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TYPES ONSITE TRAINING PRESENTED By H.A.S.C.A.T.S., Inc.
HASCATS has been doing onsite industrial safety training for over 20 years. Ronnie Fulcher, owner of HASCATS, does training for some of Mississippi's largest industrial facilities and has been doing OSHA & safety related seminars for the Mississippi Manufacturers Association for over 10 years.
HASCATS' onsite training is available for companies who need training for 10 or more employees on any of the topics/programs listed alphabetically below. Also, if your company has some employees that need training on a particular topic and another industry in your town or area needs to get some of thier employees trained on the same topic, HASCATS will be glad to work out the details. HASCATS' training cources are energetic, interactive and to the point. These classes are designed to get your facility in compliance with OSHA and make your company a safer environment for all of your employees.
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Training for upper management, designed to help you create a program for the internal investigation of all work-site
related accidents and injuries.
Onsite class to help you implement a program, boyh action and written, that will cover all aspects
of the OSHA bloodborne pathogen standards.
CONFINED SPACE ENTRY
We can provide training, assistance and general understanding
of confined space hazards and the general requirements of the OSHA Confined Space Standard.
Designed to help give
you an understanding of when fall protection is required and how and to use fall protection equipment. HASCATS can inspect your current
fall protection equipment, use procedures and written program to help get you OSHA compliant.
for the Department of Transportation's HAZMAT Training regulation on Handling and Transporting Hazardous Materials, this training
course "DOT HAZMAT" focuses on employees who handle as well as transport hazardous materials. The course reviews a number of topics
aimed at making employees more aware of situations in which they may encounter hazardous chemicals... and the nature of the hazards
associated with the chemicals.
Training and assistance to get you OSHA compliant with all forklifts and forklift
GENERAL IND. 10 & 30
This course focuses on basic OSHA regulatory requirements and is aimed at the novice safety
professional, safety committees, and supervisors. The content will apply to general industry (Part 1910). Participants will gain a
better understanding of how to identify specific safety and health issues, the regulations that govern them, and the most common violations
in each area. Topics include:
1. The OSHA ACT
2. Employee and Employer Rights and Responsibilities
3. OSHA record keeping requirements
4. Overview of terminology
5. Inspections, citations and penalties
6. Walking and working surfaces
7. Fire protection
8. Electrical safety
9. Hazardous materials
10. Materials handling
11. Machine guarding
12. Locating and interpreting standards
HAZCOM is and how to use it. Understand the language of hazard communication correctly and getting OSHAcompliant.
24 & 40 HOUR
HASCATS offers the 8, 24 & 40 hour courses. We will help you better understand what HAZWOPER means, the purpose
of the OSHA HAZWOPER standard the requirements associated with safety and health training and medical surveillence.
If you are a safety, health and/or environmental professional or manager who has industrial hygiene responsibilities but limited
training or experience in this area, attend the Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene course.Upon completion of the Fundamentals of Industrial
Hygiene course, you'll be able to:
1. Recognize potential and existing chemical, physical, ergonomic, and biological hazards.
general engineering and administrative controls.
3. Conduct an industrial hygiene walk-through survey.
you become compliant with government standards and make safety recommendations in regards to the control and safety of hazardous energy.
This course is ideal for employees who are responsible for maintaining the OSHA 300 log, supervisors/managers with overall
responsibility, and anyone wanting knowledge of OSHA record keeping requirements. This recordkeeping course is a thorough training
on the requirements under 29CFR 1904. When the course is completed, students should know the following: * OSHA rules and regulations,
* How to fill out the OSHA 300 log, 300-A, and OSHA 301, * How to establish work relationships, * The difference between first aid
vs. medial treatment, * How and when to count lost time vs. restricted work and job transfer days, * Major changes in the recordkeeping
guidelines, * An understanding of the new definitions.
PERSONAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT
This training provides your supervisors and
employees a general understanding of all types of PPE, correct usage and what OSHA would be looking for.
training will provide a good understanding of a variety of respirators and the proper methods of use and care for respirators.
How to correctlyprotect yourself from hazardous levels of noise in the workplace and what is a company's responsibility
in regards to noise levels.
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