Safety Training

We offer an extensive list of safety classes, some of which are offered publicly, and all of which are available on-site on your schedule.

Click here for public Safety class schedule, or call WCI at 800.621.2685 for custom scheduling.

 

How to Protect Your Workplace from NC OSHA's Top Ten

Who should participate: safety and HR professionals

Schedule: a 90-minute seminar  - registration details

Objectives: learn about last year's top ten, most-serious citations written by OSHA in North Carolina, how to avoid them, and more.

 

Mock OSHA Inspection Training

Who should participate: anyone responsible to workplace safety and compliance

Schedule: a one-morning seminar - registration details

Objectives: learn how to evaluate your workplace compliance with OSHA's health and safety standards, in the event of an OSHA inspection

 

Powered Industrial Trucks (Train-the-Trainer)

Who should participate: forklift trainers, safety & training managers, and those wanting to evaluate their existing PIT training program

Schedule: one-day seminar - registration details

Objectives:

  • Understand the required elements of an effective forklift training program
  • Learn the OSHA PIT standard, 29 CFR 1910.178
  • Identify common workplace hazards associated with PIT operation
  • Develop an OSHA compliant PIT training program for your location

 

HAZCOM Update Training

Who should participate: safety managers, plant managers, HR managers, safety communicators

Schedule: video on demand - information

Objective: learn about the 2012 changes to the Hazard Communication Standard that involve the globally harmonized system of chemical classification.

 

OSHA 10-Hour for General Industry

Who should participate: employees with safety responsibility

Schedule: two 5-hour sessions - registration details

Objective: orientation to occupational safety and health for employees

Program Content:

  • Introduction to OSHA
  • Walking and working surfaces
  • Egress and fire prevention
  • Machine guarding
  • Electrical
  • Personal protective equipment
  • Hazard communications
  • Material handling
  • Lockout / Tagout

 

OSHA 30-Hour for General Industry

Who should participate: safety managers and coordinators, supervisors and team leaders, safety committee members, HR representatives, or anyone with direct responsibility for safety

Schedule: five 6-hour sessions - registration details

Objective: learn how to prevent injuries and comply with OSHA regulations

Program Content: (OSHA General Industry Standards book is included)

  • how OSHA works, violations, and processes
  • latest general industry changes in regulations & standards
  • how to efficiently handle OSHA record keeping
  • assessing your compliance and making improvements
  • how to save your organization money through safety
  • proposed OSHA changes for your future
  • where to turn for OSHA information and regulation
  • getting prepared for an OSHA inspection

 

On-Location Safety Classes

These and other safety training classes can be provided directly for your company, on your schedule, either at your location or one of ours. Contact WCI at 800.621.2685 for more information.