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Safety trainings


Chemical Specific TraininG

for General Industry and Construction

Chemical-specific training is an integral part of workplace safety in general industry and construction.


This ensures that employees understand the potential hazards associated with different chemicals. Having a thorough understanding of how to work safely and respond to chemical emergencies is also essential.


The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires that workers are provided with information about the hazards and identities of chemicals in the workplace. Many counties and cities also require employers to disclose chemical inventories in their facilities to keep first responders informed of potential hazards.

Workers decontaminating vessels used for processing drinking products.

Department of transportation Training

DOT (Department of Transportation) training programs play a crucial role in ensuring transportation systems' safety and efficiency. These programs are designed to educate and certify professionals involved in various aspects of transportation, including drivers, technicians, and safety inspectors. DOT training enhances and standardizes skills and knowledge required for safe and compliant operations.

Whether it's mastering the rules and regulations governing transportation, understanding the latest technologies in vehicle maintenance, or improving defensive driving skills, DOT training programs contribute to reducing accidents, minimizing risks, and promoting a culture of safety.

Public Bus Trasportation operating safely in the city.

Additionally, these programs help organizations and individuals stay abreast of evolving industry standards. This ensures that they can adapt to changes in the transportation landscape and contribute to a more reliable and secure transportation infrastructure. Ultimately, DOT training is an investment in the well-being of individuals, the public, and the overall integrity of the transportation industry

Osha Hazard Communication (HazCom) and GHS Training 

Hazard communication (HAZCOM) is fundamental to OSHA's General Industry (29 CFR 1910.1200) and Construction Standards (29 CFR 1926.59). Every worker and employer must be prepared to handle hazardous situations safely and effectively.


As a result, when working with chemicals or contaminated soil, water or air, OSHA's HAZCOM standards must be strictly followed to ensure workers have access to critical safety information.


This course ensures that students are aware of basic hazard communication principles and is based on the most recent updates to OSHA standards.

Flammable gas labeling

Students will also learn how to navigate all sections of product Safety Data Sheets (SDS), rights and responsibilities of workers, employers, and third parties to ensure compliance, promote a safer work environment, and reduce the risks of costly losses.


EMergency responder Training 

The OSHA HAZMAT (Hazardous Materials) Emergency Responder Course is designed to provide training for emergency responders who may be called upon to handle hazardous materials incidents.


The course aims to equip participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to respond safely and effectively to emergencies involving hazardous substances.


The course covers ten key topics, ranging from regulatory overviews to documentation and reporting

HAZMAT Workers in Level A  Personal Protective Equipment

OSHA HazwOPer online Training

In your job, you may come across harmful materials. This OSHA-accredited course instructs safe handling of hazardous substances such as paint and pesticides.  Understanding OSHA, industry standards, and GHS aids workers in identifying workplace hazards. The flexible online HAZWOPER training covers crucial topics like material identification and emergency response.The online format integrates interactive resources, including videos and simulations, enhancing your comprehension of intricate concepts related to emergency response planning and incident command systems. Accessible from any location with the internet, it prepares you to recognize hazards, mitigate risks, and adhere to safety regulations.

Refinery worker using monitoring instruments for pipe leaks.

OSHA Training Courses for Construction and General Industry TRaining

OSHA training courses are essential for legal compliance, promoting workplace safety, reducing risks, improving skills, opening up career opportunities, and ultimately contributing to a safer and healthier work environment in both the construction and general industry settings.

In compliance with 29 CFR 1926, OSHA Construction training covers the specific safety needs of construction workers.

This is the training needed for a construction worker or contractor. Some example job titles include laborer, carpenter, operator, surveyor, foreman, engineer, project manager, and safety specialist.


Specifically, the training focuses on equipment and potential hazards you might encounter on the job, such as:

  • Cranes and rigging equipment

  • Hot work

  • Power tools, scaffolding, and ladders

  • Electrical hazards

  • Struck-by or caught in-between hazards

  • Confined space entry

The course also reviews the personal protective equipment needed for safety on a construction site.

In compliance with 29 CFR 1910, OSHA General Industry training is for everyone who doesn’t fall into one of the other categories.


For instance, if employed in fields such as healthcare, factory operations, manufacturing, and warehousing, then you will require this type of training.

This course covers a variety of universal topics, such as:

  • Introduction to OSHA

  • General safety and health provisions

  • Emergency plans

  • Hazard communication

  • Electrical and machine guarding 

  • Bloodborne pathogens

  • Welding and cutting

Worker performing preparation of aircraft
Forklift operation inside warehouse.
Aerial Manlift Operations.

Respiratory protection TRAINING

Respirators protect workers against a wide range of occupational hazards, including inadequate oxygen levels, harmful dusts, mist, gases, and more. As many toxic airborne contaminants are invisible to the naked eye, respirators are incredibly important for the safety and health of workers in any industry.


Participants in this Respiratory Protection course gain an understanding of respiratory protection practices that can be applied to their work environment. In this course, students will learn about the importance of respirator fit testing and how to properly use respirators in order to prevent unintentional exposure to hazardous materials. Other items covered include.


  • The Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA’s) respiratory standards, including 29 CFR 1910.134


  • Respiratory protection basics


  • Respirator maintenance and care


  • Safety and health concerns regarding respirators

Quantitative Respiratory Fit Testing
Fireman using Repiratory Protection against wildfire smoke.

EMS CourseS 

Our reputable and accredited EMS training programs provide students with an engaging learning experience with recognized certifications, ensuring that the training meets industry and regulatory requirements.

The online format allows participants to access refresher courses at their convenience, facilitating learning without disrupting work schedules.


Course developers Incorporated multimedia resources, case studies, and interactive scenarios to ensure students not only grasp theoretical knowledge but also develop practical skills crucial for effective and safe emergency medical response. 

PROVIDER: Safety Unlimited, Inc.

Emegency Medical Technician assisting patient.


Vehicles, Trucks and Equipment

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), in 2021 alone there were 750 fatalities from struck-by incidents in the workplace.


Many involved vehicles and equipment. Inadequate training is often cited as one of the main root causes. This specialized course was professionally designed to comply with OSHA 29 CFR 1926.1 standards for workers assigned to the task of spotting vehicles and equipment.

By the end of this training, you will have knowledge

of the following:


Roles and Responsibilities

Prevent Loss of Control

Most Common Hazards

Communicating with Drivers and Operators

Traffic Control Best Practices

OSHA Trainer Terry Dussault instructs class.
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