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Motheread/Fatheread CEUs

$10

If you have completed the Motheread/Fatheread Institute to become a certified facilitator, then you are eligible to recieve 2.0 CEUs from RMEC. Once you add the item to your cart and purchase this item, our team we confirm your completion status with Motherread/Fatheread and issue an electronic CEU certificate.

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Phyliss Moosavi at 303-914-6768

RMEC 318 Supervisor Safety Course

$495

RMEC 318 Supervisor Safety Course

This course will provide supervisors and managers with the necessary skills to facilitate the day-to-day activities involving employee safety performance. This course stresses supervisory behavior needed in managing a departmental safety effort. Students will participate in an assessment to help determine how their styles may influence the success and/or failure of a safety program. Activities will help transfer practical skills and knowledge from the classroom to the workplace. 1.2 CEUs

RMEC 320 - Writing Safety Policies, Programs & Procedures for your Company

$150

RMEC 320 - Writing Safety Policies, Programs & Procedures for your Company

This course is designed for experienced safety managers, safety supervisors and safety committee leaders with several years of OSHA compliance and fileld experience in any industry. This course will provide participants with the knowledge and tools to: Determine when and what health & safety policies, programs and procedures are needed in the workplace; identify the OSHA regulations that require written programs and procedures; evaluate written documents currently in place at your company; asses grammar, spelling and punctuation. This course will also explain the difference between policiies, programs, procedures, guideline, safety manual, handbooks and other documents. 7 CEUs

RMEC 360 - Forklift Operator - Powered Industrial Truck Standard

$495

RMEC 360 - Forklift Operator - Powered Industrial Truck Standard

This course will cover the Powered Industrial Trucks Standard 29 CFR 1910.178. This standard impacts all industries that use trucks, except for agricultural operators. Topics in this course will include OSHA standards, ANSI standards, Mechanics of the forlift, load handling procedures, and much more. Upon completion of this course students will have gained knowledge of mandatory requirements and will be capable of passing a written test. Course participats will acquire the skills to properly implement a complete forklift program. 1.2 CEUs

RMEC 380 - Safety Programs

$295

RMEC 380 - Safety Programs

This course is designed for general industry and construction companies in the development or review of their health and safety program. Some of the course topics include fundamentals of OSHA. legal responsibilities, contractor responsibilities, regulation interpretation techniques, establishing safety commitees, incident investigation fundamentals, conducting effective safety audits, and OSHA recordkeeping fundamentals. Learn how to find the key elements of OSHA regulations such as Hazard Communication. Respirator, Evacuation, Electrical, Confined Space, Fall Protection, ect. 1.2 CEUs

RMEC 701 - Confined Space

$150

with Tom Gore

8 Hr Confined Space

RMEC 901 - Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT) First Responder Operations - Level 2

$195

with Shawn Armstrong

RMEC 901 - Hazardous Material (HAZMAT) First Responder Operations - Level 2

Suggested prerequisites: Awareness Level 1 training or equivalent. OSHA's 29 CFR 1910.120 standard indicates that all employees who respond to a hazardous materials emergency must receive training based on their level of activities at the incident. The operations-level responder is defined as aybody who responds to a hazardous materials emergency for the purpose of protecting persons, property or the environment from the effects of the release. Operations-level responders perform in a defensive manner to contain the release from a safe distance, keep it from spreading, and prevent exposure. OSHA regulations require a minimum of eight hours of training at this level. .8 CEUs





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