Upcoming courses

OSHA 10-hour Training for Construction plus First Aid/CPR

This OSHA 10-hour construction safety course provides an overview of the OSHA safety and health standards for the construction industry. Participants learn about the rights and responsibilities of the employee and the employer. The OSHA Outreach Training Program for the Construction Industry will be conducted during the first day and the first half of the second day. It provides training for workers and employers on the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards in workplaces in the construction industry. Topics covered include: OSHA regulations, the OSHA Focus 4 Hazards, Hazard Communication, The NEW Silica Standard, Fall Protection, Scaffolding, Electrical safety/ LOTO, Trenching & Excavations, Confined Space Entry, Machine Guarding, PPE, Respirators, Forklifts, and Fire Safety.

A 10-hour OSHA certification card will be awarded upon successful completion of this course.
The First Aid/CPR course will be conducted during the afternoon of the second day – attendees will be awarded American Heart Association certification cards upon successful completion of this course.
Attendees must be in attendance for the entire class to receive both certifications.

Please bring valid government photo ID.

WHEN: September 17 & 18, 2019- 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM
WHERE: Holiday Inn Express & Suites Wilmington-Newark, 1201 Christiana Rd, Newark, DE 19713
PRICE: $210 per person or
$200 per person for 5 or more from the same company.

Class will begin promptly at 8:00 AM each day, continental breakfast and lunch will be served.
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Registrants

Half-day Courses

All courses will be held at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites Wilmington-Newark, 1201 Christiana Rd, Newark, DE 19713

PRICE: $125 per person or $115 per person for 5 or more from the same company

Tuesday, September 24, 2019 (08:00 – noon)

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OSHA Injury & Illness Recordkeeping & Reporting 

Course Summary:

This course explores the OSHA requirements for recording and reporting workplace injury data as outlined in 1904 OSHA Injury and Illness Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements.  In addition, we will discuss other safety & health documentation that your company should be keeping to comply with OSHA and industry best practices. 

Expected Learning Objectives:

Attendees will learn about OSHA’s new electronic recordkeeping system, general recording criteria, how to classify workplace injuries, OSHA reporting forms, and the requirements around reporting fatal and serious incidents.  Other OSHA standards that require documentation will also be discussed. 

Additional learning objectives will include:

  • Recognize OSHA’s criteria for a recordable injury or illness
  • Identify and successfully complete recordkeeping forms 300, 300A and 301
  • Recognize the rules for reporting fatalities and serious incidents, including applicable 2017 electronic injury and illness data submission guidelines
  • Develop an outline of necessary documentation to develop and have in case of an OSHA inspection

Students will receive certificate of participation.  Light refreshments and pastries will be provided.

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Tuesday, October 8, 2019 (08:00 – noon) 

Topic / Title:

Evaluating & Updating your Safety Programs

Course Summary:

Effective evaluation of safety programs is necessary to ensure they are being implemented as intended.  This review process should occur throughout the year as special needs dictate, and at least annually. When a program evaluation identifies an opportunity to improve, the organization in coordination with their employees should make necessary adjustments and monitor how well the program performs as a result. 

Expected Learning Objectives:

Attendees will learn how to conduct a program evaluation at their workplace and what improvement requirements are needed to make this program successful.  This evaluation process will include:

  • Establishing, reporting, and tracking goals and targets that indicate whether the program is making progress.
  • Evaluating the program initially and periodically thereafter to identify shortcomings and opportunities for improvement.
  • Providing ways for workers to participate in program evaluation and improvement.

Students will receive certificate of participation.  Students are encouraged to bring a copy of their company’s current safety program or manual.

Light refreshments and pastries will be provided.

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Tuesday, October 22, 2019 (08:00 – noon) 

Topic / Title:

Incident Investigations

Course Summary:

Are you prepared to handle an incident at your workplace?  After the preliminary response to an incident occurs, conducting an effective investigation process will help your team understand the contributing factors and lessons learned associated with the incident that can be applied to prevent similar occurrences in the future.

Expected Learning Objectives:

 Students attending this course will gain knowledge and understanding of what qualifies as an incident and how to conduct an effective investigation.  Key takeaways will include: managing an active incident scene, collecting evidence, interviewing witnesses, preparing investigation documents, and establishing lessons learned or corrective actions.  Additional course objectives will include:

  • How to determine which incidents warrant investigation
  • How to use effective investigation and interviewing techniques to gather complete, objective, and accurate data
  • The human relations aspects of incident reporting
  • What data to include in investigation reports
  • Hazard control measures and follow-up 

Students will receive certificate of participation.  Light refreshments and pastries will be provided.

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Tuesday, November 12, 2019 (08:00 – noon) 

Topic / Title:

Lock-Out / Tag-out Compliance

Course Summary: 

Control of hazardous energy is a critical process to ensure individuals are protected while working in situations that require energy isolation.  In this course we will discuss the OSHA requirements outlined in 1910.147: The control of hazardous energy (lockout/tagout) and how to establish a defined program that clearly establishes roles, responsibilities, and expectations for control of energy sources.


Expected Learning Objectives:

Students who attend this class will learn the requirements for a written program, how to effectively implement a LO/TO program, and the working components to maintain compliance with this requirement.  Additional course expectations will include:

  • How to evaluate situations which involve hazardous energy and common isolation techniques
  • The ability to develop and adopt control procedures and programs 
  • Understanding of training programs for employees who work on or around machines and equipment which require control hazardous energy before work can occur

Students will receive certificate of participation.  Light refreshments and pastries will be provided on the day of training.

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