OSHA! Any lapse in safety training can cost your employees their lives, and OSHA citations can result in considerable fines. By understanding safety you can stay ahead of unsafe situations.  By becoming compliant with OSHA regulations, you can avoid costly fines. This thorough knowledge of compliance can be developed only by quality, in-depth training.  USSI sets high standards in safety training and is recognized nationwide for the ability to develop safety training programs.
OCCUPATIONAL REGULATORY & COMPLIANCE
  - Introduction to OSHA (2-hours)
  Walking and Working Surfaces and Fall                Protection (1-hour)
  - Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, Fire          Prevention, and Fire Protection (1-hour)
  - Electrical (1-hour)
  - Personal Protective Equipment (1-hour)
  - Materials Handling (1/2-hour)
  - Fall Protection (1/2-hour)
  - Hazardous Materials (1/2-hour)
  - Lunch
  - Hazard Communication (1-hour) 
  - Safety and Health Program (1/2-hour)
  - Bloodborne Pathogens (1/2-hour)
  - MSDS (1/2-hour)
Lets get you up and running! Excellent course for the first time Safety Person. Learn where to start,  Book Keeping, Mandatory Safety Reporting, Safety Manuals, Safety Committees, Safety Meetings, Conducting Safety Analysis, Safety Training, and how to find Safety Regulations.
HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL INSTRUCTOR DEVELOPMENT 
Medic First Aid & American Safety & Health Institute Programs
877.877.5055     Five Powerful days of Training & Nine Locations 
Wednesday, 8:00 - 12:00
  - Introduction to OSHA (2-hours)
  - Falls (1.5-hours)
  - Lunch
  - Electrocution (1/2-hour)  
  - Tools - hand and power(1/2-hour)
  - Stairways & Ladders (1/2-hour)
  - Struct-by (e.g., falling objects, trucks, cranes,        other power industrial trucks) (1-hour) 
  - Caught-in or Between (e.g. trench hazards,          equipment)
    (1/2-hour)
  - Excavations (1/2-hour)
  - Material Handling (storage, use, and                     disposal) (1-hour)
  - Lunch
  - Health Hazards (1/2-hour)
  - Personal Protective and Lifesaving                      Equipment (1/2-hour)
  - Health, Safety and MSDS (1-Hour)
Wednesday 8:00 - 12:00
Monday 8:00 & 10:00
8-HOUR REFRESHER COURSE
This 8-hour course fulfills the requirement for hazardous waste workers engaged in remedial activities at hazardous waste sites described under OSHA Regulation 29 CFR 1910.120. It meets the refresher requirement for both the 24 and 40 health and safety training courses.
  MONDAY
  FRIDAY
 THURSDAY
  TUESDAY
  WEDNESDAY
Participants will learn the OSHA requirements, how they affect companies and how to comply with the standards. This course is designed to give the tools and knowledge needed to return to work and teach forklift operators OSHA requirements.
Exposure Control Plan Workshop
OSHA 1910.1030
Using a step-by-step approach, this four-hour workshop will help you develop a Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan. You will leave the class with your Exposure Control Plan in hand. This work-shop requires you to provide your own laptop. The target audience is the program administrator, manager, and Facilitator. You will also learn how to conduct Bloodborne Pathogens Training, as well as train others in your company to present this the program to their departments. 
This course covers OSHA requirements for maintaining and posting records of Occupational Illnesses and Injuries and reporting specifications to OSHA. Upon completion students will be able to identify OSHA requirements for recordkeeping, posting and reporting and to successfully complete OSHA Forms 300, 300A and 301 
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TWO PROGRAMS - 14 Courses in First Aid, CPR & AED, Bloodborne Pathogens, Child/Infant CPR, Emergency Oxygen and Pediatric programs (a total of 14 courses).
As the course progresses, participants are provided with the information, knowledge, skills and techniques needed to design, implement and present Health, Safety & Environmental training programs in their workplaces. The Instructor Trainer provides insight into the development of contemporary and up to date training programs utilizing the traditional classroom, Facilitator Led delivery methods as well as innovative delivery platforms such as blended learning, distance learning and peer to peer methodology. the many varied educational technologies are also explored.
At the conclusion of this course, candidates will be eligible to present classes and issue successful completion cards to their students/employees. Instructions on creating, operating and maintaining your Training Center are included.
