Senior Safety Consultant, Pearl Engineering
Former Deputy Chief of EMS Prevention and Training
– Eau Claire, Wisconsin
Scott is available to provide On-Site Construction Safety expertise to projects in need.
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Confined Space Entry
This course covers the required information on the regulations and procedures for the Entrant, Attendant, and Entry Supervisor duties and responsibilities through lecture and hands on practical drills.
Upon competition the worker will be able to identify permit required confined spaces and the hazards that may be present.
How to complete the required entry permit and prepare the confined space for entry using ventilation, lockout/tag out procedures and other techniques to identify hazards prior to entry.
How to monitor for atmospheric hazards, eliminate, control or protect themselves from all hazards and use the Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) needed to safely perform their duties in and around confined spaces.
Confined Space Rescue
This hands on class allows the worker to practice using the PPE, retrieval equipment, air monitoring and rescue equipment to perform rescues from vertical, horizontal and restricted openings in permit required Confined spaces.
This class meets the requirements for the designated rescue team requirements as outlined in OSHA 1910.146 standard.
Confined Space Rescue Annual Refresher
The OSHA standard requires each member of the designated rescue team to perform an actual or simulated rescue from every size, type, configuration of confined spaces they may make a rescue from.
This annual confined space refresher will assist with developing rescue plans for Permit Required Confined Spaces at the facility and review and sharpen the workers skills by using the PPE, retrieval equipment and other tools to practice rescues from the identified permit required confined spaces.
HAZWOPER 24 hour class
HAZWOPER 40 hour class
HAZWOPER 8 hour Annual Refresher
Incipient Industrial Fire Brigade Member Training: 8 to 16 class hours
The class will cover the OSHA and NFPA standards relating to industrial fire brigades, fire behavior, incident command, and operation within the companies emergency response plan.
The hands on session will allow the worker to select the proper extinguisher, and evaluate the fire and room condition to safely extinguish a fire with portable extinguisher and 1 ½ hose lines.
Haz mat operations annual refresher 4 – 8 hours
Haz mat awareness level 2 – 4 hours
Haz Mat DOT shipper 8 hours
Emergency response training
Fire Extinguisher training
Lock-out Tag-outFall Protection
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