Asbestos, Lead, & Silica Awareness
The State of Washington requires that workers that could potentially be exposed to asbestos or lead receive awareness training. This training must occur prior to the potential exposure and at least once per year. Asbestos: Refer to WAC 296-62-07722 Lead: Refer to WAC 296-62-07521
Learn to respond in emergency situations with skills that can save a life. Course prepares individuals to provide care in Adult CPR, rescue breathing, first aid in choking, control of bleeding and care for muscle, bone and joint injuries, sudden illness, and burns. Certification valid for two years. Also Available in Spanish
What is a confined space? Before entry, confined spaces must be evaluated and hazards controlled. Learn the rules, how to control the hazards and proper emergency procedures.
Learn various fall protection systems, including the difference between a 3000# and 5000# anchor point, how to establish a controlled access zone, Demonstration of equipment including proper inspection and “competent person” information.
24 Hour Competent Person Fall Protection
This course has been developed to satisfy EM-385-1-1 2014, ANSI/ASSE Z 359.2-2007 and ANSI/ASSE Z-490.1-2016 requirements including 24 hours of training, with 8 hours of hands-on practical training.
Training includes proper signaling, flagger positioning, required clothing, use of flagger tools and signaling for stopping, slowing and releasing traffic, the hazards of night time flagging, and setting up a temporary traffic control zone. Successful completion requires passing an exam. Certification valid for three years.
Instruction covers operating guidelines, familiarization with controls and instrument panels, engine and motor technicalities, steering and moving, fork and other attachment operations and workplace awareness.
Improve your hazard awareness and recognition skills. Develop your ability to provide guidance for correction of safety issues. This course is designed to increase basic safety and knowledge for construction workers. Attendees will receive an OSHA card and an Asbestos/Lead card.
Improve your hazard awareness and recognition skills. Develop your ability to provide guidance for correction of safety issues. This course is designed to increase basic safety knowledge for construction workers. Attendees will receive an Asbestos/Lead/Silica and awareness card and Scaffold User card.
Scaffolding User Training
Course provides an overview of safety standards as they relate to the scaffold design, erection, maintenance and use. Training includes activities to recognize hazards associated with types of scaffolds being used and how to control those hazards.
Who is required to do Medical evaluations? Fit-testing? Who can do the fit-testing? How often is retesting required? Learn how to select a respirator, the limits, capabilities, and how to use, maintain, and store respiratory equipment.