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Section One:
Treatment Plant Courses Overview

General courses for treatment plants:

  • 803038 Treatment Plant Safety 8 hour Introduction

  • 803006 Respiratory Protection Awareness Level 4 hour Introduction

  • 803007 Respiratory Protection Operations Level 8 hour Introduction

  • 803013 Overhead Crane Operations 4 hour Introduction

  • 803018 Emergency Response Plan Training 8 hour Introduction

  • 803059 Fork Lift Operations & Safety 8 hour Introduction

  • 803032 Lock/Tagout Affected Worker Level

  • 803033 Lockout/Tagout Authorized Worker Level 8 hour Introduction

  • 803034 Lockout/Tagout Retraining 4 hour Review

  • 805035 Water Borne Pathogens for Water and Wastewater Workers 4 hour Introduction

  • 803036 Fall Protection for Water and Wastewater Workers 8 hours Introduction

  • 803037 Lift Station Safety & Operations 8 hour Introduction

  • 803044 Water & Wastewater Safety Manager

  • 803045 Treatment Plant Safety Supervisor 16 hour Introduction


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Elemental chlorine courses:

  • 803001 Chlorine First Responder Awareness Level 4 hour Overview

  • 803002 Chlorine First Responder Operations Level 8 hour Introduction

  • 803003 Chlorine First Responder Technician Level Update 8 hour Advanced

  • 803004 Chlorine First Responder Operations Level 16 hour Introduction

  • 803005 Chlorine First Responder Technician Level 24 hour Introduction

  • 803008 Chlorine First Responder Technician Level 12 hour Introduction

  • 803009 Chlorine First Responder Technician Level Update 12 hour Advanced

  • 803043 Risk Management Plan Update 4 hour Advanced

  • 803050 Chlorine First Responder “Level A”8 hour Introduction

  • 803051 Chlorine First Responder Level A Update 8 hour Advanced

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Hazardous Chemicals Courses:

  • 803010 Hazardous Chemicals for W&WW Workers 8 hour Introduction

  • 803011 Hazardous Chemicals for W&WW Workers Update 4 hour Advanced

  • 803012 Hazardous Chemicals for W&WW Workers 10 hour Introduction

  • 803014 Hazardous Communications Standard 8 hour Introduction

  • 803015 Sodium Hypochlorite First Responder, Operations Level 8 hour Introduction

  • 803016 Sodium Hypochlorite First Responder, Operations Level 8 hour Update

  • 803017 Sodium Hypochlorite First Responder, Operations Level 16 hour Introduction

  • 803031 Fluosilicic Acid First Responder Operations Level 8 hour Introduction


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Confined Space Courses:

  • 803019 Permit Required Confined Space Entry Supervisor Update 4 hour Advanced

  • 803020 Permit Required Confined Space Awareness 4 hour Introduction

  • 803021 Permit Required Confined Space Program 8 hour Overview

  • 803022 Permit Required Confined Space Entrant and Attendant 8 hour Introduction

  • 803023 Permit Required Confined Space Entrant and Attendant Update 4 hour Advanced

  • 803024 Permit Required Confined Space Entry Supervisor 8-hour Introduction

  • 803025 Permit Required Confined Space Rescue Team Member 8-hour Introduction

  • 803026 Permit Required Confined Space Rescue Team Member Update 8 hour

  • 803027 Permit Required Confined Space Entry Supervisor 16 hour Introduction

  • 803028 Personal Protective Equipment for Water & Wastewater Workers 8 hour

  • 803029 Permit Required Confined Space Designated Rescuer 8 hour Introduction

  • 803030 Permit Required Confined Space Entry Supervisor Update 8 hour Advanced

  • 803040 Competent Person for Trench and Excavation 8 hour Introduction

  • 803041 Competent Person for Trench and Excavation Retraining 4 hour Review


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Section Two, Construction:
Wastewater Collection and Water Distribution Courses Overview

General courses for Wastewater Collection and Water Distribution:

