Safety Training

October 09 2017

SSLC provides several types of safety training classes that assist clients in developing both their employees & management. SSLC have done dozens of OSHA-30 Hours & OSHA 10-Hours that specifically address 29 CFR 1926 OSHA Standards for Construction. SSLC also provides 4-hour & 8-Hour training classes in fall protection, scaffolding & excavations.

On-site training programs tailored to meet specific needs to increase the competency of project personnel. Our training programs stress motivation and safety awareness, not just OSHA compliance. The training we provide can be targeted at any level of field labor or management and make extensive use of visual aids and practical demonstrations. Our Training classes can be accomplished in a classroom setting or “hands on” directly at your work sites. SSLC can also perform site-specific re-training for subcontractors as part of corrective actions of deficient work practices are observed.

This 10 Hour construction safety course was developed by the US Department of Labor to provide construction workers, supervisors, and other personnel responsible for construction activities with an awareness of construction safety and health concerns in the construction industry.

The 30 Hour outreach program was developed by OSHA in an effort to reach at-risk workers and educate them as to the hazards on their jobs. Construction professionals at every level will benefit from this comprehensive introductory course as they apply OSHA policies, standards, and procedures to construction safety and health.

Basic hazard awareness relating to work in confined spaces is a requirement for employees performing work in hazardous areas.

Attendees will learn OSHA requirements for confined space entry, hazard identification, atmospheric testing considerations, basic ventilation principles, and use of entry permits.

Learn how to develop an electrical safety program that meets OSHA regulations in the one-day seminar. Using concepts and requirements found in OSHA, NEC and NFPA 70E, Electrical Safety in the Workplace, you will be able to perform a site assessment, identify factors that make a task hazardous, and provide protective schemes to address hazards.

Attendees will learn the OSHA Competent Person requirements for fall protection, fall hazard identification, how to select the proper protective system, and importance of pre-planning for fall protection.

The Fall Protection Hazard Awareness course is designed for the at-risk worker. This class will provide a basic understanding of the OSHA Standards for fall protection and the methods available to control fall hazards.

This course was designed to provide construction personnel with an understanding of OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard. Attendees will learn how to read an MSDS and labeling systems, select personal protective equipment and understand various chemical and physical hazards

This course is designed for construction trades, supervisors, and management who work with or around lead. Attendees will learn about the history, sources, hazards, and health effects of lead.

This course will address the situations that kill hundreds and seriously injure thousands every year due to a crane being either the primary or secondary cause of an accident.

Attendees will learn about the equipment and activities involved in power line contacts, OSHA requirements, protective measures and equipment, emergency procedures, and other topics

This course is designed to provide attendees with all the elements of a sound respiratory protection program. Attendees will learn about the anatomy and physiology of the respiratory system, types of respirators, fitting, inspection, cleaning and storage.

Attendees will learn the necessary information in order to protect themselves when working around crystalline silica. These programs have been developed to give further awareness about OSHA’s Special Emphasis Program for Silicosis

This course is structured to identify the hazards associated with supported scaffolds. Users will be informed of OSHA and ANSI standards and how to identify hazards during inspections.

This course is structured to identify the hazards associated with supported scaffolds. Users will be informed about OSHA and ANSI standards and how to identify hazards during inspection

This course is structured to identify the hazards associated with welding and cutting in the construction industry

This course will focus on a review of the standards from the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control devices (MUTCD); emphasis is placed on contractor requirements regarding at-risk worker training and flagger responsibilities.