Certified Workplace Safety Training Courses - Advanced Safety Consulting

Training Courses


Asbestos Training

Asbestos II
Class includes all the topics in Asbestos I plus the specific work practices and engineering controls which specifically relate to the category of material being removed. Class includes “hands-on” training in the work practices applicable to each category of material that employees will remove and each removal method used.
Asbestos III
Class III training is consistent with EPA requirements [40 CFR 763.92(a)(2)]. The course includes “hands-on” training. Training includes the specific work practices and engineering controls which specifically relate to that activity, and shall include “hands-on” training in the work practices applicable to each category of material that the employee disturbs.
Asbestos IV
OSHA Minimum
Training for employees performing Class IV operations is consistent with EPA requirements [40 CFR 763.92(a)(1)]. The class includes all available site information: locations of thermal system insulation and surfacing ACM/PACM, and asbestos-containing flooring material, or flooring material where the absence of asbestos has not yet been certified. Class covers recognition of damage, deterioration, and delaminating of asbestos containing building materials. How to recognize Asbestos and the Medical complications related to Asbestos exposure.

Competent Person Excavation & Training

Competent Person Excavation and Trenching
This course teaches attendees how to meet competent person requirements under the OSHA Excavation Standard. Highlights of the class include detailed explanation of soil testing, cave-in protection methods, inspection techniques, and other requirements as outlined by the standard. This course is a must for excavators, utility companies, foundation workers, general contractors, and anyone who works in or around excavations.

This class provides the education for a company to identify an individual as a Competent Person.Participants will learn definitions and terminology, general safety requirements for every excavation, different types of protective systems, participate in a hands-on soil classification lab, understand the duties of a Competent Person, and learn what regulatory agencies focus on during an inspection. Class includes multiple practical exercises which develop decision making skills and field observations of actual excavations.

OSHA Inspection Training

OSHA Inspection Training
This class teaches attendees what to do and what not to do before and during an OSHA inspection in order to minimize violations, citations, and to prevent implicating your company unnecessarily.

Respiratory Training

Respiratory Protection, Respirator Training, & Qualitative Fit Testing
This course prepares workers to use particulate/dust masks and cartridge half mask respirators. This course requires that the users be medically qualified before they are fit tested or wear a respirator. This should be done prior to attending this class. During the cause, attendees will learn about the different respirator types, respirator selection, how they protect the worker, proper wear and how to inspect, clean and service the respirator.
Respiratory Hazards in Construction
Did you know that a medical evaluation, fit test, and special training is needed for any employee who is required to wear a respirator…even a dust mask? This class teaches attendees about the OSHA standard for respiratory protection. Highlights include written program requirements, medical testing and training.

Confined Space Training

Confined Space Entry Construction or Industrial – Entrants, Attendants, & Supervisors
This class teaches attendees how to safely enter and work in confined spaces. Topics of discussion will include determining what is a confined space, testing for air quality, ventilation techniques, and entry & work practices. All will be trained to become a competent person under OSHA’s definition.
Confined Space Entry Industrial– Non-Entry Rescue
This class teaches attendees how to safely enter and work in confined spaces. Topics of discussion will include determining what is a confined space, testing for air quality, ventilation techniques, and entry & work practices. All will be trained to become a competent person under OSHA’s definition. Special equipment needs for confined space will be reviewed and demonstrated.

Fall Protection Training

Fall Protection Awareness
This course teaches general fall protection awareness for fall hazards in general industry and construction. It teaches workers how to identify and report fall hazards. This course will discuss and demonstrate protection barricades and personal fall arrest equipment.
Fall Protection Subpart M – For Employees
This course teaches the current OSHA law and practical solutions for fall protection in the workplace. All attendees will be trained to the level of a qualified/competent person according to OSHA definitions.
Fall Protection Subpart M – Competent Person – Supervisor/Qualified Person
Fall protection is one of OSHA’s most frequently cited violations. This course takes a more in-depth look at OSHA’s fall protection requirements. Solutions to common fall protection challenges, “no where to tie off.” Excellent course for field supervisors.
Fall Protection for Subpart R
Fall protection is one of OSHA’s most frequently cited violations. This course teaches students about OSHA’s fall protection requirements pertaining to Steel Erection. This course is part of the Steel Erection Subpart R recommendation for Steel Erectors and General Contractors.

Fire Protection Training

Fire Protection and Fire Extinguisher Training
If you provide fire extinguishers for your employees to use, they must be trained! Class covers the theory of fire, types of extinguishers, the differences between extinguishment media and the modes of extinguishment, how to properly use an extinguisher, and fire scenario response plans.

Hazwoper Training

HAZWOPER (Hazardous Waste & Emergency Response)
– Supervisory

Will you be responsible for employees on Superfund, Brownfield, or EPA cleanup sites? This course should be tailored to a specific firm and its management policies and principles. It will cover pertinent OSHA regulations, reporting requirements for injuries and illnesses, risk management and the true cost of incidents, outside contractors and liability, community impacts, and project management of higher risk activities such as scaffold erection, excavation, fall protection, cranes, working near railroad tracks, PPE selection, and traffic control.
HAZWOPER (Hazardous Waste & Emergency Response)
– Annual Refresher

Class is tailored to a specific project. It covers physical, biological, and chemical hazards which may be found on remediation sites and general safe practices. Planning for emergency response, PPE selection, exposure monitoring and general hazard assessment practices are covered. Hazards associated with use of heavy equipment, excavations, drill rigs, materials handling, drum handling, soil and water sampling, and bioaugmentation are covered as needed. Students are also taught site layout practices and client/subcontractor interaction techniques. Written exam is required.

HAZWOPER (Hazardous Waste & Emergency Response)
– 24 Hour

This course reviews the OSHA HAZWOPER Standard and its requirements. Detailed lectures on medical monitoring, principles of safety, the properties of hazardous materials, health hazards, hazard communication, personal protective equipment, respiratory protection, drum handling, instrumentation, confined space entry, spill response, site control and engineering practices are provided. Class includes hands on exercises which require participants to apply what they have learned. Proficiency must be demonstrated through completion of a written exam.
HAZWOPER (Hazardous Waste & Emergency Response)
– 40 Hour

Have hazardous materials been discovered on your project? This course reviews the OSHA HAZWOPER Standard and its requirements. Detailed lectures on medical monitoring, principles of safety, the properties of hazardous materials, health hazards, hazard communication, personal protective equipment, respiratory protection, drum handling, instrumentation, confined space entry, spill response, site control and engineering practices are provided. Class includes multiple hands on exercises which require participants to apply what they have learned to realistic scenarios. Class requires 32 hours with the remaining 8 hours devoted to CPR/First Aid/AED for an additional charge or as a responsibility for clients to complete. Proficiency must be demonstrated through completion of a written exam.

Much More Offered
  • Front Line Employee , Supervisor,Mid Level and Senior Management Training
  • OSHA -10 hour and 30 hour  training
  • MSHA – New Miner / Annual Refresher
  • Incident Investigation Training
  • Injury and Illness Prevention Program
  • Hazard Communication and Chemical Hygiene Program

  • Ergonomics and proper workstation modification

  • Hearing Conservation Program

  • Lock-Out/Tag-Out

Forklift training

Hydrogen Sulfide

Hazardous Communication / GHS

MSHA Annual Refresher