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We offer Hands-on Equipment Operator Safety Training, Some training is offered live over zoom.

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Aerial Lift Certifications Training

Boom lift and Scissor Lift Equipment Operator Training, Classroom, and Hands-on training Aerial Equipment Certification Training. Aerial lift or MEWP operator certification is also a requirement under OSHA guidelines. If your company has boom or man lifts, scissor lifts, bucket trucks, or any other elevated platform KARM Safety Solutions will come to your facility or job site and properly train your operators on lift safety. We will also include fall prevention training on the full-body harnesses that are required on most aerial lifts. Our Boom and Scissor trainings are OSHA and ANSI-compliant. We are training people on the new ANSI A92.22 and 24 Standards. We also have templates to make your Company compliant with the updated policies needed to be compliant. Under the new rule all employees in the basket as well as any supervisor who watches, people operate MEWP's Boom lifts and Scissor lifts) need to be trained to the new standards. We also have Boom and Scissor Rescue Training. This combined blended learning program covers the theory and exam portions of boom lift & scissor lift training using an interactive online presentation also. Questions ask Nevin or Robert

https://www.osha.gov/sites/default/files/publications/aerial-lifts-factsheet.pdf

**We offer Oregon CCB Credits, MSHA, and LCB Credits for this Course.


Washington – Camas, Centralia, Olympia, Pasco, Richfield, Vancouver. We do travel to other areas call Nevin or Email us.

Oregon – Albany, Ashland, Astoria, Aumsville, Aurora, Beaverton, Baker, Brownsville, Burns, Lake Oswego, Bend, Boardman, Canby, Cannon Beach, Carlton, Coburg, Coos Bay, Cornelius, Corvallis, Cottage Grove, Dallas, Dayton, Depoe Bay, Detroit, Donald, Dundee, Estacada, Eugene, Florence, Forest Grove, Gates, Gervais, Gladstone, Grants Pass, Gresham, Happy Valley, Harrisburg, Hillsboro, Hood River, Hubbard, Independence, John Day, Junction City, Keizer, Klamath Falls, Lebanon, La Grande, Lake Oswego, La Pine, Lincoln City, Lyons, Madras, McMinnville, Milwaukie, Medford, Millersburg, Monmouth, Molalla, Mt Angel, Newberg, North Bend, Oak Ridge, Oregon City, Pendleton, Philomath, Portland, Prineville, Rainier, Redmond, Roseburg, Salem, Scotts Mills, Seaside, Sheridan, Sherwood, Stayton, St. Helens, Silverton, Sandy, Sheridan, Sherwood, Sisters, Springfield, St Helens, St Paul, Sun River, Tangent, The Dalles, Tigard, Tillamook, Troutdale, Turner, Waldport, West Linn, Willamina, Wilsonville, Woodburn– And all points in between.



Asbestos Training

Asbestos Awareness Certification Training. Asbestos is the name given to a group of naturally occurring minerals, OSHA requires anyone working around asbestos to have awareness training. Asbestos has been used in products such as insulation, floor tiles, building materials, vehicle brakes, and clutches. Asbestos is well recognized as a health hazard and its use is now highly regulated by both OSHA and EPA. Asbestos Training is important to your health. Every employee's exposure to asbestos contributes to the risk of getting an asbestos-related disease.

Where there is exposure, employers are required to further protect workers. Our Asbestos Awareness Training program helps make employees aware of the hazards of asbestos, and how to best protect themselves. This Asbestos Certification Training is for any Employees who work around Asbestos either during remodeling activities, or demo of structures.

It isn't designed for employees who remove it as employees who are Asbestos Removal Certified take a much more extensive course. After the Asbestos Awareness Certification Training, we offer a certificate to the employee. Asbestos awareness training of offered online or in person. Contact Nevin for Certification pricing and more Details.


https://osha.oregon.gov/OSHAPubs/factsheets/fs30.pdf

CCB Credits, MSHA Credits and LCB credits for this Course

Can Also be done via ZOOM


Washington – Camas, Centralia, Olympia, Pasco, Richfield, Vancouver. We do travel to other areas call Nevin or Email us.

Oregon – Albany, Ashland, Astoria, Aumsville, Aurora, Beaverton, Baker, Brownsville, Burns, Lake Oswego, Bend, Boardman, Canby, Cannon Beach, Carlton, Coburg, Coos Bay, Cornelius, Corvallis, Cottage Grove, Dallas, Dayton, Depoe Bay, Detroit, Donald, Dundee, Estacada, Eugene, Florence, Forest Grove, Gates, Gervais, Gladstone, Grants Pass, Gresham, Happy Valley, Harrisburg, Hillsboro, Hood River, Hubbard, Independence, John Day, Junction City, Keizer, Klamath Falls, Lebanon, La Grande, Lake Oswego, La Pine, Lincoln City, Lyons, Madras, McMinnville, Milwaukie, Medford, Millersburg, Monmouth, Molalla, Mt Angel, Newberg, North Bend, Oak Ridge, Oregon City, Pendleton, Philomath, Portland, Prineville, Rainier, Redmond, Roseburg, Salem, Scotts Mills, Seaside, Sheridan, Sherwood, Stayton, St. Helens, Silverton, Sandy, Sheridan, Sherwood, Sisters, Springfield, St Helens, St Paul, Sun River, Tangent, The Dalles, Tigard, Tillamook, Troutdale, Turner, Waldport, West Linn, Willamina, Wilsonville, Woodburn– And all points in between.

States our online training is valid in.

California, Texas, New York, Florida, Pennsylvania, Carolina, Illinois, Ohio, Georgia, Michigan, Washington State, Oregon, Virginia, Arizona, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Indiana, Missouri, Maryland, Wisconsin, Colorado, Minnesota, Alabama, Louisiana, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Connecticut, Utah, Nevada, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Montana, Rhode Island, Delaware, Dakota, Alaska, Wyoming, Vermont


Confined Space Competent Person Training

Confined Space Competent Person Certification Training. Fatalities in Confined spaces are usually in pairs, as you look inside and see your coworker laying on the ground. In 2015 OSHA change the requirements of the training to include Construction in the Confined Space standard. Our Confined Space Competent Person training will teach employees how to be safe. How long can you survive in a low-oxygen space? Definition of a confined space and is it a Permit required, or a non-permit required? The confined Space Entry person and the attendant must be trained.

Many workplaces contain confined spaces because their configurations hinder the activities of employees who must enter, work in, and exit them. These confined spaces have limited or restricted means for entry or exit, may contain hazards, and are not designed for continuous employee occupancy. Confined spaces include, but are not limited to underground vaults, tanks, storage bins, manholes, pits, silos, process vessels, and pipelines. If you work in any confined space you need to be trained or Confined Space Competent Person Training meets the Training requirements of OSHA as it has been recently updated. After completing this course students will be able to:

A. Describe a permit required for a confined space.

B. Understand the requirements of OSHA Regulation 1910.146.

C. Understand safe work practices for working in and around confined spaces.

D. Understand the requirements of the competent person.

E. Is the underside of a house a confined space, a Permit-Required, or just a space?

F. Confined Space Rescue Requirements.

H. Can we convert it to a non-permit required confined space?

Ask Nevin for Details


https://www.osha.gov/laws-regs/regulations/standardnumber/1910/1910.146


Training is offered on Zoom also or Live Instructor led

**We offer Oregon CCB Credits, MSHA, and LCB Credits for this Course.


Washington – Camas, Centralia, Olympia, Pasco, Richfield, Vancouver. We do travel to other areas call Nevin or Email us.

Oregon – Albany, Ashland, Astoria, Aumsville, Aurora, Beaverton, Baker, Brownsville, Burns, Lake Oswego, Bend, Boardman, Canby, Cannon Beach, Carlton, Coburg, Coos Bay, Cornelius, Corvallis, Cottage Grove, Dallas, Dayton, Depoe Bay, Detroit, Donald, Dundee, Estacada, Eugene, Florence, Forest Grove, Gates, Gervais, Gladstone, Grants Pass, Gresham, Happy Valley, Harrisburg, Hillsboro, Hood River, Hubbard, Independence, John Day, Junction City, Keizer, Klamath Falls, Lebanon, La Grande, Lake Oswego, La Pine, Lincoln City, Lyons, Madras, McMinnville, Milwaukie, Medford, Millersburg, Monmouth, Molalla, Mt Angel, Newberg, North Bend, Oak Ridge, Oregon City, Pendleton, Philomath, Portland, Prineville, Rainier, Redmond, Roseburg, Salem, Scotts Mills, Seaside, Sheridan, Sherwood, Stayton, St. Helens, Silverton, Sandy, Sheridan, Sherwood, Sisters, Springfield, St Helens, St Paul, Sun River, Tangent, The Dalles, Tigard, Tillamook, Troutdale, Turner, Waldport, West Linn, Willamina, Wilsonville, Woodburn– And all points in between.


