1. Incident Reporting and Investigation
    • Responsibility for reporting
    • Definition of an incident to report
    • How to report an incident
    • Types of incidents
    • Purpose of incident investigation
    • Explain why incidents need investigation
  2. Accident Prevention Signs and Tags
    • Types and meaning of signs and tags
    • Definition and design
  3. Hand Safety
    • General safety rules “Right tools for the job”
    • Types of cutting tools , Pocket Knife, Machete, Bush Knife, Hatchets
    • Causes of hand injuries
  4. Material Handling
    • Materials Handling Equipment
    • Forklift Safety
    • Cranes, Rigging & Tag Lines
    • Working with Hand tools
    • Cheater Bar/Pipe
    • Personal Lifting Introduction
    • Why back injuries occur – Back Injury Prevention
    • Lifting Safely – Safety Tips for Lifting
    • Alternatives to Lifting
  5. Behavioral Safety
    • Overview
    • Roles and Responsibilities – Behavior Based Safety
    • Making an Observation
  6. First-Aid/CPR/AED Considerations
    • Respond only to level trained and know who is trained
    • Location of Emergency Contact Numbers and Equipment
    • Bloodborne Pathogens
  7. Confined Space
    • Hazards of Confined Spaces
    • Roles and Responsibilities
    • Categories: Permit Required vs. Non-Permit Required
  8. Lockout/Tagout
    • Overview of Lockout/Tagout
    • Identifying Hazardous Energy
    • Roles and Responsibilities
    • Procedures – Lockout Only, Tagout Only, Group Lockout, Removal of Locks and Tags
  9. Drug and Alcohol / Substance Abuse
    • Government Regulations / Company Requirements
    • Testing
    • Supervisor Training Requirements: Reasonable Suspicion
    • Employee Awareness: Effects and Consequences
  10. Hazard Communication
    • Overview of Hazard Communication
    • Identification of Chemicals: MSDS, Labels and Warning, Chemical Inventory
    • Training Requirements
  11. Electrical Safety
    • Overview of Electrical Safety
    • Causes of Electrical Accidents
    • Results of Unsafe Work Practices
    • Energized vs. De-energized
    • Working Near Exposed De-energized Parts
    • Working Near Energized Equipment
    • Overhead Line Safety
    • Portable Electrical Equipment
    • Inspecting Welding Leads / Electrical Cords / GFCI
    • Electrical PPE
  12. Intervention / Stop Work Authority
    • Overview
    • Management Leadership / Support of Intervention
    • Describe an individual’s responsibilities to do interventions
    • Explanation of how interventions are used (Examples)
  13. Fire Prevention and Portable Fire Extinguishers
    • Overview of Fire Protection, Prevention, and Detection
    • Respond only to level trained and know who is trained
    • Elements/Causes of Fire
    • Fire Classification
    • Extinguishing Methods / Types of Extinguishers
  14. Walking Working Surfaces
    • Overview
    • Guarding Floor and Wall Openings and Holes
    • Housekeeping
    • Scaffolding/Ladders
    • Stairways/Handrails
  15. Job Safety Analysis / Pre-Job Planning
    • Overview
    • Roles and Responsibilities of Hazard Identification
    • JSA Elements (Job steps, Hazard Identification, Mitigation)
  16. Personal Protective Equipment, Respiratory
    • PPE Overview
    • Eliminate – Control – Protect
    • Selection, Fit, Adjustment of PPE
    • Eye and Face Protection
    • Head, Foot and Hand Protection
    • Respiratory Requirements – Types of Respirators
    • Hearing Protection
    • Protective Clothing and FRC
  17. Prevention of Workplace Violence
    • Overview
    • Responsibilities – Recognition and Notification
  18. Working at Heights
    • Overview
    • Only work to your level of training
    • Responsibilities – Prevention of dropped objects and falls
    • Personal Protective Equipment and Inspection Requirements
    • Equipment for working at heights (Manlifts, Fall Protection Systems)
  19. Permit To Work
    • Overview
    • Roles and Responsibilities
    • Types of Permits – Examples: Confined Space, Hot Work, LOTO, etc
  20. Driver Safety / Transportation Safety
    • 2Overview / Statistics
    • No Cell-phone use while driving / Driving Distractions
    • Valid Driving Licenses / Certifications / Endorsements
    • Adverse Weather – Road Conditions – Wildlife
    • Fatigue
    • Vehicle condition/inspections
    • Journey Management
    • Backing/Parking/Location Hazards
    • Loading Securement and Off-loading
    • Seat belt usage
    • Driving under the influence
  21. ENVIRONMENTAL
    • Federal and State Regulations & Compliance and Reporting
    • Roles and Responsibilities
    • Response and Reporting of discharges, leaks & spills
    • Minimize waste
    • All wastes go in specific containers
    • Overview of HAZWOPER
  22. EXCAVATION – TRENCHING & SHORING
    • Overview
    • Identification of Underground Hazards / ONE CALL – 811
    • Levels of Training / Competency Requirements
    • Safe Work Practices / Procedures / Permits
    • Hazards Recognition and Mitigation
    • Use of Personal Protective Equipment
    • Hazardous Atmospheres
    • Emergency Response Plans
  23. Industrial Hygiene / Occupational Health
    • Overview
    • Roles and Responsibilities
    • Exposure Types – Skin contact, Inhalation, Ingestion, Radiation (Ionizing & Non-
    • Ionizing), Noise, etc.
    • Common Hazards – Benzene, Lead, H2S, CO2, NORM, Mercury, Diethanolamine,
    • Hexavalent chromium, methanol, welding fume, N2, Fibers (Asbestos, Mineral, etc.),
    • Fumes, Liquids, Weather, Dust, Biological, etc.
    • Monitoring and Mitigation
    • Thermal Stress
  24. Site Specific Hazards and Emergency Evacuation
    • Banned Items – Weapons i.e. Firearms, ammunition, clubs, etc., Illegal drugs, Alcohol,
    • Lighters/matches, Explosives
    • New Personnel – Short Service Program (Identification, Mentoring, etc.)
    • Reporting to Work – Fitness for Duty
    • Emergency Planning/Response (alarms, muster areas, etc.)
    • Wildlife
    • Weather Conditions – Lightning, Windstorm, Hurricane, Tornado, UV exposure, Snow &
    • Ice, Flooding, etc.
    • Simultaneous Operations / Communication