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					                          HEALTH & SAFETY NIOSH ERC AND OSHA CONTINUING EDUCATION

                                                                        2009-2010
   INCLUDING             On-Line Occupational Medicine and OSHA
                         Compliance Courses




INDUSTRIAL/ENVIRONMENTAL
HYGIENE & SAFETY
                                                  • OSHA compliance
                                                  • EPA asbestos and lead
                                                  • CIH, CHMM, and CSP
                                                       reviews
                                                  • Occupational Medicine
                                                  • Ergonomics Certificate
                                                       series

                                                       …and more!



ENVIRONMENTAL AND OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY
COLLEGE OF MEDICINE • COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING • COLLEGE OF NURSING
5 1 3 / 5 5 8 -1730 An Education and Research Center supported by NIOSH 8 0 0 / 2 0 7 - 9 3 9 9
About Cincinnati
The livability, charm and diversity of this riverfront
city and the pride of its 1.98 million inhabitants
make it easy to understand why Cincinnati has
been called "one of the best kept secrets in
America." Love of the arts and a preoccupation
with the sciences took root early and continue to
flourish in this busy metropolis. Cincinnati is well
known for its many fine restaurants, and for its
cultural and educational assets which rival those
of many larger cities.

Today few cities can match what Cincinnati has
to offer musically: the Cincinnati Symphony
Orchestra, the May Festival, the Cincinnati Opera
and the Cincinnati Ballet Company. Cincinnati
also boasts three fine art museums and a
number of commercial galleries. The Playhouse
in the Park, located atop Mt. Adams, provides
excellent classical and innovative theater
performances.

Cincinnati offers recreational facilities as well.
The Ohio River is a playground for boaters. The
city and surrounding Hamilton County have
parks, woods and lakes aplenty. The Cincinnati
Public Recreation Commission has 25 municipal
tennis courts and seven golf courses. There are
many private tennis and golf clubs and the city is
the venue of several professional tournaments.
The pride of Cincinnati sports fans is the city's
two major league teams, the Reds and the
Bengals. Other leisure-time assets are the
Cincinnati Zoo, a world leader in breeding
animals in captivity, and the Krohn Conservatory,
which attracts visitors throughout the year to its
display of exotic plants and flowers.

Cincinnati is also a major center of learning. The
University of Cincinnati, of which the Medical
Center is a part, dates back to 1819. One of the
earliest municipal universities in the United
States, it has been a full state university since
1977. It now boasts an enrollment of over 33,000
undergraduate and graduate students in its day,
night, part-time and other programs. Other
institutions of higher learning include the Hebrew
Union College, the oldest Jewish theological
school in America and Xavier University.
                                                                     Register Early!
                                                             http://www.eh.uc.edu/hsce
                                                         or see the last page for a registration form.
                                                                                                               University of Cincinnati
                                                                                                               NIOSH Education and
                                                                                                               Research Center
                                                                                                               Carol Rice, PhD, CIH, Center
                                                                                                               Director

                                                                                                               Carol Rice, PhD, CIH,
                                                                                                               Environmental and Industrial
                                                                                                               Hygiene

                                                                                                               L. Susan Davis, RN, PhD,
                                                                                                               Occupational Health Nursing

                                                                                                               Judy L. Jarrell, MA, EdD,
                                                                                                               Continuing Education/Outreach

                                                                                                               Clara Sue Ross, MD, Environmental
                                                                                                               and Occupational Medicine

                                                                                                               Jay Kim, PhD, Occupational Safety


                                                                                                               University of Cincinnati
                                                                                                               Great Lakes Regional OTI
                                                                                                               Education Center
                                                                                                               Judy L. Jarrell, MA, EdD, Executive
                                                                                                               Director
                                                                                                               Marianne Kautz, Program Manager

                                                                                                               Health & Safety; NIOSH
                                                                                                               ERC/OSHA Continuing Education
                                                                                                               Genome Research Institute, Bldg. A
                                                                                                               University of Cincinnati, ML-0510
                                                                                                               2180 E. Galbraith Road
                                                                                                               Cincinnati, Ohio 45237-0510
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Course Listing ....................................................................................... 3-4
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Course Directors .......................................................................................5
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Courses................................................................................................ 6-29
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On-Site Training Information .................................................................29
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OSHA Certificate Series .........................................................................29
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How to Register ......................................................................................30
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Registration Form ...................................................................................31
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2009-2010 Course Listing
Environmental/Industrial Hygiene and Safety
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  Associate Safety and Certified Safety Professional Comprehensive Reviews
           HU                                                                                                                                                         UH              6
  CIH Examination Review for Industrial Hygiene Professionals
           HU                                                                                                                                       UH                                6
  Ergonomic Control Programs to Prevent Injuries in Industry
           HU                                                                                                                                  UH                                     8
  Ergonomics of Occupational Hand-Arm and Whole-Body Vibration in Industry (NIOSH 596)
           HU                                                                                                                                                              UH         8
  Annual Pilot Research Project Symposium
           HU                                                                                              UH                                                                          9
  Hazardous Materials Management Certification Review
           HU                                                                                                                             UH                                           7
  Industrial Hygiene Fundamentals
      U                                                                           U                                                                                                    7
  Industrial Ventilation
      U                                  U                                                                                                                                           10
  Introduction to Industrial Toxicology
           HU                                                                                  UH                                                                                      7
  Office Ergonomics
      HU                            UH                                                                                                                                                9
  Overview of Respiratory Protection
           HU                                                                             UH                                                                                          11
   Principles of Ergonomics Applied to Work-Related Musculoskeletal and Nerve Disorders, OSHA 2250
                HU                                                                                                                                                              UH    9
  Quantitative Fit Test Workshop
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  Respirator Fit Test Workshop
           HU                                                   UH                                                                                                                    11
H Respirator Selection and Change-out Workshop
           U                                                                                                            UH                                                            11