California, Texas, New York, Florida, Pennsylvania, Carolina, Illinois, Ohio, Georgia, Michigan, Washington State, Oregon, Virginia, Arizona, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Indiana, Missouri, Maryland, Wisconsin, Colorado, Minnesota, Alabama, Louisiana, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Connecticut, Utah, Nevada, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Montana, Rhode Island, Delaware, Dakota, Alaska, Wyoming, Vermont


Electrical Awareness Training

Electrical Safety Training, this course addresses electrical safety requirements to safeguard employees and contractors who work near exposed energized parts, electrical equipment, and wiring in hazardous locations. This Basic Electric safety training is designed to help protect persons exposed to dangers such as electric shock, electrocution, fires, and explosions. All employees who work around electricity would benefit from this Course.

This is an awareness-level course for “unqualified persons” as defined by OSHA. Electricity is essential to modern life, both at home and on the job. Some employees work with electricity directly like electricians, electronic workers, and power line workers. Many of us work around electricity but are not qualified to directly handle electrical components, or in other words, not allowed to be potentially exposed to live electrical parts.

OSHA’s Subpart S, 1910.332 provides details on specific electrical hazards and which employees are required to receive electrical safety training. Examples of employee job categories that are exposed to an elevated electrical hazard include electrical and electronic engineers, equipment assemblers and technicians; industrial machine and material handling equipment operators; mechanics and repairers; and painters and welders.

Participants will explore the basic legal requirements for ensuring safety to the highest possible standards in the workplace. Upon successful completion of the course, participants will understand the dangers of electric shock and how to avoid potential injury or death.

The course covers:

  • Elements of OSHA Electrical Safety Regulation (29 CFR 1910.301-399, Subpart S)

  • Key terms and concepts of electrical safety

  • The importance of electrical safety-related work practices

  • How to identify employees' appropriate training and protection requirements

  • Four types of electrical injuries

  • Protecting employees who work on or near electrical conductors and equipment

https://www.osha.gov/sites/default/files/publications/OSHA3942.pdf


https://www.osha.gov/sites/default/files/publications/electrical_safety.pdf


CCB, MSHA, and LCB Credits for this course

can also be done via ZOOM

Washington – Camas, Centralia, Olympia, Pasco, Richfield, Vancouver. We do travel to other areas call Nevin or Email us.

Oregon – Albany, Ashland, Astoria, Aumsville, Aurora, Beaverton, Baker, Brownsville, Burns, Lake Oswego, Bend, Boardman, Canby, Cannon Beach, Carlton, Coburg, Coos Bay, Cornelius, Corvallis, Cottage Grove, Dallas, Dayton, Depoe Bay, Detroit, Donald, Dundee, Estacada, Eugene, Florence, Forest Grove, Gates, Gervais, Gladstone, Grants Pass, Gresham, Happy Valley, Harrisburg, Hillsboro, Hood River, Hubbard, Independence, John Day, Junction City, Keizer, Klamath Falls, Lebanon, La Grande, Lake Oswego, La Pine, Lincoln City, Lyons, Madras, McMinnville, Milwaukie, Medford, Millersburg, Monmouth, Molalla, Mt Angel, Newberg, North Bend, Oak Ridge, Oregon City, Pendleton, Philomath, Portland, Prineville, Rainier, Redmond, Roseburg, Salem, Scotts Mills, Seaside, Sheridan, Sherwood, Stayton, St. Helens, Silverton, Sandy, Sheridan, Sherwood, Sisters, Springfield, St Helens, St Paul, Sun River, Tangent, The Dalles, Tigard, Tillamook, Troutdale, Turner, Waldport, West Linn, Willamina, Wilsonville, Woodburn– And all points in between.


California, Texas, New York, Florida, Pennsylvania, Carolina, Illinois, Ohio, Georgia, Michigan, Washington State, Oregon, Virginia, Arizona, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Indiana, Missouri, Maryland, Wisconsin, Colorado, Minnesota, Alabama, Louisiana, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Connecticut, Utah, Nevada, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Montana, Rhode Island, Delaware, Dakota, Alaska, Wyoming, Vermont



Fall Protection Competent Person Training

Fall Protection Competent Person Certification Training. Our Fall Protection Training is designed to help employees to work safely and identify hazards and work safely around them, in accordance with OSHA 29CFR1926 subdivision M Fall Protection Training.

Fall protection training is an important part of a worker's overall safety training. Identifying fall hazards and deciding how best to protect workers is the first step in reducing or eliminating fall hazards. Occupational fatalities caused by falls remain a serious public health problem. 44% of falls in construction are related to ladders. Our OSHA-compliant Fall Protection Competent Person Certification Training course will help make your fall protection program OSHA Compliant.

This safety course will show you a variety of methods to safeguard you from falling at height.

This course is offered live or online. Fall Protection remains the # 1 cited violation by OSHA and the 7 th most cited violation for training requirements by OSHA. ANSI says training should be conducted every 2 years. Designed to help employees working in construction and general industry keep worksites safe. We also teach the most important part of Fall Protection Training,

how do you rescue a fallen worker? Our Fall Protection Training also covers daily equipment inspections.

Training offered on Zoom or in-person

https://www.osha.gov/fall-protection

**We offer Oregon CCB Credits, MSHA Training Credits, and LCB for this Course.


Washington – Camas, Centralia, Olympia, Pasco, Richfield, Vancouver. We do travel to other areas call Nevin or Email us.

Oregon – Albany, Ashland, Astoria, Aumsville, Aurora, Beaverton, Baker, Brownsville, Burns, Lake Oswego, Bend, Boardman, Canby, Cannon Beach, Carlton, Coburg, Coos Bay, Cornelius, Corvallis, Cottage Grove, Dallas, Dayton, Depoe Bay, Detroit, Donald, Dundee, Estacada, Eugene, Florence, Forest Grove, Gates, Gervais, Gladstone, Grants Pass, Gresham, Happy Valley, Harrisburg, Hillsboro, Hood River, Hubbard, Independence, John Day, Junction City, Keizer, Klamath Falls, Lebanon, La Grande, Lake Oswego, La Pine, Lincoln City, Lyons, Madras, McMinnville, Milwaukie, Medford, Millersburg, Monmouth, Molalla, Mt Angel, Newberg, North Bend, Oak Ridge, Oregon City, Pendleton, Philomath, Portland, Prineville, Rainier, Redmond, Roseburg, Salem, Scotts Mills, Seaside, Sheridan, Sherwood, Stayton, St. Helens, Silverton, Sandy, Sheridan, Sherwood, Sisters, Springfield, St Helens, St Paul, Sun River, Tangent, The Dalles, Tigard, Tillamook, Troutdale, Turner, Waldport, West Linn, Willamina, Wilsonville, Woodburn– And all points in between.


California, Texas, New York, Florida, Pennsylvania, Carolina, Illinois, Ohio, Georgia, Michigan, Washington State, Oregon, Virginia, Arizona, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Indiana, Missouri, Maryland, Wisconsin, Colorado, Minnesota, Alabama, Louisiana, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Connecticut, Utah, Nevada, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Montana, Rhode Island, Delaware, Dakota, Alaska, Wyoming, Vermont


Forklift Certification Training

Forklift Training is offered, we train the Forklift operators to the newest standards to prevent accidents. OSHA Forklift Certification is mandatory in the USA. OSHA requires that anyone that operates a forklift be safety trained and evaluated on the type of lift they will be working with. We train the Forklift operators to the newest standards to prevent accidents and operate them safely. KARM Safety Solutions provides OSHA-certified forklift training for all types of forklifts, Rough Terrain (construction) forklifts, and other Powered Industrial Trucks. Forklift in-person training is done at your facility or Ours and is 100% OSHA compliant. OSHA regulations are always changing so we keep the training up to date with the newest standards. We do both Classroom theory and practical hands-on Forklift Training with students. OSHA requires all operators to be re-certified every 3 years. We also incorporate ANSI standards into our forklift Certification training. We offer Forklift Training online also. How to get Forklift Certified. Contact Nevin for forklift Certification pricing and more Details.


