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Safety Attendant Training

2nd Nature Safety Attendant training is designed to orient an individual with the site specific requirements for acting as a Safety Attendant in the refinery industry. This is a training on how to be a Safety Attendant under the requirements for Confined Space Safety Attendant, Fire Watch, Fresh Air Bottle Watch, Flare Watch, and Traffic Watch attendant.


This training will determine if you make $10 hr. or up to $18hr. Our instructors are not just class room professional but we have worked in this field and industry for years and we involve OSHA and hands on knowledge, so when you go to your next interview and they ask you do you have experience you can definitely say YES!


There are several companies that will train you but they will under pay you with no experience. Invest in yourself so you can invest in your future.


A fire watch is a temporary situation in which a person checks building property for fires in progress or for extreme fire hazard situations. Fire watch personnel do their work when the likelihood of a fire outbreak is high. This includes “hot work” that involve welding, sparks or hot materials. The duties of fire watch personnel vary between jobs and location sites, but basic tasks come with each position.

Forklift OSHA Regulation Training

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OSHA Forklift Regulation Safety Training / OSHA 10 Outreach Training 


The course covers the basic design of forklifts, OSHA regulations regarding training required to operate forklifts, and forklift operations. Topics include:


  • Forklift design and parts

  • OSHA 10-Hour courses for the construction and general industries teach health and safety awareness, and help workers reduce the risk of job-site hazards.

  • OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.178 (1)

  • Forklift operation under various surface conditions

  • Load stability and manipulation

  • Load stacking and unstacking

  • Vehicle and pedestrian traffic safety

  • Class Type: General Safety

*This certification can be used in both the refineries and warehouses

HAZWOPER 40 Training

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Once completed this training may qualify you for continuing education credits as part of a professional development program, or when submitting this course work for college credit. This program also helps to prepare students for the Certified Safety Professional, Certified Safety Health Manager, Certified Environmental Safety & Health Trainer, and other professional credentials. 


Topics Include:


Confined Space   H2S1 (Hydrogen Sulfide)

Lockout Tag out    Supplied Air (Hands-on)

Benzene   Fire Watch    Hearing Conservation Procedures Policy

Respirator and Respiratory Training Blood Borne Pathogen

OSHA 10 Training

OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Outreach Training Program (29 CFR 1910)


This 10-hour program is intended to provide a variety of general industry safety and health training to entry-level workers. This course is designed to be presented to workers, therefore it must emphasize hazard identification, avoidance, control and prevention. There are six mandatory topics that will be covered including:

  • Introduction to OSHA

  • Walking and working surfaces

  • Exit routes, emergency action plans, fire prevention plans, and fire protection

  • Electrical

  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

  • Hazard Communication.


We also cover: hazardous materials, material handling, machine guarding, introduction to industrial hygiene, blood borne pathogens, ergonomics, fall protection, safety and health programs. 


Students that complete this course will receive an OSHA Student Course Completion Card.


OSHA 30 Training

OSHA 30-Hour General Industry Outreach Training Program (29 CFR 1910)


The 30-hour program is intended to provide a variety of training to people with some safety and supervisory responsibilities. Regulatory requirements will be addressed along with hazard identification, avoidance, control and prevention. Required course topics will include: Introduction to OSHA ; Walking and Working Surfaces Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plan, Fire Prevention Plans, and Fire Protection); Electrical ; Personal Protective Equipment PPE Material Handling ; Hazard Communication in real job scenario.


The course will also include these following topics: Hazardous Materials, Permit-Required Confined Spaces; Lockout/Tag out; Machine Guarding; Welding, Cutting, and Brazing; Introduction to Industrial Hygiene; Blood borne Pathogens; Ergonomics; Fall Protection; Safety and Health Programs; Powered Industrial Vehicles.


Students that complete this course will receive an OSHA Student Course Completion card and a certificate!

CPR/First Aid Training

 This course is American Heart Association approved and is specific for anyone needing or wanting CPR, AED and first aid training. This course is recommended for teachers, foster parents, personal trainers, etc.

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Our general industry/construction / labor course is the first of its kind with OSHA standards and procedures being our foundation, while aiming above and beyond their expectations. The quality of training will be proven by the knowledge, esteem and integrity of the students that enroll and graduate through our training.


Our training is not just for the veteran in this industry, but is also for the college graduate, CSST/ CSSS graduates, fire-watch, hole-watch, electrician, VP, safety tech, owner etc. The offered courses include:


  • Safety Management Skills Introduction 

  • Safety Committee Operations* Basic Accident Investigation

  • Hazard Analysis and Control*Hazard Communication Program

  • Conducting a Job Hazard Analysis

  • Effective Safety Committee Meetings

  • OSHA record keeping*Personal Protective Equipment Inspection

  • Purpose and procedure for lockout/tag out

  • Ergonomics Identification/hazards

  • Safety Supervision / Leadership Training

  • How to Implement OSHA Training

  • Preventing /Procedure/ Documentation Workplace Violence/ Harassment Prevention Training

  • Confined Space Program

  • Fall Protection Program

  • Electrical Safety Basics

  • Safety Management System Evaluation

  • Identify and Fill out Emergency Action Plans

  • Policy /Procedures of Fire Prevention Plan

  • Ergonomics Program Management

  • How to make lesson plan for OSHA Training

  • Introduction to Industrial Hygiene

  • Blood borne pathogens

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