    Occupational Health Nursing
      NIOSH-Approved Spirometry
           HU                                              UH                                                                                                                        11
      Principles & Practice of Occupational Health
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      NIOSH-Approved Spirometry Refresher
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Occupational Medicine
  Occupational Medicine Training Modules (on-line)
           U                                                                                                                      U                                                  10
  Spirometry for Physicians
           HU                                    UH                                                                                                                                  11

    Lead Abatement Training
      Lead Inspector Training
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      Lead Exposure Risk Assessment
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      Lead Abatement Training for Contractor/Supervisor
           U                                                                                                                          U                                              13
      Lead Risk Assessor Refresher
           HU                                                        UH                                                                                                              14
      Lead Supervisor Refresher
           HU                                         UH                                                                                                                             14
      Clearance Technician Training
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      Lead Safety for Renovation, Repair and Painting Initial Course
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      Lead Safety for Renovation, Repair and Painting Refresher Course
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Asbestos Abatement Training
  Asbestos Abatement Project Designer Refresher
           HU                                                                                                                UH                                                      15
  Building Inspection Procedures/Management Planner Refresher
           HU                                                                                                                                                UH                      15
  Contractor/Supervisor Asbestos Abatement Practices Refresher
           HU                                                                                                                                                UH                      15

      Essentials for Healthy Homes Practitioners
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2009-2010 Course Listing (cont.)

OSHA Training
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  Collateral Duty Course for Other Federal Agencies, OSHA 6000
       HU                                                                                                17                                                     UH




  Disaster Site Worker's Safety and Health Training, OSHA 7600
       HU                                                                                                17                                           UH




  Disaster Site Worker's Safety and Health Training Train-the-Trainer, OSHA 5600
       HU                                                                                                17                                                                   UH




  Electrical Standards, OSHA 3095
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  Evacuation and Emergency Planning, OSHA 7105
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  Excavation, Trenching and Soil Mechanics, OSHA 3010
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  Fall Arrest Systems, OSHA 3110
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  Fall Hazard Awareness, OSHA 7405
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  Hazardous Materials, OSHA 2015
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  Health Hazard Awareness, OSHA 7205
       HU                                               UH                                               24
  Introduction to Accident Investigations, OSHA 7505
       HU                                                                       UH                       25
  Introduction To OSHA For Small Business, OSHA 7510
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  Introduction to Safety & Health Management, OSHA 7500
  HU                                                                                                     25          UH




  Introduction to Machinery & Machine Guarding Safeguarding, OSHA 7100
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  Lockout/Tagout: Controlling Hazardous Energy to Prevent Workplace Industry, OSHA 7115
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  Machinery and Machine Guarding Standards, OSHA 2045
  HU                                                                                                     19               UH




  Managing Excavation Hazards, OSHA 7410
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  OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens, OSHA 7200
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  OSHA Construction Industry Requirements: Awareness of Major Hazards & Prevention Strategies, OSHA 7415 27
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  OSHA Guide to Industrial Hygiene, OSHA 521
       HU                                                             UH                                 19
  OSHA’s Ergonomics Guidelines Training for Nursing Homes, OSHA 7000
       HU                                                                                                27                                                          UH




  OSHA’s Introduction to the Permit Required Confined Space Standard, OSHA 7300
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  OSHA Trainer Course for the Maritime Industry, OSHA 5400
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  OS&H Standards for the Construction Industry, OSHA 510
  HU                                                                                                     20                    UH




  OS&H Standards for the General Industry, OSHA 511
       HU                                                                                     UH         20
  Permit-Required Confined Space Entry, OSHA 2264
       HU                                                                            UH                  20
  Principles of Ergonomics Applied to Work-Related Musculoskeletal and Nerve Disorders, OSHA 2250
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  Public and Industrial Warehousing and Storage, OSHA 7005
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  Record Keeping Recording and Reporting, OSHA 7845
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  Respiratory Protection, OSHA 2225
       HU                                      UH                                                        21
  Trainer Course for Construction Noise, OSHA 7400
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  Trainer Course for Construction Industry Standard, OSHA 500
       HU                                                                                                21                                      UH




  Trainer Course for General Industry Standard, OSHA 501
       HU                                                                                                22     UH




  Trainer Course for the Maritime Industry, OSHA 5400
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  Update for Construction Industry Outreach Trainers, OSHA 502
  HU                                                                                                     21                                                UH




