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Please Note: Day Classes start at 8am. Evening Classes start at 5pm.

Training where you want it...When you want it.


January Schedule

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

1

New Years

New Years

2

3

(10GI) OSHA General Industry

10GI

4

(10GI) OSHA General Industry

10GI

5

(8R) HAZWPR Refresher

8R

8

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

(24I) HAZWPR-Moderate Risk

40I

24I

9

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

(24I) HAZWPR-Moderate Risk

40I

24I

10

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

(24I) HAZWPR-Moderate Risk

40I

24I

11

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

40I

12

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

40I

15

Martin Luther King

MLK

16

17

18

19

22

(8R) HAZWPR Refresher

8R

23

(8S) HAZWPR Supervisor

8S

24

(10CI) OSHA Construction Industry

10CI

25

(10CI) OSHA Construction Industry

10CI

26

29

(4FL) Forklift Operator

(4BBP) Bloodborne Pathogens

4FL

4BBP

30

(4T) HM Transportation

(4RP) Respiratory Protection

4T

4RP

31

(10GI) OSHA General Industry

10GI

2/1

(10GI) OSHA General Industry

10GI

0

February Schedule

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

0

0

1/31

(10GI) OSHA General Industry

1/31

10GI

1

(10GI) OSHA General Industry

10GI

2

(8R) HAZWPR Refresher

8R

5

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

(24I) HAZWPR-Moderate Risk

40I

24I

6

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

(24I) HAZWPR-Moderate Risk

40I

24I

7

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

(24I) HAZWPR-Moderate Risk

40I

24I

8

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

40I

9

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

40I

12

(30CI) OSHA Construction Industry

(10CI) OSHA CI

30CI

10CI

13

(30CI) OSHA Construction Industry

(10CI) OSHA CI

30CI

10CI

14

(30CI) OSHA Construction Industry

30CI

15

(30CI) OSHA Construction Industry

30CI

16

19

20

21

22

23

26

(8S) HAZWPR Supervisor

8S

27

(8R) HAZWPR Refresher

8R

28

(8SC) Scaffold Competent

8SC

0

0

March Schedule

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

0

0

0

1

(10GI) OSHA General Industry

10GI

2

(10GI) OSHA General Industry

10GI

5

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

(24I) HAZWPR-Moderate Risk

40I

24I

6

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

(24I) HAZWPR-Moderate Risk

40I

24I

7

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

(24I) HAZWPR-Moderate Risk

40I

24I

8

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

40I

9

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

40I

12

(8R) HAZWPR Refresher

8R

13

(8CS) Confined Space-Initial

8CS

14

(4FL) Forklift Operator

(4BBP) Bloodborne Pathogens

4FL

4BBP

15

(8R) HAZWPR Refresher

8R

16

19

20

21

22

23

26

(10CI) OSHA Construction Industry

10CI

27

(10CI) OSHA Construction Industry

10CI

28

(16PSM) Process Safety Mgmt

16PSM

29

(16PSM) Process Safety Mgmt

16PSM

30

Good Friday

Good Friday

April Schedule

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

2

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

(24I) HAZWPR-Moderate Risk

40I

24I

3

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

(24I) HAZWPR-Moderate Risk

40I

24I

4

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

(24I) HAZWPR-Moderate Risk

40I

24I

5

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

40I

6

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

40I

9

(8S) HAZWPR Supervisor

8S

10

(8SC) Scaffold Competent

8SC

11

(8CS) Confined Space-Initial

8CS

12

(8R) HAZWPR Refresher

8R

13

16

(10GI) OSHA General Industry

10GI

17

(10GI) OSHA General Industry

10GI

18

(8R) HAZWPR Refresher

8R

19

(16CH) Chemistry for the Non-Chemist

16CH

20

(16CH) Chemistry for the Non-Chemist

16CH

23

24

25

26

27

30

(8R) HAZWPR Refresher

8R

0

0

0

0

May Schedule

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

0

1

(30CI) OSHA Construction Industry

(10CI) OSHA CI

30CI

10CI

2

(30CI) OSHA Construction Industry

(10CI) OSHA CI

30CI

10CI

3

(30CI) OSHA Construction Industry

30CI

4

(30CI) OSHA Construction Industry

30CI

7

8

9

10

11

14

(8S) HAZWPR Supervisor

8S

15

(4FL) Forklift Operator

(4BBP) Bloodborne Pathogens

4FL

4BBP

16

(4T) HM Transportation

(4RP) Respiratory Protection

