OSHA TRAINING COURSE  DESCRIPTIONS

OSHA Safety Training courses offered by The All Hazards Training Center


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 Conflict  Resolution
 

The All Hazards Training Center staff has developed Conflict Resolution: a series of interactive video training scenarios available on DVD.

The need for this training is clear: our schools and workplaces are seeing an ever-increasing rate of violence, often resulting from minor disagreements or misunderstandings. It's
up to staff members to recognize and resolve such conflicts before they get out of hand. These training DVDs can help develop the skills to manage and de-escalate potentially dangerous situations.


Each DVD provides a
'virtual-reality' training experience where the trainee must react to actors in an on-screen conflict scenario. The trainer can change the scenario story line based on the trainee's response. This interactive model gives the trainer an assessment of how the trainee might handle crisis situations, but in a safe, controlled environment.

The video scenario topics are Workplace Violence,
K-12 Teachers, Campus Residence Hall Staff and Unarmed Campus Security Staff. For details click here.


          Conflict Resolution Video Scenario Training


Emergency Response: Technician Level

This 3-day course meets 29 CFR 1910.120(q) Awareness, Operation, and Technician Level training requirements. It covers basic defensive and offensive mitigation techniques for responders and is very "hands-on". After classroom sessions and training with equipment, participants apply their skills in mock emergency responses. Get Details and Class Schedules.

Emergency Response: Incident Command

This 3-day course meets and exceeds OSHA's Incident Commander training requirements found in29 CFR 1910.120(q). Participants are introduced to the incident command system addressed by OSHA, as well as the EPA, FEMA and the National Fire Academy. They participate in contingency planning exercises and "tabletop" exercises designed to enhance their skills for planning and managing an emergency response utilizing the incident command structure. Note that we also offer the 1-day Incident Command Refresher course. Get Details and Class Schedules.

30-Hour and 10-Hour OSHA General Industry Compliance

The 30-hour course is a 4-day session providing supervisors with the basic information and training necessary to develop and implement an in-house Cooperative Compliance Program. Participants learn methods of finding, interpreting, and implementing regulations pertaining to employee safety as stated in 29 CFR 1910 (general industry). The 10-Hour course provides general industry safety and health training to entry level employees. Get Details and Class Schedules.

30-Hour and 10-Hour OSHA Construction Compliance

The 30-hour course is a 4-day session providing supervisors with the basic information and training necessary to maintain compliance with OSHA regulations governing construction safety. Participants will learn methods of finding, interpreting, and implementing regulations pertaining to employee safety as stated in 29 CFR 1926. The 10-Hour course is an orientation or refresher for construction workers explaining worksite hazards and recognized safety practices. Get Details and Class Schedules.

OSHA 511, 501 and 503 - Occupational Safety and Health Standards for General Industry

This "train-the-trainer" series is for private sector personnel from all types of industries. It presents detailed information on how OSHA provisions are implemented in the workplace. It begins with the 4-day OSHA 511course, teaching identification of common workplace hazards, applicable OSHA standards/requirements and abatement methods for these hazards. The OSHA 501 4-day course instructs how OSHA provisions are implemented and the necessary record keeping, rights and responsibilities. 501 graduates are qualified to conduct the 10-hour and 30-hour general industry compliance courses for their organizations and issue completion certificates. OSHA 503 is a 3-day "refresher" that graduates of OSHA 501 take every four years to maintain trainer status. Get Details and Class Schedules.

OSHA 510, 500 and 502 - Occupational Safety and Health Standards for Construction Industry

This "train-the-trainer" series follows the same sequence as the General Industry 500 series, but is focused on the unique requirements and regulations governing the Construction industry. It leads to certification as an outreach trainer qualified to
conduct the 10-hour and 30-hour construction industry compliance courses and to maintain trainer status. Get Details and Class Schedules.

Confined Space Entry Series

This series of three courses begins by addressing the hazards of confined space entry and the safety procedures stated on the Entry Permit. Use of entry equipment and methods of self-rescue and assisted rescue are covered. The subsequent two courses concentrate on confined space Basic Rescue and Intermediate Rescue, respectively.  Each course in the series is 1-day duration and involves significant "hands-on" training. Get Details and Class Schedules.

40-Hour OSHA Hazardous Waste Site Worker,  8-Hour Refresher and Waste Site Supervisor

The 40-hour "hazwoper" course meets the training requirements of 29 CFR 1910.120 paragraphs (b) through (o), needed by environmental contractors, regulatory personnel and private sector employees who need to enter hazardous waste sites. The 8-hour "refresher" is a 1-day course that meets the 29 CFR 1910.120 requirement for annual training for hazardous waste site workers. The 1-day OSHA Waste Site Supervisor course meets the training requirements for supervisors (foreman and above) in charge of others at hazardous waste sites. Get Details and Class Schedules.


The All Hazards Training Center @ The University of Findlay  |  1000 North Main Street  |  Findlay, OH 45840
800-521-1292  |  419-434-5303 (fax)  |  Questions? Email us  –   ahtc@findlay.edu