PMATT & Northwest Safety Training Courses

Introduction to OSHA

This course gives a basic overview of OSHA, the OSH Act, and OSHAs responsibility in preventing and eliminating work related illnesses and injuries. It gives workers an overview of their rights and protections under OSHA regulations. The course will meet the requirements of the OSH Act No. 1 of 2004 as amended.

 

Who Should Take This Course?
This course is designed for those who are directly or indirectly involved with OSHA or the OSH Act and want to have a better understanding of their rights and protections under OSHA regulations.

Topics Covered Include

  • Compliance and Enforcement
  • Workplace Inspection Procedures
  • Training
  • Employee and Employer Rights & Responsibilities
  • Penalties

$85.00 USD

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24 Hour Hazwopper Online Course

24 Hour Hazwoper Course has been designed for workers who have limited exposure to hazardous substances but still participate in clean-up operations or operations involving hazardous wastes at facilities, and controlled emergency response operations.  The course is ideal for students who fall into this category and do not need the full 40 Hour HAZWOPER course which you can find here.

This Hazwoper 24 Hour Course has one underlying goal: educate employees and employers on the skills of safety and health in the workplace.  To reach the goal of safe working practices on site, Our International Partner has developed a comprehensive course that includes hazard identification, prevention, and remediation.  This course is made up of 6 main units covering a variety topics.

All of the modules in this Hazwoper Course are developed from the OSHA regulations of the hazardous waste standard 29 CFR 1910.120. At the completion of the course, the student will have many of the fundamental skills and tools necessary for hazardous and toxic waste handling and disposal.  These skills will help keep you safe in many hazardous workplace situations.

 

Who Should Take This 24-Hour HAZWOPER Course?

Any employees who are exposed or potentially exposed to hazardous substances, including hazardous waste.  This includes employees involved in clean-up and emergency response operations.

Topics Covered Include

  • Regulation Overview
  • Radiological Hazards
  • Site Control
  • Toxicology & Air Monitoring
  • Confined Space Entry
  • Respiratory Protection
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Decontamination

$335.00 USD

Personal Protective Equipment Safety

Hazards exist in every workplace in many different forms: sharp edges, falling objects, flying sparks, chemicals, noise and a myriad of other potentially dangerous situations. The

Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires that employers protect their employees from workplace hazards that can cause injury.

Using the proper personal protective equipment (PPE), will help to ensure that employees remain safe when working around the many hazards a workplace can have.  It is critical that workers have a working knowledge of the various types of personal protective equipment and how to use each type properly.  To reduce the possibility of failure, PPE must also be maintained and stored properly.

This interactive Personal Protective Equipment Safety Course will train on all of these aspects of using PPE safely in the workplace, per OSHAs 29 CFR 1910.132 Subpart I standard.

This Hazwoper 24 Hour Course has one underlying goal: educate employees and employers on the skills of safety and health in the workplace.  To reach the goal of safe working practices on site, Our International Partner has developed a comprehensive course that includes hazard identification, prevention, and remediation.  This course is made up of 6 main units covering a variety topics.

All of the modules in this Hazwoper Course are developed from the OSHA regulations of the hazardous waste standard 29 CFR 1910.120. At the completion of the course, the student will have many of the fundamental skills and tools necessary for hazardous and toxic waste handling and disposal.  These skills will help keep you safe in many hazardous workplace situations.

 

Who Should Take This Course?

Any worker who may need to wear hard hats, goggles, face shields, ear plugs, respirators, gloves, or any other type of equipment designed to protect the worker.  Examples include a doctor, construction worker, lab technician, engineer, firefighter, electrician, workers in the pest management field and welder.

This course is approximately 1-2 hours in length, but is self-paced, so you can take it as your schedule allows.

Topics Covered Include

  • Head Protection
  • Eye & Face Protection
  • Respiratory & Chemical Protection
  • Selection & Proper Use
  • Maintenance & Storage
  • Chemical & Electrical Protection
  • Hand & Body Protection
  • Foot & Crushing Protection

$115.00 USD

NIOSH Guide to Chemical Hazards

NIOSH Guide to Chemical Hazards Course covers a myriad of characteristics, responsibilities, and definitions pertaining to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.  The course covers information located in the NIOSH Manual of Analytic Methods, International Chemical Safety Cards, the Registry of Toxic Effects of Chemical Substances, and in the NIOSH Pocket Guide.  Chemical and Physical Properties are also covered.

Using the proper personal protective equipment (PPE), will help to ensure that employees remain safe when working around the many hazards a workplace can have.  It is critical that workers have a working knowledge of the various types of personal protective equipment and how to use each type properly.  To reduce the possibility of failure, PPE must also be maintained and stored properly.

