Monthly Archives: August 2016

Not Your Normal Train-The- Trainer

For 37 Years I have been teaching, inspecting, and talking to individuals from all over the world about safety and training adults. I have taken and or even designed many of the courses used by training organizations that teach others how to train adults. Continue reading

OSHA…..New Rules, New Fines, New Headaches!

2016 Recordkeeping 02

2016 has been a banner year for new changes in OSHA record keeping, new fines, and how OSHA conducts business. Most record keeping classes only touch on some of the requirements of record keeping and its importance. This class goes beyond other recordkeeping classes to include JSA’s, NEW CFR1904 Compliance, Multi-Employer Worksites, and Training Record Creation / Maintenance. Continue reading

Classes Starting Next Week On-Line include:

NCEHSE Gen AdSafety Report Writing and Analytical Methods

(A class on writing professionally)

Safety Information Management

( The one class that gives you an overview on how to run a safety program). Continue reading

New ANSI – Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) Course Offered for 2016

In keeping with the ever changing requirements for professional formal training for workers and supervisors NCEHSE is offering a new H2S Hydrogen Sulfide Worker Awareness / Refresher course for 2016. Unlike substandard 4-hour courses that basically teach workers to run when smell H2S, this full day course helps the worker understand the dangers, signs, symptoms, and mitigation measures they need to take to protect themselves and co-workers while working in and around an H2S environment. Continue reading

ENMUR and NCEHSE Announces Fall Classes for their Degree and Certification classes

ENMUR and NCEHSE Announces Fall Classes for their degree and certification classes. These accredited  courses are 16 weeks in length (except 109 & 115 which are 2- 8 hour days) and can be applied towards the degree or certifications offered. Tuition is as low as $69 per credit hour with financial aid and PEL grants available. Continue reading