Below is a listing of our currently available safety courses.

Powered Lift Truck


The powered industrial lift truck Train-the-Trainer program has been developed for individuals with experience and knowledge on the lifting equipment employed at their location. Upon successful completion of this course, attendees will return to their workplace qualified to Train, Evaluate and Certify all other employees assigned to operate lift trucks at their place of business. The following topics will be covered during the class:

· The Benefits of Operator Training
· Developing an Effective Training Program
· State Specific Regulations included
· Employer Responsibility & Liability
· Additional Standards (ANSI, DOT, NFPA)
· OSHA LiftTruck Laws & Penalties (State Specific Regulations included)
· Truck Properties & Loads
· Data Plates & Decals
· Vehicle Inspections
· Safe Operating Practices & Rules
· Propane, Diesel & Gasoline Safety
· Battery Safety & Maintenance
· Personal Protective Equipment
· Training & Maintenance Documentation

Effective Safety Communication



Effective Safety Communication is a course developed to assist companies in understanding the role of OSHA and how to fulfill their duties to protect themselves and their employees. When safety is effectively communicated at work, businesses experience lower workers' compensation costs, reduced medical expenditures, decreased payout for return-to-work programs, and lower costs due to decreased job accommodations for injured workers. Everyone benefits when safety and health become a priority in the workplace. Safety personnel at every level can benefit from this class. The following topics will become the focal point for the class:

· OSHA Introduction
- General overview of OSHA standards and penalties
- Co-operative programs and compliance assistance
· Development of Management Systems
- Quantification of Safety and Health Programs
- Regulatory compliance and Development
- The principles of General Duty/OSHA Program Components
· Safety Pays-Quantification of Safety & Health
- Justification of costs/expenditures
- OSHA's Safety Pays Program
· Identification of Safety and Health Risks
- Auditing processes and procedures (General Duty Checklist)
- Skills required to operate a health and safety audit
- Approaches to the recording of OSH management systems
· Effectively Communicating Safety
- Identification of training requirements
- Effective training approaches
- Establishing a vision for OSHA general duty in the workplace
- Visualization & institutionalization of safety mission plan
- Management conferences and ensuring compliance



"Great class for those beginning and updating safety programs, the materials are user friendly and very informative."

Jim Dotten
Littleton Farm & Garden



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