Industrial Safety Training

OSHA 10 & OSHA 30

The OSHA 10 & 30 is an Outreach Training Program. It was designed to provide information to workers and employers, in the basics of occupational safety and health. OSHA 10 is intended for entry level workers while OSHA 30 is more appropriate for supervisors or workers with some safety responsibility. These courses help to ensure that workers are more knowledgeable about workplace hazards and their rights.

Trenching & Excavating

This Trenching and Excavation Awareness Course is designed for anybody who will need to work in or around trenches, holes, or below-ground areas.  This course provides a basic knowledge of concepts such as soil types and testing, trench collapses and protection and safe work practices. (OSHA 29 CFR 1926.650)

Qualified Rigging & Signaling Person

This Qualified Rigging and Signaling Person Course will address basic types of slings and rigging hardware as well as the principles, practices and techniques of basic rigging. Also covered, is the importance of effective communication between the signal person and the crane operator. (OSHA 296-155.)  This course requires both written competency and a practical evaluation.


This program is designed for all authorized employees who service or maintain equipment, as well as equipment operators and any other affected employees who work in the area where lockout tagout is being performed. Ensure the safety of employees by educating them on the proper Lockout Tagout Procedures. OSHA 29 CFR 1910.147(c)(7) / WAC 296-803

• Training Requirements
• Energy Control Program
• Energy Control Devices
• Energy Control Procedures
• Applying Lockout/Tagout Devices
• Stored Energy
• Removing Energy Control Devices
• Temporary Energization
• Shift or Personnel Changes
• Group Lockout/Tagout
• Outside Employees
• Emergency Procedures

Incipient Fire

Employees will learn the different characteristics of fire behavior and be trained on appropriate response skills that are necessary to fight and control fires that are in the beginning or incipient stage. This course will meet and exceed the Washington State and OSHA training requirement for employers with workplaces equipped with portable fire extinguishers OSHA 29 CFR 1910.157 / WAC 296-304-01019

• Data and Statistics of Fires
• Fire Science & Behavior
• Stages of Fire
• Classes of Fire and how they are fought
• Fire Extinguisher Types and Identification
• Review of Current Fire Equipment Installed at Your Facility
• Inspection, Maintenance and Testing
• Review of Procedures and Evacuation Routes During Emergencies
• Reporting a Fire
• Live Fire Training

Fire Extinguisher Service

• Annual and Monthly Extinguisher Service
• Extinguisher Recharge & Repair
• Extinguisher Sales & Installation


 Flagging/Traffic Control

Covers basic knowledge, information and awareness for individuals to direct traffic or set-up traffic control devices within the State of Washington and perform flagging and traffic control job duties safely. The program covers the topics in the Evergreen Safety Council Flagger Handbook. This course is recognized by the Washington State Traffic Control Oversight Committee. Flagger certification earned in this course is good for three years and is recognized in Oregon and Idaho. WAC 296-155-305

Evergreen Safety Council Handbook

• Flagger Training Requirements
• Flagger Qualifications/Responsibilities
• Positioning for Safety
• Motorists’ Safety
• Flagging Signals
• Temporary Traffic Control Zone
• Road Signs
• Channelization and Devices Used
• Night Traffic Control
• Pavement Markings & Special Lighting
• Flagging on High Speed Roads/Freeway Flagging
• Flagging at Intersections
• Utility Flagging
• Surveying Along the Centerline
• Emergency Response Flagging

Additional Related Courses & Programs Available:

• Pilot Car Operator

Confined Space

Entry, Attendant, Supervisor
Students will learn safe confined space practices, space evaluation, and overall dangerous job detail in or around confined spaces. Curriculum also includes atmospheric evaluation as well as IDLH scenarios for an interactive experience with students. Students will benefit in identification of confined spaces, proper procedures when working in and around confined spaces, and what to do should an emergent situation arise. Students who complete this class are better equipped to perform work duties while understanding their role at the awareness level for entry, attendant, and supervising. OSH 29 CFR 1910.146 / WAC 296-809

Operations & Rescue
This confined space entry rescue course trains individuals how to conduct rescues in their location’s permit-required confined spaces. Course consists of classroom discussion and demonstration, knot tying techniques, air monitoring, inspecting and maintaining equipment and a full day of conducting practice entry and rescue. OSH 29 CFR 1910.146 APP F / WAC 296-305-0511

Recommended Courses:

• Trauma First Aid & Patient Packaging

Fall Protection & Prevention

This course is designed for employees exposed to the hazards of working at height. Students will be educated on proper fall protection practices, rescue plans, types of fall protection, and when and where to use fall protection equipment. OSHA 29 CFR 1926.503WAC 296-155-24505

• Rules and Regulations
• Personal protective equipment requirements
• Equipment inspection
• Anchorage techniques for fall arrest systems
• Training requirements
• Types of fall hazards
• Types of fall protection
• Criteria of work and height where fall protection is required
• Fall protection systems and methods