OSHA & Safety Training

OSHA & Safety Training

Customized Classes

OSHAKishwaukee College Business Development offers a variety of health and safety training and OSHA compliance topics. Our staff will work with your business to provide instructors, materials, and other components that will meet and exceed your high standards.

Jeff ClarkOne of our popular safety course trainers is Jeff Clark. Jeff has over 20 years of experience as a safety and health instructor.  He has developed, written, and delivered myriad customized programs meeting OSHA requirements and standards and he employs innovative, hands-on training techniques designed for the adult learner.

Some of the most popular safety classes are 10-Hour OSHA, Electrical Safety - ARC Flash, DOT Hazmat and Forklift Operation Safety. Classes are available at Kishwaukee College or can be delivered at your location.

Open Enrollment Classes


10 Hour General Industry Training
 
February 22 & 23, 2018
Jeff Clark , Instr.
$299
 
A-1222
8am-4pm
8am-12:30pm

This is the perfect class for someone new in the field of safety and health. Participants learn the major provisions of the Occupational Safety and Health Act. Primary topics include the inspection and citation process, working and walking surfaces, emergency plans and exit routes, the new GHS material safety data sheets and labeling, electrical safety, and machine guarding and updated changes to the illness and injury recordkeeping. This course can be customized to meet participants’ needs.

REQUIREMENT: Class participants must present a Photo ID to earn the OSHA 10 Hour General Industry card upon completion of this class.

10 Hour Construction Industry Training
 
January 25 & 26
Jeff Clark , Instr.
$299
 
A-1222
8am-4pm
8am-12:30pm

Participants will learn the major provisions of the Occupational Safety and Health in the Construction Industry. Primary topics include; the inspection and citation process, working and walking surfaces including ladders and scaffolds, hazardous materials, fall protection, electrical safety, material handling and more. Additional topics can be customized to meets the participants needs.

REQUIREMENT: Class participants must present a Photo ID to earn the OSHA 10 Hour Construction Industry card upon completion of this class.

OSHA General Industry Plus
 
February 5, 2018
Jeff Clark , Instr.
$199
 
A-1222
8am-2pm

This program is an extension of the OSHA 10 Hour course. A review of the new or updated OSHA regulations and more in-depth discussion of chemical inventories, selection of personal protective equipment, and lock-out tag-out programs. It is recommended that the participant have completed the OSHA 10 Hour General Industry training but not required.

Forklift Operation Safety Train-the-Trainer
 
March 13, 2018
Jeff Clark , Instr.
$149
 
C-1203
9am-12pm

OSHA defines a powered industrial truck as a “mobile, power propelled truck used to carry, push lift, stack, or tier material.” Manual operated pallet movers, earth moving and agricultural equipment is not covered by this regulation. This additional class will review the Powered Industrial Truck Training Standard and include the requirements for an in-house training program.

This program will cover the classroom requirements for forklift operations including inspection and material handling. Also included is training for employees receiving or shipping hazardous materials DOT 49 CFR hazardous materials table, packaging of materials, shipping papers and other documentation. This class will end with demonstrations on the cleanup of minor chemical spills of battery acid, oils and fuels used in powered industrial trucks.

DOT HAZ MAT training
 
March 13, 2018
Jeff Clark , Instr.
$149
 
C-1203
1pm-4pm

The Department of Transportation requires training for employees receiving or shipping hazardous materials. This training includes new changes in the 49 CFR hazardous materials table, packaging of materials, shipping papers and other documentation, and recognizing potential hazardous conditions when receiving packages. Participants are encouraged to bring list of products they ship or receive and samples of shipping papers. Review of the Emergency Response Guidebook will also be included.

This training is recommend for persons that:

  • Selects a hazardous materials packaging

  • Marks a package to indicate that it contains a hazardous material

  • Labels a package to indicate that it contains a hazardous material

  • Prepares a hazardous materials shipping document

  • Loads or unloads hazardous materials for the purpose of transportation

  • Operates a vehicle used to transport hazmat

 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Contact Information

Melissa Gallagher
Coordinator, Short-Term Training and Continuing Education 
815-825-9466
mgallagher1@kish.edu