  • 803039 Wastewater Collection and Water Distribution Safety 8 hour Introduction

  • 803006 Respiratory Protection Awareness Level 4 hour Introduction

  • 803007 Respiratory Protection Operations Level 8 hour Introduction

  • 803018 Emergency Response Plan Training 8 hour Introduction

  • 803059 Fork Lift Operations & Safety 8 hour Introduction

  • 803033 Lockout/Tagout Authorized Worker Level 8 hour Introduction

  • 803034 Lockout/Tagout Retraining 4 hour Review

  • 805035 Water Borne Pathogens for Water and Wastewater Workers 4 hour Introduction

  • 803037 Lift Station Safety & Operations 8 hour Introduction

  • 803044 Water & Wastewater Safety Manager

  • 803046 Collection and Distribution Safety Supervisor


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Confined Space Courses:

  • 803019 Permit Required Confined Space Entry Supervisor Update 4 hour Advanced

  • 803020 Permit Required Confined Space Awareness 4 hour Introduction

  • 803021 Permit Required Confined Space Program 8 hour Overview

  • 803022 Permit Required Confined Space Entrant and Attendant 8 hour Introduction

  • 803023 Permit Required Confined Space Entrant and Attendant Update 4 hour Advanced

  • 803024 Permit Required Confined Space Entry Supervisor 8-hour Introduction

  • 803025 Permit Required Confined Space Rescue Team Member 8-hour Introduction

  • 803026 Permit Required Confined Space Rescue Team Member Update 8 hour

  • 803027 Permit Required Confined Space Entry Supervisor 16 hour Introduction

  • 803028 Personal Protective Equipment in Water & Wastewater Workers 8 hour

  • 803029 Permit Required Confined Space Designated Rescuer 8 hour Introduction

  • 803030 Permit Required Confined Space Entry Supervisor Update 8 hour Advanced


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Excavation and Trenching Courses:

  • 803040 Competent Person for Trench and Excavation 8 hour Introduction

  • 803041 Competent Person for Trench and Excavation Retraining 4 hour Review

  • 803042 Competent Person for Trench and Excavation 16 hour Introduction


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Equipment Operation for Collections and Distribution Construction Workers:

  • 803052 Dump Truck Operations & Safety 4 hour Introduction

  • 803053 Track Excavator Operations & Safety 8 hour Introduction

  • 803054 Loader Operations & Safety 8 hour Introduction

  • 803055 Locating Existing Utilities

  • 803056 Tractor/Loader/Backhoe Operations & Safety 8 hour Introduction

  • 803057 Trailer Mounted Vacuum Excavation Equipment 8 hour Introduction

  • 803058 Jet Truck Operations & Safety 8 hour Introduction

  • 803059 Fork Lift Operations & Safety 8 hour Introduction

  • 803060 Bulldozer Operations & Safety 8 hour Introduction

  • 803061 Lift Truck Operations & Safety 8 hour Introduction


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Section Three:
Safety Services Company Detailed Class Listings by Course Number

  • Course Number: 803001 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Chlorine First Responder Awareness Level 4 hour Overview
    Description of Course: Enables personnel to identify chlorine releases and trains them to take defensive actions to ensure their personal safety while alerting designated response personnel. Recommended for all plant personnel where chlorine gas, liquid, or sodium hypochlorite is used for disinfection.

  • Course Number: 803002 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Chlorine First Responder Operations Level 8 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: Enables workers to handle, store, use, and respond defensively to chlorine emergencies. Recommended for workers performing operational or maintenance work in or around chlorine containers, feed equipment, or storage areas containing elemental chlorine.

  • Course Number: 803003 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Chlorine First Responder Technician Level Update 8 hour Advanced
    Description of Course: Provides the latest information on elemental chlorine emergency response, personal protective equipment, mitigation equipment, and students apply emergency response kits to containers stopping pressurized air leaks. Previously trained responders are updated with the latest information and skills necessary to safely mitigate an elemental chlorine leak.
    Students must have completed 24 hours at Chlorine First Responder Technician Level Training to qualify.

