Occupational Safety and Health Training

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Occupational
Safety and Health
Training
2015–2016
Catalog
An Authorized
Evolving to Meet Your Occupational Safety
and Health Education and Training Needs
For more than 30 years, Georgia Tech Professional Education’s occupational safety and health training has provided a wide
variety of companies with the needed skills to reduce workplace accidents and keep workers healthy and safe. Our short courses
and professional certificates enable you to not only save your company money by reducing workplace injuries, illnesses, and
safety violations, but also lower workers’ compensation premiums as you sharpen your expertise.
Our center stands as one of the original four OSHA Training Institute Education Centers, established in 1992 with courses based
in Midtown Atlanta at the Georgia Tech Global Learning Center. We’re focused on providing technical and practical skills that you
can immediately apply in the workplace. We’re pleased to announce that during our 2014–15 academic year, we awarded more
than 153 professional certificates and trained nearly 3,000 course participants.
We are continually working to meet your training needs by creating more flexible course offerings with new one-day-a-week
courses and online options, along with extending our reach across the Southeast with courses in Georgia, South and North
Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, and Florida. Whether at the Georgia Tech Global Learning Center, at your workplace location, or
anywhere else you may be, Georgia Tech’s OSHA Training Institute Education Center is ready to meet your specific training needs.
As top industry professionals with the Georgia Tech Research Institute, our instructors apply skills and knowledge acquired from
working alongside a diverse group of companies and government agencies to bring real-world insight and knowledge to our
courses. The majority of our instructors hold advanced degrees and certifications, and are committed to being a valuable resource
to you during your training and beyond.
Whether you’re renewing your Authorized Outreach Trainer card, advancing your career with one of our 10 professional
certificates, or working with us to customize courses for your employees, Georgia Tech will deliver valuable knowledge to help
you keep your workplace safer. We look forward to seeing you in one of our courses soon.
Daniel J. Ortiz, MPH, CSP
Director, ESOH Programs Office
Georgia Tech Research Institute
Working to keep your team safe.
For more information or to register, visit pe.gatech.edu/safety.
Myrtle I. Turner Harris
Ph.D., MPH, CET
Director, Georgia Tech
OSHA Training Institute
Education Center
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The OSHA Impact....................................................................................4
Instructors .............................................................................................5
The Georgia Tech Advantage .................................................................6
Learn On-Site/MEP Partnership ............................................................7
Construction and General Industry Courses ...................................8-16
OSHA 510: Occupational Safety and Health Standards for
Construction Industry.............................................................................8
OSHA 500: Trainer Course in Occupational Safety and Health
Standards for Construction Industry........................................................9
OSHA 502: Update for Construction Industry Outreach Trainers................ 9
OSHA 511: Occupational Safety and Health Standards
for General Industry ............................................................................10
OSHA 501: Trainer Course in Occupational Safety and
Health Standards for General Industry ..................................................10
OSHA 503: Update for General Industry Outreach Trainers .....................11
OSHA 521: OSHA Guide to Industrial Hygiene........................................11
OSHA 2015: Hazardous Materials.........................................................11
OSHA 2045: Machinery and Machine Guarding Standards ....................12
OSHA 2055: (NEW) Cranes for Construction.........................................12
OSHA 2225: Respiratory Protection ......................................................12
OSHA 2255: Principles of Ergonomics Applied to
Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders ..............................................13
OSHA 2264: Permit-Required Confined Space Entry .............................13
OSHA 3015: Excavation, Trenching and Soil Mechanics .........................13
OSHA 3095: Electrical Standards..........................................................14
OSHA 3115: Fall Protection .................................................................14
OSHA 6000: Collateral Duty Course for Other
Federal Agencies ................................................................................14
OSHA 7000: OSHA Training Guidelines for Safe
Patient Handling .................................................................................15
OSHA 7115: Lockout Tagout ................................................................15
OSHA 7205: (NEW) Health Hazard Awareness .....................................15
OSHA 7405: (NEW) Fall Hazard Awareness for the
Construction Industry ..........................................................................15
EST 7005: NFPA 70E: Standard for Electrical
Safety in the Workplace .......................................................................21
EST 7006: Certified Hazardous Materials Management
(CHMM) Review ..................................................................................21
EST 7007: Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST)
Certification Exam Study Session..........................................................21
EST 7008: Introduction to Noise Evaluation and Control .........................22
EST 7009: Air Sampling Fundamentals for the Workplace ......................22
EST 7010: Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous and
Explosive Chemicals ............................................................................22
EST 7011: Crane Standards, Rigging and Signaling ..............................23
EST 7012: Topics in Occupational Health Management .........................23
EST 7013: Power Transmission and Distribution ...................................23
EST 7015: Lean and Safe: Safety-Integrated
Process Improvement .........................................................................23
EST 7016: OSHA Voluntary Protection Programs (VPP):
Protect Employees Beyond OSHA Standards and Attain VPP ..................24
EST 7019: Globally Harmonized Hazard Communication
Standard (GHS) ...................................................................................24
EST 7020: (NEW) Electrical Transmission and Distribution,
10-Hour Construction Safety and Health ...............................................24
EST 7122: Introduction to Safety and Health Management (Online).........24
EST 7123: Introduction to Incident (Accident) Investigation (Online)........ 25
EST 7124: Human Performance: Understanding Human Error................ 25
EST 7125: Legal Aspects of Construction, Engineering
and Safety...........................................................................................25
EST 7126: Process Safety Management–
Process Hazard Analysis ......................................................................26
EST 7127: (NEW) Modern Theories in Accident Causation ....................26
Free Expertise to Keep Your Team Safe ..............................................27
Hazardous Materials Courses ........................................................28-29
HAZ 1000: 24-Hour Hazmat Technician ................................................28
HAZ 1002: HAZWOPER Annual Refresher .............................................28
HAZ 1004: HAZWOPER Site Operations ...............................................29
HAZ 1006: Advanced Hazmat School ...................................................29
OSHA 7500: Introduction to Safety and Health
Program Management........................................................................ 16
Community Outreach ...........................................................................30
OSHA 7505: Introduction to Incident (Accident) Investigation .................16
Unique Training Opportunities ............................................................31
OSHA 7845: OSHA Recordkeeping Rule Seminar ..................................16
Course Locations .................................................................................32
Success Story .................................................................................18-19
Facility Maps and Directions ...............................................................33
Course Calendar.......................................................................... Tear-Out
Pocket Guides
Related Occupational Safety and Health Courses .........................17-26
Certificate Program and Courses at a Glance ................................ Back Page
DEF 4504: Human Systems Integration ................................................17
Frequently Asked Questions.......................................................... Back Page
EST 6000: Managing Environmental Compliance ..................................17
How to Register .......................................................................... Back Page
EST 7000: Scaffolding Safety ..............................................................20
EST 7001: Advanced Safety Management.............................................20
EST 7003: Instructional Techniques for Occupational Safety,
Health and Environmental Professionals ...............................................20
The OSHA Impact
How Joining Georgia Tech’s
Family of Safety Professionals
Leads to Success
An interview with Rodrigues “Rocky” Smith,
Safety Manager, Escoe Industrial
Contractors, Inc.
“If you are looking for a
family of safety professionals,
then Georgia Tech is the
place to be.”– Rodrigues “Rocky” Smith
Rodrigues “Rocky” Smith has been part of the Georgia Tech OSHA Training
Institute Education Center’s (OTIEC) family for over six years. He has directly
applied the knowledge he learned from our courses to his current job, and
the results have been rewarding! With his newly acquired professional
knowledge from completing consecutive industry courses, he has become
an asset to his current team– preventing multiple workplace incidents. This
impact proves why the occupational safety and health program at Georgia
Tech sets students apart from others in the industry.
“The instructors have real-world experience,” Smith said. “They have an
open-door communication policy, making themselves available outside
of the classroom, and even after the conclusion of the course, to give industry
advice.” He attributes his current career success to their mentorship.
When Smith first embarked on his quest for OSHA training, he encountered programs that did not match his needs. He desired an
OSHA program that could match his passion for safety with industry expert trainers, hands-on learning techniques, and more. He
expressed his needs to a colleague, who then introduced him to Georgia Tech Professional Education’s OSHA program. Initially, Smith
was drawn to the program’s strong business acumen and “top-rated” reputation. He found that the instructors’ dedication to their
students and the material, along with the program’s hands-on approach to learning, relevant courses, and workshop scenarios, far
exceeded those of any program he had seen or heard about. However, as time passed, he realized he was not just receiving a great
education from the largest Region IV OSHA Center, but was now a part of its caring family environment.
“If you are looking for a family of safety professionals, then Georgia Tech is the place to be,” Smith stated. The continual welcoming
atmosphere created by the friendly staff, instructors, and students has amazingly kept him not only coming back for more courses,
but also connected with peers and staff from 2009.
As Smith continues to hone his skills toward a natural disaster safety role with his next course, coming in fall 2015, his excitement
to see his safety and health family again is undeniable. “I endorse Georgia Tech,” he said. “The solid OSHA curriculum, fueled with
hands-on training, and a strong professional network builds you for a successful safety career. They treat me unlike any other
program – they treat me like I matter.”
Rocky Smith has over 14 years of experience in the construction industry, with nearly seven of those years in the safety arena.
Smith plans to continue to work toward earning his Construction Health and Safety Technician Certificate (CHST), the highly soughtafter industry credential. He also plans to obtain a Georgia Tech OTIEC Premier Occupational Safety and Health Certificate.
Visit www.pe.gatech.edu/safety to learn more about our occupational safety and health certificates and courses that may drive
advancements in your career, and bond you to an elite safety and health family.
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Instructors
Acquire in-depth expertise by learning from our expert Georgia Tech instructors.
OSHA Training Institute
Education Center
Dana Atkinson
MBA, MS-BCFM
Kristen Butler
CIH, MPH
Steve Davis
Thomas Dean
CSP, MSM
Pamela Fisher
CSHM, CHST
Dennis Folds
Bob Hendry
Philip Greisen
CHST
Jenny Houlroyd
CIH, MSPH
Jim Howry
CUSA, MSM
Pete Kriengsiri
Mike McCarroll
CSP
Dan Ortiz
MPH, CSP
Steve Owen
CET
Phil Prichard
Paige Rohrig
CSP
Shannon Ross
CSP
Paul Schlumper
PE, CSP
Ph.D.
Instructors not pictured:
Hilarie SchubertWarren, CIH, MPH
Myrtle I. Turner Harris
Ph.D., CET, MPH
Art Wickman
CIH
Vicki Hanrahan Ainslie; Bryan Black, Ph.D.;
Charlotte Grove, CET, CIT; Charles Johnson,
Kevin Kamperman, MSPH; Mike O’Dell; Bill Warner, CSP.
Working to keep your team safe.
For more information or to register, visit pe.gatech.edu/safety.
INSTRUCTORS
For more than 30 years, Georgia Tech Professional Education’s expert instructors have helped keep companies accident-free,
and workers safe and healthy. Researchers and scientists with Georgia Tech Research Institute, the university’s applied research
arm, also work as consultants for companies, industry, and government.
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The Georgia Tech Advantage
Offering Multiple Ways to Learn
Georgia Tech is a global leader in scientific and
technological research and education. When you train
with Georgia Tech, you are learning from a worldrenowned research institution and the seventh-ranked
public university in the country. Our training is highly
regarded by employers and industries.
Georgia Tech is expanding its delivery of professional
education safety and health courses, offering new
locations, online courses, and on-site training at your
workplace. These courses are taught by Georgia Tech
researchers and top industry experts with real-world
insight and extensive OSHA knowledge.
Choose the most cost-effective option for you and your
employees. We also can customize training for your staff.
No matter the delivery method, course attendees can
earn continuing education units (CEUs) and apply the
classes to our professional certificates.
Working to keep your team safe.
For more information or to register, visit pe.gatech.edu/safety.
Attend Courses at
Multiple Locations
Our 10 sites in the Southeast offer flexibility
and convenient access to our knowledgeable
instructors (see page 32).
Train at Your Location
Be budget conscious and keep employees
close to home. Our customized courses can
meet your staff’s specific needs.
Learn Online
Gain access to our training on your own
schedule –at work, at home, or on the road.
Stream Courses to
Your Facility
Take advantage of Georgia Tech’s ability to
deliver courses via real-time videoconferencing
or on-demand online video.
Apply for Funding
The federal Workforce Investment Act (WIA)
provides funding for eligible candidates
who are unemployed and need training
to compete for jobs. The step-by-step
process and more information are available
at pe.gatech.edu/wia.
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Learn On-Site
Customized Consulting and Training for Your Safety and Health Needs
LEARN ON-SITE
Georgia Tech’s OSHA Training Institute can optimize your training budget for a greater return on your investment. Conducting a cost
benefit analysis can show how to leverage your training budget for the greatest impact across your organization. Safety should not
be a commodity to be sold, traded, or held in reserve. Safety is a science. Safety is an art. Safety is about managing human capital to
reduce risk and to maximize productivity. Training is an investment in your people and your firm. Training budgets should be managed
like any other capital investment, with an eye toward the return on investment. Training courses should not be viewed as discrete
events, but as an opportunity to develop human capital across your organization. Instead of empowering one individual, empower your
organization to make positive change. Choose from any of our 2015-16 courses, in addition to the 21 below, and let Georgia Tech
customize them to fulfill your staff’s safety and health training needs. Learn at your location with this cost-effective solution.
We also offer on-site training in:
OSHA 5400: Trainer Course in Occupational Safety and Health
Standards for the Maritime Industry
OSHA 5402: Update for Maritime Industry Trainers
OSHA 5410: Safety and Health Standards for the Maritime Industry
OSHA 5600: Disaster Site Worker Train-the-Trainer Course
OSHA 5602: Update for Disaster Site Worker Trainers
OSHA 7005: Public Warehousing and Storage
OSHA 7110: Safe Bolting Principles and Practices
OSHA 7120: Introduction to Combustible Dust Hazards (2 days)
OSHA 7125: Seminar on Combustible Dust Hazards (1 day)
OSHA 7200: Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure Control for
Healthcare Facilities
OSHA 7210: Pandemic Influenza Workplace Preparedness
OSHA 7300: OSHA’s Permit-Required Confined Space Standard
OSHA 7400: Trainer Course in Construction Noise
OSHA 7410: Managing Excavation Hazards
OSHA 7415: OSHA Construction Industry Requirements Awareness
of Major Hazards and Prevention Strategies
OSHA 7510: Introduction to OSHA for Small Business
OSHA 7515: Writing Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
EST 7016: OSHA Voluntary Protection Program (VPP): Protect
Employees Beyond OSHA Standards and Attain VPP
EST 7018: Trainer Course: Electrical Safety Standards for the
Workplace, NFPA 70E
EST 7019: Globally Harmonized Hazard Communication Standard (GHS)
EST 7120: Introduction to Combustible Dust Hazards
Would you like more information about consulting and
customizing a safety and health course? Contact James Howry at
[email protected] or 404-407-8053.
