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In order to comply with Federal, State, and Local regulations, we are able to provide site-specific, mandatory safety and health training that meets or exceeds OSHA regulations.
Corporate/Industrial

In order for businesses and industry to comply with Federal, State, and Local regulations, SafeTec Training Services is able to provide site-specific, mandatory safety and health training that meets or exceeds OSHA regulations. All training is provided on-site and during times that are convenient to our customers, this includes second and third shifts. There are never any additional charges for sessions that are held outside of normal business hours.

SafeTec Training Services also provides professional consultation to companies that wish to establish or enhance their response policies or Medical Emergency Response Team (M.E.R.T). We can also provide your staff with realistic emergency scenarios to test the effectiveness of your personnel, policies, and M.E.R.T. for more details contact a SafeTec Training Services representative today.

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This program covers information on healthy heart living, recognition of stroke and heart attack, management of the choking adult, and CPR techniques for the adult patient. This course is recommended for concerned citizens, relative of heart patients, and some public safety officials.

The course curriculum is offered by the American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI) and meets the American Heart Association (AHA) Guidelines 2010 standards. ASHI certification is an acceptable alternative to AHA programs and is 50-state recognized.

This program covers information on healthy heart living, recognition of stroke and heart attack, management of the choking adult, and CPR techniques for the adult patient. This course is recommended for concerned citizens, relative of heart patients, and some public safety officials.

The course curriculum is offered by the American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI) and meets the American Heart Association (AHA) Guidelines 2010 standards. ASHI certification is an acceptable alternative to AHA programs and is 50-state recognized.

The number 1 choice for the individual who truly wants to be prepared for an emergency striking any age group. This program covers information on healthy heart living, recognition of stroke and heart attack, management of the choking adult, and CPR techniques for the adult patient. This course is recommended for concerned citizens, relative of heart patients, and some public safety officials.

The course curriculum is offered by the American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI) and meets the American Heart Association (AHA) Guidelines 2010 standards. ASHI certification is an acceptable alternative to AHA programs and is 50-state recognized.

The number 1 choice for the individual who truly wants to be prepared for an emergency striking any age group. This program covers information on healthy heart living, recognition of stroke and heart attack, management of the choking adult, and CPR techniques for the adult patient. This course is recommended for concerned citizens, relative of heart patients, and some public safety officials.

The course curriculum is offered by the American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI) and meets the American Heart Association (AHA) Guidelines 2010 standards. ASHI certification is an acceptable alternative to AHA programs and is 50-state recognized.

This program has been designed to provide members of business and industry with a broad overview of Bio Terrorism and Anthrax as a terrorist agent.

Included in the program will be:

  • Introduction to Bio Terrorism and Bio Terrorism agents
  • Understanding Anthrax and the disease process
  • Pre-plan considerations
This course is modular and can be tailored to fit the individual corporation's needs.

This program introduces the student to what bloodborne pathogens are, how to reduce the risk of exposure, and precautionary practices that are recommended by OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) and CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention). This course is a must for anyone who has contact with infectious or potentially infectious bodily fluids and materials.

This program introduces the student to what bloodborne pathogens are, how to reduce the risk of exposure, and precautionary practices that are recommended by OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) and CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention). This course is a must for anyone who has contact with infectious or potentially infectious bodily fluids and materials.

This course is designed for health care personnel including EMTs Paramedics, Nurses, Physicians, Public Safety Officials (Police/Fire) and other health care personnel. This course covers techniques described in the above programs and includes AED (Automated External Defibrillator) awareness, use of barrier devices, and 2 rescuer CPR.

The course curriculum is offered by the American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI) and meets the American Heart Association (AHA) Guidelines 2010 standards. ASHI certification is an acceptable alternative to AHA programs and is 50-state recognized.

This course is designed for health care personnel including EMTs Paramedics, Nurses, Physicians, Public Safety Officials (Police/Fire) and other health care personnel. This course covers techniques described in the above programs and includes AED (Automated External Defibrillator) awareness, use of barrier devices, and 2 rescuer CPR.

The course curriculum is offered by the American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI) and meets the American Heart Association (AHA) Guidelines 2010 standards. ASHI certification is an acceptable alternative to AHA programs and is 50-state recognized.

This course is designed for health care personnel including EMTs Paramedics, Nurses, Physicians, Public Safety Officials (Police/Fire) and other health care personnel. This course covers techniques described in the above programs and includes AED (Automated External Defibrillator) awareness, use of barrier devices, and 2 rescuer CPR.

The course curriculum is offered by the American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI) and meets the American Heart Association (AHA) Guidelines 2010 standards. ASHI certification is an acceptable alternative to AHA programs and is 50-state recognized.

SafeTec Training Services offers a 200 hour initial EMT training. In this course the student will obtain knowledge and skills to become an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT). Upon successful completion the student will be prepared to sit for certification as an EMT. SafeTec Training Services is approved by the Pennsylvania Bureau of EMS/Pennsylvania Department of Health.

For a complete listing of all of programs being offered please visit our  Course Calendar


 

This program introduces students to the safe operation of fire extinguishers. Major topics include fire extinguisher ratings and proper use of a fire extinguisher.

This course is the most authoritative program available and meets or exceeds DOT guidelines for responding to sudden illness victims and emergency scenes. This course is a must for anyone responding to emergencies. This program especially targets those who are likely to arrive on the scene of an emergency first, fire, police, emergency response teams, and athletic trainers.

