OSHA 10-Hour Course
Date(s) – Friday, September 25, 2015 – Saturday, September 26, 2015
2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
IECRM Denver Campus
Please Note: Friday’s class runs from 2-6pm. Saturday’s class runs from 8am-4pm.
OSHA 10 is necessary on most electrical and solar PV job sites. This IECRM course provides workers, supervisors, and entry-level safety personnel with the tools necessary to effectively manage their work site safety and health.
This OSHA 10-hour course is designed to gain a basic understanding of the OSHA requirements and will offer practical solutions for implementing safe work practices. The class will help establish a solid foundation for effective safety programs and regulatory compliance.
Topics Covered in this Class
- Introduction to OSHA
- Focus Four Hazards in Construction:
- Health hazards in construction
- Cranes and rigging
- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Upon successful completion of the course, an OSHA 10 hour card will be provided.
Bluegavel Introduction to OSHA Student Handout Packet
NOTE: Purchased books will be distributed on the first day of class.
What past students said about this class:
“Really like the explanation of the MSDS.”
– Lance P.
“Very clear, very informative.”
-Name Not Given
“Class was very well-presented.”
– Name Not Given
About the Instructor
IECRM instructor Troy Bridges is a Safety Consultant for a workers’ compensation insurance company, and has worked as a Safety Manager for various electrical and controls contractors in the Colorado area. He has been involved with IECRM for over 6 years, and works to promote a culture of safety and compliance with the organization’s Contractor Members and Industry Partners.
Troy plays an active role on the IECRM Safety Committee. He is an authorized OSHA Outreach Instructor, and teaches IECRM safety courses.
Register for this class below!
- Electrical Continuing Education
- Member Event
- Professional Development Continuing Education
- Renewable Energy Continuing Education
Bookings are closed for this event.