Regardless of the depth, OSHA requires that all trenches be inspected by a designated competent person for possible collapse or other dangers that could be experienced by the workers. OSHA does not recognize experience alone as a qualifier for signing off as the “Competent Person” on the required paperwork / permits and mandates technical training for the person filling that position. Continue reading
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Our Confined Space / Permit Confined Space Competent Person Training goes beyond the standard CP awareness training that most training organizations offer. Our classes are designed to instruct individuals and “persons in charge” with the knowledge, experience, and ability, to make decisions regarding identifying, assessing, and mitigating hazards associated with confined and permit confined spaces. Continue reading
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
Safety 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
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
Course prepares safety personnel to take the STS certification course given by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals. Many companies use this course to professionally train their existing safety personnel in a comprehensive program covering their operations. Continue reading
Training the Professional Trainer
OSHA, 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. Continue reading
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
The primary responsibilities of any EHS professional is to attain regulatory knowledge and provide leadership in helping their company or others attain compliance. ENMUR is meeting this challenge by offering 4 new classes in their Fall 2015 session.
CTE 230 Developing Leadership
This course introduces the essential concepts needed to develop leaders in an organization and improve the effectiveness of those already in those positions. Studies include but are not limited to: problem analysis, decision making, building teams, coaching, conflict management, goal setting, and accountability. An introduction to Behavior Based Safety management is included in this curriculum. This course is designed for new and or experienced supervisors, managers, and executives wanting to get the most out of their employees or just wanting to increase their effectiveness
SET 231 – Understanding OSHA Regulations – General Industry.
Understanding the OSHA regulations concerning general industry activities is one of the more difficult tasks company owners, managers, and supervisors have to comply with on a daily basis. This course explains the regulations in easier to understand terms, concepts and language. As students walk through the regulations, students will receive commentary and have the chance to ask questions concerning compliance from a former government inspector. Students taking this course will have a deeper understanding of the how and why of regulation development, insight as to what OSHA is looking for, and the general industry regulation (29CFR1910) applies to their business.
SET 232 – Understanding OSHA Regulations – Construction.
Understanding the OSHA regulations concerning construction activities is one of the more difficult tasks company owners, managers, and supervisors have to comply with on a daily basis. This course explains the regulations in easier to understand terms, concepts and language. As students walk through the regulations, students will receive commentary and have the chance to ask questions concerning compliance from a former government inspector. Students taking this course will have a deeper understanding of the how and why of regulation development, insight as to what OSHA is looking for, and how the construction regulation (29CFR1926) applies to their business.
SET 233 – Oil and Gas Regulations.
Oil and Gas is a hot topic and the regulations governing it can be confusing. As students walk through the regulations, students will receive commentary and have the chance to ask questions concerning compliance from a former government inspector. This course is designed for supervisors, managers, and safety professionals working in the oil and gas industry who want a better understanding of the regulations which include general industry, construction, record keeping, ANSI, API and 49 CFR PART 186-199 PIPELINE REGULATIONS.
Registration is open now for Fall classes starting in August 2015
You have decided that 2015 is the year you go after more education in the career you have chosen. We have lot’s of new classes, certifications, and classes available. Classes available are:
SET 104 Hazard Control Engineering (In-class and on-line)
SET 107 Intro to Environmental Engineering (In-class and on-line)
SET 109 H2S Awareness
SET 113 Intro to Design Principles of Construction (on-line)
SET 114 Workplace Safety for Employees- Construction (on-line)
SET 115 Workplace Safety for Employees – General Industry (on-line)
SET 201 Bio Mechanics/ Ergonomics (on-line)
SET 230 Developing Leadership (on-line)
SET 231 Understanding OSHA -General Industry (on-line)
SET 232 Understanding OSHA – Construction (on-line)
SET 233 Oil and Gas Regulations (on-line)
Many of the classes are 8 week classes and are apart of both the degree program and or one of the four certifications offered at ENMUR.
For more information on the classes, take a look at the course descriptions on this site or visit www.roswell.enmu.edu today!