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Safety training is the first step towards creating a safer work environment for your employees. When employees are prepared and well informed, the probability for an on-the-job accident dramatically decreases thereby positively effecting your bottom line. 

All NW Safety instructors are OSHA certified and have extensive experience in the safety industry. References available upon request. 

Safety Training


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OSHA 10 Hour

The OSHA 10-hour class is intended for entry level workers. It is the ideal course to introduce all safety concepts to workers. 

Through this training, OSHA helps to ensure that workers are more knowledgeable about workplace hazards and their rights. 

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Fall Hazard Protection​

Falls are the leading cause of death in the construction industry. Workers who are six feet or more above lower levels are at risk for serious injury or death if they should fall. To protect these workers, employers must provide fall protection and the right equipment for the job, including the right kinds of ladders, scaffolds, and safety gear.

This course covers the essential tools and processes to protect employees from making a fatal error when working from elevated levels.


Boom/Scissor Lift

Aerial lifts have replaced ladders and scaffolding on many job sites due to their mobility and flexibility. Many workers are injured or killed on aerial lifts each year.


OSHA recommends proper training to help employers and workers recognize and avoid safety hazards encounter when using aerial lifts.



First Aid/CPR/AED

Perhaps the most essential course of any that we offer, the First Aid/CPR/AED course can serve individuals across many industries. The CPR, First Aid & AED course incorporates the latest science and teaches participants to recognize and care for a variety of first aid emergencies such as burns, cuts, scrapes, sudden illnesses, head, neck, back injuries, heat and cold emergencies and how to respond to breathing and cardiac emergencies to help adult victims on or off the job. 

Rigging & Material Handling

The Rigging and Material Handling Safety Course covers the proper procedures and controls to ensure safe work practices for rigging loads. This course uses real-world examples to enhance the understanding of diverse requirements under 29 CFR 1926 Subpart H standard.


The classroom portion and hands on practice helps students to learn the role of rigging personnel, planning considerations, specific hazards resulting from material handling work and requirements for protective systems.

Electrical Safety

The Electrical Safety Course covers the hazards associated with electricity in the workplace, as well as the proper procedures and controls to ensure safe work practices. This course uses job site examples to enhance the understanding of diverse and complex requirements under the OSHA Electrical Standard.


A presentation of photographs and videos of actual job sites and hands on practice helps students to learn the role of planning considerations, specific hazards related to electrical work and protective systems.

Traffic Controls

​In this course, we teach the OSHA standards for developing and using a site plan that provides traffic flow details. As well as the directives for limiting access, placing barricades, setting up controlled access zones and signage requirements. 

General Traffic Control plans or guidelines should be developed to provide safety for motorists, bicyclists, pedestrians, workers and enforcement/emergency officials.

OSHA 30 Hour

The OSHA 30-hour course is a four day course that is geared for supervisors or workers with some safety responsibility.

Through this training, OSHA helps to ensure that workers are more knowledgeable about workplace hazards and their rights. 

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Heavy Equipment 

Protecting heavy equipment operators begins with proper training. Training consists of formal classroom-type instruction, practical exercises performed by the trainee, and an evaluation of the operator’s performance in the workplace.

This course is taught in accordance with CFR 1926 Subpart O.

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Confined Spaces

​The authorized Entrants and Competent Person Confined Space courses outline entry preparation, entry and rescue procedures as well as some of the hazards associated with confined space in accordance to 29 CFR 1926.1200 Subpart AA. This standard sets forth requirements for practices and procedures to protect employees engaged in construction activities at a worksite with one or more confined spaces.

Scaffolding Training

The Scaffold Training program is taught in accordance with 29 CFR 1926 Subpart L and consists of classroom instruction and hands-on performance testing. The hands-on training is conducted at a client's location on client equipment.

Underground Construction 

OSHA 1926 Subpart S covers the construction of underground tunnels, shafts, chambers, and passageways. This section also applies to cut-and-cover excavations which are both physically connected to ongoing underground construction operations.

The training covers the hazards associated with underground construction operations and solutions for safe work practices underground.

Supervisor Training

In the current business environment, companies are consistently seeking mechanisms to gain a

competitive advantage and improve profit margins. In any geographic area, labor, material and equipment costs are essentially the same. One of the few opportunities to differentiate and improve the bottom line is to increase productivity and efficiency through creating a culture of safety.

An important key to improving productivity is to train managers/supervisors, whose knowledge and

skills are critical to the success of a project. In this course, supervisors are trained to look at the job as a work process with many intricacies that are vital for increased productivity.

Globally Harmonized System (GHS) Training



Flagger Training

This half day course is a must for the construction work zone flaggers in any traffic control operation. 

The primary objective of this program is to train flaggers to provide safe passage of traffic through work areas. 

Ladder Safety Training

The Ladder and Stairway Safety Course is taught in accordance with OSHA 29 CFR 1926 Subpart X. Working on and around stairways and ladders is hazardous. Stairways and ladders are major sources of injuries and fatalities in the construction industry, and many of the injuries are serious enough to require time off the job. OSHA estimates that there are almost 25,000 injuries and as many as 36 fatalities per year due to falls on stairways and ladders used in construction.


Excavation & Trenching 

This Excavation & Trenching Course covers the hazards associated with excavations, as well as the proper procedures and controls to ensure safe work practices.


This course uses real world examples to enhance the understanding of diverse and complex requirements under the OSHA Excavation Standard.


Energy sources including electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, chemical, thermal, or other sources in machines and equipment can be hazardous to workers. During the servicing and maintenance of machines and equipment, the unexpected startup or release of stored energy can result in serious injury or death to workers.

Failure to control hazardous energy accounts for nearly 10 percent of the serious accidents in many industries. Proper lockout/tagout (LOTO) practices and procedures safeguard workers from hazardous energy releases.

Blood Borne Pathogens

This training is designed to provide an awareness or basic understanding of blood-borne pathogens, common modes of their transmission, methods of prevention and other pertinent information.  

Designed specifically for individuals who will be in contact with human blood and/or other infectious materials as part of their job duties. 


Silica Training

OSHA's new silica standard is set to go into effect September 23rd. Ensure your company is in compliance by having your employees trained in the hazards and safety procedures associated with silica. 

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