Professional Development Training Seminars


OSHA 10 Hour Safety and Health Seminar

Seminar Description:

The OSHA 10 hour program was originally developed by the U.S. Department of Labor to provide construction workers, supervisors and other personnel responsible for daily work activities with an awareness of safety and health concerns in the workplace.  Participants review standard safety and health principles and information that prepares them to recognize and control a variety of hazardous conditions.

Seminar Objective:

This seminar is designed to provide participants with an overview of OSHA safety standards and health concerns in the workplace.

Seminar Topics:

To see specific General Industry or Construction Industry seminar topics click on the specific link below:

OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Seminar

OSHA 10 Hour Construction Industry Seminar

Total Hours: 10 Hours

* - These topics are electives and may be substituted and customized for your specific needs

There is an exam at the end of this seminar, which requires a minimum score of 70% or better to pass.  Upon successful seminar completion, participants will receive a certificate from Thomas Safety Solutions and an OSHA Construction Safety and Health 10-Hour Course Completion Card from the US Department of Labor-OSHA.

OSHA 30 Hour Safety and Health Seminar

Seminar Description:

The OSHA 30 hour program was originally developed by the U.S. Department of Labor to provide workers, supervisors and other personnel responsible for daily work activities with an awareness of safety and health concerns in the workplace.  It is recognized by the companies throughout the United States and is intended to provide instruction on a variety of safety and health standards to people with some safety responsibility. Participants will review OSHA policies, procedures, and standards; safety and health principles; as well as information that prepares them to recognize and control a variety of hazardous conditions.

Seminar Objective:

The participant should be able to describe the Occupational Safety and Health Act, 29 CFR 1926; Identify the common causes of accidents and fatalities in hazardous areas of the workplace and Identify abatement techniques for the hazards they find.

Seminar Topics:

To see specific General Industry or Construction Industry seminar topics click on the specific link below:

OSHA 30 Hour General Industry Seminar

OSHA 30 Hour Construction Industry Seminar

 

Total Hours: 30 Hours

* - These topics are electives and may be substituted and customized for your specific needs

There is an exam at the end of this seminar, which requires a minimum score of 70% or better to pass.  Upon successful seminar completion, participants will receive a certificate from Thomas Safety Solutions and an OSHA Construction Safety and Health 30-Hour Course Completion Card from the US Department of Labor-OSHA.

Excavation and Trenching Safety Competent Person

Seminar Description:

This Excavation and Trenching Competent Person Seminar is intended for individuals designated as The Excavation Competent Person, by their employer, during excavation and trenching activities, which may include managers, supervisors, lead workers or operators.  It provides a fundamental understanding of OSHA's Excavation and Trenching Standards for the Competent Person.  This seminar will cover OSHA's Excavation Standard.

Seminar Objective:

Upon successful completion of the seminar, participants will be familiar with regulations, requirements and related issues; understand the responsibilities of "The Excavation Competent Person"; be able to recognize existing and predictable conditions that are hazardous or dangerous;  be familiar with soils analysis and the soils classification system; and be familiar with the selection and use of various protective systems.  This seminar is designed to provide the necessary training and safety awareness component to meet and exceed the requirements of "The Excavation Competent Person" as defined in OSHA's Excavation Standard.

Seminar Topics:

To see specific Excavation Competent Person training seminar topics click on the specific link below:

Excavation and Trenching Competent Person Training

Total Hours: 8 Hours

There is an exam at the end of this seminar, which requires a minimum score of 70% or better to pass.  Upon successful seminar completion, participants will receive a certificate and a seminar completion card from Thomas Safety Solutions.

Fall Protection Safety Competent Person

Seminar Description:

This Fall Protection Competent Person Seminar is intended for individuals who are responsible for the supervision, implementation and monitoring of a managed fall protection program.  It provides a fundamental understanding of the OSHA and ANSI requirements for The Fall Protection Competent Person, as well as providing the participant with solid practical knowledge on how to identify and control common fall hazards.

Seminar Objective:

Upon successful completion of the seminar, participants will be able to recognize and mitigate fall hazards through a hierarchy of fall hazard controls and will have a basic understanding of the following:

Seminar Topics:

To see specific Fall Protection Competent Person training seminar topics click on the specific link below:

Fall Protection Competent Person Training

 

Total Hours: 8 Hours

There is an exam at the end of this seminar, which requires a minimum score of 70% or better to pass.  Upon successful seminar completion, participants will receive a certificate and a seminar completion card from Thomas Safety Solutions.

Scaffolding Safety Competent Person

Seminar Description:

This Scaffold Competent Person Seminar is intended for individuals designated as The Scaffold Competent Person, by their employer, to ensure scaffolds are erected properly and worked on safely.  This seminar will cover the OSHA Scaffold Standards, and is designed to provide participants with the essential knowledge and skills to effectively understand scaffold hazards and how to mitigate them.