Follow the link below directly to the OSHA forklift standards rule

https://www.osha.gov/laws-regs/regulations/standardnumber/1910/1910.178#1910.178(l)

https://www.osha.gov/powered-industrial-trucks/resources


We offer CCB, LCB, and MSHA credits for this course.


Washington – Camas, Centralia, Olympia, Pasco, Richfield, Vancouver. We do travel to other areas call Nevin or Email us.

Oregon – Albany, Ashland, Astoria, Aumsville, Aurora, Beaverton, Baker, Brownsville, Burns, Lake Oswego, Bend, Boardman, Canby, Cannon Beach, Carlton, Coburg, Coos Bay, Cornelius, Corvallis, Cottage Grove, Dallas, Dayton, Depoe Bay, Detroit, Donald, Dundee, Estacada, Eugene, Florence, Forest Grove, Gates, Gervais, Gladstone, Grants Pass, Gresham, Happy Valley, Harrisburg, Hillsboro, Hood River, Hubbard, Independence, John Day, Junction City, Keizer, Klamath Falls, Lebanon, La Grande, Lake Oswego, La Pine, Lincoln City, Lyons, Madras, McMinnville, Milwaukie, Medford, Millersburg, Monmouth, Molalla, Mt Angel, Newberg, North Bend, Oak Ridge, Oregon City, Pendleton, Philomath, Portland, Prineville, Rainier, Redmond, Roseburg, Salem, Scotts Mills, Seaside, Sheridan, Sherwood, Stayton, St. Helens, Silverton, Sandy, Sheridan, Sherwood, Sisters, Springfield, St Helens, St Paul, Sun River, Tangent, The Dalles, Tigard, Tillamook, Troutdale, Turner, Waldport, West Linn, Willamina, Wilsonville, Woodburn– And all points in between.


Hazard Communication

Hazard Communication Training. Components of the HCP include training, chemical labeling and inventories, safety data sheets, hazard assessments, and exposure controls. The Hazard Communication Program Safety Data Sheets (SDS) are developed by the chemical manufacturer to provide information concerning the safe use of the product. They provide workers and emergency personnel with information about physical properties (melting point,

boiling point, flash point, etc.), toxicity, health effects, first aid measures, reactivity, storage, disposal, protective equipment, and spill-handling procedures. SDSs are required by law to be readily available for every hazardous chemical at each worksite along with an up-to-date chemical inventory. What are Hazardous chemicals, per the Hazardous Communication

Standard? WD-40, Pipe lube, Def Fluid, and more. The OSHA Hazard Communication Standard is designed to ensure chemical safety in the workplace. The standard, which requires workplaces to provide written information about the identities and hazards associated with the chemicals, must be available and understandable to workers. Everyone Completing our Hazard Communication Training is given a Certificate of Completion. OSHA requires all employees who work with or around chemicals to have at least initial Hazard Communication Certification Training.

Why did OSHA decide to modify the Hazard Communication Standard to adopt the GHS? Answer. OSHA has modified the Hazard Communication Standard

(HCS) to adopt the GHS to improve the safety and health of workers through more effective communications on chemical hazards.OSHA has updated the requirements for labeling hazardous chemicals under its Hazard

Communication Standard (HCS). All labels are required to have pictograms, a signal word, hazard and precautionary statements, the product identifier, and supplier identification. We offer this in Classroom or online. Ask Nevin or Robert for more information.

https://www.osha.gov/hazcom

https://osha.oregon.gov/OSHAPubs/factsheets/fs49.pdf

This training is offered via ZOOM

We also offer CCB Credits, MSHA Credits, and LCB Credits for this Training.


Washington – Camas, Centralia, Olympia, Pasco, Richfield, Vancouver. We do travel to other areas call Nevin or Email us.

Oregon – Albany, Ashland, Astoria, Aumsville, Aurora, Beaverton, Baker, Brownsville, Burns, Lake Oswego, Bend, Boardman, Canby, Cannon Beach, Carlton, Coburg, Coos Bay, Cornelius, Corvallis, Cottage Grove, Dallas, Dayton, Depoe Bay, Detroit, Donald, Dundee, Estacada, Eugene, Florence, Forest Grove, Gates, Gervais, Gladstone, Grants Pass, Gresham, Happy Valley, Harrisburg, Hillsboro, Hood River, Hubbard, Independence, John Day, Junction City, Keizer, Klamath Falls, Lebanon, La Grande, Lake Oswego, La Pine, Lincoln City, Lyons, Madras, McMinnville, Milwaukie, Medford, Millersburg, Monmouth, Molalla, Mt Angel, Newberg, North Bend, Oak Ridge, Oregon City, Pendleton, Philomath, Portland, Prineville, Rainier, Redmond, Roseburg, Salem, Scotts Mills, Seaside, Sheridan, Sherwood, Stayton, St. Helens, Silverton, Sandy, Sheridan, Sherwood, Sisters, Springfield, St Helens, St Paul, Sun River, Tangent, The Dalles, Tigard, Tillamook, Troutdale, Turner, Waldport, West Linn, Willamina, Wilsonville, Woodburn– And all points in between.

California, Texas, New York, Florida, Pennsylvania, Carolina, Illinois, Ohio, Georgia, Michigan, Washington State, Oregon, Virginia, Arizona, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Indiana, Missouri, Maryland, Wisconsin, Colorado, Minnesota, Alabama, Louisiana, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Connecticut, Utah, Nevada, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Montana, Rhode Island, Delaware, Dakota, Alaska, Wyoming, Vermont


Ladder Competent Training

Ladder Training is also covered in Fall Protection Training. 44 percent of the falls in construction are from ladders. On average we throw away or remove 4 ladders a month from sites we visit to do inspections. Ladders are one of the most used tools at Shops and Construction sites. We cover this training in our Fall Protection Competent Person Training. Ladder Safety is very important. We do offer a Ladder Safety Training course by itself for workers who don't work at height. OSHA requires all employees who work with ladders to have taken a Ladder Safety Training course. After Completing the Ladder Training all students are given a Ladder Safety Training Certificate. We cover Ladder Labels, the Correct procedure for setting up a ladder, Ladders in front of doors, and more. Theis course can be taken online. Ask Nevin for more details.

https://www.osha.gov/sites/default/files/publications/OSHA3660.pdf


Washington – Camas, Centralia, Olympia, Pasco, Richfield, Vancouver. We do travel to other areas call Nevin or Email us.

Oregon – Albany, Ashland, Astoria, Aumsville, Aurora, Beaverton, Baker, Brownsville, Burns, Lake Oswego, Bend, Boardman, Canby, Cannon Beach, Carlton, Coburg, Coos Bay, Cornelius, Corvallis, Cottage Grove, Dallas, Dayton, Depoe Bay, Detroit, Donald, Dundee, Estacada, Eugene, Florence, Forest Grove, Gates, Gervais, Gladstone, Grants Pass, Gresham, Happy Valley, Harrisburg, Hillsboro, Hood River, Hubbard, Independence, John Day, Junction City, Keizer, Klamath Falls, Lebanon, La Grande, Lake Oswego, La Pine, Lincoln City, Lyons, Madras, McMinnville, Milwaukie, Medford, Millersburg, Monmouth, Molalla, Mt Angel, Newberg, North Bend, Oak Ridge, Oregon City, Pendleton, Philomath, Portland, Prineville, Rainier, Redmond, Roseburg, Salem, Scotts Mills, Seaside, Sheridan, Sherwood, Stayton, St. Helens, Silverton, Sandy, Sheridan, Sherwood, Sisters, Springfield, St Helens, St Paul, Sun River, Tangent, The Dalles, Tigard, Tillamook, Troutdale, Turner, Waldport, West Linn, Willamina, Wilsonville, Woodburn– And all points in between.


