TRAINING CATALOGChabot - Las Positas Community College DistrictOffice of Economic Development and Contract EducationCalifornia Nevada Arizona Hawaii Guamosha4you.com 866.936.OSHA (6742)
Table of ContentsGeneral Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1Course Delivery Options. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2On-Site Training. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3Locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4Professional Certificate Programs. . . . . . . . . . . . 6OSHA Outreach Training Program . . . . . . . . . . 11Prerequisites, Registration, and Fees . . . . . . . 12Cancellation, Attendance, and Grades . . . . . . 13Course Descriptions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15CLPCCD Year to Career . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30Office of Economic Developmentand Contract Education. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31Course Index. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32The OSHA Training Institute Education Center(OTIEC) at Chabot-Las Positas Community CollegeDistrict is authorized by the U.S. Departmentof Labor to deliver occupational safety andhealth training on behalf of OSHA, and has beenconducting OSHA courses since 2008. We areheadquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area anddeliver OSHA’s safety courses throughout California,Arizona, Hawaii, Nevada, Guam and at your facility.Our instructors are industry safety professionalswho bring the latest information, experience andtechniques to our state-of-the-art classrooms andincorporate real world experiences into classroominstruction and hands-on learning exercises.Financial AidFinancial assistance may be available for thosewho qualify. Please note that there are differentrequirements and available resources. Start bycontacting your local resource groups below foradditional information:Employment Development Departmenthttp://www.edd.ca.gov/California Workforce Development Boardhttps://cwdb.ca.gov/Industries ServedAmerica’s Job Centers/Career rvice-locator.aspxWe offer courses in the following industries:Contact ConstructionGeneral IndustryHealthcareOil & GasMaritimeDisaster Site WorkerMilitary Veteran DiscountWe offer all active and retired military a 10%discount on all training.Veterans s: 7600 Dublin Boulevard, Suite 140Dublin, CA 94568Phone: (866) 936-6742Fax:(925) 249-9367Email:email@example.comWebsite: www.osha4you.comMulti-Student DiscountGENERAL INFORMATIONContinuing Education Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14General InformationWe are happy to offer discounts when you send fouror more students to the same class.For up-to-date class schedulesvisit our website at www.osha4you.comor call (866) 936-6742Board of TrusteesMr. Edralin J. “Ed” Maduli, President Ms. Genevieve Randolph, Board SecretaryDr. Hal G. Gin. Ms. Linda Granger Ms. Maria L. Heredia Mr. Tim SbrantiThe Chabot-Las Positas Board of Trustees governs the Chabot-Las Positas Community College Districtand is responsible for all policy decisions. The Board meets once a month.866.936.OSHA (6742)1
Course Delivery OptionsThe OSHA Training Institute Education Center atChabot-Las Positas Community College Districtoffers safety courses in a variety of formats,including:We are proud to offer traditional in-person*,classroom training at our campuses and host sites.Availability and class sizes will vary accordingto restrictions/requirements at each location.Remember, we can also bring these courses to you,at the location of your choosing.Virtual Instructor-Led Training(Live Online)Our virtual instructor-led training (VILT) coursesare conducted online in a live-video deliveryformat. Attendance and active participation at allclass sessions is required.In addition, you will need the following: An internet connection: broadband wired orwireless (3G or 4G/LTE) Personal computer, laptop, or iPad tablet(recommended). iPhone will work but is notrecommended for extended periods of time. Speakers and a microphone: built-in, USB plug-in,or wireless Bluetooth A standard webcam or HD webcam: built-in orUSB plug-inHybrid CoursesCustomizable CoursesHybrid courses are a combination of virtual instructorled training (VILT) and in-person* training. Studentswill be required to arrive at the determined classroom/facility location to participate in the in-person portionof the class to successfully complete the class.All of our courses can be fully customized toaccommodate your organization’s specificrequirements. We work collaboratively with youto provide a thorough assessment of your needsand tailor a curriculum that most closely matchesyour particular goals.Additional benefits:- Less time and money traveling to class- In-person time is spent efficiently- Includes various learning styles- Combined learning experienceOnline Awareness TrainingWe offer traditional online training throughAdvanceOnline Solutions. Topics include the OSHA10-hour Construction and General Industry, and the30-hour OSHA Construction classes as well multipleworkplace safety awareness, driver safety andtransportation hazardous materials awareness topics.Courses are web-based so you can log in from almostanywhere and learn at your own pace, when it’s convenientfor you.