This interactive Personal Protective Equipment Safety Course will train on all of these aspects of using PPE safely in the workplace, per OSHAs 29 CFR 1910.132 Subpart I standard.

This Hazwoper 24 Hour Course has one underlying goal: educate employees and employers on the skills of safety and health in the workplace.  To reach the goal of safe working practices on site, Our International Partner has developed a comprehensive course that includes hazard identification, prevention, and remediation.  This course is made up of 6 main units covering a variety topics.

All of the modules in this Hazwoper Course are developed from the OSHA regulations of the hazardous waste standard 29 CFR 1910.120. At the completion of the course, the student will have many of the fundamental skills and tools necessary for hazardous and toxic waste handling and disposal.  These skills will help keep you safe in many hazardous workplace situations.

 

Who Should Take This Course?

Anybody that is exposed to or will potentially be exposed to chemicals in the workplace, as well as anybody wanting to learn more about chemical properties and how NIOSH classifies various chemicals.

Topics Covered Include

  • Industrial Hygiene Information
  • Recommended & Permissible Exposure Limits
  • Definitions
  • Chemical & Physical Properties
  • Symptoms
  • IDLH Situations
  • Personal Protection
  • Emergency Response Guide

$115.00 USD

GHS Training

OSHA revised their Hazard Communication regulation, 29 CFR 1910.1200 to align with the United Nations Globally Harmonized System.  This GHS Hazard Communication Training is designed to provide instruction and certification for employees on this updated standard, and to ensure compliance with OSHA and the Globally Harmonized System.

The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals, or GHS, is a worldwide system from the United Nations which classifies chemicals, labels, and safety data sheets for hazardous substances.  The elements in the GHS supply a mechanism to meet the basic requirements of any hazard communication system, which is to decide if the chemical product produced and/or supplied, is hazardous, and to prepare a label or safety data sheet as appropriate.

Chemicals pose a wide range of health as well as physical hazards.  It is imperative that anybody exposed to chemicals in the workplace be professionally trained on how to identify chemicals, understand the threats a hazardous chemical pose, and be able to safely remediate a hazardous chemical situation.  This GHS Hazard Communication Course is designed to ensure that the hazards of all chemicals produced or imported are evaluated, and that the information concerning these hazards is clearly understood by the worker.

Using the proper personal protective equipment (PPE), will help to ensure that employees remain safe when working around the many hazards a workplace can have.  It is critical that workers have a working knowledge of the various types of personal protective equipment and how to use each type properly.  To reduce the possibility of failure, PPE must also be maintained and stored properly.

This interactive Personal Protective Equipment Safety Course will train on all of these aspects of using PPE safely in the workplace, per OSHAs 29 CFR 1910.132 Subpart I standard.

This Hazwoper 24 Hour Course has one underlying goal: educate employees and employers on the skills of safety and health in the workplace.  To reach the goal of safe working practices on site, Our International Partner has developed a comprehensive course that includes hazard identification, prevention, and remediation.  This course is made up of 6 main units covering a variety topics.

All of the modules in this Hazwoper Course are developed from the OSHA regulations of the hazardous waste standard 29 CFR 1910.120. At the completion of the course, the student will have many of the fundamental skills and tools necessary for hazardous and toxic waste handling and disposal.  These skills will help keep you safe in many hazardous workplace situations.

 

Who Should Take This Course?

This course is designed for any worker needing to adhere to the updated GHS standard for Hazard Communication and anybody who may need to identify, handle, or be exposed to a variety of different chemical types.  Worker examples include transportation specialists, first responders, firefighters, construction workers, safety officers, laboratory technicians, environmental engineers, wastewater treatment operators, workers in the pest management field and chemical handlers of any kind.

Topics Covered Include

  • Hazard Evaluation/Identification
  • Definitions of Important Terms
  • Safety Data Sheets
  • Written Hazardous Communication Program
  • Implementation Dates
  • Container Labeling with All Updated Labeling Information
  • Controlling Health & Physical Hazards
  • Protective Equipment Selection
  • Employee Training

$85.00 USD

Materials Handling Course

Material Handling Course teaches users how to handle drums and containers, including toxics, avoiding accidents by examining unsafe and unhealthful conditions, recognizing potential hazards associated with the task at hand, and avoiding personal injury from manually and mechanically moving material.  Hazards, storage, definitions, and requirements are also covered.

 

Who Should Take This Course?

This course is a good fit for anybody that will handle drums and containers, work on or near cranes or does any form of earth moving, transports or moves materials, specifically hazardous materials, loading dock and shipyard workers, workers in the pest management field and many more.

