Instructor-led courses conducted on site are an effective way to train employees. Hands-on skills are best learned by doing! Training with the actual equipment employees will use and facility-specific scenarios provide the knowledge and practice necessary to develop and improve needed skills.
We offer the following instructor-led courses:
- Safety Training
- Fire Watch
- Fall Protection
- Confined Space Awareness
- Confined Space Entry
- Confined Space Rescue
- Respiratory Protection
- Process Safety Management (PSM)
- Lockout/Tagout & Lockout Tags-Plus
For more information, visit our Instructor Led Training page, here.
iWorkWise has produced this online training as an introduction to hazard communication, hazards that chemicals may present, and how to use Safety Data Sheets and labels to get information about chemicals in the workplace.
Employees have the right to know about chemicals in their workplace and how those chemicals may be harmful. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires that all employers with hazardous chemicals in their workplaces have labels and safety data sheets for their exposed workers, inform them about the chemical hazards, and train them to handle the chemicals appropriately.
You can register for online classes here.
iWorkWise has produced a confined space awareness level course to provide an introduction to the hazards of confined spaces. Most workers who die in confined spaces do so because they don’t recognize or control the hazards. An awareness level person needs to be able to recognize a confined space when they see one, understand the potential dangers, and know what to do when they encounter a confined space.
There is one death in a confined space every four days.
You can register for online classes here.
iWorkWise fall protection training teaches the principles and regulations related to fall protection in general industry and onboard vessels covering requirements of 29 CFR 1910.28, .29 and .140.
Conducted at your facility, or aboard your vessel, the course introduces a proactive approach to identify fall hazards and protection methods through a planning process.
We cover the use of fall protection equipment along with slips, trips and falls, ladder safety, floor openings, fall restraint, personal fall arrest systems, anchorages, body harnesses, connectors, lifelines, inspection and maintenance, and rescue.
For more information or to schedule a class, please contact Kris Compau by phone at 206-331-4130 ext. 115 or by email at email@example.com.
iWorkWise has partnered with Blue Mountain Community College to bring a 24-Hour HAZWOPER Technician Level and 8-Hour refresher course to Boardman, Oregon.
HAZWOPER Hazardous Materials Technician:
This course is intended for those employees who respond offensively to stop a hazardous chemical release. Students completing the course are certified as Hazardous Materials Technicians. Topics covered include, but are not limited to: laws and regulation; incident command system; required notifications; hazard recognition, assessment, and communication; hazardous material classification and identification; monitoring and instrumentation; PPE/chemical protective clothing; respiratory protection; decontamination procedures; termination procedures; emergency response planning and plan implementation; control and containment operations.
HAZWOPER Annual Refresher:
This course focuses on the topics required to maintain competency as a Hazardous Materials Technician, First Responder, and/or Incident Commander. The course provides review of major response concepts and procedures, information on applicable new technologies and strategies, advanced response techniques for specific hazardous materials, and analysis of relevant case studies. A dynamic mix of classroom instruction, demonstrations, exercises, and hands-on training is used to meet learning objectives.
24-Hour HAZWOPER Technician: August 14th to 16th
8-Hour HAZWOPER Refresher: August 16th
Workforce Training Center
251 Olson Road
Boardman, OR 97818
To register, contact Anne Morter, Workforce Training Center Director, at 541-481-2099 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.