This course describes the new OSHA 1926.1153 Respirable Crystalline Silica standard which took effect September 23, 2017. Offered in English and Spanish, this training will be delivered at a competent person level. It will include: the hazards associated with silica, what materials contain respirable silica, how to properly identify materials that contain silica, discuss the need and regulations associated with respiratory protection, and answer any questions you may have regarding the new silica standard. This course equips you with the knowledge to help avoid costly fines that could be up to $12,500 per exposure. To register online, click here.

This course describes the new OSHA 1926.1153 Respirable Crystalline Silica standard which took effect September 23, 2017. Offered in English and Spanish, this training will be delivered at a competent person level. It will include: the hazards associated with silica, what materials contain respirable silica, how to properly identify materials that contain silica, discuss the need and regulations associated with respiratory protection, and answer any questions you may have regarding the new silica standard. This course equips you with the knowledge to help avoid costly fines that could be up to $12,500 per exposure. To register online, click here.

This course describes the new OSHA 1926.1153 Respirable Crystalline Silica standard which took effect September 23, 2017. Offered in English and Spanish, this training will be delivered at a competent person level. It will include: the hazards associated with silica, what materials contain respirable silica, how to properly identify materials that contain silica, discuss the need and regulations associated with respiratory protection, and answer any questions you may have regarding the new silica standard. This course equips you with the knowledge to help avoid costly fines that could be up to $12,500 per exposure. To register online, click here.

This course describes the new OSHA 1926.1153 Respirable Crystalline Silica standard which took effect September 23, 2017. Offered in English and Spanish, this training will be delivered at a competent person level. It will include: the hazards associated with silica, what materials contain respirable silica, how to properly identify materials that contain silica, discuss the need and regulations associated with respiratory protection, and answer any questions you may have regarding the new silica standard. This course equips you with the knowledge to help avoid costly fines that could be up to $12,500 per exposure. To register online, click here.

Through this class, the following points are presented and explained: characteristics of a defensive driver, perceiving hazards from a distance, conducting a simple seven step vehicle inspection, maintaining awareness, setting mirrors and backing maneuvers/blind spots. Reference will be made to distractions that affect drivers, pertinent state regulations and the physics of handling a very heavy, automated vehicle.

Through this class, the following points are presented and explained: characteristics of a defensive driver, perceiving hazards from a distance, conducting a simple seven step vehicle inspection, maintaining awareness, setting mirrors and backing maneuvers/blind spots. Reference will be made to distractions that affect drivers, pertinent state regulations and the physics of handling a very heavy, automated vehicle. To register online, click here.

Through this class, the following points are presented and explained: characteristics of a defensive driver, perceiving hazards from a distance, conducting a simple seven step vehicle inspection, maintaining awareness, setting mirrors and backing maneuvers/blind spots. Reference will be made to distractions that affect drivers, pertinent state regulations and the physics of handling a very heavy, automated vehicle.

Participants will learn how to identify OSHA recording and reporting requirements and how to complete OSHA’s injury and illness recordkeeping forms 300, 300A and 301

Participants will learn how to identify OSHA recording and reporting requirements and how to complete OSHA’s injury and illness recordkeeping forms 300, 300A and 301

Participants will learn how to identify OSHA recording and reporting requirements and how to complete OSHA’s injury and illness recordkeeping forms 300, 300A and 301