4T

4RP

17

(8CS) Confined Space-Initial

8CS

18

21

(8SC) Scaffold Competent

8SC

22

(8R) HAZWPR Refresher

8R

23

(10GI) OSHA General Industry

10GI

24

(10GI) OSHA General Industry

10GI

25

28

Memorial Day

Memorial Day

29

30

31

0

June Schedule

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

0

0

0

0

1

(8R) HAZWPR Refresher

8R

4

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

(24I) HAZWPR-Moderate Risk

40I

24I

5

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

(24I) HAZWPR-Moderate Risk

40I

24I

6

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

(24I) HAZWPR-Moderate Risk

40I

24I

7

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

40I

8

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

40I

11

Kamehameha Day

Kamehameha Day

12

(4FL) Forklift Operator

(4BBP) Bloodborne Pathogens

4FL

4BBP

13

(4T) HM Transportation

(4RP) Respiratory Protection

4T

4RP

14

(8S) HAZWPR Supervisor

8S

15

(8R) HAZWPR Refresher

8R

18

(30GI) OSHA General Industry

(10GI) OSHA GI

30GI

10GI

19

(30GI) OSHA General Industry

(10GI) OSHA GI

30GI

10GI

20

(30GI) OSHA General Industry

30GI

21

(30GI) OSHA General Industry

30GI

22

(8R) HAZWPR Refresher

8R

25

26

27

28

29

July Schedule

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

2

3

4

Independence Day

Independence Day

5

6

9

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

(24I) HAZWPR-Moderate Risk

40I

24I

10

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

(24I) HAZWPR-Moderate Risk

40I

24I

11

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

(24I) HAZWPR-Moderate Risk

40I

24I

12

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

40I

13

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

40I

16

(8R) HAZWPR Refresher

8R

17

(8SC) Scaffold Competent

8SC

18

(10CI) OSHA Construction Industry

10CI

19

(10CI) OSHA Construction Industry

10CI

20

(8R) HAZWPR Refresher

8R

23

(4FL) Forklift Operator

(4BBP) Bloodborne Pathogens

4FL

4BBP

24

(4T) HM Transportation

(4RP) Respiratory Protection

4T

4RP

25

(8S) HAZWPR Supervisor

8S

26

(8R) HAZWPR Refresher

8R

27

30

(8CS) Confined Space-Initial

8CS

31

(8R) HAZWPR Refresher

8R

0

0

0

August Schedule

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

0

0

1

(10GI) OSHA General Industry

10GI

2

(10GI) OSHA General Industry

10GI

3

(8SC) Scaffold Competent

8SC

6

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

(24I) HAZWPR-Moderate Risk

40I

24I

7

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

(24I) HAZWPR-Moderate Risk

40I

24I

8

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

(24I) HAZWPR-Moderate Risk

40I

24I

9

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

40I

10

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

40I

13

(4FL) Forklift Operator

(4BBP) Bloodborne Pathogens

4FL

4BBP

14

(4T) HM Transportation

(4RP) Respiratory Protection

4T

4RP

15

(8S) HAZWPR Supervisor

8S

16

(8R) HAZWPR Refresher

8R

17

Statehood

Statehood

20

21

(10CI) OSHA Construction Industry

10CI

22

(10CI) OSHA Construction Industry

10CI

23

(8CS) Confined Space-Initial

8CS

24

(8R) HAZWPR Refresher

8R

27

28

29

30

31

September Schedule

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

0

0

0

0

0

3

Labor Day

Labor Day

4

5

6

7

10

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

(24I) HAZWPR-Moderate Risk

40I

24I

11

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

(24I) HAZWPR-Moderate Risk

40I

24I

12

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

(24I) HAZWPR-Moderate Risk

40I

24I

13

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

40I

14

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

40I

17

(10GI) OSHA General Industry

10GI

18

(10GI) OSHA General Industry

10GI

19

(8R) HAZWPR Refresher

8R

20

(8SC) Scaffold Competent

8SC

21

(8CS) Confined Space-Initial

8CS

24

(8R) HAZWPR Refresher

8R

25

(8S) HAZWPR Supervisor

8S

26

(10CI) OSHA Construction Industry

10CI

27

(10CI) OSHA Construction Industry

10CI

28

October Schedule

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

1

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

(24I) HAZWPR-Moderate Risk

40I

24I

2

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

(24I) HAZWPR-Moderate Risk

40I

24I

3

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

