Industrial Safety Training

Industrial Safety Training is designed to assist employers in implementing a successful safety and health training program for their employees, whether it’s through OSHA, MSHA, PEC, or NCCER.  Developing and implementing new safety programs, maintaining their effectiveness, and meeting regulatory compliance is just part of Industrial Safety Training’s goals.

Over the 2012-2013 fiscal year IST has provided:

1)      3,253 students have received safety training (this doesn’t include NCCER)

2)      228 Students receive their NCCER (National Center for Construction and Educational Research) Certificate

  • 21 received their Safety Orientation Certification
  • 1 received his Electrical Certification
  • 200 Received their Core Curriculum Certification
  • 6 Received their Carpentry Certification

3)      73 students took NCCER Assessments for either Pipeline, Boilermaker, or Industrial Electrician certification.  NCCER offers various different assessments.  To see the list of assessments available go to our website.

**Don’t forget about the new Hazard Communication Standard regarding Safety Data Sheets (SDS) information formally known as Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)?  SDS provides information on chemical products that help employees and employers to make risk assessments when handling chemicals.  SDS requires 16 components describing the hazards the chemical presents, and gives information on handling, storage, and emergency precautions in case of an accident.  Employers are required to have employees trained by Dec. 31, 2013.**

To schedule training please call 307-789-5742 ext. 113, or visit our website www.industrialsafetytraining.org for additional training IST provides.

Industrial Safety Training

OSHA estimates that 40 million American workers may potentially be exposed to hazardous chemicals in their workplace. These workers fall under the “Right to Know” requirements contained in the hazardous communications regulations and must be trained in HazCom. Have you heard about the new Hazard Communication Standard regarding Globally Harmonized Systems (GHS) regarding Safety Data Sheets (SDS) information formally known as Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)?  OSHA is now requiring all workers exposed to any hazardous chemicals be trained to the new hazardous communications regulations by December 1, 2013.

IST’s course will cover the elements that address the OSHA training requirements for GHS in their Session 1 training. The course length is approximately three hours. Topics covered will include:

  • HazCom
    • Employer requirements under GHS
    • Why GHS is important to workers
    • Use of pictograms in classifying hazards
    • Elements of GHS-compliant labels
    • Elements of GHS-Compliant safety data sheets
  • Fall Protection
  • Ladders
  • Scaffolding

Let our program help increase your employee’s knowledge and help develop a program for employers that will teach, train, and prepare those IST serve to achieve a safer and healthier workplace.  To schedule training please call 307-789-5742 ext. 113, or visit our website www.industrialsafetytraining.org for additional training IST provides.

Industrial Safety Training

Industrial Safety Training is designed to assist employers in implementing a successful safety and health training program for their employees, whether it’s through OSHA, MSHA, PEC, or NCCER.  Developing and implementing new safety programs, maintaining their effectiveness, and meeting regulatory compliance is just part of Industrial Safety Training’s goals.

Have you heard about the new Hazard Communication Standard regarding Safety Data Sheets (SDS) information formally known as Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)?  SDS provides information on chemical products that help employees and employers to make risk assessments when handling chemicals.  SDS requires 16 components describing the hazards the chemical presents, and gives information on handling, storage, and emergency precautions in case of an accident.  Employers are required to have employees trained by Dec. 31, 2013.

Let our program help increase your employee’s knowledge and help develop a program for employers that will teach, train, and prepare those IST serve to achieve a safer and healthier workplace.  To schedule training please call 307-789-5742 ext. 113, or visit our website www.industrialsafetytraining.org for additional training IST provides.

Upcoming Safety Events:

Stop by our booth April 20th from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Emergency Preparedness Fair. Industrial Safety Training will be providing hands on AED training.  Come join in learning what you can do in the event of an emergency.