use of the Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) is also discussed.
  • Respond to only level trained
  • Report all incidents or exposures
  • Know who to call in an emergency
  • Who is covered by the standard
  • HBV and HIV Diseases
  • Universal Practices
  • Work practices / Controls


  1. Fire Prevention and Portable Fire Extinguishers. Because fires can start in numerous ways, awareness of these potential causes and how to create a safe environment can prevent both fire-related loss and injuries.  Instruction is provided on the following:
  • Fire Protection, Prevention and Detection
  • Elements of a Fire
  • Fire Classification
  • Extinguishing Methods (Class Room & Hands-On with Bullex)
  • PASS Method
  • Types of Extinguishers
  • Inspection and Use of Extinguishers
  • Emergency Evacuation Procedures


  1. Defensive Driving (This is an awareness course and does not involve hands-on assessment or demonstration. Furthermore, DOT-Hours of Service is a course that we can teach but is not part of this 1-hour Instruction).  Instruction is provided on the following:
  • Valid Driving Licenses
  • Road Conditions
  • Driver Fatigue
  • Cell-phone usage
  • Vehicle condition & inspections
  • Driving to the job – plan ahead
  • Adverse weather
  • Seatbelt usage
  • Driving under the influence
  • Parking
  • Rail Crossing Safety Awareness
  • Rollover Prevention


  1. H2S Awareness

Hydrogen Sulfide leaks from the ground due to decaying organic matter and can be deadly. Know the signs and symptoms of H2S to protect yourself and others as well as learning precautions when the possibility of working around H2S happens. Instruction is provided on the following:


  • Recognition
  • Assessment
  • Monitoring
  • Respiratory Protection
  • EAP’s
  • Exposure Considerations
  • Ventilation Considerations
  • Biological Effects
  • Physical Effects
  • Flammability
  • Toxicity
  • PPE