Monthly Archives: February 2016

Lack of Knowledge is Costing You Money!

2016 EHS Recordkeeping

Proper OSHA recordkeeping is the cornerstone of any and all safety programs. Knowing what to do is just as important as knowing when to do it. Many companies spend thousands of dollars misreporting accidents and injuries and if they are caught not reporting; thousands in potential fines. In fact, many OSHA fines center around not completing the proper paperwork. This series of courses is from the most popular courses taught all rolled up into three days. In these classes you will find out how each is interrelated to each other and how you can save your company time, money, and unnecessary paperwork or litigation. Students will study:

  • 29CFR1904 Recordkeeping requirements
  • What is and isn’t medical / first aid (and how to record it)
  • How to deal with subcontractor workers
  • The importance of supervision / supervisors
  • Reducing Workman’s Comp and getting employees back to work
  • How OSHA wants JSA/JHA’s done
  • Developing a defendable training program / records
  • OSHA’s Multi-Employer worksite policy

If there was one course that all safety, health, and environmental professionals needed it is this one. HR professionals and company owners who are trying to manage a safety or risk program would also find the information invaluable for the day to day operation of their companies. Seating is limited to 25 students and reservations are required. To attend, contact 575-624-7381 or 624-7164. Download our registration form at www.ncehsedu.com to reserve your seat. Classes can be applied towards a fully accredited certification or degree if needed.

Pipeline Operations Safety Course

Pipeline-ClassPipeline Operations Safety [30 Hour class]
ENMUR/NCEHSE Rate … $449pp  March 2-4Roswell NM.
This course is designed for technicians, supervisors, managers, and safety professionals working in the oil and gas industry who want a better understanding of pipeline safety awareness and the regulations that govern the
day-to-day field operations. Emphasis is placed on understanding CFR 49 (pipeline regulations) OSHA, ANSI, API, and emergency response (ERG) requirements. For more info Call 575-624-7381 / 624-7164

Fall Protection (CP) and Training the Professional Trainer Class Next Week

There is still time to sign up for the classes. Call 575-624-7381 or 575-624-7164AAEAAQAAAAAAAAcdAAAAJDY4ZDU3OTg5LWJjNzEtNDRkZi04MzgzLTg1NjgwMjczYTY5Nw

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Class Schedule for Feb-Apr

Here is a list of training events on-line or on-campus coming up at the Roswell NM campus of NCEHSE. To schedule a training session at your location, contact 575-624-7381 or 575-624-7164 and ask about customized training. Please click on the customized training tab above to see a description of the classes and cost for each class. (All classes are tentatively scheduled until class minimums are met).

NCEHSEDU 2016 Schedule

February 2016

24 – 26 (NC-3047) Fall Protection Competent Person  $399pp

27 – 28 – (NC-2240a) Training the Professional Trainer (weekend class)  $295pp

March 2016

2-4 (NC-3233) Pipeline Operations Safety  $449pp

9-11 (NC-3050) Professional EHS Record Keeping  $345

23–24  Hazard Awareness and Identification Training  $195

25 –

26 – Apr 1            Spring Break

April 2016

6–8 

13 – 15 (NC-3109i) H2S Instructor Training $399

23-24 (NC-2115) OSHA Awareness Course for General Industry (OSHA 10 in Spanish)$295

27 – 29 (NC-3048) Permit Req Confined Space $399

OSHA Record Keeping, Training, JSA/JHA Class Starts 17 – 19 Feb

If you are responsible for the OSHA 300 log at your company then you are all too familiar with the 1 February posting deadline for the annual summary. What you may or may not know is that in 2015 some of the record 2016 Recordkeeping classkeeping requirements changed and some exceptions were eliminated. As a former State inspector and consultant for many large corporations (35 years), I have found that companies both large and small many times do not know how to correctly report accidents, injuries, or hospitalization / first aid incidents and often over-report occurrences that lead to increases in their insurance premiums. Beyond the possible fines for misreporting, litigation, and unnecessary training; lack of knowledge cost industry millions of dollars each year. With OSHA’s enactment of the multi-employer work site policy, many companies have discovered that they were responsible for their subcontractor’s employees and that their choice of vendors could affect their ability to procure bigger contracts.
With this in mind, the National Center for EHS Education (NCEHSE) has developed a series of 1 day classes that teach the essentials of record keeping. Our classes’ focus on the requirements that all companies show know and understand. We walk you through the elements of the regulations, what to report, and what not to report, what is medical treatment, and how to properly document training that could keep you out of court. The three class series can be taken individually or as a set (discounts offered for taking all three). Each class will help you to understand what OSHA and industry are looking for and help you document your training program correctly. Don’t delay, documentation requirements for 2016 could change and you need to be ready for closer scrutiny of your records.
As always, NCEHSE recommends that before you attend any training, check the credentials of the person doing the training. You will find that NCEHSE instructors are leaders in their field and can deliver training that is informative, accurate, and enjoyable.

