OSHA Safety Certificate Series

OSHA compliance can mean the difference between a safe workplace and one that’s ripe for disaster. You also know how tough it can be to navigate the rules and regulations. Our series helps you take action with the resources you have and is about more than just OSHA standards. We offer scenario-based learning in highly interactive sessions. The content will be based on the OSHA Safety and Health Management Systems Course and will focus on the core elements of an effective safety and health management system.

Cost: $1,495 for AIM Members | $1,795 for Non-members. 
Individual Classes: $195 AIM Members | $235 Non-members.

Dates & Locations 
Each series is held in one location and consists of eight half-day modules that run one day a week, over the course of four weeks. The dates and locations are as follows: 

Want to register for individual classes? Click the date and location link under each class description below. 

Who should attend? 
This highly interactive series is ideal for those with responsibility for their organizational overall safety compliance, programs, and training, and is applicable throughout industries such as manufacturing, distribution, colleges & universities, restaurants, hotels, municipalities, healthcare, construction and non-profits.

The following is just a glimpse of what attendees will experience in our series: 

Class 1: Your Health and Safety Management System

  • Discuss benefits of the 7 core elements of an effective safety and health management system.
  • Gain ideas for getting your employees involved in safety.
  • Review why you should start with a job hazard analysis and effective ways to use it.
  • Outline what role can your safety committee play and tips in building one. 
  • Build a comparison of existing safety and health program standards guidelines 

CEUs
2.0 Hours of Safety and Health Management Training 
1.0 Hour of Job Hazard Analysis Training 

Register for individual classes by clicking on the links below: 
Holyoke 10/2 |  Boston 10/11 | Worcester 10/17 | Mansfield 10/26

Class 2: The OSHA Regulations

  • Review of why OSHA was established and what they enforce.
  • Discover how to best manage a visit from OSHA and how to respond to a citation.
  • Understand how fines are set and how much can you be fined.
  • Review steps to set up a subcontractor relationship and associated risks.
  • Explore a regional emphasis program.
  • Learn how to use and navigate the OSHA website

CEUs 
3.0 Hours of OSHAs Mandatory Introduction for OSHA 10 Certification

Register for individual classes by clicking on the links below: 
Holyoke 10/2Boston 10/11 | Worcester 10/17 | Mansfield 10/26

Class 3: Recordkeeping, Investigations and Inspections

  • Review the recordkeeping requirements for OSHA.
  • Explore required training, how often and who needs to do it.
  • Discuss how to manage an effective near-miss program.
  • Understand how to calculate and present documentation showing the value of safety training in the workplace
  • Learn how to qualify for $25,000 in free safety training funding
  • Clarify what needs to be on an accident investigation report and how it may help abate a citation.
  • Document what you should inspect every week, month, year through a tool to determine your inspection requirements.

CEUs
3.0 Hours in OSHA Recordkeeping Requirements

Register for individual classes by clicking on the links below: 
Holyoke 10/9 | Boston 10/18 | Worcester 10/24 | Mansfield 11/2

Class 4: Personal Protection Equipment, Respiratory Protection and Other Related Requirements

  • Review what PPE employers provide and how to choose the right PPE for your employees.
  • Learn how to determine if you need to do a hearing conservation program. 
  • Review the respiratory standard and choose the right PPE. What type of testing do I need?
  • Outline a medical surveillance program and costs to do it.
  • Understand how to respond to an electronic DOT audit and renewal requirements.

CEUs
1.0 Hour of Respiratory Standard 1910.134 Certificate

Register for individual classes by clicking on the links below: 
Holyoke 10/9 | Boston 10/18 | Worcester 10/24 | Mansfield 11/2

Class 5: Forklift, Crane, Fall Protection and Confined Spaces

  • Outline what documentation is needed and required for training and/or certifications for forklift and cranes.
  • Review fall hazards and options for abatement.
  • Discover what resource you have already.
  • Learn how to determine a confined space, permitted, non-permitted and the program elements.

CEUs
1.0 Hours of Confined Space Standards 1910.146 Training
1.0 Hours of Powered Industrial Trucks 1910.178 and Crane 1910.179 Standards Training
1.0 Hours of Fall Protection Standards Training for General Industry 1910.22, 1910.23,1910.25,1910.27,1910.67and 1910.68

Register for individual classes by clicking on the links below: 
Holyoke 10/16 | Boston 10/25 | Worcester 10/31 | Mansfield 11/9

Class 6: Ergonomics, Health & Wellness, Return to Work Programs

  • Learn what the General Duty Clause means
  • Explore strategies to decrease repetitive motion injuries in the workplace
  • Learn what could be some of the physical requirements for doing the jobs in your organization
  • Understand what OSHA will be looking for in a return to work program.

CEUs
3.0 Hours of Industrial and Office Ergonomics Training 

Register for individual classes by clicking on the links below: 
Holyoke 10/16 | Boston 10/25 | Worcester 10/31 | Mansfield 11/9

Class 7: Emergency Action Planning, Workplace Violence, and Your First Aid Team

  • Learn who needs a written Emergency Action Plan and types of emergencies impacted.
  • Explore the big picture view of planning, assessing, building and maintaining your continuity of operations plan.
  • Review why workplace violence/active shooter is #2 Reason for Workplace Fatalities.
  • Understand the difference between lockdown and barricade. 5. See/Hear Something / Say Something discussion
  • What does a strong first aid program and response team look like?
  • Should you have an Automated External Defibrillation Implementation Program (AED)?
  • Tourniquets and first aid kits conversation.
  • Should you have Narcan training and nasal injectors in your first aid kits?

CEUs
1.0 Hour of Emergency Action Planning Training 1.0 Hour of Continuity of Operations Planning
1.0 Hour of Building and Effective First Responder Team in the Workplace

Register for individual classes by clicking on the links below: 
Holyoke 10/30 | Boston 11/1 | Worcester 11/7 | Milford 11/16

Class 8: Electrical hazards, LockOut, TagOut, Guarding and Hot Work

  • What does an effective LOTO training and program look like?
  • Learn how to eliminate and decrease exposures to electrical hazards.
  • Learn details of machine guarding through a fact sheet with a fun activity.
  • The Dos and Don’ts of hot work. Should it be permitted?
  • Wrap-up of series

CEUs
1.0 Hours of Electrical Safety Standard 1910.303 and NFPA 70e
0.5 Hours of Machine Guarding Standard 1910.212
0.5 Hours of Welding and Hot Work Standard 1910. 252
1.0 Hours of Control of Hazardous Energy Standards 1910.147

Register for individual classes by clicking on the links below: 
Holyoke 10/30 | Boston 11/1 | Worcester 11/7 | Milford 11/16

AIM HR Solutions & Safety Trainers 

For twenty years, Safety Trainers has provided high-quality safety training. AIM HR Solutions is very proud to be collaborating with them to create a new Safety Certificate series for businesses in Massachusetts. Together, we can provide employers with an excellent opportunity to focus on safety within their business, supporting them to build an effective and compliant safety and health management system.
 


 





  

 

Note: The use of this seal confirms that this activity has met HR Certification Institute’s® (HRCI®) criteria for recertification credit pre-approval.
 

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