  • Course Number: 803004 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Chlorine First Responder Operations Level 16 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: Similar to 8 hour class (803002) but adds skill training for personal protective equipment and emergency response and risk management exercise during day 2. Enables workers to handle, store, use, and respond defensively to chlorine emergencies. Recommended for workers performing operational or maintenance work in or around chlorine containers, feed equipment, or storage areas containing elemental chlorine.

  • Course Number: 803005 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Chlorine First Responder Technician Level 24 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: Provides participants with an introduction to technician level information and skills for chlorine emergency response, personal protective equipment, mitigation equipment, and application of emergency response kits to containers to stop or minimize chlorine leaks. The learning objectives enable chlorine first responders to work safely with elemental chlorine using best management practices to safely mitigate chlorine releases.

  • Course Number: 803006 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Respiratory Protection Awareness Level 4 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: Enables workers to identify respiratory hazards and the personal protection equipment necessary to mitigate those hazards. Curriculum includes cartridge and filter respirators, powered air purifying respirators, supplied air systems, and self-contained breathing apparatus.

  • Course Number: 803007 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Respiratory Protection Operations Level 8 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: Enables workers to identify respiratory hazards and select the proper personal protection equipment necessary to mitigate those hazards. Includes all OSHA Required respiratory protection program requirements, hands on training, and fit testing.
    Pre-requisite: Students must have been medically approved to wear respiration protection prior to class.

  • Course Number: 803008 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Chlorine First Responder Technician Level 12 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: Three four hour training classes presented to shift workers over three separate training days which enable them to safely perform as First Responders at the Technician Level for chlorine emergencies. This training enables treatment plant personnel to safely perform leak assessment, perform First Responder Technician Level duties, and coordinate repose agency actions as it relates to elemental chlorine.

  • Course Number: 803009 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Chlorine First Responder Technician Level Update 12 hour Advanced
    Description of Course: Three four hour training classes presented to shift workers over three separate training days which enable them to safely perform as First Responders at the Technician Level for chlorine emergencies. Previously trained responders are updated with the latest information and skills necessary to safely mitigate an elemental chlorine leak.

  • Course Number: 803010 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Hazardous Chemicals for W&WW Workers 8 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: This training enables students to identify the hazards and work safely with ten common water and wastewater chemicals. Training included personal protection, reactivity, safe handling and storage. Students received a current MSDS for each chemical and participate in facilitated discussion, written testing, and reactive demonstrations. Materials covered include fluosilicic acid, sodium hydroxide, sodium hypochlorite, calcium hypochlorite, calcium hydroxide, calcium oxide, sulfur dioxide, and sulfuric acid.

  • Course Number: 803011 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Hazardous Chemicals for W&WW Workers Update 4 hour Advanced
    Description of Course: Provides the latest information on eight common water and wastewater chemicals. Training updates include personal protection, reactivity, safe handling, storage, and any recent related leaks or releases in the W&WW Industry. Students review a current MSDS for each chemical and participate in facilitated discussions, and reactive demonstrations. Materials covered include fluosilicic acid, sodium hydroxide, sodium hypochlorite, calcium hypochlorite, calcium hydroxide, calcium oxide, sulfur dioxide, and sulfuric acid.
    Students must have completed either the 8 or 10 hour Hazardous Chemicals for W&WW.

  • Course Number: 803012 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Hazardous Chemicals for W&WW Workers 10 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: This training enables students to identify the hazards and work safely with ten common water and wastewater chemicals. Training included personal protection, reactivity, safe handling and storage. Students received a current MSDS for each chemical and participate in facilitated discussion, written testing, and reactive demonstrations. Materials covered include fluosilicic acid, sodium hydroxide, sodium hypochlorite, calcium hypochlorite, calcium hydroxide, calcium oxide, sulfur dioxide, and sulfuric acid, elemental chlorine, and hydrochloric acid.

  • Course Number: 803013 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Overhead Crane Operations 4 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: Enables workers to comply with the OSHA Requirements for the operation of pendant operated overhead cranes commonly used in water and wastewater plants and maintenance shops. Curriculum includes the required equipment inspections, safe operational procedures, and maintenance requirements.