*Please note that as applicable, strict COVID-19 safetyand health protocols must be followed when attendingany in-person class. Anyone not willing to follow theserules will be immediately asked to leave the premises.Additional BenefitsOur instructors can provide on-site training at yourlocation according to your schedule. Benefits ofoffering our courses at your site include: Cost savings for groupsNo employee travel expensesAccommodate variable shifts and schedulesEmployees learn using their equipment at theirworksite Expert instructors focused on your specific needsQuestion About On-site Training?866.936.OSHA (6742)firstname.lastname@example.orgWe bringourcoursesto youON-SITE TRAININGCOURSE DELIVERY OPTIONSIn-Person CoursesOn-site TrainingFor more information and to registerfor classes, visit osha4you.com“I learned a lotfrom this experience.Thank you!”2Classes are subject to change. Check website.osha4you.com866.936.OSHA (6742)3
LocationsMultiple LocationsNorthern CaliforniaSouthern CaliforniaThe OSHA Training Institute Education Centerprovides training at convenient locations near you and yourorganization. For additional information visit us online atwww.osha4you.com/locations.OSHA Training Institute Education CenterHome Office7600 Dublin Blvd., Suite 140Dublin, CA 94568www.osha4you.comVentura County Contractors Association1830 Lockwood St., Suite 110Oxnard, CA 93036We Can Also Come to You!The Trade SchoolShasta Builders Exchange5800 Airport RoadRedding, CA 96002Contact us for information on CUSTOMIZED ON-SITE TRAININGSafety Center, Inc.3909 Bradshaw RoadSacramento, CA 95827LOCATIONSBuilders Exchange of Santa Clara County400 Reed StreetSanta Clara, CA 95050North Coast Builders Exchange1030 Apollo WaySanta Rosa, CA 95407Central CaliforniaCentral California Builders Exchange1244 N. Mariposa StreetFresno, CA 93703SLO County Builders Exchange153 Cross St., Suite 130San Luis Obispo, CA 93401Nevada OSHA3360 West Sahara Avenue, Suite 175Las Vegas, NV 89102So. NV Teamsters 631 Training Facility4490 Nexus Way,N. Las Vegas, NV 89115Regional Public Safety Training Center5190 Spectrum Blvd.Reno, NV 89512HawaiiHAWAII (Hilo)Hawaii Innovation Center117 Keawe Street #105Hilo, HI 96720LOCATIONSSacramento Regional Builders Exchange5370 Elvas AvenueSacramento, CA 95819NevadaHAWAII (Honolulu)Airport Conference Center400 Rodgers Blvd.Honolulu, HI 968197th Floor Hawaiian Inter Island Terminal BuildingHonolulu International AirportWe welcome you to ourtraining facilities and hostsites throughout the region!4Classes are subject to change. Check website.osha4you.com866.936.OSHA (6742)5
Professional Certificate ProgramsSafety AssociateCertificate ProgramsThe OSHA Training Institute Education Center at Chabot-Las Positas Community College District offers threelevels of Professional Safety certificates to take your career and your organization’s safety program to the nextlevel. These programs provide real-world information that can be immediately applied to the workplace, givingyou knowledge in many safety and health subjects and allowing you to build upon your safety expertise. Stay informed about changing regulations, guidance documents, and regulatory interpretationsLearn to successfully communicate safety and health to employees and to executivesAvoid costly citations by learning to stay compliant with OSHA regulationsDemonstrate proficiency and the ambition to enhance their careerCreate a network of others who share similar insight and resolveContinue to develop professionally in a growing and changing fieldIMPORTANT: As of November 1, 2017, all courses applied towards certificate program completion must havebeen taken within the previous 5 years (completion date must be within 5 years from the oldest class beingapplied to certificate completion). Please plan accordingly. Contact us if you have questions.Safety FundamentalsCertificateThis entry-level certificate programis designed to provide knowledge ofsafety fundamentals to those lookingto advance their understandingand awareness of workplace safety, or to increaseemployment opportunities in construction or generalindustries.The 30-hour Occupational Safety and HealthAdministration’s (OSHA) Outreach Training Programsafety course provides a variety of safety subjects andin-depth, industry-specific training and is intendedfor supervisors and workers with some safety andhealth responsibility. The 30-hour course is thefoundation of this program.Program Outcomes6 Learn workplace hazard recognition, avoidance,control, and prevention Understand emergency action and fire prevention plans Learn the requirements of an effective workplaceaccident/incident investigation Understand the OSHA requirements forrecordkeeping, posting