Aerial & Scissor Lift Operator

Course Length – 4 Hours

Language : English

• Review of construction requirements
• Review of current ANSI Standards
• Fall Protection requirements
• Personal Fall Arrest Systems
• Fall Restraint
• Equipment Inspections
• Safe Operation
• Statics
• Rescue Plan requirements

Confined Space (Construction)

Course Length- 4 Hours

Language: English

This 4 Hour Confined Space Training online course satisfies the training requirements for the OSHA 29 CFR § 1910.146 Permit-Required Confined Spaces Standard. Entering and working in a confined space is a high-risk job. It is crucial (and required) that all persons involved in confined space entry work such as supervisors, entrants, attendants, and rescue personnel understand the potential hazards of a confined space and adhere to safe work practices and entry procedures. Confined spaces can be found on many worksites, and they can limit the mobility of people who work within them. Confined spaces include (but are not limited to) underground vaults, tanks, storage bins, manholes, pits, silos, process vessels, and pipelines.

Key elements of the OSHA Permit-Required Confined Spaces Regulation (29 CFR 1910.146)

  • Confined spaces concepts and terminology
  • The difference between confined spaces and permit-required confined spaces
  • How to identify and evaluate hazards: atmospheric, mechanical, chemical
  • Procedures for controlling hazards
  • Proper protective equipment for confined spaces
  • Duties of the entry supervisor, entrant, and attendant
  • Procedures for self-rescue, non-entry rescue, entry rescue by company employees, and entry rescue by emergency responders
  • Completing the entry process

Crane Safety Awareness

Course Length- 4 Hours

Language: English

Crane Safety Awareness is an awareness course that focuses on crane safety training. The course is designed to provide information regarding selection, set-up, inspection and use of cranes in construction activities. This course is intended for workers and supervisor in the construction industry.
Crane Safety training will provide you with general requirements for all cranes, inspections, electrical hazards, stability and ground conditions, load charts, signaling requirements and certifications. By the end of this Crane Safety course, you will have been provided with the knowledge required to promote safe work practices while using the crane.

Course Topics:

  • Introduction to Crane Safety
  • General Requirements for All Cranes
  • Types of Cranes
  • Rough Terrain Cranes
  • Truck Mounted Cranes
  • Crawler Cranes
  • Tower Cranes
  • Load Charts
  • Inspections and Certifications

Fall Protection Awareness (4 Hour)

Course Length- 4 Hours

Language: English

This 4-hour awareness course will introduce individuals who work at heights to the dangers of fall hazards in construction.  Trainees gain knowledge and skills to help them avoid hazards in the workplace.  This class covers OSHA 1926.500 Subpart M

Program Topics

  • Overview of OSHA’s Fall Protection Standard
  • Fall Hazard Recognition
  • Overview of Personal Fall Arrest Systems
  • Calculating Fall Clearances

Who Should Attend:
Non-supervisory personnel with limited experience with fall hazards or fall protection

Fall Protection (8 Hour)

Course Length- 8 Hours

Language: English

This intermediate level course is designed for supervisors who are also assigned as the company competent person.  This training offers more detailed coverage of the Fall Protection standard, including hands on interactive activities.

Program Topics

  • Overview of OSHA’s Fall Protection Standard
  • Fall Hazard Recognition
  • Fall Hazard Analysis
  • Controls
  • Overview of Personal Fall Arrest Systems
  • Donning Procedures (Hands On)
  • Inspection Procedures (Hands On
  • Calculating Fall Clearances
  • Free Fall Distance
  • Deceleration Distance
  • Rescue
  • Fall Rescue Planning

Who Should Attend:
Supervisory personnel tasked with being the company competent person required by the OSHA standards

Fall Protection Competent Person (24 Hour)

Course Length- 24 Hours

Language: English

This 3-day course is designed to meet the requirements for the USACE EM 385-1-1 AND ANSI Z359 requirements for competent person fall protection training.  This course provides the students a hands-on training course combined with a classroom learning experience.  Although the course meets all requirements to be accepted as a competent person, only the employees company can designate their employees as “competent”

