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Ship Repair Safety and Health 16-Hour Certification Course

 

Course Design and Objectives
This ship repair safety and health training course is designed to provide attendees in the maritime industry with information about identifying, abating, avoiding, and preventing job related hazards. Attendees will not only be able to help identify regulatory compliance requirements on the jobsite, but they will gain the knowledge to become part of the company’s safety culture.

 

What You Will Learn

  • Appropriate PPE selection techniques
  • How to correctly inspect and use fall protection
  • Confined and enclosed space safety procedures
  • Electrical safety requirements
  • Hot work safety procedures
  • Chemical hazard awareness
  • Walking and working surfaces, including guarding deck openings
  • Proper ladder use
  • Proper respirator filter and cartridge selection criteria
  • Protecting personnel from common ship repair hazards

 

Who Should Attend
Ship repair key staff, supervisors, safety officers, and engineers.

 

Certifications/Authorizations

  • Ship repair safety and health 16-hour certificate issued by iWorkWise
  • Annual fire watch training card issued by iWorkWise
  • Shipyard 10-hour safety training course completion card issued by OSHA

 

 

 

Shipyard OSHA 10-Hour Safety Training

 

iWorkWise trainers are authorized by OSHA to conduct general industry and maritime safety training. Upon successful completion, trainees will receive a course-completion card issued by OSHA.

 

Course Design and Objectives
The Maritime OSHA safety training course is designed to provide attendees in the maritime industry with information about identifying, abating, avoiding, and preventing job related hazards. Attendees will not only be able to help identify regulatory compliance requirements on the jobsite, but they will gain the knowledge to become part of the company’s safety culture.

 

What You Will Learn

  • Appropriate PPE selection techniques
  • How to correctly inspect and use fall protection
  • Proper respirator filter and cartridge selection criteria
  • Use of a common 4-gas meter
  • Properly protecting personnel from common ship repair hazards

 

Who Should Attend
Anyone engaged in ship repair activities.

 

Certification
Shipyard 10-hour safety training course completion card issued by OSHA.

 

 

 

Shipyard Safety Procedures, 4 Hours

 

Course Description
The shipyard safety training course is designed to provide general shipyard employees and contractors working in the shipyard setting with awareness information about identifying, avoiding, and preventing shipyard related hazards.

 

Topics

  • Personal protective equipment
  • Walking and working surfaces
  • Basic electrical and power tool safety
  • Hot work safety
  • Hazardous energy control/Lockout/tags-plus
  • Respiratory protection
  • Confined and enclosed spaces

 

 

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