Electrical dangers such as shock, electrocution, arc flash, and arc blast will always be present on the job, but proper training and safety strategies can minimize the likelihood of injuries and fatalities. The course consists of 2 days classroom training, and an optional 3rd day which includes a “hands on” session that requires the participants to demonstrate that they are able to identify the hazard and properly select the appropriate PPE for the given task.
This one-day course will helpparticipants to understand the current rules and regulations that require the employer to assess the workplace and develop grounding practices that will protect personnel working on or near deenergized lines and equipment.
Arc flashes release energy hotter than the surface of the sun, spray molten metal and create sound blasts as loud as a gun, resulting in burn injuries, hospitalizations, and fatalities. This one-day workshop will provide attendees with the experience, tools, and education that will help them conduct arc flash assessments that electric utilities are required to perform to protect their field workers from the dangers of flash.
This one-day workshop is designed to ensure that qualified workers covered under 1910.269 and 1926. Subpart V are familiar with the safety-related work practices, safety procedures, and other personnel safety requirements in these standards that pertain to their jobs. Topics include PPE requirements, arc flash calculation and protection, fall protection, grounding, and more.
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Smart leaders recognize the value of certifying their forklift and other powered truck operators in the safety requirements of OSHA Standards – 29 CFR §1910.178 regarding the use of fork trucks, tractors, platform lift trucks, ], and other powered industrial trucks.
This train-the-trainer course contains training requirements relating to OSHA Standards – 29 CFR §1910.178(l)(2)(iii) and equips the competent person to deliver formal classroom instruction and hands-on evaluation of practical exercises performed by the trainee in the use of fork trucks, tractors, platform lift trucks, motorized hand trucks, and other specialized industrial trucks powered by electric motors or internal combustion engines. Powered industrial truck operators must have OSHA Required Training to be certified. OSHA training is conducted by an experienced, PIT Certified instructor.
If your organization's operations require employees and contractorsto tow trailers on public roadways, you have a responsibility to train them to prevent injury to workers and the public and to avoid costly damage to equipment. Danny Sapp's program will familiarize participants with safe towing practices as well as the legal requirements.
PCBs are not a thing of the past even thought they were banned in the 1970s. Danny Sapps workshop will raise your awareness of how to find the hidden or forgotten PCBs in your facilities, educate you in how to deal with them, and privde you with information you need to know to avoid serious legal ramifications .
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