2019-2020 Catalog

SAFE - SAFETY TECHNOLOGY

SAFE 1501 HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRON. SYSTEMS MGMT

This course provides a broad orientation to regulatory issues pertaining to safety, health and environment in the workplace. Topics may include federal, state and local regulations compliance management; air quality and air emissions, water pollution, soil contamination, waste disposal, pollution prevention plans, data gathering and reporting as important compliance issues; personal safety plans; development of policies and procedures; overall industrial safety management program management.

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SAFE 1502 FUNDAMENTALS OF INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE

This course is designed to introduce the student to the field of industrial hygiene. Concepts to be discussed include anticipation, recognition, evaluation, and control of chemical substances and physical agents in the workplace or environment. Emphasis will be placed on such subjects as air contaminants, toxicology, radiation, noise, temperature, personal protective equipment, engineering controls, and associated calculations. A hands-on approach will often be used in the process of learning instrument calibration, sampling methods, and other quantitative evaluations.

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Prerequisites

TECH 1600 and MATH 0930 or TECH 1000

SAFE 1544 HAZ WASTE OPERATIONS & EMRGNCY RESPONSE

This Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) course will cover safety, health and other potential site hazards; use of personal protective equipment (PPE); spill containment; waste minimization; remediation; safe use of engineering controls and equipment; and a demonstration of chemical and physical properties. This course is offered for Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grading.

2.5

SAFE 1551 GENERAL INDUSTRY SAFETY I

This 10-hour program is intended to provide a variety of training on General Industry Safety and Health to entry level workers. Hazard identification, avoidance, control and prevention, along with presentation of applicable OSHA standards are covered. Mandatory topics include such things are OSH Act, General Duty Clause 5 (a)(1), Inspections, Citations, and Penalties (CFR Part 1903), Recordkeeping (CFR Part 1904), Walking and working Surfaces (Subpart D), Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, Fire Prevention Plans, and Fire Protection, Subparts E & L, and Electrical, Subpart S. In addition, other topics may be included based on the major units of study or additional needs of company groups. This course is approved for S/U grading.

0.5

SAFE 1552 CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY SAFETY I

This 10-hour program is intended to provide a variety of training on Construction Safety and Health to entry level workers. Hazard identification, avoidance, control and prevention, along with presentation of applicable OSHA standards are covered. Mandatory topics include General Duty Clause, Recordkeeping, Electrical, and Fall Protection. In addition, other topics may be included based on the major units of study or additional needs of company groups. This course is approved for S/U grading.

0.5

SAFE 1553 GENERAL INDUSTRY SAFETY II

This 30-hour program is intended to provide a variety of training on General Industry Safety and Health to entry level workers. Hazard identification, avoidance, control and prevention, along with presentation of applicable OSHA standards are covered. Mandatory topics include such things are OSH Act, General Duty Clause 5 (a)(1), Inspections, Citations, and Penalties (CFR Part 1903), Walking and working Surfaces (Subpart D), Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, Fire Prevention Plans, and Fire Protection (Subparts E & L), and Electrical(Subpart S). In addition, other topics may be included based on the major units of study or additional needs of company groups. This course is approved for S/U grading.

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SAFE 1554 CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY SAFETY II

This 30-hour program is intended to provide a variety of training on Construction Safety and Health to entry level workers. Hazard identification, avoidance, control and prevention, along with presentation of applicable OSHA standards are covered. Mandatory topics include General Duty Clause, Recordkeeping (29 CFR 1904, Subpart C: General Safety and Health provisions, Competent Person, STD 3-1.1 (Clarification of Citation Policy Regarding 29 CFR 1926.20, 29 CFR 1926.21 and Related General Safety and Health Provisions); Safety Programs, Electrical Subpart K, and Fall Protection, Subpart M. In addition, other topics may be included based on the major units of study or additional needs of company groups. This course is approved for S/U grading.

2

SAFE 1560 PEC PREMIER CORE COMPLIANCE ORIENTATION

This course is an orientation of basic safety policies and procedures, which many oil and gas operators/producers require in order to work on a well site. Using the PEC Premier Core Compliance Workbook, students will learn the basic occupational and safety requirements for many operator/producers, acceptable worksite policies and procedures, hazardous situations identification through video exercises, incidence reporting procedures, and emergency response plans. This course is approved for S/U grading

1.5

SAFE 1565 SAFETY & FUNDAMENTALS ED-TRAINING SAFET

Safety And Fundamentals Education -Training (S.A.F.E.-T) School, is a real-time, hands-on based training focusing on potential hazard identification and resolution designed to instruct new employees to teach proper lifting technics and safe rig-up and rig-down practices using industry approved best practices. Active role-play participation runs throughout the course, with job scenarios across a broad range of Product Service Lines (PSL). This course is approved for S/U grading.

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