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Training

Training solutions to suit every job in your team.


JLN Associates, LLC has its own training facility, located just off I-95 at exit 71. The JLN Training facility hosts hands-on, interactive training courses tailored to your specifications. Taught by the best, with state-of-the-art hands-on modules.

Implementation of effective safety management programs requires considerable investment in staff development from understanding the broad concepts of safety management to training in specific policies and procedures.

JLN
 has assisted companies in both the development and delivery of training curriculum related to all aspects of plant, health and safety programs. Developing a Health and Safety Training Program involves building on a job task analysis of all safety critical positions at a facility. OSHA requirements and facility accident prevention initiatives determine the required safety, operations, and maintenance training modules that need to be developed.

Each training module incorporates the following elements:

  • Instructor Guidance and Information
  • Lesson Plan
  • Overheads
  • Student Handouts
  • Quiz and Answer Key

Instructor Guidance and Information includes information such as: regulatory references, session length, learning objectives, presentation syllabus, required training aids, special instructions, etc.

There are two types of lesson plans that may be developed: classroom and tailgate. Classroom type settings are typically 60 to 90 minutes in length (although specialized training will be longer), whereas those designed as “tailgate” training modules are typically 30 minutes in length.

 

CURRENT ACTIVE OPEN-ENROLLMENT COURSES:

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Safety Courses - Technical and Training

Hazardous Material/HazWoper Training

This course meets OSHA HAZWOPER Standard 29 CFR 1910.120 for protecting workers, supervisors and managers at sites with likely exposure to hazardous substances or hazardous waste. HAZWOPER means Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response.   HAZWOPER training applies to employers and employees engaged in cleanup operations involving hazardous substances, voluntary cleanup operations for uncontrolled hazardous waste sites, operations involving hazardous waste that are conducted at treatment, storage and disposal facilities, and emergency response operations for release of, or substantial threats of releases of, hazardous substances regardless of the location of the hazard.

First Responder Awareness

By the end of the training session, trainees will be able to understand your role as a first responder and the company’s emergency response plan; identify hazardous substances and know the risks associated with them if they are released or spilled; recognize a hazardous release or spill and potential outcomes; report the spill or release by calling for help, notifying others of the chemical spill or release, and helping coordinate an evacuation of the area; call for additional resources if needed; protect yourself and others by evacuating the area near the chemical spill or release; and secure the area in order to prevent untrained, unauthorized people from going near the spill location.

First Responder Operations

First Responders at the Operations level are trained to respond to hazardous materials emergencies in a defensive fashion. Their primary role is to contain the release from a safe distance, to keep it from spreading, and to prevent exposures to nearby persons, property or the environment.  OSHA requires FROs to be trained in accordance with section (q) of the HAZWOPER regulation. This class has also been referred to as Hazmat FRO, Level II Responder, First Responder Operations, or any combination of these terms.

Incident Commander Training

During most emergency situations, the use of a scene management system has been shown to improve coordination between responders, reduce confusion and panic, and diminish negative impact to the organization.  Upon completion of Incident Command training, students will be able to identify positions within the ICS, describe roles and responsibilities of each ICS position, demonstrate how the ICS can be used in different types of emergency scenarios.

DOT HazMat Security Plans Training

In the United States, more than 800,000 shipments containing hazardous materials are sent every single day.  To avoid putting workers and members of the public at risk of injury or even death, it is vital that they are packaged, transported and delivered safely and efficiently.  In this course you will learn how to safely handle hazardous materials, general safety awareness, how to prepare shipping papers, how to understand shipping papers, read labels and much more.

CPR/First Aid/AED Training

With CPR / AED / First-Aid Certification Course you’ll learn how to perform CPR correctly on Infants, Children, and Adults as well as how to use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED). You’ll also learn First-Aid to care for wounds, cuts & scrapes as well as, drug overdoses, electroshock’s, strokes, heart attacks and more. Upon completion of this Certification Course and passing the exam you’ll receive your Certificate and Temporary Wallet Card.

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OSHA 10

The OSHA Outreach Training Program provides training for workers and employers on the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards in workplaces. The program also provides information regarding workers’ rights, employer responsibilities, and how to file a complaint.  Through this program, workers can attend 10-hour or 30-hour classes delivered by JLN OSHA-authorized trainers. The 10-hour class is intended to provide workers with awareness of common job-related safety and health hazards, while the 30-hour class is more appropriate 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, and contribute to our nation’s productivity.

OSHA Awareness Programs in Lead and Asbestos

Environmental training such as Asbestos Awareness, is for all employees who come into contact with Asbestos but do not disturb it. They must have the Two Hour Asbestos Awareness Training annually. This is almost all workers because over 3000 products are still in use, many not banned.  Lead Awareness Training is also required annually.  Lead classes are required under the Hazard Communication standard and OSHA standards. Employers are required to provide annual training to employees who encounter hazards in the workplace, including Lead, which is found in many common workplace products from keys to paint.