and reporting of workplaceillnesses and injuries Receive a 30-hour OSHA Outreach card uponsuccessful completionClasses are subject to change. Check website.Who Should ParticipateProgram Outcomes Understand the essential elements of an effectiveworkplace safety program Learn the fundamentals of OSHA standards andhow they affect your business Identification of potential hazards and their solutions Develop accident (incident) investigation skillsWho Should ParticipateIndividuals seeking to enhance employmentopportunities in which an understanding ofworkplace safety and health responsibilities isrequired or recommended.Required Courses (4) Those looking to enter into a career in safety Individuals whose current occupations requirethem to have a solid understanding of safety andhealth principles Anyone concerned about or with the responsibilityfor, safety in the workplaceConstruction Track OSHA 30-Hour for the Construction Industry OSHA 7105 - Evacuation and Emergency PlanningConstruction Track OSHA 510: OSHA Standards for the ConstructionIndustry OSHA 7505: Introduction to Incident (Accident)Investigation OSHA 7845: Recordkeeping Rule SeminarGeneral Industry Track OSHA 511: OSHA Standards for General Industry OSHA 7505: Introduction to Incident (Accident)Investigation OSHA 7845: Recordkeeping Rule SeminarElective Courses (3) Choose three additional OSHA Training InstituteEducation Center courses. See elective course listat osha4you.com/professional-certificatesPROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE PROGRAMSPROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE PROGRAMSIndividuals who participate in professional certification pathways:The Safety Associate Certificatewill provide attendees with a solidfoundation for understandingOSHA regulatory standards anddeveloping solutions to workplacesafety challenges. Participants in the Safety AssociateCertificate can tailor their program to reflect theirown areas of interest through a selection of requiredcourses and electives.Required Courses (3) OSHA 7505 - Introduction to Incident (Accident)Investigation OSHA 7845 - Recordkeeping Rule SeminarGeneral Industry Track OSHA 30-Hour for General Industry OSHA 7105 - Evacuation and Emergency Planning OSHA 7505 - Introduction to Incident (Accident)Investigation OSHA 7845 - Recordkeeping Rule Seminarosha4you.com866.936.OSHA (6742)7
The Specialist in Safety and HealthCertificate program is designed toexpand and improve the practicalskills of those responsible foremployee health and safety at their workplace. Thecourses examine critical workplace safety and healthissues and provide training in the skills necessaryfor managing a proactive health and safety program.Participants in the Specialist in Safety and HealthCertificate Program can select from an educationaltrack with a concentration in either Construction orGeneral Industry safety.Program Outcomes Demonstrate and understanding of OSHA standards,policies and procedures Identify common violations of OSHA standards andpropose abatement actions Understand the essential elements of an effectivesafety program Identify potential hazards and assess their solutions Develop knowledge of accident/incidentinvestigation procedures and analysis techniquesWho Should Participate Safety professionals with the desire to advance intomid-level health and safety positions Safety professionals with at least five (5)years’ experience in the field who wish to increasetheir knowledge and skills in workplace safetyRequired Courses (4)Construction Track OSHA 510: OSHA Standards for the ConstructionIndustry OSHA 500: Trainer Course in Occupational Safety& Health Standards for the Construction IndustryOR OSHA 502: Update for Construction IndustryOutreach Trainers OSHA 7505: Introduction to Incident (Accident)Investigation OSHA 7845: Recordkeeping Rule SeminarGeneral Industry Track OSHA 511: OSHA Standards for General Industry OSHA 501: Trainer Course in OSHA Standardsfor General Industry OR OSHA 503: Update forGeneral Industry Outreach Trainers OSHA 7505: Introduction to Incident (Accident)Investigation OSHA 7845: Recordkeeping Rule SeminarElective Courses (4) Choose four additional OSHA Training InstituteEducation Center courses. See elective course listat osha4you.com/professional-certificatesCertified Safety & HealthOfficialThe Certified Safety and HealthOfficial (CSHO) certificate programprovides a clear and defined pathfor existing safety professionals toachieve their career goals by earning a professionalcertificate with a concentration in either Constructionor General Industry safety. The program has astronger emphasis on safety and health regulations,including liability, training requirements, loss control,program development and implementation.The Construction Industry Track is designed forpersonnel who perform safety and health work ona daily basis in construction environments or havesafety responsibilities over others at those locations,including inspections and audits.The