• COVID-19 Signs and Symptoms • How is COVID-19 spread? • General Practices for All to Follow: • Hand-washing • Hand Sanitizers • Social Distancing • Face Coverings • PPE • Face Coverings vs. Respirators • Gloves • Back to Work • Doing Hazard Assessments • Cleaning & Disinfecting the Workplace • Health Screening Class…

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What is an attitude? What are the bases of attitude? What are positive, negative and neutral attitudes? Attitude, behavior and performance. Negative effects of a negative attitude. Positive effects of a positive attitude. How to develop a positive attitude. Some sayings that can help us with our attitude. Qualities of a good safety attitude. How…

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Basic on Entitlements for all US Citizens What constitutes discrimination, harassment and intimidation Negative impacts Who is protected / Employer requirements / EEOC How to fend off discrimination and harassment / Reporting How to defend oneself if accused Keys to being proactive Know and take advantage of your company’s policy Class Length: 2 hours Who…

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What constitutes discrimination, harassment and intimidation General Policy Tips Negative impacts of infractions on the company Who is protected / Employer requirements The Reasonable Person Standard and the court’s view of victim’s perception versus intent of offending employee Training your employees/Advertising your policy/ Dealing with inappropriate behaviors Company grievance procedures and employee reporting How employers…

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OSHA Focus Four Hazards: Fall Protection Electrical Struck By Caught In/Between Elective Topics: Tools – Hand & Power Scaffolds Excavation Stairways and Ladders Employees will have to have OSHA 10 hour  Construction card available for class. Class Length: 4 hours Who needs to attend: Anyone that has attended a full OSHA 10 hour Construction class.…

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What is Crystalline Silica Where can exposures occur What’s Respirable Dust? PEL & Action Levels Silica health effects Ways to reduce exposure Respirator protection Class Length: 2 hours Who needs to attend: Suggested for all employees How Often: Annual or as needed This training is NOT approved for Water Credit.

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• OSHA’s Ergonomics Regulations • Ergonomics Risk Factors • Four Major Anatomical Systems • Body Mechanics • Environmental Stressors in the Field • Exercise and Rest • First aid for early onset of CTD’s Class Length: 2 hours Who Should Attend: Suggested for Employees in the field environment How Often: Annual or as needed

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• Types of barricades and functions • Zones • Flagging and Forms of Traffic control • Flagger Requirements Class Length: 5-6 hours depending on class size Who Should Attend: Suggested for Employees with traffic control hazards How Often: Every 3 years This training is approved for Water Credit.

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Forms of Communication Self Defensive Against An Angry Customer Managing An Angry Customer Maintain or Regain Control Being Proactive Class Length: 4 hours Who needs to attend: Suggested for employees/supervisors/manager/foreman How Often: As Needed This training is NOT approved for Water Credit.

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Benefits for audit process Roles of management, managers, supervisors and employees Tools to develop implement and maintain workplace audits Audit Procedures:  General vs. Specific Identifying hazards How to develop your own checklist Recognizing and Correcting Unsafe Acts and Conditions Class Length: 4 hours Who needs to attend: Suggested for supervisors/manager/foreman How Often: As Needed This…

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