GSF Technicians receive OSHA 10-Hour Construction




Objectives


OSHA 10-Hour Construction online training will teach you about recognition, avoidance, abatement and prevention of safety and health hazards in the workplace. This course focuses on federal OSHA construction industry standards, pointing out any differences with State standards, and is a proven way to get your OSHA 10 Card and achieve the safety level required by your company for work in the construction industry. You are encouraged to learn company policies on these subjects, which might be different and more stringent.


Course Topics

•Introduction to OSHA ◦Explain worker rights under OSHA ◦Discuss employer responsibilities under OSHA

◦Understand how OSHA inspections are conducted -Identify, describe and protect yourself from each of the following Focus Four Hazards:

◾Fall Hazards

◾Electrocution Hazards

◾Caught-In or -Between Hazards

◾Struck-By Hazards


◦Recognize employer requirements to protect workers from each of the Focus Four Hazards

•Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

◦Describe types of hazards that require PPE Lifesaving Equipment

◦Identify and select appropriate PPE Lifesaving Equipment

◦Protect yourself from Safety & Health hazards

•Health Hazards in Construction ◦Identify major health hazards common to the construction industry

◦Describe acute and chronic health hazards ◦Protect yourself from safety and health hazards

•Materials Handling, Storage and Use

◦Identify material handling hazards on the jobsite

◦Describe common types of material handling hazards

◦Protect yourself from material handling hazards

•Hand Tools and Power Tools

◦Identify and describe types of hand and power tool hazards

◦Protect yourself from hand and power tool hazards •Leading Cultural Change

◦Identify cultural challenges that exist in construction

◦Describe ways to use strong safety leadership and positive recognition to affect positive change

◦Protect yourself by recognizing negative safety culture

Field safety resources


1. Learning Safe Behaviors

2. Intervention and Stop Work

3. Building a Behavior Based Safety Program

4. Alcohol, Drug and Weapon Policies

5. Workplace Violence

6. Communication

7. Incident Reporting and Investigation

8. Short Service Employee

9. Safe Driving Practices

10. Personal Protective Equipment

11. Head Protection

12. Face and Eye Protection

13. Hearing Protection

14. Foot Protection

15. Hand and Arm Protection

16. Respiratory Protection

17. Other PPE

18. Hazard Communication

19. Environmental

20. Industrial Hygiene and Occupational Health

21. Chemical Hazards

22. Physical Hazards

GSF Safety Objectives and Goals


  At Great Southwestern Fire & Safety. "Safety Is Our Business." We believe that everyone will benefit from a safe and healthy work environment. Great Southwestern Fire & Safety is committed to maintaining an injury-free workplace, and complying with applicable laws and regulations governing workplace safety. To achieve this goal GSF has established a Safety Practices Program (SPP). The work performed by GSF personnel is varied, both in nature and location. Under all circumstances, it is the intent of GSF to: comply with the requirements and spirit of OSHA Regulations (as well as our Safety Practices Program and those of our customers). provide a safe and healthful work environment for our employees and that of our customers. This program is everyone’s responsibility as we work together to identify and eliminate conditions and practices that reduce the benefits of a safe work environment. GSF requires all employees to follow the requirements set forth in our Safety Practices Program (SPP).


Objectives include:


  To provide a safety program consistent with good work practices; to reduce the number of accidents to an absolute minimum; to create an attitude and culture of safety consciousness in general management, field supervision and employees; to provide assignment of specific responsibilities that effective implementation of our safety program; and to provide a basis for continuing safety education and training.


To accomplish our objectives, actions include:


  Great Southwestern Fire & Safety's pre-plan for safety in our operations through job hazard analysis. We focus our management experience and expertise to be used to anticipate and eliminate accident-producing situations like; identifying or providing mechanical and physical safeguards to the extent possible; conducting a program of safety inspections to identify and correct unsafe working conditions or practices; training all employees on good safety practices; providing necessary personal protective equipment; developing and enforcing safety rules and requiring that all employees adhere with these rules as a condition of employment; and investigating every accident promptly to find its cause and correcting the problem in order to prevent recurrence.

The leading online global-network of safety-minded organizations, BROWZ simplifies the contractor and supplier compliance process with intuitive software solutions and a dedicated team of safety professionals. We assist clients in designing prequalification programs specific to their industry, and support contractors in the gathering, data entry and upload of their required data.


We help clients effectively measure contractor performance, while enabling suppliers and contractors to better meet contractual requirements. As an independent third party, BROWZ provides an efficient means to exchange and evaluate prequalification data.