General Industry Track relates more topersonnel who perform safety and health work atindustrial facilities or have safety responsibilitiesover others at those facilities or locations, and whosework includes inspections and audits.Program Outcomes Authorized to teach the OSHA 10- and 30-hour Outreach programs Have a high level of understanding of OSHAstandards, policies and procedures Understand and evaluate the economic impact ofimplementing and maintaining safety programs Develop safety and health program including jobhazard analysis (JHAs) Create a workplace safety culture that includescommitment, communication and training as acrucial investment Develop knowledge and skills needed to conductaccident/incident investigationsWho Should Participate Safety professionals with the desire to advance intohigh-level health and safety positions Safety professionals with at least five (5)years’ experience in the field who wish to increasetheir knowledge and skills in workplace safety8Classes are subject to change. Check website.osha4you.com866.936.OSHA (6742)Required Courses (7)Construction Track OSHA 510: OSHA Standards for the ConstructionIndustry OSHA 500: Trainer Course in Occupational Safety& Health Standards for the Construction IndustryOR OSHA 502: Update for Construction IndustryOutreach Trainers OSHA 2264: Permit-Required Confined SpaceEntry OSHA 3015: Excavation, Trenching, & SoilMechanics OSHA 3095: Electrical Standards OSHA 3115: Fall Protection OSHA 7505: Introduction to Incident (Accident)InvestigationGeneral Industry Track OSHA 511: Occupational Safety & HealthStandards for General Industry OSHA 501: Trainer Course in OSHA Standardsfor General Industry OR OSHA 503: Update forGeneral Industry Outreach Trainers OSHA 2015: Hazardous Materials OSHA 2045: Machinery and Machine GuardingStandards OSHA 2264: Permit-Required Confined SpaceEntry OSHA 3095: Electrical StandardsPROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE PROGRAMSPROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE PROGRAMSSpecialist in Safety& Health OSHA 7505: Introduction to Incident (Accident)InvestigationElective Courses (3) Choose three additional OSHA Training InstituteEducation Center courses. See elective courselist at osha4you.com/professional-certificates9
Outreach Training ProgramHow You Will Benefit10The certificate program in Public Sector Safety &Health Fundamentals supports OSHA’s mission bytraining public sector employees in occupationalsafety and health to reduce incident rates for workersin state and local governments. Participants have theopportunity to earn certificates for Construction orGeneral Industry training.Participants can choose from a variety of topics,such as occupational safety and health standards forconstruction or general industry, safety and healthmanagement, accident investigation, fall hazardawareness, and recordkeeping. Although this programwas primarily designed for public sector employees,it is available for anyone interested in furthering theirknowledge of occupational safety and health.Required Courses (3)Construction Track OSHA 510: OSHA Standards for Construction OSHA 7500: Introduction to Safety and HealthManagement OSHA 7505: Introduction to Incident (Accident)InvestigationGeneral Industry Track OSHA 511: OSHA Standards for General Industry“Very dynamicinstruction withexcellent groupdiscussions.”Classes are subject to change. Check website. OSHA 7500: Introduction to Safety and HealthManagement OSHA 7505: Introduction to Incident (Accident)InvestigationElective Courses (4) Choose four additional OSHA Training InstituteEducation Center courses. See elective course listat The Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s(OSHA) Outreach Training Program was establishedto train workers in the basics of safety and healthhazard recognition and prevention. OSHA authorizestrainers who complete the 4-day construction,maritime, general industry or disaster site workertrain-the-trainer courses to conduct the 10-hour and30-hour construction, maritime, or general industry,or the 7.5-hour and 15-hour disaster site workersafety and health hazard recognition and preventioncourses.Individuals who are interested in becoming an OSHAOutreach Trainer must complete the followingrequirements:Construction Industry OSHA 510 – OSHA Standards for the ConstructionIndustry OSHA 500 – Trainer Course in OSHA Standards forthe Construction Industry Five years of construction safety experienceGeneral Industry OSHA 511 – OSHA Standards for General Industry OSHA 501 – Trainer Course in OSHA Standardsfor General Industry Five years of general industry safety experienceOutreach Training Aidsnow available for purchase! 