Program Topics

  • Overview of USACE’s EM385 Standards
  • Overview of OSHA’s Fall Protection Standard
  • Fall Protection Planning
    • AHA development
    • Fall Protection Plan development
  • Fall Hazard Recognition
    • Hierarchy of Fall Protection Controls
    • Fall Hazard Analysis
    • Methods for Fall Protection
  • Overview of Personal Fall Arrest Systems
    • Selection
    • Donning Procedures (Hands On)
    • Inspection Procedures (Hands On)
  • Calculating Fall Clearances
    • Free Fall Distance
    • Deceleration Distance
  • Set up and inspection requirements on various pieces of fall protection equipment
    • Horizontal and vertical lifelines
    • Common fall protection anchors
  • Rescue
  • Fall Rescue Planning
  • Self-Rescue vs Assisted Rescue
  • Understanding the risk to a fallen employee and the need for a well-planned out rescue
    • Orthostatic Intolerance

Hands on Rescue Exercises
Who Should Attend:

Supervisory personnel tasked with being the company competent person required by the USACE as well as OSHA standards

Fall Protection Rescue

Course Length- 8 Hours

Language: English

This one-day course is designed to give students a basic understanding in the needs and requirements for rescuing a fellow employee if they should fall.  The OSHA standards call for all employers working at height to have a plan in place for a prompt rescue of fallen employees.

Program Topics

  • Rescue
    • Fall Rescue Planning
    • Self-Rescue vs Assisted Rescue
    • Understanding the risk to a fallen employee and the need for a well-planned out rescue
    • Orthostatic Intolerance
    • Hands on Rescue Exercises

Who Should Attend:
Supervisory personnel tasked with being the company competent person required by the OSHA standards

Fall Protection Competent Person Refresher Training (8 Hour) – COMING SOON

Course Length- 8 Hours

Language: English

This refresher level course is designed for supervisors who are also assigned as the company competent person as required per the USACE EM385.  This training meets the requirements of a refresher training course required every 2 years after successfully completing the 24-Hour Competent Person Training

Who Should Attend:
Supervisory personnel tasked with being the company competent person required by the USACE as well as OSHA standards

Forklift Operator

Course Length- 4 Hours

Language: English

According to OSHA, Employees who operate powered industrial trucks must be trained and evaluated. Trivent offers this training using a combination of classroom multimedia training followed by hands on practical training using the employers forklift.

Per OSHA, all forklift  training must consist of these three parts:

1. Formal instruction can be given using lectures, discussions, interactive computer learning, videos, or written material.

2. Practical, hands-on training covers demonstrations performed by the trainer and practical exercises performed by the trainee.

  1. An evaluation of the operator’s ability to handle the truck safely in the workplace must be conducted by the trainer. Specific training topics to be covered are listed in the standards. All of the topics must be covered unless the employer can show that certain topics are not needed.Employers must certify that the training and evaluation has been done. Each operator’s performance must be evaluated every three years. Usually, the person doing the evaluation would first observe the operator to determine if he or she is performing safely, and then ask questions to ensure that the operator has the knowledge or experience needed.Refresher training is required whenever one of the following occurs:
  • the operator is involved in an accident or near-miss incident;
  • the operator has been observed operating the vehicle in an unsafe manner;
  • the operator has been determined in an evaluation to need more training;
  • there are changes in the workplace that could affect safe operation (such as a different type of paving, reconfigured storage racks, or new layouts with narrower aisles or restricted visibility); or
  • the operator is assigned to a different type of truck.

Hazard Communication

Course Length- 8 Hours

Language: English

Ensure employee safety and understanding of hazardous chemicals with this 2-hour course.  OSHA has aligned its Hazard Communication (HazCom) Standard with the Globally Harmonized System of Chemical Classification and Labeling (GHS).

Program Topics

  • Hazard Classification
  • Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) vs Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
  • Labels, tags, and signage
  • Written HazCom programs
  • Pictograms

Who Should Attend:
All employees potentially exposed to hazardous chemicals while at work

Lockout/Tagout

Course Length- 2 Hours

Language: English

Workers performing service or maintenance on machinery and equipment may be exposed to injuries from the unexpected energization, startup of the machinery or equipment, or release of stored energy in the equipment.  This class introduces you to key components of the standard. Helps you understand your needs and the requirements of the standard, and also ways to keep your employees safe.
Program Topics

  • Lockout/Tagout procedures
  • Inspection requirements
  • Types of energy (electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, radioactive, etc.)
  • Various pieces of equipment used to ensure safety of your employees
  • Periodic reviews of your program

Who Should Attend:
All employees potentially exposed to the unexpected release of energy while at work.

