IPS Training Institute

IPS Training Institute | 717 E Ordnance Rd #207 | Baltimore MD 21226

IMG_1257Most OSHA and EPA required training programs are not specifically defined in the criteria as they are performance based training programs. Those with specific criteria and/or certified training requirements are available and we should discuss in depth to identify a target audience. An outline for each of the topics below and cohort into an organized format but for now this should suffice to create talking points for us to further discuss.

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  1. Hazard Communication including the requirements of Global Harmonization
      • 1 hour overview (should meet training requirements for low hazard agents)
      • 2 hour worker and/or site specific
  2. Confined Space Training
      • 2 hour overview
      • 4 hour entrant and/or attendant
      • 6 hour supervisor w/ hands on training
      • 8 hour competency by exam
  3. Introduction to OSHA
      • 1 hour overview
      • 2 hour expanded
      • 4 hour in depth program
  4. How to Manage and OSHA Compliance Inspection
      • 1 hour overview
      • 2 hour expanded
  5. Electrical Safety
      • 2 hour overview
      • 4 hour expanded
      • 8/6 hour competency by exam
      • NFPA 70e – 4 hour program
  6. Personal Protective Equipment
      • 1 hour overview for General Industry
      • 2 hour expanded with example hazard assessments in GI
      • 1 hour overview for construction
      • 2 hour expanded included Hazard Assessment in construction
      • 2 hour expanded to meet criteria of EM-385 (Army Core of Engineers)
  7. Respiratory Protection
      • 1 hour overview
      • 2 hour expanded
      • 3 hour Program Administrator for FFFP, PAPR, NAPR
      • Fit Testing Train the Trainer
      • Perform respiratory protection training and fit testing
  8. Lockout Tagout
      • 2 hour overview
      • 4 hour operations level
      • 6 hour competent person with hands on and exam
  9. Hazard Identification and Control
      • 2 hour overview
      • 4 hour competent person by exam
  10. Hazard Assessment
      • 1 hour overview for GI
      • 2 hour expanded with didactic exam
  11. Fundamentals of Environmental Occupational Safety and Health
      • 4 hour overview – introductory
      • 6 hour expanded
      • 8 hour with qualification by exam
  12. OSHA 10 and 30 Hour for General Industry
      • Will be certified by January 30th 2014
  13. OSHA 10 and 30 Hour for Construction
      • Will be certified by December 23rd 2015
  14. Bloodborne Pathogens
      • 1 hour overview/refresher
      • 2 hour introductory
      • 4 hour competency by exam
  15. Fall Protection
      • 1 hour overview
      • 2 hour operations/user
      • 4 hour supervisor for understanding regulations and implementing fall protection plans
      • 8 hour competent person
  16. Excavation and Trenching
      • 1 hour overview
      • 2 hour operations
      • 4 hour expanded operations
      • 6/8 hour competent person by exam
  17. Hazardous Materials
  18. Fire Prevention and Life Safety
      • 1 hour overview – low level understanding and response per occupancy
      • 2 hour expanded overview – including site specific protocol provided by client
      • 4 hour operations level
      • 8 hour competency by exam
  19. Emergency Preparedness
  20. Barrier Management for meeting the Statement of Conditions
      • 2 hour overview
      • 4 hour operations
      • 6 hour competency by exam
  21. Machinery and Machine Guarding
      • 2 hour overview
      • 4 hour expanded
      • 6 hour competency by exam
  22. Occupational Noise Exposure
      • 2 hour overview
      • 4 hour expanded
      • 6 hour competency by exam
  23. Powered Industrial Trucks
  24. Walking Working Surfaces in General industry

IPS offers the following Training Classes Thru Out the Year:

  • OSHA 10 and 30 Hour Outreach Programs
    • General Industry
    • Construction
  • Fire Safety
    • Hands on fire extinguisher training (this is an annual requirement so we want to emphasize that) all industries
    • High Risk OR Training – Joint Commission Patient Safety Goal (need the year)
    • Defend in Place Fire Response – Healthcare specific
    • Fire Safety Evacuation and Response
  • OSHA – Nuts – n- Bolts: for all industries, program can be 1, 2, or 4 hours
  • Forklift Training: program for new hires and recertification every 3 years
  • New Hire Orientation Programs: soup to nuts NHO program for employers in all industries
  • Incident Investigation and Control
  • Safety Inspection Training Program/li>
  • Confined Spaces – 2 hour awareness, 4 hour technician, 6 hour Supervisor and 8 Hour Hands On Program
  • Construction Safety – EM 385-1-1
  • Trenching and Excavation