Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC): SRP Environmental’s SPCC training is developed using a facility-specific SPCC plan. The training program is based on the type of material being stored on site, facility contingency plans, and employee involvement in spill response. Topics will include the best approach to emergency responses, notification procedures, and an overview of incident command. This program is delivered in one- two hour session.
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.
Fire Extinguisher Use: Fires need four elements to ignite. These elements can vary and they create different classes of fires. Because of this, fire extinguishers have different classifications. Learn how to properly use a fire extinguisher and read the labels so you can kill the fire.
Fire Safety: 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.
Hearing Conservation Program: All employees working in high noise areas must receive training annually, per the OSHA Noise Standard. This training session includes an overview of noise and its measurement, health hazards of noise, permissible noise levels, monitoring, audiometric testing program, hearing protection, record keeping, and sources of noise. The noise surveys and levels for the client’s facility will be discussed. Students will demonstrate proficiency in using the hearing protection provided by the employer. This program is delivered in one- two hour session.
Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S): 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 working around H2S.
Lockout/Tagout: Whenever maintenance on a machine is required, it must be properly locked out to prevent a surge of electrical energy from starting the machine and causing injury or death. Learn the proper precautions to locking and tagging a machine and the regulated requirements.
Fall Prevention/Protection: This course covers the aspects of the OSHA Walking/Working surface standard as well as the OSHA Fall Protection standard. Types of Fall Protection utilized at the facility will be discussed and demonstrated. Classroom participation for each student will also be included. The types of Walking/Working surfaces at the facility will be evaluated with the individual hazards of each surface discussed. This program is delivered one- two hour session.
HazCom – GHS Hazardous Communication: 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. These requirements include labeling, Material
Safety Data sheets, employee information and training, and record keeping. This program is delivered in one- two hour session
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):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. This program is delivered in one- two hour session.
Respiratory Protection: This course is based on the OSHA regulations as outlined in 29 CFR, Part 1910.134. Anyone who wears a respirator including disposable paper masks must be trained prior to wearing the respirator. The course helps to satisfy this requirement and will provide information to help you select the correct equipment, understand how to protect yourself, clean and maintain your equipment and other requirements OSHA places on those who wear respirators. Respirators utilized by
the client will be discussed and students will demonstrate proficiency in the proper use of the respirators. This program is delivered in one- two hour session.
Hand Safety: Your hands are important and the loss of even part of your hand can change how you live and function. Learn about personal protective equipment and safety precautions that assist you in keeping your hands and arms from being injured by sharp objects, chemicals, abrasions, punctures, and extreme temperatures.
Electrical Safety: This training session covers basic information about electricity and the hazards of electrical shock, including methods to prevent electrical hazards. This training session also covers the skills and techniques necessary to safely work on or near exposed energized electrical circuits. Topics reviewed include the OSHA Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices standard, personal protective equipment, and selection and use of equipment. This program is delivered in one- two hour session.