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Where do you live (city, state, country)?
Fort Myers, Florida - USA
What industry do you work in?
Safety
What is your job title?
President
What company do you work for or associate with?
U.S. Safety
Do you currently use or recommend Personal Protective Equipment?
Yes
How did you find our online community?
Steven Ambers, a fellow ASSE Member
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Other
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We help client determine exposures, risk hazards, employees knowledge and compliance. When issues are identified, appropriate training, protocols and procedures are established to obtain and maintain compliance.


EM-385 TRAINING with FREE
OSHA 30 HOUR CERTIFICATION

Purpose of Training:

This course is for contractors, military and government employees who enforce or must comply with the EM 385-1-1 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Safety and Health Requirements, the military’s version of the OSHA Safety Standards. U.S. Safety’s interactive, multi-media training will encompass the procedures and protocols of the Navy (NAVFAC) and USACE, their required paperwork (forms), and will summarize the EM 385-1-1 Safety and Health Regulations.

This course is mandatory for SSHOs (Site Safety & Health Officers) and for other key personnel, including Project Managers, Superintendents, and those designated as alternate SSHOs working on any NAVFAC and most USACE Projects who cannot quantify their required years of safety experience.

Every contract U.S. Safety has reviewed from the USACE for the Southeastern United States has also required the OSHA 30 hour construction certification. Since there are many similarities in the training U.S. Safety will provide the 30 Hour OSHA Construction Card for free, with the participants attending an additional 4 hours of training.

EM 385 SAFETY HAZARD AWARENESS - TWO DAY/16 HOUR WORKSHOP

U.S. Safety’s Two Day, 16 Hour Workshop is designed to meet the requirements in the Unified Facilities Guide Specification (UFGS) 01 35 26 (2009) for training of key contractor personnel who will be working on US Military Installations or USACE Projects. The course will review the content and structure of the USACE Engineering Manual “EM-385-1-1-2008 Safety and Health Requirements” with emphasis on the topics listed in UFGS 01 35 26. It includes workshop sessions on using the Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA) forms and developing a Site-Specific Accident Prevention Plan (APP) per the instructions in Appendix A of the EM-385 Manual.

Includes copy of EM-385 Manual. Prerequisite: OSHA 30 HOUR $500.00

EM-385 SAFETY HAZARD AWARENESS & OSHA 30 HOUR - 5 DAY SAFETY CLASS/ (44 HOURS)

U.S. Safety’s Four Day, 40 Hour Workshop is designed to teach the procedures necessary to comply with NAVFAC/USACE Contracts and the Safety & Health Requirements of the EM 385 (2008). Topics include: Preparation of Site-Specific Accident Prevention Plan (APP), Site Safety Health Officer's (SSHO) Qualifications & Responsibilities, Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA) forms & development, Site Personnel Training, Incident Response, Job Site Auditing, & Hazard Communication. Upon completion, students receive an official EM 385 Training Certificate (4 Days, 40 Hours).

Participants opting to attend day 5 for an additional 4 hour seminar can obtain the OSHA 30 Hour Card for Construction. Topics will be a 2 hour Introduction to OSHA and a 2 hour review of the differences in OSHA and EM 385-1-1 Standards

Includes copy of EM-385 Manual & copy of OSHA 1926 Manual $895.00

REGISTER Today!! For more information contact Sandy in our training department at 239-601-6495 or frank@ussafety.us. Please visit us on the web at: www.ussafety.us

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At 4:12pm on September 2, 2009, ELIZABETH D. said…
What's happening Frank? How are things going?
Liz
At 9:40am on April 16, 2009, Ken Oswald said…
Frank, Welcome to the community. I think you will find it has wonderful safety professionals, great networks, groups, forums and blogs. Again welcome.
At 8:52am on April 16, 2009, Troy Taylor said…
Frank, Welcome to the Community! Check out Best Practices when you get a chance and join the group. It would be great to have you as a member. Thanks!
At 10:32pm on April 15, 2009, John Miley said…
Frank, welcome to the Safety Community. I hope you will find the Safety Community to be a tremendous resource to meet your goals. If you have the time, we would benefit from your knowledge and experience with Forum discussion(s).
 
 
 

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