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Business and Professional Development
SAFETY
10
Hour OSHA Construction Course
Participants will learn the major provisions of the Occupation-
al Safety and Health in the construction industry. Primary top-
ics include: the inspection and citation process, working and
walking surfaces including ladders and scaffolds, hazardous
materials, fall protection, electrical safety, material handling
and more. Additional topics can be customized to meet the
participant’s needs. OSHA’s 10 hour construction card will be
earned upon completion of this class.
CRN:60871
(2
sessions)
Wed., 1/9
8
AM-4PM
Thurs., 1/10
8
AM-12PM
SVCC-Room 2K02 Jeff Clark
$200
10
Hour General Industry
Participants will learn the major provisions of the Occupation-
al Safety and Health Act. Primary topics include: introduction
to OSHA, the inspection and citation process, working and
walking surfaces, emergency plans and exit routes, material
safety data sheets and labeling, electrical safety, machine
guarding and recordkeeping. This course can be customized
to meet the participant’s needs. OSHA’s 10 Hour General
Industry card will be earned upon completion of this class.
CRN: 60874
(2
sessions) Wed., 3/20
8
AM-4PM
Thur. 3/21
8
AM-12PM
SVCC-Room TBA
Jeff Clark
$200
Electrical Safety-Related
Work Practices
This course is directed to qualified and unqualified persons
working on or near electrical energized equipment and risk
the possibility of electrical shock. This training will include
the topics of ; understanding the OSHA Subpart S Electrical
standard and NFPA’s 70E Arch Flash requirements including
required personal protective equipment, developing energy
control procedures (Lock Out 29 CRF 1910.147) and the re-
quired annual inspections.
CRN:60873
(1
session) Wed., 1/16
1
PM-4PM
SVCC-Room 1C03 Jeff Clark
$110
Forklift Operation and
Train-the-Trainer Class
This “train the trainer” class will cover the classroom require-
ments of the new Powered Industrial Truck Standard. Partici-
pants will have an understanding on developing a forklift
training program. OSHA defines a powered industrial truck
as a “mobile, power propelled truck used to carry, push,
lift, stack, or tier materials.” Additional information such as
company forklift policy, handouts and other information will
be included.
CRN:60872
(1
session) Wed., 1/16
8
AM-11AM
SVCC-Room 2K02
Jeff Clark
$110