Seminar Registration

Consult the schedule below for seminar dates.

COURSE COURSE DESCRIPTION
CPR & First Aid Refresher Every two years this course is a review for those certified in First Aid & CPR. This course reviews: Recognizing Emergencies, Protecting Yourself from Bloodborne Pathogens, Prioritizing Care, Sudden Illnesses, Wounds, Injuries to Muscles/Bones/Joints, and Heat/Cold Emergencies, Rescue Breathing, Cardiac Emergencies, and AED.
Defensive Driving This course is designed to refresh the driver on safe habits. The course focuses on the Distracted Driver, and what we now encounter on the road, The Aggressive Driver, Safe Backing & Parking, Vehicle Positioning, Cushion of Safety, Right-turn Procedures, Scanning, Blind-spots, Safety Devices, Handling Blind-spots, Weather Conditions, Vehicle Inspection, Speeding, Weather Conditions, Tailgating, and Driving in Commercial/Retail Areas.
Developing Safety Recognition
Do you struggle with making changes to your safety training?  Are employees bored with the same training over and over again?  What do you HAVE to do for training each year?  How do you get employees involved?  If you answered yes to any or all of these questions, this seminar is perfect for you.  We will explore what training is required annually and what people need to have refreshers on and how to test their competencies.  We will review several different formats of training on how to “mix things up” with your training.  As well as getting your employees involved!
Ergonomic Principles in Health Care Did you know that 24% of all injuries in healthcare involve the lower back and that the average age of nurses is over 45 years old? We will talk about challenges in this area, discuss ideas for mitigating high-risk factors, including various lifting equipment and we will look at options for effective training, and policy setting.
How Safety Can Affect Your Business in 2017
Whether you have one employee or hundreds, as their employer, you are responsible for their safety.  This seminar will cover all of the latest regulatory information concerning safety, health, and environmental issues in the workplace. You’ll discover dozens of cost-effective ways for getting your organization into compliance, learn how to expand the effectiveness of your safety training program, find out how to keep the meticulous records required by OSHA, and learn how to assess your organization for a variety of hazards. We’ll also show you where to turn for up-to-the-minute information on OSHA’s newest rules and regulations so that you can keep abreast of changes that might affect your work environment.
OSHA 10-Hour Construction Course
This course is ideal for supervisors, foremen, employees, and sometimes even Project Managers. The course focuses on various areas to discuss: Introduction to OSHA, the Competent Person, the General Duty Clause, Hazard Communication, Bloodborne Pathogens, Personal Protective Equipment, Respiratory Protection, Excavation/Trenching, Scaffolding, Fall Protection, Electrical/Lockout-Tagout, Stairways/Ladders, Confined Spaces and Fire Protection/Welding. Upon successful course completion, each attendee will receive a card of completion through the OSHA Training Institute.
OSHA 30-Hour Construction Course This course covers OSHA policies, procedures, and standards, as well as construction safety and health principles.  Topics include scope and application of the OSHA construction standards.  Special emphasis is placed on those areas that are the most hazardous, using OSHA standards as a guide.  Upon successful course completion, the student will receive an OSHA construction safety and health 30-hour course completion card.
OSHA Update
What has changed with OSHA/VOSHA in the past year? This seminar offers what the changes are for OSHA’s requirements. You’ll gain an understanding of the basics of OSHA recordkeeping, review the top 10 most common OSHA violations, get tips for using proactive safety audit tools, and discover smart ways to prevent accidents from happening. A review of “What to do if you are inspected by OSHA/VOSHA” is part of the seminar.
Restaurant Safety What sort of things do we worry about working in restaurants? Back strain, cuts, burns?These along with ergonomic injuries such as slips, trips, and falls, as well as fire and food safety will be discussed in this seminar.

You will learn ways to mitigate these risks as well as training tips to use with your employees to help keep your people safe and injury free in the restaurant industry.

Safety Coaching
Great coaches inspire great achievement. They demand excellence, expect sacrifice, inspire victory, and garner respect. What secrets do great coaches know about motivation? How can you use them to enhance your employees’ performance and productivity? In this seminar, you’ll learn how to motivate your team through proven coaching and management techniques, how to devise a winning strategy, motivate your players, take action steps to improve your leadership, and implement ideas and techniques that will put you in a position to better your team. This seminar is geared towards owners and management to understand how to impact your supervisors and understand their needs for safety for the supervisors at your business.
Safety Orientation
This seminar is excellent for anyone responsible for the orientation process in the workplace.  The seminar will cover how to set up a formal program, what will work best for your company, how to maintain the Orientation Program and Important Ideas to Include, General Safety Rules & Policies, Hazard Communication & Chemical Safety Procedures, Control of Bloodborne Pathogens, Procedures for safety violations, accidents, and near-misses.
Standard First Aid/CPR
This course meets the most recent Guidelines for Basic First Aid & CPR. Standard First Aid Covers: Recognizing Emergencies, Protecting Yourself from bloodborne Pathogens, Prioritizing Care, Sudden Illnesses, Wounds, Injuries to Muscles/Bones/Joints, and Heat/Cold Emergencies. Adult CPR Covers: Recognizing Emergencies, Protecting You, Prioritizing Care, Cardiac Emergencies, and AED. The course is great for First Providers in the workplace.
What to Expect for a VOSHA Inspection
Maintaining a safe workplace environment is more than just good business practice—it’s the law.  It happens all too often: people assume they are in compliance with VOSHA, but during a routine inspection, they are shocked at the number of violations they have racked up (and the hefty fines they’ll have to pay). This seminar takes the guesswork out of VOSHA compliance. You’ll discover smart solutions, “quick fixes,” and preventative measures that will help you maintain a safe working environment and bring your organization up to VOSHA’s stringent safety standards.
Workplace Violence Prevention / ACT 109 Workplace Violence Prevention, teaches employees practical skills to prevent and respond properly to threats, abuse, and violent behavior that employees may face from other employees, customers, vendors, or strangers in their workplace.  According to the National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS), 2 million assaults and threats of violence against Americans at work occur annually.  The seminar will cover how to communicate your organization’s commitment to employee health and safety, give employees practical skills for preventing, responding to, and reporting incidents of workplace violence. Are you affected by ACT 109 relating to safety policies for employees delivering direct social or mental health services?  This seminar will cover the requirements of the ACT.