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**For the most up to date listing of classes, please select the Calendar tab**

Scheduling structure of classes may vary - general outlines are provided below.

*All classes subject to cancellation if below minimum registration requirement*

 

Aerial Lift/Bucket Truck

(Length: dependent on various factors)

This training involves both a classroom and practical evaluation. Course will encompass:

  • Equipment Inspection

  • Proper Equipment Operation

  • Hazard Awareness

  • Aerial Lift/Bucket Truck Safety

  • Applicable OSHA and ANSI Standards

  • Written and Practical Evaluation

**Offered only at company request.

 

Blood borne Pathogens & Body Mechanics (BBP/BM)

(Oahu: 3-hours, Neighbor Islands: 1.5-hours combined with MFA/CPR/AED training) (Body Mechanics is included for Oahu only at this time)

  • Class is for new certification and re-training.

  • Re-certify YEARLY.

 

Confined Space (6-hours)

This training covers the OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.146 confined space properties & definitions, atmospheric conditions, associated hazards,personal protective equipment, ventilating & air monitoring, entrants, attendants & supervisors, permit entry systems/protocol & more.

  • Class is for new certification and re-training

  • No expiration date. (Suggested re-training every 2-years)

 

Excavation/Trenching (6-hours)

This course explores OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1926.650 Sub-Part P in greater detail & scope than the basic level course. This course covers analysis & conditions, protective support systems, personal protective equipment, discussion of the hazards associated when working near/in excavated/trenched areas, and more.

  • You must be an eligible Training Fund Beneficiary to sign-up for this class. If you have questions regarding your eligibility, please contact us at 808-847-0629 or toll-free at 1-800-622-3830.

  • Class is for new certification and re-training

  • No expiration date. (Suggested re-training every 2-years).

 

Fall Protection (Basic) (3-hours)

This course explores the OSHA standard 29 CFR1926.500 sub-part M covering fall protection systems & criteria, controlled access zones, safety monitoring systems, etc.

  • Class is for new certification and re-training.

  • No expiration date. (Suggested re-training every 2-years).

 

Fall Protection (2-days)

This is a COMPETENT PERSON level training class. This course explores OSHA Standard 29 CFR1926.500 sub-part M; covering fall protection systems & criteria, controlled access zones, safety monitoring systems, and more.

  • You must be an eligible Training Fund Beneficiary to sign-up for this class. If you have questions regarding your eligibility, please contact us at 808-847-0629 or toll-free at 1-800-622-3830

  • Class is for new certification and re-training

  • No expiration date. (Suggested re-training every 2-years).

 

Forklift

(Length: dependent on various factors)

This training involves both a classroom and practical evaluation. Course will encompass:

  • Equipment Inspection

  • Proper Equipment Operation

  • Hazard Awareness

  • Forklift Safety

  • Applicable OSHA and ANSI/ISTDF Standards

  • Forklift Load Capacity and Load Charts

  • Written and Practical Evaluation

**Offered only at company request.

 

Hazard Communication

The first compliance date of the revised HCS is December 1, 2013. By that time employers must have trained their workers on the new label elements and the SDS format.  Class covers the Revised Hazard Communication Standard and is available upon request.  Classes were primarily conducted in 2013 to help employers meet the December 2013 deadline.

 

HAZWOPER Basic (24-hours)

This training is a Basic 24-Hour course in Hazardous Waste Operations & Emergency Response for general site workers who work in areas that have been monitored & are under permissible exposure limits where respirators are not necessary. Training is in compliance with OSHA Standard 29 CFR 191.1220 & 1926.65.

  • Recertify YEARLY.

 

HAZWOPER Refresher (8-hours)

This training is a refresher course in Hazardous Waste Operations & Emergency Response for general site workers who work in areas that have been monitored & are under permissible exposure limits where respirators are not necessary. Training is in compliance with OSHA Standard 29 CFR 191.1220 & 1926.65.

  • Recertify YEARLY.

 

Ladder Safety

This training is a general training on how to use ladders safely.  Training involves both a classroom and hands-on component.  Students must pass the hands-on evaluation in order to pass this training.

  • Recertify YEARLY.

 

Medic First Aid/CPR/AED Certification (Basic, 6-hours)

  • Class is for those who have never had MFA/CPR/AED training before & those who have excessive gaps in re-certification from a prior date.