Bucket Truck Training

Bucket Truck Training. If you’re operating a vehicle-mounted aerial lift or Bucket truck, you need to avoid hazards while safely lifting workers and their tools to reach great heights.

Our Hands-On Aerial Lift and Bucket Truck Operator Training course are based on the latest OSHA and ASME standards and requirements.

Our Vehicle-Mounted Aerial Lift (Bucket Truck) Safety course covers everything you need to know to keep yourself, and your fellow workers, safe and secure. You’ll learn vehicle-mounted aerial lift anatomy and the different hazards they present, such as falls, tip-overs, and structural failures. Additionally, the Bucket Truck course reviews best practices for maintaining and inspecting vehicle-mounted aerial lifts.

Plus, our course will ensure you are compliant with OSHA Bucket Truck training standards. Even though only vehicle-mounted Aerial Device operators are required to be OSHA certified, the information in this course can be helpful for anyone who works in close proximity to these types of heavy machinery.

Bucket lifts, often called cherry pickers, have a smaller overall size which in many ways makes them more versatile than bucket trucks also called MEWPs or Mobile Elevating Work Platforms. Our Bucket Truck operator training is compliant with the new OSHA and ANSI standards. After completing the classroom and hands-on portion operators are given a certification card showing they completed the Bucket Truck training. There are many names for bucket trucks some are Cherry Pickers, Bucket Lift, or even Aerial Ladder.

The topics we will present in this program are:

1. Safety Statements, Hand Signals, and OSHA Regulations

2. Insulating Aerial Device Daily Unit Inspection

3. Traveling

4. Job Briefing

5. Unit Setup and Pre-Operational Inspection

6. Unit Operation

7. Material Handling

8. Load Capacity.

9. Conductor Handling and ISO Grip TM

10. Rescue



https://www.osha.gov/sites/default/files/publications/aerial-lifts-factsheet.pdf

CCB and LCB credits for this Course.


Washington – Camas, Centralia, Olympia, Pasco, Richfield, Vancouver. We do travel to other areas call Nevin or Email us.

Oregon – Albany, Ashland, Astoria, Aumsville, Aurora, Beaverton, Baker, Brownsville, Burns, Lake Oswego, Bend, Boardman, Canby, Cannon Beach, Carlton, Coburg, Coos Bay, Cornelius, Corvallis, Cottage Grove, Dallas, Dayton, Depoe Bay, Detroit, Donald, Dundee, Estacada, Eugene, Florence, Forest Grove, Gates, Gervais, Gladstone, Grants Pass, Gresham, Happy Valley, Harrisburg, Hillsboro, Hood River, Hubbard, Independence, John Day, Junction City, Keizer, Klamath Falls, Lebanon, La Grande, Lake Oswego, La Pine, Lincoln City, Lyons, Madras, McMinnville, Milwaukie, Medford, Millersburg, Monmouth, Molalla, Mt Angel, Newberg, North Bend, Oak Ridge, Oregon City, Pendleton, Philomath, Portland, Prineville, Rainier, Redmond, Roseburg, Salem, Scotts Mills, Seaside, Sheridan, Sherwood, Stayton, St. Helens, Silverton, Sandy, Sheridan, Sherwood, Sisters, Springfield, St Helens, St Paul, Sun River, Tangent, The Dalles, Tigard, Tillamook, Troutdale, Turner, Waldport, West Linn, Willamina, Wilsonville, Woodburn– And all points in between.


California, Texas, New York, Florida, Pennsylvania, Carolina, Illinois, Ohio, Georgia, Michigan, Washington State, Oregon, Virginia, Arizona, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Indiana, Missouri, Maryland, Wisconsin, Colorado, Minnesota, Alabama, Louisiana, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Connecticut, Utah, Nevada, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Montana, Rhode Island, Delaware, Dakota, Alaska, Wyoming, Vermont


Lock-out/Tag-out Training for Authorized Persons

Lockout/Tagout Training. This course covers OSHA's Control for Hazardous Energy and Lockout and Tagout (LOTO) standards. These procedures exist to ensure safety during equipment servicing and maintenance. Lockout/Tagout prevents you from being injured by the unexpected start-up of machines or the sudden release of stored energy.

You'll learn the OSHA-required Lockout/Tagout elements of energy control procedures and their purpose, as well as the responsibilities of people involved with lockout/Tagout. We'll cover inspection requirements, the steps for safely applying energy shut down, and the basic requirements for lockout/Tagout devices. Who should take Lockout/Tagout Safety in the Workplace? If you need to understand how to perform lockouts or tag-outs during equipment maintenance, this course is for you.

This course is for Authorized Employees, Affected Employees, and others. OSHA says Others are employees in the workplace who may be around Lockout/Tagout equipment. This OSHA Lockout and Tagout Certificate course address practices and procedures that are necessary to disable machinery or equipment and to prevent the release of potentially hazardous energy while maintenance and servicing activities are being performed.


3 Types of Employees to Train for Lockout Tagout - LOTO Training

· Shutting it down.

· Isolating it from its energy source.

· Preventing the release of hazardous energy while performing maintenance and servicing.

This course is offered live instructor-led or online. Ask Nevin for Details

https://www.osha.gov/sites/default/files/publications/factsheet-lockout-tagout.pdf

https://osha.oregon.gov/OSHAPubs/factsheets/fs08.pdf


CCB, LCB and MSHA credits are offered for this Course.

This course is offered Live or Via Zoom


Washington – Camas, Centralia, Olympia, Pasco, Richfield, Vancouver. We do travel to other areas call Nevin or Email us.

Oregon – Albany, Ashland, Astoria, Aumsville, Aurora, Beaverton, Baker, Brownsville, Burns, Lake Oswego, Bend, Boardman, Canby, Cannon Beach, Carlton, Coburg, Coos Bay, Cornelius, Corvallis, Cottage Grove, Dallas, Dayton, Depoe Bay, Detroit, Donald, Dundee, Estacada, Eugene, Florence, Forest Grove, Gates, Gervais, Gladstone, Grants Pass, Gresham, Happy Valley, Harrisburg, Hillsboro, Hood River, Hubbard, Independence, John Day, Junction City, Keizer, Klamath Falls, Lebanon, La Grande, Lake Oswego, La Pine, Lincoln City, Lyons, Madras, McMinnville, Milwaukie, Medford, Millersburg, Monmouth, Molalla, Mt Angel, Newberg, North Bend, Oak Ridge, Oregon City, Pendleton, Philomath, Portland, Prineville, Rainier, Redmond, Roseburg, Salem, Scotts Mills, Seaside, Sheridan, Sherwood, Stayton, St. Helens, Silverton, Sandy, Sheridan, Sherwood, Sisters, Springfield, St Helens, St Paul, Sun River, Tangent, The Dalles, Tigard, Tillamook, Troutdale, Turner, Waldport, West Linn, Willamina, Wilsonville, Woodburn– And all points in between.

California, Texas, New York, Florida, Pennsylvania,


Carolina, Illinois, Ohio, Georgia, Michigan, Washington State, Oregon, Virginia, Arizona, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Indiana, Missouri, Maryland, Wisconsin, Colorado, Minnesota, Alabama, Louisiana, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Connecticut, Utah, Nevada, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Montana, Rhode Island, Delaware, Dakota, Alaska, Wyoming, Vermont


Respirator Training, Fit Testing and Medical Evaluations

Respirator Training, Respirator Fit Testing, and Respirator Medical Evaluations. Everything to make your employee OSHA compliant with the respirator requirements. OSHA regulations require that workplaces provide employees with respirator training prior to use in the workplace. It is important that you know what respirator to use and how to use it correctly so that it can provide the expected protection.

Refer to OSHA 29 CFR 1910.134 external icon for more information. We do a complete package that includes Respirator Training, Fit Testing, and Medical Evaluation or just parts. Respirator Training and Fit Testing are required by OSHA at least annually.

The Medical Evaluation is required to be done before an employee wears a respirator and redone when there is a change in the employee's health or when required by a doctor. The medical evolution must be done prior to wearing a respirator. Respirators protect workers against insufficient oxygen environments, harmful dusts, fogs, smoke, mists, gases, vapors, and sprays. These hazards may cause cancer, lung impairment, diseases, or death.