OSHA Hazard Communication Standard; Encounters with hazardous materials; worker protection.

This course reviews the dangers hazardous materials present in the workplace and how employees can protect themselves against injury or illness. Also reviews the purpose and obligations of the OSHA Hazard Communication Law, how to interpret warning labels, and the use of Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS).

Designed for first responders who may respond to incidents involving explosives Participants will be able to identify:

  • Commercial and military explosives
  • Improvised explosive devices (IEDs)
  • Readily available explosive formulations that terrorists have or could use

This program will provide the Instructor-Candidate with the proper knowledge of adult learning, class management, testing situations, skill evaluations, and ASHI policies and procedures. Upon successful completion of this program the Instructor-Candidate will be eligible to teach American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI) CPR programs.

The course curriculum is offered by the American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI) and meets the American Heart Association (AHA) Guidelines 2010 standards. ASHI certification is an acceptable alternative to AHA programs and is 50-state recognized.

This lecture covers latex allergies and how they effect individuals. Also covered is alternatives to latex.

Hazardous energy; devices and procedures; securing equipment.

This program provides employees with a general awareness of hazardous energy and how to control it. Lockout/Tagout refers to the specific practices and procedures that protect employees from the unexpected start-up of machinery and equipment, or the release of hazardous energy during service or maintenance activities

Workplace hazards; using PPE; wear and care of PPE.

When work practice and engineering controls are not enough to ensure a safe environment, a hazard assessment is performed to determine what personal protective equipment is required to protect a worker's health and safety. This course presents a thorough understanding of workplace PPE practices including assessment as well as selection, use, and care of the equipment.

This program discusses proper house keeping and accident prevention for the workplace. OSHA standards regarding this topic is also discussed.

This program is designed to eliminate the workplace of slip, trip, and fall hazards. OSHA standards relating to this topic is also discussed.

PHTLS Trauma First Response is a one day, eight hour continuing education course designed to teach the principles of PHTLS to first responders, police officers, firefighters, rescue personnel, industrial response teams, safety officers, community emergency response teams and others in public health.

The course will prepare them to care for trauma patients, whether they serve as part of a transport team or care for patients while waiting transport providers. The core content of PHTLS is covered in a manner that is useful to those in public safety and health who have not had EMT or advanced prehospital training.

The lectures and practical stations are designed to teach the type of care first responders can render while awaiting transport and helps enable them to assist paramedics and EMTs at the trauma scene.

This course may also be used in the initial training for the immediate first response and care before EMS arrives.

This program will cover important issues relating to Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) response. Emphasis will be placed upon the following topics. Chemical agents, radiological agents, Biological agents, and others.

Upon completion of this program the student will be issued a Certificate of Completion from the United States Department of Homeland Security. Also, students who complete this program are eligible to complete the Department's H.O.T. (Hands On Training) Course at the Center in Anniston, Alabama.

The US DOJ suggests anyone who may be involved, in anyway with a WMD event attend this training. This includes, police, fire personnel, EMS, hospital staff, dispatchers, and others.

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Yes, according to Section Title: Applicability of This Act Section Number 4 (a): "This Act shall apply with respect to employment performed in a workplace in a State, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Guam, the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, Wake Island, Outer Continental Shelf Lands defined in the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act, Johnston Island, and the Canal Zone. The Secretary of the Interior shall, by regulation, provide for judicial enforcement of this Act by the courts established for areas in which there are no United States district courts having jurisdiction."

There are no exemptions from 1910.151 due to a company's size. Many hazardous jobs are performed by smaller firms, and their employees are entitled to equal first aid protection.

Not at all. With current federal and state AED laws there is almost no liability for lay persons or corporations who possess these life-saving machines.

With current legislation, proper training, and a well written response plan liability is typically no more then helping a person on the street who was injured.

Fact is, a popular trend emerging is reverse liability. Several corporations have been sued for NOT having these devices. In the future it is expected that some states, or even at the federal level some business types will be mandated to have AEDs.

Contact a SafeTec Training Services representative today to learn more.

Yes. The OSHA requirement at 29 CFR 1910.151(b) states "In the absence of an infirmary, clinic, or hospital in near proximity to the workplace which is used for the treatment of all injured employees, a person or persons shall be adequately trained to render first aid. First aid supplies approved by the consulting physician shall be readily available." OSHA's regulation does not set specific response time requirements for the term "near proximity", however, in areas where accidents resulting in suffocation, severe bleeding, or other life-threatening or permanently disabling injury or illness are likely, a 3-4 minute response time, from time of injury to time of administering first aid, is required. In other circumstances, i.e., where a life-threatening or permanently disabling injury is an unlikely outcome of an accident, a longer response time, such as 15 minutes, is acceptable. The rationale for requiring a 4-minute response time is brain death when the heart or breathing has stopped for that period of time.

All industries are required to comply with 1910.151 regardless of the type of work performed by employees; however, the hazards and related first aid/medical services required would be less for offices than, for example, steel mills. In summary, the employer's first aid program must correspond to the hazards which can be reasonably expected to occur in the workplace. The employer must evaluate the potential work-related hazards and provide for first aid accordingly.

An AED is an Automated External Defibrillator. This device can provide a life-saving "shock" to a pulseless victims heart. For more information on these devices, or to become trained it their use, please contact Fred Ellinger.

OSHA or Occupational Safety and Health Administration is a government entity enacted by Congress on December 29, 1970 to develop, implement, and enforce policies and procedures to provide the more then 100 million working men and women with safe working environments.

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