(24I) HAZWPR-Moderate Risk

40I

24I

4

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

40I

5

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

40I

8

Columbus Day

Columbus Day

9

10

11

(8R) HAZWPR Refresher

8R

12

15

(10CI) OSHA Construction Industry

10CI

16

(10CI) OSHA Construction Industry

10CI

17

(4FL) Forklift Operator

(4BBP) Bloodborne Pathogens

4FL

4BBP

18

(4T) HM Transportation

(4RP) Respiratory Protection

4T

4RP

19

(8S) HAZWPR Supervisor

8S

22

(8CS) Confined Space-Initial

8CS

23

(10GI) OSHA General Industry

10GI

24

(10GI) OSHA General Industry

10GI

25

(8R) HAZWPR Refresher

8R

26

29

(8SC) Scaffold Competent

8SC

30

(8R) HAZWPR Refresher

8R

31

Halloween

Halloween

0

0

November Schedule

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

0

0

0

1

(10CI) OSHA Construction Industry

10CI

2

(10CI) OSHA Construction Industry

10CI

5

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

(24I) HAZWPR-Moderate Risk

40I

24I

6

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

(24I) HAZWPR-Moderate Risk

40I

24I

7

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

(24I) HAZWPR-Moderate Risk

40I

24I

8

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

40I

9

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

40I

12

13

14

15

16

19

20

21

22

Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving

23

26

27

28

29

30

December Schedule

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

3

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

(24I) HAZWPR-Moderate Risk

40I

24I

4

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

(24I) HAZWPR-Moderate Risk

40I

24I

5

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

(24I) HAZWPR-Moderate Risk

40I

24I

6

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

40I

7

(40I) HAZWPR-Initial

40I

10

(8R) HAZWPR Refresher

8R

11

(8S) HAZWPR Supervisor

8S

12

(8SC) Scaffold Competent

8SC

13

(8CS) Confined Space-Initial

8CS

14

(8R) HAZWPR Refresher

8R

17

18

19

20

21

24

25

Christmas

Christmas

26

27

28

31

New Year's Eve

New Year's Eve

0

0

0

0

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(40I) Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response-Initial

(40I) Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response, Initial

Intended for site workers, operators, handlers, personnel at treatment/storage/disposal facilities, sub-contractors and others needing to comply with OSHA initial 40-hour training requirements. HAZWOPER provides knowledge and skills necessary to assist with remedial operations surrounding a hazardous materials incident and uses a combination of classroom presentation and "hands-on" field exercises. Course syllabus covers: hazardous materials recognition; basics of toxicology; employee medical surveillance; chemical hazards; respiratory and personal protection; monitoring equipment and procedures; regulatory compliance (OSHA, SARA, CERCLA, RCRA, DOT); confined space entry; operatinal zone determination; spill control engineering and decontamination. Training is also provided online.

Intended for site workers, operators, handlers, personnel at treatment/storage/disposal facilities, sub-contractors and others needing to comply with OSHA initial 40-hour training requirements. HAZWOPER provides knowledge and skills necessary to assist with remedial operations surrounding a hazardous materials incident and uses a combination of classroom presentation and "hands-on" field exercises. Course syllabus covers: hazardous materials recognition; basics of toxicology; employee medical surveillance; chemical hazards; respiratory and personal protection; monitoring equipment and procedures; regulatory compliance (OSHA, SARA, CERCLA, RCRA, DOT); confined space entry; operatinal zone determination; spill control engineering and decontamination. Training is also provided online.

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(24I) Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response-Moderate Risk

(24I) Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response - Moderate Risk

This 24-hour course is an abbreviated version of the full OSHA HAZWOPER training and does not include equipment familiarization training or "hands-on" exercises with Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus, Level A Personal protective equipment, or simulated spill response. Training is also provided online.