Hazard Communication Training

With the GHS Hazard Communication Training, you can synchronize with OSHA’s revised Hazard Communication Standard (HCS), which establishes a more consistent approach to classifying chemicals and communicating hazard information.

OSHA has aligned the new standard with the United Nations’ global versions of safety signs and symbols for chemical warning labels, the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) to improve safety. The system uses standardized safety stickers along with more consistent hazard symbols to better protect workers.

As part of the Hazard Communication Standard, all employers with hazardous chemicals in the workplace must train workers on the new chemical warning labels and how to interpret a safety data sheet, or SDS.

Use of Powered Hand Tools

Safety is literally in your workers’ hands. They have to be expert handlers of powered hand tools, and they must know these devices inside and out. This safety program will thoroughly explain PPE, pre-use inspection, predicting dangers and housekeeping. It also details:

  • Avoiding dangers
  • Staying out of the way of tools
  • Proper use of PPE
  • Pre-use inspection of tools
  • Good housekeeping.
Fire Safety (ERPs/Drills/Industrial Fire Brigades/Extinguishers)

The goal of this Fire Safety Course is to provide a knowledgeable understanding on the origins of fires, sources of fires, how to protect yourself, and how to prevent fires from occurring.  According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, approximately 3% of all workplace fatalities are a result of fires or explosions.  Fires can and do happen just about anywhere.  This Fire Safety Training course will give you a good understanding of fire safety, including an understanding of the variety of elements that can come together to make a fire, including static and electrical discharges, friction, vapor pressure, chain reactions, and flash points.  This is important because if you can understand the many different ways a fire or explosion can occur, and have the knowledge to mitigate these circumstances, this will go a long way in creating a safer work environment for you, and those around you.

Safety Assessments

The objectives of the safety assessment training are to identify hazards and events which could challenge the safety of the facility and the principal structures, systems, and components (PSSCs) needed to mitigate or prevent these events.

Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)

Many workers are injured and killed at the workplace every day in the United States. Safety and health can add value to your business, your job, and your life. You can help prevent workplace injuries and illnesses by looking at your workplace operations, establishing proper job procedures, and ensuring that all employees are trained properly. One of the best ways to determine and establish proper work procedures is to conduct a job hazard analysis. A job hazard analysis is one component of the larger commitment of a safety and health management system.

Respirator Training and Fit Testing

A respirator can’t protect you if it doesn’t fit your face. It’s that simple. Certain respirators, known as tight-fitting respirators, must form a tight seal with your face or neck to work properly. If your respirator doesn’t fit your face properly, contaminated air can leak into your respirator facepiece, and you could breathe in hazardous substances. So before you wear a tight-fitting respirator at work, your employer must be sure that your respirator fits you. Your employer does this by performing a fit test on you while you wear the same make, model, and size of respirator that you will be using on the job. That way, you know that your respirator fits you properly and can protect you, as long as you use it correctly.

Fall Protection Training and Evaluations

Site Specific Health and Safety Plan

A site specific plan should be based on the company’s types of hazards, its industry and its involved tasks, including but not limited to: emergency action, lock out/tag out, respirator, hearing conservation, HazCom, process safety management, personal protective equipment, blood borne pathogens, chemical hygiene, permit required confined space, and fall protection plans. Frequently, these plans are OSHA mandated in specific standards for the general, maritime and construction industries. Each standard delineates the contents and requirements for their specific plans.

Hearing Conservation Training

Hearing conservation programs strive to prevent initial occupational hearing loss, preserve and protect remaining hearing, and equip workers with the knowledge and hearing protection devices necessary to safeguard themselves. Employers are required to measure noise levels; provide free annual hearing exams, hearing protection, and training; and conduct evaluations of the adequacy of the hearing protectors in use (unless changes made to tools, equipment, and schedules result in worker noise exposure levels that are less than the 85 dBA). Research indicates that workplaces with appropriate and effective hearing conservation programs have higher levels of worker productivity and a lower incidence of absenteeism.

Personal Protective Equipment

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is required by OSHA to reduce employee exposure to hazards. Employers are required to determine if PPE should be used to protect their workers. Keep yourself and others safe by taking the Personal Protective Equipment Training.

Industrial Hygiene Programs
Fleet Vehicle Inspection
Fork Lift/Powered Industrial Trucks

OSHA’s new powered Industrial Truck Operator Training Standard (1910.178) imposes strict and detailed training requirements for forklift operators. The new standards require that anyone who operates a forklift, receive classroom and hands-on training, in addition to a performance evaluation every three years. Employees hired after December 1 1999, must have forklift training certification completed before they can operate any powered industrial truck.