Customized Consulting,
Training for Manufacturers
The Georgia Tech OSHA Training Institute Education Center
(OTIEC) is collaborating with the Georgia Manufacturing
Extension Partnership (GaMEP) to bring customized safety and
health training, education, and consulting as well as a host of
manufacturing growth services to companies.
With a broad range of expertise in process improvement,
ISO management systems, energy, sustainability, and topline growth, the GaMEP is a state and federally funded
initiative that provides training and implementation to Georgia
manufacturers.
As part of a customized approach, the GaMEP can connect
you with the vast resources of Georgia Tech and the state
to ensure that your organization meets your goals. We save
you the travel costs and customize the content to address
the issues that you face at your location, while removing any
course content that is not pertinent to your employees.
Would you like more information about the GaMEP? Contact
Katie Takacs at [email protected]
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Construction Industry Courses
Trainer Series
OSHA 510
$875
Earn 2.6 CEUs
Sept. 21-25, 2015 (Myrtle Beach)
Oct. 5-9, 2015 (Atlanta)
Nov. 9-13, 2015 (Asheville)
Nov. 30-Dec. 4, 2015 (Atlanta)
Dec. 7-11, 2015 (Mobile)
Jan. 25-29, 2016 (Savannah)
Feb. 1-5, 2016 (Atlanta)
Mar. 14-18, 2016 (Nashville)
Occupational Safety and Health Standards for Construction Industry
pe.gatech.edu/osha510 | 29 CFR 1926 $39 (Required)
Use OSHA policies, procedures, standards, and safety and health principles as a guide for the construction
industry. Each section of the OSHA construction standards is covered, with special emphasis placed on more
hazardous areas. This course is the prerequisite for OSHA 500.
What You Will Learn
• S elect appropriate OSHA standards
that apply to a hazard
• H
azard violation search workshop
and safety programs
• R ecordkeeping and hazard
communication
• P ersonal protective equipment
• E xcavation, demolition, and blasting
• F ire protection and prevention
• C
oncrete and underground
construction
• H
and and power tools; welding and
electrical
• S caffolding, cranes, and rigging
• S teel erection, stairways,
and ladders
Apr. 11-15, 2016 (Atlanta)
May 16-20, 2016 (Destin)
June 6-10, 2016 (Atlanta)
July 18-22, 2016 (Orlando)
Aug. 8-12, 2016 (Atlanta)
Sept. 19- 23, 2016 (Myrtle Beach)
Oct. 3-7, 2016 (Atlanta)
Nov. 14-18, 2016 (Charlotte)
Dec. 5-9, 2016 (Atlanta)
Dec. 12-16, 2016 (Mobile)
Outreach Training Program
The OSHA Outreach Training program is a voluntary program through which OSHA
authorizes trainers to teach occupational safety and health hazard recognition and
prevention in an effort to promote workplace safety and health. Completion of a
Trainer Series course authorizes the trainer to conduct 10- and 30-hour outreach
classes in accordance with Outreach Training Program requirements.
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Trainer Series
OSHA 500
$875
Oct.12 -16, 2015 (Atlanta)
Dec. 7-11, 2015 (Atlanta)
Feb.1-5, 2016 (Atlanta)
Mar. 7-11, 2016 (Savannah)
Apr. 25-29, 2016 (Atlanta)
May 23-27, 2016 (Mobile)
pe.gatech.edu/osha500 | 29 CFR 1926 $39 (Required)
Building on the OSHA 510 technical course content, OSHA 500 goes beyond the OSHA standards to review
effective training techniques, with a special emphasis on the most hazardous areas in construction. This course
is for private- and public-sector workers interested in developing safety and health programs and providing
training in construction. Successfully complete the course and pass a multiple-choice test to become an OSHA
Authorized Outreach Trainer, authorized to conduct both 10- and 30-hour construction courses. Construction
industry outreach trainers must take OSHA 502 every four years to maintain their authorized trainer status.
Attendees should bring a laptop and be prepared to make a presentation during the course.
June 20-24, 2016 (Atlanta)
Prerequisites
Aug. 22-26, 2016 (Atlanta)
Participants are required to have both:
Oct. 31-Nov. 4, 2016 (Atlanta)
Dec. 12-16, 2016 (Atlanta)
1. Five years of construction safety experience (a college degree in occupational safety and health, or a
Certified Safety Professional (CSP) or Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) designation, in the applicable
training area, may be substituted for two years of experience). – AND–
2. Successful completion of OSHA 510 course is mandatory.
What You Will Learn
• H
azard communication, health
hazards, and PPE
• Electrical safety
• Walking and working surfaces
ranes and rigging; tools and
• C
welding
• S caffolding, trenching, and steel
erection
• C
onfined space entry, ladders,
and stairways
• Outreach training program
• Concrete construction safety
• O
SHA recordkeeping, standards,
and safety programs
SHA inspections, targeting, and
• O
penalties
Trainer Series
OSHA 502
$640
Earn 1.8 CEUs
Oct. 6-8, 2015 (Atlanta)
Jan. 12-14, 2016 (Atlanta)
Apr. 5-7, 2016 (Atlanta)
June 14-16, 2016 (Atlanta)
July 12-14, 2016 (Savannah)
Oct. 4-6, 2016 (Atlanta)
Update for Construction Industry Outreach Trainers
pe.gatech.edu/osha502 | 29 CFR 1926 $39 (Required)
Maintain your construction industry trainer status. Become familiar with recent changes to OSHA’s most common
hazards and violations. This course is for private- and public-sector workers who have completed the OSHA 500
instructor course. Construction industry voluntary compliance outreach trainers must take this update course every
four years. If your trainer card has expired, you must retake the OSHA 501 course and the exam to be current. If
your card has been expired for 10 years or more, you must retake OSHA 510 and OSHA 500. Attendees should
bring a laptop and be prepared to make a presentation during the course. Attendees will be conducting training for
the class as part of the exam, which must be passed in order to be authorized.
Prerequisite
P articipants are required to complete the OSHA 500 or OSHA 502 course and be in current
card status.
What You Will Learn
• R ecently adopted or revised
OSHA standards
• O
SHA procedures and standards
updates
• S afety and health program
management
• OSHA inspection policy updates
• I dentify training material resources
• Training techniques
eneral overview of construction
• G
safety practices
Working to keep your team safe.
For more information or to register, visit pe.gatech.edu/safety.
CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY TRAINER SERIES
Earn 2.6 CEUs
Trainer Course in Occupational Safety and
Health Standards for Construction Industry
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GENERAL INDUSTRY TRAINER SERIES
General Industry Courses
Trainer Series
OSHA 511
$875
Earn 2.6 CEUs
Occupational Safety and Health Standards for General Industry
pe.gatech.edu/osha511 | 29 CFR 1910 $39 (Required)
July 14, 21, 28,
Aug. 4, 11, 2015 (Atlanta)
Every Tuesday for 5 weeks
Aug. 10-14, 2015 (Atlanta)
Sept. 21-25, 2015 (Myrtle Beach)
Oct. 5-9, 2015 (Atlanta)
Nov. 16-20, 2015 (Asheville)
Nov. 30-Dec. 4, 2015 (Atlanta)
May 16-20, 2016 (Destin)
Nov. 14-18, 2016 (Charlotte)
Dec. 7-11, 2015 (Mobile)
June 6-10, 2016 (Atlanta)
Dec. 5-9, 2016 (Atlanta)
Jan. 25-29, 2016 (Savannah)
July 25-29, 2016 (Orlando)
Dec. 12-16, 2016 (Mobile)
Feb. 1-5, 2016 (Atlanta)
Aug. 8 -12, 2016 (Atlanta)
Mar. 14-18, 2016 (Nashville)
Sept. 19-23, 2016 (Myrtle Beach)
Apr. 11-15, 2016 (Atlanta)
Oct. 3 -7, 2016 (Atlanta)
Use OSHA standards as a guide to apply OSHA policies, procedures, standards, and general industry safety
and health principles. Topics include scope and application of OSHA general industry standards, with special
emphasis placed on hazardous areas. This course is the prerequisite to OSHA 501.
What You Will Learn
• H
azard violation safety workshop
• E lectrical safety standards and
work practices
• M
eans of egress and fire protection
• I ntroduction to industrial hygiene
• Personal protective equipment
• M
achine guarding; lockout/tagout
(LOTO)
• Material handling
Trainer Series
OSHA 501
$875
Earn 2.6 CEUs
Oct. 12-16, 2015 (Atlanta)
Dec. 7-11, 2015 (Atlanta)
Feb. 1-5, 2016 (Atlanta)
Mar. 7-11, 2016 (Savannah)
Apr. 25-29, 2016 (Atlanta)
May 23-27, 2016 (Mobile)
June 20-24, 2016 (Atlanta)
Aug. 22-26, 2016 (Atlanta)
Oct. 31-Nov. 4, 2016 (Atlanta)
Dec. 12-16, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Walking and working surfaces
SHA recordkeeping and hazard
• O
communication
• Ergonomics
Trainer Course in Occupational Safety and Health Standards for
General Industry
pe.gatech.edu/osha501 | 29 CFR 1910 $39 (Required)
Building on the OSHA 511 technical course content, OSHA 501 reviews effective training techniques, with
a special emphasis on identifying the most hazardous areas in general industry settings. This course is for
private- and public-sector workers interested in developing safety and health programs and providing training
for general industry. Successfully complete the course and pass a multiple-choice test to become an OSHA
Authorized Outreach Trainer, authorized to conduct both 10- and 30-hour general industry courses. General
industry outreach trainers must take OSHA 503 every four years to maintain their authorized trainer status.
Attendees should bring a laptop and be prepared to make a presentation during the course.
Prerequisites
Participants are required to have both:
1. Five years of general industry safety experience (a college degree in occupational safety and health, or
a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) or Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) designation, in the applicable
training area, may be substituted for two years of experience.) – AND–
2. Successful completion of OSHA 511 course is mandatory.
What You Will Learn
• OSH Act and 29 CFR 1903
• C
itations and proposed penalties
eans of egress and fire protection
• M
• Material handling and PPE
• O
utreach training program and
techniques
achine guarding; lockout-tagout
• M
(LOTO)
• E lectrical safety standards and
work practices
• Walking and working surfaces
• H
azard communication and OSHA
recordkeeping
• W
elding permit-required
confined space
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Trainer Series
OSHA 503
Earn 1.8 CEUs
Oct. 6-8, 2015 (Atlanta)
Jan. 12-14, 2016 (Atlanta)
Apr. 5-7, 2016 (Atlanta)
June 14-16, 2016 (Atlanta)
July 12-14, 2016 (Savannah)
Oct. 4-6, 2016 (Atlanta)
pe.gatech.edu/osha503 | 29 CFR 1910 $39 (Required)
General industry voluntary compliance outreach trainers must take this course every four years. If your
trainer card has expired, you must retake the OSHA 501 course and the exam to be current. If your card
has been expired for 10 years or more, you must retake OSHA 511 and OSHA 501.
Prerequisite
Participants are required to complete the OSHA 501 or OSHA 503 course and be in current card status.
What You Will Learn
• OSHA inspection policy updates
• I dentify common violations
of OSHA
• O
SHA procedures and
standards updates
OSHA 521
$875
Earn 2.7 CEUs
Nov. 9-13, 2015 (Atlanta)
Mar. 21-25, 2016 (Atlanta)
July 25-29, 2016 (Atlanta)
Nov. 14-18, 2016 (Atlanta)
OSHA 2015
$875
Earn 2.6 CEUs
Aug. 15-19, 2016 (Atlanta)
• S afety and health program
management
• Training techniques
• A batement procedures for
selected safety hazards
OSHA Guide to Industrial Hygiene
pe.gatech.edu/osha521 | 29 CFR 1910 $39 (Required)
Learn about industrial hygiene practices and related OSHA regulations and procedures. Focus on
OSHA health standards, permissible exposure limits, respiratory protection, engineering controls,
hazard communication, sampling instrumentation, hearing conservation, workplace health program
elements, and other industrial hygiene-related topics.
What You Will Learn
• A ir contaminant sampling and
air sampling laboratory
• P ermissible exposure limit
and compliance
• Hazard violation workshop
• S trategies for controlling
hazardous conditions
• Detector tube sampling
• OSHA ergonomic guidelines
• E lements of a workplace health
program
• Health hazard recognition
Hazardous Materials
pe.gatech.edu/osha2015
Get an overview of OSHA’s general industry standards and other consensus and proprietary
standards that relate to hazardous materials.
What You Will Learn
• U nsafe storage conditions for
hazardous materials
• F lammable and
combustible liquids
ryogenic liquids, compressed
• C
gases, and LP gas
• Spraying and dipping processes
• Electrical equipment
• H
azardous waste operations
and emergency response
• P ermit-required confined
space entry
• Describe proper abatement
• S pecify necessary precautions
for hazardous operations
• Process safety management
Working to keep your team safe.
For more information or to register, visit pe.gatech.edu/safety.
CONSTRUCTION AND GENERAL INDUSTRY
$640
Update for General Industry Outreach Trainers
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OSHA 2045
CONSTRUCTION AND GENERAL INDUSTRY
$875
Earn 2.6 CEUs
May 2-6, 2016 (Atlanta)
Aug. 8-12, 2016 (Atlanta)
Nov. 28-Dec. 2, 2016 (Atlanta)
Machinery and Machine Guarding Standards
pe.gatech.edu/osha2045
Learn machinery hazards and how to control hazardous energy sources. Apply hazard recognition concepts
on a site inspection. Evaluate and document any machinery and machine guarding hazards, as well as
researching the standards for citation references. Course includes hands-on training and a field trip. Safety
shoes, safety glasses, and appropriate clothing are required.
What You Will Learn
• Review of guarding and devices
• H
azards that occur around
machinery
• E lectrical safety-related
work practices
NEW COURSE
OSHA 2055
$795
Earn 2.15 CEUs
Mar. 21-23, 2016 (Atlanta)
Sept. 20-22, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Lockout/tagout
• O
ptions to achieve abatement
• Portable tool safeguarding
Cranes for Construction
pe.gatech.edu/osha2055
Understand and apply new regulations to your organization’s operations. Improve your ability to
manage crane operations and recognize crane operation hazards. Students will be trained in Level
1 rigging and crane signaling to gain the knowledge necessary to train supervisors and employees
as basic Level 1 riggers and qualified signal persons.