Pipeline Operations Safety Course

Pipeline-ClassPipeline Operations Safety [30 Hour class]
ENMUR/NCEHSE Rate … $449pp  March 2-4Roswell NM.
This course is designed for technicians, supervisors, managers, and safety professionals working in the oil and gas industry who want a better understanding of pipeline safety awareness and the regulations that govern the
day-to-day field operations. Emphasis is placed on understanding CFR 49 (pipeline regulations) OSHA, ANSI, API, and emergency response (ERG) requirements. For more info Call 575-624-7381 / 624-7164

OSHA Documentation Deadline is Here!

Paperwork jungle

If you are responsible for the OSHA 300 log at your company then you are all too familiar with the 1 February posting deadline for the annual summary. What you may or may not know is that in 2015 some of the record keeping requirements changed and some exceptions were eliminated. As a former State inspector and consultant for many large corporations (35 years), I have found that companies both large and small many times do not know how to correctly report accidents, injuries, or hospitalization / first aid incidents and often over-report occurrences that lead to increases in their insurance premiums. Beyond the possible fines for misreporting, litigation, and unnecessary training; lack of knowledge cost industry millions of dollars each year. With OSHA’s enactment of the multi-employer work site policy, many companies have discovered that they were responsible for their subcontractor’s employees and that their choice of vendors could affect their ability to procure bigger contracts.
With this in mind, the National Center for EHS Education (NCEHSE) has developed a series of 1 day classes that teach the essentials of record keeping. Our classes’ focus on the requirements that all companies show know and understand. We walk you through the elements of the regulations, what to report, and what not to report, what is medical treatment, and how to properly document training that could keep you out of court. The three class series can be taken individually or as a set (discounts offered for taking all three). Each class will help you to understand what OSHA and industry are looking for and help you document your training program correctly. Don’t delay, documentation requirements for 2016 could change and you need to be ready for closer scrutiny of your records.
As always, NCEHSE recommends that before you attend any training, check the credentials of the person doing the training. You will find that NCEHSE instructors are leaders in their field and can deliver training that is informative, accurate, and enjoyable. We offer open enrollment classes at our NCEHSE/ENMUR campus in Roswell NM or we can set up classes at your facility. Call 575-624-7381 / 624-7164

 

Fall Protection Competent Person

When you take a competent person class from the National Center for EHS Education (NCEHSE) you know that the training is of the highest caliber and meets or exceeds government requirements for professional training. Our courses are fully accredited and qualify for college credits. Courses meet and exceed ANSI, USACE, and OSHA requirements for content / structure and are taught by individuals with decades of experience in the field and in the classroom. Before you attend any training, check the credentials of the person doing the training. You will find that NCEHSE instructors are leaders in their field and can deliver training that is informative, accurate, and enjoyable. We offer open enrollment classes at our NCEHSE/ENMUR campus in Roswell NM or we can set up classes at your facility. Call 575-624-7381 / 624-7164

Check out the class schedule or customize training to find out more about this class.2016 Fall protection CP

Train The Professional Trainer

Train Trainer adOSHA, ANSI, and other entities require specialized and documented training in order for individuals to be able to conduct training. At the National Center for EHS Education (NCEHSE) we specialize in providing the essential elements of what it takes to become a professional trainer. Training the Professional Trainer focuses on the academic requirements of how to train adults, manage a classroom, develop / document a class, and provide training that is accurate, informative, and enjoyable. “This is not your average training class”. Couple this training with your experience and qualifications and you have the necessary credentials needed to start your career as a trainer or provide training to your company. At NCEHSE we provide accredited and approved training that can lead to certifications and a degree in Occupational Safety and Environmental Management. We offer open enrollment classes at our NCEHSE/ENMUR campus in Roswell NM or we can set up classes at your facility. Call 575-624-7381 / 624-7164

Hazard Awareness and Identification Training for Supervisors 5 Feb

Slide3ENMUR/NCEHSE RATE…$195
OSHA requires that employers be responsible for identifying hazards and hazardous conditions that can be found on many jobsites. Current regulatory language now refers to qualified and accountable supervision of employees. Most employers utilize supervisors and managers as their front line defense in establishing a safe work environment. Unfortunately, many of these individuals are technically experienced on the tasks involved but have little or no training in how to identify and mitigate hazards according to OSHA. This course lays the groundwork on how they can marry their expertise and technical knowledge with regulatory compliance issues. This course is designed for all levels of supervision but would benefit the new supervisor (less than three years) in identifying some of the responsibilities they may not be aware they have due to their position.

Call 575-624-7381 04 575-624-7164 for more info or to register.