Master Rigger

Course Length- 16 Hours

Language: English

The Trivent Master Rigger Course is designed for participants that have had 3- 5 years of on the job rigging experience. The course is customized to the client’s needs with most of the day two being delivered in a hands-on team rigging competition using the clients lifting equipment.
Master Rigger day one will cover:
Sling Types
Sling Capacities
Sling Inspections
Hardware inspections
Hardware Capacities
Hitch Types
Load Control
Power Line Safety
Crane / Hoist Dynamics
Calculating Sling tensions
Load Weight Estimation
Hand/Verbal Signalperson testing per OSHA 1926.1428(c)(5) and ASME B30.5
Day two will cover:
Block & Fairlead Loading Calculations
Coefficients of Friction Calculations
Load Factors & Weight Distribution Calculations
Practical (Hands On) Applications for:
Sling Tension Calculations
Load Weight Estimation
Hand & Verbal Signals

Mini Crawler Operator Training (Spider Crane)

Course Length- 16 Hours / 2 Days

Language: English

A “spidercrane” mini-crawler is a mini-crane that is designed and constructed to address work environments with low access or restricted work areas that a regular crane is too large to operate in. They are mounted on dual track chassis with spider like legs used as outriggers. Spidercranes have revolutionized many industries by providing flexible versatile cranes that are capable of lifting as much as 6.6 tons and can be placed in work areas that conventional truck mounted or carry deck cranes cannot due to their size.

This 2-day class attendees will participate and learn the following:

  • Pre-assembly Inspections
  • Post assembly inspection
  • Safety devices
  • Rigging strategies
  • Working in proximity to power lines
  • Load chart interpretation
  • Ground conditions

Basic PPE is required for this class due to the hands on nature of rigging and operating the crane.

Please be sure attendees have hard hats, safety glasses, work boots, and gloves for both days.

OSHA 10 Construction

Course length: 12 Hours / 2 Days

Language: English

OSHA 10-hour are designed to teach workplace safety and reduce jobsite hazards. The course also provides information on worker rights, employer responsibilities and how to file a complaint.

This course is designed for construction, building development, repairs/alterations and other fields. Construction industry workers with supervisory, oversight, and safety responsibilities can’t afford to be caught off-guard—especially when more lives are at stake. That’s why we’ve built our comprehensive course for safety directors, safety specialists, construction foreman, engineers, project managers, safety specialists, field supervisors and more. OSHA recommends Outreach Training Programs as an orientation to occupational safety and health for workers covered by OSHA 29 CFR 1926.

Program Topics:

  • Introduction to OSHA
  • Fall protection
  • Personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Electrocution
  • Scaffolds
  • Struck by hazards
  • Caught in between
  • Hazcom/GHS

Who should attend:

Workers in construction, building development, repairs/alterations and other construction fields

OSHA 30-Hour Construction

Course length: 30-Hours / 4-Days

Language: English

The OSHA 30 Hour Construction Industry Outreach Training course is a comprehensive safety program designed for anyone involved in the construction industry.

This course is designed for construction, building development, repairs/alterations and other fields. Construction industry workers with supervisory, oversight, and safety responsibilities can’t afford to be caught off-guard—especially when more lives are at stake. That’s why we’ve built our comprehensive course for safety directors, safety specialists, construction foreman, engineers, project managers, safety specialists, field supervisors and more. OSHA recommends Outreach Training Programs as an orientation to occupational safety and health for workers covered by OSHA 29 CFR 1926.

Program Topics:

  • Introduction to OSHA and the OSH Act
  • Hazcom / GHS
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Hand and power tools
  • Excavations
  • Silica awareness
  • Fall Protection
  • Electrical safety
  • Struck by and caught in between hazards
  • Confined space
  • Stairways and ladders
  • Scaffolding
  • Safety management

Who should attend: Construction industry workers with supervisory, oversight, and safety responsibilities

PEC Basic Orientation

Course Info

Length: 1-day
Delivery Method: Instructor-Led
Refresher Needed: Suggested Annually through PEC Basic Refresher

PEC Basic Orientation is the most widely used safety orientation in the US onshore and offshore E&P Industry. Accredited by both SafeLandUSA and SafeGulf, this one-day safety orientation can give your employees both credentials.