 

Topics Covered Include

  • Hazards
  • Hazard Controls
  • Requirements
  • Definitions
  • Cranes
  • Hoists & Auxiliary Equipment
  • Storage
  • Excavation Equipment

$115.00 USD

Confined Spaces Training

Do you work in or around confined spaces? If so, our brand-new Confined Space Entry Training course is what you need. This safety course will show you how to work in a confined space environment and identify hazards to maximize safety for you and those around you, as well as certify you under the OSHA Confined Spaces standard 29 CFR 1910.146.

From OSHA: Many workplaces contain confined spaces because their configurations hinder the activities of employees who must enter, work in, and exit them. These confined spaces have limited or restricted means for entry or exit, may contain hazards and are not designed for continuous employee occupancy. Confined spaces include, but are not limited to underground vaults, tanks, storage bins, manholes, pits, silos, process vessels, and pipelines.

What is OSHA Confined Space Entry Training?

Confined Space Entry Training is defined under the OSHA Confined Space standard 29 CFR 1910.146. The term “permit-required confined space” (permit space) is used to describe confined spaces that have one or more of the following characteristics or hazards:

  • Contains or has the potential to contain a hazardous atmosphere
  • Contains a material that has the potential to engulf an entrant
  • Has walls that converge inward or floors that slope downward and taper into a smaller area which could trap or asphyxiate an entrant

Contains any other recognized safety or health hazards, such as unguarded machinery, exposed live wires, or heat stress.

 

Who Should Take This Course?

Any worker who may potentially need to work in a confined space as described above, will need to have some form of confined space training, depending on the level of work needed.  This entry course is approximately 2 hours in length.

Examples of workers who may need confined space entry safety training include firefighters, construction workers, maintenance technicians, building engineers, lab technicians, welders, pipeline workers, HVAC technicians, emergency response personnel, those working general industry safety roles and more. Additional resources include: Permit-Required Confined Space vs Non Permit-Required

Topics Covered

  • How to Enter, Identify & Exit Confined Spaces
  • Proper Equipment Use
  • Hazard Safety Training
  • Permit-Required Confined Space Training
  • Confined Spaces Personnel Responsibilities
  • Safe Work Procedures
  • OSHA Requirements
  • Rescue and Emergency Services

$85.00 USD

OSHA Fall Protection Training

Did you know that falls are the leading cause of construction accidents with over 500 fall related deaths occurring every year? Fall protection training is an important part of a worker’s overall safety training.  Identifying fall hazards and deciding how best to protect workers is the first step in reducing or eliminating fall hazards. Occupational fatalities caused by falls remain a serious public health problem.  Any time a worker is at a height of four feet or more, or is working over dangerous equipment or machinery, the worker is at risk and needs to be protected.  The proper fall protection training will go a long way in achieving this.

This important safety course will show you a variety of methods to safeguard you from falling at height, including how to properly use fall protection equipment, as well as provide guidance on how safety managers can ensure a safe workplace for their workers, certifying you under OSHAs Fall Protection standard 29 CFR 1926 Subpart M.

There are 4 classes of fall protection training including awareness, authorized-user, competent person and qualified person training. In addition to this awareness level training, we also offer a Competent Person Fall Protection Course.

 

Online Fall Protection Course Details

This fully narrated course is broken up into 7 separate units, with a knowledge check quiz at the end of each unit.  The quizzes will prepare you for the final, which you will take at the end of the course.

After passing the final with a score of 70% or better, you will be able to print a personalized certificate with your name, the course you passed, the date taken, certificate number, as well as our company information should anyone need to verify the authenticity of the certificate.

This course is 1-2 hours in length and is packed with photos, interactivity, video, useful website links for related content, and a wealth of valuable information.

Topics Covered

  • Definitions
  • Engineering Controls
  • Recommended Work Practices
  • Workplace, Record Keeping, and Reporting Requirements
  • Personnel and Medical Responsibilities
  • Information and Training Requirements
  • Personal Protective Equipment

$85.00 USD

Scaffold Safety Course

Falling from height is the most common reason for accidents and death in the construction industry.  Knowing how to work safely on scaffolds is a big part of protecting yourself from injury or death.  In a Bureau of Labor Statistics study, 72% of workers injured in scaffold accidents attributed the accident either to the planking or support giving way, or to the employee slipping or being struck by a falling object.  All of these can be controlled by compliance with the OSHA standard for scaffolding 29 CFR 1926.451, outlined in this course.  If you work, or are going to be working, in or around scaffolds and at height, then this scaffold course will provide you with a very nice introduction on how you can do this type of work safely.

E-Training’s Scaffold Safety Course will teach you appropriate scaffold construction methods which include: erecting, moving or altering scaffolds properly, and protecting from falling objects or tools.  The course includes information ensuring stable access on scaffolds and the hazards involved with scaffolds.  Inspection and fall protection are also discussed.

