Safety and Compliance

 
First Aid/CPR/AED/Blood Borne Pathogens:  This course provides instruction in Basic Life Support, dealing with blood and body fluids during the rendering of aid and procedures for dealing with typical on the job injuries and illnesses. The students who successfully complete this course will be certified in basic first aid for adults, adult CPR and AED along with Blood Borne Pathogens. The topics in this course can be split into stand alone sessions. These courses are certified by the National Safety Council and meet OSHA training requirements.  

Maximum number of students:20        Course Length: 8.0 hours

  
 OSHA 10 or 30 Hour Standards Class for General Industry:  
 
The
10 Hour Standards Class for General Industry provides instruction with respect to the structure of OSHA, workers rights under OSHA, hazard identification and how to eliminate workplace hazards within a general industry setting. The course requires a full ten hours of classroom attendance, must be taught over a two day period, and the time used for breaks or meals cannot be counted as part of the ten hours of instruction time. The students who successfully complete this course will receive a card of completion from the OSHA Training Institute.

Minimum Number of Students: 5     Maximum Number of Students: 20  

Class Length: 10.0 hours plus break and meal time

 
The
30 Hour Standards Class for General Industry provides instruction with respect to the structure of OSHA, workers rights under OSHA, hazard identification and how to eliminate workplace hazards within a general industry setting. The course also provides in depth instruction in multiple standards related to a general industry setting. The course requires a full 30 hours of classroom attendance, must be taught over a four or five day period, and the time used for breaks or meals cannot be counted as part of the 30 hours of instruction time. This course can be spread over more than five days. For more information about this option please contact Ms. Freddie Ann Hutchens at 803-288-3320 or freddieann@hutchensmoore.com.  The students who successfully complete this course will receive a card of completion from the OSHA Training Institute.

Minimum Number of Students: 5     Maximum Number of Students: 20

Class Length: 30.0 hours plus break and meal time

 

 
OSHA 10 or 30 Hour Standards Class for Construction Industry:

The 10 Hour Standards Class for Construction Industry provides instruction with respect to the structure of OSHA, workers rights under OSHA, hazard identification and how to eliminate workplace hazards within a construction industry setting. The course requires a full ten hours of classroom attendance, must be taught over a two day period, and the time used for breaks or meals cannot be counted as part of the ten hours of instruction time. The students who successfully complete this course will receive a card of completion from the OSHA Training Institute.

Minimum Number of Students: 5         Maximum Number of Students: 20

Class Length: 10.0 hours plus break and meal time

  

The 30 Hour Standards Class for Construction Industry provides instruction with respect to the structure of OSHA, workers rights under OSHA, hazard identification and how to eliminate workplace hazards within a construction industry setting. The course also provides in depth instruction in multiple standards related to a construction industry setting. The course requires a full 30 hours of classroom attendance, must be taught over a four or five day period, and the time used for breaks or meals cannot be counted as part of the 30 hours of instruction time. This course can be spread over more than five days. For more information about this option please contact Ms. Freddie Ann Hutchens at 803-288-3320 or freddieann@hutchensmoore.com. The students who successfully complete this course will receive a card of completion from the OSHA Training Institute.

Minimum Number of Students: 5         Maximum Number of Students: 20

Class Length: 30.0 hours plus break and meal time

 
Preparation and Assistance with OSHA Hearings:
This service provides a client with assistance to answer the technical and compliance questions associated with an OSHA citation. The total length of this process is variable and appearances at OSHA Hearings, depositions and in court are also considered on site services.

  

Lockout/Tagout:  A course that examines when lockout/tagout is required, how to identify energy sources and how to achieve a safe work environment with the correct use of lockout/tagout procedures and devices.   

