Course List

 

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Accident Investigation Areas covered in the Course include the goals of an accident investigation, securing an accident scene, “root-cause” analysis, the importance of investigative interviews, assisting in an accident investigation, the importance of warning signs in accident prevention, reporting “near misses”, the role of policies, equipment and training in accident prevention, and more. Using a combination of audio, full-motion video, text and colorful graphics, this Course provides cost-effective Safety and Regulatory Compliance training. This program is delivered in one- two hour session.
Agricultural Safety Agricultural safety is vital to the livelihood of the business and the people who work in it. Safety training includes things like hearing, respiratory protection, fall prevention, handling hazardous materials, loader certification programs, CPR and First Aid, OSHA certification training and any other specific training for your business. Please contact us for more information.
Asbestos Awareness Training The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires employees working in areas containing Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM) to be trained in methods of recognition and awareness of the ACM. This course covers the ACM in the client’s facility and work practices to minimize exposure to the employees. This program is delivered in one- two hour session.
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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.
Behavior Based Safety Behavior influences attitude, and attitude influences behavior.” BBS training focuses on creating a safe and productive environment by applying better decision making practices and increased awareness for real world situations to decrease accidents and prevent injuries.
Bioterrorism Training Bioterrorism is the intentional release of biological agents such as viruses, bacteria, or toxins. These agents can cause illness and death in people, plants, or animals. It is important to know that biological agents have limitations. Learn the facts about bioterrorism and what to do.
Bloodborne Pathogens All employees who have the potential to be exposed to Bloodborne pathogens on the job are required to have initial training in Bloodborne pathogens. Training is also required on an annual basis. This program is delivered in one- two hour session.
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Chemical Hygiene When handling chemicals, accidents can occur. Using personal protective equipment and safe handling practices can insure you and your employees stay safe and injury free.
Confined Space Awareness Program (Supervisor and Rescue) This course is designed for anyone who works around confined spaces. Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to identify a confined space and understand its associated hazards. This program is a must for any employer with confined spaces on site or whose employees may encounter confined spaces during their normal course of employment. This course discusses, but does not certify confined space rescue methods. This program is delivered in one- two hour session
Contractor Safety Meet OSHA standards and reduce liability & injury exposures. Inform your contractors of the safety requirements on your job site. This program is delivered in one- two hour session. OSHA regulations include record keeping, training, HazCom program, first aid, PPE, Confined space & trenching/shoring, Ladder and scaffolding safety, Tool & electrical hazards; lock-out/tag-out
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Defensive Driving Simulator In this module students are trained using our “Hands On” defensive driving simulator.
DOT HM 181/126F This course is designed to assist employers with Compliance of 49 CFR Section 172.704. Anyone who is involved with the transport or storage of hazardous materials must be trained, such as employees working in warehouses, shipping and receiving. Learn package selection and preparation using regulated marking, labeling, and placecarding. and preparing shipping papers; modal-specific variations, etc. The class will discuss the client’s policies for shipping and receiving hazardous materials. This program is delivered in one- four hour session.
DOT Training Congress gives The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) the authority to issue regulations for the safe transportation of hazardous materials in intrastate, interstate and foreign commerce. This authority was granted in the Hazardous Materials Transportation Act (HMTA), first adopted in 1974 and amended in November, 1990, as the Hazardous Materials Transportation Uniform Safety Act of 1990 (HMTUSA). Training to safely transport hazardous material, packaging requirements for these materials, and the regulated labels can mean the difference between a safe transport and a dangerous one.
Demolition Within the demolition process, employees can be exposed to hazardous materials being released into the environment. The use of personal protective equipment, safety practices, ergonomics, and knowledge of materials can keep you and your employees safe.
Drug and Alcohol There are many substances, legal and illegal, that can have a tremendous adverse effect on your safety and the safety of those around you. Learn your rights about testing and what you can expect.
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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.
Emergency Evacuation This course covers basic evacuation procedures including communication procedures, assembly, means of egress and basic use of fire extinguishers. Students will be instructed on emergency evacuation procedures against a range of threat situations. Students may utilize and demonstrate proficiency using fire extinguishers at the client’s request. This program is delivered one- two hour sessions.
Emergency Procedure and Preparedness Because accidents are never scheduled, being prepared and ready to respond with a plan from proper training and with the correct equipment can mean the difference between protecting and saving lives.
Ergonomics This course will discuss the basics of Ergonomics, the science of adapting the job to fit the employee. We will discuss safe lifting techniques, musculoskeletal injury prevention, workstation evaluation and basic stretching techniques. The program will focus on how to avoid stress and strain on the job. This program is delivered in one-two hour session.
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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.
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.
First Aid / CPR Students completing these courses will receive certification through the American Red Cross in First Aid and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR). The First Aid course will include basic tips on treatment of minor wounds such as cuts, insect bites, sprains and strains. The CPR class will include training on resuscitation of victims who are not breathing and/or have no heartbeat. Use of the Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) will also be discussed. This program is delivered in two-four hour sessions.
Forklift Safety The Forklift/Manlift safety training course provides participants a general understanding of the safe and efficient operation of an Industrial Powered Fork Truck, to help companies comply with OSHA regulations. Forklift certification will teach participants / employees how to identify specific health and safety hazards associated with operating a powered industrial lift truck.The Powered Industrial Trucks used by the client will be used for the training.This program is delivered in one- four hour session.
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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.
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Incident Investigation Anytime there is an incident that results in the harm or injury of someone, there must be an investigation into that incident to discover how it occurred and how it could have been prevented. This training keeps you and others safe and teaches recognition and awareness of your surroundings.
Industrial Hygiene Training includes recognition of occupational chemical health hazards. Evaluation methods and analytical procedures used to determine level of exposure to chemical and toxic hazards. Control measures and compliance with OSHA requirements with special emphasis on industrial ventilation, and other methods of control. This program is delivered in one- two hour session.