  Update for General Industry Outreach Trainers, OSHA 503
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Partial List of Course Directors
C. Stuart Baxter, PhD, is associate professor       Douglas H. Linz, MD, MS, completed medical        James D. Romine, MS, CIH, CHMM, CSP,
in the Department of Environmental Health at        school, internship and residency in Internal      directs the Hazardous Materials Management
the University of Cincinnati Medical Center.        Medicine at the University of Michigan            course by applying 20+ years of hazardous
His research interests lie in the responses of      Medical Center. Dr. Linz was a faculty member     materials management experience. Mr. Romine
skin to chemical carcinogens and inflammatory       of the Department of Environmental Health at      uses lesson-learned techniques from his
agents, and he teaches extensively on these         the University of Cincinnati from 1987-1998,      private-, government- and academic-sector
topics at the graduate level. He has participated   where he was a co-director of the Occupational    employment to facilitate learning regulatory
in continuing education courses for physicians      Health Clinic and Director of the Occupational    and administrative requirements. He is certified
and health professionals for more than 20           Medicine Residency Training Program and           as an HMM at the masters level, and a CIH in
years.                                              Occupational Medicine Training Course.            the comprehensive aspect.
                                                    Currently, Dr. Linz is the Medical Director of
Amit Bhattacharya, PhD, CPE, is professor           Corporate Health Services for TriHealth           Kurt Varga, PhD, worked for 12 years with a
of Environmental Health and Industrial              Corporate Health Services.                        consulting firm specializing in solving
Engineering at the University of Cincinnati. He                                                       environmental building problems. Dr. Varga
has been working as an educator, researcher,        Mary Malotke has more than 20 years of            conducted several studies in the use of XRF
and consultant in the area of ergonomics/           environmental engineering and management          technology and has helped develop Ohio's lead
biomechanics for over 25 years. Dr.                 experience, both as environmental manager for     worker examination. He has been a safety and
Bhattacharya is the director of the                 Procter & Gamble and for the past 19 years as     health trainer for over 22 years.
Biomechanics-Ergonomics Research                    president of TENCON, Inc. Ms. Malotke is
Laboratory and serves on the faculty of the         highly regarded as a trainer in the fields of     Donald E. Wasserman, MSEE, MBA, was
Center of Biomedical Engineering.                   environmental and occupational safety and         NIOSH's first chief of occupational vibration
                                                    health.                                           and was responsible for and participated in all
Linda Sue Davis, RN, PhD, is a professor in                                                           vibration studies for 13 years. He is considered
the College of Nursing at the University of         James D. McGlothlin, MPH, PhD, CPE,               a world expert in this area, having published
Cincinnati. She is also director of the             retired as a research occupational                more than 80 papers, books and book chapters
Occupational Health Nursing Program in the          ergonomist/hygienist with the Engineering         on the subject.
NIOSH-Supported Education and Research              Control Technology Branch of the National
Center at the University. Dr. Davis is highly       Institute for Occupational Safety & Health to     Larry W. Wilson, president of his own
respected as an educator and researcher in the      enter an academic career as associate professor   consulting firm, has 22+ years of experience in
field of occupational health nursing.               of Health Sciences at Purdue University in        the fields of safety and occupational health.
                                                    1999. Dr. McGlothlin has pioneered and            Prior to forming his consulting firm, Mr.
Michael W. Hayslip is a graduate of the             received numerous national awards for the         Wilson served as safety/security manager for a
University of Cincinnati's Civil Engineering        development of control programs to prevent        chemical plant and worked as an OSHA
program and is a licensed attorney in the state     musculoskeletal injuries in the workplace.        compliance officer. He has developed and
of Ohio. Mr. Hayslip has more than 15 years of                                                        taught safety and health courses for various
hands-on construction safety experience             Roy T. McKay, PhD, has more than 20 years         companies and academic institutions.
through his work with the Jones Group,              of experience with respiratory protection and
Kokosing Construction, Baker Concrete               pulmonary function testing at the University of
Construction, Wilcon Corporation and Lithko         Cincinnati. In addition to his faculty
Contracting, Inc.                                   appointment, Dr. McKay is director of the
                                                    Occupational Pulmonary program at the Center
Judy L. Jarrell, MA, EdD, has been with the         for Occupational Health. Dr. McKay has taught
University of Cincinnati for over 22 years. She     respiratory protection and pulmonary function
has been the Director of the Education and          testing worldwide, including Japan, Germany,
Research Center Continuing Education                England, Australia, Belgium, Mexico, China
Program for 19 years. She is also the Program       and many other locations. Dr. McKay has
Director for the Great Lakes Regional Lead          numerous prestigious committee appointments
Training Center and the Great Lakes Regional        with responsibilty for setting standards
OTI Education Center. Dr. Jarrell holds             worldwide.
graduate degrees in communication and adult
training.                                           Timothy Roberts, is the Founder and President
                                                    of Safety Alliance LLC which is a host training
                                                    site for the Great Lakes Regional OTI
                                                    Education Center at the University of
                                                    Cincinnati. He is responsible for OSHA
                                                    training for his clients and clients of the
                                                    University of Cincinnati. He is an adjunct
                                                    professor for the College of Applied Science-
                                                    Construction Safety Management at the
                                                    University of Cincinnati. He is an authorized
                                                    OSHA Outreach trainer, a trainer for the
                                                    American Red Cross & Butler Tech College.



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Associate Safety                                     CIH Examination Review
Professional and Certified                           for Industrial Hygiene
Safety Professional                                  Professionals
Comprehensive Reviews*
Benefits                                             Benefits
Participants will receive a fast-paced review of     This course is a review of the entire field of
the major topics covered in the ASP and CSP          industrial hygiene in preparation for the ABIH
(Comprehensive Practice) examinations                certification examination. Emphasis is placed
administered by the Board of Certified Safety        on the evaluation and control of occupational
Professionals. Question and answer format            safety and health hazards. Key features of the
helps to prepare participants for types of           program are the twice-daily quizzes which are
problems encountered in the certification            used to evaluate preparedness to take the
exam.                                                ABIH exam. We recommend the course be
                                                     taken several months in advance of the exam.
Who Should Attend
In addition to those professionals who are             "I have already recommended the
preparing for the certification exams given by         UC course to a couple of my
the BCSP, this course will be valuable for             colleagues, as I found it extremely
industrial hygienists whose work as-signments
have expanded to include occupational safety.
                                                       helpful." B.Hroch

  Persons intending to take the ASP or CSP           Who Should Attend
  exams are advised to contact the BCSP at           This course is designed specifically for those
  217/359-9263 for application materials             individuals who are preparing for the ABIH
  approximately 6-8 months prior to the              certification examination.
  exam.
                                                     Partial List of Course Topics
                                                     • Standards, Regulations, Guidelines
Partial List of Course Topics
                                                     • Sampling of Dusts, Fumes, Mists, Gases and
•  Applied Engineering                                 Vapors
•  Review of Mathematics                             • Analytical Techniques for IH Samples
•  Human Physiology                                  • Radiation, Ionizing and Non-Ionizing
•  Dimensional Analysis                              • Ventilation/Engineering Control
•  Review of Chemistry                               • Toxicology
•  Statistics and Probability                        • Noise and Vibration
•  System Safety                                     • Air Pollution
•  Human Factors                                     • Heat Stress
•  Safety Management                                 • Ergonomics
•  Biohazards                                        • Personal Protective Equipment
•  Mechanical Hazards                                • Problem Solving in All IH Areas
•  Radiation                                         • Management
•  Illumination
•  Engineering Economy                               Course Director:Charles Nenadic, MS, JD,
                                                     PE
•  Training Techniques
                                                     Course Dates:
Course Director: James D. Romine, MS,
                                                     March 8-12, 2010
CIH, CHMM, CSP
                                                     August 16-20, 2010
Course Dates:
                                                     Class Size: 30 maximum
July 19-22, 2010 - Cincinnati
                                                     Tuition: $975
Class Size: 25 maximum
                                                     Credit Awarded: 4 CEUs
Tuition: $725 each
                                                     5 ABIH (IH) CM points
Credit Awarded: 2.8CEUs
4.68ABIH(Safety) CM points                             BONUS:
                                                       Dr. Jarrell presents "How to
*These 5-day courses run concurrently on the dates
                                                       Study for Maximum Retention."
listed above.
                                                     “How to Study for Maximum Retention”




