OSHA 30-Hour Construction Safety Course (30 Hours)
This course is designed for construction workers or supervisors who have some safety responsibility. OSHA recommends training courses as an orientation to occupational safety and health for workers. Students who complete the course receive a completion card from OSHA for the 30-hour Construction Outreach Course.
OSHA 10-Hour Construction Safety Course (10 Hours)
This course is designed for entry level construction workers and anyone involved in the construction industry with an emphasis on the most hazardous areas on a construction site. Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to locate the correct OSHA standards in 29CFR 1926, identify common causes of accidents and fatalities in hazardous areas of construction, and identify techniques for such hazards.
OSHA 30-Hour General Industry Outreach (30 Hours)
This course is designed for workers or supervisors who have some safety responsibility, and focuses on the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards in workplaces in general industry. The class also provides information on the workers’ rights, employer responsibilities, and how to file a complaint. Students who complete the course receive a completion card from OSHA for the 30-hour General Industry Outreach Course.
OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Outreach (10 Hours)
This course is designed for entry-level workers and employers on the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards in workplaces in general industry. The class also provides information on the workers’ rights, employer responsibilities, and how to file a complaint. Students who complete the course receive a completion card from OSHA for the 10-hour General Industry Outreach Course.
Confined Space Entry Procedures (8 Hours)
This seminar meets the requirements of the State of Alaska Department of Labor (8 AAC 61.01001.1401) Occupational Safety and Health AND ANSI standards (Z117.1-1989). It covers the basics of confined space work through lectures, video, and slides. Choose from a seminar for fixed locations that meets the requirements of OSHA 29CFR 1910.146 or for construction sites that meets the requirements of OSHA 29CFR 1926.1200 – 1213.
Fall Protection Awareness (4 Hours)
This 4-hour course provides information for workers or supervisors who infrequently work at heights. The class focuses on hands-on inspection of equipment, donning and doffing gear, anchor points, rescue systems, suspension trauma, and horizontal lifelines. The course includes an overview of Fall Protection Regulations 29 CFR 1926 and 29 CFR 1910 and current ANSI standards.
Fall Protection User (8 Hours)
This 8-hour class on fall protection is to ensure that employees understand the importance of using fall protection, when working at heights so they can identify the hazards and select fall protection equipment or procedures appropriate for the work. This class includes an overview of OSHA and State of Alaska fall protection regulations, and fall protection equipment including the limitations and proper wear and care of the equipment.
Fall Protection Competent Person (16 Hours)
This 16-hour Competent Person level class on fall protection is to ensure that supervisors can identify anchor points, conduct annual inspections, train workers on understanding the importance of using fall protection when working at heights. This class includes an overview of OSHA and State of Alaska fall protection regulations, and fall protection equipment including the limitations and proper wear and care of the equipment.
Mobile Elevated Work Platforms (4 Hours)
This 4-hour introduction to aerial lifts is open to anyone who needs to obtain basic knowledge in the categories of safely operating, inspecting, conducting pre-use function checks and associated fall protection equipment use. This class includes an overview of OSHA and State of Alaska regulations.
Powered Industrial Truck Forklift (4 Hours)
Regulations (29CFR 1910.178) call for employers to “implement a training program and ensure that only trained drivers who have successfully completed the training program are allowed to operate powered industrial trucks.” Under the revised rule, industrial truck operators must receive training both in the classroom and on the trucks. A “designated” person must review each truck operator’s performance at least once a year, with remedial training provided to those the designated person determines need additional training. This course is conducted at the company site and consists of two hours classroom training and two hours of hands-on training.
Scaffold Safety (4 Hours)
This 4-hour introduction to scaffolding safety is open to anyone who needs to obtain basic knowledge in the categories of frame scaffolding, tube and clamp, and systems scaffolding. This seminar includes an overview of OSHA and State of Alaska regulations.
Silica Awareness (4 Hours)
This 4-hour introduction to silica safety is open to anyone who needs to obtain basic knowledge on silica hazards, exposure control planning, awareness training, and required implementation. This seminar includes an overview of OSHA and State of Alaska regulations.
Lead Awareness (2 Hours)
This 2-hour course covers the history of lead, industrial uses of lead, where lead can be found in houses and industry, and the health effects of lead poisoning.
Excavation, Trenching, and Shoring (8 Hours)
This class focuses on OSHA standards and the safety aspects of excavation, trenching and shoring. It is an introduction to practical soil mechanics, and classification and its relationship to the stability of shored and unshored slopes and walls of excavations. Selection of personnel protective systems will be discussed. Various types of shoring are covered including wood and hydraulic. Course includes a hands-on and half-day field exercise.
Traffic Flagger Certification (6 Hours)
The flagger certification training is for anyone performing flagging operations in Alaska. The certification training reviews potential hazards associated with traffic control during road construction operations. Students will be briefed on state and federal regulatory requirements. They must have completed a Flagger program and be certified by a program that meets the training and certification standards of the American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA) in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration(FHWA). Flagger training and certification must be renewed at least every 4 years.
Wilderness First Aid (ASHI) (16 Hours)
This course is designed for individuals who desire or are required to be certified in wilderness first aid knowledge and skills. Certification in Adult CPR and AED is required as a prerequisite for this class. The class will provide students the knowledge, skills, and confidence to respond to an emergency in a remote or wilderness setting where medical services are hours or days away and there may be limited resources to care for patients.
American Heart Association First-Aid, CPR, and AED (8 Hours)
This course is designed for employees and/or designated first responders who have a duty to respond to a first aid or cardiac emergency because of job responsibilities or regulatory requirements. Students will receive a student workbook to bring home to reference after the class. There will also be a skills practice element of the class where students will practice first aid, CPR, and AED with a certified instructor. Each student will receive a Heartsaver First Aid, CPR, and AED course completion card.
Basic Life Support (BLS) for HealthCare Providers (4 Hours)
This course is designed to teach the skills of CPR for victims of all ages, use of an automated external defibrillator, and relief of choking.
- A student CD, included with the text, contains supplemental information for interested students on topics such as stroke, cardiac arrest, and special resuscitation situations.
- The course is video-based with instructor-led discussion and simulation. Students participate in, practice and complete various skills and learning stations.
- Ideal for learners who prefer group interaction and feedback from an instructor while learning skills.