Construction companies with employees well-versed in safety precautions and practices experience fewer accidents and often better insurance rates! Demonstrate your commitment to your employees by investing in their health and safety with comprehensive NWCOC training.
Field Safety: First Aid
MEDIC FIRST AID Training Programs cover first aid, CPR, AED, blood-borne pathogens, emergency oxygen, and OSHA safety compliance. Successful participants receive basic First Aid/CPR Certification.
Field Safety: OSHA 10-Hour
Best practices in recognition and prevention of some of the most common and hazardous situations on the job site. Designed for all employees and small business owners. Students who successfully completethis training will receive an OSHA 10-Hour card.
Field Safety: OSHA 30-Hour
Introduction to SafetyHazard CommunicationPersonal Protective EquipmentWork-Zone SafetyElectrical and High-Voltage Hazards75106-03 Fire Protection and PreventionHand- and Power-Tool SafetyWelding SafetyFall ProtectionConfined SpacesConcrete and MasonrySteel ErectionWalking and Working SurfacesLadders and ScaffoldingHorizontal Directional Drilling HazardsHeavy-Equipment, Crane, and Rigging SafetyTrenching SafetyForklift SafetyLockout/Tagout
Company Safety Program
Provides instruction on how to implement and administer a company safety program. This course and the accompanying manual, is designed for field managers, safety directors, safety committees, owner safety representatives, and insurance/loss control representatives.
- Introduction to Safety
- TechnologyHazard Recognition, Evaluation and Control
- Risk Analysis and AssessmentInspections
- Audits and Observations
- Employee Motivation
- Site-Specific ES&H Plans
- Emergency Action Plans
- JSAs and TSAs
- Safety Orientation and Training
- Work Permit Policies
- Confined-Space Entry Procedures
- Safety Meetings
- Accident Investigation: Policies and Procedures
- Accident Investigation: Data Analysis
- OSHA Inspection Procedures
- ES&H Data Tracking and Trending
- Environmental Awareness
The courses at NWCOC meet the Oregon Construction Contractors Board (CCB) continuing education requirements.
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Residential Continuing Education