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OSHA 10, OSHA 30, Hazwoper, EM 385 1-1 Fall Protection

At United Alliance, we understand business risk and how safety training is seen in today’s competitive business climate. Without a proper safety management system and budget for safety you are jeopardizing your business in so many ways!

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Course Overview

OSHA 10 Hour Training

OSHA 10 hour training Massachusetts safety course for construction workers, supervisors, and other personnel responsible for construction activities with an awareness of construction health and safety concerns in the construction industry.

All attendees will become familiar with reading and using the OSHA 29CFR 1926 Construction Standards. Other OSHA related regulations will also be discussed. Students will receive an update and review of standard construction safety and health principles, and information that will prepare them to recognize and control a variety of hazardous conditions.

Course Topics

  • Intro to OSHA Standards and Requirements
  • Excavations
  • Scaffolds
  • Fall Protection
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Hand and Power Tools
  • Electrical Safety
  • Health Hazards-Hazard Communications
  • Material Handling, Use, Storage, and Disposal
  • Stairways and Ladders

Course Overview

OSHA 30 Hour Training

Developed by the U.S. Department of Labor to provide construction workers, supervisors, and other personnel responsible for construction activities with an awareness of construction health and safety concerns in the construction industry.

All attendees will become familiar with reading and using the OSHA 29CFR 1926 Construction Standards. Other OSHA related regulations will also be discussed. Students will be presented with more safety related information and OSHA Standards as compared to the 10-Hour OSHA Construction course. The course will cover all the Subparts of the Construction Standard.

Course Topics

  • Instruction to OSHA Standards,
  • Subpart C: General Safety and Health Provisions, Competent Person
  • STD3-1.1, “Clarification of Citation Policy Regarding 29 CFR 1926.20, 29 CFR 1926.21 and related General Safety and Health Provisions”; Safety Programs
  • Subpart D: Occupational Health and Environmental Controls (emphasis on Hazard Communication), Health hazards in Construction
  • Subpart E: Personal Protective and Lifesaving Equipment
  • Subpart F: Fire Protection and Prevention
  • Subpart H: Materials Handling, Storage, Use and Disposal
  • Subpart I: Tools/Hand and Power
  • Subpart J: Welding and Cutting
  • Subpart K: Electrical
  • Subpart L: Scaffolds
  • Subpart M: Fall Protection
  • Subpart N: Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Elevators and Conveyors
  • Subparts 0, W, and G:  Motor Vehicles, Mechanized Equipment, Marine Operations, Rollover Protective Structures and Overhead Protection; and Signs, Signals and Barricades
  • Subpart P: Excavations
  • Subpart Q: Concrete /Masonry Construction
  • Subpart X: Stairways and Ladders
  • Confined Space Entry

Course Overview

Hazwoper Training

Enroll now and next years Hazwoper 8 Hour Refresher is FREE

The Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Standard (HAZWOPER) applies to five distinct groups of employers and their employees. This includes any employees who are exposed or potentially exposed to hazardous substances including hazardous waste and who are engaged in clean-up operations required by a governmental body, whether federal, state, local, or other involving hazardous substances that are conducted at uncontrolled hazardous waste sites; corrective actions involving clean-up operations at sites covered by the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976 (RCRA); voluntary clean-up operations at sites recognized by federal, state, local, or other governmental body as uncontrolled hazardous waste sites; operations involving hazardous wastes that are conducted at treatment, storage, and disposal facilities regulated by Title 40 Code of Federal Regulations Parts 264 and 265 pursuant to RCRA, or by agencies under agreement with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to implement RCRA regulations and emergency response operations for releases of, or substantial threats of releases of, hazardous substances regardless of the location of the hazard.

Course Topics

  • Hazard recognition
  • Introduction to HAZWOPER regulations
  • Air monitoring methods and instrumentation
  • Toxicology and exposure guidelines
  • Respiratory protection
  • Site entry and reconnaissance and establishment of zones
  • Decontamination methods
  • Radiation
  • Response organization utilizing the Incident Command System
  • Chemical protective clothing
  • Table top scenarios and hands-on exercises
  • End of course exam

Course Overview

EM 385 1-1 Fall Protection

This course includes in-class lectures including PowerPoint and video and hands-on scenarios applying theory discussed to practical workplace situations. This Competent Person training is a pass/fail program incorporating both written and practical examinations and is based on the requirements of the federal regulations and local legislation that will be discussed and reinforced. Attendees will learn practical solutions to difficult fall protection problems using appropriate tools and equipment.