10-hour & 30-hourStudent Workbooks Intro to OSHAStudents HandoutContact us for moreinformation.866.936.OSHA (6742)Cal/OSHA (California) EndorsementRequirements are the same as for ConstructionIndustry or General Industry Outreach Trainers,with the additional requirement of: OSHA 5109 Cal/OSHA Standards for theConstruction Industry; OR OSHA 5119 Cal/OSHA Standards for GeneralIndustry AND At least one year of Cal/OSHA safety experienceMaritime Industry OSHA 5410 – OSHA Standards for the MaritimeIndustry OSHA 5400 – Trainer Course in OSHA Standardsfor the Maritime Industry Five years maritime industry experience Two years additional safety experience orrecognized safety credentialDisaster Site Worker OSHA 500 – Trainer Course in OSHA Standards forthe Construction Industry; OR OSHA 501 – Trainer Course in OSHA Standards forGeneral Industry HAZWOPER, 40-Hour OSHA 5600 – Disaster Site Worker Trainer Course Three years of safety training experienceDON’T FORGET!You must renew your OSHA trainer cardevery four years. As of January 1, 2019,the 90 day grace period for renewal nolonger applies. If renewed beforeexpiration date, Trainers just need to takethe “update” course. Trainers who do notrenew before their expiration date will berequired to take both standards and fulltrainer course.OUTREACH TRAINING PROGRAMPROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE PROGRAMSPublic Sector Safety & HealthFundamentals Certificate Program Understand OSHA standards and how they affectpublic sector organizations Learn the fundamentals needed to deal withpotential hazards Reduce injuries and health problems among yourco-workers Understand the essential elements of an effectivesafety program Develop accident investigation skills Gain knowledge of changing regulations, guidancedocuments and regulatory interpretations Demonstrate competency when dealing withregulatory agenciesBecome An OSHA-AuthorizedOutreach Trainer11
Cancellation, Attendance, & GradesPrerequisitesCourse Registration FeesCancellations, Credits and RefundsCourse Grades and PoliciesSome courses have prerequisite requirements(i.e., courses that must be taken before enrollingin a class); others are open to anyone interestedin the subject matter without prerequisites. Allprerequisite information must be obtained by theOTIEC prior to the first day of class.Fees vary by course and are all-inclusive (includetuition, books, equipment use, etc.), unlessotherwise noted. Fees can be paid using a creditcard, check, money-order or by using a purchaseorder. (Check must clear prior to class start date).All fees are subject to change.OTIEC classes are taught on a pass/no pass basis.Students are expected to attend all sessions infull, respect the instructor and other students,and participate in class discussions and exercises.Additionally, some courses require an examination,which students must pass to complete the course.Course registration can be done online, or by email,phone or fax.Requests for attendee cancellations or reschedulesmust be submitted in writing a minimum of 7 daysprior to the first day of class to be eligible for a refundor credit. Request for cancellations or reschedulesreceived less than 7 days prior to the first day of classwill not receive refund or credit for rescheduling,except under extenuating circumstances.Shipping PolicyPREREQUISITES, REGISTRATION, & FEESRegistration pccd.org866.936.OSHA (6742)925.249.9367OSHA Training InstituteEducation Center atChabot-Las PositasCommunity College District7600 Dublin Blvd, Suite 140Dublin, CA 94568The majority of correspondence will be submittedvia email. On the occasion that information ormaterials are required to be shipped, standardshipping orders will typically arrive within 7 to 10business days.Students who do not show up to class will forfeit theentire amount of the course and will not be refundedor credited.AttendanceOSHA Training Institute Education Center (OTIEC)classes are held to OSHA standards, including thenumber of contact hours required per training.Late arrivals, early departures or no-shows for anyof the course sessions will result in being droppedfrom the course without any fee refund or creditfor rescheduling and will not receive a certificate ofcompletion for the course.Students who do not meet the above requirements(for any reason) will receive a “no pass” for thecourse. Students receiving a “no pass” may re-takethe course at their own expense to complete thecourse.CANCELLATION, ATTENDANCE, & GRADESPrerequisites, Registration, & Fees“Thank you for the great training.I feel much more confident.”12Classes are subject to change. Check website.osha4you.com866.936.OSHA (6742)13
