Competent Person Training Classes
OSHA Competent Person Training
Excavation competent person training
The Excavation Safety Competent Person training class equips students with knowledge and skills to identify and address potential excavation hazards, which are critical to being a competent person on excavation sites. This course covers the OSHA excavation standards (subpart P), including those related to general excavation hazards such as underground utilities, surface encumbrances, job-site equipment, hazardous atmospheres, and conducting soil testing and classification. Additionally, students will learn about selecting and installing cave-in protective systems and OSHA inspection requirements for the excavation Competent Person, ensuring the student is well-equipped to manage excavation sites safely.
Confined space competent person training
The Confined Space Competent Person training class is tailored towards equipping the student with the knowledge and skills to identify, evaluate, and manage potential hazards during confined space entry operations at construction sites. This course covers the OSHA confined spaces in construction standards, providing a comprehensive instruction on identifying and evaluating permit-required confined spaces, as well as entry and emergency procedures necessary for safe entry operations. By completing this training, students will be well-versed in OSHA requirements and best practices, ensuring they can perform their safety-related duties as a competent person for confined spaces.
Fall protection competent person training
The Fall Protection Competent Person training class teaches participants how to recognize and evaluate fall hazards, select appropriate fall protection devices and equipment, and develop effective fall protection plans. Students will be better prepared to ensure a safe and OSHA-compliant work environment and prevent injuries related to falls.
Scaffolding competent person training
The Scaffolding Competent Person training course offers a thorough understanding of the essential knowledge and abilities required to effectively oversee and supervise scaffolding projects. The program covers a wide range of topics, including how to o identify and mitigate potential hazards associated with scaffolding operations, thereby ensuring a safe working environment.
General Construction Site Competent Person Training
The comprehensive OSHA 30-hour Construction training program equips students with the essential knowledge and abilities to identify and minimize various safety risks commonly found on construction sites. This course extensively covers more than 21 key subjects outlined in the OSHA 1926 construction standards. Upon successful completion, participants will be awarded the vital 30 hour OSHA / DOL wallet card, a mandatory credential for employment on numerous construction sites.