What You Will Learn
• Crane inspections
• Power line safety
• Qualified rigger requirements
• R equirements for operator
certification/qualification
• Crane assembly/disassembly
• T ower cranes and
specialty cranes
• E quipment operations
requirements
OSHA 2225
$790
Earn 2.6 CEUs
Feb. 23-26, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Q
ualified signal person
requirements
Respiratory Protection
pe.gatech.edu/osha2225
Gain knowledge of the requirements for the establishment, maintenance, and monitoring of a respiratory
protection program. Use an array of respirators and support equipment through hands-on training. Identify and
describe the major elements of a respiratory protection program following 29 CFR 1910.134.
Medical Approval Requirement
Medical approval to wear a half-mask, air-purifying respirator is required. All attendees are required to submit a
completed Medical Eligibility Form, which can be found at pe.gatech.edu/osha2225.
What You Will Learn
• OSHA and ANSI standards
• NIOSH certifications
• R espirator selection, use, and
fit testing
• M
edical evaluation
recommendations
• S elf-contained breathing apparatus
• Q
ualitative and quantitative
fit testing
• Maintenance and care
• Confined space entry
• Recordkeeping
Working to keep your team safe.
For more information or to register, visit pe.gatech.edu/safety.
• C
ompliance with OSHA’s respiratory
protection standard
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OSHA 2255
$790
Mar. 22-25, 2016 (Atlanta)
Aug. 2-5, 2016 (Atlanta)
pe.gatech.edu/osha2255
Learn how to apply ergonomic principles for the reduction of stress and strain on an employee’s body as
well as the control of workplace musculoskeletal and nerve disorders. Conduct task analyses of videotaped
jobs and identify musculoskeletal risk factors. Work as a team to apply class concepts to develop effective
control strategies for each job. Participants need to bring calculators.
What You Will Learn
• J ob, workstation, and equipment
improvements to reduce injury
IOSH Work Practices Guide for
• N
Manual Lifting
• A nthropometry and work
physiology
• Cumulative trauma disorders
OSHA 2264
$810
Earn 2.0 CEUs
Jan. 26-29, 2016 (Atlanta)
June 7-10, 2016 (Atlanta)
$760
Earn 2.0 CEUs
Sept. 15-18, 2015 (Savannah)
Oct. 27-30, 2015 (Atlanta)
Apr. 26-29, 2016 (Atlanta)
Sept.13-16, 2016 (Savannah)
Oct. 25-28, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Job hazard analysis
• A dministrative and engineering
controls
bservation techniques and
• O
medical surveillance
• R apid upper-limb assessment
technique
• Back injury control
Permit-Required Confined Space Entry
pe.gatech.edu/osha2264
Learn to recognize, evaluate, prevent, and abate safety and health hazards associated with confined space entry.
Participants need to bring calculators.
What You Will Learn
• T erms specific to permit-required
confined spaces
• Ventilation requirements
• Limitations of testing equipment
• Permit space hazards
• Personal protective equipment
• Permit system
• P roper operation of testing
equipment
• Entry procedures
OSHA 3015
• Heat stress
Excavation, Trenching and Soil Mechanics
pe.gatech.edu/osha3015
Focus on OSHA standards and the safety aspects of excavation and trenching. Use instruments such as
penetrometers, torvane shears, and engineering rods during a hands-on field trip.
Personal Protective Equipment Requirements
Participants are required to bring safety shoes, safety glasses, a hard hat, and appropriate clothing.
What You Will Learn
• Excavations
• Sloping and benching
• Alternatives to timber shoring
• S oil classification and mechanics
• Timber shoring for trenches
• Selection of protective systems
• S tability of shored and un-shored
slopes
• A luminum hydraulic shoring for
trenches
• Use of different testing methods
CONSTRUCTION AND GENERAL INDUSTRY
Earn 2.0 CEUs
Principles of Ergonomics Applied to Work-Related
Musculoskeletal and Nerve Disorders
14
OSHA 3095
CONSTRUCTION AND GENERAL INDUSTRY
$875
Earn 2.8 CEUs
Sept. 15-18, 2015 (Atlanta)
Apr. 19-22, 2016 (Atlanta)
Sept. 13-16, 2016 (Atlanta)
Electrical Standards
pe.gatech.edu/osha3095
Get an overview of electrical installations and related equipment, with an emphasis on controlling electrical
hazards by the application of OSHA standards and the National Electrical Code.
What You Will Learn
• O
SHA’s electrical standards and
safety practices
• Over-current protection
• E lectrical fundamentals and
requirements
• G
round fault circuit interrupters and
branch circuits
• Grounding requirements
OSHA 3115
$790
Earn 2.0 CEUs
Sept. 29-Oct. 2, 2015 (Atlanta)
Mar. 15-18, 2016 (Atlanta)
Sept. 27-30, 2016 (Atlanta))
• S ingle- and three-phase systems
• Hazardous locations
ielectric personal protective
• D
equipment
• P ortable generators and
temporary wiring
• NFPA 70E
Fall Protection
pe.gatech.edu/osha3115
Get an overview of state-of-the-art technology and OSHA requirements for fall protection, including the principles of
fall protection, components of fall arrest systems, limitations of fall arrest equipment, and related OSHA policies.
Participate in a field exercise demonstrating fall protection equipment. Course includes one-day field exercise.
Prerequisite
Completion of OSHA 510 or equivalent construction training experience.
Personal Protective Equipment Requirements
Safety shoes, safety glasses, and appropriate clothing are required.
What You Will Learn
• 29 w Subpart M
• A batement methods for fall hazards
• Sample fall protection plans
• F all hazard analysis, accidents,
and fatalities
• C
onsensus standards and
summaries
OSHA 6000
$440
Earn 2.3 CEUs
Nov.17-20, 2015 (Atlanta)
Nov. 8-11, 2016 (Atlanta)
• P roper standards for citation
purposes
• P roper use of fall protection
equipment and personal fall
arrest systems
• Litigation decisions
• Pre- and post-test
Collateral Duty Course for Other Federal Agencies
pe.gatech.edu/osha6000 | 29 CFR 1910 $39 (Required)
Effectively assist agency safety and health officers in their inspection and abatement efforts. Learn the process
of a site inspection and visit a government facility to evaluate and document observed hazards. Research and
select applicable standards for observed hazards. Present your findings to the class.
Personal Protective Equipment Requirements
Safety shoes, safety glasses, and appropriate clothing are required.
What You Will Learn
• O
SH Act, 29 CFR 1960, and
29 CFR 1910
• O
SHA standards and hazard
violation workshop
• O
ffice safety and introduction to
accident investigation
• Hazard communication
• Walking and working surfaces
• I ntroduction to industrial hygiene
• I nspection field trip, write-up,
and review
• M
eans of egress and fire protection
• U se the OSHA numbering system
• M
aterial handling, electrical
standards, and PPE
15
OSHA 7000
$270
Mar. 21, 2016 (Atlanta)
Aug. 1, 2016 (Atlanta)
pe.gatech.edu/osha7000
Learn to use “OSHA’s Ergonomics Guidelines for Nursing Homes” document as a basis for any healthcare
facility to develop a process to protect workers and their patients. Focus on recognizing, assessing and
controlling ergonomic hazards in a healthcare setting.
What You Will Learn
• E rgonomic problems in
patient handling
• Ergonomic development process
• OSHA’s focus in nursing homes
OSHA 7115
$270
Earn 0.6 CEUs
Nov. 5, 2015 (Atlanta)
Mar. 3, 2016 (Atlanta)
Nov. 3, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Risk factors
• P ractical solutions to ergonomic
problems
Lockout Tagout
pe.gatech.edu/osha7115
Learn to detect hazardous conditions and implement control measures as they relate to the control of
hazardous energy. Gain knowledge about the development and implementation of energy control programs,
including written isolation procedures, training for authorized and affected employees, and periodic inspection
of energy control procedures.
What You Will Learn
• E nergy control programs –
development, procedures,
and audits
• M
ethods of controlling
hazardous energy
• T raining for authorized and affected
employees
• Lockout/tagout
NEW COURSE
OSHA 7205
$270
Earn 0.6 CEUs
Mar. 3, 2016 (Savannah)
June 13, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Periodic inspections
Health Hazard Awareness
pe.gatech.edu/osha7205
Exposure to health hazards continues to be common in spite of advances in control measures and techniques.
OSHA’s current strategic plan places a high priority on reducing some specific health hazards such as lead,
silica, and ergonomic issues. Discuss ways to recognize, evaluate, and control health hazards in the workplace
in this interactive training course.
What You Will Learn
• C
hemical, biological
health hazards
NEW COURSE
OSHA 7405
$270
Earn 0.5 CEUs
Mar. 14, 2016 (Atlanta)
Sept. 26, 2016 (Atlanta)
• R ecognition and
evaluation of health
hazards
• M
easures to control
health hazards
• P hysical and ergonomic
hazards
Fall Hazard Awareness for the Construction Industry
pe.gatech.edu/osha7405
Provides small construction employers and employees with information on recognizing potential fall hazards at their
work sites. Identify factors that contribute to common fall hazards. Explain how to analyze work areas for fall hazards.
Discuss hierarchy of controls for fall hazards. Describe OSHA regulations and resources addressing fall protection.
What You Will Learn
• F actors that contribute to common
fall hazards
• F all protection methods for scaffolds,
ladders, and roofs
ierarchy of controls for fall hazards
• H
• P revention and analysis of
fall hazards
• Safety and health training
CONSTRUCTION AND GENERAL INDUSTRY
Earn 0.6 CEUs
OSHA Training Guidelines for Safe Patient Handling
16
OSHA 7500
CONSTRUCTION AND GENERAL INDUSTRY
$270
Earn 0.7 CEUs
Nov. 16, 2015 (Atlanta)
Jan. 25, 2016 (Atlanta)
Apr. 4, 2016 (Atlanta)
May 9, 2016 (Atlanta)
July 11, 2016 (Savannah)
Aug. 29, 2016 (Atlanta)
Oct. 17, 2016 (Atlanta)
OSHA 7505
$270
Earn 0.75 CEUs
Oct. 16, 2015 (Atlanta)
Jan. 15, 2016 (Atlanta)
May 27, 2016 (Atlanta)
July 15, 2016 (Savannah)
Oct. 21, 2016 (Atlanta)
Introduction to Safety and Health Program Management
pe.gatech.edu/osha7500
Effectively implement a company safety and health management system to help reduce the number
and severity of workplace injuries and illnesses. Learn the four core elements of an effective system
and the central issues critical to properly manage each element.
What You Will Learn
• C
ore elements of an effective
safety and health program
• Management leadership
• Safety and health training
• K ey processes in each program
element
• Employee involvement
• Program evaluation
• Work site analysis
Introduction to Incident (Accident) Investigation
pe.gatech.edu/osha7505
Through hands-on training, use the Six-Step Procedure to conduct an effective incident investigation
at your workplace. Learn the primary reasons for conducting an incident investigation, and the
employer’s responsibilities related to workplace-incident investigations.
What You Will Learn
• I ncident analysis using
proven techniques
• K now your responsibilities in a
workplace incident
• Incident investigation basics
OSHA 7845
$270
Earn 0.4 CEUs
Oct. 1, 2015 (Atlanta)
Dec. 4, 2015 (Atlanta)
Feb. 5, 2016 (Atlanta)
Mar. 2, 2016 (Savannah)
June 10, 2016 (Atlanta)
Aug. 12, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Hazard prevention and control
• The Six-Step Procedure
• Investigation recommendations
• A ccident scene preservation
and documentation
• R ecordkeeping and
report writing
• Collect facts through interviews
• Sequence of events
OSHA Recordkeeping Rule Seminar
pe.gatech.edu/osha7845
Simplify the recordkeeping system for your employer using OSHA’s new recordkeeping rule, 29 CFR
1904, designed to improve employee involvement and protect the privacy of an injured or ill worker.
What You Will Learn
• O
SHA’s revised recordkeeping
requirements
• I mprovements to quality of
injury and illness data
• O
SHA Forms 300, 300A,
and 301
• N
ew OSHA requirements for
posting and reporting
• E mployers and employees
coverage
• R ecordkeeping system
improvements
Sept. 30, 2016 (Atlanta)
Dec. 9, 2016 (Atlanta)
Working to keep your team safe.
For more information or to register, visit pe.gatech.edu/safety.
17
Related Occupational Safety & Health Courses
DEF 4504
$1,595
Earn 1.95 CEUs
Aug. 2-4, 2016 (Atlanta)
Human Systems Integration
pe.gatech.edu/est4504
Find out how to use an HSI program to optimize total system performance and minimize total cost
of ownership. Learn to build your system to accommodate the characteristics of your users who will
operate, maintain, and support it.
What You Will Learn
• R ationale for conducting an
HSI program
• H
SI domains and the areas of
common concern
EST 6000
$795
Earn 2.1 CEUs
Oct. 27-29, 2015 (Atlanta)
Mar. 15-17, 2016 (Atlanta)
Oct. 25-27, 2016 (Atlanta)
• H
SI program planning, analyses, • HSI requirements and metrics
and domains
• Tradeoffs between domains
• H
SI analyses: Mission task
analysis
Managing Environmental Compliance
pe.gatech.edu/est6000
Learn what steps you need to take to apply EPA regulations to your facility to avoid costly fines.
Understand the requirements of environmental laws, regulations, and permits. Use case studies and
networking to see how other companies are handling environmental issues. Learn to spot potential
environmental hazards and correct the dangers, to better protect your workplace and the environment
from hazards.
What You Will Learn
• R esource Conservation &
Recovery Act (RCRA)
• A ir emissions, including Title V
and SIP
• S pill Prevention Control and
Countermeasure (SPCC)
• U niversal waste, hazardous
waste, and electronic waste
• H
azardous chemical storage and
materials transportation
• U nderground and aboveground
storage tanks
• E mergency Planning and
Community Right-to-Know Act
• I ndustrial Stormwater Permitting • E nvironmental management
and Pollution Prevention Plan
systems — ISO 14001
(SWP3) and industrial wastewater
Warner Robins Air Force Base
A Success Story Continues...
Last year we reported on the success of hosting on-site courses through Georgia
Tech Professional Education. Our ability to provide an array of courses in safety
and health, and tailor them to current organizational needs, generates a unique
and successful professional training experience.
This year the success continued for Warner Robins Air Force Base. Since 2011, Georgia Tech Professional
Education has partnered with the Base to offer occupation safety and health training courses, including
OSHA Guide to Industrial Hygiene, Machinery Standards, and others.
On December 4, 2014, more than 30 Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex employees received certificates
in Industrial Safety and Health from the Georgia Tech OSHA Training Institute Education Center.
$1,500 each
The training program saved
Robins AFB $500,000 in travel
and other costs
$200 each
Cost per course: Approximately
$200 per employee (Off-base
price: $1,500 per employee)
Robins Air Force Base
employees have earned 48 program
completion certificates since the
inception of the partnership
19
Why Georgia Tech:
Georgia Tech Professional Education partnered with the Georgia
Tech Research Institute (GTRI) to offer training at Robins Air Force
Base. Safety is a priority at the installation, which has more than
20,000 civilian and military personnel. Instructors worked with
senior leadership from the 78th Air Base Wing and from the Warner
Robins Air Logistics Complex (WR-ALC).