Respiratory Protection/Fit Testing

A respirator can’t protect you if it doesn’t fit your face. It’s that simple. Certain respirators, known as tight-fitting respirators, must form a tight seal with your face or neck to work properly. If your respirator doesn’t fit your face properly, contaminated air can leak into your respirator facepiece, and you could breathe in hazardous substances. So before you wear a tight-fitting respirator at work, your employer must be sure that your respirator fits you. Your employer does this by performing a fit test on you while you wear the same make, model, and size of respirator that you will be using on the job. That way, you know that your respirator fits you properly and can protect you, as long as you use it correctly.

Bloodborne Pathogens (BBP)/Airborne Pathogens

Workers in health care and other facilities are at risk of exposure to bloodborne pathogens such as human immunodeficiency virus (HIV – the virus that causes AIDS), the hepatitis B virus (HBV), and the hepatitis C virus (HCV). OSHA’s Bloodborne Pathogens Standard, 29 CFR 1910.1030, prescribes safeguards to protect workers against the health hazards from exposure to blood and other potentially infectious materials, and to reduce their risk from this exposure. 

JLN Associates, hands on training allows companies to ensure they have delivered this important compliance information to all employees, no matter where they are located – and document each employee’s training. Your organization’s own Exposure Control Plan can also be inserted directly into each training. 

Trench Rescue Awareness

The trench rescue awareness course is designed to provide an understanding of rescue procedures during a trench incident.  In an effort to provide a fundamental understanding of trench rescue procedures, the course covers the following topics:

  • Soil mechanics which includes soil basics, soil stability, and how cave-ins occur
  • Protective system options
  • Site securement
  • Setting up incident command zones
  • Safety in rescue operations
  • How to approach a caved-in trench
  • How to begin the rescue
  • Turning the scene over the Rescue Personnel – What they will want to know
Safety Committee Training

A well-trained safety committee is a very valuable tool to help management provide a safe workplace for employees and improve the bottom line of any company, large or small.  A safety committee should be comprised of managers, supervisors, workers and union representatives. This committee should reflect a diverse cross-section of the work force. Employee participation is very important to this committee. Volunteers, rather than appointees, are more likely to be active and interested in fulfilling the mission of the safety committee.

Confined Space Entry/Rescue

This program includes all of the information included in the Awareness and Confined Space Entry / Non-Entry Rescue program with additional information regarding tactical priorities of confined space rescue, respiratory protective system options and requirements, and additional case histories of previous entry rescues. Additional training includes improvised harnesses, techniques for moving victims both vertically and horizontally, improvised high point anchors, retrieval lines, optional mechanical advantage systems, ventilation procedures, communications options, additional atmospheric monitoring strategies, and use of entry permits, respiratory protection options and procedures for entry as well as rescue operations. This program provides all of the information needed to comply with the minimum training requirements of an attendant, authorized entrant, entry supervisor, and rescuer.   CONFINED SPACE RESCUE OPEN-ENROLLMENT COURSES AVAILABLE HERE.

Electrical Safety - High Voltage Electrical Training / Arc Flash

Electrical power is both a useful and dangerous force that should be understood and dealt with in a safe manner while conducting workplace operations. As an Employer or employee it is important that you understand the importance of electrical safety. NFPA 70E covers standards for electrical safety in the workplace. Throughout this course you will review the relationship between OSHA and NFPA 70E and the safety requirements for control of electrical hazards. You will also review general NFPA 70E standards and the importance of these standards in maintaining your safety and the safety of others in the workplace.

Lock-Out / Tag-Out

OSHA states that, Energy control programs, the employer shall establish a program consisting of energy control procedures, employee training and periodic inspections to ensure that before any employee performs any servicing or maintenance on a machine or equipment where the unexpected energizing, startup or release of stored energy could occur and cause injury, the machine or equipment shall be isolated from the energy source and rendered inoperative.

Scaffold User and Inspections Training

This comprehensive Scaffolding for the Competent Person Course is a 5 hour course that covers all of the important training that a competent person in this potentially dangerous area of work needs to have.  JLN Scaffolding Training for the Competent Person course ensures that a student will receive all of the proper training pursuant to OSHAs requirement of Competent Persons for this standard 29 CFR 1926.451.  This course will go beyond the basic awareness level of introductory courses and into details necessary when learning not just how to protect yourself, but what it takes to create a safe working environment for those you may be responsible for.

Other Customized Programs As Resquested

HD TRAINING VIDEO PRODUCTION

JLN Associates has the unique abilities of combining their experience in the safety industry with state-of-the-art HD video production capabilities.

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