Tag Archives: Judge Group Artesia

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

Before You Teach Your First Class

You are about to teach your first class…… YOUR FIRST CLASS! This interview covers some helpful tips to help you get through making your first or one hundredth presentation. Derived from the classes on Training the Professional Trainer.

Interview: You Lost your Job.. Now go get the one you Want!

This is a video from a classroom interview with Michael O’Berry, Director of NCEHSE

Re-Thinking Train-the-Trainer



Quite often I will get a call in which the caller will want to know “what one class do they need to take to become a safety trainer”? Obviously, it takes experience and technical training to become a professional safety trainer; but the question is not really that far off when you start talking about train-the-trainer classes. Continue reading

OSHA Training Classes for November and December

The National Center for EHS Education (NCEHSEDU) at ENMU-Roswell will be offering the following classes in November and December for businesses in and around Roswell, Artesia, Carlsbad, Hobbs and the Midland, Odessa area. For a more complete click on the class schedule above. To register, call 575-624-7164 and talk to Jessica.

November 12 and 13:
OSHA 10 Hour for Construction
This class is taught by Michael O’Berry and will encompass the requirements found in 29CFR1026 for OSHA outreach classes. Topics will include electrical, falls, caught in, / in-between, as well as arc flash, ppe, the updated confined space, and tool usage among others. Students will receive an OSHA 10 for construction card upon successful completion. This is a difficult class to find and anyone engaged in construction will find it essential in building a safe workplace at their company.
Class runs from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. each day.

December 2-4:
Fall Protection Competent Person
Course covers the requirements found in both USACE, ANSI, 29CFR 1910, and 1926, (General Industry and Construction) for fall protection training. Training involves identifying potential fall hazards at jobsites, selecting the right equipment for anchorage points and personal fall arrest system inspection criteria. Program management, regulatory requirements of a Competent Person and multi-employer duties are also addressed.
Class runs from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. each day.

December 9 – 11:
Record Keeping Essentials Class
This the combination of all three classes listed below. If you take all three together you save $100 when compared to taking them individually.
Class runs from 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. each day.

December 9:
OSHA 29CFR1904 Record Keeping (1-day class)
Over-reporting and mis-reporting of accidents and injuries cost companies millions of dollars annually. Not knowing how to properly report can affect insurance premiums and prevent companies from bidding on larger contracts. This course goes through the OSHA regulation 29 CFR 1904 and offers explanations and insight into who, what, when, and how of OSHA recordkeeping. Class will also cover the basics of developing training records that can lower the number of incidents at a company and boost employee involvement. If you are not familiar with OSHA’s Multi-Employer’s Worksite Policy, then you need to take this class before you let another subcontractor come onto your site.
Class runs from 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. each day.

December 10:
(JSA/JHA) Job Safety Analysis Development Training (1 day class)
The Job Safety Analysis (JSA) and Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) are the cornerstone of any quality safety program. Not only are they required by OSHA for just about every task, employers must certify that they have been done prior to starting work. Unfortunately, many companies do not know how to do one or they may have been taught incorrectly. This class covers the requirements for training and how OSHA suggest JSA’s and JHA’s should be done.
Class runs from 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. each day.

December 11:
Developing Defendable Training Records (1 day class)
Creating, developing, and utilizing training records that can show the status of any employee at a moment’s notice is the goal of any effective safety program. What it takes to accomplish this has been well developed for the past 30 years but is known to only a few. This course follows the 3 tier approach to identifying, instructing, and evaluating the competency of employees on any job or task. Students will study just how easy it is to develop and maintain this management tool through hands on workshops, examples, and research. Regulations governing the accountability of training documentation is also covered in this essential course designed for all companies.
Class runs from 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. each day

2015 Fall Schedule… Classes Start Mid August, Sign up Today!

2015 Fall Schedule

Classes Start Mid August, Sign up Today!

SET 104                 4cr.         Hazard Control Engineering                                         On-line or In-class

SET 107                 3cr.         Introduction to Environmental Health                    On-line or In-class

SET 109                 1cr.         H2S Awareness (7am class)                                         In-class

SET 113                 1cr.         Intro to Design Prin of Const                                       On-line

SET 114                 1cr.         Workplace Safety for Employees Const                 On-line or In-class

SET 115                 1cr.         Workplace Safety for Employees Gen Ind             On-line or In-class

SET 201                 4cr.         Biomechanics / Ergonomics                                         On-line

CTE 230                 2cr.         Developing Leadership                                                  On-line

SET 231                 2cr.         Understanding OSHA Regs Gen Ind                         On-line

SET 232                 2cr.         Understanding OSHA Regs Const                              On-line

SET 233                 2cr.         Understanding OSHA Oil and Gas                             On-line

Job Openings This Week

Click on the Job Listing to be taken to the website sponsoring the position. Latest jobs available are at the top of the list
The NCEHSE does not endorse any outside agency or job placement service. These listing are presented as an example of current job openings across the nation. Job seekers should do their own due diligence before contacting any group or agency and accepting a job. If a job has been taken, we will pull its listing ASAP.

Safety Officer CARLSBAD, NM Posted 4/6/2015 SEE… New Mexico Workforce Connection
Safety Representative I Artesia, NM Posted 4/3/2015 SEE… New Mexico Workforce Connection

Don’t have the skills needed to fill some of these jobs? Contact the NCEHSE to find out more about certifications and degrees offered both in-class and on-line Today!
Health and Safety Technician in Seadrift Texas  Kelly Services 
Health and Safety Field Technician – Lone Star Project in Borger Texas. Agrium
Occupational Safety & Fire Prevention Tech Galveston TX. UTMB Health
Industrial Hygienist – Borger Refinery in Borger Texas Phillips 66

The Judge Group Artesia, NM is currently seeking a Safety Manager.
Drilling Health and Safety Professional (Carlsbad).
Occupational Safety/Health Analyst-Junior level, Lockheed Martin Albuquerque, NM
Manager, Field Safety Encana – Farmington, NM

Don’t have the skills needed to fill some of these jobs? Contact the NCEHSE to find out more about certifications and degrees offered both in-class and on-line Today!

Environ Hlth & Safety Tech 3 University Of New Mexico – Albuquerque, NM
Safety Supervisor, Logistics Western Refining, Inc. – Carlsbad, NM
Safety Coordinator, Concho Resources – Artesia, NM
Sandia National Laboratories Environment, Safety, and Health Generalist (Entry or Senior) in Albuquerque New Mexico

Don’t have the skills needed to fill some of these jobs? Contact the NCEHSE to find out more about certifications and degrees offered both in-class and on-line Today!

2015 Summer Intern – Health & Safety – Chino – Hurley, NM
Project Safety Managers are needed to Manage Safety and Health for Transmission Projects Santa Fe, NM

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