Course Descriptions (Listed alphabetically by title)Continuing Education Units (CEUs)The acceptance of CEUs is determined by eachspecific organization or company. Please check withyour organization or company prior to registeringfor one of our classes to ensure that the CEUs willbe accepted.American Board of IndustrialHygiene (ABIH) CertificationMaintenance (CM) PointsCertification Maintenance Points are available toCertified Industrial Hygienists who completecourses and are awarded points under the ABIHmaintenance of certification program. Visit theABIH website for the most current information.“The entireclass was fullof valuable andrelevant info.”14Classes are subject to change. Check website.OSHA 7200Continuation of Certification (COC) Points areavailable to certified safety professionals whocomplete courses in which at least half ofthe content is devoted to safety, health, orenvironmental topics. The number of COC pointsavailable from the BCSP can be calculated usingthe BCSP guidelines.How to develop a bloodborne pathogens exposureplan for healthcare facilities using a step-by-stepapproach, including an introduction to the OSHABloodborne Pathogens Standard, the exposure controlplan, exposure determination, methods of control,vaccinations and evaluations, training and informationand record keeping.Requests for Records/Transcripts PolicyWe maintain a database of participants who havesuccessfully completed courses and can forwardthat information as requested. As we are not theawarding body, we do not maintain records of ABIHCM points or BCSP continuance of certificationpoints. Please contact those organizations directlyfor information about their CEU policies.For a written request:A written request from the student whose records/transcripts are being sought must include the nameof the student, course number(s), and dates of eachcourse session for which a record is desired.Mail request to:OSHA Training Institute Education CenterChabot-Las Positas Community College District7600 Dublin Blvd, Suite 140, Dublin, CA 94568Apply Training to a DegreeBloodborne Pathogens Exposure Controlfor Healthcare FacilitiesPrerequisites: NoneDays: 1Fee: 275Cal/OSHA 30-Hour Outreach Training forConstructionOur 30-Hour Cal/OSHA course covers standardsand requirements as they apply to the constructionindustry and teaches safety awareness which helps inrecognizing and reducing the risks of job site hazards.This interactive training is intended as an orientationand covers safety and health hazards workers may faceon construction work sites. This course puts emphasison hazard identification, avoidance, control andprevention and is intended for supervisors or workerswho have some safety responsibility. Attendees willreceive a Cal/OSHA 30-Hour Construction Outreachcourse completion card and certificate.Prerequisites: NoneDays: 4Fee: 775Courses taken through the OSHA TrainingInstitute Education Center at Chabot-Las PositasCommunity College District can be applied to yourdegree through Columbia Southern University.You may also qualify for a tuition discount. Call(800) 977-8449 ext. 1261 or email email@example.com for more information.osha4you.comCal/OSHA 30-Hour Outreach Training forGeneral IndustryOur 30-Hour Cal/OSHA course covers standards andrequirements as they apply to general industry andteaches safety awareness which helps in recognizingand reducing the risks of work site hazards. Thisinteractive training is intended as an orientation andcovers safety and health hazards workers may face inthe workplace. This course puts emphasis on hazardidentification, avoidance, control and prevention andis intended for supervisors or workers who have somesafety responsibility. Attendees will receive a Cal/OSHA30-Hour General Industry Outreach course completioncard and certificate.Prerequisites: NoneDays: 4Fee: 775OSHA 5119Cal/OSHA Standards for General IndustryThis course is designed for personnel interested inlearning more about Cal/OSHA general industrystandards and policies. Course topics include Title8 general industry standards and compliance, topicsrequired in the 10- and 30- hour programs as well asthose which are most hazardous in general industry,Injury and Illness Prevention Program and Cal/OSHAtraining guidelines.Prerequisites for Outreach Trainers: OutreachTrainers seeking to achieve the Cal/OSHA generalindustry authorized trainer designation must havecompleted OSHA 501 Trainer Course in OSHAStandards for General Industry or OSHA 503Update for General Industry Outreach Trainers.COURSE DESCRIPTIONS (A-Z by Title)CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITSContinuing Education Units (CEUs) for OSHATraining Institute Education Center courses area nationally recognized unit of measurementfor post-secondary education, professionaldevelopment and career training. Through the useof CEUs, some of these courses may be used towardcertification.Board of Certified SafetyProfessionals (BCSP) Continuanceof Certification (COC) PointsDays: 4Fee: 775866.936.OSHA (6742)15
COURSE DESCRIPTIONS (A-Z by Title)OSHA 5039OSHA 5600Cal/OSHA Standards for the ConstructionIndustryCal/OSHA Update for General IndustryOutreach TrainersDisaster Site Worker TrainerThis course is designed for personnel interested inlear
Standards for General Industry OSHA 501: Trainer Course in OSHA Standards for General Industry OR OSHA 503: Update for General Industry Outreach Trainers OSHA 2015: Hazardous Materials OSHA 2045: Machinery and Machine Guarding Standards OSHA 2264: Permit-Required Confined Space entry OSHA 3095: Electrical Standards
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