• Live Webinar Safety Trainings

    Live Webinars

    Available Safety Training Options:

    For the End User and/or Train the Trainer (for select programs). Training provided through the internet directly to your location or student’s safely at home on their computer or mobile device.

    • Client Specific Webinars: To continue to assist clients with the regulatory required trainings, we are offering client specific webinars upon request for selected training programs. Please contact us for further information on this option.
    • Open Enrollment Webinars:You can have employees attend selected open enrollment training programs. This will provide another option to our clients to achieve their safety training goals during these trying times.
    • Open Enrollment Webinars will be announced weekly with a variety subject matters and schedules.

    Traffic Control & Flagger

    This advanced course is designed to familiarize participants in all aspects of traffic control strategies.

    The goal for this class is to provide a reference and understanding for the principles and standards for Temporary Traffic Control (TTC) zones using principles set forth in Part 6 of the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Device (MUTCD) and the California Supplement (CAMUTCD).

    Guidelines on administrative problems and solutions while helping the participant to thoroughly understand and properly interpret the California Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Device (CAMUTCD).

    Work Zone

    This Flagger course is designed to prepare participants in following the California Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Device (CAMUTCD), your individual respective and/or your local city regulations, intermediate, with advanced fundamental concepts.

    Work Zone Traffic Control Flagger daily responsibilities; while understanding their duties to protect project workers, road users and provide safe, courteous, and authoritative direction through all work zones.

    Traffic Control & Flagger – (4hrs)

    Cost: $125 per person. Discount Group rates are available.

    Please CONTACT US to attend this webinar

    Qualified Rigging and Hand Signals

    This Qualified Rigging and Hand Signals course has been developed for those workers in charge of rigging loads for crane operation, and covers the knowledge needed by a worker to safely and properly perform the many tasks required of a rigger.

    The crane rigger has many responsibilities and plays an integral part in the safety of a job site where cranes are in operation. This course, built from, and adhering to the standard for Cranes and Derricks in construction and will help to properly prepare a rigger to do their job safely and correctly.

    Potential benefits of a qualified rigger:

    • Fewer accidents, injuries, and fatalities
    • Reduced risk of loss
    • Assurance of riggers abilities
    • Less property damage
    • Improved safety records
    • Enhanced public image of riggers

    A signal-person must:

    Know and understand the type of signals used

    Be competent in the application of the type of signals used Have a basic understanding of equipment operation and limitations, including the crane dynamics involved in swinging and stopping loads and boom deflection from hoisting loads; and Know and understand the relevant requirements of the provisions of the standard relating to signals.

    This Qualified Rigging and Hand Signals Course Training program covers:

    • Definitions
    • Hazard Recognition
    • Employer Responsibilities
    • Load Movement and Hoisting
    • Types, Selection, and Use of Rigging Equipment
    • Rigging Equipment Inspection
    • Wire Rope, Connectors, Chains and Synthetic Slings
    • Hand Signals

    Qualified Rigging and Hand Signals – (4hrs)

    Cost: $125 per person. Discount Group rates are available.

    Please CONTACT US to attend this webinar

    Confined Space Entry

    A hazardous and potentially deadly atmosphere is a risk that exists every time your employees enter a confined space. In fact, nine out of ten confined space fatalities are due to hazardous atmospheres.

    Atmospheric testing can be one of the best lines of defense against this dangerous working condition. Confined Space Atmospheric Testing will help educate individuals on the basics and importance of proper atmospheric testing techniques for confined spaces.

    Identifying Confined Spaces

    OSHA defines a confined space as any space that:

    • Is large enough for a person to enter and perform work in
    • Has a limited opening for entry and exit
    • Isn’t intended for continuous human occupancy.

    Any space that contains serious hazards that could cause death or serious injury must be classified as a permit-required space.

    Identifying Atmospheric Hazards

    Most atmospheric hazards in a confined space are invisible to the naked eye as well as odorless. Atmospheric hazards are basically divided into three main categories:

    • Unsafe oxygen levels (either oxygen deficient or oxygen enriched)
    • Flammable gases
    • Toxic vapors and/or toxic dust particulates.

    Specialized equipment and procedures are required to detect all three of these potential dangers.

    Testing for Atmospheric Hazards

    Before ANY entry into a confined space, the atmosphere inside must be tested for hazards using a calibrated direct-reading instrument. Results must be noted on the entry permit.