  • Recertify YEARLY.

 

Medic First Aid/CPR/AED Certification (Refresher, 3-hours)

  • Class is for those who have had prior MFA/CPR/AED training so long as the expiration of the certification is not excessive.

  • Recertify YEARLY.

 

NFPA 70E

This training focuses on the National Fire Protection Association 70E Standard for Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices, electrical culture, electrical safety program, approach boundary, hazard analysis and personal protective equipment.

 

OSHA-10 (1926)

(Class format may vary, but is generally 4-days/10-hours)

This 10-hour certification training course covers eleven topics in 4 modules and encompasses the minimum introduction to OSHA requirements in the construction industry.

  • Recommended for ALL personnel working within the construction industry

  • Completed participants will receive a DOL Completion Card

  • Class is for new certification and re-training

  • No expiration date

 

OSHA-30 (1926)

(Class format may vary, but is generally 10-days/30-hours)

This course focuses on extended coverage of OSHA topics. Training consists of safety & health program, stairways & ladders, struck-by, caught in-between, scaffolds, fall protection and much more.

  • Completed participants will receive a DOL Completion Card

  • Class is for new certification and re-training

  • No expiration date

 

OSHA-10 ET&D (1926)

(Class format may vary, but is generally 4-days/10-hours)

This course covers safety related topics specific to electrical line construction. Students will receive an overview of electrical safety principles and hazard recognition - some topics covered are arc and flash hazards, equipment grounding, and equipotential grounding. Emphasis will be placed on OSHA rules applicable to electric generation, transmission and distribution (1910.296 and 1926 Subpart V). Participants will receive, upon completion of the course, an OSHA-10 Hour Card with the ET&D Partnership logo. 

  • Completed participants will receive a DOL Completion Card with ET&D Partnership Logo

  • Class is for new certification and re-training

  • 5-yr retraining required

 

OSHA-20 ET&D (1926)

(Class format may vary, but is generally 7-days/20-hours)

This course is a 20-hour Supervisory Leadership OSHA training and is recommended for foremen and above. Some topics of the 20-hour program are: Supervisor Training in Reducing Accidents, Communications Training, Conducting Safety Meetings, Job Hazard Analysis, Job Briefings, Site Inspection, Skills Assessment, Managing Safety, and On the Front Line.

  • 5-yr retraining required

 

Basic Pole Climbing Safety

This training is a general training on how to climb poles (work aloft) safely.  Training involves both a classroom and hands-on component.  Students must pass the hands-on evaluation in order to pass this training.

  • Recertify YEARLY.

 

Pole Top Rescue

This training is for more advanced climbers who need to obtain verification of successful completion of a pole top (hurt man) rescue.

  • Recertify YEARLY.

 

Qualified Rigger/Signal Person Qualification (18-hours)

Signal Person training & evaluation (hand signal only at this time). Qualified rigger training, identifying various sling, identifying rope types, how to balance a load, use of lifting devices, safety and inspection, maintenance of slings & ropes.

  • No expiration date

 

Scaffold User (Basic) (3-hours)

This course reviews the general requirements for supported & suspended scaffolds. Participants will identify & recognize hazards commonly associated with work on or around scaffolds. Students will engage in discussions on personal fall arrest systems, scaffold access and egress protocol falling object hazards, electrocution & scaffold collapse issues.

  • Class is for new certification and re-training

  • No expiration date. (Suggested re-training every 2-years)

 

Scaffolding (Competent Person) (2-days)

OSHA 1926 Subpart L mandates specific duties to carried out by a competent person.  This class prepares an individual to become the company appointed competent person.  Students will learn the applicable OSHA Scaffold standard and how to apply them on the jobsite.  Students will also learn how to conduct a daily inspection and will learn how to identify common safety hazards associated with working on and around scaffolds.  The scope of this class does not encompass the erection and dismantling of scaffolds

  • Class is for new certification and re-training.

  • No expiration date. (Suggested re-training every 2-years)

 

Scissor Lift

(Length: dependent on various factors)

This training involves both a classroom and practical evaluation. Course will encompass:

  • Equipment Inspection

  • Proper Equipment Operation

  • Hazard Awareness

  • Scissor Lift Safety

  • Written and Practical Evaluation

**Offered only at company request.