Pacific Safety Training Calendar Jul-Dec 2016 volume 1 2017 - Page 8

Dog Bite Prevention by Bulli Ray These interactive classes will demonstrate frequently encountered situations in which employees are likely to find themselves around aggressive dogs in the field. After just one session, your personnel will be significantly more prepared to handle an attacking dog or pack of dogs. Some of the topics covered: Canine Statistics, Self Defense Methods: Never trust the owners’ ability to control their animal, Learn the differences between the defensive and the predatory dogs. What employees need to know to protect themselves, What are the dog’s weaknesses and the employee’s strengths? Explanation of canine and human posturing - Understanding canine/employee imprinting and conditioning - Negative/Positive reinforcements, how to fend off a pack of dogs and much more. Contact hours: 2 | Dates: Mar 6 or Mar 7 | Investment: $95 Member / $115 Non-member DOT Hazardous Material Transportation This course is designed for personnel directly involved in the handling, packaging, loading, shipping/ transportation, and/or preparation of hazardous materials/waste for transportation or those who operate a hazardous materials transportation vehicle. Topics include: regulatory review; shipping descriptions; shipping papers; markings; labels; placards; performance-oriented packaging; loading and segregation; security considerations; safety; and, the 172.101 Hazardous Materials Table. Regulatory citation: DOT 49 CFR Subpart H, 172.700-704 Contact hours: 8 | Dates: Feb 27 or May 23 | Investment: $150 Member / $180 Non-member EM 385-1-1 Construction Hazard Awareness HANDS ON This course is designed for personnel, contractors, military and government employees who are required to comply with, or who enforce, the EM 385-1-1 US Army Corps of Engineers safety and health requirements. Topics include, but are not limited to: Preparation of Site-Specific Accident Prevention Plan (APP); Introduction to OSHA; Site Safety Health Officer’s Qualifications & Responsibilities; Activity Hazard Analysis development; Hazard and Risk Assessment; personnel training; emergency response; job site auditing; confined space safety; fall protection; and hazard communication. Upon successful completion, participants will receive an EM 385-1-1 Certificate of Completion and an OSHA 30-Hour Outreach for Construction card from the course instructor (an OSHA-Authorized Outreach Trainer). Attendees also receive a current copy of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Safety and Health Requirements Manual. Contact hours: 40 | Dates: Feb 13-17 or Jun 26-30 | Investment: $710 Member / $825 Non-member EM 385-1-1 24-hour Fall Protection for the Competent Person HANDS ON This three-day (24-hour) course is designed to comply with the new training requirements in EM 385-1-1 for the Fall Protection Competent Person. Topics included are: fall hazards; identification and evaluation of workplace activities; controlling fall hazard exposures and swing falls; stop work authority; corrective measures to mitigate fall hazards; fall protection and prevention plans; responding to workplace activities change; rescue plan development; specifying fall protection systems at the worksite; non-certified anchorages; incident investigations; managing damaged or deployed equipment; and, fall protection systems and equipment inspection. Course includes 8 hours of hands-on, practical applications. Regulatory and Consensus Standard Citations: EM 385-1-1 (21.C and 21.B.03), OSHA 29 CFR 1926 (Subparts M, L, R, and X), ANSI/ASSE Z359.2, and ANSI/ASSE Z490.1. Contact hours: 24 | Dates: Jan 17-19, Mar 14-16 or May 17-19 | Investment: $495 Member / $595 Non-member 7 1.855.4.PSC.411 | www.psc411.com