  • Course Number: 803014 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Hazardous Communications Standard 8 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: Enables workers to work safely with hazardous chemicals and complies with OSHA requirement to train workers who work with chemicals. Curriculum includes MSDS, labeling, safe handling, storage, transfer, operations, maintenance, and clean up.

  • Course Number: 803015 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Sodium Hypochlorite First Responder, Operations Level 8 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: One eight-hour training class covering emergency response, leak assessment, and safe handling for Sodium Hypochlorite. Classes include videos, lecture, facilitated student discussion, demonstrations, and written testing. Learning Objectives: This training enables treatment plant personnel to safely perform as a First Responder at the Technician Level performing emergency response, leak assessment, and coordinating response agency action efficiently and accurately.

  • Course Number: 803016 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Sodium Hypochlorite First Responder, Operations Level Update 8 hour Advanced
    Description of Course: Provides the latest information on sodium hypochlorite. Training updates include personal protection, reactivity, safe handling, storage, and any recent related leaks or releases in the W&WW Industry. Curriculum includes emergency response, leak assessment, and safe handling for Sodium Hypochlorite. Classes include videos, lecture, facilitated student discussion, demonstrations, and written testing. This update training enables previously trained treatment plant personnel to safely perform as a First Responder at the Technician Level performing emergency response, leak assessment, and coordinating response agency action efficiently and accurately.
    Must have completed the 8 or 16 hour Introduction to Sodium Hypochlorite prior to attending this class.

  • Course Number: 803017 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Sodium Hypochlorite First Responder, Operations Level 16 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: Two eight hour training classes are presented covering emergency response, leak assessment, and Best Management Practices for Sodium Hypochlorite. Classes include videos, lecture, facilitated student discussion, demonstrations, and written testing.
    Learning Objectives: This training enables treatment plant personnel to safely perform as a First Responder at the Technician Level performing emergency response, leak assessment, and coordinating response agency action efficiently and accurately.

  • Course Number: 803018 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Emergency Response Plan Training 8 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: Enables water and wastewater workers to respond to a wide range of emergencies that face treatment plant or construction/distribution personnel. Curriculum includes worker response to weather related emergencies, hazardous chemical emergencies, failure of treatment capabilities, and terrorist activities. Development of plans and plan review are included.

  • Course Number: 803019 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Permit Required Confined Space Entry Supervisor Update 4 hour Advanced
    Description of Course: Provides the latest information on permit required confined space training at the Entry Supervisor Level. Training updates include recent OSHA letters of interpretation, personal protection and non-entry rescue equipment, permit issues, hot work, and any recent related confined space accidents or near misses in the W&WW Industry.
    Must have completed the 8 or 16 hour Introduction to Sodium Hypochlorite prior to attending this class.

  • Course Number: 803020 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Permit Required Confined Space Awareness 4 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: Enables students to identify permit required spaces and the hazards associated with entry. Curriculum includes hazardous atmospheres, engulfment, lockout/tagout, and a wide range of serious safety and health hazards associated with the water and wastewater industry. Complies with the requirements to notify all employees of the existence of permit required confined spaces.

  • Course Number: 803021 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Permit Required Confined Space Program 8 hour Overview
    Description of Course: Enables attendees to understand and identify the important components of a complete Permit Required Confined Space Program. Curriculum includes hazard identification, entrant and attendant training, entry supervisor training, entry permits, hot work, written programs and program administration.
    Does not provide OSHA certification, informational program development training.

  • Course Number: 803022 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Permit Required Confined Space Entrant and Attendant 8 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: This eight hour training class provides students with the knowledge and skills to enable them to perform safe entries into permit required confined spaces under the direction of a entry supervisor. Classes include videos, lecture, facilitated student discussion, demonstrations, skill testing, and written testing. Curriculum includes entrant and attendant responsibilities, rules, and skill demonstrations that comply with the OSHA definitions of a confined space entrant or attendant.

