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Defensive Driving Course (SFTY120)
2/8/2023 - El Morro Event Center
- Driving Risks - Collision Prevention - Impaired Driving - Physical and Mental Conditions that affect Driving Ability - Right of way violations - Avoiding Collisions at intersections - Following too closely 
Personal Protective Equipment (SFTY160)
2/8/2023 - El Morro Event Center
- OSHA and ANSI Requirements for PPE - Employer and Employee Responsibilities - Types of PPE: Hand, Eye and Face, Foot, Hearing, Body and Respiratory Protections - Inspection and Maintenance 
Stress and Safety (SFTY10)
2/8/2023 - El Morro Event Center
• The “fight “or “flight” response • Positive versus negative stress • Symptoms of stress and physical reactions to stress • Steps to controlling stress Class Length: 2 hours Who Should Attend: Suggested for all Employees How Often: Annual or as needed This training is approved for Water Credit.  
Heavy equipment safety awareness (SFTY10)
2/9/2023 - Council Chambers
- Types of Heavy Equipment - OSHA Standards for Heavy Equipment - Purpose and Use of the Equipment Manual -Hands On for: Back Hoe, Dump Trucks, and Bob Cats. - Do's and Don't for Heavy Machinery/Equipment Usage 
Fall Protection Qualified Person (SFTY10)
2/10/2023 - Council Chambers

• OSHA 1926.500-503 and ANSI Z359 Standards

• Duty to have Fall Protection

• Types of fall hazards and prevention of hazards

• Fall protection equipment and related PPE (fall arrest/fall restraint)

• Fall protection rescue

• Required Hands-On:  Clients need all fall protection equipment, including a full body harness, lanyards, self-retracting lifelines, anchor straps. The client must supply either a rooftop or tower or similar structure to climb in order to complete the hands-on

Class Length: 8 hours

Who Should Attend: Suggested for Employees with Fall Protection Exposure

How Often: RETRAINING RECOMMENDED EVERY 3 YEARS

This class is approved for CEU credit for Electrical Journeymen & Mechanical Journeymen

This training is approved for Water Credit.

 
Active Shooter (SFTY10)
2/15/2023 - El Morro Theatre
The focus of this class is what to do when mass murder rather than other criminal behavior is occurring. Classroom discussion includes:
* A brief overview of Active Shooter events over the past 30 years
* What to expect in terms of intervention by public safety authorities
* Steps for employees facing such threats are explored
* Employer Preparedness
* Techniques to prevent escalating situations
* Post Critical Incident Debriefing

Class Length: 4 hours

Who Should Attend: Managers, Supervisors, Foremen, Employees
 
Active Shooter (SFTY10)
2/15/2023 - El Morro Theatre
The focus of this class is what to do when mass murder rather than other criminal behavior is occurring. Classroom discussion includes:
* A brief overview of Active Shooter events over the past 30 years
* What to expect in terms of intervention by public safety authorities
* Steps for employees facing such threats are explored
* Employer Preparedness
* Techniques to prevent escalating situations
* Post Critical Incident Debriefing

Class Length: 4 hours

Who Should Attend: Managers, Supervisors, Foremen, Employees
 
Active Shooter (SFTY10)
2/16/2023 - El Morro Theatre
The focus of this class is what to do when mass murder rather than other criminal behavior is occurring. Classroom discussion includes:
* A brief overview of Active Shooter events over the past 30 years
* What to expect in terms of intervention by public safety authorities
* Steps for employees facing such threats are explored
* Employer Preparedness
* Techniques to prevent escalating situations
* Post Critical Incident Debriefing

Class Length: 4 hours

Who Should Attend: Managers, Supervisors, Foremen, Employees
 
Active Shooter (SFTY10)
2/16/2023 - El Morro Theatre
The focus of this class is what to do when mass murder rather than other criminal behavior is occurring. Classroom discussion includes:
* A brief overview of Active Shooter events over the past 30 years
* What to expect in terms of intervention by public safety authorities
* Steps for employees facing such threats are explored
* Employer Preparedness
* Techniques to prevent escalating situations
* Post Critical Incident Debriefing

Class Length: 4 hours

Who Should Attend: Managers, Supervisors, Foremen, Employees
 

 

 

 

If you have questions, please contact Risk Management at extension 11101 or dial (505) 863-1229.
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