An aerial lift is a device that enables access to hard-to-reach places by lifting a platform into the air. Cherry pickers and bucket trucks are examples of aerials lifts typically used by utility or construction workers to temporarily gain access to otherwise inaccessible locations. This course reviews and explains the basic safety rules associated with aerial lifts to help workers avoid accidents and injuries while working on or around aerial lifts.
During this 4-hour course students will be introduced to Federal and New York State policies, procedures and standards. Training will review general work zone safety principles covered in the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) book, with concentration on recognition and prevent of hazardous conditions, and the topics discussed in this course provide a thorough understanding of the proper signals and safe flagging techniques specific to New York regulations, flagging procedures and proper use of required equipment, and how to coordinate traffic movement through the work zone.
This training meets OSHA Guidelines for First Aid Programs and combines lecture, interactive video demonstration and hands-on training to teach participants lifesaving skills. In this course, attendees will learn how to recognize and provide basic treatment for medical conditions like cardiac arrest, stroke, seizures, allergic reactions, asthma, and shock.
The Confined Space Operations course is designed to educate students in the safe practices and responsibilities of the entrant, entry attendant, and supervisor when working with confined spaces. Key topics include general requirements of the OSHA standard, employer’s responsibility to individuals working in confined spaces…