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training and information for safety and health
professionals, experienced and novice, including
consulting services, certificate programs,
regulatory compliance training, employee training,
best safety practices and management programs.
Scroll down to view all of the course descriptions.
Safety Certificate Program (ASC)
The ASC offers broad-based skills needed to
implement a successful safety program. The ASC
is earned through the successful completion of
Principles of Occupational Safety (POSH) and mix of
the following courses to earn additional of 5.2 CEU
Managing for Results (1 day, 0.65 CEUs)
of Industrial Hygiene (4 days, 2.6 CEUs)
Investigation: Root Cause Analysis (1 day, 0.65
Safety Analysis (1 day, 0.65 CEUs)
Inspections (1 day, 0.65 CEUs)
Management Techniques (4 days, 2.6 CEUs)
Training Methods (4 days, 3.0 CEUs)
Safety (1 day, 0.65 CEUs)
is a new tool on OSHA's web page ( www.osha.gov/
) "Electric Power Generation,
Transmission and Distribution".
courses must be completed within a five-year
period. Certificates are awarded upon
successful completion of each course.
OF OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY (POSH)
POSH is a 4 days, (2.6 CEUs / 2.6 COCs)
comprehensive training program based on the National
Safety Council's Accident Prevention Manuals.
The POSH addresses the technical and human relations
aspects of occupational safety and health.
Students learn to apply the essential terminology,
principles, and practices of occupational safety and
health to the special needs of the organization.
MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES (SMT)
SMT is a 4 days (2.6 CEUs / 2.6 COCs) - enhances
your safety management skills! SMT will help
you maximize your organization's safety and health
efforts by addressing administrative, technical, and
TRAINING METHODS (STM)
STM is a 4 days (3.0 CEUs / 3.0 COCs) - course
teaches you how to create, select and deliver
training that engages employees and improves safety
performance. STM covers needs analysis,
performance objectives, instructional strategy and
methods, content, delivery and costs.
MANAGING FOR RESULTS
Ergonomics is a one (1) day course (0.6 CEUs / 0.6
Cocs / 1.0 IH CMs) (Approval #03-2805) - teaches you
how to recognize risk factors, conduct a worksite
analysis, evaluate and rank hazards, access control
methods, and identify steps to implement a
Incident Investigation is a one (1) day course (0.6
NSC CEUs / 0.6 COCs / 1.0 Safety CMs) (Approval
#03-2807) - covers the why, who, when, what and how
of each situation - and helps you determine a course
of action to prevent it from occurring again.
Job Safety is a one (1) day course (0.6 NSC CEUs /
0.6 COCs / 1.0 IH CHs) (Approval #03-2809) - is
proven process for controlling operating hazards and
costs. JSA offers an overview of the process
and shows you how to make it work for your
Safety Inspections is a one (1) day course (0.6 NSC
CEUs / 0.6 COCs / 1.0 Safety CMs) (Approval
#03-2806) - addresses the essential skills needed
for conducting various types of inspections and
taking measures to correct any hazards identified.
Team Safety is a one (1) day course (0.6 NSC CEUs /
0.6 COCs / 1.0 IH CMs) (Approval #03-2808) - helps
you get the most from your members. You'll
learn to create an effective safety team, identify
training and development needs of your team members,
build stronger meeting management skills and
strengthen your communication skills to conduct more
productive team meetings.
Accident Investigation is a four (4) hour course and
is designed to provide information to helping
understand why accidents occur in the workplace and
how to avoid them in the future.
OSHA's Permit-Required Confined Spaces Regulation is
a four (4) hour class, created to help prevent these
incidents, and can help you put the regulation into
practice and save lives. Confined spaces
incidents aren't the most common, but they can be
the most deadly. You'll learn practices and
procedures that will keep you in compliance and,
best of all, protect your employees.
This four (4) hour education program teaches the
employees safe practices for working with or near
electrical equipment with a review of lockout/tagout
procedures and more.
This four (4) hour course instructs participants how
to protect their eyes from debilitating
injuries. Major hazards to the eye and where
they exist, control of hazards, correct us of eye
protection and First Aid for eye injuries are some
the highlights covered.
BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS - ADULT and PEDIATRIC
When you offer emergency care training to your
employees, you demonstrate your commitment to their
safety and health. It is clearly documented
that immediate, trained response means less severe
injuries - and many lives saved. This means
lower worker's compensation, medical, insurance and
lost production and time costs to you!
Standard First Aid and CPR courses meet all OSHA
requirements. Many of the National Safety
Council's array of programs for pediatric and adult
certification are available in your classroom, ours
The following are courses offered by the Safety
Council of Greater St. Louis that offer training in
emergency care. Courses for the public, for
instructors, and for professional first
responders. Information for existing and
prospective training centers and instructors is
available as well as online training, related
textbooks and products. Some information can
be accessed here at our website or by contacting our
office at 314-621-9200.
National Safety Council's Flagger program four (4)
hour course is nationally recognized and meets or
exceeds the MUTCD (Manual on Uniform Traffic Control
Devices) and ANSI standard ISEA-107-1999. This
course has been adopted in many states, and provides
certification for work zone flaggers. It uses
best practices and performance-based testing to
promote safe and consistent techniques for moving
traffic through work zones.