  • Course Number: 803023 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Permit Required Confined Space Entrant and Attendant Update 4 hour Advanced
    Description of Course: Provides the latest information on permit required confined space training at the Entrant and Attendant Level. Training updates include recent OSHA letters of interpretation, personal protection and non-entry rescue equipment, permit issues, hot work, and any recent related confined space accidents or near misses in the W&WW Industry.
    Must have completed the 8-hour Permit Required Confined Space Entrant and Attendant class prior to attending this training.

  • Course Number: 803024 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Permit Required Confined Space Entry Supervisor 8 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: This eight hour training class provides students with the knowledge and skills to enable them to perform or supervise safe entries into permit required confined spaces following all OSHA Requirements. Classes include videos, lecture, facilitated student discussion, issuance of permits, demonstrations, skill testing, and written testing.
    Must have completed the 8-hour Permit Required Confined Space Entrant and Attendant class prior to attending this training.

  • Course Number: 803025 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Permit Required Confined Space Rescue Team Member 8 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: This eight hour training class provides students with the knowledge and skills to enable them to perform as a Permit Required Confined Space Rescue Team Member. Classes include videos, lecture, facilitated student discussion, practice rescues, demonstrations, skill testing, and written testing.
    Must have completed the 8-hour Permit Required Confined Space Entrant and Attendant class prior to attending this training.

  • Course Number: 803026 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Permit Required Confined Space Rescue Team Member Update 8 hour Advanced
    Description of Course: Provides the latest information on permit required confined space training at the Entrant and Attendant Level. Training updates include recent OSHA letters of interpretation, personal protection and non-entry rescue equipment, permit issues, hot work, and any recent related confined space accidents or near misses in the W&WW Industry.

  • Course Number: 803027 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Permit Required Confined Space Entry Supervisor 16 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: This sixteen hour training class provides students with the knowledge and skills to enable them to perform or supervise safe entries into permit required confined spaces following all OSHA Requirements. Classes include videos, lecture, facilitated student discussion, issuance of permits, demonstrations, skill testing, and written testing. Curriculum includes identifying existing and potential hazards associated with confined space entry and to take action to mitigate or eliminate those hazards prior to entry.

  • Course Number: 803028 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Personal Protective Equipment in Water & Wastewater Workers 8 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: Enables workers to identify and select personal protective equipment based on the identified hazards of the application. Curriculum includes construction and treatment plant applications covering selection criteria, limitations, and maintenance.

  • Course Number: 803029 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Permit Required Confined Space Designated Rescuer 8 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: This eight hour training class provides students with the knowledge and skills to enable them to perform as a Permit Required Confined Space Rescue Team Member. Classes include videos, lecture, facilitated student discussion, practice rescues, demonstrations, skill testing, and written testing.
    Must have completed the 8-hour Permit Required Confined Space Entrant and Attendant class prior to attending this training.

  • Course Number: 803030 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Permit Required Confined Space Entry Supervisor Update 8 hour Advanced
    Description of Course: Provides the latest information on permit required confined space training at the Entry Supervisor Level. Training updates include recent OSHA letters of interpretation, personal protection and non-entry rescue equipment, permit issues, hot work, and any recent related confined space accidents or near misses in the W&WW Industry.

  • Course Number: 803031 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Fluosilicic Acid First Responder Operations Level 8 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: Training covers fluosilicic acid safe handling, hazard identification, health effects, first aid, accidental release measures, personal protection, chemical properties, reactivity, and regulatory information. Curriculum included hazard identification and safe handling procedures associated with Fluosilicic Acid and preventative operational procedures to prevent unwanted reactive reactions with other W&WW chemicals. Defensive strategies are also included to enable personnel to respond to emergencies safely.

  • Course Number: 803032 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Lockout/Tagout Affected Worker Level 4 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: Enables workers who may be exposed to the hazards of the unexpected release of energy to be knowledgeable of the protection provided by proper lockout tagout. Curriculum identifies stored energy, lockout systems, tagging systems, and notification methods. Complies with the OSHA requirement to train workers who perform in our around lockout operations.