This 24-hour course is an abbreviated version of the full OSHA HAZWOPER training and does not include equipment familiarization training or "hands-on" exercises with Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus, Level A Personal protective equipment, or simulated spill response. Training is also provided online.

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(8R) Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response-Refresher

(8R) Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response - Refresher

Offered in compliance with OSHA Annual Refresher training requirements. Instructional focus in this one-day update is state-of-the-art regulatory review, standards for generators, hazard communications, site safety considerations, emergency response actions, and waste handling techniques, operations, and planning. This course fulfills the requirements for both workers and supervisors. Training is also provided online.

Offered in compliance with OSHA Annual Refresher training requirements. Instructional focus in this one-day update is state-of-the-art regulatory review, standards for generators, hazard communications, site safety considerations, emergency response actions, and waste handling techniques, operations, and planning. This course fulfills the requirements for both workers and supervisors. Training is also provided online.

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(8S) Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response-Supervisor

(8S) Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response - Supervisor

Required for all supervisors of hazardous waste sites. Class participants will review the requirements for employer's safety and health programs, employee training programs, personal protective equipment program, spill containment program, implementation of a medical surveillance program, and developing a decontamination program. Requirements for site characterization, entry procedures, and site monitoring are also covered.

Required for all supervisors of hazardous waste sites. Class participants will review the requirements for employer's safety and health programs, employee training programs, personal protective equipment program, spill containment program, implementation of a medical surveillance program, and developing a decontamination program. Requirements for site characterization, entry procedures, and site monitoring are also covered.

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(8SC) Scaffold Competent Person

(8SC) Scaffold Competent Person

(29 CFR 1926.454) Scaffold training is required under 29 CFR 1926.454 (b) for all employees involved in the erecting, disassembling, moving, operating, repairing, maintaining or inspecting scaffolding ; under 29 CFR 1926.454(a) for all employees who perform work while on a scaffold (scaffold users); under 29 CFR 1926.454(c) to retain qualification; and under 29 CFR 1926.454(f)(7) which says that a trained "Competent Person" shall supervise all scaffolding construction or alteration. The topics covered in this course are as follows: safe scaffolds; fall protection; material handling; electrical safety; overloading; and prohibited actions.

(29 CFR 1926.454) Scaffold training is required under 29 CFR 1926.454 (b) for all employees involved in the erecting, disassembling, moving, operating, repairing, maintaining or inspecting scaffolding ; under 29 CFR 1926.454(a) for all employees who perform work while on a scaffold (scaffold users); under 29 CFR 1926.454(c) to retain qualification; and under 29 CFR 1926.454(f)(7) which says that a trained "Competent Person" shall supervise all scaffolding construction or alteration. The topics covered in this course are as follows: safe scaffolds; fall protection; material handling; electrical safety; overloading; and prohibited actions.

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(8CS) Permit-Required Confined Space Entry-Initial

(8CS) Permit-Required Confined Space Entry - Initial

(29 CFR 1910.146) Offered in compliance of training mandates in OHSA's regulation to improve confined space safety and rescue procedures. Whether your program is established or in preparation, this class will make your efforts more effective. Curriculum covers definitions, hazards, entry programs and permits, monitoring equipment, lockout/tagout, personal protective equipment, and respiratory protection.

(29 CFR 1910.146) Offered in compliance of training mandates in OHSA's regulation to improve confined space safety and rescue procedures. Whether your program is established or in preparation, this class will make your efforts more effective. Curriculum covers definitions, hazards, entry programs and permits, monitoring equipment, lockout/tagout, personal protective equipment, and respiratory protection.

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(4T) Hazardous Materials Transportation-Certification

(4T) Hazardous Materials Transportation-Certification

(HM 126F) This course covers function-specific familiarization with DOT regulations under 49 CFR 172. Curriculum covers identification/recognition of hazardous materials, Hazardous Material Table (49 CFR 172.101), hazard classes, emergency response procedures, including the use of the Emergency Response guidebook, hazardous materials shipping papers, packaging, and handling. Training is also provided online.

