Training Services Offered (Syllabus Upon Request)

Traffic Control & Flagging

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California requires flaggers to be trained, but they do not require them to be certified. Flaggers must be trained in the principles that are spelled out in the California Code of Regulations – Construction Safety Orders 


http://www.dot.ca.gov/trafficops/camutcd/

Medic & First Aide CPR Onsite

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This first aid, AED, and CPR training course builds the skills and confidence to respond to the most typical life-threatening emergencies. Ideal for those seeking a comprehensive emergency care class.

https://emergencycare.hsi.com/cpr-aed-and-first-aid-training

Fall Protection & Prevention

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The US Department of Labor (DOL) lists falls as one of the leading causes of traumatic occupational death, accounting for 8% of all occupational fatalities from trauma. A work  site can have numerous fall hazards. Workers may tumble off high places like ladders, roofs, and steel beams. They can fall into or over equipment or machinery. 

Confined Space Training

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CAL/OSHA states the primary hazard from trenching and excavation is employee injury from collapse. Soil Analysis is important in order to determine appropriate sloping, benching, and shoring. Additional hazards include working with heavy machinery; manual handling of materials; working in proximity to traffic; electrical hazards from overhead and underground power lines; and underground utilities like natural gas. CAL/OSHA regulation require  employee’s to be trained in the hazards of trenching and excavation.

Excavation & Trenching

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CAL/OSHA states the primary hazard from trenching and excavation is employee injury from collapse. Soil Analysis is important in order to determine appropriate sloping, benching, and shoring. Additional hazards include working with heavy machinery; manual handling of materials; working in proximity to traffic; electrical hazards from overhead and underground power lines; and underground utilities like natural gas. CAL/OSHA regulation require  employee’s to be trained in the hazards of trenching and excavation.

Respiratory Protection

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OSHA states that millions of workers are required to wear respirators in various workplaces throughout the United States. Respirators protect workers against insufficient oxygen environments, harmful dusts, fogs, smokes, mists, gases, vapors, and sprays. These  hazards may cause cancer, lung impairment, diseases, or death. Compliance with the OSHA Respiratory Protection Standard could avert hundreds of deaths and thousands of illnesses annually. CAL/OSHA required training!