SENTINEL SAFETY GROUP
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Columbus, IN 47203
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OSHA 10 Hour General Industry (1.5 Day Course)
The OSHA Outreach Training Program for General Industry provides training for workers and employers on the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards in workplaces in general industry. The 10 hour class is ideal for new employees, safety committee members, and field supervisors. Training topics for the OSHA 10-hour include: Introduction to OSHA, Walking Working Surfaces, Electrical Safety, Hazcom, PPE, Exit Routes, Fire Safety, Material Handling, Bloodborne Pathogens, Hearing Conservation, Industrial Hygiene, Machine Guarding and Lockout/Tagout. Attendees will receive 10 hours of instruction over the course of 1.5 days and receive relevant course materials. An OSHA 10-hour General Industry card will be mailed to each attendee 3 – 5 weeks after completion of the course.
OSHA 30 Hour General Industry (4 Day Course)
The OSHA Outreach Training Program for General Industry provides training for workers and employers on the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards in workplaces in general industry. The 30 hour class is ideal for safety managers, safety technicians, field supervisors, shop stewards, department managers, plant managers and small business owners. Training topics for the OSHA 30-hour include all topics covered in the 10 hour class plus confined space, welding, forklifts, powered & hand tools, ergonomics, safety & health programs, hazardous materials, and more. Attendees will receive 30 hours of instruction over the course of 4 days, their own copy of the 29 CFR 1910 regulation, and relevant course materials. An OSHA 30-hour General Industry card will be mailed to each attendee 3 – 5 weeks after completion of the course.
Intro to OSHA for the Small Business Owner (1/2 Day Course)
Small business owners fall under many of the same requirements that large employers do from an OSHA compliance standpoint, yet they often don’t have the staff in place to manage the safety program and process to ensure they are covered. This course is designed to help small business owners understand what is and is not necessary from an OSHA standpoint to ensure their business is in compliance with OSHA regulations and to minimize occupational injury and illness risk to their employees.
OSHA Inspections…..What you need to know.
An OSHA inspector knocks on your door. They are on-site due to an employee complaint, or one of several other reasons they could be on your site. Do you know what to do? What are your rights? What are your responsibilities? This complimentary lunch-n-learn is intended to educate employers on their rights and responsibilities as well as the “Do’s and Don’ts” during an OSHA inspection.
Health and Safety Compliance Auditing (1 Day Course)
Health and Safety Compliance Auditing is something many companies discuss and implement but there are often questions regarding how to audit, appropriate criteria, prioritizing findings, corrective actions, legalities, and the list goes on. This safety fundamentals class takes a practical approach to Health and Safety Compliance Auditing to provide attendees with an approach that is effective in any size business. Training topics will address the auditing process from prep to finish, including methods of ensuring robust processes are in place to address gaps found during the audit. Attendees will receive 1 day of training on auditing from an experienced auditor with over 17 years of experience, audit materials / checklists and their own copy of the 29 CFR 1910 regulations.
Electrical Safety / NFPA 70E 2015 (1 Day Course)
This class is designed to provide persons who work on or near electrical hazards with the information necessary to safeguard them from shock, arc-flash and arc-blast hazards. It presents the NFPA 70E standard and associated OSHA regulations in such a manner, that regardless of experience, attendees leave with a clear understanding of the requirements. Most regulations and standards addressing electrical work in the workplace now require qualified person(s) to be safety trained to recognize and avoid electrical hazards. This one day course provides this safety training. Although attending this class does not qualify the attendee to perform electrical work, it is designed to provide a crucial safety component in the overall electrical qualification process. Attendees will receive the information they need to properly select, use, and care for the PPE appropriate for electrical hazard protection. This class is a must for: Electrical Engineers, Electricians, Technicians, Supervisors, Field Engineers, Safety Personnel, and Others that regularly or occasionally perform work that may expose them to electrical hazards.
Machine Guarding (1 Day Course)
Does your company have machine guarding concerns or are you possibly unsure? Are you confused on whether your company needs to follow the OSHA or the ANSI regulations pertaining to machine safety? This class is designed to provide company owners, department heads, maintenance supervisors, and safety managers with a fundamental knowledge of machine guarding and the regulations that govern their design and utilization in the workplace. The course will introduce attendees to both the OSHA and ANSI machine guarding regulations and explain how they may apply to the workplace. Attendees will receive class materials and risk assessment tools they can utilize upon completion of the class.
OSHA and the Maintenance Worker (1 Day Course)
OSHA and the Maintenance Worker is a course designed specifically for maintenance employees, maintenance supervisors, maintenance managers and safety managers. The course dives into the OSHA regulations typically involved with electrical and mechanical maintenance shops in manufacturing environments and discusses not only what must be done according to the regulation but also methods of compliance and best practices utilized in industry. Training topics include: Lockout/Tagout, Electrical, Confined Space Entry, Machine Guarding, Fall Protection, PPE, Material Handling, Hand & Power Tools, and Hazard Communication.
CPR/First Aid/AED (3/4 Day Course)
This comprehensive course, which follows the National Safety Council’s curriculum, provides participants with the vital knowledge they need to respond to a medical emergency effectively and efficiently. It is ideal Emergency Response Teams, Safety Personnel, Teachers, Supervisors, and the General Public. During this 6 hour course, Participants will learn to: recognize a medical emergency, handle breathing and cardiac emergencies, act appropriately and effectively and sustain life until professional help arrives, prevent disease transmission, and identify and care for bleeding, sudden illness and injuries.