 1:00-5:00   Hazard Communication (1910.501)
                    Instructor: Ken Richardson
Certificate Issued
This class covers the necessary elements for the participant to evaluate respiratory hazards present in the workplace. Using 29CFR1910.134 as a basis, this course reviews the OSHA expectations and requirements for an Employee Workplace Respiratory Program. Topics covered include:
- Assessment of the Workplace
- Requirements of a Written Plan
- Overview of the Device Selection                          Process
- Medical Questionnaires and Mask Fit                  Requirements
- Care, Maintenance and Replacement
  of Devices
Addresses OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1200
You will ensure that you and your workers know how to properly identify and label hazardous chemicals in this training program, Erase the mystery with the adoptions of GHS into the United States’ procedure for hazardous communication, it is essential to train workers on the updated system of labeling and classification. Topics covered include:
- Hazardous chemicals in the workplaces 
- Container labels
- Safety data sheets
- Safety checklists
This 2-day classroom based, Master Trainer led Instructor Develop Course is upon materials provided by the Health & Safety Institute. It is designed to permit course participants to become eligible to register as Medic First Aid (MFA) Level 3 and American Safety & Health Institute (ASHI) Level 5 Instructors.
8:00-5:00   First Aid & CPR Trainer Course                             Continued to Level Three
                   Instructors:
                   Dan Rosenthal & Ken Richardson
 12:00-1:00   LUNCH BREAK
8:00-12:00      Fall Protection (1926.501) and 
                        Training Requirements (1926.503)
                        Instructor: TBA
8:00-12:00    Lock/out-Tag/out  (1910.147)
                     Instructor: Dan Rosenthal
8:00-12:00   PPE and Life Saving Equipment                          Eye and Face Protection                                        (1926.102)
                    Instructor: TBA
1:00-5:00    Permit Required Confined Spaces                      (1910.146)
                    Instructor: TBA
8:00-12:00   General Industry  (Continued)
                    Instructor: Dan Rosenthal
8:00-5:00   First Aid & CPR / AED 
                  INSTRUCTOR Development Course                       Level One  and Level Five
                   Instructor: Dan Rosenthal 
1:00-5:00   Recordkeeping for OSHA &                                   Regulatory Compliance (1910.134)
                   Instructor: Dan Rosenthol
8:00-12:00   Summit Training Source
                     & Training Techniques
                     Facilitator / Instructor:
                     Ken Richardson
 1:00-5:00   Bloodborne Pathogen
                   INSTRUCTOR COURSE &                            Exposure Control Workshop
                    Instructor: Ken Richardson
 7:00-8:00   Registration, Welcome to Safety
 8:00-5:00   10-Hour General Industry
                    Instructor: Dan Rosenthal
 8:00 & 10:00   FREE SEMINAR
                        Start-Up Business Opportunity
                        Presentation by: Ken Richardson
 8:00-5:00   8 Hour HAZWOPER Refresher
                   Instructor: TBA
12:00-1:00   LUNCH BREAK
1:00-5:00   Safety for the Beginner                                       Program Development
                   (Prerequisite)
                   Recordkeeping on Tuesday
                   Instructor: Ken Richardson
8:00-10:00   Forklift Training 3-Year Renewal                              (1910.178)

8:00-5:00   FORKLIFT INSTRUCTOR COURSE
                   Instructor: Ken Richardson
1:00-5:00   Respiratory Protection
                   Instructor: Dan Rosenthal
12:00-1:00   LUNCH BREAK
12:00-1:00   LUNCH BREAK
12:00-1:00   LUNCH BREAK
Tuesday 8:00 - 12:00
7:00-8:00   Registration, Welcome to Safety
 7:00-8:00   Registration, Welcome to Safety
7:00-8:00   Registration, Welcome to Safety
7:00-8:00   Registration, Welcome to Safety
1:00-5:00   SUBJECT OPEN 
                   Instructor: TBA
8:00-12:00  First Aid-CPR-AED
                    Instructor: Ken Richardson
8:00-12:00   SUBJECT OPEN
                    Instructor: TBA
Monday 1:00 - 5:00
 Tuesday 1:00 - 5:00
DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES 
Start your Own Health, Safety and Environmental Training Business.  No previous business experience is required, and business operation cost is substantially lower than many other start-ups.  In addition, you will enjoy working in a professional environment. 
This is the ideal business for an individual, couple, or a team of employees. Work from home, small office, or set up a training center location.
There has never been a better time than now to become a independent Health and Safety Training Center. Each training center can be customized to individual needs. Health and Safety Training is our only business. 
LIMITED SEATING  
Tuesday 8:00 - 12:00
Tuesday 1:00 - 5:00 
Tuesday 1:00 - 5:00
Wednesday 8:00 - 5:00
Thursday 8:00 - 5:00
In this class you will learn what safety programs are needed for compliance, how to present and conduct safety training and new techniques. Programs that will make you shine. Laptop helpful but not necessary.
Wednesday, 1:00 - 5:00
Wednesday 1:00 - 5:00
Certificate Issued
Thursday 8:00 - 10:00
Instructor Certificate Issued
Certificate Issued
New 3-Year Card Issued
Thursday, 8:00 - 12:00
Thursday, 1:00 - 5:00
Friday, 8:00 - 12:00
Friday, 1:00 - 5:00
Friday, 1:00 - 5:00
Day One
...Continued Day Two
Free Seminar!
