Our training program is designed to help reduce risk, contain costs, protect assets and ensure the overall safety of your workforce and community. All are free and the leaders are recognized experts in their field. For maximum accessibility and convenience, we provide training onsite and online. Contact your Risk Manager with any questions or comments about our program.
Prior to the implementation of the Operation & Maintenance provisions of the management plan(s)’, all members of a school system’s maintenance and custodial staff (custodians, electricians, heating/air conditioning engineers, plumbers, etc.) who may work in a building that contains Asbestos Containing Building Materials (ACBM) must receive awareness training of at least 2 hours, whether or not they are required to work with ACBM. New custodial and maintenance employees shall be trained within 60 days after commencement of employment.View Details
LO/TO has been one of OSHA’s Top10 most cited regulations for several years. This course will include: the elements of a lockout/tagout program; identifying the types of energy addressed by a LO/TO program; review of the seven steps of shutdown and five steps to return a piece of equipment or machine to operation; authorized and affected employees; understanding that the written Lockout/Tagout Program is not the procedure for releasing energy of the equipment/machinery, and the MA Department of Labor Standards LO/TO templates.View Details
Employers that have hazardous chemicals in their workplaces are required by OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200) to implement a written hazard communication program. The program must include labels on containers of hazardous chemicals, safety data sheets (SDSs) for hazardous chemicals, and training for workers. Each employer must also describe in a written program how it will meet the requirements of the HCS in each of these areas.View Details
This course covers an introduction to basic incident investigation procedures and describes analytical techniques. Safety officers, human resources personnel, department directors, and others in management positions will benefit from participating in this course.View Details
This course is taught at an awareness level with the target audience being municipal workers, supervisors, managers, safety officers, human resources, and personnel who may, after receiving additional training, become members of a confined space rescue team.View Details
This course is designed for municipal workers and police officers who work on or near roadways. The course focuses on the MA DOT Work Zone Safety Guidelines for Temporary Traffic Control and refers to the Manual for Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) with MA DOT amendments. Participants will watch a video developed by the MA Department of Labor Standards that addresses the safe and effective use of law enforcement personnel in roadway work zones.View Details