The bottom line: the BROWZ process creates true risk mitigation and peace of mind. Risk Reduction. BROWZ helps lessen risk through proper management of contractor prequalification practices including insurance, safety, HS&E, diversity, and other essential supply chain criteria. The result is a safer work environment and a positive effect on the workplace, your company, and reputation.


Reduce Costs. BROWZ enables contractors and clients to reduce potential costs of noncompliance, such as litigation, settlements and loss payouts. The BROWZ Back office solution can also reduce administrative costs related to compliance management.


Due Diligence. BROWZ validates critical prequalification data, evaluates ongoing data conformance, and proactively notifies interested parties of data expiration before it becomes a problem.


Business Growth. By joining the BROWZ Network, contractors have an opportunity to market their services to key decision makers they might have otherwise been unable to reach. Increased Success. Through uncompromising service and compliance standards, BROWZ helps contractors, suppliers and clients increase the number of successful outcomes.

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PEC provides standardized safety and skills training to the oil and gas contractor workforce and online standardized forms for reporting safety information from Contractor to Operator. It is our belief that standardization is a key component to not only simplifying common safety practices and saving money for our customers, but also to making the work environment a safer place. Since our inception in 1993, we have worked to bring the industry together on common issues that everyone faces. The PEC Basic Orientation and Core Compliance programs, which are accredited by both SafeLandUSA and SafeGulf, are required or accepted by most major and independent oil and gas operators in the Gulf of Mexico and on land in the United States. This allows an employee to complete our training programs and gain access to most oil and gas platforms without having to repeat redundant training they have already received elsewhere, saving both time and money. The same goes for safety information reporting; instead of completing a safety questionnaire for each of their customers, a contractor company can complete our online questionnaire once and “release” it to Operators of their choosing.

Safety verification registrations

23. Biological Hazards

24. Ergonomic Hazards

25. Specialized Work Procedures

26. Hazardous Energy Control – LOTO

27. Fire Safety

28. First Aid and Blood borne Pathogens

29. Material Handling

30. Hand Tools

31. Walking, Working Surfaces

32. Scaffolds

33. Working at Heights

34. Confined Spaces

35. Electrical Safety

36. Excavation Hazards

37. Offshore Lifestyle (SafeGulf)

38. Helicopter Transportation (SafeGulf)

39. Boat Transportation (SafeGulf)

40. Arrival Offshore (SafeGulf)

41. Water Survival (SafeGulf)

42. Safety and Environmental Management (SafeGulf)

43. Terrorism Response Awareness Program (SafeGulf)

44.MSHA Training


Safety Partner/ 2nd party review and Training

Other Specific Safety Training Provided


Objective


Course Topics


  • Aerial Lift Training
  • Lock Out Tag Out Training
  • Confined Space Training
  • MSHA Training
  • AED Training
  • First Aid/ CPR Training
  • Hot Work Training
  • Powder Actuated Tools Training
  • Rigging Training


(24hr) 214-653-1100

Office Hours 8am to 5pm M-F

Completion of this training allows a miner to work in any surface coal or metal/non-metal mine in the United States. This 24-hour course meets requirements of CFR 30 Part 48.25 or Part 46.5 which include the following:


1. Instruction in the statutory rights of miners and their representatives under the Act; authority and responsibility of supervisors.

2. Self-rescue and respiratory devices.

3. Transportation controls and communication systems.

4. Escape and emergency evacuation plans; fire warning and firefighting.

5. Ground control working in areas of high walls, water hazards, pits and spoil banks; illumination and night work. 6. Health which includes hearing conservation.

7. Hazard recognition

8. First aid

9. Health and safety aspects of the tasks to which the new miner will be assigned which includes GHS and Hazard Communication

10. Welding & Cutting

                  


                    GSF Project Managers receive OSHA 30-Hour Construction




Objectives


OSHA 30-Hour Construction online safety course trains workers and employers on recognition, avoidance, abatement and prevention of safety and health hazards in the workplace. This course will benefit all workers and management at a construction office or work site The course is intended for supervisors or workers with some safety responsibility.


• Construction Workers

• Construction Foremen

• Construction Job Supervisors

• All Personnel Responsible for Construction-related Projects


Course Topics


•Introduction to OSHA

•Contractor's Safety and Health Program

•Reporting and Record Keeping

•Electrical Hazards

•Fall Protection

•Materials Handling

•Cranes and Rigging

•Motorized Mobile Platforms

•The Competent Person

•Excavations

•Work Zone Traffic Control

•Forklift Hazards

Great Southwestern Fire & Safety