Local 987 were essential to Georgia Tech Professional Education’s
ability to provide the training. “We were able to use examples based
on our experience at Robins Air Force Base,” said James B. Howry,
senior research associate at GTRI’s Electronic Systems Laboratory.
“We integrated our subject matter expertise to help address their
specific challenges.”
“We are proud to offer our depth of experience and knowledge of
OSHA regulations in this partnership with Robins Air Force Base. The
employees received certificates from a nationally and internationally
recognized engineering school,” said Daniel J. Ortiz, MPH, CSP,
manager of GTRI’s Occupational Safety and Health Program Office.
Howry estimated the cost of a course at $200 per person. This was
a significant savings from the $1,500 per person to attend a similar
course off-site.
The Benefit:
The training program saved the base $500,000 in travel and other
costs, and resulted in new safety programs implemented across
the facility, according to David Decker with the 78th Air Base Wing
Safety Office at Robins Air Force Base. The 78th Air Base Wing,
OSHA, and the American Federation of Government Employees
The Recipients Say:
“When I’m out in the field, I can help and resolve safety concerns
and potentially keep people from getting hurt,” said Robert Tidwell,
402nd Commodities Maintenance Group aircraft sheet metal
mechanic and an American Federation of Government Employees
Local 987 safety representative. “Our ultimate goal is safety for
our workforce.”
2015-2016 Occupational Safety and Health Course Calendar
Course
OSHA 510: Occupational Safety and Health Standards for
Construction Industry
OSHA 500: Trainer Course in Occupational Safety and Health
Standards for Construction Industry
OSHA 502: Update for Construction Industry Outreach Trainers
Page
Price
Sept.
2015
Oct.
2015
8
$875
21-25
Myrtle
Beach, SC
5-9
Atlanta
9
9
$875
12-16
Atlanta
$640
6-8
Atlanta
21-25
Myrtle
Beach, SC
OSHA 511: Occupational Safety and Health Standards for
General Industry
10
$875
OSHA 501: Trainer Course in Occupational Safety and Health Standards
for General Industry
10
$875
12-16
Atlanta
6-8
Atlanta
OSHA 503: Update for General Industry Outreach Trainers
11
$640
OSHA 521: OSHA Guide to Industrial Hygiene
11
$875
OSHA 2015: Hazardous Materials
11
$875
OSHA 2045: Machinery and Machine Guarding Standards
12
$875
12
$795
OSHA 2225: Respiratory Protection
12
$790
OSHA 2255: Principles of Ergonomics Applied to Work-Related
Musculoskeletal and Nerve Disorders
13
$790
OSHA 2055: Cranes for Construction
NEW
9-13
Asheville, NC
7-11
Mobile, AL
Nov. 30-Dec. 4
Atlanta
Jan.
2016
Feb.
2016
Mar.
2016
Apr.
2016
May
2016
June
2016
July
2016
Aug.
2016
Sept.
2016
Oct.
2016
Nov.
2016
25-29
Savannah,
GA
1-5
Atlanta
14-18
Nashville,
TN
11-15
Atlanta
16-20
Destin, FL
6-10
Atlanta
18-22
Orlando, FL
8-12
Atlanta
19-23
Myrtle
Beach, SC
3-7
Atlanta
14-18
Charlotte, NC
1-5
Atlanta
7-11
Savannah,
GA
25-29
Atlanta
23-27
Mobile, AL
20-24
Atlanta
7-11
Atlanta
12-14
Atlanta
16-20
Asheville, NC
7-11
Mobile, AL
Nov. 30-Dec. 4
Atlanta
25-29
Savannah,
GA
7-11
Atlanta
5-7
Atlanta
14-16
Atlanta
1-5
Atlanta
14-18
Nashville,
TN
11-15
Atlanta
16-20
Destin, FL
6-10
Atlanta
1-5
Atlanta
7-11
Savannah,
GA
25-29
Atlanta
23-27
Mobile, AL
20-24
Atlanta
12-14
Atlanta
5-7
Atlanta
14-16
Atlanta
21-25
Atlanta
22-26
Atlanta
Oct. 31-Nov. 4
Atlanta
12-14
Savannah,
GA
25-29
Orlando, FL
Dec.
2016
5-9
Atlanta
12-16
Mobile, AL
8-12
Atlanta
19-23
Myrtle
Beach, SC
3-7
Atlanta
14-18
Charlotte, NC
Oct. 31-Nov. 4
Atlanta
12-14
Savannah,
GA
5-9
Atlanta
12-16
Mobile, AL
12-16
Atlanta
4-6
Atlanta
25-29
Atlanta
14-18
Atlanta
8-12
Atlanta
21-23
Atlanta
Nov. 28-Dec. 2
Atlanta
20-22
Atlanta
23-26
Atlanta
22-25
Atlanta
2-5
Atlanta
26-29
Atlanta
OSHA 3015: Excavation, Trenching and Soil Mechanics
13
$760
15-18
Savannah,
GA
OSHA 3095: Electrical Standards
14
$875
15-18
Atlanta
OSHA 3115: Fall Protection
14
$790
OSHA 6000: Collateral Duty Course for Other Federal Agencies
14
$440
OSHA 7000: OSHA Training Guidelines for Safe Patient Handling
15
$270
7-10
Atlanta
27-30
Atlanta
Sept. 29-Oct. 2
Atlanta
26-29
Atlanta
13-16
Savannah,
GA
19-22
Atlanta
13-16
Atlanta
15-18
Atlanta
25-28
Atlanta
27-30
Atlanta
17-20
Atlanta
8-11
Atlanta
21
Atlanta
$270
OSHA 7205: Health Hazard Awareness
NEW
15
$270
3
Savannah,
GA
OSHA 7405: Fall Hazard Awareness for the Construction
Industry
NEW
15
$270
14
Atlanta
16
$270
16
Atlanta
OSHA 7505: Introduction to Incident (Accident) Investigation
16
$270
16
Atlanta
OSHA 7845: OSHA Recordkeeping Rule Seminar
16
$270
1
Atlanta
DEF 4504: Human Systems Integration
17
$1,595
1
Atlanta
3
Atlanta
5
Atlanta
25
Atlanta
15
Atlanta
4
Atlanta
3
Atlanta
13
Atlanta
26
Atlanta
4
Atlanta
5
Atlanta
2
Savannah,
GA
9
Atlanta
11
Savannah,
GA
27
Atlanta
15
Savannah,
GA
10
Atlanta
29
Atlanta
2-4
Atlanta
30
Atlanta
EST 6000: Managing Environmental Compliance
Page
Price
17
$795
July
2015
Aug.
2015
Sept.
2015
9
Atlanta
Oct.
2015
Nov.
2015
Dec.
2015
Jan.
2016
Feb.
2016
27-29
Atlanta
n Atlanta
n Savannah, GA
Mar.
2016
n Orlando, FL
n Charlotte, NC
Apr.
2016
May
2016
n Smyrna, GA
n Mobile, AL
June
2016
July
2016
n Asheville, NC
n Online
Aug.
2016
n Myrtle Beach, SC
n Nashville, TN
Sept.
2016
15-17
Atlanta
July 1-Dec. 20
Online
Oct.
2016
20
$270
EST 7001: Advanced Safety Management
20
$825
EST 7003: Instructional Techniques for Occupational Safety,
Health and Environmental Professionals
20
$940
EST 7005: NFPA 70E: Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace
21
$270
EST 7006: Certified Hazardous Materials Management
(CHMM) Review
21
$750
EST 7007: Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST)
Certification Exam Study Session
21
$400
21-22
Atlanta
EST 7008: Introduction to Noise Evaluation and Control
22
$270
14
Atlanta
EST 7009: Air Sampling Fundamentals for the Workplace
22
$270
15
Atlanta
EST 7010: Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous
& Explosive Chemicals
22
$1,395
EST 7011: Crane Standards, Rigging and Signaling
23
$695
EST 7012: Topics in Occupational Health Management
23
$690
EST 7013: Power Transmission and Distribution
23
$270
EST 7015: Lean and Safe: Safety-Integrated Process Improvement
23
$1,095
15-17
Savannah
EST 7016: OSHA Voluntary Protection Programs (VPP): Protect
Employees Beyond OSHA Standards and Attain VPP
24
$715
1-4
Atlanta
EST 7019: Globally Harmonized Hazard Communication Standard (GHS)
24
$270
EST 7020: Electrical Transmission and Distribution,
10-Hour Construction Safety and Health
24
$600
EST 7122: Introduction to Safety and Health
Management (Online)
24
$270
July 1-Dec. 20
Online
Jan. 1-June 30
Online
July 1-Dec. 20
Online
EST 7123: Introduction to Incident (Accident) Investigation (Online)
25
$270
July 1-Dec. 20
Online
Jan. 1-June 30
Online
July 1-Dec. 20
Online
EST 7124: Human Performance: Understanding Human Error
25
$795
1-3
Atlanta
EST 7125: Legal Aspects of Construction, Engineering and Safety
25
$325
28
Atlanta
EST 7126: Process Safety Management - Process Hazard Analysis
26
$1,285
26
$495
HAZ 1000: 24-Hour Hazmat Technician
28
$675
HAZ 1002: HAZWOPER Annual Refresher
28
$270
HAZ 1004: HAZWOPER Site Operations
29
$1,035
HAZ 1006: Advanced Hazmat School
29
$1,035
NEW
NEW
Nov.
2016
Dec.
2016
July 1-Dec. 20
Online
Jan. 1-June 30
Online
26
Atlanta
n Destin, FL
25-27
Atlanta
EST 7000: Scaffolding Safety
EST 7127: Modern Theories in Accident Causation
17
Atlanta
21
Atlanta
12
Atlanta
Course
12-16
Atlanta
4-6
Atlanta
22-26
Atlanta
2-6
Atlanta
$810
OSHA 7500: Introduction to Safety and Health Program
Management
Course prerequisites are subject to change. Visit osha.gov for the latest information.
15-19
Atlanta
13
15
Dec.
2015
9-13
Atlanta
OSHA 2264: Permit-Required Confined Space Entry
OSHA 7115: Lockout Tagout
5-9
Atlanta
Nov.
2015
Legend
25
Atlanta
26-29
Atlanta
24
Atlanta
10-13
Atlanta
19-23
Atlanta
13-17
Atlanta
14
Atlanta
10-14
Atlanta
18
Atlanta
12
Atlanta
2-5
Atlanta
7-10
Atlanta
20-21
Atlanta
12-13
Atlanta
23
Atlanta
19
Atlanta
22
Atlanta
20
Atlanta
15-19
Atlanta
15-17
Atlanta
Sept. 29-Oct. 1
Atlanta
27-29
Atlanta
30
Atlanta
13-15
Savannah,
GA
24-26
Atlanta
2
Atlanta
Mar. 31-Apr. 1
Atlanta
1-3
Atlanta
Aug. 30-Sept. 1
Atlanta
26
Atlanta
2-6
Atlanta
28-29
Atlanta
8-10
Smyrna, GA
3
Smyrna, GA
3
Smyrna, GA
12-16
Smyrna, GA
7-9
Smyrna, GA
22
Smyrna, GA
6-8
Smyrna, GA
2
Smyrna, GA
1
Smyrna, GA
11-15
Smyrna, GA
1
Smyrna
10-14
Smyrna, GA
18-22
Smyrna, GA
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EST 7000
RELATED COURSES
$270
Earn 0.55 CEUs
July 1-Dec. 20, 2015 (Online)
Oct. 26, 2015 (Atlanta)
Jan. 1-June 30, 2016 (Online)
Apr. 25, 2016 (Atlanta)
July 1-Dec. 20, 2016 (Online)
Oct. 24, 2016 (Atlanta)
Scaffolding Safety
pe.gatech.edu/est7000
Identify basic scaffold hazards as required by OSHA’s revised scaffold standard–Subpart L.
Note: This course is not intended to be training for erectors/dismantlers, nor will it “certify”
competent persons or qualified persons.
What You Will Learn
• P ersonal fall arrest systems
and fall hazards
• O
SHA requirements for
scaffold safety
• R equirements for supported and
suspended scaffolds
• Scaffold access
• Scaffold collapse hazards
• Falling objects hazards
auses of scaffold-related
• C
accidents
• A dditional requirements for
specific types of scaffolds
• Electrocution hazards
EST 7001
$825
Earn 2.1 CEUs
Jan. 26-29, 2016 (Atlanta)
May 10-13, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Scaffold training requirements
Advanced Safety Management
pe.gatech.edu/est7001
Get the tools and knowledge needed for effective management of the safety process. Explore real-life
safety management issues and solutions to the most common obstacles encountered. Principle of
Practice will be provided in class, and the cost is included with your course fee.
What You Will Learn
EST 7003
$940
Earn 2.7 CEUs
Oct. 19-23, 2015 (Atlanta)
June 13-17, 2016 (Atlanta)
Oct. 10-14, 2016 (Atlanta)
• E ffective safety planning and
crisis management
orkers’ compensation and
• W
general liability claims
• OSHA and regulatory issues
• Zero-incident culture
• Behavioral safety principles
• S afety leadership and
management principles
• R ecognition and reward programs
• Accident investigation
• Training and orientation
• Insurance programs and issues
Instructional Techniques for Occupational Safety, Health and
Environmental Professionals
pe.gatech.edu/est7003
Design, develop, deliver, evaluate, and manage workplace safety and health training programs. Prepare and
give a 15-minute presentation on a relevant workplace health and safety topic. The presentation will include
skills and techniques learned in the course; however, you will be encouraged to also bring materials that you
are currently working on to use as a reference. Effective Training will be provided in class and the cost is
included with your course fee.
CET Exam Information
The Certified Environmental, Safety and Health Trainer (CET) exam is administered by the Board of Certified
Safety Professionals. For more information, please call 217-359-9263 or email [email protected] Registration and
exam fees for the CET exam are not included in the course fee.
What You Will Learn
• Training lesson plan
• N
eeds analysis; perform a
task analysis
• G
oal statements identifying
target audience
• I nstructional strategies, methods/
media, learning objectives
• O
bservable and measurable
objectives
• P reparation for the optional
CET exam
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EST 7005
$270
Sept. 14, 2015 (Atlanta)
Apr. 18, 2016 (Atlanta)
Sept. 12, 2016 (Atlanta)
EST 7006
$750
Earn 2.45 CEUs
Nov. 2-5, 2015 (Atlanta)
Nov. 7-10, 2016 (Atlanta)
pe.gatech.edu/est7005
Understand the requirements outlined by the NFPA 70E. Use this knowledge to educate your
employees on NFPA 70E safety standards.
