Quality Certifications, Inc.
 
  Quality Certifications, Inc.
Toll Free  866-302-3787
Local 209-327-7038

training@equipcert.com
  • Construction Industry Training Programs:
    Confined Entry, Excavation, Fall Protection, Lockout/Tagout, Trench Safety, Slip Trips and Falls, Traffic Control,Sexual harassment, Work place Violence, Globally Harmonized System GHS), Confined Space (Specialized). 10 and 30 hour construction safety. Competent Person Programs Available.
  • 10 Good Reasons Why Safety Training Is a Sound Investment

There is a direct relationship between an organization's training programs and its growth, competitiveness, safety record, and financial success. Here are 10 reasons training in general, and safety training in particular, is a good investment:

  1. Safety training reduces accidents and protects employees from injuries and illness, saving the company the cost of lost time, diminished productivity, and increased insurance premiums.
  2. Training also assists in compliance with OSHA standards and decreases the chance of being cited and fined for safety and health violations.
  3. Training in general increases employee job satisfaction, motivation, and morale.
  4. Happy, motivated, safe, and well-trained employees are loyal employees, which means turnover goes down.
  5. Employee training and development provides you with a pool of skilled and knowledgeable people who can move up in the organization and fill critical jobs and perform critical functions.
  6. Training helps your organization ride the crest of technological change and innovation.
  7. Well-trained, highly skilled employees are more efficient, productive, and creative.
  8. Training helps you manage risks such as sexual harassment, workplace violence, and discrimination \
  9. A trained workforce provides the human resources to expand into new markets and seize opportunities in a highly competitive and fluid global economy.
  10. Training helps develop a positive organizational culture in which confident, knowledgeable, creative employees are poised to provide superior products and services to customers
     
    Five Ways to Increase Training Payback

To make sure your employee training is always successful and cost-effective—whether you're training for safety or to develop other critical competencies—you need to:

  1. Make training on ongoing process, and reassess training needs frequently to make sure you're meeting today's needs, not yesterday's.
  2. Encourage employees to talk about their training needs and request additional training.
  3. Provide employees with opportunities to use newly learned skills on the job.
  4. Make sure your training is comprehensive, interesting, and interactive, and gives employees the chance to practice new skills in a safe setting.
  5. Send employees back to work with learning aids such as checklists, step-by-step instructions, and safety reminders that help them safely and effectively transfer newly learned skills to their job.
  • 10 and 30 hour OSHA  construction Safety training
  • Excavation/Trench Competent Person ( trench safety awareness also available) Safety:
  • OSHA and Cal-OSHA Standards
    Personal Responsibility
    Excavation Hazards
    Soil Types and Analysis

    Underground Installations
    Access and Egress
    Vehicular Traffic
    Falling Loads
    Sloping and Benching Support Systems
    Emergency Rescue
    Competent Person training and certification available

  • Confined Space Competent Person (Confined Space Awareness is also available) Procedures:  
  • OSHA and Cal-OSHA Standards
    Personal Responsibility
    Space Assessment and Classification
    Types of Confined Spaces
    Risk Assessment
    Space Classifications
    Entry Logs and Permits
    Confined Space Entry Procedures
    Alternative Entry Systems
    “Non- Permit” Systems
    Entry Checklists
    Safety Equipment and Inspections
    Atmospheric Testing and Monitoring Procedures
    Rescue Equipment  and Procedures


Fall Protection: Competent Person (OSHA # 1 Violation) (Fall Protection awareness also available)

OSHA and Cal-OSHA Standards
Personal Responsibility
Fall Protection Systems
Personal Fall Arrest Systems
Equipment Inspection
Safety Net Systems and more

The leading cause of death in construction is falls. In June, OSHA's landmark National Safety Stand-down to prevent fatal falls gathered participation from more than 25,000 employers across the country and more than 1 million workers worldwide. To learn more and get free resources on how to stop falls, visit www.osha.gov/stopfalls


    Lock Out/Tag Out: Competent Person) Lock Out/Tag Out awareness is also available)
  • OSHA and Cal-OSHA Standards
    Personal Responsibility
    Lock Out/Tag Out Programs
    Lock Out/Tag Out Procedures and Methods
    Group Lock Out/Tag Out Procedures
    Padlock Removal
    Accident Prevention and more


Slip Trips and Falls:

  • OSHA and Cal-OSHA Standards
    Personal Responsibility
    Hazard Recognition and Remediation
    Types of Injuries
    Personal Behavior
    Stairs and Ladders
    Housekeeping
    Aisles and Passageways
    Stairs, Floor Openings and Holes
    Floors and Work Services and more

  • Traffic Control Planning/ Flagger Training:    
  • Federal and State Agency Standards
    Manual of Traffic Control Devices
    Temporary Traffic Control Plans
    Components of Traffic Control Zones
    Advance Warning Areas
    Transition Areas
    Buffer Areas
    Work Activity Area
    Termination Areas
    Tapers
    Traffic Cones
    Flagger Qualifications
    Flagger Procedures
    Flagger Stations
    Visibility and Apparel
    Slow for the Cone Zone Procedures and more
 
Home    Mobile Equipment Certification Training  Hazardous Materials Training Programs  Construction Industry Training Programs  Health & Safety Programs
Quality Certifications, Inc. 2005  All Rights Reserved
Design by  731RealEstate.com