SAFETRAN Site Safety Support Services
SAFETRAN Site Safety Support Services
About the Instructor:
Mr. O’Connell is a board certified safety professional (CSP, CHMM, CIT) and credentialed instructor per FEMA and Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP). Daniel provides regulatory consultation, training and equipment operator certification to construction, logistics and industrial worksites throughout North America. As an experienced heavy equipment operator trainer, O’Connell and team provide proactive training based on accident prevention of workers, equipment operators, and trainers.
Forklift, Powered Industrial Trucks (Top Handler/ Side Pick), Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWP), Bridge Crane, Rubber Tire Gantry Crane (RTG), and Mobile-Truck Cranes.
All course registration (tuition fees) payable in advance to ensure a training date. Once tuition is paid, SAFETRAN will issue a confirmation via email. Equipment training classes require employers to be responsible for providing safe and suitable equipment during training. SAFETRAN conducts site and equipment specific safety training to equipment operators per OSHA regulation.
All cancelled or postponed registrations after payment to be credited to client for a future class. Reservations for training are based upon availability and open calendar space. SAFETRAN provides a credit memo in lieu of refund.
TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION COURSES
Powered Industrial Truck Instruction
(All Terrain-Forklift) Aerial Lift Operator
Duration: 4-8 Hours *
This course provides the professional operator with a clear understanding of the unique characteristics and challenges to operating a class 7 construction (all terrain) type forklift and/or aerial work platform (AWP). Requirements for safe operation include calculating the load chart, boom angle, and machine level indicators prior to lifting a load. Some lifts incorporate all wheel drive with telescoping booms capable of cargo placement at high elevations. This course is taught by a certified instructor with specialized experience using these types of construction lifts and elevated work platforms. Our in-class training consists of written, verbal, digital, and multimedia teaching methods. All practical training is conducted onsite by certified instructors utilizing decades of professional operator training experience. All classes are designed to increase safety, motivation, and productivity. SAFETRAN Training enables operators to protect personnel, property, and equipment.
Note: Maritime / Longshoring PIT Training is a separate and exclusive course, specific to Top Handler and Side Pick type powered industrial trucks (PIT).
* Contingent on operator’s (actual) experience and ability
Chainsaw Operator Safety Training
Duration: 4 Hours
A brief injury prevention course for chainsaw operators, emphasis on common occupational hazards for industrial chainsaw use, review of terminology, PPE, first aid, safe refueling, fire prevention, and safe practices checklist for chainsaw operator safety.
Confined Space Awareness (Level I)
Duration: 4-8 Hours
This course is the entry level awareness training specifically designed for persons required to work in or around confined space. Emphasis during this training is hazard recognition, pre-entry control, using an atmospheric detector, and special personal fall protection devises such as full body harness, tripod & winch, secondary backup line, basic respiratory protection and how to recognize symptoms of exposure to toxic or flammable materials. All trainees will enter an actual confined space during the morning session, learning how all the tools and equipment is used on the job. Afternoon session will take you into the classroom to get an inside look at what makes a confined space dangerous. Blended training sessions are part of all SAFETRAN instruction events.
Confined Space Attendant / Supervisor (Level II)
Duration: 8 Hours
Prerequisite: Completion of Confined Space Entrant (Level 1)
This course is specially designed for persons required to fulfill the roles of confined space attendant or supervisor. The focus is on Cal-OSHA standards identified in Title 8 §5156-5158. Each Attendant and Supervisor course has a didactic and hands-on portion covering the functional responsibilities of the attendant (hole-watch) and supervisor. Special emphasis on confined space entry permits, pre-entry hazard analysis (JHA), equipment cache inventory, inspection of equipment prior to initiation of entry, hot work permits, and other pertinent documents and forms used for confined space entry.
Duration: 40 Hours
Prerequisite: Completion of Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Certification, and Confined Space Levels I & II Instruction mandatory.
This 40-hour comprehensive confined space rescue tech course provides instruction and hands-on training for the company or agency rescue responder. Emphasis on developing competencies for confined space rescue and emergencies related to heavy industry, semiconductor, public agency, water service, and construction operations. Class will include the evaluation of hazardous atmospheres and physical hazards found in manufacturing, utility district, construction, and heavy industrial environments. Practical evolutions will enable the competent rescuer to determine adequate levels of personal protective equipment (PPE), the correct selection and type of ventilation, air sampling, mechanical retrieval, and/or rope rescue systems to employ. Training identifies techniques for hazard identification and control via realistic rescue scenarios to develop a working understanding of stated responsibilities established by NFPA-OSHA, to safely conduct confined space rescue operations. Fire service teams, tactical, police or military rescue squads with prior working experience (Life Rescue) and basic confined space training (required).
Excavation-Trenching Competent Person
Duration: 4-8 Hours
This course is designed to comply with Cal/OSHA CSO section 1541 for excavation and trenching operations. Training topics include, overview of the OSHA regulations, notification and utility marking, hazard recognition, competent person responsibilities, inspection requirements, atmospheric monitoring, safe access, cave in prevention, soil analysis, surcharge loads, review of OSHA trenching tables, surface encumbrances, and subsurface facilities, basic air monitoring skills and more.
This course is designed to be in compliance with ANSI Z359 standards, and is intended for those workers required to work at height or in elevated locations. This blended (regulations / practical) training offers new insights into fall protection and the basis of the new ANSI Standard. Full Body Harness and a Fall Protection equipment overview (demonstration) provided by a knowledgeable instructor with decades of fall protection experience in technical rescue, construction and general industry.
Forklift Operator Certification
Duration: 4-8 Hours
This course is designed to meet the new site and equipment specific training per Federal and State-OSHA requirements. Therefore, these classes must be held at your work site to meet the “Site Specific Training” requirement. All forklift training courses include training certification documentation and operator’s photo wallet cards. In-class training consists of bilingual written, verbal, and multimedia teaching methods. All practical training is conducted onsite by certified instructors utilizing many years of professional forklift operator training experience. All classes are designed to increase safety, motivation, and productivity to protect personnel, property, and equipment.
Duration: 8 Hour (annual refresher)
Prerequisite: OSHA mandates a 40-hr. training be provided to employees prior to attending an 8-hour refresher
Hazwoper training is designed to provide workers up to date information for clean-up operations or hazardous substance removal work required by a governmental body, including federal, state, local or municipal agency and contractors involved in hazardous substance removal or abatement. Normally these types of operations include work on a Superfund Site that are conducted as uncontrolled hazardous waste sites. The Environmental Protection Agency’s National Priority Site List (NPL), indicate priority sites, or other sites recommended for cleanup by EPA. Training includes special emphasis on hazard recognition, routes of exposure, types and classifications of hazardous materials, personal protective measures, fire prevention, medical surveillance, decontamination of personnel, equipment, tools and property. Contingency plans and emergency response measures will be surveyed during the refresher training. Actual hands-on evolutions are part of every SAFETRAN Hazwoper training event. SAFETRAN does not provide Hazwoper 40 hr. training.
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