We come to your office, Job site or you can come to our Training center. We also write a respirator Policy and other Safety policies as needed.

Selecting Respirators for Your Workplace

· Step One: Know your hazard type. ...

· Step Two: Find out if your workers need respiratory protection. ...

· Step Three: Determine the level of protection needed. ...

· Step Four: Choose a respirator type.



https://www.osha.gov/respiratory-protection/general


https://osha.oregon.gov/OSHAPubs/factsheets/fs03.pdf

**We offer Oregon CCB Credits, MSHA, and LCB for this Course


Washington – Camas, Centralia, Olympia, Pasco, Richfield, Vancouver. We do travel to other areas call Nevin or Email us.

Oregon – Albany, Ashland, Astoria, Aumsville, Aurora, Beaverton, Baker, Brownsville, Burns, Lake Oswego, Bend, Boardman, Canby, Cannon Beach, Carlton, Coburg, Coos Bay, Cornelius, Corvallis, Cottage Grove, Dallas, Dayton, Depoe Bay, Detroit, Donald, Dundee, Estacada, Eugene, Florence, Forest Grove, Gates, Gervais, Gladstone, Grants Pass, Gresham, Happy Valley, Harrisburg, Hillsboro, Hood River, Hubbard, Independence, John Day, Junction City, Keizer, Klamath Falls, Lebanon, La Grande, Lake Oswego, La Pine, Lincoln City, Lyons, Madras, McMinnville, Milwaukie, Medford, Millersburg, Monmouth, Molalla, Mt Angel, Newberg, North Bend, Oak Ridge, Oregon City, Pendleton, Philomath, Portland, Prineville, Rainier, Redmond, Roseburg, Salem, Scotts Mills, Seaside, Sheridan, Sherwood, Stayton, St. Helens, Silverton, Sandy, Sheridan, Sherwood, Sisters, Springfield, St Helens, St Paul, Sun River, Tangent, The Dalles, Tigard, Tillamook, Troutdale, Turner, Waldport, West Linn, Willamina, Wilsonville, Woodburn– And all points in between.


California, Texas, New York, Florida, Pennsylvania, Carolina, Illinois, Ohio, Georgia, Michigan, Washington State, Oregon, Virginia, Arizona, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Indiana, Missouri, Maryland, Wisconsin, Colorado, Minnesota, Alabama, Louisiana, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Connecticut, Utah, Nevada, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Montana, Rhode Island, Delaware, Dakota, Alaska, Wyoming, Vermont


Rigging and Signal Competent Person Training

Rigger and Signal Person Competent Person Training.

Training covers pre-use inspection, required tagging/marking, and proper application when using eyebolts, shackles, links, wire rope clips, thimbles, angle loading, slings (wire rope, synthetic web, synthetic round, and chain), horizontal angle stress, sling pads/softeners, spreader bars, and lifting beams.

Signal Person requirements as well as Hand Signals. A certified rigger is a person who has been trained and certified to handle and move loads. The level of certification depends upon the individual's training, knowledge, skill base, and ability to perform functions related to the selection, inspection, and proper use of rigging equipment. In most cases, the Rigger is also the Signal Person

Although crane operators are in control of the crane, the signal person helps guide them. Because this role is so important, OSHA requires safety training every 3 years.

This course covers a wide range of topics including

a. An introduction to rigging and hand signals.

b. Estimating weights.

c. Sling angles and how to calculate them.

d. Different types of rigging gear and hand signals.

e. Common safety hazards.

Who Should Take Rigger Signalman Safety Training? Everyone who is involved in lifting. Annually about 50 Riggers die a year. Would Rigger Signal Person Training have helped?

Although this course is specifically designed for riggers and signalmen, the information in this course can be beneficial for anyone that works in close proximity to cranes.

This Rigger Training is OSHA, ANSI, and ASME B30 consensus safety compliant.

We offer this training Live or online.

https://osha.oregon.gov/OSHAPubs/hazard/2993-28.pdf

https://www.osha.gov/sites/default/files/publications/cranes-qualified-rigger-factsheet.pdf

This Rigger Training is OSHA, ANSI, and ASME B30 consensus safety compliant.

We offer this training Live or online.

**We offer CCB Credits, MSHA, and LCB credits for this Course.


Washington – Camas, Centralia, Olympia, Pasco, Richfield, Vancouver. We do travel to other areas call Nevin or Email us.

Oregon – Albany, Ashland, Astoria, Aumsville, Aurora, Beaverton, Baker, Brownsville, Burns, Lake Oswego, Bend, Boardman, Canby, Cannon Beach, Carlton, Coburg, Coos Bay, Cornelius, Corvallis, Cottage Grove, Dallas, Dayton, Depoe Bay, Detroit, Donald, Dundee, Estacada, Eugene, Florence, Forest Grove, Gates, Gervais, Gladstone, Grants Pass, Gresham, Happy Valley, Harrisburg, Hillsboro, Hood River, Hubbard, Independence, John Day, Junction City, Keizer, Klamath Falls, Lebanon, La Grande, Lake Oswego, La Pine, Lincoln City, Lyons, Madras, McMinnville, Milwaukie, Medford, Millersburg, Monmouth, Molalla, Mt Angel, Newberg, North Bend, Oak Ridge, Oregon City, Pendleton, Philomath, Portland, Prineville, Rainier, Redmond, Roseburg, Salem, Scotts Mills, Seaside, Sheridan, Sherwood, Stayton, St. Helens, Silverton, Sandy, Sheridan, Sherwood, Sisters, Springfield, St Helens, St Paul, Sun River, Tangent, The Dalles, Tigard, Tillamook, Troutdale, Turner, Waldport, West Linn, Willamina, Wilsonville, Woodburn– And all points in between.


California, Texas, New York, Florida, Pennsylvania, Carolina, Illinois, Ohio, Georgia, Michigan, Washington State, Oregon, Virginia, Arizona, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Indiana, Missouri, Maryland, Wisconsin, Colorado, Minnesota, Alabama, Louisiana, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Connecticut, Utah, Nevada, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Montana, Rhode Island, Delaware, Dakota, Alaska, Wyoming, Vermont


MSHA part 46 Miner Training

MSHA regulations, Before a new miner, begins work at the mine – KARM Has Training outlines for this. We have been doing MSHA part 46 training to help keep companies compliant with the 8-hour refresher and the 24-hour new Miner Regulation.

MSHA Training Plan must provide the miner with no less than 4 hours of training in the following subjects, which must also address site-specific hazards:

  1. An introduction to the work environment, including a visit and tour of the mine, or portions of the mine that are representative of the entire mine (walkaround training). The method of mining or operation utilized must be explained and observed;

  2. Instruction on the recognition and avoidance of electrical hazards and other hazards present at the mine, such as traffic patterns and control, mobile equipment (e.g., haul trucks and front-end loaders), and loose or unstable ground conditions;

  3. A review of the emergency medical procedures, escape and emergency evacuation plans, in effect at the mine, and instruction on the fire warning signals and firefighting procedures;

  4. Instruction on the health and safety aspects of the tasks to be assigned, including the safe work procedures of such tasks, the mandatory health and safety standards pertinent to such tasks, information about the physical and health hazards of chemicals in the miner's work area, the protective measures a miner can take against these hazards, and the contents of the mine's HazCom program; 18

  5. Instruction on the statutory rights of miners and their representatives under the Act;

  6. A review and description of the line of authority of supervisors and miners' representatives and the responsibilities of such supervisors and miners' representatives; and

  7. An introduction to your rules and procedures for reporting hazards.

      1. No later than 60 calendar days after a new miner begins work at the mine - You must provide the miner with training in the following subject:

      2. Instruction and demonstration on the use, care, and maintenance of self-rescue and respiratory devices, if used at the mine; and

      3. A review of first aid methods.

      4. (d) No later than 90 calendar days after a new miner begins work at the mine - You must provide the miner with the balance, if any, of the 24 hours of training on any other subjects that promote occupational health and safety for miners at the mine.

      5. (e) Practice under the close observation of a competent person may be used to fulfill the requirement for training on the health and safety aspects of an assigned task in paragraph

(b)(4) of this Section, if hazard recognition training specific to the assigned task is given before the miner performs the task.

