June 13-17, 2005
Course: OSHA Course 311 – Fall Arrest Systems. This course provides an overview of state-of-the-art technology and current OSHA requirements for fall protection. Topics covered include principles of fall protection, components of fall arrests systems, limitations of fall arrest equipment and OSHA policies. The course features a one-day field exercise demonstrating fall protection equipment.
Nov 16-18, 2004
Course: OSHA Course 301 – Excavation, Trenching and Soil Mechanics. This course focuses on OSHA standards and the safety aspects of excavation and trenching. Students are introduced to practical soil mechanics and how it affects the stability of shored and unshored slopes and walls of excavations. Various types of shoring including wood timbers and hydraulic devices are discussed. Testing methods are demonstrated.
Aug 9-11, 2005
Course: OSHA Course 226 – Permit-Required Confined Space Entry. This course is designed to assist students to recognize, evaluate, prevent, and abate safety and health hazards associated with permit-required confined space entry. The course focuses on the specific requirements of 29CFR 1910.146 (a) through (l). Each paragraph of the standard is discussed with reference to the OSHA directive, letters of interpretation and preamble rationale. The course features workshops on permit entry classification and program evaluation. Hands-on training covers how to use combustible gas and oxygen meters and other monitoring equipment.
Aug 12-14, 2005
Course: #7600 – Disaster Site Worker Course. The Disaster Site Worker Course is a 16-hour course for skilled construction trade workers at natural and man-made disaster sites. The course is designed to develop an awareness of incident command systems and special safety and health hazards, including CBRNE hazards that may be present at such sites. In addition, participants in this course will each complete a performance test demonstrating the ability to inspect, don, and doff a negative-pressure air-purifying respirator. OSHA will issue a "Disaster Site Worker Training Program Card" (the "Program Card") for workers who complete course.
December 14-15, 2004
April 19-20, 2005
August 16-17, 2005
Course: #5600 – Disaster Site Worker Train-The-Trainer. The Disaster Site Worker Train-the-Trainer Course prepares experienced occupational safety and health trainer to present Course #7600 – Disaster Site Worker Course. The target audience for the #5600 Train-The-Trainer Course are people who:
- Have a minimum of three years experience as an occupational safety and health trainer and are a currently authorized OSHA Construction Outreach Trainers, and
- Have completed a 40-hour (minimum) HAZWOPER training course, OR
- Have specific experience and understanding of technical skills required in the construction trades.
Upon completion of Course #5600, trainers will become "Authorized Disaster Site Trainers" and be eligible to provide student course completion cards to their students who complete the Disaster Site Worker Course #7600.
October 25-29, 2004
March 14-18, 2005
July 18-22, 2005
State Associations and Entities
Alabama Asphalt Pavement Association
Course: Level II Quality Management Technician
January 2005, Montgomery, AL
Course: Level III Mix Design Technician
February 2005, Montgomery, AL
Colorado Asphalt Pavement Association (CAPA)/Rocky Mountain Asphalt Education Center (RMEC)
6880 South Yosemite Court, Centennial, CO 80112
Contact: Tom Clayton, program manager, and Diane Hammond, administrative assistant
Course: Laboratory for Certification of Asphalt Technicians Program: "Asphalt Technician Certification" Streamline (Levels A, B, C, D, E)