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OSHA Maritime Standards for Marine Terminals

UASC-MT-057-A 30

This new OSHA 30-hour maritime outreach course specific to marine terminal operations builds upon the new OSHA 10-hour Outreach Training Program by adding additional topics relevant to marine terminal operation (and all related equipment). This course includes topics like specialized marine terminal operations “roll on/roll off,” railroad facilities/operations at the marine terminal, safe slinging (using land-based cargo handling gear), proper stacking; and includes advanced PIT/forklift training (including various forklift attachments unique to marine terminals). Also covered in this course are a variety of required and elective outreach topics that include OSHA’s maritime standards specific to marine terminals (29 CFR 1917).  


  • Managing safety and health 
  • Walking and working surfaces
  • Personal protective equipment
  • Fall protection/Scaffolding
  • Confined and enclosed spaces
  • Fire protection
  • Electrical
  • Lockout /tagout
  • Machine guarding
  • Hot work
  • Respiratory protection
  • Material handling 
  • Lockout /tagout

Who Should Attend: 

All individuals who work on maritime sites 

Regulatory Requirements:  

29CFR 1917


Service Locations:

New England: Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island

Tri-State: Connecticut, New York, New Jersey

Mid-Atlantic: Delaware, Maryland, Washington DC


Safety Training and Consulting

Schedule an OSHA training or free risk assessment!