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EM 385 40-Hour “Certified Site Safety & Health Officer (CSSHO)” Course For Contractors
EM 385 SSHO Certification Course for Contractors meets all Requirements for “SITE SAFETY and HEALTH OFFICER” (SSHO) Division 01 – Unified Facility Guide Specifications Section 01 35 26 Government Safety Requirements.
After January 1, 2010, all NAVFAC and other agency contract specifications for new projects performed, “Fiscal 2010,” all SSHO’s need to comply with the following Specifications and Requirements:
Reference: The Unified Facility Guide Specification Section 01 35 26 “Government Safety Requirement”, February, 2012, 188.8.131.52.2 Construction Safety Hazard Awareness Training for SSHO.
Reference: US ARMY Corps of Engineers “Safety and Health Requirements Manual” EM 385-1-1 15 September 2008, Section 01.A.17 Site Safety and Health Officer (SSHO).
Sign up NOW! Get your EM 385 SSHO & OSHA 30 Hour Construction Cards in one class.
Meets “Construction Safety Hazard Awareness Course for Contractors”. This 40 hour training course provides instruction about how contractors can comply with EM 385-1-1 and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Construction Standards. This enhanced course is very interactive, applies to most DOD construction projects and includes many tools to assist contractors with EM 385 & OSHA compliance. Learn how to become a Certified Site Safety and Health Officer. Sign up today to comply with your federal construction contract requirements.
Learn how to properly produce and submit an acceptable Site Specific Accident Prevention Program (APP) and Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA).
‘NEW “EM 385-1-1 Safety and Health Requirements Manual for Contractors”Exercises include Construction Site Inspections, AHA and more. Bring a Scope of Work, write an APP and get a free, professional review.
Safety topics covered during this class includes, but are not limited to, the following:
Program Management Sanitation Medical and First-Aid Requirements Temporary Facilities Personal Protective and Safety Equipment Hazardous or Toxic Agents and Environments Lighting Accident Prevention Signs, Tags, Labels, Signals, Piping System Identification and Traffic Control Fire Prevention and Protection Welding and Cutting Electrical Control of Hazardous Energy Hand and Power Tools Material Handling, Storage and Disposal Rigging Cranes and Hoisting Equipment Conveyors Motor Vehicles, Machinery and Mechanized Equipment, All Terrain Vehicles, Utility Vehicles and other Specialty Vehicles Floating Plant and Marine Activities Pressurized Equipment and Systems Fall Protection Work Platforms and Scaffolding Demolition Safe Access, Ladders, Floor & Wall Openings, Stairs and Railing Systems Excavations and Trenching Underground Construction (Tunnels), Shafts, and Caissons Concrete, Masonry, Steel Erection and Residential Construction Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) Confined Space Entry
Unique EM 385-1-1 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Safety and Health requirements. Knowledge of the DOD's safety requirements, which are utilized on all military installations. Identifying Hazards and Determining Appropriate Applicable Standards Preparing Reports Recommending Hazard Abatement Methods
Note: For an on-site class, we can integrate your safety program into the training class so your personnel help ensure compliance with EM 385-1-1.