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Shipping, Handling & Storage of Hazardous Substance (DOT) Air Classes Available Classes Available

Hours: 8

This intensive one day course covers procedures for safe handling, storing, and preparing hazardous substances for shipment by Air as required by the International Civil Aviation Organization. Students will receive up to date, hands-on instruction in requirements for domestic and international shipments, classifications according to the Dangerous Goods Table & packing and labeling specifications. In addition, an update/refresher of applicable Department of Transportation regulations is presented.

Fee: $249

Shipping, Handling & Storage of Hazardous Substance (DOT) Ground Classes Available Classes Available

Hours: 8

This intensive one day course covers procedures for safe handling, storing, and preparing hazardous substances for shipment by Ground as required by applicable Department of Transportation regulations. You will receive up-to-date, hands-on instruction in using reference materials, labeling, and preparing materials for shipment. Students will also learn the critical competencies required for properly responding to hazardous substance emergencies.

Fee: $249

Powered Industrial Trucks - Train the Trainer Classes Available Classes Available

Hours: 4

This four hour seminar will discuss basic training techniques, the OSHA requirements for powered industrial truck training and methods to present this training to powered industrial truck operators.

Fee: $150

HAZWOPER 24 Hour Training Classes Available Classes Available

Hours: 24

Initial off-site hazardous waste operations and emergency response training for non-routine site workers and emergency responders. During this course, the groundwork is established for future site-specific training needed by employees. Topics include: properties of hazardous substance, hazard recognition and risk assessment, selection and use of personal protection equipment, site evaluation, monitoring and safe work practices, incident command and emergency response and decontamination methods, procedures and more.

Fee: $599

HAZWOPER 40 Hour Training Classes Available Classes Available

Hours: 40

This comprehensive training is recommended for those who have a potential for hazardous substance exposure while performing required duties. It meets off-site training requirements for general site workers and RCRA operations site workers. Emergency response personnel and other hazardous materials workers will find this course extremely valuable for initial training. Topics include: properties of hazardous substances, hazardous recognition and incident prevention, selection, use and care of personal protective equipment, site safety and health responsibilities, plans and procedures, emergency response planning and spill containment, decontamination methods and procedures, safe work practices and more. Hands-on experience is an essential part of the course.

Fee: $849

HAZWOPER 8 Hour Refresher Training

Prerequisites: EHSM 6005 or EHSM 6006

Hours: 8

Prerequisite: EHSM 7900 or EHSM 7901. OSHA requires HAZWOPER trained personnel to receive at least eight hours refresher training annually. This training provides information updates, skills improvement and hands-on exercises.

Fee: $249

Crane Operator Certification Preparation Course for Operators in Training

Hours: 24

This five (5) day preparation course is designed to give aspiring crane operators information to help them prepare for the written examination requirement for certification.

Fee: $0

Crane Operator Certification Preparation Course

Hours: 24

This three (3) day course is intended to assist crane operators prepare for the written NCCO examination required for crane operator certification. Day four (4) of this course is the written examination.

Fee: $1,200

Crane Operator Re-Certification Preparation Course

Hours: 16

Prerequisite: Class participants must possess a current NCCCO Certification. This two (2) day refresher course is designed to update the skills and knowledge of certified crane operators to help them prepare for the written re-certification examination. Day 2 of the course is the re-certification exam.

Fee: $600

Crane Operator NCCO Certification Test

Hours: 8

Prerequisite: Ability to safely operate the crane to receive certification (NCCO). Test is given in accordance with NCCO Crane Certification standards.

Fee: $200

OSHA for Healthcare

Hours: 8

Basic to intermediate course describing hazards in a healthcare environment and the correlating OSHA standards. Coursework includes controls for patient handling, slips/trips/falls, work place violence, blood-born pathogens, and OSHA¿s relationship to JACHO and Centers for Medicare.

Fee: $225

Confined Space Rescue

Prerequisites: OSHA 7300

Hours: 8

Prerequisite: OSHA 7300. This course provides hands-on experience in our Confined Space Simulator for persons work in confined spaces. Each level of confined space worker responsibilities is covered.

Fee: $269

10-Hour Construction Industry Safety and Health Outreach Program

Hours: 10

This course provides the participants with an overview of the OSHA standards relevant to the construction industry. Various topics are presented in a 10 hour format. Among the subjects covered in the program are: an introduction to OSHA, electrical safety, fall protection, excavation, and trenching safety.

Fee: $225

10-Hour General Industry Safety and Health Outreach Program

Hours: 10

This course provides the participants with an overview of the safety & health hazards associated with general industry processes. Various topics are presented in a 10-hour format. Among the subjects covered are electrical safety, machine guarding, material handling, and hazardous materials.

Fee: $225

30-Hour Construction Industry Safety and Health Outreach Program

Hours: 30

This course provides the participants with an overview of the safety and health hazards associated with construction industry processes. Various topics presented in a 30-hour format. Among the subjects covered are; electrical safety, fall protection, excavations and trenches, tools, ladders, scaffolding, and welding.

Fee: $699

30-Hour General Industry safety and Health Outreach Program

Hours: 30

This course provides the participants with an overview of the safety & health hazards associated with general industry processes. Various topics are presented in a 30-hour format. Among the subjects covered are; electrical safety, walking/working surfaces, fire protection, hazardous materials, and machine guarding.

Fee: $699

Industrial Hygiene Formula Review

Hours: 8

Review of common industrial hygiene formulas in preparation for the Industrial Hygiene Certification Exam. Includes; statistics, unit conversions, chemistry, air sampling, ventilation, noise, radiation, and heat exposure. Textbook, workbook and calculator included.

Fee: $179

VT Forklift Operations Training

Hours: 150

Prerequisite: ACE Forklift course. The focus of this 150 hour course is to instruct students in the proper operation, maintenance, inspection of powered industrial trucks (forklifts) and adherence to OSHA general industry standards for powered industrial trucks. The course will focus on instructing students in the proper operation of powered industrial trucks, to include; 100 hours of driving time on the forklift. Featured topics include; lift truck safety, material handling standards, public warehousing, operations, facilities, maintenance, training, hazard communication, equipment design and function, and inspections. Course requires multiple tests with a completion grade of 70% and driving course with a completion grade of 70%.

Fee: $0

Incident Response for Health Care

Hours: 40

This course is a five (5) day course schedule in which topics are covered such as hazardous materials, emergency response, the first receiver's' role in a mass casualty incident, and proper decontamination techniques. The course provides an in-depth look at how mass casualty incidents involving hazardous materials can be effectively controlled, managed, and stabilized. Our operations course allows every student to get hours of quality hands on training. The course includes; OSHA regulations, hazard recognition, tactical objectives, and HICS (Hospital Incident Command System) principals. Two days of hands-on training includes; use and selection of PPE, decontamination procedures and multiple hands on scenarios. Students will decide upon individual roles and responsibilities according to the HICS model and prepare for their roles during the hands on scenarios.

Fee: $849

Introduction to Global Harmonization System GHS

Hours: 4

This course is designed for private sector personnel from all types of industry as well as end users of chemicals. It is designed to present an introduction to the Global Harmonization System of chemical classification and hazard communication. This four hour course will provide an overview of the GHS ¿Purple book¿ and OSHA 1910.1200. This course will also provide detailed information about the new required elements for chemical labels and chemical Safety Data Sheets (SDS)

Fee: $0

Last Modified: 3/13/12