Injury/Illness Recordkeeping Recordkeeping is one of the most critical requirements on which OSHA is currently focusing its compliance enforcement efforts. It’s essential that you properly document a work-related injury or illness and retain the necessary records, or you’ll risk hefty fines and other penalties. Learn what a recordable illness or injury is, how to properly document and incident, and how long to keep these records.
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Job Safety Analysis Job Safety Analysis (JSA) is a proven process for controlling operating hazards and costs. The JSA is a participatory process, requiring input, feedback and cooperative effort from the line employees, supervisors and upper management. The course provides participants with a step-by-step overview of the JSA process, and examines the participant’s role in the JSA. The class is taught through lectures and demonstrations. Students analyze sample work tasks to familiarize themselves with the basic elements of the JSA process. This program is delivered in one-two hour session.
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Lab Safety Recognition of occupational chemical health hazards. Evaluation methods and analytical procedures used to determine level of exposure to chemical and toxic hazards. Control measures and compliance with OSHA requirements with special emphasis on industrial ventilation, and other methods of control. This program is delivered in one- two hour session.
Lead Awareness The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires training for employees working with products or materials containing Lead. This course covers health effects of lead, common sources of lead and work practices to minimize exposure to lead. The materials and products used or produced by the client that contain Lead will be discussed. This program is delivered in one- two hour session.
Ladder Safety Ladders are made from different materials. Ladder safety comes from knowing which ladder to select for the job, how to properly set it up, safe climbing and standing, and how to inspect, care, and store this equipment. Learn about falls and fall safety to prevent injuries to yourself and others.
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.
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Machine Guarding Machine parts that move can cause severe injuries such as crushed fingers, hands, or arms, amputations, burns, or even blindness. Guards help prevent body parts from slipping into the machine. Any part of the machine that can cause harm to the operator or those standing close by must be safe guarded. OSHA regulates the standards of machine guarding.
Man Lift When operating machinery, you must have an awareness of the area around you, the people working nearby, the path you must travel, and the material you may be transporting. You must wear the correct personal protective equipment and know how to care for it. You may need to be certified to work on a lift. Learn the proper safety techniques and procedures to help yourself and those you work with.
Mold Awareness The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires employees working in areas containing Mold to be trained in methods of recognition and awareness of the presence of mold. This course covers the Mold Awareness in the client’s facility and work practices to minimize exposure to the employees. This program is delivered in one- two hour session
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Noise Noise is all around us. It can cause stress, headaches, tension, and hearing loss. Noise is part of our everyday environment and can have a great and lasting effect on all of us. Learning how we are affected can help us know how to handle noise, what safe decibel levels are, and what noise can start hearing loss or even cause deafness. Learn how to protect yourself and your hearing with ear plugs, head phones, and other equipment.
NORM Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material (NORM) can be result from activities like burning coal, oil and gas production, and making and using fertilizers. Learn the different sources of NORM, how to protect yourself, and how to set up controls to reduce the effects when working around NORM.
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OSHA General Industry
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30 Hour
OSHA HAZCOM Training 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 possiblility 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. Please see the OSHA HAZCOM Regulations for further information.
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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.
Pollution Prevention/General 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. This program is delivered in one- two hour session.
Powered Industrial Trucks/Forklifts This class in necessary for new operators and want to ensure they have proper training according to OSHA regulation 29 CFR 1910.178. This class is also necessary for all existing operators who have missing paperwork, are not sure if they recieved all the correct training, and/or were trained prior to 1999 when OSHA updated their standards. This training explains the realities of operating a forklift unsafely and give operators an appreciation for importance to their job, themselves, and others.
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Radiation-ionizing, Non-ionizing, Protection The course reviews the ionizing & non-ionizing radiation hazards from machine sources, the risk assessment for this hazard, and the control practices that allow for effective minimization of the risk. The course is intended for employees, technical staff and contractors who may be working with machines producing ionizing and/or non-ionizing radiation. This program is delivered in one- two hour session.
RCRA Resource and Conservation Recovery Act training teaches you about the storage, production, and transportation of hazardous material, types of hazardous 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.
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.
RigPass (SafeLand) SRP Environmental’s IADC Accredited and SafeLand USA Endorsed Rig Pass course is designed to ensure that all employees on oil and gas sites have an equal level of core HSE training as a part of their orientation. The Rig Pass course is usually completed in a one-day, eight-hour class. After successful completion of the course, each student is given a unique id card and bar code which allows access to most prime contractor oil and gas sites. The training is intended for new employees, but every employee regardless of time of service is required to possess a valid Rig Pass card. This class is a one-time requirement, refresher training is not necessary.
See our page for SafeLand(RigPass) training.
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Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) SRP Environmental’s SPCC training is developed using a facility-specific Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures Compliance 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.
SWPPP Storm water In this training session, employees learn how pollution occurs when hazardous materials are transported by run-off water. They will learn how to prevent leaks, how to prevent waste from seeping into the water, how proper controls work, what safety measures and materials to use, waste disposal and correct containers.
SafeLand RigPass IADC See our page for SafeLand(RigPass) training
SafeLand PEC Basic See our Page for SafeLand PEC Basic training
SafeLand PEC Core See our page for SafeLand PEC Core training
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Trenching/Shoring Excavation is recognized as one of the most hazardous parts of construction and, as such, is regulated by OSHA. Safety training for trenching and shoring recognizes the hazards and assists with preventing them from occurring. When digging, cave-ins, confined spaces, exposure to H2S, and many other hazards are possible. With the correct safety training, you can prevent accidents and injuries from occurring.
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Walking/Working Surface 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.
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. This program is delivered in one- two hour session.