Q1- Bloodborne Pathogens
How to protect against such hazards, common types of pathogens and situations where pathogens pose a hazard
Q2- Heat Illness and Injury
OSHA NEP, signs, symptoms, and treatment pertaining to heat injury and illness.
Q3- Fall Protection
Through an examination of incidents, Work Observations, and Site Visits, fall protection was selected as this quarters in person training topic.
Q4- Annual Fire Refresher Course
Types of fires, pre-use checks, and implementation of PASS
About H.E.A.T Safety Training
Hydro-Excavation Application Training (H.E.A.T) is robust, and ever-changing throughout the industry. H.E.A.T standards are developed and implemented to standardize safety and operational competencies across the organization's footprint. The training and qualification process ensures 100% transferable skills in each operator. This allows upper level & Executive Management the freedom to diversify and expand with confidence that new employees are trained to the same repeatable, operational standard.