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                                                                                                   Back by Popular Demand!
Hazardous Materials                             Introduction to Industrial
Management Certification                        Toxicology                                         Industrial Hygiene
Review                                          Benefits
                                                                                                   Fundamentals
                                                Modern basic concepts of toxicology will be        Benefits
Benefits
                                                presented with emphasis on the assessment of       Fundamentals of basic techniques involved in the
Hazardous Materials Management
                                                occupational risk from data derived from both      recognition, evaluation, and control of potential
Certification is an important credential for
                                                epidemiologic and basic research studies.          health hazards in the workplace. This course is
hazardous materials managers/engineers. This
                                                Strategies for monitoring exposure to workers      for those with minimal previous training in
program will provide the hazardous materials
                                                also will be discussed. Special emphasis will      industrial hygiene. Use of material safety data
professional with a review of the regulatory
                                                be on currently prominent issues such as           sheets, Threshold Limit Value lists,
and administrative requirements as well as
                                                factors controlling prominent issues such as       NIOSH/OSHA publications and other sources to
technical areas in preparation for the
                                                factors controlling individual susceptibility,     detect potential health hazards are described. All
Certification Examination. The exam is
                                                assessment of mutation and cancer risk,            relevant Federal, state, and local legislation is
offered by the Hazardous Materials
                                                modern bio-monitoring methods, and                 reviewed. Methods of evaluation for the
Management. Please contact them to make
                                                extrapolation of data from animal to man. The      presence of physical hazards (noise, heat,
arrangements to take exam.
                                                presentations will use a practical, easy-to-       radiation) and chemical hazards 9dusts, fumes,
Who Should Attend                               understand approach. A manual will be              gases, vapors) are covered in depth. Actual
Persons with responsibilities in hazardous      provided to minimize note taking and will also     industrial hygiene exposure situations through
materials management/engineering who wish       serve as a valuable source of reference            practical exercise will be covered. Sampling
to pursue professional certification.           material.                                          equipment use, direct-reading instruments,
Exam Application Information                    Who Should Attend                                  general principles of noise control, ventilation
Applications for examination must be obtained   This course is designed for individuals who        system design/evaluation, general toxicology and
from the Institute of Hazardous Materials       require a basic, comprehensive, up-to-date         ergonomics will be included.
Management, 11900 Parklawn Drive, Ste. 450,     review and understanding of toxicology in the
Rockville, MD 20852, 301/984-8969.              occupational setting. The information should       Who Should Attend
Application must be made at least six weeks     be of considerable value to all those interested   This course is designed for safety personnel, and
prior to the examination. Exams are now         in occupational health and safety, including       persons assigned to industrial hygiene
given electronically by Tactix Consulting       industrial hygienists, safety professionals, and   responsibility in a company or firm.
Group Inc., 4424 Carver Woods Drive;            nurses, and physicians.
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242 Registration for the
                                                Objectives                                         Objectives
Review Course should be made directly with
                                                • To present modern concepts in toxicology         • To furnish sufficient know for trainees to
the University of Cincinnati, using the
                                                with special emphasis on the workplace             recognize potential workplace health.
registration form in this catalogue.
                                                environment.                                       • To properly use the instruments which measure
                                                • To review current biomonitoring techniques       these hazards
Partial List of Course Topics                   and test methods for carcinogenicity and           • To understand the operations of control
 •    Laws and Regulations                      mutagenicity which are appropriate for use in      systems.
 •    Generator and Transporter                 industry
      Requirements                              • To describe available strategies for making      Partial List of Topics:
 •    Emergency Response                        risk assessments in the industrial setting.
                                                                                                   Government Regulations
 •    Management of Hazardous Materials         Partial List of Topics:
      Programs                                                                                     •   General Toxicology
                                                • Factors Controlling Individual Risk to Toxic     •   Ergonomics and Heat Stress
 •    Toxicology and Chemical Safety            Agents
 •    Industrial Hygiene                                                                           •   Measurement of Dusts, Fumes, Fibers,
                                                • Carcinogenesis and Mutagenesis Testing               Gases, Vapors
 •    Treatment and Disposal                    Methods
                                                                                                   •   Calibration and Use of Air Sampling
 •    Air Pollution                             • Current Biomonitoring Techniques
                                                                                                       Instruments
 •    Underground Storage Tanks                 • Biometrics
                                                                                                   •   Noise and Radiation Measurement
 •    Polychlorinated Biphenyls                 • Pharmacokinetics and Risk Assessment
                                                                                                       Ventilation Measurement and Design
 •    Superfund                                 • Toxic Responses of Selected Individual
                                                Tissues                                            •   Useful References in Industrial Hygiene
 •    Property Assessments
                                                                                                   •   Administration and Work Practice Controls
                                                Course Director: C. Stewart Baxter, Ph.D.          •   Personal Protective Equipment, including
Course Director: James D. Romine, MS,
                                                                                                       Respirators
CIH, CHMM, CSP
                                                Course Dates:       September 14-17, 2010
                                                                                                   Course Director: Charles Nenadic, MS, JD,
Course Dates:      May 11-13, 2010
                                                Class Size:         25 maximum                                       PE, IH
                                                                                                   Course Dates:     April 20-23, 2010
Class Size:        25 maximum
                                                Tuition:            $750                           Class Size:       25 maximum
                                                                                                   Tuition:          $800
Class Tuition:     $595
                                                Credit Awarded: 2.4 CEUs                           Credit Awarded: 2.4 CEUs
                                                4.01 ABIH (IH) CM points                                             4.0 ABIH (IH) CM points
Credit Awarded: 1.8 CEUs
                3.09 ABIH(IH) CM points




