OSHA Regulatory Training

These courses can run between 8 hours and 40 hours depending on the level of training. Contact Eric Stroud for more information via email at or phone at 336-399-2573.
  • Confined Space Training 1910.146(G)
  • CPR Training 1910.154
  • Respiratory Training 1910.134
  • OSHA Fire Regulations

Confined Space Training 1910.146

This course introduces your employees to the dangers associated with confined spaces. It includes an overview of the OSHA regulations pertaining to the site specific permit/non permit process and procedures necessary to perform safe entry.

Upon completion of the course participants will be able to:
  • Identify confined spaces in the workplace.
  • Have a working knowledge of federal OSHA regulations pertaining to permit required confined spaces.
  • Recognize hazards associated with confined spaces, proper atmospheric monitoring, lock-out/tagout and blanking procedures.
  • Understand proper use of personal protective equipment.
  • Identify the procedures of the permit process.
  • Identify emergency procedures for confined spaces.
  • Identify rescue equipment used for nonentry (external) rescue of persons from confined spaces.
Course Information:

Length: Basic Two days/ 16 hour course;
Advance 40-90 hrs

An 40 to 90-hour course will be developed by our Technical Rescue Specialist for anyone who, during the course of their employment, is expected to make rescues from confined spaces. This combination of drills and workshop elicit a response to chemical emergencies or other confined space issues by your personnel that is learned, practiced, and implemented on demand--almost automatically. This can ultimately save lives. The program content is customized to match your organization's specific needs.

CPR Training & Re-Certification/Basic Life Support 1910.151

CPR/Basic life support ( BLS) is a 4-hour course that covers basic CPR on adults, children and infants. In addition some basic First Aid procedures are included. The most recent CPR techniques designated by the American Heart Association are utilized.

Upon completion of the course each participant receives a CPR certification certificate which is good for 2 years.

OSHA Fire Regulations

Do you know which Fire Standards apply to your business? We will ensure that your business maintains compliance with all OSHA and NFPA standards by providing consultant work to develop a written program and/or provide annual training to your employees.

Training Topics -- We provide training in all the following topic areas:
  • Fire Brigades 1910.156
  • OSHA standards for Employee Emergency and Fire Prevention Plans 1910.38
  • Standpipe and Hose Systems 1910.158
  • Portable Fire Extinguishers 1910.157 (We can provide the extinguishers for the training (CO2) and your company pays for the recharging).

Our instructors are all Firefighters with many years of experience in the field.

Respiratory Training 1910.134


This course provides the student with the working knowledge of your particular self-contained breathing apparatus, procedures for donning and doffing, and the proper maintenance of the self contained breathing apparatus.

Upon completion of the course participants will be able to:
  • Define the service life of your SCBA
  • Describe procedures for inspection of SCBA
  • Prepare equipment for use
  • Use respirator
  • Terminate use
  • Perform emergency operations
  • Perform low temperature Operation
  • Describe cylinder replacement procedure
  • Perform stand-by inspection and cleaning and storage
  • Perform periodic testing
Course Information:

Length :One/Two days
This is an 8-16 hour program.

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