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Safety is TC Risk Management’s number one concern. As a disabled veteran, I have found it ultimately rewarding to share my safety knowledge with individuals across the country to reduce and prevent worksite injuries. I am devoted to protecting employees and assisting worksite owners with any risk management service they may need. Our years of experience allow us to offer a large landscape of health and safety training for industries of all kinds, including construction sites. The TC Risk Management Model is based on engineering, education and evaluation by utilizing our direct insider OSHA and insurance carrier experience along with years of safety and risk management experience.
We now offer on-site safety training for Electrical Safety, Fall Protection, Lock Out/Tag Out, Confined Spaces, and First Aid! Ask about bringing our training to your location anywhere in the United States. By teaching our OSHA safety courses at your location, your workers get to apply safety techniques firsthand in a familiar environment.
Documentation of training by TC Risk Management is very useful when OSHA conducts inspections. Furthermore, our efforts reduce the likelihood of such inspections after accidents. The progress achieved is noticeable and measureable, with the occurrence of accidents much less likely.
Falls are the most common cause of on-the-job injuries. Falls from even a minor height can lead to serious injuries or death. TC Risk Management Services conducts fall protection training, including tower climbing and rescue, for construction and general industry. We have designed an effective safety program to assist your employees with fall protection. Each training program is custom-built, taking into account your industry, facility, and environmental hazards.
Overhead platforms and elevated work stations are frequently overlooked as a hazard yet are a leading cause for falls. Dangerous equipment and/or machinery exposure is also a major concern with falling. TC Risk Management Services will assess your entire facility to determine what changes are needed to properly implement a fall protection plan. We will also educate employees on a wide-range of fall protection issues to assist with future worksite hazard prevention.
OSHA 10-hour training classes and OSHA 30-hour training classes keep employees up-to-date with government codes and regulations. Given your specific industry, TC Risk Management Services will determine the OSHA training class most appropriate for your employees.
Specifically developed for safety directors, foremen and field supervisors, the 30-hour OHSA training course provides more complex safety information. 30-hour programs are designed to provide the necessary information to assist your company with becoming OSHA compliant.
OSHA 10-hour training courses provides training on acknowledging, avoiding and preventing workplace hazards for new or entry level employees. This training is often offered during orientation or as an occasional refresher for more experienced workers. The 10 hour program offers a comprehensive approach to understanding the necessary information needed to be safe within specific industries.
First Aid training is essential for every business yet is often forgotten about until after an unfortunate accident has occurred. Take action today and TC Risk Management Services will educate your employees on the proper way to handle life-threatening emergencies. My professional, board certified staff will teach the fundamentals of basic life support. The step-by-step First Aid and CPR instructions are thoroughly explained, demonstrated and taught in a hands-on learning style. Our First Aid training and CPR classes instruct individuals on taking the necessary actions until professional help arrives. Upon training completion, your employees will receive their BLS, First Aid or CPR certifications.
TC Risk Management Services offers confined space training which demonstrates to employees how to work properly in a limited space environment while ensuring maximum safety. We provide practical hands-on rescue training for a large span of industries, including wind power companies. Confined spaces have numerous safety hazards which can cost a company. Reduce confined space injuries with our professional, effective training courses. We have the experience needed to recognize confined space hazards and will train accordingly to protect all employees working in these dynamics.
OSHA standard 29 CFR Part 1910.120 covers safe working conditions for employees who may be exposed to hazardous materials or situations. Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) classes are necessary for all sorts of workers who deal with dangerous substances and situations. Our class is designed to teach workers what to do to prevent chemical release events and learn the proper responses to HAZMAT incidents. TC Risk HAZMAT courses cover clean-up, treatment, storage, and disposal of hazardous waste.
Classes cover initial training or annual recertification requirements for:
Fire protection and prevention training is required per OSHA standards 1926.24 and 1926.150. At minimum, all employees at your workplace must be trained to use fire extinguishers annually. Additional requirements differ based on industry, location, and other factors. TC Risk training uses your building’s structural design and occupational space to create custom evacuation plans for your workplace.
OSHA 1910.212 specifies the standard for using machine guards at the workplace. These guards are necessary to reduce worker exposure to various hazards. TC Risk Management provides machine guard training for businesses across the United States. This training is best paired with LOTO procedures.
Construction workers face some of the most dangerous working possible. In the course of a job they might have to deal with electrical equipment, heights, confined spaces, and more. Our OSHA construction training prepares workers to correctly deal with all of these hazards.
Many industries require safety recertification on a regular basis. The exact training schedule will vary, though most hazardous jobs require annual retraining for workers. Other recertification courses are only required every 3 or 5 years. Keep your workers up-to-date and schedule onsite safety training with TC Risk Management.