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ERGONOMICS
CERTIFICATE SERIES                                              Ergonomic Control                                  Ergonomics of
                                                                Programs to Prevent                                Occupational Hand-Arm
The following courses are offered as an                         Injuries in Industry*                              and Whole-Body Vibration
ergonomic certificate series:
                                                                Partial List of Course Topics                      in Industry (NIOSH 596)
● OSHA #2250 (Principles of Ergonomics                          •  Identification of Workplace Hazards and
Applied to Work-Related Musculoskeletal and                        Medical Case Outcome                            This course was developed for NIOSH by the
Nerve Disorders (formerly "Occpational                          •  Ergonomics Control Program Structure            University of Cincinnati's course Director, Don
Ergonomics")...........................................3 days      and Function                                    Wasserman. Mr. Wasserman has presented the
                                                                •  Development of New Information                  course all over the country garnering praise
● Ergonomic Control Programs to Prevent                            Systems to Target Musculoskeletal Injury        from attendees.
Injuries in Inudstry..................................2 days       Hazards
                                                                •  Selection and Coordination of an In-Plant       Partial List of Topics:
● Ergonomics of Occupational Hand-Arm and                          Task Force                                         Basic Vibration/Ergonomics Principles
Whole-Body Vibration (NIOSH 596).....2 days                     •  Use of the Task Force Team to reduce               and Terminology
                                                                   Workplace Hazards                                  Vibration Sources and Frequency Ranges
  and                                                           •  Identification of Jobs with Potential              Affecting Workers
                                                                   Musculoskeletal Injury through                     Hand-arm and Whole-body Vibration
● Office Ergonomics...............................2 days           Biomechanical Modeling                             Medical, Physiological, Pathological, and
                                                                •  Solutions for Jobs which need                      Safety Aspects of Hand-arm and Whole-
Most of the courses are offered one to two                         Administrative and Engineering Controls            body Vibration
times per year in ergonomic "institutes," so you                •  Active Medical Surveillance to Determine           Cumulative Trauma Disorders and Their
can save on travel costs as well as receive a                      Ergonomic Stressors                                Relationships to Vibration Exposure
10% discount on courses taken together in an                    •  Use of Passive and Directed Passive                Transducers Used for Vibration
institute. Some of these courses may only be                       Medical Surveillance to target Ergonomic           Measurments
found at certain Educational and Research                          Streesors and Implement Controls                   Vibration Instrumentation Systems
Centers supported by NIOSH.                                     •  Back and Upper Limb Surgery: Case                  Collection and Recording of Vibration
                                                                   Studies                                            Data
Here are some of the organizatons that have                     •  Physical Therapy: Work hardening and               Vibration Data Analysis
profited from these programs:                                      Prevetion of Secondary Injuries                    Techniques/Application Standards
                                                                •  Use of Biomedical modeling to Determine            Ergonomic, Human Factors, and
3M Company, Procter & Gamble,Indiana Bell,                         the Best Strategies for Control                    Biodynamic Methods
ATEC Associates, Shell Oil, Merrell Dow                                                                               Personal Protection and Work Practices
Pharmaceuticals, A T & T, Purdue University,                                                                          Controlling Vibration Using Computer
General Motors Corporation, EPA Honda of                        Laboratories
                                                                                                                      Techniques
America, Ford Motor Company, Martin-                            •  Videoanalysis of Jobs to Identify Low
Marrietta Energy Systems, New Jersey                               Back Stressors of the Back and Upper            Course Director: Donald E. Wasserman,
Department of Health, Eil Lilly & Company,                         Limbs                                           MSEE, MBA
Great American Insurance, Scott Paper                           •  Use of Biomechanical Computer Model to
Company, University of South Florida, Aetna                        Predict Risk for Injury to the Back             Course Dates: November 5-6, 2009
Life and Casualty, Cincinnati Bell Telephone,                   •  Work Station Evaluation and Design              October 28-29, 2010
Johnson Controls, U.S. Air Force, OSHA,                         •  Field Trip
Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, PPG                                                                              Tuition: $465
Corporation, USDA, Dow Chemical, AIG.                           Course Director: James D. McGlothlin, MPH,         Credit Awarded: 1.4 CEUs
                                                                PhD, CPE                                           2.34 ABIH(IH) CM points
                                                                Course Dates:
                                                                July 29-30, 2010

                                                                Class Size: 25 maximum
                                                                Tuition: $525
                                                                Credit Awarded: 1.4 CEUs
                                                                2.34 ABIH(IH) CM points

                                                                *Occupational Ergonomics (OSHA#2250) or
                                                                equivalent experience/training is a prerequisite
                                                                for Ergonomic Control Programs to prevent
                                                                Injuries in Industry.




