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OSHA Training

Our OSHA training course is geared towards educating participants on how to best identify, avoid and control any on the job hazards in order to eliminate work related injuries and illnesses. While we take the business of safety very seriously, our instructors try hard to evoke a class environment which is stimulating and rewarding for everyone.

Class Overview

We discuss the rights and responsibilities of both employer and employee with a quick look at the process of reporting, record keeping and inspection. Upon completion of CSEM’s OSHA Training course, class participants will have a clear understanding of the following:

1. What OSHA means and how it benefits both employee and employer - as outlined below:

  • OSHA stands for Occupational Safety and Health Administration OSHA guides and inspires employers and employees to work together as a team to decrease any dangers in the workplace while continuously improving health and safety programs.
  • OSHA develops and regulates mandatory standards for occupational safety and health in the workplace. Their guidelines help businesses to protect their employees and reduce the amount of work related injuries, illnesses and deaths.
  • OSHA mandates a system of record keeping that monitors injuries and illnesses that are job related.
  • Provides and assists employees with training and support programs.

2. Our safety and health program covers all OSHA Standards and industry related categories that fall under the following standards: General Industry, Maritime, Construction and Agriculture

The course will discuss at least three of the OSHA required employer responsibilities:

  • To provide hazard free workplace that is safe and healthful for employees.
  • Apply OSHA standards at all times.
  • Deliver appropriate training and education for all employees.
  • Log and maintain all work-related illnesses and injuries through detailed record keeping practices.
  • Assist OSHA inspectors with full cooperation.
  • Best practices for placing the “OSHA poster” along with the company’s annual summary of work related injuries and illnesses in a visible location.

The class will also cover the rights and responsibilities of the workers as follows:

  • Workers’ Rights
    • Employees (workers) have the right to contact OSHA with complaints in several ways. In person, by telephone, traditional mail or electronically through OSHA’s own website page regarding conditions in the workplace that are threatening the health and safety of employees. Please note that complainants have whistleblower protection against reprisal.
  • Workers’ Responsibilities
    • Follow all health and safety rules mandated by the employer.
    • Use and wear all required equipment and gear.
    • Follow safe work procedures as implemented by the employer.
    • All unsafe work related conditions should be reported to a supervisor or safety committee.
    • Report these unsafe work related conditions to OSHA if they are not corrected.
    • Fully cooperate and assist OSHA inspectors.
    • Our OSHA training will also discuss where participants can go to find out more about OSHA or get additional help.
  1. 10-Hour General Construction
  2. 24-Hour Incident Commander Training
  3. 24-Hour HAZWOPER
  4. 30-Hour General Construction Course
  5. 30-Hour General Industry Course
  6. 40-Hour HAZWOPER
  7. 8-Hour HAZWOPER REF DAY1
  8. 8-Hour HAZWOPER REF DAY2
  9. 8-Hour HAZWOPER REF DAY3
  10. 8-Hour HAZWOPER REF DAY4
  11. 8-Hour HAZWOPER REFRESHER
  12. 8-Hour HAZWOPER Supervisory 29 CFR 1910.120
  13. 8-Hour Incident Commander Refresher
  14. Accident Investigation 29 CFR 1904
  15. Aerial Lifts
  16. ARC FLASH TRAINING / NFPA 70E
  17. ASBESTOS AWARENESS
  18. Back To Work Refresher
  19. Blasting & Use Of Explosives
  20. BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS 29 CFR 1910.1030
  21. Chain Saw Safety
  22. Chemical Inventories
  23. Cold Stress
  24. Concrete & Masonry
  25. Confined Space Entry
  26. Confined Space Rescue & Emergency Services
  27. Confined Spaces – Permit Required
  28. Construction Equipment
  29. Conveyors
  30. Crane Safety & Operator Refresher
  31. Demolition
  32. Developing Hazardous Waste Site Health & Safety Plans
  33. Electrical Awareness
  34. Electrical Competent Person
  35. Electrical Qualified Person
  36. Electrical Safety 29 CFR 1910.331-335
  37. Elevators
  38. Emergency Response Planning
  39. Energy Control Procedures
  40. Engineering Design
  41. Environmental Air Monitoring
  42. Ergonomics 20 CFR 1910.900
  43. Excavations
  44. Fall Protection 29 CFR 1910 / 1926
  45. Fire Prevention 29 CFR 1910 – Subpart L
  46. First Aid / CPR
  47. First Responder / Spill Response
  48. Fit Testing
  49. Fork Truck
  50. General Duty Clause
  51. Handling Of Materials
  52. Hazard Communication Outline
  53. Hazardous Materials Manager
  54. Hazardous Materials Reactivity Chart
  55. Hazardous Materials Storage
  56. Hazmat Outline 29 CFR 1910.120
  57. Hazwoper – 8 Hr Refresher Spill Response
  58. Hazwoper Awareness 29 CFR 1910.120
  59. Hearing Conservation 29 CFR 1910.95
  60. Heat Stress
  61. Hoists
  62. Illumination Surveys
  63. Industrial Hygiene
  64. Introduction to OSHA 29 CFR 1910 & 1926
  65. Job Safety Analysis
  66. Lab Safety 29 CFR 1910 & 1926
  67. Ladder Safety
  68. LEAD AWARENESS (29 CFR 1910.1450)
  69. Life Saving Equipment
  70. Lock-Out / Tag-Out 29 CFR 1910.147
  71. MACHINE GUARDING 29 CFR 1910 – SUBPART O
  72. Materials Storage
  73. Means Of Egress And Fire Protection
  74. Mechanized Equipment
  75. Mishap Investigation
  76. MOBILE CRANE SAFETY 29 CFR 1910.180
  77. Motor Vehicles
  78. Noise Protection
  79. Noise Surveys
  80. Overhead And Gantry Crane 29 CFR 1910.179
  81. Personal Air Monitoring
  82. PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE)
  83. Pollution Prevention Act
  84. Power Industrial Trucks
  85. Process Safety Management
  86. Radiation Awareness
  87. Record Keeping (OSHA 300)
  88. Recycling Plans
  89. Respiratory Protection
  90. Rigging Outline 29 CFR 1926.251
  91. Rollover Protection Structures (Overhead Protection)
  92. Safety And Health Program Comp. Guidelines
  93. Scaffolding
  94. Signs & Signals
  95. Steel Erection
  96. Substitution Methodologies
  97. Tool Safety (Hand, Power, & Powder Charge)
  98. Toxic & Hazardous Substances
  99. Trenching And Excavation Outline
  100. Underground Construction
  101. Unit Environmental Compliance Officer Course
  102. Walking And Working Surfaces
  103. Weapons Of Mass Destruction
  104. Welding And Cutting
  105. Workplace Emergencies