FIRST AID-CPR-AED
​This is a combined adult CPR, AED, and First Aid training program designed specifically for the occupational first aid provider. This extremely flexible program will help employers meet OSHA and other federal and state regulatory requirements for training employees how to respond and care for medical emergencies at work. Class topics includes:
- Primary Assessment & Shock
- Recovery Position
- Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
- Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
- Choking
- Control of ​Bleeding
- Secondary Assessments
Confined Space Entry
Permit Required 
This thorough review of the typical scenarios that rescue workers may encounter is presented with live action footage. Your rescue team and emergency response personal learn best safety practices and proven procedures to recover injured or incapacitated workers.
Real experiences are used to train workers on the hazards of working in a confined space and the importance of following proper entry procedures. Your workers will learn:
This program includes:
• Rescue pre-planning and training 
• Proper use of safety and rescue equipment
• Hazards of permit-required spaces
• Definition of a confined space
• Proper entry procedures including permits, monitoring, and PPE
• Associated hazards and responsibilities
Certificate Issued
LockOut/TagOut: Affected Employees
Addresses OSHA 29 CFR 1910.147
With the latest up-to-date information on Lockout/Tagout, this program provides employees with information on how to reduce injuries caused by improper procedures while working with machines. This program is ideal for all affected employees and includes training on:
Comply with OSHA training requirements while motivating workers to recognize the potential hazards of stored energy and follow established safety procedures to reduce energy release accidents in your plant.
• Importance of lockout/tagout
• Responsibilities of affected personnel
• Overview of lockout/tagout procedures

• What is an authorized employee
• Preparing for lockout
• Best safety practices
• Additional procedures
• De-energizing and restoring equipment to service
• Additional Safety measures
• Working as a group 
• Lock out/Tagout
• Finding all energy sources 
Instructor Certificate Issued
REGULATORY COMPLIANCE
Certificate Issued
Certificate Issued
2-Year Certification Issued
Certificate Issued
PROGRAM WORKSHOP
Certificate Issued
Certificate Issued
Thursday                                                   Friday
​National Programs / 2-Year Instructor Certificate Issued
3-YEAR RENEWAL COURSE
 FORKLIFT &
 POWERED INDUSTRIAL TRUCKS
Certificate Issued
Certificate Issued
Friday 8:00 - 12:00
1:00-5:00   SUBJECT OPEN
                   Instructor: TBA
Tuesday 8:00 - 12:00
Monday 8:00 - 5:00 &
Receive OSHA 10 Hour Card
Receive OSHA 10 Hour Card
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PERMIT REQUIRED
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Certificate Issued
Certificate Issued
​$200
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Certificate Issued
​$200
​$125
Day One
Monday 8:00 - 5:00 &
Tuesday 8:00 - 12:00
Receive OSHA 10 Hour Card
...Continued Day Two
Tuesday 8:00 - 12:00
Receive OSHA 10 Hour Card

Las Vegas
January 25-29 2021
Oklahoma City
October 25-29 2021
San Bernardino
June 14-18 2021
Albuquerque
February 22-26 2021
Phoenix
March 15-19 2021
Houston
April 26-30 2021
Dallas
August 16-20 2021
New Oleans
September 20-24 2021
Salt Lake City
July 12-16 2021
 8:00-5:00   10-Hour Construction
                    Instructor: TBA
8:00-12:00   Costruction  (Continued)
                    Instructor: TBA
1:00-5:00     SUBJECT OPEN
                    Instructor: TBA
Taking Control
Address OSHA 29 CFR 1910.23, 1910.66, 1910.67, 1910.132,1926.501, and 1926.502
Using several different types of fall arrest equipment in worksites across the country creates an awareness and respect for the potential hazard with your employees. Eliminate fall incidents from occurring at your facility, keep your worker safe and protected from falls. Fall protection such as fall arrest systems, fall restraint systems, guardrails, safety nets, covers, and warning line systems provide effective protection when used properly:
• Anchor Points
• Full body harness
• Rope grabs 
• Lanyards
• Lifelines
• Fall hazards
• Inspection of equipment
• Fall arrest components
• Systems use & maintenance
BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS
OSHA 10-HOUR GENERAL INDUSTRY
OSHA 10-HOUR (GENERAL)
HAZWOPER
FIRST AID, CPR, AED, PLUS MORE
INSTRUCTOR COURSE 
OSHA 10-HOUR CONSTRUCTION 
BUSINESS START-UP 
HAZARD COMMUNICATION  
OSHA 10-HOUR (CONSTRUCTON)
FIRST AID-CPR-AED
INSTRUCTOR COURSE
CONFINED SPACE
RECORDKEEPING OSHA
LOCKOUT  TAGOUT
SUMMIT SAFETY
RESPIRATORY PROTECTION
SAFETY for the BEGINNER
FORKLIFT OPERATOR
FORKLIFT INSTRUCTOR
FALL PROTECTION
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
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2021 SAFETY WEEK
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Regulatory & Compliance
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