    Evaluation Testing determines:

    • Chemical hazards present or that may become present in the space’s atmosphere
    • Procedures and conditions that must be met to ensure that atmospheric conditions are safe for workers
    • What equipment should be used.

    Confined Space Entry – (4hrs)

    Cost: $125 per person. Discount Group rates are available.

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    Competent Person Excavation Trenching and Shoring

    OSHA estimates approximately 90 deaths and thousands of injuries occur each year because employees don’t know basic trenching and shoring safety guidelines. This program covers the practical safeguards that can prevent these needless casualties.

    • Evaluating an excavation site
    • Effective worker protection systems
    • Emergency response

    Dig deeper in your training and shore up your trench workers’ safety. This course trains them to avoid the dangers of the job by citing dos and don’t for benching, sloping, shielding and shoring. It alerts them to the warning signs of collapse, cites the visual clues for soil classification and explains how the various manual and field-instrument-based soil classification tests can determine the appropriate shoring method.

    • Trenching Orientation
    • What is a Trench?
    • What does a Safe Trench Site look like?

    Of the numerous trench construction accidents, 400 are deaths and 6,400 are severe injuries. Help give your workers a deep understanding of trench hazards and an even deeper know-how to prevent cave-ins.

    • Grain size and saturation
    • Cohesion and soil testing
    • Protective systems

    Competent Person Excavation Trenching and Shoring – (4hrs)

    Cost: $125 per person. Discount Group rates are available.

    Please CONTACT US to attend this webinar

    NFPA 70E / Arc Flash

    Our essential NFPA 70E/Arc Flash Electrical Safety course is the basis for more advanced electrical safety courses. This course meets the safety training requirements for employees bound by OSHA. Learn how current NFPA 70E standards apply to a facility, why safe electrical work practices are important. OSHA’s mandated training requirements apply to employees who face a risk of electric shock that is not reduced to a safe level by the electrical installation requirements.

    Electrical safety training empowers workers to perform their jobs safely. According to the US Department of Labor, electrocution is one of the main causes of on the job deaths of industrial workers.

    Proper training keeps facilities, equipment and personnel safe from accidents, injuries and fatalities.

    Important Standards

    • Approach boundaries
    • Flash boundaries
    • Selection of PPE
    • Voltage rated regular gloves
    • Training requirements
    • Selection and use of work practices
    • Work on de-energized parts
    • Lockout/Tag out
    • Working on or near exposed energized parts
    • Test instruments and equipment
    • Insulated tools
    • Flame resistant (ATPV) clothing
    • Electrical shocks, arcs and blasts

    NFPA 70E/Arc Flash Electrical Safety – (4hrs)

    Cost: $95 per person. Discount Group rates are available.

    Please CONTACT US to attend this webinar

    Competent Person Fall Protection

    The U.S. Department of Labor lists falls as one of the leading causes of traumatic occupational death in the workplace today.  Any time an employee is working at a height of (Cal/OSHA 7 1/2) (Fed/OSHA 6 feet) or more, that worker needs to be aware of the proper fall protection practices, as well as use the proper fall protection equipment.  To help ensure that workers adhere to the proper safety precautions, OSHA has mandated that a competent person be present at every job site.

    A competent person is defined by OSHA as a designated person with sufficient experience and/or knowledge to recognize fall hazards, correct unsafe conditions, and who has the ability to shut down the worksite until any hazards are corrected.  The competent person should be the most knowledgeable person, in this case about fall protection, on site.

    This Competent Person Fall Protection course ensures that a student will receive all of the proper training pursuant to Cal/OSHA & Fed/OSHAs requirements of the Competent Persons standard. 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.  If your needs do not require a full, competent person level course, we also offer an awareness level Fall Protection course.

    Topics Covered Include:

    • Purpose & Scope
    • Definitions
    • Fall Protection Systems
    • Warning Line & Controlled Access Zones
    • Fall Protection Plan
    • Education & Training
    • Inspection & Maintenance
    • Rescue Training & much more

    Competent Person Fall Protection – (4hrs)

    Cost: $125 per person. Discount Group rates are available.

    Please CONTACT US to attend this webinar

    Environmental Health & Safety Training

    IE Safety Services can train your employees in all SAFETY and HEALTH topics. Our Safety Consultants take a hands on approach with techniques to keep trainees engaged. Classes can be designed for craft, job and project specific applications or developed for a general audience. We offer in-house on site and webinar training. IE Safety Services is a rapidly growing and progressive company that provides affordable safety compliance solutions, through site evaluations, policy / procedure implementation and training.