Introduction to OSHA, OSH Act, General Duty Clause, General Safety and Health Provisions, Competent Person Record keeping basics Health Hazards in Construction Material Handling, Storage, Use and Disposal Fall Protection Excavations Hazard Communication Personal Protective and Lifesaving Equipment Signs, Signals and Barricades Sanitation Lockout/Tagout/Control of Hazardous Energies Stairways and Ladders Fire Protection and Prevention Tools – Hand…

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Bites, Stings, and Worse How to Treat How to Avoid Bites 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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What is hazardous noise and how to know if you are in a hazardous noise environment, and its affects on hearing? The structure of the ear and the mechanics of hearing. When a hearing conservation program must be in place Monitoring of noise and employee notification. The purpose and procedures of audio metric testing. The…

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 Safety Culture Policy and Procedures JHA and Safety Audits Accident Investigations Safety Committee Discipline Incentives Review—Annual and Periodic This class is designed to help your supervisor or manager to begin the process of developing or editing the safety program for their company with practical examples that will help to achieve a good working program for…

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Pre-task planning definition Accident / Injury causes Supervisor and employee responsibilities Benefits of pre-task planning Hazard recognition and mitigation Implementation of the pre-task plan Changing work conditions Secondary hazards Class Length: 2 hours Who need to attend: Suggested for all employees How Often: Annual or as needed This training is approved for Water Credit.

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How to put on the respirator How it should be positioned on the face  How to set strap tension How to position the respirator Negative and positive seal checks Wearing the respirator while being exposed to a testing agent **Before a respirator fit-test will be done, the employee must have a medical evaluation completed by…

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* Statistics and types of Violence * Risk Factors: Are you at risk in your profession? * Workplace Violence Prevention and Program Elements including Emergency Action Planning * Warning Signs and “Tips” for Prevention of Violence for Supervisors Class Length: 4 hours Who needs to attend: Suggested for supervisors/managers/foreman How Often: Annual or as needed

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* What is it? How does it affect employees, and employers? * Rights and Rules in New Mexico for employees and employers * Importance of Timely Reporting and Investigation * Experience Mod. Rates Class Length: 4 hours Who needs to attend: Suggested for supervisors/managers/foreman How Often: As Needed This training is NOT approved for Water Credit.

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* Recognizing danger signals * Motivating Employee Performance * Handling the difficult employee * Value of Documentation Class Length: 4 hours Who needs to attend: Suggested for supervisors/managers/foreman How Often: As Needed This training is NOT approved for Water Credit.

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* What is sexual harassment? * U.S. Equal Opportunity Commission * Court rulings and guidelines * What employers should do about preventing sexual harassment * What employees can do to prevent sexual harassment and how to report it Class Length: 4 hours Who needs to attend: Suggested for supervisors/managers/foreman How Often: Annual or as need…

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