Seminar Objective:

This seminar is a hazard recognition course for scaffold users, foreman, superintendents, project engineers, jobsite competent persons, jobsite safety coordinators and others involved in the construction industry.

Seminar Topics:

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Scaffold Competent Person Training

Total Hours: 6 Hours

There is an exam at the end of this seminar, which requires a minimum score of 70% or better to pass.  Upon successful seminar completion, participants will receive a certificate and a seminar completion card from Thomas Safety Solutions.

Health Hazards and Personal Protective Equipment

Seminar Description:

This seminar focuses on the recognition and evaluation of health hazards in the construction industry, as well as the different types of Personal Protective Equipment, including their proper uses. Participants will be instructed in the recognition of potential hazards, proper evaluation methods, and applicable standards, of Subpart D, as well as personal protective equipment for eyes, face, head, protective clothing, respiratory devices and protective shields as required in Subpart E.

Seminar Objective:

This seminar is designed to provide participants an understanding of their “Right-to-Know” related to hazardous chemicals in the workplace as defined in OSHA’s Health Hazard Standard – Subpart D, the different types of personal protective equipment, how to determine the proper type of PPE.

Seminar Topics:

General Requirements of Subpart D
MSDS & labels
Proper evaluation of potential hazards
Personal Protective Equipment & proper uses

Total Hours: 4 Hours

Upon successful seminar completion, participants will receive a certificate from Thomas Safety Solutions.

Confined Space Entry

Seminar Description:

This seminar will address the hazards associated with confined spaces and it will outline the duties and responsibilities of all members of a confined space entry team, emergency rescue procedures, and plan development.  It is designed to enable participants to safely and confidently understand and evaluate the hazards and procedures associated with confined spaces; differentiate between a permit-required confined space and a non-permit-required confined space; and will learn to recognize, evaluate, prevent, and abate safety and health hazards associated with permit-required confined space entry.   This seminar will also discuss the need for appropriate personal protective equipment and the selection characteristics for each level of protection.  Topics include the recognition of confined space hazards, entry procedures, rescue equipment, testing and monitoring for hazardous atmospheres, ventilation requirements, personal protective equipment, and permit system.

Seminar Objective:

This seminar is designed to provide the participant with an awareness and general knowledge of confined spaces, and will provide the necessary training and safety awareness so that the participant will be able to recognize, evaluate, prevent, and abate safety and health hazards associated with permit-required confined space entry.  Upon successful completion of the seminar, participants will be able to understand the hazards associated with confined spaces; become knowledgeable in the OSHA standards for safeguarding confined space entries; learn the duties and responsibilities of the confined space entry team and achieve familiarity with atmospheric testing equipment and entrance equipment.

Seminar Topics:

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Confined Space Entry Training - 29 CFR 1910.146

Total Hours: 8 Hours

There is an exam at the end of this seminar, which requires a minimum score of 70% or better to pass.  Upon successful seminar completion, participants will receive a certificate and a seminar completion card from Thomas Safety Solutions.

Qualified Rigging
and Qualified Crane Signaler,

Includes the New Crane Standard

Seminar Description:

This seminar will cover the New Crane and Derricks Final Rule, Subpart CC, which requires all riggers to be “Qualified”; and crane signalers to be “trained”.  Thomas Safety Solutions has developed this "New Crane Standard, Qualified Rigger and Qualified Crane Signalers Seminar", which is designed to deliver the knowledge requirements for Qualified Riggers, as defined by 1926.1401, and Qualified Crane Signaling personnel, as per 1926.1428, to participants.  Participants will learn to calculate weights, load tensions on slings, how to determine weight functions and proper rigging practices and techniques.

Seminar Objectives:

This seminar is designed to deliver the knowledge requirements for rigging and signaling personnel to participants, and will meet and exceed OSHA's New Crane Standard requirements for riggers and signalers.  Upon successful seminar completion, the participant will be able to calculate load weight and determine load center of gravity, calculate stress angles and determine the safe working load, select proper hitch, sling, and rigging hardware to use within their safe working loads, proper Inspection procedures, control the lift site and the cranes area of operation, and understand the "Riggers" responsibility per 1926.1401 and meet the “Signal Person” requirements per 1926.1428.

Seminar Topics:

To see specific Qualified Rigger and Qualified Crane Signaler training seminar topics click on the specific link below:

Qualified Riggers and Qualified Crane Signalers Seminar

Level I Qualified Rigger with Qualified Crane Signalers Seminar

Total Hours: 6 Hours

Level III Qualified Rigger with Qualified Crane Signalers Seminar

Total of 3-days:  20 Hours

 

There is an exam at the end of this seminar for the Rigger portion, and an exam and practical evaluations for the Signaler portion, which requires a minimum score of 70% or better to pass.  Upon successful seminar completion, participants will receive completions cards, certifying that they have met the requirements for both Riggers and Signalers as per 1926.1401 and 1926.1428.