  • Course Number: 803033 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Lockout/Tagout Authorized Worker Level 8 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: Enables workers to control the release of hazardous energy by applying lockout/tagout devices to prevent the release of hazardous energy, which may injure uninformed workers. Curriculum includes identification of stored energy, types of lockout, application of lockout devices, strength of lockout materials, lockout/tagout written procedures, and complies with OSHA requirements.

  • Course Number: 803034 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Lockout/Tagout Retraining 4 hour Review
    Description of Course: The OSHA regulations for lockout require retraining following a near miss or accident where lockout/tagout rules were not followed. This program included detailed documentation of training to ensure employer compliance. Curriculum includes all basic training requirements with written testing for each major component.

  • Course Number: 803035 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Water Borne Pathogens for Water and Wastewater Workers 4 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: Enables workers to identify the four basic families of water borne pathogens and their potential entry routes. Curriculum includes universal precautions, work place administrative controls, prevention, post exposure treatment, and identification of symptoms of exposure.

  • Course Number: 803036 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Fall Protection for Water and Wastewater Workers 8 hours Introduction
    Description of Course: Enables workers to identify fall protection potentials and the associated prevention methods. Curriculum includes fixed ladders, portable ladders, step ladders, lifts, handrails, and fall protection equipment.

  • Course Number: 803037 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Lift Station Safety & Operations 8 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: Enables lift station workers to identify common hazards encountered working in and around lift station operations and provides mitigation methods to avoid injuries. Curriculum includes wet well/drywell stations, can stations, electrical exposures, confined space safety, chemicals, hot work, traffic control, and fall protection.

  • Course Number: 803038 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Treatment Plant Safety 8 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: Enables workers to identify OSHA requirements and programs focused on water or wastewater treatment plants under the General Industry Standards. Curriculum includes all OSHA components such as lockout, confined spaces, Hazardous Communications, Fall Protection, Hearing protection, Eye Protection, Personal Protective Equipment, and training.

  • Course Number: 803039 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Wastewater Collection and Water Distribution Safety 8 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: Enables workers to identify OSHA requirements and programs focused on water distribution or wastewater collection systems under the Construction Industry Standards. Curriculum includes all OSHA components such as trenching and excavation, confined spaces, hazardous communications, fall protection, hearing protection, eye protection, personal protective equipment, and training.

  • Course Number: 803040 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Competent Person for Trench and Excavation 8 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: Enables workers to identify existing and predictable hazardous in the work plane and provides them with the ability to take prompt actions to prevent serious in trench and excavation. Curriculum includes soil types, cave in potentials, protective systems, water handling, emergency recognition and response, and inspection.>

  • Course Number: 803041 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Competent Person for Trench and Excavation Retraining 4 hour Review
    Description of Course: The OSHA regulations for Competent Person require retraining following a near miss or accident where proper excavation rules were not followed. This program included detailed documentation of training to ensure employer compliance. Curriculum includes all basic training requirements with written testing for each major component.

  • Course Number: 803042 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Competent Person for Trench and Excavation 16 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: Enables workers to identify existing and predictable hazardous in the work plane and provides them with the ability to take prompt actions to prevent serious in trench and excavation. Curriculum includes soil types, cave in potentials, protective systems, water handling, emergency recognition and response, and inspection. In addition hand on skill training including actual lay out and excavation of trenches is performed using appropriate excavation equipment and protective systems.

  • Course Number: 803043 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Risk Management Plan Update 4 hour Advanced
    Description of Course: Enables organizations to update their own Risk Management Plans and ensure workers perform tasks associated with hazardous chemicals according to established procedures. Curriculum includes review of the most recent hazard analysis, review of the management of change section, and update of operations and responsibilities based on existing staffing and operations.
    Student participation requires organization approval and security clearance.

  • Course Number: 803044 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Water & Wastewater Safety Manager 8 hour Advanced
    Description of Course: Enables water or wastewater managers to identify strategies to resolve a wide range of common safety issues. Curriculum includes construction and plant safety issues, safety programs, safety training, safety regulations, and resources to develop on-going safety programs.