What You Will Learn
• T he relationship between NFPA
70E and OSHA
• U se of PPE, including flameretardant clothing
• M
odel safety program and
design systems
• P rotection from arc flashes
and blasts
• R equirements for electrical
safety-related work practices
• Working on or near live parts
• U se of properly related
insulated tools
• E stablishing an electrically safe
work environment
• E nergized electrical
work permits
• Flash hazard analysis
Certified Hazardous Materials Management (CHMM) Review
pe.gatech.edu/est7006
The CHMM review course provides the environmental professional with the knowledge to comply with
health, safety, and environmental guidelines. Environmental programs are vital to our public health and
safety. Within that field, the management of hazardous materials requires proven and unquestionable
skills and competence. Course completion will prepare participants to sit for the CHMM exam.
What You Will Learn
• E PA Resource Conservation &
Recovery Act
• E PCRA, CERCLA, SARA, and TSCA • A ssessment and decision making
• H
azardous materials
transportation
• L aw and legal issues;
OSHA standards
EST 7007
$400
Earn 1.3 CEUs
Oct. 21-22, 2015 (Atlanta)
Jan. 20-21, 2016 (Atlanta)
Oct. 12-13, 2016 (Atlanta)
• B ioterrorism and weapons of
mass destruction
• E nvironmental program
management
• T oxicology and epidemiology,
hydrology and geology
• Engineering technology
• Respiratory protection
Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST) Certification
Exam Study Session
pe.gatech.edu/est7007 | 29 CFR 1926 $39 (Required)
This two-day course is designed to provide qualified Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST)
certification candidates with skills, knowledge, and techniques necessary for preparing for the CHST
certification exam. Participants will review the CHST exam requirements as well as the skills and knowledge
addressed in the domains covered in the examination.
What You Will Learn
• What is a CHST certification?
• Professional responsibility
• Sample questions review
• Program management
• C
HST exam requirements and
prerequisite skills
• C
omplete CHST self-assessments
• P reparation for certification exams
• Course evaluation
Working to keep your team safe.
For more information or to register, visit pe.gatech.edu/safety.
RELATED COURSES
Earn 0.7 CEUs
NFPA 70E: Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace
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EST 7008
RELATED COURSES
$270
Earn 0.7 CEUs
Oct. 14, 2015 (Atlanta)
May 23, 2016 (Atlanta)
Oct. 19, 2016 (Atlanta)
Introduction to Noise Evaluation and Control
pe.gatech.edu/est7008
Gain practical, hands-on instruction in the evaluation and control of occupational noise. Learn about the
appropriate management strategies needed to conserve hearing in the workplace. This course is targeted
toward safety and human resource managers and allied personnel, who are responsible for the development
and management of hearing conservation programs in both general industry and construction.
What You Will Learn
• O
SHA’s general industry and
noise standards
• L aboratory exercises in
noise sampling
earing conservation training
• H
materials
• P rinciples of noise generation
and propagation
• S oftware for noise analysis
• L aboratory exercises in evaluation
of noise control
• I nstrumentation principles for
noise sampling
EST 7009
$270
Earn 0.7 CEUs
Oct. 15, 2015 (Atlanta)
Feb. 22, 2016 (Atlanta)
Oct. 20, 2016 (Atlanta)
• S ound level meter and
noise dosimeter
• Hearing protector evaluation
• M
ethods of noise control
Air Sampling Fundamentals for the Workplace
pe.gatech.edu/est7009
Learn about the available strategies for workplace air monitoring. Training will allow participants to gain the
knowledge to conduct an air monitoring survey of their workplace for compliance with OSHA, state, or insurance
requirements; response to a complaint; evaluation of controls; and selection of appropriate personal protective
equipment or respiratory protection.
Additional Information
The topics in EST 7009: Air Sampling Fundamentals and OSHA 2225: Respiratory Protection go hand in hand,
and now you can take both Georgia Tech Professional Education courses in one week (see Course Calendar).
What You Will Learn
• Purposes of air sampling
• A ir sampling methodologies
and equipment
EST 7010
$1,395
Earn 3.15 CEUs
Feb. 15-19, 2016 (Atlanta)
• C
ommon types of workplace
air contaminants
• C
alculate time-weighted
averages (TWA)
• Calibration and sampling techniques
• Interpret laboratory results
Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous &
Explosive Chemicals
pe.gatech.edu/est7010
Learn about Process Safety Management (PSM) programs, who is covered by such a program, the team process,
the elements of a properly designed program, how to begin the process, and the basics of how PSM and the
EPA’s Risk Management Plans (RMP) work together.
What You Will Learn
• Application and exclusions
• Hazards of the process and toxicity
• T echnology and equipment in
the process
echanical integrity, inspection/
• M
testing, and quality
• C
ontractor management and
management of change
• Process hazard analysis
• I ncident investigation and
compliance audits
• O
perating procedures and
emergency preparedness
Working to keep your team safe.
For more information or to register, visit pe.gatech.edu/safety.
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EST 7011
$695
Sept. 15-17, 2015 (Atlanta)
pe.gatech.edu/est7011
Get an in-depth overview of the new construction crane standards, including qualified rigger and qualified
signal person requirements. Note: EST 7011 will transition to OSHA 2055 for the 2016 academic year.
See page 12 for 2016 dates.
What You Will Learn
EST 7012
$690
Earn 1.75 CEUs
Sept. 29-Oct. 1, 2015 (Atlanta)
Sept. 27-29, 2016 (Atlanta)
• C
rane anatomy, types, hazards,
and accidents
• O
SHA standard and compliance
directive
• Critical lift requirements
• Crane inspection requirements
• Equipment operations part I
• T ower crane requirements
and jacking
perator/signal person/rigger
• O
qualifications
• Power line safety
• A ssembly/disassembly requirements
• Signaling and rigging
Topics in Occupational Health Management
pe.gatech.edu/est7012
Participants will hear from industry experts on complex issues such as implementing effective employee health
management programs, worksite wellness programs, communicable disease control in the workplace, and risk
management (with a focus on workers’ compensation and labor relations). Promotion strategies outlining the
business case for workplace Environmental, Health & Safety (EHS) programs will be emphasized.
What You Will Learn
• Occupational health risks
• E mployee health/wellness programs
• C
ommon occupational health risks
EST 7013
$270
Earn 0.7 CEUs
Mar. 30, 2016 (Atlanta)
• O
ccupational health risk
management
Power Transmission and Distribution
pe.gatech.edu/est7013
Get a one-day overview of the standards for power distribution and transmission. Discuss the safety hazards
involved with the operation and maintenance of electric power generation, transmission equipment, distribution
lines, and equipment.
What You Will Learn
EST 7015
$1,095
Earn 1.8 CEUs
Sept. 15-17, 2015 (Savannah)
May 24-26, 2016 (Atlanta)
Sept. 13-15, 2016 (Savannah)
• P ower transmission and
distribution hazards
• Hazardous energy control
• Mechanical equipment
• Training requirements
• Live line work
• Tree trimming
• De-energizing lines
• Substations
Lean and Safe: Safety-Integrated Process Improvement
pe.gatech.edu/est7015
Explore an integrated approach for improving both production processes and safety outcomes. Participants
with either process improvement or safety and health backgrounds will benefit from this integrated,
simulation-based learning experience. See how integrating process and safety concurrently promotes
greater benefits to the organization.
What You Will Learn
• S afety-integrated process
improvement
• A nalysis of safety-integrated process
improvement
• Assessment of waste and hazards
• L eading in a “lean and safe”
organization
• S ustainable safety-integrated
process improvements
• S tream Mapping (VSM) for processes
and safety outcomes
RELATED COURSES
Earn 1.8 CEUs
Crane Standards, Rigging and Signaling
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EST 7016
RELATED COURSES
$715
Earn 2.4 CEUs
Sept. 1-4, 2015 (Atlanta)
OSHA Voluntary Protection Programs (VPP): Protect Employees
Beyond OSHA Standards and Attain VPP
pe.gatech.edu/est7016
Understand the four main elements and sub-elements required for VPP approval. Identify the similarities
and differences in OSHA’s VPP and other safety and health management systems. Review the OSHA
VPP Federal Register Notice and the VPP Policies and Procedures Manual (CSP-03-01-003) and learn
how to implement these principles through a real-life case study.
What You Will Learn
• V PP elements and subelements
EST 7019
$270
Earn 0.6 CEUs
Oct. 2, 2015 (Atlanta)
• Review of FRN and CSP • A ssessment
techniques/preventive
• VPP jeopardy
vs. reactive
Globally Harmonized Hazard Communication Standard (GHS)
pe.gatech.edu/est7019
Address the background of the Globally Harmonized System of Classification & Labeling of Chemicals (GHS), as
well as what has changed under OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard (Hazcom 2012, 29 CFR 1910.1200)
and related standards. Improve your ability to implement and manage your Hazcom program.
What You Will Learn
• Overview of GHS
NEW COURSE
EST 7020
$600
Earn 1.4 CEUs
Mar. 31-Apr. 1, 2016 (Atlanta)
• H
azcom definitions and
identification
• Labels
• Safety data sheets
Electrical Transmission and Distribution, 10-Hour Construction
Safety and Health
pe.gatech.edu/est7020
This two-day course examines topics related to ET&D work and is geared toward training workers, managers,
and supervisors in the construction hazards of ET&D and preventing potential injuries and illnesses related to
work activities. Obtain an ET&D 10-Hour Card.
What You Will Learn
ONLINE
EST 7122
$270
• E lectrical Safety
• Electrical PPE
• Grounding
• L ifting/rigging
requirements
• C
onfined/enclosed
spaces
• E xcavation/trenching
hazards
• Job briefings
• Fall protection
Introduction to Safety and Health Management (Online)
pe.gatech.edu/est7122
July 1-Dec. 20, 2015 (Online)
Effectively implement a company safety and health management system to help reduce the number and severity
of workplace injuries and illnesses. Learn the four core elements of an effective system and the central issues
critical to properly manage each element.
Jan. 1-June 30, 2016 (Online)
What You Will Learn
July 1-Dec. 20, 2016 (Online)
• M
anagement leadership
• W
ork site analysis and
and employee involvement
program evaluation
Earn 0.7 CEUs
Working to keep your team safe.
For more information or to register, visit pe.gatech.edu.
• H
azard prevention and
control
• S afety and health
management and training
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ONLINE
EST 7123
Earn 0.75 CEUs
July 1-Dec. 20, 2015 (Online)
Jan. 1-June 30, 2016 (Online)
July 1-Dec. 20, 2016 (Online)
EST 7124
$795
Earn 2.1 CEUs
Sept. 1-3, 2015 (Atlanta)
Mar. 1-3, 2016 (Atlanta)
Aug. 30-Sept. 1, 2016 (Atlanta)
pe.gatech.edu/est7123
Through hands-on training, use the six-step procedure to conduct an effective incident investigation
at your workplace. Know the primary reasons for conducting an accident investigation, and the
employer’s responsibilities related to workplace-incident investigations.
What You Will Learn
• Incident investigation basics
• Collect facts through interviews
• Report writing
• The six-step procedure
• Develop sequence of events
• Recordkeeping
• P reserve and document
incident scenes
• Determine incident causes
• Putting it all together
• Develop recommendations
Human Performance: Understanding Human Error
pe.gatech.edu/est7124
Understanding human performance is critical for effective safety management and incident investigation.
Human error is often identified as the cause of many accidents. However, it is the beginning point rather than
the end point in truly understanding both accident causation and safety performance.
What You Will Learn
• C
ourse opening, introductions,
pre-test
• HP overview and principles
• L atent conditions vs. active triggers
EST 7125
$325
Earn 0.6 CEUs
Sept. 28, 2015 (Atlanta)
Sept. 26, 2016 (Atlanta)
• HP and organizational culture
• Learning organization
ase studies and performance
• C
coaching workshop
• OSHA and EPA compliance
• H
P investigative questioning
techniques and workshop
Legal Aspects of Construction, Engineering and Safety
pe.gatech.edu/est7125
Many times, private sector and governmental personnel from all types of industries are not fully aware of
the legal aspects that affect construction, engineering, and safety for projects that are performed in general,
commercial, and industrial construction. Lean how to perform Process Hazard Analysis, the methods that can be
used, the team method, and more.
What You Will Learn
• H
ow engineering design
affects safety
• B asics of reviewing construction
contracts
• B asics of insurance/risk financing
methods
• The professional engineer’s role
• How to use AIA contract forms
• L icensing, education, and
qualifications for projects
SHA and EPA compliance and
• O
employment law
• T he construction process, including
schedule, retainage, liquidated
damages, and safety
Georgia Safety, Health and Environmental Conference
September 21-23, 2016 (Preconference workshops start Sept. 20), Macon Marriott City Center.
Visit Georgia Tech’s Occupational Safety & Health booth to learn about our new safety courses, and
discover how Georgia Tech’s OSHA Consultation program can help you. Go to georgiaconference.org
for up-to-date information.
RELATED COURSES
$270
Introduction to Incident (Accident) Investigation (Online)
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EST 7126
$1,285
Earn 2.75 CEUs
May 2-6, 2016 (Atlanta)
Process Safety Management–Process Hazard Analysis
pe.gatech.edu/est7126
Learn how to perform Process Hazard Analysis (PHA), the methods that can be used, the team method,
planning and facilitation of a PHA, re-validation of Process Hazard Analyses, and more detailed analysis,
such as safety integrity level (SIL) reviews and layer of protection analysis (LOPA). This course is a teambased course where attendees learn from a real-life case study.
What You Will Learn
• P rocess hazard analysis methods
• Leading and coaching of a PHA
• L OPA
• C
ritical requirements for an
effective PHA
• M
anagement of change and PHAs
• P HA for process changes,
procedures, and reporting
• Understand process hazards
• Best PHA methods
NEW COURSE
EST 7127
$495
Earn 1.4 CEUs
June 28-29, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Revalidation of PHA
• Basics in SIL reviews
Modern Theories in Accident Causation
pe.gatech.edu/est7127
In this course we will examine and apply, with the use of the case study method, some of the more modern
tools used to analyze workplace incidents. Tools such as Human Performance, Systems theory, Combination
theory, and Epidemiological theory will be discussed and applied.
What You Will Learn
• Human error and types
• M
ultiple accident
causation theories
Working to keep your team safe.
For more information or to register, visit pe.gatech.edu/safety.
