In-Person Classes Now Open
In-Person Classes Now Open
Effective workplace safety training is essential to any good program. Our Safety and Health Training programs cover all industries including the Occupational Safety and Health, Mine Safety and Health, Department of Transportation. Contact us for special pricing when we conduct training at your facility. All of our courses can be taught in English and/or Spanish.
This course provides participants with the required Flagger Certification Training to meet UDOT training requirements to be a flagger in the state of Utah. This training is good for 3-years. This course is approved under the American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA).
This course meets the requirements for the FMCSA/DOT Drug and Alcohol Reasonable suspicion training for supervisors. This course is two hours and covers all the required elements including Supervisor responsibilities, signs of drug and alcohol use, referring employees for reasonable suspicion testing.
This MSHA training course covers all aspects of the annual health and safety training requirements for owners, operators, and miners under 30 CFR Part 48 for metal/non-metal/coal surface miners. Students will receive their MSHA 5000-23 form upon completion. Participants must provide proof of New Miner Training or Previous Annual Refresher Training completed within the last 5 years.
Upon completion of this course, participants will have an understanding of basic crane and rigging practices. Topics include inspection, calculations, set up, and controls. This course can be used for either overhead, mobile cranes or both.
This course meets OSHA requirements for the theory/classroom instruction for forklift operation. Topics covered in this course include safe operation, loading and unloading, pre-shift inspections, and worksite inspections. This covers Class 1-7 forklifts for both general industry and construction industries. Upon completion of the course, participants will receive a card certifying that the training has been completed. It is the employer's responsibility to conduct the onsite evaluation and designate authorized operators. SMTS personnel can conduct onsite observations upon request for an additional fee. Participants must be at least 18 years old to attend this training.
This course provides participants with a basic understanding of aerial work platform operation for both scissor lifts and /or boom lifts. This course has both theory-based training as well as a hands-on evaluation with a certificate of completion issued upon successful completion of the course. This course meets the new ANSI A92.24-2018 Theory Requirements. Onsite evaluations and hands-on training available upon request for an additional fee.
This course supplies participants with the most up-to-date CPR and AED training. Upon completion, students will receive a CPR Certification valid for two years through the American Red Cross. We offer a full classroom or blended course option.
This short course covers the basics of bloodborne pathogens in the work environment. This course meets OSHA 1910.1030 requirements.
This course will provide participants with an understanding on how to approach accidents from an investigative approach. The end result will help the organization find the root causes to the accent and be able to properly identify root causes and concrete countermeasures to reduce the likelihood of future incidents of the same type. Special pricing available when scheduled jointly with Injury Management for Supervisors.
This course will help participants understand the regulatory requirements for injury reporting. We will cover what is recordable/reportable and what is first aid. How to properly manage injuries to reduce the impact on the employee and the company. We will also discuss return to work programs, clinic selection and reporting procedures. Special pricing available when schedule jointly with Investigative Approach to Incident Investigation.
SMTS will provide 52 weekly training topics to your organization, these will be emailed at the end of each week for the following week.