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Your OSHA compliance and safety training agency...  

Safety is a state of mind. A well-tuned safety program continues to thrive and evolve way past the time the OSHA inspector leaves. Our hope at Stebbins Safety Services is to be able to provide training courses, consulting, and direction to not only make your safety program compliant with OSHA, but also to make your employees enjoy safety and adopt it as a state of mind.

   

Who Should Attend?

  • Safety, Health and Environmental Professionals

  • Supervisors, Middle Upper Management

  • Safety Personnel, Instructors, Managers and Supervisors responsible for OSHA compliance in their companies

  • Safety Committee Members

  • Safety and Loss Control Professionals

  • All employees interested in maintaining safe and healthy workplaces

 


Confined Space Entry - This program will provide basic awareness training for individuals who must function in permit-required confined spaces. The program details the definition of confined space, associated hazards, and various procedures for functioning within these areas. The course is suitable for those functioning as entrants, attendants, and supervisors.

 

OSHA NOTE: CFR 1910.146 requires training for individuals functioning in general industry who must enter permit-required confined spaces as part of their work.

 

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Bloodborne Pathogens -This program is designed to meet OSHA's requirements for training in prevention of transmission of fluidborne diseases. It discusses the transmission of HIV and Hepatitis B, avoidance strategies, vaccination, disposal of medical waste, and other compliance topics.

 

OSHA NOTE: CFR 1910.1030 requires training for individuals who may have an exposure to blood or certain types of bodily fluid during the course of their work duties.

 

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Basic First Aid - An awareness course detailing management of basic injuries such as broken bones, bleeding, and burns, and medical emergencies such as diabetes, seizures, and heart attack. A suitable course for new parents, daycare providers, and others interested in basic emergency management

 

Typical Audience: Daycare providers, concerned citizens, corporate first aid providers, general industry workers.

 

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Advanced First Aid - A detailed course outlining treatment of patients suffering a wide variety of injury and medical problems, vital signs, and oxygen administration. Advanced first aid relies heavily on practical sessions where students demonstrate and refine skills by treating simulated patients. Ideal choice for municipal responders, MERT teams, and others needing more sophisticated training.

 

Typical Audience: Corporate first aid providers, general industry workers.

 

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CPR (Adult) - Background on heart attack and stroke, information on healthy heart living, and techniques for adult CPR (anyone above the age of 8). Management for a choking adult is also taught.

 

Typical Audience: Concerned citizens, security staff, general corporate or industrial workers.

 

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CPR (Infant & Child) - Background on child safety and injury prevention, common pediatric problems and techniques for Infant & Child CPR (ages 0 - 8). Management for choking is also taught. Popular with new parents, grandparents, and daycare providers - 4 - 5 Hours

 

Typical Audience: Daycare providers, parents, and grandparents

 

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Electrical Safety Training - Course covers fundamentals of electricity, human anatomy & physiology of electrical shock, lockout/tagout, 29 CFR 1910 & 1926 regulations, temporary power, underground, high & low voltages, GFCI, proximity to power lines, di-electric PPE including FR treated clothing, grounding & testing. Application of Qualified and Competent Person will be a high focus of this training.

 

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