OSHA Health & Safety Training

Customized Classes

Kishwaukee College Business Development offers a huge spectrum of health and safety training and OSHA compliance topics. Our staff will work with your business to provide instructors, materials, and other components that will meet and exceed your high standards.

Contact Melissa Gallagher at 815-825-2086 Ext. 3950 or melissa.gallagher@kishwaukeecollege.edu

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GHS - Globally Harmonized Systems   SAF-438-0001 Oct. 9, 2013 Jeff Clark , Instr.
$89.00 Conference Center Room A1220 1pm-2:30pm


GHS - Globally Harmonized Systems   SAF-438-0002 Dec. 19, 2013 Jeff Clark , Instr.
$89.00 Conference Center Room A1220 1pm-2:30pm

 The Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) is now aligned with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS). This training will provide updated information on the new changes to HCS and to provide a common and coherent approach to classifying chemicals and communicating hazard information on labels and safety data sheets. Employers are required to train employees on the new label elements and SDS format by Dec. 1, 2013. Manufacturers are to be in compliance in 2015. The final rule of full compliance and enforcement will begin in 2015. The three major areas of change are in hazard classification, labels and safety data sheets.


Electrial Safety-Related Work Practices SAF-402-0001 Oct. 25, 2013 Jeff Clark , Instr.
$99.00 Conference Center Room A1220 9am-12pm

Arc Flash/Lock-Out Tag-Out

This course is directed to qualified and unqualified persons working on or near electrically-energized equipment where there is a possibility of electrical shock. Topics include understanding the OSHA Subpart S Electrical standard and NFPA’s 70E Arc Flash requirements (including required personal protective equipment, developing energy control procedures [Lock Out 29 CFR 1910.147], and the required annual inspections).


D.O.T. HazMat SAF-409-0001 Oct. 9, 2013 Jeff Clark , Instr.
$99.00 Conference Center Room A1220 9am-12pm

Dept. of Transportation Required Hazardous Materials Training       

The Department of Transportation requires training for employees receiving or shipping hazardous materials. This training includes 49 CFR hazardous materials table, packaging of materials, shipping papers and other documentation, and recognizing potential hazardous conditions when receiving packages. Participants are encouraged to bring list of products they ship or receive and samples of shipping papers. DOT Homeland security training is included in the course.


Fall Prevention SAF-433-0001 Oct. 25, 2013 Jeff Clark , Instr.
$94.00 Conference Center Room A1220 1pm-3pm

The topics covered in this course include OSHA regulations regarding fall prevention and protection. These include various systems such as PFAS-Arrests a Fall, FRS-Prevents a Fall, Positioning Device-Limit Fall to 2’, Guardrails-Prevent a Fall, Safety Nets-Arrest a Fall, Warning Line-Warn a Worker of Danger, and Slide Guard-Prevent Worker From Sliding Down a Sloped Roof. Other topics include site analysis, written company program, and suspension trauma.


10 Hour General Industry Training OSHA-405-0001 Nov. 6, 2013 - 8am-3pm Jeff Clark , Instr.
$250.00 Room A1220 Confence Center Nov. 7, 2013 - 8am-12pm  

Participants learn the major provisions of the Occupational Safety and Health Act. Primary topics include the inspection and citation process, working and walking surfaces, emergency plans and exit routes, material safety data sheets and labeling, electrical safety, and machine guarding and recordkeeping. This course can be customized to meet participants’ needs.

Requirements: Class participants must present a Photo ID to earn the OSHA 10 Hour General Industry card upon completion of this class.


Forklift Operation Safety Trainer/Supervisor SAF-404-0001 Dec. 19, 2013 Jeff Clark , Instr.
$99.00 Conference Center Room A1220 9am-12pm

Forklift Safety & Train-the-Trainer 

This program covers the classroom requirements of the New Powered Industrial Truck Standard. OSHA defines a powered industrial truck as a “mobile, power propelled truck used to carry, push, lift, stack or tier material”. Note that manually- operated pallet movers, earth moving equipment, and agricultural equipment is not covered by this regulation.

The Train-the-Trainer portion of the class will review the Powered Industrial Truck company requirements and operator trainer requirements. Discussion topics include frequently asked questions, daily checklists, and a sample performance test.

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For more information contact Melissa Gallagher, Business Development Coordinator at (815) 825-2086 ext. 3950 or melissa.gallagher@kishwaukeecollege.edu.

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