Custom Fit announces that it will be having an OSHA 30 training session for contractors who desire to work on the new Seventh District Court building and other projects in the area.
The OSHA 30 construction training will take place from Monday, November 14 through the Friday, November 18 in the Mining Department at the McDonald Career Center (160 East 500 North in Price) on the Utah State University Eastern campus from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. each of those days. There will be a one hour break for lunch each day.
The training will be done by well-known OSHA trainer Scott Turner and it will be for all workers. Topics covered will be, but not limited to:
- Introduction to OSHA training.
- Part 1904 record keeping.
- Personal protective equipment, hand and power tools.
- Stairways and ladders, concrete and fire protection and prevention.
- Scaffolds, cranes, material handling, hearing conservation.
- Electrical standards, arch flash and motor vehicles.
- Fall protection, excavation and lockout/tagout.
Employees and managers are required by many general contractors to have this type of OSHA instruction before subcontractors are eligible for jobs that are bid.
There is also an OSHA 10 course planned for November 28 and 29. The class will run on Monday, November 28 from 8 am to 4:30 pm (7.5 hours) and finish up on Tuesday, November 29 from 8 am until 11:00 am (3 hours) for a total of 10 hours. It will also be held in the Mining classrooms on the USU Eastern Campus.
The registration deadline for the OSHA 30 training is November 9. To do so contact Connie at 435 613 5440. Information about the OSHA 10 training can also be accessed by calling her at that same number.
The cost for the OSHA 30 training is $395 per attendee, but there are state funds available to offset some of the cost to contractors. Custom Fit can provide up to 50 percent of the cost.