• C
ountermeasures to
prevent recurrence
• T he role of accident
causation within a safety
management system
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Free Expertise to Keep Your Team Safe
Georgia Tech Professional Education’s lineup of occupational safety
and health courses continues to grow, but our assistance doesn’t
stop there. Our award-winning, confidential safety and health
consultation provides expert insight and practical solutions to help
Georgia businesses prevent workplace injuries and better protect
your team. Experts with Georgia Tech Research Institute, who are
Georgia Tech Professional Education instructors, offer this no-cost
service through our Occupational Safety and Health Consultation
Program. Georgia businesses with fewer than 250 employees and
not more than 500 employees are eligible to participate.
How It Works
Our on-site consulting helps your business meet OSHA’s
requirements, but is separate from enforcement and does not result
in penalties or citations. Employers can receive limited assistance
(addressing specific processes or areas of concern) or full-service
assistance (analyzing an entire facility).
We accomplish this by offering
these key services:
• Walk-through surveys
• Work practices surveys
• Noise measurements
• Ergonomics assessment
• Air sampling and analysis
• Evaluations of technical programs
• Safety and health management system development
For more information, contact us at:
Occupational Safety and Health Consultation Program
Georgia Tech Research Institute
260 14th St. NW
Atlanta, GA 30332-0837
404-407-7431
oshainfo.gatech.edu
Georgia Tech consultants arm businesses with the information and
strategies to decrease injuries, maximize productivity, and protect
employees’ safety and health.
Our Impact
Our staff conducts more
than 450 visits and training
activities annually
Assisted more than 130
different industries
Get SHARP
Identified over 2,500 serious
workplace hazards that could
lead to worker fatalities,
injuries, or illnesses
Educated nearly 3,000
participants through our free
seminars and interventions
Provided hazard control
recommendations that saved
participating companies
more than $5 million in
potential penalties
Georgia Tech’s safety and health consultants can help your
businesses qualify for SHARP (Safety and Health Achievement
Recognition Program), which can exempt your business from
general OSHA inspections for one to two years.
To qualify, businesses must have corrected all safety and health
hazards identified by Georgia Tech consultants and develop and
implement an effective safety and health program. Businesses
with fewer than 500 employees nationwide also must have
reduced the rate of injuries and lost workday incidents to below
your industry’s national average.
Visit oshainfo.gatech.edu for
SHARP requirements and more
details about how Georgia Tech
Professional Education can assist
your company.
RELATED COURSES
Occupational Safety and Health
Consultation Program
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Hazardous Materials
HAZ 1000
$675
Earn 2.68 CEUs
Dec. 8-10, 2015 (Smyrna)
June 7-9, 2016 (Smyrna)
Dec. 6-8, 2016 (Smyrna)
24-Hour Hazmat Technician
pe.gatech.edu/haz1000
Learn the basic knowledge and techniques required for personnel responding proactively to hazardous material
spills in an industrial setting, and by OSHA for demonstrated competency at the Hazmat Technician Level
under 29 CFR 1910.120 (q) (6)(iii). This three-day, 24-hour class emphasizes how to recognize and properly
respond to threats that first responders, industrial emergency-response teams, and environmental health and
safety professionals may encounter from releases of hazardous materials, chemical spills, fires, explosions, and
manmade and natural disasters in various settings. Gain hands-on practical training in the various concepts
while enhancing your skills through a simulated spill conducted under realistic conditions.
What You Will Learn
• H
azardous materials chemistry
and toxicology
• Respiratory protection
HAZ 1002
$270
Earn 0.7 CEUs
Sept. 3, 2015 (Smyrna)
Dec. 3, 2015 (Smyrna)
Mar. 22, 2016 (Smyrna)
June 2, 2016 (Smyrna)
Sept. 1, 2016 (Smyrna)
Dec. 1, 2016 (Smyrna)
• Chemical protective clothing
• Decontamination
• A ir sampling and monitoring
instrumentation
• Practical field exercises
• Full dress-out spill drill
HAZWOPER Annual Refresher
pe.gatech.edu/haz1002
This one-day course meets OSHA’s HAZWOPER regulatory annual refresher training requirements under 29 CFR
1910.120(e) and (q). The focus of this refresher course changes yearly to reflect trends and practices, regulatory
updates, and timely topics. Previous year course topics included: site safety and health programs, hazardous
communications, toxicology and medial surveillance, hazardous materials chemistry, and respiratory protection.
There are no medical or PPE requirements for this course. Contact Kevin Kamperman, Director of Hazardous
Materials Training, at [email protected] for information on the current year’s topics.
What You Will Learn
• H
AZWOPER requirements for annual
refresher training
• I nsights on new trends, technologies,
and procedures in HAZWOPERrelated fields
Working to keep your team safe.
For more information or to register, visit pe.gatech.edu/safety.
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HAZ 1004
$1,035
Oct. 12-16, 2015 (Smyrna)
Apr. 11-15, 2016 (Smyrna)
Oct. 10-14, 2016 (Smyrna)
pe.gatech.edu/haz1004
The OSHA HAZWOPER standard, 29 CFR 1910.120, requires all employees, supervisors, and management working
on hazardous waste sites or hazardous material spills who may be exposed to hazardous materials, health hazards,
or safety hazards to receive training before engaging in hazardous waste operations or spill response.
Suit up in protective equipment, including Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) and totally
encapsulated chemical protective suits, and practice a variety of skills necessary on hazardous waste sites
and hazmat emergency responses. End the week with two full dress-out drills and corresponding debriefings.
What You Will Learn
• R egulatory overview of 29 CFR
1910.120 and the corresponding
training requirements
• Hazardous materials chemistry
HAZ 1006
$1,035
Earn 3.3 CEUs
July 18-22, 2016 (Smyrna)
• Respiratory protection
• Decontamination
• Chemical protective clothing
• I ncident Command System/National
Incident Management System (NIMS)
• Toxicology and medical surveillance
HAZMAT COURSES
Earn 3.93 CEUs
HAZWOPER Site Operations
• P ractical skills exercises and
response drills
Advanced Hazmat School
pe.gatech.edu/haz1006
The Advanced Hazmat School incorporates two of our most popular specialist-level courses: Atmospheric
Hazards and Air Sampling, and Decontamination Specialist. The week is a mixture of classroom instruction and
field practical exercises with instrumentation and decontamination equipment. Upon completion of the week,
you will receive a certificate for the Advanced Hazmat School reflecting the two specialist-course competencies.
Shower facilities are available at the course site. Participants will need to provide their own towels and toiletries.
Prerequisite
Proof of Hazmat Technician training is required prior to or at course check-in.
What You Will Learn
• M
ethods of decontamination and
measuring effectiveness
• T echnical decontamination
field exercise
• Atmospheric hazards
• Technical decontamination
• P atient decontamination
field exercise
• Air sampling exercises
• P atient, pre-hospital, and
hospital care
• Advanced instrumentation
Clothing and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Requirements for HAZ 1000, 1004, and 1006 courses
Students should wear seasonally appropriate clothing when participating in hands-on field exercises related to hazmat emergency
response or cleanup operations. Shorts and T-shirts are recommended for warm weather, while jeans and sweatshirts are more
appropriate for colder weather. Both should be brought during the winter because Georgia weather is unpredictable.
Note: Students are required to provide their own personal protective equipment (hard hat, steel-toed safety shoes or boots,
and safety glasses). Gloves and breathing apparatus will be furnished. Firefighters and others with SCBAs may
bring them, though it is not necessary. If you bring your SCBA, we can arrange for cylinder refills (2216 and 4500 psi).
All students must have a complete physical examination, emphasizing respiratory and cardiac fitness, before attending
this course. SCBA and encapsulated suits are used extensively, which may place an excessive strain on the heart and
lungs. Appropriate medical forms will be provided with your registration confirmation letter.
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COMMUNITY OUTREACH
Community Outreach
Who We Are
Since 2010, The Center for Young Worker Safety and Health at GTRI has provided safety and health training to over 5,000 young
workers, educational instructors, employers, and parents of young workers. The Center is a nonprofit organization dedicated to
providing educational training and resources that promote healthy work practices and prevent occupational injuries and illnesses.
Our Values
Contact Information
We believe that providing safety and health training for
young workers will improve the quality of young workers’
lives, the businesses for which they work, and the future
of our nation’s workforce.
For partnership opportunities, contact:
Our Services
• A dynamic six-hour Primer of Young Worker Safety
and Health educational course.
• Training
programs for young workers entering into the
specific industries of culinary, construction, cosmetology,
and allied healthcare services.
• Contract
courses for employers looking to specifically target
and train their young workers entering into employment.
Jenny Houlroyd, MSPH, CIH
Industrial Hygienist/Youth Center Director
Georgia Tech Research Institute
260 14th St.
Atlanta, GA 30332-0837
[email protected]
404-407-8089
www.youngworker.gatech.edu
Did You Know?
• Training
and educational material development.
• Outreach
and consultative services to provide strategies
for engaging young workers.
Our Strengths
Our core strength is based upon our commitment to providing
excellence in education by offering engaging, interactive, and
empowering training programs for young workers. The Center is
offered by Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI), a unit of
Georgia Tech, which is one of the top public universities in the
nation. The instruction is delivered by highly trained GTRI faculty
and industry representatives who are trained not only in the field
of safety and health, but also in the education of young workers.
The Center is dedicated to collaborating with representatives from
industry, the Georgia Department of Education, and the Georgia
Youth Alliance to ensure that educational programs meet the
specific needs of young workers.
13%
Young workers (ages 15-24)
represent 13% of the U.S. labor
force, but are overrepresented
in dangerous jobs such as
construction, agriculture,
mining, and transportation
In 2011 there were 366
fatalities among young
workers ages 16-24
Young workers are twice as
likely as workers older than 24
to end up in the emergency
room as a result of workrelated injuries
Among workers 16 to 24 years
old, training was associated
with a 42% reduction in
workers’ compensation claims
Working to keep your team safe.
For more information or to register, visit pe.gatech.edu/safety.
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Unique Training Opportunities
FREE Seminars in Atlanta and Savannah, GA
Feb. 29, 2016, Savannah
Increase your knowledge and skills in proper machine safeguarding techniques. Learn
about the benefits of guarding various types of machinery. Properly safeguarding machinery
can reduce or eliminate the potential for accidents and injuries. Earn 0.4 CEUs.
OSHA 7105 Introduction to Emergency Planning Seminar
Mar. 1, 2016, Savannah
Learn to protect workers from emergencies in the workplace. This seminar briefly covers
issues such as chemical spills, severe weather, fire, workplace violence, and homeland
defense. Learn about the plans required by OSHA to deal with these issues. The class will
be dedicated to Emergency Action Plans, general site safety, and Emergency Response
Plans (ERP). Earn 0.5 CEUs.
OSHA 7510 Introduction to OSHA for Small Businesses
How to
Register
We only accept online
registration. Please visit
www.oshainfo.gatech.edu.
Click on the 2015 Safety
and Health Free Seminars
Registration Banner
under the “What’s New”
section on the home page.
Mar. 2, 2016, Savannah
This course provides an introduction to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for owners and managers of small
businesses. Participants will gain an understanding of OSHA operations and procedures and learn how they can work with OSHA to
prevent or reduce injuries and illnesses in their workplaces. Earn 0.4 CEUs.
EST 8000 Construction Safety and Health Seminar | 2016 Date TBD
Reduce the number of accidents and comply with OSHA standards. Learn to prevent illnesses and injuries due to falls, electrocutions,
trenching accidents, silica, and lead exposure. Earn 0.5 CEUs.
EST 8001 General Industry Safety and Health Seminar | 2016 Date TBD
Learn ways to implement OSHA’s safety and health regulations in the workplace. Be introduced to OSHA’s general industry standards
and receive an overview of the requirements for some of the key safety issues facing general industry, including the prevention of
amputations and exposures to lead and silica. Earn 0.55 CEUs.
EST 8002 Special Topics in Occupational Health/Industrial Hygiene Seminar | 2016 Date TBD
Learn to protect workers who have potential exposure to occupational health hazards in the workplace. Updates will be provided on
important OSHA and industrial hygiene-related topics. Earn 0.55 CEUs.
EST 8003 Ergonomics and the Control of Musculoskeletal Disorders | 2016 Date TBD
Determine if ergonomic hazards exist in your company’s facilities and learn how to address those hazards. Identify risk factors for upper
extremity and back-related issues, which are prominent in the workplace. Get up-to-date information about OSHA’s ergonomics agenda.
Earn 0.35 CEUs.
Directions to Savannah: Directions can be found on page 33.
Directions to GTRI Conference Center: The GTRI Headquarters/GTRI Conference Center Building is next door
to Georgia Public Broadcasting. Parking is available in the parking deck that is located between the GTRI Headquarters Building and the
Georgia Public Broadcasting building.
From Hartsfield International Airport
and Points South of Atlanta
• Take
I-75/I-85 North through downtown
Atlanta to 14th Street/10th Street exit.
• Go straight, passing through one
intersection, which is 10th Street.
• Turn LEFT at 14th Street to cross over
the interstate.
From Points North/Northeast of Atlanta
(driving south on GA-400 or I-85)
• Take I-85 South to exit #84, marked
10th/14th/17th Streets.
• Take the 10th Street exit branch,
veering to the LEFT.
• Take the 14th St. exit, turning to the RIGHT.
From Points Northwest of Atlanta
• Take
I-75 South to exit #250, marked
Techwood/14th/10th Streets (and
becomes) 16th/14th/10th Streets
(still exit #250).
• Veer right onto 14th/10th St. branch.
• Turn RIGHT onto 14th Street.
The GTRI Headquarters/GTRI Conference Center Building is on the left (between the Georgia Public Broadcasting building and the Silver Skillet).
UNIQUE TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES
OSHA 7100 Introduction to Machinery and Machine Safeguarding
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COURSE LOCATIONS
Course Locations
Georgia
Florida
North Carolina
1. Atlanta
5. Orlando
8. Asheville
Georgia Tech Global Learning Center
Technology Square
84 Fifth St. N.W.
Atlanta, GA 30308-1031
Courses offered: All OSHA and EST Courses
GTRI Field Office
11315 Corporate Blvd.
Suite 110
Orlando, FL 32817
Courses offered: OSHA 510, OSHA 511
Comfort Suites Asheville
890 Brevard Road
Asheville, NC 28806
Courses offered: OSHA 510, OSHA 511
2. Savannah
6. Destin (TBD)
Georgia Tech Savannah
210 Technology Circle
Savannah, GA 31407
Courses offered: OSHA 500,
OSHA 501, OSHA 502, OSHA 503,
OSHA 510, OSHA 511, OSHA 7205,
OSHA 7500, OSHA 7505, OSHA 7845,
EST 3015, EST 7015
9. Charlotte
Courtyard Marriott
800 W. Arrowood Road
Charlotte, NC 28217
Courses offered: OSHA 510, OSHA 511
Tennessee
7. Nashville (TBD)
South Carolina
10. Myrtle Beach
Courtyard Myrtle Beach Broadway
1351 21st Ave. N.
