G.E. Risk Management, LLC
Hazard-Risk / EH&S Loss Control Consulting
Environmental Health & Safety Consulting
Training
We Deliver Only the Highest Quality Training

*Note we are Authorized OSHA Outreach Trainers - who are authorized to give: 

>   OSHA 10 Hour cards & certificates
>   OSHA 30 Hour cards & certificates &
>   Competent Person (including HazWoper - hazardous waste sites)

for Construction/General Industry & others.

GE Risk Management can help you identify and fulfill your personal, professional or corporate training needs, including custom programs to suit individual or group needs.  Whatever your training need, we can deliver! 
We train the trainer, management (safety leadership training) and employees.  We are not limited to classroom but go on-site to assist in on-the-job-training.

Required Training

OSHA's (and other's), training requirements are extensive, and sometimes the only ones that matter. But they are just one of many organization that requires training.  FDA, EPA, DOT and other State and Local authorities also may apply.  But in addition to actual requirements by government, we get at the heart of training requirements by examining the real leading indicators that cause loss (risks involved in unsafe acts, conditions, near-misses, incidents, lack of enforcement, et al.) as well as actual loss.

We understand the popular need many organizations have for OSHA 10 or 30 hour general industry and/or construction training, (including competent person training).  We offer these and many more courses enabling you to receive your "OSHA Card." 

OSHA training also extends to maritime, agriculture and others. 
See bottom of this page, or this link for a list of OSHA training requirements (you will probably be surprised how extensive they are) :http://www.osha.gov/Publications/osha2254.pdf.

Certification/License Maintenance Ttaining

General contractors, certified safety professionals, (CSP), certified industrial hygienists, (CIH), and many others need contact training hours to maintain status.  We offer many types of courses, including customized ones, to meet this need.

Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene

Ask about our annual course covering the fundamentals of industrial hygiene.  An excellent 24-30 hour course for beginners and advanced practitioners.

Quality and Benefits of Training

We pride ourselves on the quality of our training, both in its content and in delivering it to the needs of the adult learner of any level.  We specialize in safety leadership training which has been proven to yield very significant results, including up to a 12:1 benefit-to-cost ratio.


However, we understand training is not just for compliance purposes, but serves many valuable purposes, including but not limited to:

*   Guide and correct employee misunderstanding
*   Increase competency by improving skills, knowledge and attitude
*   Learn how to utilize specific information that makes a direct impact on supporting
    organizational goals
*   Reduce various work place risks and their associated hazards and negative results
*   Maximize safety efforts by prioritizing efforts
*   Help establish technical & compliance lines of authority in the organization
*   Clarify roles, responsibility and accountabilities

We offer various training methods to ensure the right method for you.  We also show you how to offer objective ways to measure the actual benefit of training received, so you can "sell" training benefits to upper management with expert confidence.

The list of training courses we provide is extensive and we offer them all.
If you have not identified all your companies training needs and/or can not provide qualified experienced training call us today.  954-782-0472

The following is an outline of OSHA required training requirements - all of which are available by GE Risk Management or their affiliates.