In a comprehensive one-day instructor-led format, PEC Basic Orientation meets API RP 75 & API RP T-1 requirements and provides a basic understanding of general safety information at an awareness orientation level.


Standards Covered

    • 49 CFR 192.805
    • 49 CFR 192.807
    • ASME B31.4
  • ASME B31.8

Upon completion of the course, all students are issued a physical and digital PEC ID card with their name, company name, picture, barcode, and completed course. All students are automatically entered into PEC’s Advanced Training Tracker where your company’s clients and auditors can view proof of employee orientation.


Course Components

    • Alcohol and Substance Abuse Awareness
    • Back Safety
    • Confined Space
    • Defensive Driving
    • Electrical Safety
    • Emergency Response
    • Fall Protection
    • Lockout/Tagout
    • Medical Records
    • Offshore Safety
    • Offshore Transportation
    • Personal Protective Equipment
    • Fire Protection
    • Forklift Safety
    • Hazard Communication (Including GHS)
    • Hazmat (HM 126)
    • Hazwoper
    • Hearing conservation
    • Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S)
    • Process Safety Management
    • Respiratory Protection
    • Rigging
    • Safety and Environmental Management Systems (SEMS II)
  • Terrorism Response Awareness Program (TRAP)

PEC H2S Clear

Course Info

Length: 4 hours
Delivery Method: Instructor-led
Refresher Needed: Per ANSI/ASSE Z390.1-2017 Standard, Training is Required Annually

PEC H2S Clear was designed to improve employee safety for general industry workers who may potentially come in contact with hydrogen sulfide in the workplace. This program meets the revised standards set forth in the ANSI/ASSE Z390.1—2017 and incorporates all of the benefits of a PEC Safety standardized training program. PEC H2S Clear will provide students with crucial knowledge of the dangers of H2S and the precautions, tools and controls necessary when working in potential H2S environments.


Standards Covered

  • ACGIH’s New TLV
  • ANSI/ASSE Z390.1-2017
  • API RP 49
  • API RP 55
  • MMS 250.490
  • The Railroad Commission of Texas

Upon completion of the course, all students are issued a physical and digital PEC ID card with their name, company name, picture, barcode, and completed course. All students are automatically entered into PEC’s Advanced Training Tracker where your company’s clients and auditors can view proof of employee orientation.


Course Components

  • Buddy System
  • Burning, Flaring and Venting
  • Characteristics of Hydrogen Sulfide
  • Chemical Properties
  • Corrective Actions and Shutdown Procedures
  • Dispersion Models
  • Effects of Hydrogen Sulfide on Metals
  • Emergency Response and Evacuation
  • Emerging Technology
  • Engineering Controls
  • First Aid and Post-Exposure Evaluation
  • Hydrogen Sulfide in Confined Spaces
  • Hazard Communication for Hydrogen Sulfide
  • Hazards of Hydrogen Sulfide and Sulfur Dioxide
  • Health Effects
  • Ignition Sources
  • Methods for Detecting and Monitoring
  • Operation of Safety Equipment and Life Support Systems
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Physical Properties
  • Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals
  • Rescue Techniques
  • Respiratory Protection
  • Sources of Hydrogen Sulfide
  • State and Federal Regulatory Requirements
  • Transportation
  • Ventilation
  • Warning Signs
  • Warning Systems
  • Well Control (Drilling Operations)
  • Wind Direction
  • Work Procedures

PEC Safe Construction

Course Info

Length: 1-day
Delivery Method: Instructor-led
Refresher Needed: Suggested Annually

PEC Safety is the technological safety resource for construction. By creating the first standardized safety orientation for the construction industry, PEC Safe Construction, we have developed a sturdy foundation for companies who will utilize our orientation to help develop a safety structure within their organization. PEC Safe Construction is a multi-functional orientation that can be utilized across any industry where construction is present.

This one-day orientation will provide general construction safety information that workers need to know before entering a company facility or site and while performing their assigned work duties. Students will learn about the Focus Four and other hazards they may encounter in their workplace and become familiar with various practices to mitigate those hazards.