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
Courses offered: OSHA 510, OSHA 511
3. Smyrna
Georgia Tech Cobb Facility
7220 Richardson Road
Smyrna, GA 30080
Courses offered: All HAZ courses
KY
Alabama
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4. Mobile
Hampton Inn & Suites
Downtown Mobile Historic District
62 S. Royal St.
Mobile, AL 36602
Courses offered: OSHA 510,
OSHA 511
8
TN
3
MS
4
SC
1
GA
AL
9
2
6
5
OSHA Region IV
Working to keep your team safe.
For more information or to register, visit pe.gatech.edu/safety.
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Facility Maps and Directions
Atlanta, Georgia
Driving Directions
The Georgia Tech Global Learning Center is located at 84 Fifth St.
• From the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport or
the south Atlanta area, take Interstate 85/75 north to the
Spring/West Peachtree streets exit (Number 249D).
• Stay in the left lane as you exit onto Linden Avenue.
•Continue straight for 0.1 mile on Linden Avenue and turn left onto
West Peachtree Street.
• Travel 0.3 mile and turn left onto Fifth Street.
• Go one block and turn left onto Spring Street (Barnes & Noble at
Georgia Tech Bookstore will be on your left and the Georgia Tech
Hotel on your right).
• Proceed a half block and turn right at the next light into the parking
deck. Park in the deck and enter the Georgia Tech Global Learning
Center on the second level (blue level).
• Our parking garage address is
770 Spring St. NW
Atlanta, GA 30308
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of Business
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• Travel about 0.9 miles to Lockheed Martin. Turn right and proceed
to George McMillan Drive (first traffic light).
• Turn left and travel about 0.4 miles to a stop sign near the Naval
Air Station Gate.
• Proceed straight for 0.3 miles on Richardson Road.
• The facility will be on the right; travel through the gate and around
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is the applied research and
development arm of the Georgia
Institute of Technology, one of
the world’s top-ranked research
universities. GTRI employs more
than 1,800 scientists, engineers, and
other professionals, and is the largest
employer of Georgia Tech students.
Together they help solve the most
difficult problems facing government
and industry across the nation and
around the globe.
Established at GTRI in 1992, the OSHA Training
Institute Education Center offers more than 30 courses
designed and developed by OSHA. Each year over 2,000
participants take OSHA courses through GTRI on a variety
of topics, including hazardous materials, emergency
response, occupational ergonomics, industrial hygiene,
machine safeguarding, and more.
gtri.gatech.edu
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ORGANIZATION
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OF TECHNOLOGY
Georgia Institute of Technology
Professional Education
P.O. Box 93686
Atlanta, GA 30377-0686
Occupational Safety
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Professional Certificates
Locations (plus Online!)
Unique Courses
Course Dates
Georgia Tech’s Occupational Safety
and Health Program acknowledges
and thanks our partners in safety:
pe.gatech.edu/safety
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Occupational Safety
and Health Training
2015-2016
Certificate
Program and
Courses
At a Glance
View this year’s full course
listing by location, price,
and date.
Learn about our 10
certificates, created to
meet your career needs.
An Authorized
For more information or to register,
visit pe.gatech.edu/safety-program
2015-2016 Courses At a Glance
Construction and General Industry Courses
OSHA 510: Occupational Safety and Health Standards for Construction
Industry | $875 | 29 CFR 1926 $39
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Sept. 21–25, 2015 (Myrtle Beach)
Oct. 5–9, 2015 (Atlanta)
Nov. 9–13, 2015 (Asheville)
Nov. 30–Dec. 4, 2015 (Atlanta)
Dec. 7–11, 2015 (Mobile)
Jan. 25–29, 2016 (Savannah)
Feb. 1–5, 2016 (Atlanta)
Mar. 14–18, 2016 (Nashville)
Apr. 11–15, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Mar. 21–23, 2016 (Atlanta)
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May 16–20, 2016 (Destin)
June 6–10, 2016 (Atlanta)
July 18–22, 2016 (Orlando)
Aug. 8–12, 2016 (Atlanta)
Sept. 19–23, 2016 (Myrtle Beach)
Oct. 3–7, 2016 (Atlanta)
Nov. 14–18, 2016 (Charlotte)
Dec. 5–9, 2016 (Atlanta)
Dec. 12–16, 2016 (Mobile)
OSHA 500: Trainer Course in Occupational Safety and Health
Standards for Construction Industry | $875 | 29 CFR 1926 $39
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Oct. 12–16, 2015 (Atlanta)
Dec. 7–11, 2015 (Atlanta)
Feb. 1– 5, 2016 (Atlanta)
Mar. 7–11, 2016 (Savannah)
Apr. 25–29, 2016 (Atlanta)
(NEW) OSHA 2055: Cranes for Construction | $795
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May 23–27, 2016 (Mobile)
June 20–24, 2016 (Atlanta)
Aug. 22–26, 2016 (Atlanta)
Oct. 31–Nov. 4, 2016 (Atlanta)
Dec.12–16, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Sept. 20–22, 2016 (Atlanta)
OSHA 2225: Respiratory Protection | $790
• Feb. 23–26, 2016 (Atlanta)
OSHA 2255: Principles of Ergonomics Applied to Work-Related
Musculoskeletal and Nerve Disorders | $790
• Mar. 22–25, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Aug. 2–5, 2016 (Atlanta)
OSHA 2264: Permit-Required Confined Space Entry | $810
• Jan. 26–29, 2016 (Atlanta)
• June 7–10, 2016 (Atlanta)
OSHA 3015: Excavation, Trenching and Soil Mechanics | $760
• Sept. 15–18, 2015 (Savannah)
• Sept.13–16, 2016 (Savannah)
• Oct. 27–30, 2015 (Atlanta)
• Oct. 25–28, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Apr. 26–29, 2016 (Atlanta)
OSHA 502: Update for Construction Industry Outreach Trainers
OSHA 3095: Electrical Standards | $875 OSHA 3095
• Sept. 15–18, 2015 (Atlanta)
• Sept.13–16, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Apr. 19–22, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Oct. 6–8, 2015 (Atlanta)
• Jan. 12–14, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Apr. 5–7, 2016 (Atlanta)
OSHA 3115: Fall Protection | $790
• Sept. 29–Oct. 2, 2015 (Atlanta)
• Sept. 27–30, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Mar. 15–18, 2016 (Atlanta)
$640 | 29 CFR 1926 $39
• June 14–16, 2016 (Atlanta)
• July 12–14, 2016 (Savannah)
• Oct. 4–6, 2016 (Atlanta)
OSHA 511: Occupational Safety and Health Standards for General
Industry | $875 | 29 CFR 1910 $39
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Sept. 21–25, 2015 (Myrtle Beach)
Oct. 5–9, 2015 (Atlanta)
Nov. 16–20, 2015 (Asheville)
Nov. 30–Dec. 4, 2015 (Atlanta)
Dec. 7–11, 2015 (Mobile)
Jan. 25–29, 2016 (Savannah)
Feb. 1–5, 2016 (Atlanta)
Mar. 14–18, 2016 (Nashville)
Apr. 11–15, 2016 (Atlanta)
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May 16–20, 2016 (Destin)
June 6–10, 2016 (Atlanta)
July 25–29, 2016 (Orlando)
Aug. 8–12, 2016 (Atlanta)
Sept. 19–23, 2016 (Myrtle Beach)
Oct. 3–7, 2016 (Atlanta)
Nov. 14–18, 2016 (Charlotte)
Dec. 5–9, 2016 (Atlanta)
Dec. 12–16, 2016 (Mobile)
OSHA 501: Trainer Course in Occupational Safety and Health
Standards for General Industry | $875 | 29 CFR 1910 $39
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Oct. 12–16, 2015 (Atlanta)
Dec. 7–11, 2015 (Atlanta)
Feb. 1–5, 2016 (Atlanta)
Mar. 7–11, 2016 (Savannah)
Apr. 25–29, 2016 (Atlanta)
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May 23–27, 2016 (Mobile)
June 20–24, 2016 (Atlanta)
Aug. 22–26, 2016 (Atlanta)
Oct. 31–Nov. 4, 2016 (Atlanta)
Dec. 12–16, 2016 (Atlanta)
OSHA 503: Update for General Industry Outreach Trainers
$640 | 29 CFR 1910 $39
• Oct. 6–8, 2015 (Atlanta)
• Jan. 12–14, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Apr. 5–7, 2016 (Atlanta)
• June 14–16, 2016 (Atlanta)
• July 12–14, 2016 (Savannah)
• Oct. 4–6, 2016 (Atlanta)
OSHA 521: OSHA Guide to Industrial Hygiene | $875 | 29 CFR 1910 $39
• Nov. 9–13, 2015 (Atlanta)
• July 25–29, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Mar. 21–25, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Nov. 14–18, 2016 (Atlanta)
OSHA 2015: Hazardous Materials | $875
• Aug. 15–19, 2016 (Atlanta)
OSHA 2045: Machinery and Machine Guarding Standards | $875
• May 2–6, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Aug. 8–12, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Nov. 28–Dec. 2, 2016 (Atlanta)
OSHA 6000: Collateral Duty Course for Other Federal Agencies
$440 | 29 CFR 1910 $39
• Nov. 17–Nov. 20, 2015 (Atlanta)
• Nov. 8–Nov. 11, 2016 (Atlanta)
OSHA 7000: OSHA Training Guidelines for Safe Patient Handling | $270
• Mar. 21, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Aug. 1, 2016 (Atlanta)
OSHA 7115: Lockout Tagout | $270
• Nov. 5, 2015 (Atlanta)
• Nov. 3, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Mar. 3, 2016 (Atlanta)
(NEW) OSHA 7205: Health Hazard Awareness | $270
• Mar. 3, 2016 (Savannah)
• June 13, 2016 (Atlanta)
(NEW) OSHA 7405: Fall Hazard Awareness for the Construction
Industry | $270
• Mar. 14, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Sept. 26, 2016 (Atlanta)
OSHA 7500: Introduction to Safety and Health Management | $270
• Nov. 16, 2015 (Atlanta)
• July 11, 2016 (Savannah)
• Jan. 25, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Aug. 29, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Apr. 4, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Oct. 17, 2016 (Atlanta)
• May 9, 2016 (Atlanta)
OSHA 7505: Introduction to Incident (Accident) Investigation | $270
• Oct. 16, 2015 (Atlanta)
• July 15, 2016 (Savannah)
• Jan. 15, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Oct. 21, 2016 (Atlanta)
• May 27, 2016 (Atlanta)
OSHA 7845: OSHA Recordkeeping Rule Seminar | $270
• Oct. 1, 2015 (Atlanta)
• June 10, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Dec. 4, 2015 (Atlanta)
• Aug. 12, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Feb. 5, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Sept. 30, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Mar. 2, 2016 (Savannah)
• Dec. 9, 2016 (Atlanta)
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Related Occupational Safety
and Health Courses
DEF 4504: Human Systems Integration | $1,595
• Aug. 2–4, 2016 (Atlanta)
EST 6000: Managing Environmental Compliance | $795
• Oct. 27–29, 2015 (Atlanta)
• Mar. 15–17, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Oct. 25–27, 2016 (Atlanta)
EST 7000: Scaffolding Safety | $270
• July 1–Dec. 20, 2015 (Online)
• Oct. 26, 2015 (Atlanta)
• Jan. 1–June 30, 2016 (Online)
• Apr. 25, 2016 (Atlanta)
• July 1–Dec. 20, 2016 (Online)
• Oct. 24, 2016 (Atlanta)
EST 7001: Advanced Safety Management | $825
• Jan. 26–29, 2016 (Atlanta)
• May 10–13, 2016 (Atlanta)
EST 7019: Globally Harmonized Hazard Communication
Standard (GHS) | $270
• Oct. 2, 2015 (Atlanta)
(NEW) EST 7020: Electrical Transmission and Distribution, 10-Hour
Construction Safety and Health | $600
• Mar. 31–Apr. 1, 2016 (Atlanta)
EST 7122: Introduction to Safety and Health Management | $270
(Online)
• July 1–Dec. 20, 2015 (Online)
• Jan. 1–June 30, 2016 (Online)
• July 1–Dec. 20, 2016 (Online)
EST 7123: Introduction to Incident (Accident) Investigation | $270
(Online)
EST 7003: Instructional Techniques for Occupational Safety,
• July 1–Dec. 20, 2015 (Online)
• Jan. 1–June 30, 2016 (Online)
• Oct. 19–23, 2015 (Atlanta)
• June 13–17, 2016 (Atlanta)
EST 7124: Human Performance: Understanding Human
Health and Environmental Professionals | $940
• Oct. 10–14, 2016 (Atlanta)
• July 1–Dec. 20, 2016 (Online)
Error | $795
EST 7005: NFPA 70E: Standard for Electrical Safety
• Sept. 1–3, 2015 (Atlanta)
• Mar. 1–3, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Sept. 14, 2015 (Atlanta)
• Apr. 18, 2016 (Atlanta)
EST 7125: Legal Aspects of Construction, Engineering
in the Workplace | $270
• Sept. 12, 2016 (Atlanta)
EST 7006: Certified Hazardous Materials Management
(CHMM) Review | $750
• Nov. 2–5, 2015 (Atlanta)
• Nov. 7–10, 2016 (Atlanta)
EST 7007: Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST)
Certification Exam Study Session | $400
• Oct. 21–22, 2015 (Atlanta)
• Jan. 20–21, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Oct. 12–13, 2016 (Atlanta)
EST 7008: Introduction to Noise Evaluation and Control | $270
• Oct. 14, 2015 (Atlanta)
• May 23, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Oct. 19, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Oct. 20, 2016 (Atlanta)
Explosive Chemicals | $1,395
• Feb. 15–19, 2016 (Atlanta)
EST 7011: Crane Standards, Rigging and Signaling | $695
• Sept. 15–17, 2015 (Atlanta)
EST 7012: Topics in Occupational Health Management | $690
• Sept. 27–29, 2016 (Atlanta)
EST 7013: Power Transmission and Distribution | $270
• Mar. 30, 2016 (Atlanta)
EST 7126: Process Safety Management–Process Hazard
Analysis | $1,285
• May 2–6, 2016 (Atlanta)
(NEW) EST 7127: Modern Theories in Accident Causation | $495
• June 28–29, 2016 (Atlanta)
Hazardous Materials Courses
• Dec. 8–10, 2015 (Smyrna)
• June 7–9, 2016 (Smyrna)
• Sept. 3, 2015 (Smyrna)
• Dec. 3, 2015 (Smyrna)
• Mar. 22, 2016 (Smyrna)
• Oct. 12–16, 2015 (Smyrna)
• Apr. 11–15, 2016 (Smyrna)
Employees Beyond OSHA Standards and Attain VPP | $715
• Oct. 10–14, 2016 (Smyrna)
• July 18–22, 2016 (Smyrna)
Courses subject to change dates or locations
• Sept. 13–15, 2016 (Savannah)
EST 7016: OSHA Voluntary Protection Programs (VPP): Protect
• June 2, 2016 (Smyrna)
• Sept. 1, 2016 (Smyrna)
• Dec. 1, 2016 (Smyrna)
HAZ 1006: Advanced Hazmat School | $1,035
Improvement | $1,095
• Sept. 1–4, 2015 (Atlanta)
• Dec. 6–8, 2016 (Smyrna)
HAZ 1004: HAZWOPER Site Operations | $1,035
EST 7015: Lean and Safe: Safety-Integrated Process
• Sept. 15–17, 2015 (Savannah)
• May 24–26, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Sept. 26, 2016 (Atlanta)
HAZ 1002: HAZWOPER Annual Refresher | $270
EST 7010: Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous &
• Sept. 29–Oct. 1, 2015 (Atlanta)
and Safety | $325
• Sept. 28, 2015 (Atlanta)
HAZ 1000: 24-Hour Hazmat Technician | $675
EST 7009: Air Sampling Fundamentals for the Workplace | $270
• Oct. 15, 2015 (Atlanta)
• Feb. 22, 2016 (Atlanta)
• Aug. 30–Sept. 1, 2016 (Atlanta)
An Authorized
Certificate
PATH 1
Upon completing these
certificates, you will be well on
your way to earning our
Advanced Construction
Safety and Health Certificate.
