Many States require this for all construction workers. This 10hr-training course used power point presentations, videos, and direct contact with experienced instructors to provide a basic overview of Construction Safety. Course topics include: Introduction to OSHA, Cranes, Fall Protection, Electrical, Personal Protective Equipment, Scaffolds, Materials Handling, Stairs/Ladders, Power Tools, and Excavations.
ABLE SAFETY CONSULTING is a leading provider of OSHA 30 Hour online training courses. Our easy-to-use program is designed to help you get your Department of Labor OSHA 30 Hour completion card as quickly and cost-effectively as possible.
EPA’s New Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule will impact a substantial number of firms and individuals, including many professional residential real estate managers and residential rental property owners, and create new regulatory requirements. Will you be ready to comply with the Rule? To prepare to implement the Rule’s requirements, third-party property managers, multifamily property owners, trade contractors, and others responsible for or working in target housing and child-occupied facilities should consider developing a plan that includes a compliance strategy, a training strategy, a certification strategy and a recordkeeping strategy. By doing so, your organization will be well equipped and ready to meet the new requirements.
If you require certification to get on to a job site, want to advance your career or want to keep you and your employees safe, we can help. ABLE SAFETY CONSULTING extensive range of online OSHA training will get you to where you want to be. We offer the OSHA 10-Hour and 30-Hour Outreach training courses for both Construction and General Industry. Our courses are OSHA accepted and meet OSHA training requirements. All courses are taken 100% online giving you the flexibility to take the course where and when you like. No matter what your reason is for taking an OSHA course, ABLE SAFETY CONSULTING have the online course for you.
4 Hour Supported Scaffold course complies with the training requirements of the New York City Department of Buildings Local Law 52 of 2005. The law requires a permit for any supported scaffold that is forty feet (40’) or more in height. However, anyone who uses a supported scaffold is required to have a supported scaffold user certificate. Enroll one or more of our very popular certificate programs above to help ensure your career as a successful safety professional.
Anyone who stands, dismantles, repairs, maintains or modifies any supported scaffold over 40 feet must complete a training program of thirty-two hours. ABLE SAFETY CONSULTING provides you with easy access to safety education solutions for 32 Hour Supported Scaffold and all Construction and General Industry workers.
NYC Rigging Rule 9 requires that workers on a suspended scaffold have a minimum of 16hrs of training. This training includes classroom training on local regulations, good rigging practices, how to read permits, and counterweight formulas. It also includes extensive hands on training using both miniature and full-size equipment. Hands on training includes such things as operation of a motor, motor safety features, knot tying, fall protection, self rescue, outrigger set up, using other rigging devices, tiebacks, proper use of ladders, safety equipment, and much much more. Workers will be issued photo identification on a plastic credit card type Training Certificate, which is good for 4 years. After 4 years an 8-hour refresher will be required.
NYC Rigging Rule 9 has always required that the Licensed Rigger or his Designated Rigging Foreman oversee all suspended scaffold operations. As of April 1, 2008 all new Rigging Foreman need a total of 32hrs of Training. They must have the minimum 16hrs of Suspended Scaffold Training, plus an additional 16hrs of training geared specifically for Rigging Foreman. This course involves classroom type dialog to review NYC requirements, how to compile and complete Rigging Log Books, read CD-5s, and verify worker training. There is also in depth hands on training that includes knot tying, using a voltage meter, sling angles, specialized rigging, and inspections. Like the suspended scaffold class workers will receive a plastic photo ID card with a specific DOB tracking number.
This program is designed to train Rescue companies in confined space operations. This training program is designed to fully comply with the U.S. Department of Labor, OSHA rule 29 CFR 1910.146. The unit gives this training by two methods: Training units in the unit’s quarters followed by a drill conducted at a location within the company’s response area; and bringing Rescue companies to the Fire Academy to train in the Confined Space Simulator under several different emergency rescue scenarios.
This course will provide an in-depth study of a complex urban grading plan to agency and non-agency inspectors. This 4-hour course is a must for construction work-zone employees. The class covers all DOT requirements for flagging. Topics include flagging procedures and proper use of required equipment, flagging skills (hands-on training), other classroom activities and a flagging skills test. All attendees receive a certificate of course completion.
Regulations have been issued under Section 608 of the Clean Air Act to minimize refrigerant emissions by maximizing the recovery and recycling of such substances during the service, repair, or disposal of refrigeration and air-conditioning equipment (i.e., appliances). To work on stationary air conditioners and refrigeration systems, you must be certified under Section 608 of the Clean Air Act. ABLE SAFETY CONSULTING makes it simple. As creators of the original and most popular EPA certification training programs and tests, ABLE SAFETY CONSULTING has certified thousands of people.
EPA has issued regulations under Section 609 of the Clean Air Act establishing standards and requirements regarding the servicing of motor vehicle air conditioners (MVAC). Any person, repairing or servicing motor vehicle air conditioners shall certify, to the EPA that such person has acquired, and is properly using, approved equipment, and that each individual authorized to use the equipment is properly trained and certified under Section 609 of the Clean Air Act. ABLE SAFETY CONSULTING provide a comprehensive list of training to meet your needs and prepare you to safely reach your goals.
This course is designed for hazardous waste operations and emergency response workers who must satisfy their annual 40-Hour Training requirements. Interactive and fully narrated, our 100% online training will show you how to comply with hazard management and hazardous waste regulations as required by OSHA and other federal safety agencies. Upon successful completion of this OSHA accepted course, you will receive your OSHA Training Program Certificate, #9031.
NFPA 70e Training is about learning how to reduce your personal risk of injury and how companies can protect their employees from accident, injury and death. NFPA 70e addresses electrical safety requirements for employee workplaces that are necessary for the practical safeguarding of safety requirements for employee workplaces that are necessary for the practical safeguarding of employees during activities such as the installation, operation, maintenance, and demolition of electric conductors, electric equipment, signaling and communications conductors and equipment, and raceways
This photovoltaic training program is a comprehensive self-paced guide to the design, installation, and evaluation of residential and commercial photovoltaic systems. After each chapter take a test on the interactive CD and receive instant feedback on your progress.it is a intensive course targeted toward contractors, journeymen, and practitioners who install grid-connected PV systems.