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Office Ergonomics                                  Principles of Ergonomics                           Annual Pilot Research
Course Objectives                                  Applied to Work-Related                            Project Symposium
Trainees will gain an understanding of the         Musculoskeletal and Nerve                          This symposium disseminates the results of the
principles and techniques for applying state-of-                                                      pilot research projects and shows the diverse
the-science ergonomic controls to office           Disorders, OSHA2250                                research interests among investigators, faculty
musculoskeletal disorders. Trainees will learn     (formerly "Occupational                            and students in occupational health and safety
the seven steps of an ergonomics program           Ergonomics")*                                      areas. It is intended to foster the development
approach to identify, analyze, solve, and                                                             of additional collaborative efforts and to
                                                   Partial List of Course Topics
prevent problems associated with office work                                                          illustrate the many opportunities for pursuing
environments. Finally, trainees will gets hands-   •  Manual Materials Handling/NIOSH Work
                                                      Practices                                       occupational health and safety research.
on training in how to recognize, evaluate, and
modify real-world office work stations to          •  Job Analysis
reduce and prevent musculoskeletal disorders.      •  Ergonomic Aspects of VDT Stations
                                                                                                      Course Director: Amit Bhattacharya, PhD,
Partial List of Course Topics                      •  Workplace/Tool Design                           CPE
     Identifying the most common office-           •  Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Other CTDs
     related musculoskeletal disorders             •  Anthropometry and Biomechanics                  Course Date: October 14-15, 2010
     Solving musculoskeletal disorders by          •  Vibration White Finger Disease
     using office ergonomics guidelines            •  Predictive Computer Models                      Tuition: none
     Symptoms                                      •  Ergonomic Case Studies
     Survey checklists                             •  Rehabilitation of the Worker with Chronic       Credit Awarded: .6 CEU
     NIOSH Lifting Evaluation                         Disability                                      1 ABIH (IH) CM point
     2-D and 3-D analysis of work postures and     •  Functional Capacity Evaluation Relevant         Approval #09-3729
     stressors                                        to
     Workstation organization and design           •  Job Demands
     Field evaluation and applications!            •  Developing and Managing an Ergonomics
                                                      Program
Course Director: James D. McGlothlin, PhD,         •  Practical Risk Assessment and Methods
CPE                                                •  OSHA's Ergonomics Program
                                                   •  Heat Stress
Course Dates: November 3-4, 2009                      Industrial Lighting
October 26-27, 2010
                                                   Laboratories
Class Size: 25 maximum                             •  Safe Lifting Technique and Lifting
                                                      Strength Testing
Tuition: $465                                      •  Evaluation of the VDT Workstation
                                                   •  Use of Videography and an Ergonomic
Credit Awarded: 1.4 CEUs                              Checklist to Identify Upper Extremity
2.34 ABIH(IH) CM points                               Trauma
                                                   •  Computer Models for Ergonomic Problem
                                                      Solving
                                                   •  Heat Stress Measurement

                                                   Course Director:: Amit Bhattacharya, PhD,
                                                   CPE

                                                   Course Dates:
                                                   July 26-28, 2010

                                                   Tuition: $675

                                                   Credit Awarded: 2.1 CEUs
                                                   1.9 OSHA CEUs
                                                   3.01 ABIH(IH) CM points
                                                   * Text: Occupational Ergonomics: Theory and
                                                   Applications, 1996, will be available for
                                                   purchase at a discounted price at the Cincinnati
                                                   course.




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                                                      OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE
                                               Occupational Medicine Training – On-line Modules
Industrial Ventilation                         Barriers to Employability – explains the difference between disability and “ability”
Benefits                                       examinations and discusses five categories of barriers to re-employment.
This course provides the participant with a    The Cost of Disability – addresses the requirements for occupational physicians in
detailed working knowledge of basic            regard to the cost of disability for workers. This topic is covered on the certification
airflow principles, local exhaust system       examination for occupational physicians. This module consists of a streaming video
design procedures, dilution ventilation        of the course instructor synchronized with his PowerPoint presentation.
system design, fan selection principles, and   Ethics In Occupational Medicine Practice – Two major causes of ethical conflict in
air cleaner selection. Traditional lecture     occupational medicine practice are presented in this module. Numerous specific
sessions, design problem sessions, and         examples are given.
laboratory sessions are used throughout the    Periodic Medical Evaluations - an overview of the different basic types of periodic
course to aid the participants’
understanding of the subject material.
                                               medical evaluations. The rationale for performing these examinations, content of
Hands-on laboratory sessions are used to       typical examinations and issues dealing with writing reports and communicating
teach the selection and use of ventilation     results to patients and companies is discussed. The effect of the Americans with
measurement instrumentation and                Disabilities Act on the performance of periodic medical examinations is reviewed.
techniques for evaluating the performance      Productive Aging: Managing the Health & Safety of An Aging Workforce –
of existing local exhaust and dilution         Parts I & II – These two modules are each approximately one-hour in length. Part I
ventilation systems.                           should be completed before Part II. The modules describe and dispel myths
                                               regarding older workers and outline strategies and issues to be considered by
Who Should Attend                              employers of older workers.
The course is designed for industrial          Respiratory Medical Clearance - contains a discussion of the physiologic stresses
hygienists, plant engineers, and facility      resulting from respirator use and an overview of recommendations for medical
administrators who have the responsibility
for specifying new local exhaust or
                                               evaluation for respirator clearance.
dilution ventilation systems, modifying
existing systems, selecting appropriate air         Course Instructor: Douglas H. Linz, MD, MS, completed medical school,
cleaning devices, maintaining the effective         internship and residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Michigan Medical
operation of existing systems, or using             Center. Dr. Linz was a faculty member of the Department of Environmental Health
instruments to measure critical operating           at the University of Cincinnati from 1987-1998, where he was a co-director of the
parameters of local exhaust systems.                Occupational Health Clinic and Director of the Occupational Medicine Residency
                                                    Training Program and Occupational Medicine Training Course. Currently, Dr. Linz is
Partial List of Course Topics                       the medical director of Corporate Health Services for TriHealth Corporate Health
 •    Basic Airflow Principles                      Services.
 •    Local Exhaust Hood Design
 •    Fan principles and Fan Selection         Tuition: $30 per module
 •    Exhaust Hood Evaluation                  Credit Awarded: 1 CME (longer modules may be more)
      Laboratory                                                .1 CEU
 •    Dilution Ventilation
 •    Local Exhaust System Design              The University of Cincinnati College of Medicine designates this educational activity for a
 •    Exhaust System Measurement               maximum of 1.0 or 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 CME Credit(s)TM. Physicians should only claim
      Laboratory                               credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in each module.
 •    Air Cleaner Selection                    The University of Cincinnati is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical
 •    Selection and Use of Measurement         Education (ACCME) to sponsor medical education for physicians.
      Instruments
                                               Also: (no fee for these lectures)
Course Director: Charles Nenadic, MS,
JD, PE, IH                                     D.A. Henderson, MD:
                                               “The Death and Resurrection of a Virus” and
Course Dates:                                  “New Infectious Disease Challenges for the 21st Century
June 28-30, 2010
                                               R.A. Hatchett, MD:
Class Size: 25 maximum                         “Community Planning for Pandemic Influenza”
                                               http://webcentral.uc.edu/cpd_online2/cmevideos.cfm
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Tuition: $725