Standards Covered

  • 29 CFR 1926
  • ANSI B56.1
  • ANSI Z117.1
  • ANSI Z535
  • ANSI Z87.1
  • ANSI Z88.2
  • ANSI Z89.1
  • Industry Best Practices
  • NFPA 70E

Upon completion of the course, all students are issued a physical and digital PEC ID card with their name, company name, picture, barcode, and completed course. All students are automatically entered into PEC’s Advanced Training Tracker where your company’s clients and auditors can view proof of employee orientation.


Course Components

  • Alcohol and Substance Abuse Awareness
  • Caught In or Between (Focus Four)
  • Concrete and Masonry
  • Confined Space Safety
  • Demolition
  • Electrical Safety
  • Electrocution (Focus Four)
  • Elevated Work
  • Emergency Action Plans
  • Excavation and Trenching
  • Fall Protection
  • Falls (Focus Four)
  • Fire Safety
  • Hazard Communication (Including the Globally Harmonized System [GHS])
  • Workplace Violence
  • Hazard Control
  • Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response
  • Heavy Equipment
  • Human Performance Indicators
  • Identifying Hazards
  • Incidents and Accidents
  • Industrial Hygiene and Occupational Health Hazards
  • Lockout and Tagout
  • Motor Vehicle Safety
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Steel Erection
  • Struck By (Focus Four)
  • Welding and Cutting

Qualified Rigger/Signalperson

Course Length- 8 Hours

Language: English

Any person designated as the qualified rigger by an employer who performs specific rigging operations and load activities should attend this course to comply with the OSHA requirement 1926.1400. It also fulfills the training requirements for Qualified Signal Person under OSHA Subpart CC- 1926.1400.

Course Information and Description

OSHA now requires that signal persons, riggers, and operators be trained, tested, and qualified according to OSHA Rule 1926.1400. This training includes getting workers familiar with both verbal and hand signals. They also must know how to familiarize themselves with the limitations of the crane or hoisting equipment they are using or signaling.
Regulations discussed in this course are ASME B30.5, ASME B30.9, and OSHA 29 CFR Part 1926.1400.
Topics included but not limited to:

  • OSHA Standards and Requirements
  • Basic rigging principles
  • Rigging component identification
  • Mathematical calculations
  • Sling tension calculations
  • Load weight estimation
  • Center of Gravity Determination
  • Rigging inspection
  • Sling design
  • Rigging techniques
  • Crane components
  • Proper use of the ANSI hand signals
  • Voice signals
  • Crane dynamics
  • Working near power lines

Respiratory Protection Training

Course Length – 4 Hours w/fit test

Language: English

This course covers the requirements for the establishment, maintenance, and monitoring of a respiratory protection program
This course provides information on the following:
• Medical evaluation requirements
• Why you need to use the respirator;
• How to properly inspect, put on and take off, and use your respirator;
• How to check the seal of your respirator
• How improper fit, usage, or maintenance can reduce your respirator’s ability to protect you;
• What the procedures are for maintenance and storage of the respirator; and
• What the requirements are for federal OSHA’s Respiratory Protection Standards.

Scaffold Erector/User (4 hour)

Course Length: 4-Hours

Language: English

Scaffolds are elevated, temporary work platforms and support structures found on many job sites throughout the United States. This course focuses on the general requirements for scaffolds set forth by OSHA 1926.451 and safety guidelines for assembly and disassembly of scaffolds on the job site.

Course Topics:

  • General requirements
  • Types of scaffolds
  • Scaffold capacity
  • Platform requirements
  • Fall protection
  • Assembling & disassembly
  • Footing requirements
  • Tipping restraint

Who should attend: Anyone who will be working on or around scaffolds

Scaffold Competent Person (8-Hour)

Course Length: 8-Hours

Language: English

Scaffolds are elevated, temporary work platforms and support structures found on many job sites throughout the United States. This 8-hour course provides attendees with the proper training and information to establish themselves as competent persons to oversee the safe assembly and disassembly of scaffolds on the job site.

Course Topics:

  • General requirements
  • Types of scaffold
  • Access / Egress
  • Scaffold capacity
  • Troubleshooting
  • Platform requirements
  • Fall protection
  • Assembling & disassembly
  • Footing requirements
  • Tipping and restraint measures
  • Working in proximity to power lines

Who should attend: Employees that wish to be considered competent in the safe operations of assembling, disassembling and recognition of hazards that are common to scaffolds on the work site.

