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Industrial Safety/OSHA Training
Regardless of your business, safety is everyone's business! Industrial and Personal Safety is the concern of every industry and business around the globe. Preventing injury and financial loss due to workplace accidents is not only sound business practice; it is the law!
Jefferson College is pleased to offer instructor-led safety courses for area business and industry.
Arc Flash (NFPA-70E 2015) Electrical Safe Work Practices (PD3-979)
This course is designed to give students the knowledge to understand different electrical safety qualifications for a worker to work on or near energized parts or equipment. Students will be instructed on the prevention of electrical hazards, protection from electrical hazards, and how to implement electrical best safe work practices. The content in this course is based on the NFPA 70E guidelines. This 8-hour course is being offered in two 4-hour sessions or as one 8-hour session. Note: It is recommended that students bring a copy of the 2015 NFPA-70E manual.
Electrical Safety Competent Person Training - NFPA 70E (PD3-980)
This course is designed for students who have the responsibility for the Electrical Safety of Maintenance Workers, Qualified Electrical Workers, and any other workers who work on or near energized parts or equipment. Electrical safety decision making skills, based on electrical best safe work practices which includes instruction on how to develop and implement an electrical safety program for qualified electrical workers will be covered.
This training course is designed to save lives, prevent disabling injuries, and prevent damage to buildings and equipment. It covers NFPA 70E in-depth, the standard for meeting OSHA training obligations.
Training like this never costs - it pays! This is a two or three session, 16-hour, Instructor led course.
OSHA 10 HR - General (PRO-994)
This course is designed for entry-level general workers. Course topics include: introduction to OSHA and the OSH Act; general safety and health provisions; health hazards including hazard communication and materials; Focus Four - electrical safety, struck by and caught in-between, fall protection, personal protective equipment, hand and power tools; and scaffolds, stairways and ladders. Participants will receive a certification card upon successful course completion. Course is taught by an OSHA-Approved Instructor in two sessions.
OSHA 30 HR - General (PRO-996)
The OSHA 30-Hour course is a comprehensive safety program designed for anyone involved in the general industry. Specifically devised for safety directors, foremen, and field supervisors; the program provides complete information on OSHA compliance issues. Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive an OSHA General Industry Safety and Health 30-Hour course completion card. This course is typically offered in four sessions.
OSHA 10-Hour Safety: Construction Industry
This course is designed for construction workers and management to educate them on the basic knowledge of job site safety and health. This training also informs the student of employees' rights and employers' responsibilities under the OSHA Act. This course focuses on constitution hazards that include falls, struck by, caught in/ between, electrical, and health hazards. This course is typically offered in two sessions.
OSHA 30-Hour Safety: Construction Industry
This course is designed for construction workers and management to educate them on the basic knowledge of job site safety and health. This training also informs the student of employees' rights and employers' responsibilities under the OSHA Act. This course focuses on constitution hazards that include falls, struck by, caught in/ between, electrical, and health hazards. This course is typically offered in four sessions.
Meet your Instructor:
Instructor Larry Berry is an OSHA - Authorized Outreach Instructor for General Industry, Construction Industry, and Electrical Transmission & Distribution Power Utility Industry. He is the OSHA Electrical Safety Instructor at the Center for Environmental Education & Training OSHA Midwest Training Center at St. Louis University, College of Public Health & Social Justice and OSHA Midwest Training Center at the
National Safety Council of Nebraska. Larry has many years of practical experience with electrical safety and is the owner of DangerGone LLC, a Training and Consulting Company. that provides custom-designed electrical safety training and electrical safety implementation programs.
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WES/CE Schedule in PDF Format.