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LoneStar CPR

OSHA /SAFETY TRAINING

Lonestar CPR and First Aid Training LLC has a variety of options to meet your OSHA/Safety needs. The safety of your employees and investments/equipment are of the highest priority to Lonestar CPR and First Aid Training LLC. OSHA awareness level courses, site safety surveys/inspections, mock OSHA inspections, safety and rescue plan development, safety policy and procedure manual development, and assisting with any other safety issues are all offered by Lonestar CPR to aid in maintaining adherence to compliance regulations and promoting employee safety.

Navigating the OSHA, NFPA, ANSI, state regulations and laws can be extremely confusing and overwhelming. Lonestar CPR and First Aid Training LLC stands ready to assist you in developing a robust safety program to mitigate illness and injury, protect your investments, and remain compliant with the applicable laws.

Please use the inquiry form on the “About” page or call (806) 239-7616 for more information.

Awareness Level Courses

Site Safety Surveys/Inspections

Mock OSHA Inspections

Safety and Rescue Plan Development

Safety Policy and Procedure Manual Development

HAZCOM/GHS Training-29 CFR 1910.1200 (h)

Hazardous Communications/ Globally Harmonized System training helps satisfy OSHA’s Right-to-know rule (29 CFR 1910.1200) for employees who handle or work around chemicals or hazardous materials at their workplace.

COURSE CONTENT

SDS (Safety Data Sheets)

Hazardous Materials

SDS Terms and DOT Labeling 

Exposure Policies and Procedures

Safety and PPE

WHO IT'S FOR

Pest Control Workers

Industrial Workers

Oilfield Workers

Anyone who works or may work around hazardous chemicals or materials

Janitorial Workers

Agriculture Workers

Painters

Plumbers

OSHA Respiratory Protection-29 CFR Part 1910.134

The OSHA Respiratory Protection course helps satisfy the OSHA requirements of 29 CFR Part 1910.134. This course is for anyone who wears a respirator at their job site or workplace.

COURSE CONTENT

Respiratory Definition and Indications

Inspection and Operation of a Respirator

Respirator Maintenance

Respirator Limitations

Effects of Improper Use

OSHA Respiratory Protection Standards

WHO IT'S FOR

Pest Control Workers

Industrial Workers

Oilfield Workers

Anyone who works or may work around hazardous chemicals and materials

Janitorial Workers

Agriculture Workers

Painters

Plumbers

OSHA Hearing Protection-29 CFR 1910.95 (k) (2)

The OSHA Hearing Protection course helps satisfy the requirements of OSHA 29 CFR 1910.95 (k)(2). This course is for anyone who is exposed to noise of 85 decibels or greater for an 8-hour time weighted average.

COURSE CONTENT

Importance of Hearing Protection

Effects of Prolonged Exposure to Noisy Enviroments

Selection and Use of Hearing Protection Devices 

Audiometric Testing

WHO IT'S FOR

Pest Control Workers

Industrial Workers

Oilfield Workers

Anyone who works or may work around hazardous chemicals and materials

Janitorial Workers

Agriculture Workers

Painters

Plumbers

OSHA Lead Awareness (General Industry)-29 CFR 1910.1025

The OSHA Lead Awareness course helps satisfy the requirements of OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1025. This course is for anyone who works around lead or materials that may contain lead.

*This course is NOT for those who perform lead-based abatement work.

COURSE CONTENT

Hazards of Lead Exposure

Prevention of Lead Exposure

Lead Containing Substances at Jobsite

Lead-Based Paint Definition and Indications 

Lead Awareness Program Requirements

Exposure Protocol 

 

 

WHO IT'S FOR

Pest Control Workers

Industrial Workers

Oilfield Workers

Anyone who works or may work around hazardous chemicals and materials

Janitorial Workers

Agriculture Workers

Painters

Plumbers

OSHA Lead Awareness (Construction)-29 CFR 1926.62

The OSHA Lead Awareness for Construction course helps satisfy the requirements of OSHA 29 CFR 1926.62. This course is for anyone in a construction setting who works around lead or materials that may contain lead.

*This course is NOT for those who perform lead-based abatement work.

COURSE CONTENT

Hazards of Lead Exposure

Prevention of Lead Exposure

Lead Containing Substances at Jobsite

Lead-Based Paint Definition and Indications

Lead Awareness Program Requirements

Exposure Protocol

 

WHO IT'S FOR

Pest Control Workers

Industrial Workers

Oilfield Workers

Anyone who works or may work around hazardous chemicals and materials

Janitorial Workers

Agriculture Workers

Painters

Plumbers

OSHA Excavation Safety (Competent Person)-29 CFR 1926.65

The OSHA Excavation Safety (Competent Person) course helps satisfy the requirements of OSHA 29 CFR 1926.650. This course is meant for the employer designated “Competent Person” at the excavation or trench jobsite, or any excavation workers.

