American Shoring Training
Our goal at American Shoring, Inc. is not only to be the best Trench Shoring Sales/Rental Company in the Industry, but to share our knowledge of the industry through safety awareness training. This training is designed for all persons associated with excavation safety and confined spaces. We are offering Competent Person, Confined Space and OSHA 10 classes. At American Shoring, Inc., we regard employee and customer safety as priority. An effective safety program is the key to safety awareness which promotes not only safe practices but develops a progressive and productive organization, as well as avoidance of major OSHA fines. Thank you in advance for considering not only the safety of your employees, but also for the gift of them returning home to their families safely.
For More Information Contact:
Allison Hull at 845-562-4477 or email@example.com
American Shoring, Inc.
207 Lake Street (Route 32)
Newburgh, NY 12550
SECRETARY OF LABOR
Hilda Solis announced several major new OSHA enforcement initiatives during her April 14 keynote address at the National Action Summit for Latino Worker Health and Safety. OSHA currently requires that training provisions under its standards be provided in a language or form that workers can understand, and that its compliance officers check and verify that workers have received the training required by the standards. Effective April 28, OSHA will require its compliance officers to check and verify not only that the training has been provided, but that it is in a format workers can understand. Secretary Solis also announced a new pilot program where OSHA will work with local building inspectors to assure worker safety and health protection. Inspectors participating in this pilot program will be required to notify OSHA when they observe unsafe work conditions leading to the four major causes of workplace fatalities: falls, electrocution, being crushed or caught between, and being struck by.
Competent Person Training
- Authorized instructors
- Latest training facilities in compliance with OSHA regulations for the Competent Person or Confined Space seminars
- Full-day program
- Registration fee includes student manual, continental breakfast and lunch
- Program also offered at your facility
- Certificate and Completion Card upon satisfactory completion of program
- CEC .7 approved credits for this course
The OSHA excavation safety regulations, "Construction Standards for Excavations," have enormous impact on the construction industry. These regulations require a "competent person" at the excavation site who is capable of identifying existing and predictable hazards and who has the authority to take prompt corrective measures to eliminate the hazards. This seminar will help you: comply with the OSHA’S "Construction Standards for Excavations;" determine the role/responsibility of the competent person; understand OSHA’s fine/penalty structure; and develop a comprehensive excavation safety plan.
Confined Space Training
The Confined Space Training program is intended to provide managers, foremen, competent person, and workers with basic information regarding entry into confined spaces. Its purpose is intended to create an awareness of the hazards associated with confined space entry, to help workers understand the procedures that must be followed when entering confined spaces and to provide managers with basic information necessary to establish a confined space entry program. No attempt has been made to treat the topic exhaustively.
OSHA 10 Class
Intro to OSHA
OSHA focus 4 hazards
- Fall protection
- Struck by
- Caught in/between
Personal Protective / Lifesaving Equipment
Health Hazards in Construction
Excavations, Sub Part P
Stairways and Ladders, Subpart X
OSHA 30 Hour ConstructionClass
This course is a comprehensive safety program designed specifically for safety directors, foreman, and field supervisors. The program provides complete information on OSHA compliance issues. Participants who successfully complete he course will receive a course completion card from OSHA.
*OSHA recommends that all foreman and supervisors be OSHA 30 Hour certified by 2010