Credit Awarded: 2.1 CEUs;
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  Respiratory and Spirometry Courses: Call Dr. Roy T. McKay: 513/558-1234 to register!

Overview of Respiratory                              NIOSH-Approved Spirometry                           Spirometry for Physicians
Protection                                           This NIOSH-approved spirometry training             This one-day course provides guidelines for
This course provides a practical overview of         course (approval #010) deals with all aspects of    interpretation of pulmonary function test
respirators and respirator program                   spirometry testing, and uses a combination of       results. At the end of this one-day course the
requirements,and is designed primarily for           lectures and hands-on practice. At the end of       physician will be able to incorporate the recent
students with little/no prior formal training.       this 3-day course the participant will be able to   changes in spirometry standards and guidelines
Although supplied air and self-contained             use the proper technique to obtain test results     by the American Thoracic Society to help the
(SCBA) respirators will be discussed, the            meeting American Thoracic Society (ATS)             physician understand correct interpretation
emphasis of this course will be on air-purifying     requirements. The students will be able to          techniques, to use new and better methods to
half- and full-face respirators.                     calculate specific test results and to understand   identify significant changers in lung function;
Partial List of Course Topics                        their meaning.                                      and to identify persons with true lung disease
  •    use, selection and care of respirators        Partial List of Course Topics                       versus test variability.
  •    respirator program requirements                 •    Rationale for Spirometry Testing in the      Partial List of Course Topics
  •    regulations (OSHA, NIOSH, ANSI)                      Workplace                                      •    Definitions and Significance of FVC,
  •    filters and cartridge for APRs                  •    Measurement and Calculation of FVC,                 FEV1, FEF25-275% Peak Flow, FEF50%,
                                                            FEV1, FEV1/FEC ratio                                FEF25%, etc,
  •    problem solving, common pitfalls
                                                       •    Technique for Performing Spirometry             •   How to review tracings for test quality
  •    requirements for medical clearance
                                                       •    Hands-on Spirometry Testing                     •   Recent Changes in ATS Standards and
  •    fit test requirements
                                                       •    Interpretation of Test Results                      other Guidelines
Course Director: Roy T. McKay, PhD
                                                       •    Instruments Standards and                    Course Date: October 7, 2009
Course Dates: September 29, 2009
                                                            Requirements                                 October 5, 2010
January 19, 2010
                                                     Course Director: Roy T. McKay, Ph.D.                Tuition: $330
May 11, 2010
                                                     Course Dates January 12-14, 2010                    Credit Awarded: .7 CEUs
October 12, 2010
                                                     April 20-22, 2010                                   1.17 ABIH (IH) CM point
Tuition: $230 *
Credit Awarded: .7 CEUs                              July 13-15, 2010
2.34 ABIH (IH) CM point                              September 14-16, 2010                               Spirometry Refresher (NIOSH-
*Take this course with "Respirator Fit Testing       October 26-28, 2010                                 approved)
Workshop" for $560.                                                                                      This one-day NIOSH-approved refresher
                                                     Tuition: $595
                                                     Credit Awarded: 2.3 CEUs                            course will review recent changes in spirometry
                                                     3.84 ABIH(IH) CM pts.                               standards and guidelines published by the
Respirator Fit Testing Workshop                      23.1 Nursing Contact hours                          American Thoracic Society (ATS) and
This two-day workshop provides detailed                                                                  European Respiratory Society (ERS). As of
information and "hands-on" experience for                                                                January 2009, technicians must now complete
                                                     Respirator Selection and                            an approved Refresher course every 5 years to
conducting qualitative and quantitative
respirator fit testing. At the end of this two-day   Change-out Schedule Workshop                        keep their NIOSH-Approved Spirometry
workshop the student will be able to conduct         This 2-day workshop will provide guidance on        course certificate active. This program will
respirator fit testing including qualitative and     respirator selection and the development of         also provide additional insight towards the
quantitative methods to satisfy regulatory           OSHA-compliant change-out schedules for             understanding, significance, and interpretation
requirements.                                        cartridges and filters. At the end of this 2-day    of lung function tests. Students will also gain a
Partial List of Course Topics                        workshop the student will be able to select a       better understanding of sub-maximal effort,
  •   How to inspect respirators prior to fit        respirator based on workplace conditions            invalid maneuvers, and other factors that affect
      testing.                                       (exposure level, type of contaminant, etc.).        interpretation of the test. Examples of poorly
                                                     This comprehensive course will train students       conducted tests will be used to provide insight
  •   Mask donning, fitting tips, user seal
                                                     on twelve different methods for determination       towards improving coaching technique.
      checks
                                                     of cartridge change out schedules, including        Course Dates: December 8, 2009 Tampa, FL
  •   Saccharin Sweetener and Bitrex
                                                     three methods for handling mixtures.                May 18, 2010 Cincinnati, OH
      Qualitative fit test procedures and
                                                     Partial List of Course Topics                       December 7, 2010 Tampa, FL
      demonstrations
  •   Quantitative fit testing with the TSI            •    OSHA guidelines for respirator
                                                            selection                                    Tuition: $310
      PortaCount & Fit Tester 3000                                                                       Credit Awarded: .7 CEUs
  •   Interpretation of Test Results                    •   Respirator selection tricks of the trade
                                                                                                         7 Nursing Contact hours
Course Director: Roy T. McKay, PhD                      •   Filter selection issues.
                                                                                                         1.17 ABIH (IH) CM point
Course Dates: January 20-21, 2010                       •   Calculating MUC's for mixtures
October 13-14, 2010                                     •   Practical problems and solutions
                                                        •   Models for change out schedules
Tuition: $410 *                                      Course Director: Roy T. Mckay, Ph.D.                To Register for Dr. McKay’s courses go
Credit Awarded: 1.4 CEUs                             Course Date: February 23-24, 2010                   to: www.DrMcKay.com
2.34 ABIH (IH) CM points                             Salt Lake City, UT
*Take this course with "Overview of                  Tuition: $430
Respiratory Protection" for $560.                    Credit Awarded: 1.1 CEUS
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Quantitative Fit Test Workshop                          Principles and Practice of Occupational
At the end of this one-day workshop t he student
will be able to fit test a variety of different style
respirators including filtering facepieces,
                                                        Health Nursing
elastomeric half and full facepiece respirators as      This course will provide on overview of the concepts and principles important to
recommended by OSHA with TSI PortaCount, TSI            the practice of occupational health nursing. Content will include the roles and
PortaCount with N-95 Companion, and the OHD Fit         functions of the occupational health nurse, legal and regulatory issues affecting
Tester 3000. Students will learn how to set-up,         occupational health and safety, health promotion/protection program planning,
operate, maintain, troubleshoot, analyze, and           and principles related to hazard exposure assessment and management in the
interpret fit test results. This course is only for     workplace. The occupational health nurse's role as a member of the interdis-
quantitative fit testing methods
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Course Director: Roy T. Mckay, Ph.D.                    Course Objectives
                                                        • Discuss a conceptual framework for occupational health nursing practice;
Course Date:             September 30, 2009             • Discuss the scope of practice in occupational health nursing and related functions;
                         May 12, 2010
                                                        • Discuss legal/regulatory issues related to occupational health and safety;
Tuition:                 $310/460*                      • Describe the importance of health promotion/protection programs affecting
                                                          the health of workers;
Credit Awarded: .7 CEUS                                 • Identify principles of toxicology and hazard recognition as applied to the worksite;
                 1.17 ABIH(IH) CM points                • Discuss the application of interdisciplinary team functioning at the worksite.