These are all required for MSHA Certification.


Washington – Camas, Centralia, Olympia, Pasco, Richfield, Vancouver. We do travel to other areas call Nevin or Email us.

Oregon – Albany, Ashland, Astoria, Aumsville, Aurora, Beaverton, Baker, Brownsville, Burns, Lake Oswego, Bend, Boardman, Canby, Cannon Beach, Carlton, Coburg, Coos Bay, Cornelius, Corvallis, Cottage Grove, Dallas, Dayton, Depoe Bay, Detroit, Donald, Dundee, Estacada, Eugene, Florence, Forest Grove, Gates, Gervais, Gladstone, Grants Pass, Gresham, Happy Valley, Harrisburg, Hillsboro, Hood River, Hubbard, Independence, John Day, Junction City, Keizer, Klamath Falls, Lebanon, La Grande, Lake Oswego, La Pine, Lincoln City, Lyons, Madras, McMinnville, Milwaukie, Medford, Millersburg, Monmouth, Molalla, Mt Angel, Newberg, North Bend, Oak Ridge, Oregon City, Pendleton, Philomath, Portland, Prineville, Rainier, Redmond, Roseburg, Salem, Scotts Mills, Seaside, Sheridan, Sherwood, Stayton, St. Helens, Silverton, Sandy, Sheridan, Sherwood, Sisters, Springfield, St Helens, St Paul, Sun River, Tangent, The Dalles, Tigard, Tillamook, Troutdale, Turner, Waldport, West Linn, Willamina, Wilsonville, Woodburn– And all points in between.


Scaffold Competent Person Training

Scaffolding Competent Person Certification training for job site persons assigned to monitor the use and set up to meet OSHA requirements. We provide the OSHA and MSHA training required to keep your company compliant with the new rule. We include how to build an OSHA-compliant Scaffold program, and more. We teach about the Scaffolding Training Requirements, how to safely assemble and disassemble a scaffold, How to inspect a scaffold and more.

This certification will keep employees compliant and Employees safe. The objective of this course is to provide a measurable working knowledge of scaffolding for the Competent Person assigned to oversee the project.

After completing this course employees will be able to Identify scaffolding hazards at worksites Identify the scaffolding equipment and the use of the equipment Identify the responsibilities of workers, supervisors, and the Competent Person to Identify engineering controls, work practices, and PPE use Understand the requirements for the specialty for specialty scaffolding.

A scaffold is the 3 most cited violation of OSHA. # 3.

Scaffolds—General Requirements: 1926.451, with 3,336 violations.


The training Will include:

    1. The requirements of the OSHA Scaffolding subpart.

    2. Electrical hazards, fall hazards, and falling object hazards in the area.

    3. The correct procedures for dealing with electrical hazards and for erecting, maintaining, and disassembling fall protection and fall object protection systems.

    4. Proper use of the scaffold, and proper handling of materials on the scaffold. Maximum loads and load-carrying capacities of the scaffold.

After completion of the course, you will be given a Scaffold Competent Person Certification card showing you completed the course


https://www.osha.gov/sites/default/files/publications/osha3150.pdf


https://osha.oregon.gov/OSHAPubs/factsheets/fs79.pdf

**We offer Oregon CCB Credits, MSHA, and LCB Credits for this Course.

This Scaffold Competent Person Training is offered live or on Zoom

**We offer Oregon CCB Credits, MSHA credits, and LCB for this Course.


Washington – Camas, Centralia, Olympia, Pasco, Richfield, Vancouver. We do travel to other areas call Nevin or Email us.

Oregon – Albany, Ashland, Astoria, Aumsville, Aurora, Beaverton, Baker, Brownsville, Burns, Lake Oswego, Bend, Boardman, Canby, Cannon Beach, Carlton, Coburg, Coos Bay, Cornelius, Corvallis, Cottage Grove, Dallas, Dayton, Depoe Bay, Detroit, Donald, Dundee, Estacada, Eugene, Florence, Forest Grove, Gates, Gervais, Gladstone, Grants Pass, Gresham, Happy Valley, Harrisburg, Hillsboro, Hood River, Hubbard, Independence, John Day, Junction City, Keizer, Klamath Falls, Lebanon, La Grande, Lake Oswego, La Pine, Lincoln City, Lyons, Madras, McMinnville, Milwaukie, Medford, Millersburg, Monmouth, Molalla, Mt Angel, Newberg, North Bend, Oak Ridge, Oregon City, Pendleton, Philomath, Portland, Prineville, Rainier, Redmond, Roseburg, Salem, Scotts Mills, Seaside, Sheridan, Sherwood, Stayton, St. Helens, Silverton, Sandy, Sheridan, Sherwood, Sisters, Springfield, St Helens, St Paul, Sun River, Tangent, The Dalles, Tigard, Tillamook, Troutdale, Turner, Waldport, West Linn, Willamina, Wilsonville, Woodburn– And all points in between.


California, Texas, New York, Florida, Pennsylvania, Carolina, Illinois, Ohio, Georgia, Michigan, Washington State, Oregon, Virginia, Arizona, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Indiana, Missouri, Maryland, Wisconsin, Colorado, Minnesota, Alabama, Louisiana, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Connecticut, Utah, Nevada, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Montana, Rhode Island, Delaware, Dakota, Alaska, Wyoming, Vermont


Silica Competent Person Training

We provide the OSHA and MSHA training required to keep your company compliant with the new rule. We include how to build an OSHA-compliant silica program, and more. The Silica rules are in effect and being enforced by OSHA and MSHA. All employees working around Silica need to be trained on the hazards of Crystalline Silica. Remember the twin towers those people are feeling the effects now. It can take up to 20 years for them to show up. There is NO Cure. Protect yourself. Silica dust is a very small particle created by drilling, crushing, cutting, or grinding rocks.

This course covers OSHA's updated silica standard that increases the protection of workers through a number of exposure assessments and control measures.

If you are potentially exposed to respirable crystalline silica dust at your worksite, OSHA requires you to complete this course.

Approximately two million construction workers are exposed to respirable crystalline silica in over 600,000 workplaces each year. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or OSHA, estimates that more than 840,000 of these workers are exposed to silica levels that exceed permissible exposure limits (PELs).

It's been linked to several medical conditions when inhaled, some of which are fatal.

Exposure to respirable crystalline silica can cause silicosis, lung cancer, other respiratory diseases, and kidney disease. Crystalline Silica Competent Person Training will help to save lives.

Exposure to silica can occur during common construction tasks, such as using masonry saws, grinders, drills, jackhammers, handheld powered chipping tools, operating vehicle-mounted drilling rigs, milling, operating crushing machines, and using heavy equipment for demolition or certain other tasks.

NOTE - OSHA's regulations define construction work as "construction, alteration, and/or repair, including painting and decorating."

https://www.osha.gov/silica-crystalline,

https://www.osha.gov/publications/bytopic/silica,-crystalline

We offer this course either live or online.

**We offer Oregon CCB Credits, MSHA, and LCB Credits for this Course.


Washington – Camas, Centralia, Olympia, Pasco, Richfield, Vancouver. We do travel to other areas call Nevin or Email us.

Oregon – Albany, Ashland, Astoria, Aumsville, Aurora, Beaverton, Baker, Brownsville, Burns, Lake Oswego, Bend, Boardman, Canby, Cannon Beach, Carlton, Coburg, Coos Bay, Cornelius, Corvallis, Cottage Grove, Dallas, Dayton, Depoe Bay, Detroit, Donald, Dundee, Estacada, Eugene, Florence, Forest Grove, Gates, Gervais, Gladstone, Grants Pass, Gresham, Happy Valley, Harrisburg, Hillsboro, Hood River, Hubbard, Independence, John Day, Junction City, Keizer, Klamath Falls, Lebanon, La Grande, Lake Oswego, La Pine, Lincoln City, Lyons, Madras, McMinnville, Milwaukie, Medford, Millersburg, Monmouth, Molalla, Mt Angel, Newberg, North Bend, Oak Ridge, Oregon City, Pendleton, Philomath, Portland, Prineville, Rainier, Redmond, Roseburg, Salem, Scotts Mills, Seaside, Sheridan, Sherwood, Stayton, St. Helens, Silverton, Sandy, Sheridan, Sherwood, Sisters, Springfield, St Helens, St Paul, Sun River, Tangent, The Dalles, Tigard, Tillamook, Troutdale, Turner, Waldport, West Linn, Willamina, Wilsonville, Woodburn– And all points in between.


