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OSHA Training Institute (O.T.I.)

Services and Certifications

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U.S. Safetysm




The following OSHA “O.T.I. Training” can be held at the client’s location (in most instances), off-site at a training center, or in U.S. Safety’s classroom setting. All Classes listed can be taught with a Spanish speaking instructor and/or interpreter.



Purpose: OSHA Training Institute (OTI) Safety and Health Courses are divided into two basic training groups: Construction Related Occupations and General Industry. OTI training is designed to meet the specific needs of each group and provides relevant, quantifiable information while emphasizing hazard identification, avoidance, control and prevention. U.S. Safetysm provides the following OTI Training Courses:


General Industry Training – oti



10-HOUR OSHA GENERAL INDUSTRY TRAINING PROGRAM - BASIC


Program Content:


  1. Mandatory (7 Hours)
    a. Introduction to OSHA (2hrs.)
    b. Walking and Working Surfaces, including fall protection (1hr.)
    c. Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, Fire Prevention Plans and Fire Protection(1hr.)
    d. Electrical (1hr.)

e. Personal Protective Equipment (1hr.)

f. Hazard Communication (1hr.)


  1. Elective (2hrs.)

a. Hazardous Materials
b. Material Handling
c. Machine Guarding

d. Introduction to Industrial Hygiene
e. Bloodborne Pathogens

f. Ergonomics
g. Safety and Health Programs

h. Fall Protection


  1. Optional (1hr.)
    a. Any OSHA General Industry Standard or Policy



30-HOUR OSHA GENERAL INDUSTRY TRAINING PROGRAM – ADVANCED


Program Content:


  1. Mandatory (13hrs.)
    a. Introduction to OSHA (2hrs.)
    b. Managing Safety and Health (2hrs.)
    c. Walking and Working Surfaces, including fall protection (1hr.)

d. Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, Fire Prevention Plans and Fire Protection (2hrs.)
e. Electrical Safety (2hrs.)

f. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) (1hr.)

g. Material Handing (2hrs.)

h. Hazard Communication (1hr.)


  1. Elective (minimum 5 topics) (10hrs.)

a. Hazardous Materials (Flammable and Combustible Liquids, Spray Finishing, Compressed Gases, Dipping and Coating Operations)
b. Permit-Required Confined Spaces
c. Lockout/Tagout

d. Machine Guarding
e. Welding, Cutting, and Brazing

f. Introduction to Industrial Hygiene
g. Bloodborne Pathogens

h. Ergonomics

i. Fall Protection

j. Safety and Health Programs

k. Powered Industrial Vehicles


  1. Optional (7hrs.)
    a. Any OSHA General Industry Standard or Policy




construction Training – oti


10-HOUR OSHA CONSTRUCTION TRAINING PROGRAM - BASIC


Program Content:


  1. Mandatory (7hrs.)
    a. Introduction to OSHA (2hrs.)
    b. OSHA Focus Four Hazards (4hrs.)

c. Personal Protective Equipment & Lifesaving (.5hr.)

d. Health Hazards in Construction (.5hr.)


  1. Elective (must choose at least 2 topics) (2hrs.)
    a. Cranes, Derricks, hoists, Elevators, & Conveyors

b. Excavations

c. Material Handling, Storage, Use and Disposal

d. Scaffolds

e. Stairways and Ladders

f. Tools-Hand and Power


  1. Optional (1hr.)
    a. Any OSHA Construction Standard or Policy


30-HOUR OSHA CONSTRUCTION TRAINING PROGRAM - ADVANCED


Program Content:


  1. Mandatory (15hrs.)

a. Introduction to OSHA (2hrs.)

b. Managing Safety and Health (2hrs.)

c. OSHA Focus Four Hazards (6hrs.)

d. Personal Protective and Lifesaving Equipment (2hrs.)

e. Health hazards in Construction (2hrs.)

f. Stairways and Ladders (1hr.)


  1. Elective (must choose at least 6 topics) (12hrs.)

a. Concrete and Masonry Construction

b. Confined Space Entry

c. Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Elevators, & Conveyors

d. Ergonomics

e. Excavations

f. Fire Protection and Prevention

g. Materials Handling, Storage, Use and Disposal

h. Motor Vehicles, Mechanized Equipment and Marine Operations; Rollover Protective Structures and Overhead Protection; and Signs, Signals and Barricades

i. Powered Industrial Vehicles

j. Safety and Health Programs

k. Scaffolds

l. Steel Erection

m. Tools-Hand and Power

n. Welding and Cutting




  1. Optional (3hrs.)

a. Any OSHA Construction Standard or Policy











Disaster Site Worker Course - (OTI 7600)


(Prerequisite OSHA 10 Hour Certification)


Course Description: Disaster job sites differ from normal construction or demolition sites. As a result, Disaster Site Workers’ roles and responsibilities on the job site differ as well. Whether the disaster is natural or man-made, the on-site worker needs to develop an awareness of safety and health hazards that may be encountered. Enabling Disaster Site Workers to recognize that they have a responsibility to make decisions and choices that will positively affect their personal health/safety and that of others at the site is a primary theme of this 16-hour awareness course. Students are given the opportunity to practice their new knowledge, skills and attitudes through discussion, planned exercises, demonstrations and presentations. The ability to immediately apply this new skill to their role as a disaster site worker is enhanced by participating in this interactive, instructor-led course. Upon successful completion, participants will receive a Disaster Site Worker Course Card. The course goal is to provide Disaster Site Workers the critical awareness of the safety and health hazards they may encounter, as well as the importance of respiratory and other personal protective equipment and proper decontamination procedures that may be used to mitigate the hazards. Participants will integrate the use of an Incident Command System through the safe performance of their job responsibilities. They will be able to show awareness of the effects of traumatic incident stress that can result from working conditions, and measures to reduce this stress. Of primary importance is the participant’s ability to perform the following specific tasks correctly:


    • Inspection Of An Air-Purifying Respirator

    • Donning And Doffing An Air-Purifying Respirator, and

    • Respirator User Seal Check


Course Content:


    • Introduction/Overview (1.5 hours)

    • Incident Command System/Unified Command Systems (1.0 hour)

    • Safety Hazards (2.5 hours)

    • Health Hazards (2.0 hours)

    • CBRNE Agents (1.0 hour)

    • Traumatic Incident Stress Awareness (1.0 hour)

    • Respiratory Protection (3.5 hours)

    • Other Personal Protective Equipment (1.25 hours)

    • Decontamination (1.5 hours)

    • Final Exercise (0.75 hour)


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