MSHA - 30 CFR Part 46 Training Seminars

Seminar Description:

Thomas Safety Solutions provides high quality safety instruction to mine employees and is delivered by an instructor qualified by the United States Department of Labor, MSHA.  Our seminars are designed in compliance with federal requirements to offer miners of all experience levels useful, comprehensive, and effective training, and meet or exceed workplace training requirements for MSHA.  Part 46 applies to shell dredging, sand, gravel, surface stone, surface clay, colloidal phosphate, and surface limestone mines.

Seminar Objective:

The New Miner seminar offered at Thomas Safety Solutions is for miners that are new or are starting at surface mines or quarries.  This seminar is a three-day seminar (24 hours of training).

The Newly Hired Experienced Miner seminar is for miners who have received new miner training under Part 46, and has at least 12 months' cumulative experience in surface mines or quarries.  This seminar is a two-day seminar (16 hours of training).

The Annual Miner Refresher seminar is for miners who have received new miner training under Part 46, and must occur within 12 months of starting work or last annual refresher.  This seminar is a one-day seminar (8 hours of training).

Course Topics:

To see specific MSHA training seminar topics, descriptions, and objectives click on the specific link below:

MSHA - 30 CFR Part 46 Training Seminars

There is an exam at the end of this seminar, which requires a minimum score of 70% or better to pass.  Upon successful seminar completion, participants will receive their MSHA Form 5000-23 "Certificate of Training" and a seminar completion certificate from Thomas Safety Solutions.

Introduction to Combustible Dust Hazards

Seminar Description:

This seminar is designed to provide private businesses within general industry an opportunity to enhance their awareness of the hazards posed by combustible dust, and it will help industry leaders gain the knowledge and strategies that can help them to assure employee safety while using or producing materials that generate combustible dust.  This seminar will focus on recognizing the hazards and risks associated with combustible dust, as well as developing the controls and strategies that can help them prevent or mitigate combustible dust fires and explosions.

Seminar Objective:

Participants will be introduced to the hazards of combustible dust fires and explosions and will be able to identify potential combustible dust hazards.  In addition, it will offer information on the National Emphasis Program (NEP) for combustible dust inspections and OSHA and consensus standards that impact industries that generate combustible dust.

Seminar Topics:

To see specific Introduction to Combustible Dust Hazards training seminar topics click on the specific link below:

Introduction to Combustible Dust Hazards

Total Hours: 8 Hours

Upon successful seminar completion, participants will receive a certificate from Thomas Safety Solutions.

Respiratory Protection Safety and Health Seminar

Seminar Description:

This is a 2-Day Seminar.  After successfully completing this seminar, participants will gain knowledge of the requirements for the establishment, maintenance, and monitoring of a respiratory protection program; and should be able of identify and describe the major elements of a respiratory protection program following 29 CFR 1910.134; discuss technical aspects for the proper selection and use of respirators; evaluate compliance with OSHA’s respiratory protection standard; select the proper respirator to be used in the workplace; discuss qualitative and quantitative fit testing; Use a large array of respirators and support equipment.

Participants will Learn:

  • How to identify and describe the major elements of a respiratory protection program following 29 CFR 1910.134;
  • How to discuss technical aspects for the proper selection and use of respirators;
  • How to evaluate compliance with OSHA's respiratory protection standard;
  • How to conduct exercises on respirator selection;
  • How to discuss qualitative and quantitative fit testing.

Seminar Topics:

To see specific Introduction to Combustible Dust Hazards training seminar topics click on the specific link below:

On-Site Seminar Registration Form

Total of 2-Days

Upon successful seminar completion, participants will receive a certificate from Thomas Safety Solutions.

Online Safety and Health Training by 360 Training

Course Description:

Our new Virtual University of online safety training courses, powered by 360training.com, will provide a comprehensive solution for educating yourself with critical skills needed in safety in a convenient, time-saving, economical format at your own pace.  These online courses have received the recognition of The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).


Thomas Safety Solutions, Inc. provides services to clients and customers in Texas, Amarillo, Dallas, Houston; Florida; Pennsylvania; Georgia; North Carolina; South Carolina; Virginia; Kentucky; West Virginia; Indiana; Illinois; Maryland; New Jersey; Ohio; Alabama; and, Louisiana.

 

 

Contact Information:

Main Office                                                                                Florida Office
7915 Bluegrass Road                                                         1325 Church Street
Canyon, Texas  79015                                                  Pierson, Florida  32180
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