California, Texas, New York, Florida, Pennsylvania, Carolina, Illinois, Ohio, Georgia, Michigan, Washington State, Oregon, Virginia, Arizona, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Indiana, Missouri, Maryland, Wisconsin, Colorado, Minnesota, Alabama, Louisiana, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Connecticut, Utah, Nevada, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Montana, Rhode Island, Delaware, Dakota, Alaska, Wyoming, Vermont


Trench and Excavation Competent Person Training

Trenching and Excavation Safety Training in accordance with OSHA Standard 1926.650-652 for Trench and Excavation Safety Training. Training is a key component of a good safety program. Untrained employees are at serious risk of death or injury. Our Training program covers what is required by OSHA and MSHA. We also do job site visits as part of our safety program and bring them back to the classroom to share with students. The fatality rate for Excavation accidents is 112% higher than for construction accidents. We are also able to provide MSHA New Miner and Annual training if you fall under it. We cover Understanding the OSHA safety requirements for working in trenches and excavations. Understand the different types of soil. Understand the Responsibilities of a Competent Person. Understand excavation protective system requirements. Everybody in Construction should be a Competent Person.

https://www.osha.gov/etools/construction/trenching/competent-person

The following topics are covered in this Excavation Competent Person training course:

  • Definitions of Key Terms Used in the OSHA Excavation Standards

  • OSHA Requirements (state and federal) to be The Competent Person on a Trenching / Excavation Site

  • General Hazards Associated with Trenching and Excavation Work

  • Requirements for Locating and Working Near Underground Utilities (including 911 system and state underground utility protection code)

  • Dangers Associated with Water Accumulation

  • Access and Egress from Trenches and Excavations

  • Exposure to Vehicular Traffic

  • Identifying and Addressing Potential Atmospheric Hazards Associated with Excavation Work

  • Soil Testing and Classification at Excavation Sites

  • Requirements for Protective Systems

    • Sloping and Benching

    • Shoring

    • Trench Boxes (aka shields)

    • Other Protective Systems

  • Competent Person Inspection Requirements

  • OSHA Directives and Interpretations Related to Trenching and Excavation

  • OSHA Inspections at Excavation Sites and more

This training program focuses on the needs of the “end user”, and upon successful completion, will provide a Trench and Excavation Competent Person certificate.

This Training is offered live or online.

**We offer Oregon CCB Credits, MSHA, and LCB Credits for this Course.


Washington – Camas, Centralia, Olympia, Pasco, Richfield, Vancouver. We do travel to other areas call Nevin or Email us.

Oregon – Albany, Ashland, Astoria, Aumsville, Aurora, Beaverton, Baker, Brownsville, Burns, Lake Oswego, Bend, Boardman, Canby, Cannon Beach, Carlton, Coburg, Coos Bay, Cornelius, Corvallis, Cottage Grove, Dallas, Dayton, Depoe Bay, Detroit, Donald, Dundee, Estacada, Eugene, Florence, Forest Grove, Gates, Gervais, Gladstone, Grants Pass, Gresham, Happy Valley, Harrisburg, Hillsboro, Hood River, Hubbard, Independence, John Day, Junction City, Keizer, Klamath Falls, Lebanon, La Grande, Lake Oswego, La Pine, Lincoln City, Lyons, Madras, McMinnville, Milwaukie, Medford, Millersburg, Monmouth, Molalla, Mt Angel, Newberg, North Bend, Oak Ridge, Oregon City, Pendleton, Philomath, Portland, Prineville, Rainier, Redmond, Roseburg, Salem, Scotts Mills, Seaside, Sheridan, Sherwood, Stayton, St. Helens, Silverton, Sandy, Sheridan, Sherwood, Sisters, Springfield, St Helens, St Paul, Sun River, Tangent, The Dalles, Tigard, Tillamook, Troutdale, Turner, Waldport, West Linn, Willamina, Wilsonville, Woodburn– And all points in between.


Bloodborne Pathogens

Bloodborne Pathogens Certification Training. Our Bloodborne Pathogens Training Course is designed to satisfy OSHA training requirements for employees who may be potentially exposed to blood or bodily fluids. Content includes an overview of the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Standards, an overview of Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, and HIV, Control Measures, and what to do in the event of exposure.

This course provides a foundational understanding of the Bloodborne Pathogens Standard and the use of control measures to mitigate the hazards of exposure

This course teaches employees how bloodborne pathogens are spread, how to avoid exposure, and what to do if exposed to infectious material.

Bloodborne Pathogens Training course is one of the requirements of the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard. OSHA requires Annual Bloodborne Pathogens training to be taken by First Aid responders, Healthcare Workers, Emergency Responders, School and Day Care Staff, Cleaning and Janitorial Staff, Tattoo and Permanent Makeup Artists, and any employees who will be cleaning up Bloodborne Pathogens (blood). After taking this course, students should talk with their employer about their workplace's specific policies and procedures.

Those who complete the training receive a Bloodborne Pathogens Training certification valid for one year. OSHA requires employees to receive Annual Bloodborne Pathogens Training.

  • Receive your OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen certificate immediately upon completion

  • 1 Year nationally recognized certificate

  • Training that is simple and easy to understand

Who Needs to Comply with OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens?

Anyone who could be "reasonably anticipated" to face regular exposure to blood or OPIM (other potentially infectious materials) because of performing their job duties.

This online Bloodborne Pathogens Training Class provides meaningful content intended to educate students on bloodborne pathogens and diseases, methods used to control occupational exposure, hepatitis B vaccine, and medical evaluation and post-exposure follow-up procedures. This course has been designed to present topics relevant to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) training requirement as stated in OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogens Standard, Title 29 of the Code of Federal Regulations at 29 CFR 1910.1030.

Pathogens BBP Training Class Topic Overview:

· Overview of OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.1030

· Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure Control Plans

· Overview of bloodborne diseases

· Preventing exposure in the workplace


https://www.osha.gov/sites/default/files/publications/bbfact01.pdf

https://www.osha.gov/bloodborne-pathogens

CCB and LCB and MSHA Credits for this Course

Can Be done via ZOOM


Washington – Camas, Centralia, Olympia, Pasco, Richfield, Vancouver. We do travel to other areas call Nevin or Email us.

Oregon – Albany, Ashland, Astoria, Aumsville, Aurora, Beaverton, Baker, Brownsville, Burns, Lake Oswego, Bend, Boardman, Canby, Cannon Beach, Carlton, Coburg, Coos Bay, Cornelius, Corvallis, Cottage Grove, Dallas, Dayton, Depoe Bay, Detroit, Donald, Dundee, Estacada, Eugene, Florence, Forest Grove, Gates, Gervais, Gladstone, Grants Pass, Gresham, Happy Valley, Harrisburg, Hillsboro, Hood River, Hubbard, Independence, John Day, Junction City, Keizer, Klamath Falls, Lebanon, La Grande, Lake Oswego, La Pine, Lincoln City, Lyons, Madras, McMinnville, Milwaukie, Medford, Millersburg, Monmouth, Molalla, Mt Angel, Newberg, North Bend, Oak Ridge, Oregon City, Pendleton, Philomath, Portland, Prineville, Rainier, Redmond, Roseburg, Salem, Scotts Mills, Seaside, Sheridan, Sherwood, Stayton, St. Helens, Silverton, Sandy, Sheridan, Sherwood, Sisters, Springfield, St Helens, St Paul, Sun River, Tangent, The Dalles, Tigard, Tillamook, Troutdale, Turner, Waldport, West Linn, Willamina, Wilsonville, Woodburn– And all points in between.



States our online training is valid in.