  • Course Number: 803045 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Treatment Plant Safety Supervisor 16 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: Enables treatment plant supervisors to provide safety leadership. Includes OSHA 10 Hour Certification and focuses on safety issues at water and wastewater treatment facilities. Curriculum includes the OSHA General Industry rules that apply to water and wastewater treatment plants.

  • Course Number: 803046 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Collection and Distribution Safety Supervisor
    Description of Course: Enables construction supervisors to provide safety leadership in all phases of water and wastewater construction work. Includes OSHA Certification and focuses on safety issues in water distribution and wastewater collection systems. Curriculum includes the OSHA Construction Industry rules that apply to water and wastewater treatment plants.

  • Course Number: 803047 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
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  • Course Number: 803048 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
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  • Course Number: 803049 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
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  • Course Number: 803050 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Chlorine First Responder “Level A” 8 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: This training enables workers already trained at the Technician Level to use Class “A” Personal Protective Equipment when responding to liquid chlorine leaks or chlorine leaks that have a potential for significant skin injury or heavy vapor exposure to responding personnel. Students participate in skill training for protective suits, high pressure SCBA, airline systems, and chlorine institute A, B, or C kits. Students participate in application of emergency devices in simulated chorine environments stopping or minimizing leaks on pressurized containers and cylinders.

  • Course Number: 803051 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Chlorine First Responder Level A Update 8 hour Advanced
    Description of Course: Provides the latest information chorine technician Level. Training updates include recent OSHA letters of interpretation, personal protection and any recent related chlorine accidents or near misses in the W&WW Industry This training enables workers already trained at the Technician Level to use Class “A” Personal Protective Equipment when responding to liquid chlorine leaks or chlorine leaks that have a potential for significant skin injury or heavy vapor exposure to responding personnel. Students participate in skill training for protective suits, high pressure SCBA, airline systems, and chlorine institute A, B, or C kits. Students participate in application of emergency devices in simulated chorine environments stopping or minimizing leaks on pressurized containers and cylinders.
    Must have completed the 24 hour Chlorine First Responder Course prior to this class.

  • Course Number: 803052 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Dump Truck Operations & Safety 4 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: Employees will demonstrate learned skills by completing dump truck operational assignments in specific time frames. Training consists of two separate components, which are classroom training and a skill demonstration session. Employees will participate in a classroom training session covering basic information, rules, operational procedures, acceptable practices, prohibited practices, operational maintenance responsibilities, and safe operation guidelines. Students who successfully complete the classroom portion of the class are eligible to train on the requesting organizations equipment accompanied by skilled operator. Workers who complete both the class room and the skill performance sections of the program will perform OJT during normal work under the guidance and supervision of a foreman or approved equipment operator.
    Students are required to possess a CDL class B minimum to participate in skill testing.

  • Course Number: 803053 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Track Excavator Operations & Safety 8 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: Employees will demonstrate learned skills by completing excavator operational assignments in specific time frames. Training consists of two separate components, which are classroom training and a skill demonstration session. Employees will participate in a classroom training session covering basic information, rules, operational procedures, acceptable practices, prohibited practices, operational maintenance responsibilities, and safe operation guidelines. Students who successfully complete the classroom portion of the class are eligible to train on the requesting organizations equipment accompanied by skilled operator. Workers who complete both the class room and the skill performance sections of the program will perform OJT during normal work under the guidance and supervision of a foreman or approved equipment operator.

  • Course Number: 803054 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Loader Operations & Safety 8 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: Enable workers to operate and maintain this equipment following safe operational procedures. Employees will demonstrate learned skills by completing loader operational assignments in specific time frames. Training consists of two separate components, which are classroom training and a skill demonstration session. Employees will participate in a classroom training session covering basic information, rules, operational procedures, acceptable practices, prohibited practices, operational maintenance responsibilities, and safe operation guidelines. Students who successfully complete the classroom portion of the class are eligible to train on the requesting organizations equipment accompanied by skilled operator. Workers who complete both the class room and the skill performance sections of the program will perform OJT during normal work under the guidance and supervision of a foreman or approved equipment operator.

