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Offering a high level of industrial expertise, knowledge & regulatory experience for all types of industrial projects.



Offering extensive on-the-job experience for surges, growth periods & specific project requirements.



Offering an extensive number of training programs designed to help you meet all regulatory requirements.



Rescue Technician Training is available to instruct your employees in equipment, techniques and rescue principles.


One of the most diverse & successful providers of safety & health services in the Southeastern United States.


You are about to undertake a major project that requires planning, staffing, project management, policy creation & training.

Safety Training & Consulting brings a high level of expertise for all types of industrial projects.


You are entering the task phase of a new project & need skill-set-specific personnel on a short-term basis.

Safety Training & Consulting safety experts bring extensive on-the-job experiences for surges, growth & specific project requirements.


Your company must meet mandatory regulatory requirements for safety training to avoid an OSHA audit.

Safety Training & Consulting offers an extensive number of training programs designed to help you meet all regulations.


Rescue Technician Training is available to instruct your employees in equipment, techniques and rescue principles.

Safety Training & Consulting provides comprehensive training, combining the proper use and care of equipment.



Aerial Lifts

Aerial Lifts In 2009 22 workers nationwide suffered a fatal injury while operating an aerial lift. While this equipment can be very useful, it can also be extremely dangerous. Operators are at risk of injury from falls, struck by, caught in between, and electrocution. Aerial lifts have replaced scaffolding and ladders at many job sites. The fact is that many workers are injured or killed on aerial lifts each and every year. Let’s look at things that you should do before operating an aerial lift: Only competent and properly trained personnel should operate aerial lifts. All operators need to be trained on the model of the aerial lift that they will be using. Obstacles should be identified and job site thoroughly inspected prior to working: Verify whether ground is soft, unstable, or uneven. Know what other equipment or workers are on site and where they are. Where are the overhead power lines? Look out for pedestrians and vehicles. You must always, inspect your fall arrest equipment before use. Fall arrest equipment must include a full body harness with appropriate sized lanyard. A body belt with appropriate sized lanyard must only be used as part of a fall restraint system. The size of the lanyard should not allow the worker to come in contact with a lower surface. Be sure that you attach to the anchor point as soon as you enter the work basket. Operating an aerial lift: Aerial Lift Do’s: Always keep your whole body inside of the basket while manoeuvrings near other structures. Identify hazards such as pinch points and getting your body trapped between the lift...

Confined Space

When facilities routinely follow safety guidelines pertaining to confined space entry, they may not realize how often confined space emergencies happen. Here are some statistics from the Department of Labor involving permit required confined space incidents occurring from 2005- 2009. During that time period there were a total of 481 fatalities. This averages to about 96.2 fatalities per year or equal to 1 fatality about every 4 days. This data only covers incidents with at least one fatality or death, so therefore these numbers don’t include all of the incidents that resulted in serious injuries or illnesses. Over 61% of confined space entry fatalities occurred during construction, repairing or cleaning activities. A “confined space” may be basically defined as any area which has limited means of egress and is subject to oxygen deficient atmosphere or to the accumulation of toxic or flammable gases or vapors. Some examples include: Tanks, pits, deep trenches and vaults. Working in any confined space can be very dangerous and a potential killer. A hazardous atmosphere is when oxygen levels are below 19.5% and varieties of gases/vapors may replace the oxygen and/or accumulate to toxic or explosive levels. Any atmosphere containing less than 19.5 % oxygen is considered to be oxygen deficient. Air containing 16 % or less oxygen is lethal. Take the following safety precautions to avoid death or serious injury when working in confined spaces: a. You should never enter any confined space without knowing what is in it, what was in it and what precautions should be taken. b. If time allows then you should, purge the involved space with steam, water,...

Fire Prevention

Fire prevention safety is very commonly overlooked. However it is of special importance during construction. There are considerably more hazards present during construction than will be present in the completed facility. It is very important to pay constant attention to the fundamentals of fire prevention. A fire protection plan should be developed for each job site, containing the following information: • Procedure in place for reporting fires. • A written description and pictorial site map of all fire-fighting equipment locations which describes each floor. As well as emergency escape procedures and routes. • Procedure for accounting for all personnel • Rescue and medical duties, if applicable. All employees, subcontractors, property owners, and the local fire department should review the fire protection plan. The plan shall also be posted in full view of employees. Fire hazard inspections of the entire site shall be made on a regular basis by the site safety officer or superintendent. Immediate corrections shall be made in the case that any deficiencies are discovered. • When welding and cutting in locations that include any type of combustible, particular care should be taken. If cutting and welding are to be done, all surrounding areas must be protected with fire resistive material and an adequate number of approved fire extinguishers must be immediately available. • All flammable and combustible materials shall be stored, piled and handled with due regard to their fire characteristics. • Flammable liquids must be stored in an approved manner and dispensed only in acceptable safety containers. • Welding gases shall be stored in isolated areas and segregated by type of gas. • Debris and...


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