California, Texas, New York, Florida, Pennsylvania, Carolina, Illinois, Ohio, Georgia, Michigan, Washington State, Oregon, Virginia, Arizona, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Indiana, Missouri, Maryland, Wisconsin, Colorado, Minnesota, Alabama, Louisiana, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Connecticut, Utah, Nevada, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Montana, Rhode Island, Delaware, Dakota, Alaska, Wyoming, Vermont




Flagger Certification Training

Flagger Certification Training is live or Now Offered on Zoom Video Conferencing for Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Montana. Flagger Certification Cards are issued a card after a passing grade of 80 percent. All Training Materials will be mailed to you before the class starts. An instructor will cover all material live on Zoom or in person, where you can ask questions. You receive all training material in the class. We also cover best practices from years of working with Oregon OSHA, ANSI and flagging companies. Flagger Certification Training is a requirement, cards are valid for 3 years.

What you'll learn:

· The requirements for becoming a flagger

· The agencies and regulations that govern flagging

· The clothing and equipment that you’ll need to have on the job per OSHA

· What goes into setting up a Temporary Traffic Control (TTC) zone, including warning devices, spacing, and where a flagger fits in

· Flagger placement and how to signal using a STOP/SLOW paddle, flashlight, or red flag

· How to keep yourself and others safe in the work zone

· Special situations such as flagging at intersections, roundabouts, and railroad crossing class requirements:

· Students must be at least 18 years old

· Students must bring a valid, state-issued driver’s license or I.D. card for the instructor to verify at the start of class.

· To receive a Flagger Certification card, students must pass the knowledge exam with a score of 80% or better.

https://www.osha.gov/sites/default/files/2018-12/fy10_sh-21004-10_fwz_eng_defflag.pdf

This Training is offered live or online.

**We offer Oregon CCB Credits, MSHA, and LCB Credits for this Course.


Washington – Camas, Centralia, Olympia, Pasco, Richfield, Vancouver. We do travel to other areas call Nevin or Email us.

Oregon – Albany, Ashland, Astoria, Aumsville, Aurora, Beaverton, Baker, Brownsville, Burns, Lake Oswego, Bend, Boardman, Canby, Cannon Beach, Carlton, Coburg, Coos Bay, Cornelius, Corvallis, Cottage Grove, Dallas, Dayton, Depoe Bay, Detroit, Donald, Dundee, Estacada, Eugene, Florence, Forest Grove, Gates, Gervais, Gladstone, Grants Pass, Gresham, Happy Valley, Harrisburg, Hillsboro, Hood River, Hubbard, Independence, John Day, Junction City, Keizer, Klamath Falls, Lebanon, La Grande, Lake Oswego, La Pine, Lincoln City, Lyons, Madras, McMinnville, Milwaukie, Medford, Millersburg, Monmouth, Molalla, Mt Angel, Newberg, North Bend, Oak Ridge, Oregon City, Pendleton, Philomath, Portland, Prineville, Rainier, Redmond, Roseburg, Salem, Scotts Mills, Seaside, Sheridan, Sherwood, Stayton, St. Helens, Silverton, Sandy, Sheridan, Sherwood, Sisters, Springfield, St Helens, St Paul, Sun River, Tangent, The Dalles, Tigard, Tillamook, Troutdale, Turner, Waldport, West Linn, Willamina, Wilsonville, Woodburn– And all points in between.


Carry Deck Crane Training

Carry Deck Crane Safety Training

This course is designed to give operators a solid understanding of health and safety standards, preventative maintenance, and proper procedures for the safe operation of Carry Deck Cranes.

Consisting of three components, classroom theory, a written exam, and practical hands-on experience, course content is delivered through multimedia presentations and interactive discussions. Operators are given workbooks and supplementary handouts that reinforce key learning objectives after training ends.

Carry Deck Cranes require training per OSHA to Operate. We enhance training and orientation options for Carry Deck Crane safety training. Give your operators the added benefit of booking training with our instructors that are journeyman crane operators. Program consideration specific to your operator's experience, crane, and application is integrated into the course delivery

Carry Deck Crane Safety Training Covers

· Rigging Orientation

· Load Control Techniques

· Pre-Operational Inspections

· Safety Regulations & Standards

· Carry Deck Crane Fundamentals

· Preventative Maintenance & Procedures

· Principles of Balance, Stability & Capacity

· Safe Operations for Applicable Designations


Carry deck crane safety training is a 1 day (8-hour) course held at your facility and utilizing your carry deck crane. We will customize our training to include any unique needs with regard to your equipment or your application.

Carry Deck Crane operators will receive a workbook and supplementary handouts upon successful completion of this course.

Looking to get re-certified on Carry Deck Crane safety?


https://www.osha.gov/sites/default/files/publications/OSHA3433.pdf

This Training is offered live or online.

**We offer Oregon CCB Credits, MSHA, and LCB Credits for this Course.


Washington – Camas, Centralia, Olympia, Pasco, Richfield, Vancouver. We do travel to other areas call Nevin or Email us.

Oregon – Albany, Ashland, Astoria, Aumsville, Aurora, Beaverton, Baker, Brownsville, Burns, Lake Oswego, Bend, Boardman, Canby, Cannon Beach, Carlton, Coburg, Coos Bay, Cornelius, Corvallis, Cottage Grove, Dallas, Dayton, Depoe Bay, Detroit, Donald, Dundee, Estacada, Eugene, Florence, Forest Grove, Gates, Gervais, Gladstone, Grants Pass, Gresham, Happy Valley, Harrisburg, Hillsboro, Hood River, Hubbard, Independence, John Day, Junction City, Keizer, Klamath Falls, Lebanon, La Grande, Lake Oswego, La Pine, Lincoln City, Lyons, Madras, McMinnville, Milwaukie, Medford, Millersburg, Monmouth, Molalla, Mt Angel, Newberg, North Bend, Oak Ridge, Oregon City, Pendleton, Philomath, Portland, Prineville, Rainier, Redmond, Roseburg, Salem, Scotts Mills, Seaside, Sheridan, Sherwood, Stayton, St. Helens, Silverton, Sandy, Sheridan, Sherwood, Sisters, Springfield, St Helens, St Paul, Sun River, Tangent, The Dalles, Tigard, Tillamook, Troutdale, Turner, Waldport, West Linn, Willamina, Wilsonville, Woodburn– And all points in between.


Spider Crane Training

Spyder Crane Safety Training

This course is designed to give operators a solid understanding of health and safety standards, preventative maintenance, and proper procedures for the safe operation of Spyder Cranes.

Consisting of three components, classroom theory, a written exam, and practical hands-on experience, course content is delivered through multimedia presentations and interactive discussion.

Operator Qualification Training is an in-depth training and testing program in which a SPYDERCRANE instructor teaches the operation, safety, and best practices of operating a SPYDERCRANE mini crane. Consisting of three components, classroom theory, a written exam, and practical hands-on experience, course content is delivered through multimedia presentations and interactive discussion.

Operators must pass a practical test on the series of equipment they were trained on to receive their SPYDER CRANE Operator Qualification card.

**We offer Oregon CCB Credits, MSHA, and LCB Credits for this Course.


Washington – Camas, Centralia, Olympia, Pasco, Richfield, Vancouver. We do travel to other areas call Nevin or Email us.

Oregon – Albany, Ashland, Astoria, Aumsville, Aurora, Beaverton, Baker, Brownsville, Burns, Lake Oswego, Bend, Boardman, Canby, Cannon Beach, Carlton, Coburg, Coos Bay, Cornelius, Corvallis, Cottage Grove, Dallas, Dayton, Depoe Bay, Detroit, Donald, Dundee, Estacada, Eugene, Florence, Forest Grove, Gates, Gervais, Gladstone, Grants Pass, Gresham, Happy Valley, Harrisburg, Hillsboro, Hood River, Hubbard, Independence, John Day, Junction City, Keizer, Klamath Falls, Lebanon, La Grande, Lake Oswego, La Pine, Lincoln City, Lyons, Madras, McMinnville, Milwaukie, Medford, Millersburg, Monmouth, Molalla, Mt Angel, Newberg, North Bend, Oak Ridge, Oregon City, Pendleton, Philomath, Portland, Prineville, Rainier, Redmond, Roseburg, Salem, Scotts Mills, Seaside, Sheridan, Sherwood, Stayton, St. Helens, Silverton, Sandy, Sheridan, Sherwood, Sisters, Springfield, St Helens, St Paul, Sun River, Tangent, The Dalles, Tigard, Tillamook, Troutdale, Turner, Waldport, West Linn, Willamina, Wilsonville, Woodburn– And all points in between.