Custom On-Site OSHA Training Program

Getting your qualified and unqualified workers trained properly can be the difference between meeting OSHA regulations and breaking the law. Technical Skills Development Services specializes in designing and delivering hazard-specific training that complies with OSHA law.

 

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MEETING THE COMPLEX OSHA REQUIREMENTS

OSHA is taxed with enforcing workplace laws and regulations. It creates laws based on guidelines established by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and other non-profit standards development organizations. OSHA law regarding electrical hazard training is based heavily on NFPA 70E Electrical Safety in the Workplace Standard. This standard covers identifying electrical hazards and assessing potential risks, as well as selecting appropriate personal protection equipment (PPE) and establishing electrically safe working conditions. For electrical hazard training, the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) OSHA established dictates that workers — both electricians and non-electricians — must be trained in a classroom or on the job. This training must be documented. Online electrical safety training does not meet these OSHA requirements. The required training must cover more than just wearing rubber gloves and avoiding electricity in damp or wet locations. Your workers need to learn a range of topics, including arc flash protection based on hazard risk categories, incident energy, spacesuit-like personal protective equipment and lengthy arc flash boundaries. Technical Skills Development Services custom-designs training programs that meet OSHA law and NFPA 70E guidelines, while addressing your company’s unique needs. With our electrical hazard training, you get the peace of mind knowing your workers have been well-trained and your company is above board.

EFFICIENT TRAINING TO GET YOUR WORKERS BACK ON THE JOB

With Technical Skills Development Services, it will only take a single day to get your qualified workers trained, and only four hours for your unqualified workers. We break the day into two sessions, a morning and afternoon session. Your qualified workers will attend both four-hour sessions, while your unqualified workers only attend the morning session.

 

YOU SUPPLY THE CLASSROOM, WE SUPPLY THE REST 

All you need is to provide a classroom and clean surface to use a projector on. We take care of the rest of the details, from course materials to tools. Each training program can accommodate up to 20 workers.

To get started, contact us today with your company’s unique requirements. We’ll provide a free quote and can schedule your training on a day that works best for your team.