(HM 181) Designed for certification compliance with Final Rule changes of 49 CFR HM 181 under Transportation of Hazardous Materials for Shippers and Generators. This course covers DOT identification of hazardous materials, marking and labeling requirements, shipping paper documentation, placarding requirements, storage and loading, separation/segregation requirements, and transportation safety practices.

(HM 126F) This course covers function-specific familiarization with DOT regulations under 49 CFR 172. Curriculum covers identification/recognition of hazardous materials, Hazardous Material Table (49 CFR 172.101), hazard classes, emergency response procedures, including the use of the Emergency Response guidebook, hazardous materials shipping papers, packaging, and handling. Training is also provided online.

(HM 181) Designed for certification compliance with Final Rule changes of 49 CFR HM 181 under Transportation of Hazardous Materials for Shippers and Generators. This course covers DOT identification of hazardous materials, marking and labeling requirements, shipping paper documentation, placarding requirements, storage and loading, separation/segregation requirements, and transportation safety practices.

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(4RP) Respiratory Protection & Fit Testing

(4RP) Respiratory Protection & Fit Testing

(29 CFR 1910.134) Designed to fulfill training requirements on the need, selection, use, and care of employee respiratory protection. This overview introduces workers, supervisors, and small business owners to compliance requirements of existing protection standards. A discussion of filter penetration, particle concentrations, and fit factors. Includes a qualitative fit-test of student respiratory equipment for those medically qualified.

(29 CFR 1910.134) Designed to fulfill training requirements on the need, selection, use, and care of employee respiratory protection. This overview introduces workers, supervisors, and small business owners to compliance requirements of existing protection standards. A discussion of filter penetration, particle concentrations, and fit factors. Includes a qualitative fit-test of student respiratory equipment for those medically qualified.

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(4FL) Forklift Operator-Initial

(4FL) Forklift Operator-Initial

(29 CFR 1910.178) OSHA revised requirements mandate a training program that bases the amount and type of training required on the operator's prior knowledge and skill, the types of forklifts utilized, the workplace hazards, and the operator's demonstrated abilities. Evaluation is required as part of the initial and refresher training, and at least once every three years. This course covers truck-related topics such as operating instructions and warnings, steering and maneuvering, visibility, and vehicle stability, as well as work-place related topics including surface conditions, load manipulation, and operating on ramps. The curriculum meets the OSHA standards as set out in 29 CFR 1910.178.

(29 CFR 1910.178) OSHA revised requirements mandate a training program that bases the amount and type of training required on the operator's prior knowledge and skill, the types of forklifts utilized, the workplace hazards, and the operator's demonstrated abilities. Evaluation is required as part of the initial and refresher training, and at least once every three years. This course covers truck-related topics such as operating instructions and warnings, steering and maneuvering, visibility, and vehicle stability, as well as work-place related topics including surface conditions, load manipulation, and operating on ramps. The curriculum meets the OSHA standards as set out in 29 CFR 1910.178.

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(4BBP) Bloodborne Pathogens-Initial

(4BBP) Bloodborne Pathogens-Initial

(29 CFR 1910.1030) This four-hour seminar complies with OSHA training regulations for "all employees with occupational exposure to blood or other potentially infectious materials". Curriculum includes definitions, exposure control through engineering and work practices, protective equipment, regulated waste, Hazard Communication, record keeping, and control plans. IAW 29 CFR 1910.1030 as revised 13 February 1996.

(29 CFR 1910.1030) This four-hour seminar complies with OSHA training regulations for "all employees with occupational exposure to blood or other potentially infectious materials". Curriculum includes definitions, exposure control through engineering and work practices, protective equipment, regulated waste, Hazard Communication, record keeping, and control plans. IAW 29 CFR 1910.1030 as revised 13 February 1996.

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(GI) OSHA General Industry Standards

(GI) OSHA General Industry Standards

(10GI-10Hr) This extended one-day session provides safety and health topics to entry-level participants. The curriculum, ranging from health and safety provisions of OSHA's General Duty Clause to hazard Communication instruction, complies with OSHA-designated training topics for General Industry (29 CFR 1910) personnel. Training is also provided online.