Complete one additional
course, EST 6000: Managing
Environmental Compliance,
and you’ve done it!
Construction Safety and Health Certificate
Required Courses
• OSHA 510: Occupational Safety and Health Standards for Construction Industry OR
OSHA 500: Trainer Course in Occupational Safety and Health Standards for Construction Industry OR
OSHA 502: Update for Construction Industry Outreach Trainers
• OSHA 521: OSHA Guide to Industrial Hygiene
• EST 7000: Scaffolding Safety
• OSHA 3015: Excavation, Trenching & Soil Mechanics
• OSHA 3115: Fall Protection
• One elective course*
Safety and Health Management Certificate
Required Courses
• OSHA 7500: Introduction to Safety and Health Program Management OR
EST 7122: Introduction to Safety and Health Program (Online)
• EST 7001: Advanced Safety Management
• EST 7003: Instructional Techniques for Occupational Safety, Health & Environmental Professionals
• OSHA 2255: Principles of Ergonomics Applied to Work-Related Musculoskeletal and Nerve Disorders
• OSHA 7505: Introduction to Incident (Accident) Investigation OR
EST 7123: Introduction to Incident (Accident) Investigation (Online)
• One elective course*
Hazardous Materials Management Certificate
Required Courses
• HAZ 1000: 24-Hour Hazmat Technician OR
HAZ 1002: HAZWOPER Annual Refresher OR
HAZ 1004: HAZWOPER Site Operations
• OSHA 2015: Hazardous Materials
• HAZ 1006: Advanced Hazmat School
• OSHA 521: OSHA Guide to Industrial Hygiene
• OSHA 2225: Respiratory Protection
• One elective course*
Advanced Construction Safety and Health Certificate
• Completed Certificate in Construction Safety and Health
*Take any one OSHA, EST, or HAZ
course not previously used as a
core or elective course.
• Completed Certificate in Safety and Health Management
• Completed Certificate in Hazardous Materials Management
• EST 6000: Managing Environmental Compliance
Requirements for All Certificates:
R All courses applied to a certificate
R Only one free seminar can be used as an
R Core courses taken for one certificate
R Certificates must be completed within
program must be taken from Georgia Tech
may not be used as an elective for
another certificate
elective course
six years
Certificate
PATH 2
Industrial Safety and Health Certificate
Required Courses
Upon completing these
certificates, you will be well
on your way to earning our
Advanced Industrial Safety
and Health Certificate.
Complete one additional
course, EST 6000: Managing
Environmental Compliance,
and you’ve done it!
• OSHA 511: Occupational Safety and Health Standards for General Industry OR
OSHA 501: Trainer Course in Occupational Safety and Health Standards for General Industry OR
OSHA 503: Update for General Industry Outreach Trainers OR
OSHA 6000: Collateral Duty Course for Other Federal Agencies
• OSHA 521: OSHA Guide to Industrial Hygiene
• OSHA 2045: Machinery and Machine Guarding Standards
• Three elective courses*
Safety and Health Management Certificate
Required Courses
• OSHA 7500: Introduction to Safety and Health Program Management OR
EST 7122: Introduction to Safety and Health Program (Online)
• EST 7001: Advanced Safety Management
• EST 7003: Instructional Techniques for Occupational Safety, Health & Environmental Professionals
• OSHA 2255: Principles of Ergonomics Applied to Work-Related Musculoskeletal and Nerve Disorders
• OSHA 7505: Introduction to Incident (Accident) Investigation OR
EST 7123: Introduction to Incident (Accident) Investigation (Online)
• One elective course*
Hazardous Materials Management Certificate
Required Courses
• HAZ 1000: 24-Hour Hazmat Technician OR
HAZ 1002: HAZWOPER Annual Refresher OR
HAZ 1004: HAZWOPER Site Operations
• OSHA 2015: Hazardous Materials
• HAZ 1006: Advanced Hazmat School
• OSHA 521: OSHA Guide to Industrial Hygiene
• OSHA 2225: Respiratory Protection
• One elective course*
Advanced Industrial Safety and Health Certificate
• Completed Certificate in Industrial Safety and Health
*Take any one OSHA, EST, or HAZ
course not previously used as a
core or elective course.
• Completed Certificate in Safety and Health Management
• Completed Certificate in Hazardous Materials Management
• EST 6000: Managing Environmental Compliance
Premier Occupational Safety and Health Certificate
The pinnacle achievement in safety and health training, the Premier Occupational Safety and Health Certificate
requires completion of two of the three Advanced Certificates–Advanced Construction Safety and Health,
Advanced Industrial Safety and Health, and Advanced Safety and Health Management–plus one additional
elective*. Students who achieve this impressive credential often say that as a result, they are able to boost their
resumes, advance their careers, and even obtain pay raises!
• Complete two of the three
Advanced Certificates
AND
• Take any one OSHA, EST, or HAZ
course not previously used as a core
or elective course.
Certificate
PATH 3
Upon completing these
certificates, you will be well
Safety and Health Management Certificate
Required Courses
• OSHA 7500: Introduction to Safety and Health Program Management OR
EST 7122: Introduction to Safety and Health Program (Online)
• EST 7001: Advanced Safety Management
on your way to earning
• EST 7003: Instructional Techniques for Occupational Safety, Health & Environmental Professionals
our Advanced Safety
• OSHA 2255: Principles of Ergonomics Applied to Work-Related Musculoskeletal and Nerve Disorders
Management Certificate.
Complete the specified
DEF and EST courses
along with one elective*
and you’ve done it!
• OSHA 7505: Introduction to Incident (Accident) Investigation OR
EST 7123: Introduction to Incident (Accident) Investigation (Online)
• One elective course*
Selected Topics in Occupational Health Certificate
Required Courses
• OSHA 521: OSHA Guide to Industrial Hygiene
• OSHA 2225: Respiratory Protection
• OSHA 2255: Principles of Ergonomics Applied to Work-Related Musculoskeletal and Nerve Disorders
• EST 7008: Introduction to Noise Evaluation and Control
• EST 7009: Air Sampling Fundamentals for the Workplace
• EST 7012: Topics in Occupational Health Management
NEW Advanced Safety and Health Management Certificate
• Completed Certificate in Safety and Health Management
• Completed Certificate in Selected Topics in Occupational Health
• DEF 4504: Human Systems Integration
• EST 7124: Human Performance: Understanding Human Error
• EST 7127: Modern Theories in Accident Causation
*Take any one OSHA, EST, or HAZ
course not previously used as a
core or elective course.
• EST 7015: Lean and Safe: Safety-Integrated Process Improvement
• EST 7126: Process Hazard Analysis
• EST 7125: Legal Aspects
• One elective course*
Specialized Safety and Health Certificate
NEW Facilities Maintenance Safety Certificate
Required Courses
• OSHA 511: Occupational Safety and Health Standards for
General Industry
• OSHA 3095: Electrical Standards
• OSHA 510: Occupational Safety and Health Standards
for Construction Industry
• EST 7005: NFPA 70E: Standard for Electrical Safety
in the Workplace
• OSHA 7115: Lockout Tagout
• OSHA 2045: Machinery, Machine Guarding
Electives: Choose one OSHA, EST, or HAZ course
This certificate is independent of the
Advanced and Premier Certificates
Have Questions? We Have Answers.
Use our FAQs below to guide you through our Occupational Safety and Health program.
If I am new to the safety field,
where do I start?
How do I apply for the OSHA 500, 501,
502, or 503 courses?
For Construction Industry, please begin with OSHA 510 (see page 8).
For General Industry, please begin with OSHA 511 (see page 10).
Each student who participates in a Georgia Tech Professional
Education course is required to complete a profile. You should go to
pe.gatech.edu/user/login to create a new account profile.
A step-by-step guide on how to create a new account and apply for
these courses is found at https://pe.gatech.edu/osha-program-faqs.
Are there courses with requirements
or prerequisites?
The OSHA 500, 501, 502, 503, 3115, and HAZ 1006 courses have
prerequisites. Please go to the course page for details. We cannot allow/
grant exceptions for prerequisites and work experience.
How can I check the courses that I’ve taken?
To request a Georgia Tech Professional Education Transcript, fill out the
form at pe.gatech.edu/transcript.
The course fee includes all necessary classroom materials, OSHA, EST,
and HAZ attendance certificates, applicable course tour, and badge
identification.
When will I receive my course certificate?
Georgia Tech’s OSHA Training Institute distributes OSHA and HAZ
certificates by mail, or on the last day of class. Georgia Tech’s Professional
Education Registrar’s Office mails EST certificates after grades are
submitted.
How can I purchase a CFR, and when will I
receive it?
If the CFR is required for your class, you should purchase it when you
register. If you purchase the CFR, you will receive it at check-in the first
day of class.
How do I request a replacement certificate?
How can I have Georgia Tech OSHA Training
Institute Education Center come to my
company and teach a course?
OSHA Authorized Trainers Should Know...
Our staff conducted more than
500 visits and training activities
in 2013
Outreach Trainer Program
5
130
years
If you are replacing an OSHA numbered course certificate, there will be a
$25.00 fee, and you can request this by following the instructions here:
pe.gatech.edu/replacecert.
If you are requesting an EST numbered course certificate, we can
provide a PDF of your certificate via email, or a printed copy by postal mail:
ATTN: Georgia Tech Professional Education Registration
84 5th St. NW
Atlanta, GA 30308-1031
Or email [email protected] with the following information:
First name, last name, date of birth, email address, course title, and
course date.
What are Certification/Maintenance Points?
of Safety Experience
in the Industry
ABIH has previously awarded CM (Certification Maintenance)
Our staff
conducted
than Center courses. ABIH has indicated that
credit
for OSHAmore
Education
500 visits
and
training
activities
if a Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) attends an OSHA Education
in 2013
Complete the OSHA Standards Course
R
Center course, they are able to calculate the CM credit. Please visit
abih.org/maintain-certification/cm-credit-education-events.
for your Industry: OSHA 510 or OSHA 511
Identified and controlled over
Complete
4,000 workplace
hazards the Trainer
R
Course for your Industry:
OSHA 500 or OSHA 501
Georgia Tech Hazmat courses have been approved for Georgia Peace
Officer Standards and Training Credit (Georgia P.O.S.T. Credit).
Begin Teaching OSHA 10- and
30-Hour Outreach Classes
CEUs may be offered by other associations (inquire directly with those
groups). Check with your credentialing organization to determine if our
courses are accepted.
Assisted more than 130
different industries
000
our free
entions
How do I request a program certificate?
You must fill out a Program Certificate Petition form for review the first
day of class. If you earn your certificate for a one-day class, you will need
to send in your petition form at least two days before the class begins.
Otherwise your certificate will be mailed to you.
What is included in the course fees?
For on-site training and topic areas, see page 8 in the catalog.
Build Areas of Expertise – Occupational
Safety and Health Certificates
Renew Every
Saved participating companies
more than $6.2 million in
potential penalties
4
Years
For additional Frequently Asked Questions for the Georgia Tech
Occupational
Safetyover
and Health Program, visit https://pe.gatech.edu/
Identified
and controlled
osha-program-faqs.
4,000 workplace hazards
Registration: New Look. Easier Process.
Getting Started
How to Register for a Course
Search
an account profile
1 Create
on our web site:
2
courses in your cart
4 Verify
are correct
5
pe.gatech.edu/user/register
Visit pe.gatech.edu/safety or
browse by subject or course name,
using our search tool to register for
the course you wish to attend
Choose payment method
and check out
3
Click “My Cart” icon at the top
of your screen to check out
will receive an automatic
6 You
confirmation message via
email when complete
• Each student who participates in a Georgia Tech Professional Education course is required to complete a profile that meets the requirements
of Georgia Tech Research Security, and eliminates duplicate record creation.
• For an individual, you should click the “register” button on the section you want to attend, and choose one of the accepted payment methods.
How do I pay for a course?
Accepted payment methods include:
• Credit card or e-check (registrant is the credit card or check holder)
• Third party credit card holder (company representative is the
credit card holder)
• Company payment (invoice)
• Government SF-182 or company purchase order—
document upload required
• WIA payment vouchers
• International wire payments (by request only)
How do I get to my occupational safety
and health course?
Please see page 33 in the catalog for maps and directions for courses in
Georgia. For out-of-state locations, please see page 32.
An Authorized
For additional registration and Georgia Tech Professional Education
questions, visit https://pe.gatech.edu/faq-for-professionalcontinuing-education-courses.
What is Georgia Tech Professional
Education Cancellation Policy?
Georgia Tech Professional Education reserves the right to substitute
instructors, change course dates and locations, or cancel a course
due to insufficient enrollment or unforeseen events. If Georgia Tech
Professional Education must cancel a course, participants will be notified
via email or phone, and will be given the option for a full refund or to
transfer their registration to another course. Georgia Tech Professional
Education is not responsible for airline refunds or fees, hotel fees, and
rental car deposits, nor any other expenses incurred.
Classroom Courses:
10 or more business days before start date:
• Substitute a person
• Transfer to another course
• Withdraw and receive a full refund
Less than 10 business days before start date:
• Substitute a person
• Withdraw and forfeit payment
Online courses:
• Before course start date: full refund
• After course start date and student has accessed course: no refund
For withdrawal, transfer, and substitution request information, visit our
website at: https://pe.gatech.edu/withdrawal-substitutiontransfer-professional-education.
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