OSHA safety training programs are paramount to the safety and success of your construction (or similarly related) company. So if you're looking for an OSHA training program in Utah or anywhere in the United States, turn to the professionals at Safety Management and Training Solutions. We're professional and experienced, and we take a hands-on approach to training to ensure you and your employees get the training and certification you need.
Our goal is to help companies like yours have a thorough understanding of what OSHA training entails and be set up to achieve safety excellence in the future. We'll bring our OSHA safety training program to you so you don't have to worry about logistics or employee travel time. And our services are affordable and informative and will be catered to meet the needs of your organization.
If you're looking for OSHA training for your Utah company, let Safety Management and Training Solutions come to you with our courses. Take a look at our programs and courses below and get in touch with us to sign up or ask any questions. Call us at 855-203-6335.
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 successful completion, participants will receive a card certifying they have completed the 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 covers the requirements as set forth in OSHA 29 CFR 1910 Subpart S and 29 CFR 1926 Subpart K, topics include the identification and control of electrical hazards.
Is your company required to meet the OSHA Energy Isolation requirements? Our Lockout/Tagout training course helps participants understand the OSHA standards and how they apply to their companies, from identifying energy sources to proper isolation procedures we will review all of the requirements, this course is ideal for both Authorized and Affected employees to understand their individual roles and responsibilities
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 course meets OSHA Construction Requirements
This course meets OSHA requirements for Initial Training for Hazardous Waste Operations, including Transfer, Storage, and Disposal Facilities. Emergency Response Teams for Hazardous Substance Containment and Cleanup Operations.
An 8-hour program that meets the OSHA required annual refresher training, in this course, we review pertinent standards such as, application, and definitions; safety and health programs; site characterization and analysis; site control; training; medical surveillance; engineering controls, work practices, and personal protective equipment; monitoring; site safety and health plans; drums and containers; decontamination; and, emergency response.
This short course covers the basics of bloodborne pathogens in the work environment. This course meets OSHA 1910.1030 requirements.
This short course is designed to help participants better understand the OSHA recordkeeping standards and apply principles to help reduce incorrect reporting of injury and illnesses.
This course meets OSHA training requirements for affected users of fall protection. Upon completion of this course, participants will have an understanding of their roles and responsibilities when assigned a task that requires fall protection. This course covers, proper selection and use, daily inspections, when and how to use fall protection, and employer responsibilities.
This course covers the basic requirements for Personal Protective Use in the workplace, this course covers the selection, use and training requirements as well as how to conduct a PPE hazard assessment and certification.
This course covers the required elements of the OSHA Hazard Communication 1910.1200 Subpart Z. Each employer is required to provide training, labeling and Safety Data Sheets for all chemicals that employees are subjected too. This course covers the required elements under the Globally Harmonized System for chemical labeling.
This course covers the hazard recognition and inspection criteria that is required to be considered a competent person. This course covers the OSHA requirements for installation and use of a variety of types and styles of scaffolds, including tube and coupler, ladder jacks, baker (rolling) scaffolds, and suspended scaffolds. This course also covers the required fall protection requirements for working on scaffolds.
This course provides participants with the training and understanding of the hazards and control measures associated with Trenching and Excavation activities. This course covers the critical standards that companies must use to protect employees, including the identification and selection of protective systems and soil classification requirements.
This course provides participants with the training and understanding to identify hazards that are associated with Permit Required Confined Space classification and entry. This course covers the OSHA requirements for both General Industry and Construction. Participants will gain an understanding of the roles and responsibilites of each team member as well as air monitoring and ventialation practices for entry. Upon completion of this course participants may be considered a competent person by
Falls are one of the leading causes of serious injury and fatalities in both Construction and General Industry. This course provides an understanding of the common types of fall protection and prevention requirements, inspection criteria, training, and policy development for fall protection and prevention. Including the proper selection and use of anchor points, as well as the requirements for designing fall protection systems.
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