(30GI-30Hr) This three-day course provides a detailed awareness of OSHA general industry regulations and their implementation in the workplace. Students will obtain knowledge needed to implement a safety and health program. Subject matter includes OSHA standards, record keeping, safety, health, and environmental controls, fire prevention, personal protective equipment, hand and power tools, material handling, scaffolding, electrical, welding, hazard communication...and more. Training is also provided online.

(10GI-10Hr) This extended one-day session provides safety and health topics to entry-level participants. The curriculum, ranging from health and safety provisions of OSHA's General Duty Clause to hazard Communication instruction, complies with OSHA-designated training topics for General Industry (29 CFR 1910) personnel. Training is also provided online.

(30GI-30Hr) This three-day course provides a detailed awareness of OSHA general industry regulations and their implementation in the workplace. Students will obtain knowledge needed to implement a safety and health program. Subject matter includes OSHA standards, record keeping, safety, health, and environmental controls, fire prevention, personal protective equipment, hand and power tools, material handling, scaffolding, electrical, welding, hazard communication...and more. Training is also provided online.

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(CI) OSHA Construction Industry Standards

(CI) OSHA Construction Industry Standards

(10CI-10Hr) This extended one-day session is intended to provide a variety of instruction on construction industry safety and health standards to entry level workers. The curriculum, ranging from OSHA's General Duty Clause, General Safety and Health Provisions, to Fall Prevention, complies with OSHA-designated training topics for Construction Industry (29 CFR 1926) personnel. Training is also provided online. Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive an OSHA construction industry safety and health 10-hour course completion card.

(30CI-30Hr) This three-day course provides a more in-depth, comprehensive sutdy of the construction industry standards and their implementation in the workplace. Subject matter includesOSHA standards, record keeping, safety, health, and environmental control, fire prevention, protective and lifesaving equipment, hand and power tools, material handling and storage, fall protection, cranes and hoists, excavation, confined space entry...and more. Training is also provided online. Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive an OSHA construction industry safety and health 30-hour course completion card.

(10CI-10Hr) This extended one-day session is intended to provide a variety of instruction on construction industry safety and health standards to entry level workers. The curriculum, ranging from OSHA's General Duty Clause, General Safety and Health Provisions, to Fall Prevention, complies with OSHA-designated training topics for Construction Industry (29 CFR 1926) personnel. Training is also provided online. Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive an OSHA construction industry safety and health 10-hour course completion card.

(30CI-30Hr) This three-day course provides a more in-depth, comprehensive sutdy of the construction industry standards and their implementation in the workplace. Subject matter includesOSHA standards, record keeping, safety, health, and environmental control, fire prevention, protective and lifesaving equipment, hand and power tools, material handling and storage, fall protection, cranes and hoists, excavation, confined space entry...and more. Training is also provided online. Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive an OSHA construction industry safety and health 30-hour course completion card.

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(16PSM) Process Safety Management

(16PSM) Process Safety Management

(29 CFR 1910.119) Intended for personnel involved in the implementation of management of Highly-Hazardous Materials. Process Safety Management is an important part of a loss prevention and control program. The course outlines team composition and a team approach to process hazard review. Curriculum focus covers methodologies for determination and evaluation of process hazards ("What If" and Fault Tree Analysis)

(29 CFR 1910.119) Intended for personnel involved in the implementation of management of Highly-Hazardous Materials. Process Safety Management is an important part of a loss prevention and control program. The course outlines team composition and a team approach to process hazard review. Curriculum focus covers methodologies for determination and evaluation of process hazards ("What If" and Fault Tree Analysis)

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(16CH) Chemistry for the Non-Chemist

(16CH) Chemistry for the Non-Chemist

This course consists of a 16-hour review of chemistry basics. It is designed to describe how chemical properties affect material behavior from an occupational and environmental standpoint.

This course consists of a 16-hour review of chemistry basics. It is designed to describe how chemical properties affect material behavior from an occupational and environmental standpoint.

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• Occupational Training, Inc. reserves the right to postpone or cancel any course at anytime. Furthermore, Occupational Training, Inc. retains the right to substitute course instructors at anytime prior to, or during any scheduled course.

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  • Hanua Industrial Complex
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  • Kapolei, HI 96707

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