  • Course Number: 803055 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Locating Existing Utilities
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  • Course Number: 803056 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: (TLB) Tractor/Loader/Backhoe Operations & Safety 8 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: Enable workers to operate and maintain this equipment following safe operational procedures. Employees will demonstrate learned skills by completing TLB operational assignments in specific time frames. Curriculum includes review of the OSHA requirement for Competent Person for Excavation and Trenching. Training consists of two separate components, which are classroom training and a skill demonstration session. Employees will participate in a classroom training session covering basic information, rules, operational procedures, acceptable practices, prohibited practices, operational maintenance responsibilities, and safe operation guidelines. Students who successfully complete the classroom portion of the class are eligible to train on the requesting organizations equipment accompanied by skilled operator. Workers who complete both the class room and the skill performance sections of the program will perform OJT during normal work under the guidance and supervision of a foreman or approved equipment operator.

  • Course Number: 803057 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Trailer Mounted Vacuum Excavation Equipment 8 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: Enable workers to operate and maintain this equipment following safe operational procedures. Employees will demonstrate learned skills by completing trailer mounted vacuum excavation equipment operational assignments in specific time frames. Training consists of two separate components, which are classroom training and a skill demonstration session. Employees will participate in a classroom training session covering basic information, rules, operational procedures, acceptable practices, prohibited practices, operational maintenance responsibilities, and safe operation guidelines. Students who successfully complete the classroom portion of the class are eligible to train on the requesting organizations equipment accompanied by skilled operator. Workers who complete both the class room and the skill performance sections of the program will perform OJT during normal work under the guidance and supervision of a foreman or approved equipment operator.

  • Course Number: 803058 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Jet Truck Operations & Safety 8 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: Enable workers to operate and maintain this equipment following safe operational procedures. Employees will demonstrate learned skills by completing jet truck operational assignments in specific time frames. Training consists of two separate components, which are classroom training and a skill demonstration session. Employees will participate in a classroom training session covering basic information, rules, operational procedures, acceptable practices, prohibited practices, operational maintenance responsibilities, and safe operation guidelines. Students who successfully complete the classroom portion of the class are eligible to train on the requesting organizations equipment accompanied by skilled operator. Workers who complete both the class room and the skill performance sections of the program will perform OJT during normal work under the guidance and supervision of a foreman or approved equipment operator.

  • Course Number: 803059 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Fork Lift Operations & Safety 8 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: Enable workers to operate and maintain this equipment following safe operational procedures. Employees will demonstrate learned skills by completing fork lift operational assignments in specific time frames. Curriculum is designed to satisfy OSHA fork lift training requirements. Training is performed on requesting organizations equipment accompanied by skilled operator.

  • Course Number: 803060 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Bulldozer Operations & Safety 8 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: Enable workers to operate and maintain this equipment following safe operational procedures. Employees will demonstrate learned skills by completing bulldozer operational assignments in specific time frames. Training consists of two separate components, which are classroom training and a skill demonstration session. Employees will participate in a classroom training session covering basic information, rules, operational procedures, acceptable practices, prohibited practices, operational maintenance responsibilities, and safe operation guidelines. Students who successfully complete the classroom portion of the class are eligible to train on the requesting organizations equipment accompanied by skilled operator. Workers who complete both the class room and the skill performance sections of the program will perform OJT during normal work under the guidance and supervision of a foreman or approved equipment operator.

  • Course Number: 803061 Top | Section One | Section Two | Section Three
    Course Title: Lift Truck Operations & Safety 8 hour Introduction
    Description of Course: Enable workers to operate and maintain this equipment following safe operational procedures. Employees will demonstrate learned skills by completing lift truck operational assignments in specific time frames. Training consists of two separate components, which are classroom training and a skill demonstration session. Employees will participate in a classroom training session covering basic information, rules, operational procedures, acceptable practices, prohibited practices, operational maintenance responsibilities, and safe operation guidelines. Students who successfully complete the classroom portion of the class are eligible to train on the requesting organizations equipment accompanied by skilled operator. Workers who complete both the class room and the skill performance sections of the program will perform OJT during normal work under the guidance and supervision of a foreman or approved equipment operator.