Training Programs
 

Training is the cornerstone of CEC, Inc. If you have a group of people who could all benefit from the same training, have the training come to your location. We work closely with you to ensure our understanding of your training needs, the audience, and expectations, and tailor the training to your situation. CEC, Inc.'s training is exceptional because each trainer has the depth of experience that comes only from having worked in the field and the classroom.

Below are descriptions of a number of of courses available from CEC, Inc.
Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER)
Hazard Communication/Worker Right-to-Know
Disaster Site Worker
OSHA 10hr. and 30hr. Construction Industry Outreach
Agroterrorism Preparedness
Respiratory Protection and PPE
Confined Space Safety
Cave-In Protection
DOT Hazardous Materials Shipping
Safety Program Development and Implementation
Contingency Planning and Emergency Response
Forklift Safety
Chlorine Safety Awareness

Other training course topics include:

Scaffolding Safety, Lock out/Tag out, Fall Protection, WMD HazMat, and General Safety Awareness.


Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER)
40-Hour, 24-Hour, and 8-Hour Refresher
The goal of each HAZWOPER course is to reduce risks involved with hazardous chemical handling. The courses provide practical and useful tools for safe hazardous materials and waste management, site work safety, and emphasize situations which the attendees may potentially be exposed. Additionally, each course provides personnel the basic skills to evaluate, mitigate and prevent a hazardous materials incident. Several classroom and hands-on exercises ensure and understanding in an enjoyable format.

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Hazard Communication/Worker Right-to-Know
Businesses are working to reduce the risk of environmental impairment and injury or illness caused by hazardous chemicals used in the workplace. Accomplishing this goal requires an increase in employee knowledge about such hazards. Employees need to know about the hazardous chemicals they may encounter; whether the material poses a risk to health and safety and/or the environment and how to minimize or eliminate such risks. This course exceeds the minimum training requirements establish by OSHA under the Hazard Communication Standard.

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Disaster Site Worker (16 - Hour)
This training emphasizes knowledge, precautions and personal protection essential to maintaining a workers personal safety and health at a disaster site. It includes modules on incident command, hazard recognition, traumatic incident stress, personal protective equipment and decontamination. The OSHA 10-hour Construction Outreach Training is a prerequisite to this course.

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Construction Industry Outreach (10-Hour & 30-Hour)
This training provides information and awareness of safety and health hazards that occur on a daily basis on a normal construction site. Graduates receive an OSHA issued card which documents their successful completion of the training.

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Agroterrorism Preparedness
This training program will provide responders with a knowledge base for an effective and rapid response in the event of a foreign animal disease (FAD) outbreak. This knowledge will equip these individuals to effectively assist state and federal response officials during a FAD outbreak.

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Respiratory Protection and PPE
OSHA's regulation for respirator safety states that employers must establish a respiratory protection program and provide suitable respirators in those situations where engineering controls are not feasible. Also, employees must use the respiratory equipment according to the instructions and training that they have received. This training encompasses the 10 specific OSHA components that must be present in any respiratory safety program. PPE training describes the proper use, selection process and limitations of chemical protective clothing.

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Confined Space Safety
This course is designed to instruct workers and supervisors in safety practices associated with confined spaces. Topics includes: Identifying Confined Spaces, Entry Permit System, Required Personnel and Duties, Pre-entry Precautions and Rescue Operations. This course meets the OSHA training requirements.

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Cave-In Protection
Each years over 5,000 accidents are caused by cave-ins during trenching and excavation activities. 85% of the accidents occurred where proper sloping and shoring was not used. The objectives of this course are to inform on the health and safety aspects of trenching and excavation and to introduce protection systems used during trenching and excavation. The course equips the attendees with the skills to identify the hazards of trenching and how to institute site precautions.

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DOT Hazardous Materials Shipping
The training addresses DOT Classification System, use of the Hazardous Materials Table and development of proper shipping descriptions, packaging, labeling, placarding completing Hazardous Materials Bills of Lading, and use of the DOT Emergency Response Guidebook.

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Safety Program Development and Implementation
A primary goal of a company safety program is to eliminate or control both known and potential safety and health hazards which employees are faced with on the job. This training course presents the basic components of an effective safety and health program and the requirements of OSHA. Each participant will begin developing an actual program and be provided with the tools to complete and evaluate the project.

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Contingency Planning and Emergency Response
Natural and technological hazards pose greater and greater risks. Industry is concerned with continued operations, even during a regional disaster. Government agencies must effectively deploy scarce resources. Coordinated disaster response and recovery activities within and among organizations is crucial. This course will provide performance-based education and skills to emergency management personnel of any level. The course is very practical training to increasing competencies of public and private emergency managers in the design, conduct, evaluation and follow-up of contingency plans and emergency exercises.

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Forklift Safety
Forklift Safety has been designed to reduce lift truck accidents and promote safe work practices as well as comply with the proposed OSHA standard. The training emphasizes operator qualifications and includes a method of operator certification. This comprehensive training meets the training requirement of the OSHA standard

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Chlorine Safety Awareness
The has as its goal to provide to employees a sufficient understanding of chlorine, its hazards, procedures for safe handling and responding to a chlorine release.

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Corwin Environmental Consultants, Inc.
388 Stoner Creek Rd   Lakeside MT 59922
PO Box 8961   Kalispell MT 59904
Phone 406-844-3312   Fax 406-844-2198
bcorwin@corwinenvironmental.com

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