We offer two avenues to attend safety courses in order to achieve your goals.  Some courses are available in resident or on-line.  Most courses can be applied towards a safety certification and / or a degree.

Our safety program is a competency-based program and represents a path for individuals who wish to pursue a career in the workplace safety profession.  This program is intended to be practical, real-world, and application-based, that revolves around OSHAs 29 CFR 1910 General Industry Standards.  This is a foundation of a sound, empirically based education that meet the needs for current and future safety leaders. The principal competencies of this program focus on knowledge, skills, and abilities in safety, health and environmental profession.

OS1050: Occupational Health and Safety Fundamentals

  • Overview

    The Occupational Health & Safety Fundamentals course is informative health & safety course offering a clear picture of the responsibilities and liabilities for workplace safety while providing a better understanding of OSHA regulations.

    Purpose

    To provide a base of knowledge for the practical application of:

    • Health & Safety principles and practices for the protection of personnel, the environment, and organizational equipment
    • Organizational improvement practices to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of general industry workers

    What You Will Learn

    The Business of Regulatory Compliance

    • The morality of Workplace Safety in Business. The life blood of any business – The Worker. The moral responsibility of sending them home whole and healthy at the end of a work day
    • Why Safety is also important to the bottom line (convincing the boss)
    • What the Courts Expect
    • Steps you can take to help you reduce/eliminate OSHA fines
    • Keys to Understanding OSHA compliance, how to perform your own OSHA inspection, and how to work with OSHA after an Inspection
    • Fast Sources of Safety Information and how to stay abreast of ever changing regulations
    • Seeing your facility through the OSHA Inspectors eyes
    • Plans, Programs and Policies that you can modify for site specific customization helping you establish a safer work environment
    • Understanding the Code to Federal Regulations

    Why Attend?

    • Understand what OSHA compliance means
    • Certified Occupational Safety Specialist (OSS) certifications designation
    • Available on-line or resident
    • Up to 8 weeks to complete the course online
    • Reduce costly injuries and illness in the workplace

    Who should attend?

    • Safety Managers
    • Risk Managers
    • Human Resources Professionals
    • Safety Committee Members
    • Facilities and Plant Managers
    • Department Heads
    • General Managers
  • Curriculum

    This course is divided into three separate volumes to allow for easier studying.

    • Introduction to OSHA
    • Understanding Chemicals
    • Basic Toxicology
    • Hazard Communication
    • Globally Harmonized System (GHS)
    • Introduction to Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response
    • Permit-Required Confined Spaces
    • Personal Protective Equipment
    • Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout)
    • Ergonomics
    • Bloodborne Pathogens
    • Occupational Noise Exposure
    • Fire Protection and Emergency Action Plans
    • Powered Industrial Trucks (Forklifts)
    • Hand and Portable Powered Tools
    • Machine Safeguarding
    • Electricity
    • Fall Protection and Walking / Working Surfaces
    • OSHA Recordkeeping
    • Welding, Cutting and Brazing
  • Tuition

    Prerequisites: None

    Tuition: $695.00

    Length: 8 weeks

    Difficulty: Beginner

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OS1060: Risk Management / Professional Safety Auditor (PSA)

  • Overview

    The Professional Safety Auditor Course provides the tools necessary to identify and eliminate hazards in the workplace. Students will be able to methodically asses the workplace for potential hazards for human injury through detailed analysis and discovery, determine proper abatement methods to remove, isolate or reduce hazards and provide equipment for employee protection.

    The students will also understand the importance on the inspection process to continually monitor the workplace to ensure proper maintenance and compliance to procedures and ensure existing hazards controls are functioning adequately.

    Purpose

    To provide a base of knowledge for the practical application of:

    • Identifying and determining hazards
    • Monitoring facilities, equipment, processes and procedures for ongoing hazard identification
    • Effectiveness and efficiency of general industry workers

    Why Attend PSA Workshop!

    • Techniques to conducting Job Hazard Analysis
    • Learn ways to eliminate and prevent hazards in the workplace
    • Discover circumstances, situations, equipment, or materials that may harm a person
    • Reduce workers’ compensation costs
    • Increase worker productivity
    • Types of site safety inspections
    • How to identify and record potential and actual hazards
    • Ways to conduct safety inspections
    • Learn factors that contribute to accidents and incidents
    • Means of accident and incident prevention
    • Accident mitigation
    • Identify and implement countermeasures that contain risks
    • Incident/Accident Investigation Techniques

    Who Should Attend!

    • Safety Managers
    • Risk Managers
    • Human Resources Professionals
    • Safety Committee Members
    • Facilities and Plant Managers
    • Department Heads
    • General Managers
  • Curriculum
    • Risk Management Analysis
    • Develop a Hazard Analysis
    • Hazard Abatement
    • Hazard Identification Methods
    • Four Types of Hazard Analysis
    • The Hierarchy of Hazard Controls
    • The Safety Management System
    • Performing the Job Hazard Analysis
    • Assessments and Types of Inspections
    • About Workplace Safety Inspections
    • Preparing and Conducting an Inspection
    • Reviewing and Reporting
    • Follow-Up and Review
    • The Initial Investigation at the Accident Scene
    • Managing the Accident Investigation
    • Collecting and Analyzing Data
    • Developing Conclusions and Judgments of Need
    • Reporting the Results
  • Tuition

    Prerequisites: Completion of the OHS Fundamentals or equivalent.

    Tuition: $695.00

    Length: 40 hour resident

    Difficulty: Intermediate

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OS1070: Injury Illness Prevention Program

  • Overview

    This course Discusses the need for an effective Written Safety Program and Policies OSHA’s requirement for such a program, and the various activities required to comply with the program’s four major elements. Students will also develop one individual written policy and participate in a group written policy.

    Who should attend: Those who are responsible for developing safety programs and procedures.

  • Curriculum
    • Written Programs Introduction
    • Safety Management System
    • Safety Culture
    • Safety and Health Program Elements
  • Tuition

    Prerequisite: Occupational Health and Safety Fundamentals or equivalent

    Tuition: $695.00

    Length: 40 hour resident

    Difficulty: Intermediate

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OS1080: Instructor Development Course

  • Overview

    Learn to analyze the requirements of an organization for training needs; develop goals and objectives for a safety-training program; adult training methodology and implement a safety training session; and determine a training evaluation plan. They also develop and improve their skills in applying the teaching-learning process and giving effective presentations.

    Upon successful completion of this course, the students will be able to analyze the requirements of an organization for training needs; develop goals and objectives for a safety-training program; adult training methodology and implement a safety training session; and determine a training evaluation plan. They also develop and improve their skills in applying the teaching-learning process and giving effective presentations.

    Who should attend: Anyone who is interested in developing and providing safety training

  • Curriculum
    • Foundation of Instructional Design
    • Course Development Process
    • Foundation of Measurement and Evaluation
    • Delivery Instruction
  • Tuition

    Prerequisites: Attendance of Resident Capstone for online learners

    Tuition: $695.00

    Length: 40 hour resident / 8 weeks on-line

    Difficulty: Intermediate

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