General Industry Training Requirements
29 CFR Part 1910
 
Index of Training Requirements
 
Means of Egress 
Employee Emergency Plans and Fire Prevention Plans 
Powered Platforms, Manlifts, and Vehicle-Mounted Work Platforms 
Powered Platforms for Building Maintenance—Operations-Training 
Care and use Appendix C, Section 1 
Occupational Health and Environmental Control 
DipTanks—Personal Protection 
Inspection, Maintenance, and Installation 
Hearing Protection 
Training Program 
Hazardous Materials 
Flammable and Combustible Liquids 
Explosives and Blasting Agents 
Bulk Delivery and Mixing Vehicles 
Storage and Handling of Liquefied Petroleum Gases 
Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals 
Contract Employer Responsibilities 
Mechanical Integrity 
Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response 
Hazardous Waste Cleanup Workers 
New Technology Programs
Hazardous Waste—Emergency Responders 
Personal Protective Equipment 
Personal Protective Equipment
Respiratory Protection 
Respiratory Protection for M Tuberculosis 
General Environmental Controls 
Temporary Labor Camps 
Specifications for Accident Prevention Signs and Tags 
Permit Required Confined Spaces 
The Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout) 
Lockout or Tagout Devices Removed 
Outside Personnel 
Medical Services and First Aid
Medical Services and First Aid 
Fire Protection 
Fire Protection 
Fire Brigades
Training and Education
Portable Fire Extinguishers 
Fixed Extinguishing Systems 
Fire Detection Systems 
Employee Alarm Systems 
Materials Handling and Storage 
Servicing of Multi-Piece and Single-Piece Rim Wheels 
Powered Industrial Trucks 
Moving the Load 
Crawler Locomotives and Truck Cranes 
Machinery and Machine Guarding 
Mechanical Power Presses
Mechanical Power Presses—Instructions to Operators 
Training of Maintenance Personnel 
Operator Training 
Forging Machines 
Welding, Cutting, and Brazing
General Requirements 
Oxygen—Fuel Gas Welding and Cutting 
Arc Welding and Cutting 
Resistance Welding 
Special Industries
Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills 
Laundry Machinery and Operating Rules 
Sawmills 
Logging 
Telecommunications 
Derrick Trucks 
Cable Fault Locating 
Guarding Manholes 
Joint Power and Telecommunication Manholes 
Tree Trimming—Electrical Hazards
Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution 
Grain Handling Facilities
Entry Into Bins, Silos, and Tanks 
Contractors 
Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices 
Content of Training
Commercial Diving Operations
Qualifications of Dive Team
Toxic and Hazardous Substances 
Asbestos 
4-Nitrobiphenyl 
Alpha-Naphthylamine 
Methyl Chloromethyl Ether 
3, 3'-Dichlorobenzidine (and its salts) 
Bis-Chloromethyl Ether
Beta-Napthylamine 
Benzidine 
4-Aminodiphenyl 
Ethyleneimine 
Beta-Propiolactone 
2-Acetylaminofluorene 
4-Dimethylaminoazobenzene 
N-Nitrosodimethylamine 
Vinyl Chloride 
Inorganic Arsenic 
Lead 
Cadmium 
Benzene 
Coke Oven Emissions
Bloodborne Pathogens 
Cotton Dust 
1,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane 
Acrylonitrile (Vinyl Cyanide) 
Ethylene Oxide 
Formaldehyde 
4, 4' Methylenedianiline 
Ionizing Radiation Testing 
Posting 
Hazard Communication 
Occupational Exposure to Hazardous Chemicals in Laboratories 
 
Part 1915 Shipyard
Employment
Maritime Training Requirements
29 CFR Parts 1915, 1917, 1918
General Provisions
Commercial Diving Operations 
Competent Person 
Explosive and Other Dangerous Atmospheres
Confined and Enclosed Spaces 
Precautions Before Entering 
Cleaning and Other Cold Work 
Certification Before Hot Work Is Begun 
Maintaining Gas Free Conditions, Ship Repairing
Surface Preparation and Preservation 
Painting 
Flammable Liquids 
Welding, Cutting, and Heating
Fire Prevention 
Welding, Cutting, and Heating in Way of Preservative Coatings 
Welding, Cutting and Heating of Hollow Metal Containers
and Structures Not Covered by 1915.12
Gas Welding and Cutting 
Arc Welding and Cutting 
Uses of Fissionable Material 
Scaffolds, Ladders and Other Working Surfaces 
Scaffolds or Staging
General Working Conditions
Work On Or In The Vicinity of Radar and Radio 
First-Aid 
Gear and Equipment for Rigging and Materials Handling
Ropes, Chains, and Slings 
Use of Gear 
Qualifications of Operators 
Tools and Related Equipment
Powder Actuated Fastening Tools 
Internal Combustion Engines, Other Than Ships’ Equipment
Personal Protective Equipment 
General Requirements 
Respiratory Protection 
Personal Fall Arrest Systems 
Positioning Device Systems 
Portable, Unfired Pressure Vessels, Drums, and Containers,
Other than Ships’ Equipment
Portable Air Receivers and Other Unfired Pressure Vessels 
Toxic and Hazardous Substances 
Asbestos 
13 Carcinogens 
Vinyl Chloride 
Inorganic Arsenic 
Lead 
Cadmium 
Benzene 
Bloodborne Pathogens 
1,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane 
Acrylonitrile
Ethylene Oxide 
Formaldehyde 
Methylenedianiline 
Ionizing Radiation 
Hazard Communication 
Occupational Exposure to Hazardous Chemicals in Laboratories 
Scope and Definitions 
Commercial Diving Operations 
Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices 
Grain Handling Facilities
Hazard Communication 
Ionizing Radiation 
Hearing Protection 
Respiratory Protection 
Servicing Multi-Piece and Single-Piece Rim Wheels 
Toxic and Hazardous Substances 
Marine Terminal Operations
Hazardous Atmospheres and Substances 
Fumigants, Pesticides, Insecticides, and Hazardous Preservatives 
Personnel 
Hazard Communication 
Emergency Action Plans 
Cargo Handling Gear and Equipment 
General Rules Applicable to Vehicles 
Specialized Terminals 
Terminal facilities—Handling Menhaden and Similar Species of Fish 
 