Course content complies with the requirements within OSHA 1926.32(f), 1926.500, 1910 ANSI/ASSE Z359.2 code. (EM 385-1-1, updated March 2015) (24-hours) standards. Additionally, this course will prepare participant with the knowledge and skills to perform the annual inspection and record keeping under these standards.

Course Topics

  • Fundamentals of Fall Protection
  • Hazard Analysis (Recognition of Hazards, Evaluation Criteria, Control Measures)
  • Anchorage Requirements
  • Energy Absorbing Lanyards
  • Function and Purpose of Energy Absorbers
  • Fall Protection Hardware Compatibility
  • Work Positioning Systems
  • Inspecting Fall Protection Systems
  • Installing Fall Protection Systems
  • Calculating Required Clearances
  • Selecting Fall Protection System Components)
  • Setting Up and Using Temporary Systems
  • Fall Protection Plans and Fall Protection Procedures
  • Detailed Inspection, Care, and Maintenance
  • Specialty Fall Arrest Systems
  • Troubleshooting Fall Restraint Systems and Fall Arrest Systems
  • Rescue and Applications in Fall Protection (Fall Victim, First on the Scene, Self-Rescue and Assisted Self-Rescue)
  • Fall Arrest and Restraint Systems
  • Fall Protection Regulations (OSHA) and Fall Protection Standards (ANSI)
  • Fall Protection and Fall Arrest Theory and Rescue Theory
  • Hierarchy of Fall Protection
  • Conventional Fall Protection (Guarding Systems)
  • Standards and Regulations Affecting the Fall Protection Industry
  • Recognizing and Identifying Fall Hazards
  • Common Commercially Available Fall Arrest Systems
  • Donning a Full Body Harness
  • Self-Retracting Lifelines
  • Vertical Lifelines
  • Horizontal Lifelines
  • Engineered Horizontal Lifelines
  • Ladder Climbing Devices

Our senior consultants and instructional staff are qualified and experienced in creating occupational safety and health management solutions.

United Alliance Services Corporation provides occupational safety and health management services throughout the Northeast. We help our clients achieve a safer work environment, which typically results in a healthier bottom-line profit. We believe that companies who properly manage and budget their worker’s safety and health, are positioned to operate more efficiently and and become more profitable.

United Alliance can help your company or organization develop, implement, and maintain a safety and health program that meets and exceeds OSHA safety requirements and in most cases is much more cost effective than managing the personnel and process internally.

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    OSHA Safety Training for Municipalities & Schools

    Beginning February 2019, public employees are required to provide OSHA safety training and maintain OSHA compliance with job sites and safety training.

    OSHA – UASC Training for MUNICIPALITIES:

    • Address the OSHA training requirements specific to each department
    • Training standards help municipalities perform jobs safely reducing worker comp, medical leave times, and injuries on the job.
    • Choose up to six electives that best suits your team members.
    • We maintain copies of all training’s, so if your system is compromised, we have a backup.
    • We’ll notify you when refreshers need to be renewed, so it’s one less thing to fall through the cracks.
    • We have developed the training programs allowing you to focus on your area of expertise

    Click here for OSHA Safety Training for Municipalities!

    OSHA – UASC Training for SCHOOLS:

    • Experienced OSHA safety regulations instructors
    • Help school employees perform their jobs safely by outlining first-hand, real-life scenarios
    • You choose the sessions that best suit your team members as you know them best
    • We maintain backup copies of all training documentation
    • Notifications when refreshers need to be renewed
    • We have developed the training programs, which is our area of expertise, to allow you to focus on your area of expertise – running an efficient school system.

    Click here for OSHA Safety Training for MA Schools!

    Record Keeping

    Prior to the new law, the public sector was exempt from maintaining an OSHA 300 log. The MA Department of Labor Standards (DLS) now states that you only need to provide your OSHA 300 log when an inspector or the Bureau of Labor Statistics requests to see it.

    The best practice is to maintain an OSHA 300 log.

    OSHA 300 Log for MA Public Sector

    An OSHA 300 log is used by private sector employers with more than 10 employees to maintain a record of injuries and illnesses that took place and are referred to as a “recordable”.

    All of the recordables are documented, but each record also needs a form 301 completed, which details the injury/illness.

    A recordable includes any work-related illness and/or injury that results in:

    • Fatality
    • loss of consciousness, missed work, restricted work, transfer to a lower-risk job
    • medical treatment beyond first aid
    • diagnosis of a work-related cancer, chronic irreversible disease, fractured or cracked bones/teeth, and punctured eardrums
    • any drugs being prescribed or taken at prescription strength

    Needle-sticks and sharps injuries, medical removal, hearing loss, and tuberculosis have special recording criteria.

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