Hazcom is a four (4) hour course which teaches
participants the essentials of working with
chemicals, how to read an MSDS, the Hazard
Classification System, Precautionary measures,
proper storage of chemicals and much more.
This is a four (4) hour course designed to help
understand key elements of the OSHA LO/TO
regulation. Lockout/Tagout is one of OSHA's
Top 10 "Most Serious Violations" and Top
10 "Most Often Cited Violations".
Our facilitators are safety experts who will break
down the regulation and answer your site-specific
questions. Network with your peers and apply
what you learn from this course at your worksite.
OSHA Recordkeeping is a four (4) hour course and
teaches the latest OSHA recordkeeping requirements
and how to work with the log.
10-HOUR GENERAL INDUSTRY or CONSTRUCTION
OSHA 10-Hour General Industry or Construction are
two (2) days courses - improves your compliance
efforts - get an overview of OSHA standards,
policies and procedures. Successful completion
qualifies you for the OSHA 10-Hour Card.
30-HOUR GENERAL INDUSTRY or CONSTRUCTION
This thirty (30) hour General Industry or
Construction courses covers OSHA policies,
procedures, and standards, as well as general
industry safety and health principles. Topics
include scope and application of the OSHA general
industry standards. Special emphasis is placed
on those areas that are the most hazardous, using
OSHA standards as a guide.
PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE)
This four (4) hour education program helps work with
the employee to teach them the importance of PPE and
its proper use and fitting. This program will
help meet OSHA training requirements, 29 DFR Part
1910, Subpart I. It covers PPE for eye, face,
head, hand, and foot.
TRIPS AND FALLS PREVENTION
This four (4) hour course addresses the needs of
general industry. They mechanics of Slips,
Trips and Falls, causes, identification of hazards
and avoidance are a few key areas covered in this
Learn from the Experts! ARC Flash
In partnership with Konecranes Company, the Safety
Council offers the following cost effective classes:
Overhead Crane Basic Rigging; Overhead Crane
Inspection, and Overhead Crane Inspection
here for the dates and registration form for Konecranes.
partnership with SPAN, the Safety Council offers the
following classes at attractive rates: ASP
preparation class and CSP preparation class. www.spansafetyworkshops.com.
Safety Council will offer the National
Telecommunications Safety Conference in partnership
this year in Portland, Maine. For more
information visit http://telsafe.org
& HEALTH CONFERENCE
collaboration with St. Louis University and the St.
Louis area, OSHA office and the Safety Council will
host the 8th Annual Greater St. Louis Safety and
Health Conference on October 18, 2011. Updates
are added continuously so be sure to check this
The Coaching Series offers a vast array of driver
related programs which may be purchased separately,
conducting your own training, through a
train-the-trainer program, or with our instructors
training your personnel at a mutually agreed upon
location. Some of these programs are Lift
Truck; SUV, Van & 15 Passenger Driver programs;
a multitude of specialty truck driver programs,
Professional Truck Driver, Straight Truck Driver and
Maintenance Vehicle Driver - just to mention a few.
This four (4) hour program meets or exceeds all DOT
requirements for Entry Level CDL training to
include: driver qualification, driver wellness,
hours of service, and whistleblower protection.
TRUCK OPERATOR TRAINING
The Lift Truck Operator Training is a comprehensive
four (4) hour course designed for both new and
experienced lift truck operators. This
information-packed classroom course encourages
participants to observe, analyze and discuss
recommended safety practices. Complete with
valuable OSHA reminder points.
DRIVING CLASS - (DDC-8) / (DDC-4)
The National Safety Council's eight (8) or four (4)
hour Driver Improvement Program is approved
throughout the United States for insurance rate or
driving record point reduction. These courses
should be part of every experienced driver's
education, and develop avoidance behavior and safe
driving practices. Teaching it to your drivers
can significantly reduce the number of collisions
and citations they experience.
array of specialty and classic defensive driving
courses, DDC-4 and DDC-8 are available either
through regularly scheduled classes or upon
request. Some of these specialty classes
include: 15 Passenger Van drivers, Alive at 25,
Emergency Vehicle Drivers (CEVO), with one-on-one
driver assessments also available. Large and
small group classes are offered to Safety Council
members at discounted rates. Some classes are
The DDC-8 or DDC-4 is appropriate for clients
that have traffic violations in Missouri, Illinois
and other states requiring 4, 6 or 8 hours of driver
improvement training. Many insurance companies
offer a discount for those who successfully
completed DDC-8. Pre-registration is strongly
National Safety Council (NSC) offers a wide range of
online safety training courses for individual
consumers and organizations looking to keep their
employees safe. These courses offer all the content
and quality of our traditional classroom training
programs, without the travel expense and time. NSC
makes it easy and enjoyable to learn our technically
sound content through a well integrated learning
experience comprised of full-motion video,
animation, interactive user exercises and real-world
here for more details.
The National Safety Council - and its local
Chapter network - have partnered with Summit
Training Source® to bring you the best in engaging,
interactive online workplace training. Now you can
train your entire workforce anywhere with
consistent, quality instruction from NSC.
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