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Distance Learning and Continuing Education Programs for
Professional Education and Work Force Development
Health, Safety, Laboratory Safety, OSHA, Hazwoper,
Hazardous Communications, First Responder, Confined Space

 

New Program - OSHA Training Course for Well Drillers (0il and Gas Industry- 4 hour course)


MSHA Part 46 Training Courses

OSHA 10 Hour Construction Program
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recommends Outreach Training Program courses as an orientation to occupational safety and health for workers. And while workers may need additional training based on OSHA standards and the specific hazards of their jobs, RedVector’s OSHA-online 10-Hour Construction Industry Outreach Training program can help inject entry-level workers with critical knowledge on a variety of OSHA-regulated safety and health topics.  OSHA Underground Construction

OSHA Refresher
The goal of this OSHA mandated training is to provide personnel involved with the clean-up of hazardous waste sites the knowledge to safely work in a hazardous environment. This course is intended to assist in satisfying the annual training requirement of the Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) rule, found in Title 29 of the Code of Federal Regulations Part 1910.120.  

OSHA - 10 hour Outreach Training Program
OSHA - 30 hour Outreach Training Program
NFPA- 70e Electrial Safety Training
Confined Space Training

First Responder Training Program
The Emergency Management Training for First Responders Online Program will give you the necessary skills and understanding of the issues and concepts surrounding emergency management to prepare you for a career in this field.

Excavation Safety and Shoring/OSHA
 New construction projects usually involve excavation for utilities or foundations.  The safety of personnel in excavations is regulated by OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration).  If personnel enter a trench that is over 5 feet in depth*,  a OSHA excavation safety plan is needed.  OSHA dictates standards for shoring, sloped sidewalls, hazardous atmosphere, access, and other aspects of excavation projects.  OSHA Fatal Accidents & Prevention

OSHA Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Elevators & Conveyors
This online course is a brief review of Regulations regarding cranes, derricks, hoists, elevators, and conveyors as posted under Subpart N, Part 1926, from OSHA’s Safety and Health Regulations for Construction. The course is broken into three sections:
Cranes and Derricks, Helicopters, Material Hoists, Personnel Hoists, and Elevators, and
Base-mounted Drum Hoists, Overhead Hoists, and Conveyors

Certificate in Electrical Safety & Essentials
The Certificate consists of 13 courses making up 37 hours and begins with a look at basic electrical concepts, blueprint reading, and electrical tools. It spends a significant amount of time on safety issues from working with electricity to fall protection to back safety. It wraps up with a detailed look at the 2011 National Electrical Code changes.

Safety: Welding Part 1 - Gas Cylinders & Oxy-fuel Systems
Welding and cutting are processes used in manufacturing to join and separate pieces of metal by heating them to their melting point. These processes are also commonly used in construction, demolition, maintenance, and repair work.  Part II

Toxic Mold Detection, Prevention, & Remediation
Although we cannot yet prove scientifically that exposure to mold causes specific illnesses in people, we have a large body of evidence that supports this cause and effect relationship. For this reason, many U.S. and Canadian health and safety agencies have developed recommended procedures for handling indoor mold problems. This 4-hour interactive online course is a collection of these recommendations, including methods for assessing the magnitude of a mold problem, controlling the growth of mold, and planning and executing a mold cleanup project. Toxic Mold: Regulations & Liability Issues

Asbestos Management
This three hour online interactive course is based on the Environmental Protection Agency’s Handbook for Managing Asbestos in Place. Asbestos containing materials are still found in hundreds of thousands of buildings, so it is important for members of the construction industry to know how to deal with it. Asbestos is dangerous when its fibers are released into the air, so removing the asbestos is not always the best course of action. This course focuses on how to start and run a successful asbestos operations and maintenance program. Plus - Asbestos: What Is It and Who Should Remove It?

We are in the process of adding more.