OSHA Training

Times are changing in the construction industry and it is important you keep up with these changes. In today’s world, safety is a hot topic and the source of frustration for many companies. It is something that requires constant monitoring and must be skillfully managed. This is why UNICO is proud to be able to offer several different types of training on the OSHA standard.

Tom Cockle is a certified Competent Personal Trainer for both Excavation Safety and Confined Spaces. Tom’s expertise in shoring, soils analysis, confined spaces and overall jobsite safety will allow UNICO the ability to offer superior service and advice to our contractors. Listed below is an example of some of the topics UNICO can provide for your next shop talk or safety meeting.

  • Requirements for a “Competent Person” on excavation sites
  • How to conduct a proper visual and manual soil test
  • OSHA regulations for shoring, shielding, benching and sloping
  • Identifying and controlling hazardous atmospheres
  • The importance of tabulated data
  • How to select the proper protective system
  • General Requirements on an excavation site
  • How to handle OSHA inspections on your job site

In addition UNICO can provide you with a set of OSHA Compliance Manuals that include the following fundamental written programs required for compliance with federal regulations:

  • Safety Program for Injury& Illness Prevention
  • Powered Industrial Truck Training Manual With Forms and Documentation
  • Hazard Communications Program
  • Worker Right-To-Know Program
  • Lockout/Tagout Manual

Safety Requirements For:

  • Personal Protective Equipment and Respirators
  • Fall Protection
  • Excavation and Trenching
  • Confined Space
  • Emergency Response
  • Hearing Conservation
  • Respiratory Protection

For more information please visit the OSHA Website

You can also review the Frequently Asked Questions provided by OSHA

Contact Tom Cockle at 402-434-7276 or by email at tcockle@unicogroup.com to find out more. We will update the website when we have our next round of OSHA classes scheduled.