*Per OSHA, at least one person at the excavation site must have this training.

COURSE CONTENT

 Defining and Designating a “Competent Person”

Soil Testing, Mechanics, and Shoring Techniques

Sloping and Benching Techniques

Safe Entry and Exit

Emergency Response and Rescue Procedures for a Cave-In or Collapse 

WHO IT'S FOR

Agriculture Workers

Excavation Workers

Septic Workers 

Oilfield Workers 

Electricians

Plumbers

Landscape Professionals

OSHA Asbestos Awareness-29 CFR 1910.1001

The OSHA Asbestos Awareness course helps satisfy the requirements of OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1001. This course is for anyone who works or may work around asbestos containing materials (ACM).

*This course is NOT for those who perform any asbestos abatement work

*This course meets (AHERA) Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act awareness training requirements.

COURSE CONTENT

Definition

Exposure

Risk and Prevention 

Identifying Asbestos and Asbestos Containing Materials 

Exposure Protocol 

WHO IT'S FOR

Pest Control Workers

Industrial Workers

Maintenance Workers

Anyone who works or may work around asbestos or asbestos containing material 

Janitorial Workers

Maritime Workers

Construction Workers

Electrical Workers 

OSHA Stairways and Ladders-29 CFR 1926.1050

The OSHA Stairways and Ladders course helps satisfy the requirements of OSHA 29 CFR 1926.1050. This course is for anyone whose job duties involve the use of ladders, stairways, or scaffolding.

COURSE CONTENT

 Defining and Designating a “Competent Person”

Soil Testing, Mechanics, and Shoring Techniques

Sloping and Benching Techniques

Safe Entry and Exit

Emergency Response and Rescue Procedures for a Cave-In or Collapse 

WHO IT'S FOR

Pest Control Workers

Industrial Workers

Maintenance Workers

Anyone who works or may work around stairways or ladders

Janitorial Workers

Maritime Workers

Construction Workers

Electrical Workers

OSHA Scaffolding Safety-29 CFR 1910.28 & 1926.454

The OSHA Scaffolding Safety course helps satisfy the requirements of OSHA 29 CFR 1910.28 & 1926.454. This course is for anyone who may erect or work with scaffolding.

*This course goes more in-depth with scaffolding than the Stairway and Ladder training offered by Lonestar CPR and First Aid Training LLC.

COURSE CONTENT

Bracing, Guardrails, Midrails, Crossbracing, and Guying Ties

Scaffold Inspections Before and After Use

Proper Assembly and Dismantling of Scaffolding

Scaffold Capacity and Footings

Fall Risks and Prevention

WHO IT'S FOR

Pest Control Workers

Industrial Workers

Maintenance Workers

Anyone who works or may work around scaffolding

Janitorial Workers

Maritime Workers

Construction Workers

Electrical Workers

OSHA Electrical Safety Training-29 CFR 1926.400

The OSHA Electrical Safety Training course helps satisfy the requirements of OSHA 29 CFR 1926.400. This course is for anyone who may work around exposed electrical components at the workplace.

COURSE CONTENT

Electrical Hazards

Electrical Safety

Policies and Procedures for an Electrical Exposure

WHO IT'S FOR

Pest Control Workers

Industrial Workers

Maintenance Workers

Anyone who works or may work around electrical  or electrical containing components

Janitorial Workers

Maritime Workers

Construction Workers

Electrical Workers

OSHA Confined Space Training-29 CFR 1910.146

The OSHA Confined Space Training course helps satisfy the requirements of OSHA 29 CFR 1910.146. This course is for anyone who may enter a confined space or hazardous confined space.

*This course covers non-permit confined spaces as well as permit-required confined spaces.

COURSE CONTENT

Confined Spaces and Permit-Required Confined Spaces

Atmospheric Testing within Confined Spaces

Permit Policies and Procedures 

Requirements and Development of a Permit-Required Confined Space Program 

Safe Entry and Exit

Confined Space Hazards 

Roles and Responsibilities 

Emergency Response and Rescue Procedures

WHO IT'S FOR

Pest Control Workers

Industrial Workers

Maintenance Workers

Anyone who enters or may enter a confined space

Janitorial Workers

Maritime Workers

Construction Workers

Electrical Workers

OSHA Lock-out/Tag-out Training-29 CFR 1910.147

The OSHA Lock-out/Tag-out Training course helps satisfy the requirements of OSHA 29 CFR 1910.147. This course is for anyone who works or may work around energy systems at the jobsite that if accidentally powered on could cause injury or death.

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COURSE CONTENT

Definition of Lock-out/Tag-out System

Types and Applications of Lock-out/Tag-out System

Lock-out/Tag-out System Policies and Procedures

WHO IT'S FOR

Pest Control Workers

Industrial Workers

Maintenance Workers

Anyone who works or may work around potential energy hazards

Janitorial Workers

Maritime Workers

Construction Workers

Electrical Workers

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