Part 1917 Marine
Related Terminal Operations and Equipment
Welding, Cutting, and Heating (Hot Work) 
Scope and Definitions 
Commercial Diving Operations
Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices 
Hazard Communication 
Ionizing Radiation 
Hearing Protection 
Respiratory Protection 
Toxic and Hazardous Substances 
Handling Cargo 
Containerized Cargo Operations—Fall Protection systems 
General Working Conditions
Hazardous Atmospheres and Substances 
Ventilation and Atmospheric Conditions and Fumigants 
First-Aid and Life Saving Facilities 
Qualifications of Machinery Operators 
 
Part 1918 Longshoring
 
Construction Training Requirements
29 CFR Part 1926
General Safety and Health Provisions 
General Safety and Health Provisions 
Safety Training and Education 
Employee Emergency Action Plans 
Occupational Health and Environmental Controls
Medical Services and First-Aid 
Ionizing Radiation 
Nonionizing Radiation
Gases, Vapors, Fumes, Dusts, and Mists 
Hazard Communication 
Methylenedianiline 
Lead in Construction 
Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals 
Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response 
Personal Protective and Life Saving Equipment 
Hearing Protection 
Respiratory Protection 
Fire Protection and Prevention 
Fire Protection 
Signs, Signals, and Barricades
Signaling 
Tools—Hand and Power 
Powder-Operated Hand Tools
Woodworking Tools 
Welding and Cutting 
Gas Welding and Cutting 
Arc Welding and Cutting 
Fire Prevention 
Welding, Cutting, and Heating In Way of Preservative Coatings 
Electrical
Ground Fault Protection 
Scaffolding
Scaffolding—Training Requirements 
Fall Protection
Fall Protection—Training Requirements 
Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Elevators, and Conveyors
Cranes and Derricks
Material Hoists, Personnel Hoists, and Elevators
Motor Vehicles, Mechanized Equipment, and Marine Operations
Material Handling Equipment 
Site Clearing 
Excavations 
General Protection Requirements 
Concrete and Masonry Construction 
Concrete and Masonry Construction 
Steel Erection 
Bolting, Riveting, Fitting-up, and Plumbing-up 
Underground Construction, Caissons, Cofferdams, and
Compressed Air
Underground Construction 
Compressed Air 
Demolition 
Preparatory Operations 
Chutes 
Mechanical Demolition 
Blasting and Use of Explosives 
General Provisions
Blaster Qualifications 
Surface Transportation of Explosives 
Firing the Blast 
Power Transmission and Distribution 
General Requirements 
Overhead Lines 
Underground Lines 
Construction in Energized Substations 
Stairways and Ladders
Ladders 
Training Requirements 
Diving
Commercial Diving Operations 
Toxic and Hazardous Substances 
Asbestos 
13 Carcinogens 
Vinyl Chloride 
Inorganic Arsenic 
Cadmium 
Benzene 
Coke Oven Emissions
1,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane 
Acrylonitrile
Ethylene Oxide 
Formaldehyde 
Methylene Chloride 
 
29 CFR Part 1928
Applicability of Standards 
Temporary Labor Camps 
Logging 
Hazard Communication 
Cadmium 
Roll-Over Protective Structures 
Roll-over protective structures (ROPS) for tractors used in
agricultural operations 
Safety for Agricultural Equipment 
Guarding of farm field equipment, farmstead equipment, and cotton gins ..... 86
Occupational Health
Cadmium 
 
Agricultural Training Requirements
29 CFR Part 1960
Financial Management
Inspection and Abatement 
Qualifications of Safety and Health Inspectors and Agency Inspections 
General Services Administration and Other Federal Agencies
Safety and Health Services 
Occupational Safety and Health Committees 
Agency Responsibilities 
Training of:
Top Management 
Supervisors 
Safety and Health Specialists 
Safety and Health Inspectors 
Collateral Duty Safety and Health Personnel and Committee Members 
Employees and Employee Representatives 
Training Assistance 
Federal Safety and Health Councils
Role of the Secretary 
Objectives of Field Councils