Looking for a more in-depth course on scaffold safety?  We also offer a Scaffolding Safety for the Competent Person course.

 

Who Should Take This Course?

This course is designed as an introductory, awareness level course, for any worker who will be working in or around scaffolding.  In most cases this will pertain to the construction or maintenance of buildings, but can also include any type of work being done at height, where the worker will need an elevated, flat surface.

This course will take 1-2 hours to complete and provides a certificate of completion immediately available for download.

Topics Covered Include

  • Guardrails
  • Personal Fall Arrest Systems (PFAS)
  • Overhead Power Lines
  • Scaffold Construction
  • Platform Construction
  • Proper Access
  • Suspension Scaffolds
  • Moving Scaffolds

$85.00 USD

Introduction to Stairways & Ladders

This Introduction to Stairways & Ladders course will familiarize the learner with various types of ladders, ladder components, and stairways.  The learner will be able to understand the need for ladder and stairway safety, and be able to recognize ladder and stairway hazards, as well as the role of the competent person.

If not worked on with caution, stairways and ladders can be a dangerous source of accidents on a construction site.  This course will show you how to work on them safely.

 

Who Should Take This Course?

Anybody who works at height or uses stairways or ladders at work.

Topics Covered Include

  • Hazards
  • Length & Weight Restrictions
  • Ladder Labeling
  • Definitions
  • Ladder & Stairway Rules
  • Handrail Strength
  • Setup & Maintenance
  • Competent Person Duties

$95.00 USD

Recordkeeping and Reporting

This course will provide you with detailed information on how to properly maintain a recordkeeping policy in your workplace per OSHAs Part 1904 standard.  You will learn the correct instances in which to record a workplace event or injury and how to record these events properly.  If any kind of injury or illness occurs in the workplace, proper documentation is vital.  This Recordkeeping and Reporting course will show you how to do this right!

 

Who Should Take This Course?

This course will be useful for those with a supervisory or administrative role within a company whose responsibilities include the proper reporting of accidents, injuries and illnesses to OSHA or for the companies record keeping purposes.

Topics Covered Include

  • Purpose
  • Recording Criteria / Forms
  • Transition
  • Scope
  • Reporting
  • Definitions

$85.00 USD

Adult, Child and Baby First Aid/CPR/AED Online

This course will prepare you to recognize and care for a variety of emergencies. If you’re taking this course to meet OSHA requirements, please check with your workplace to determine if this online-only course is acceptable. The course features award-winning simulation learning an interactive experience where you will respond to real-world emergencies in a virtual setting to help prepare you to recognize and respond to first aid, breathing and cardiac emergencies involving adults, children and infants. This course requires a PC or tablet with a high speed Internet connection. This course is not supported on smartphones. This course does not work with Internet Explorer. Allow approximately 2 hours 45 minutes to complete the course.

 

Who Should Take This Course?

This course is designed for those who may be required to respond to first aid, breathing and cardiac emergencies involving adults, children and infants directly or indirectly.

Topics Covered Include

  • Asthma emergencies
  • Anaphylaxis
  • Burns
  • Choking
  • Diabetic emergencies
  • External bleeding
  • Environmental emergencies
  • Heart Attack
  • Poisoning
  • Neck, head and spinal injuries
  • Stroke
  • Seizure

$95.00 USD

Developing a Health and Safety Plan

This course has been designed to aid the safety officer with developing their company’s Health and Safety plan. This step-by-step approach proves useful for employees who have little or no experience with workplace regulatory safety requirements. As you will learn, there are some key areas that must be addressed when developing a successful plan.

The main purpose of this course, which has been built and developed to adhere to the OSHA standard 1910.120, is to help you develop a working Health and Safety Plan, sometimes called a Safety Manual. We will explain the differences between a company health and safety plan and a site specific project health and safety plan.

Our discussion will include the importance of adding environmental protection segments to address spill prevention and clean-up methods. After completing this course the employee assigned new responsibilities, related to workplace safety, will have a better understanding of OSHA regulations and how their company can comply.

 

Course Details

This fully narrated course is packed with photos, interactivity, video, and a wealth of valuable information, with a final exam at the end.  It is approximately 90 minutes in length. After passing the final with a score of 70% or better, you will be able to print a personalized certificate with your name, the course you passed, the date taken, certificate number, as well as our company information should anyone need to verify the authenticity of the certificate.

Topics Covered Include

  • Health & Safety Plan Definitions
  • Writing a HASP
  • The HASP Table of Contents
  • Developing a Job Hazard Analysis
  • Important Policies
  • A Site Specific HASP
  • Resources for Developing a HASP
  • Managing HASP Implementation

$95.00 USD