Maximum Number of Students: 20     Course Length: 3.0 Hours

  

  

Silica Standard:  A course that provides attendees with the information that will enable them to evaluate their employee’s level of silica exposure and determine how to reduce or eliminate exposure to silica. The PPE required for working with silica is also examined along with the health hazards associated with silica exposure.
Maximum Number of Students: 20        Course Length:  4.0 Hours

 

Walking and Working Surfaces: This course will enable students to identify hazards that lead to slips, trips and falls in the workplace along with enabling them to apply the current OSHA standard for walking and working surfaces to their work settings.

Maximum Number of Students: 20       Course Length:  4.0 Hours

 
Trenching and Excavations: A course that provides instruction in how to identify, mitigate, or eliminate the hazards associated with trenching and excavations. The topics covered in this class include soil classifications, sloping and shoring methods, trench shields and methods of entry and exit from an excavation. This class requires participation in an outdoor exercise in which students will evaluate a trench to determine if the hazards have been correctly identified, eliminated or mitigated.

Maximum Number of Students: 20     Course Length:  4.0 Hours

 

Confined Space: This course will enable students to develop an understanding of what constitutes a confined space and the hazards associated with working in a confined space. The course also covers hazard identification, mitigation and elimination of the hazards in a confined space. A simulated rescue operation is part of this class and access to a non-permit confined space is required.

Maximum Number of Students: 20       Course Length:  3.0 Hours

  

Ladder and Scaffold Training: This course will enable a student to identify, eliminate or mitigate the hazards associated with working on ladders and scaffolds. The proper way to inspect ladders and scaffolds before use is covered along with how to select, set-up and properly use ladders and scaffolds.   Maximum Number of Students: 20     Course Length: 4.0 Hours

 
Fall Protection Seminar:
Provides attendees with the information required to evaluate their current Fall Protection Program or to develop a Fall Protection Program. This course covers the OSHA requirements for when fall protection is required, equipment selection including inspections, fall prevention methods, fall arrest systems including tie off points and work site inspections. This training course includes a hands on field exercise.

Maximum Number of Students: 20     Course Length:  4.0 Hours

  

Forklift Training: The attendees in this class will receive instruction in the proper operation of a forklift with an emphasis on forklift design, weight limits, inspection of loads, movement of loads and defensive driving techniques for a forklift. This course requires a hands on skills test on the forklifts that a student operates and the material covered applies to all types of forklifts and powered pallet jacks.

Maximum Number of Students: 20    Course Length:  4.0 Hours 

  

 
Safety Audits:
A process that examines a company’s safety policies, work practices and recordkeeping to determine if they are in compliance with the appropriate OSHA Regulations. This course will also provide recommendations for correcting problems found during the audit. The amount of time required to complete the audit depends on the type and number of problems located during the audit. The information collected and recommendations made during this audit will not be made available to OSHA.

Time Required for Audit: Varies   (per day or per hour)  

   

Safety Management and Safety Program Development:  A comprehensive approach that provides assistance with the management or enhancement of your current safety program.  Services can also be provided to develop a new safety program.

  

  

Safety Newsletter: A safety newsletter that is tailored to the individual needs and preferences of each client. The newsletter can be provided in an electronic format on a monthly or quarterly basis. The client may distribute the newsletter to employees as they desire within their organization.

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NFPA 70-E TRAINING CLASSES  

  

NFPA 70-E Standard (half day): The content of this course covers the NFPA  70-E requirements for working on energized electrical equipment that is not owned or controlled by an electrical utility. The attendees will examine how to properly inspect and use PPE when working in an energized setting, approach distances, arc flash issues and rescue procedures to be used in an electrical contact accident. Class attendees must bring their electrical PPE and voltmeters to this class.

Maximum Number of Students: 20         Course Length:  4.0 Hours

  

NFPA 70-E Standard (full day): This course covers all of the material in the half day course along with providing the instruction needed to establish an electrical safety program. The attendees in this class will also examine how to evaluate the incident energy within their facility to determine the type of electrical PPE required for their employees Class attendees must bring their electrical PPE and voltmeters to this class.

Maximum Number of Students: 20              Course Length:  8.0 Hours

  

  

  

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