Subpart R Steel Erection

Course Length- 4 Hours

Language: English

This course focuses on requirements covered by the OSHA construction safety standards on Steel Erection and Subpart R. You will learn the current occupational safety and health information that is important to understand concerning steel erection. Remember that this OSHA Subpart R course is not a substitute for specific, hands-on training and information.

In this OSHA Subpart R: Steel Erection safety course, we will discuss the importance of fall protection, controlled decking zones, starting steel erection, hoisting and rigging, crane safety and structural steel assembly. You are encouraged to further your education by reviewing the reference guide on OSHA Standard, 29 CFR 1926, Subpart R.

Course Topics

  • Overview of OSHA 29 CFR 1926, Subpart R
  • Introduction to Steel Erection
  • Definitions
  • Starting Steel Erections
  • Site-Specific Erection Plan
  • Hoisting and Rigging/Crane Safety
  • Structural Steel Assembly
  • Column Anchorage
  • Beams and Columns
  • Open Web Steel Joists
  • Falling Object Protection
  • Training Requirements

Suspended Scaffold – Swing stage & Bosun Chair

Course Length – 4 Hours

Language : English

This class is designed for employees who perform work while on a suspended scaffold. The curriculum covers the suspended system, the supported system and emphasizes the safety system for those workers operating a suspended scaffold, basic fall arrest, safe operation of a suspended scaffold and an introduction to suspended scaffold support systems.
Students receive a wallet card upon completion of the class.

Train the Trainer Aerial & Scissor Lift Operator

Course Length- 8 Hours

Language: English

By attending this course you will ensure the cost effective training of your employees on Aerial lifts. Train the Trainer safety training courses allow companies to scale their training along with the growth of their companies. After successful completion of this course Trainers will be given Trivent Safety’s complete Aerial lift training program.

This course will cover:

  • Adult learning theory
  • Types of aerial lifts, components & terminology
  • Causes & results of aerial lift accidents
  • Role of the pre-use inspection in reducing aerial lift accidents
  • OSHA & ANSI pre-use inspection requirements
  • Aerial lift pre-use inspection procedures and techniques
  • Recognizing and understanding the differences between deficiencies & safety hazards
  • Correct way to write pre-use inspection reports to provide the proper documentation
  • Inspecting structural components, operating mechanisms, hydraulic and electrical systems, hydraulic cylinders, and safety devices
  • Items to be inspected before the aerial lift is used
  • Aerial lift setup and recognizing site hazards
  • Safe operating practices & procedures
  • Operator responsibilities
  • Working near power lines and electrical hazards

Train the Trainer Forklift Operator

Course length: 8-Hours

Language: English

OSHA states that all industrial truck operators must be trained and certified in accordance with OSHA 1926.602(d).  Our one-day classroom safety training courses teach candidate instructors how to develop and deliver complete in-house training programs, design exercises for staff evaluations, and instruct non-operators how to work safely around forklifts.

Program Topics:

  • What is a powered industrial truck
  • Why training is needed
  • Who must be trained
  • Understanding operating instructions
  • Controls and instrumentation
  • Maintenance
  • Steering and maneuvering
  • Load charts
  • Vehicle stability
  • Vehicle capacity
  • Visibility

Who should attend: Candidate instructors who wish to learn how to develop and deliver complete in-house training programs.

Trenching and Excavation

Course Length – 4 Hours

Language : English

This training course is designed for foremen, field supervisors, or anyone involved in the with trenching and excavation in the construction industry.
This class will cover:
• Review of OSHA Subpart P construction requirements
• Underground installations (utilities)
• Access and Egress
• Exposure to vehicle and equipment traffic
• Hazardous atmospheres
• Stability of adjacent structures
• Protection from cave ins
• Sloping
• Shoring
• Trench box
• Inspection criteria

1st Air/CPR-AED

Course Length- 4 Hours

Language: English

Learn basic first aid/CPR skills in this interactive and hands on training course.

Program Topics

  • First Aid
  • Emergency Situations
  • CPR – Hands On

Who Should Attend:
All employees that may encounter an emergency situation while at work.

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