G2 offers a wide variety of training services to fulfill regulatory requirements and meet your business needs. Worksites can harbor chemical, biological, ergonomic and physical hazards. Health Safety Training is essential in order to meet OSHA and EPA requirements. Our job is to anticipate, recognize, evaluate, and control health risks your employees may face including noise, vapors, dusts, and ergonomic challenges, and train you in how to effectively manage these issues. G2 health and safety training programs can be customized to fit any type of audience, from one-on-one training to seminars. Our goal is to provide you the highest standard of training and give you the knowledge necessary to succeed.
G2 provides you with the knowledge necessary to succeed.
Training topic examples include:
- Confined Space Entry & Management: Employers are required to identify all permit-required confined spaces in their workplace, prevent unauthorized entry into them and train and protect authorized workers (including contractors) from confined space hazards through a written Permit-Space Entry Program
- Respirator Use and Fit Testing: It is important for employers and employees to understand the necessity of proper respirator fit testing. We train on both Qualitative and Quantitative fit testing.
- Personal Protective Equipment: Commonly referred to as “PPE“, this equipment is worn to minimize exposure to serious workplace injuries and illnesses. These injuries and illnesses may result from contact with chemical, radiological, physical, electrical, mechanical, or other workplace hazards.
- Hazardous Energy Control (Lock-Out/Tag-Out): “Lockout/tagout” refers to specific practices and procedures to safeguard employees from the unexpected energization or startup of machinery and equipment, or the release of hazardous energy during service or maintenance activities.
- Industrial Ventilation Concepts: The three types of ventilation (indoor air quality ventilation, dilution ventilation and local exhaust ventilation)
- Hazard Communication (OSHA HAZCOM Standard): Specific training on the use of hazardous chemicals in the workplace.
- Fall Protection: Training on all 4 categories of fall safety protection and OSHA standards and compliance.
- Industrial Hygiene/Air Contaminant Exposure: Workers exposed to surface contamination need to be trained and aware of potential air contaminants.
- Mold/Lead/Asbestos Awareness: Employees who work in or around mold, lead or asbestos must be trained and protected according to OSHA regulations.
- Ergonomics: Training in how to efficiently fit “the job to the person,” allowing employees to be more productive at work.
- Noise: Occupational noise exposure training.
- Ladder Safety: Training for the selection, care and safe use of ladders according to OSHA guidelines.
- Material Handling: Training in all materials handled by employees to include OSHA guidelines.