Training Courses Offered
OSHA 10 Hour & OSHA 30 Hour
These classes give employees a better understanding of federal and state safety requirements on construction sites. It is now common for contracts to contain the stipulation that employees must have completed a 10-hour or 30-hour course prior to being allowed access to the job site.
First Aid procedures and CPR & AED instruction recognized by Federal OSHA and Maryland Occupational Safety & Health (MOSH). CPR programs comply with the latest guidelines as outlined by the American Heart Association. National Safety Council Certification.
All persons performing flagging along Maryland roadways are required to have passed the Maryland approved flagger course. This program is also recognized and approved in Delaware, Virginia, Pennsylvania and Washington DC.
NFPA 70E requirements for safe work practices to protect personnel by reducing exposure to major electrical hazards. Avoid workplace injuries and fatalities due to shock, electrocution, arc flash, and arc blast, and assists.
Crane, Signalman, & Rigger Training
SIGNAL MAN TRAINING: Registrants will gain specific knowledge of crane operations including voice and radio communications and will be trained in the standard method of hand and verbal signals.
RIGGER: Designed for beginners in crane operations. Gain knowledge of rigging hardware, common load configurations and position and limitations of rigging equipment. Gain an understanding of load weight estimation, load indicator devices, capacity of load charts, center of gravity, and drum/diameter ratios.
Fall Protection, Forklift, & Aerial Lift Training
These classes are available upon request and may be held at your location.
Scaffold User OSHA Compliance Training
This course will cover the latest OSHA requirements for supported scaffolds and work practices necessary to avoid injury while using scaffolds. It will also aid in achieving Competent Person status at your company.
Excavation Safety Training for Competent Persons/ Confined Space Entry Training