                                                        Course Director: L. Sue Davis, PhD,COHN
* Take this course with "Overview of Respiratory
     Protection" for $460, total.                       Course Date:      TBD

To Register for Dr. McKay’s courses go to:              Tuition:          $325
www.DrMcKay.com
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                                                                        14 Nursing contact hours




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  LEAD ABATEMENT COURSES
                                                                                                   LEAD EXPOSURE RISK
                                                                                                   ASSESSMENT
LEAD ABATEMENT                                LEAD INSPECTOR
TRAINING FOR                                  TRAINING                                             Objectives
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                                                                                                   At the conclusion of this course the
SUPERVISORS/                                                                                       trainees will be able to:
CONTRACTORS                                                                                           •    conduct risk assessment activities
                                              Objectives
                                                                                                           in public housing and large
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This training is designed for those persons   At the conclusion of this course the individuals
with responsibilities for designing,                                                                       apartment complexes utilizing the
                                              will be able to:
planning, or conducting lead-based paint,                                                                  HUD protocol.
                                                •     Inspect for lead-based paint in the
soil and/or dust abatement in the                                                                     •    Recommend abatement and/or in-
                                                      residential setting and other sources of
residential setting. Course instructors are                                                                place maintenance response
                                                      lead, such as water, soil, and dust.
on the forefront of the development and                                                                    actions.
                                                •     Describe the performance and
implementation of lead abatement                      limitations of all lead testing techniques
programs in the United States.                                                                     Prerequisite
                                                      and the methods used in their
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                                                                                                   Completion of Lead Inspector Training
                                                      implementation.                              is a prerequisite for attending this course.
Who Should Attend
Individuals interested in becoming            This course also provides information on
licensed lead abatement supervisors or                                                             Partial List of Course Topics
                                              sample collection techniques in different
contractors.                                  media. The focus in each of these areas is on
                                                                                                       •   HUD's Guidelines and Risk
                                              the role of the inspector and what the inspector
Partial List of Course Topics                                                                              Assessment Protocol
                                              needs to know about the topic being discussed.
                                                                                                       •   Developing in-place Management
  •    Health Effects of Lead Exposure                                                                     Programs
                                              Who Should Attend
  •    Medical Surveillance                   Individuals engaged in inspection of facilities          •   Risk Assessment Report Forms
  •    XRF Lead-in-Paint Analyzers            for sources of lead contamination, such as               •   Recommendations for Control of
  •    Governmental Regulations               lead-based paint, water, soil and dust.                      Hazards
  •    Project Management
                                                                                                   Course Director: William Menrath, MS
  •    Respiratory Protection                 Partial List of Course Topics
                                                                                                   Course Dates:
  •    Environmental Sampling
                                                  •   History of Lead Use                          September 24-25, 2009
  •    Lead Abatement Techniques                                                                   September 23-24, 2010
  •    Clearance Criteria                         •   Sources of Environmental Lead
                                                                                                   (Additional dates will be listed on the
  •    Waste Disposal                                 Contamination
                                                                                                   web site.)
  •    Cost Estimation                            •   Regulatory Background
                                                                                                   Class Size: 30 maximum
  •    Legal & Insurance Issues                   •   Health Effects                               Tuition: $295
                                                  •   Theory and Use of SRF Analyzers              (Credit Awarded:
Course Director: William Menrath, MS              •   Testing Operations and Sampling Plans        2.67 ABIH (IH) CM Points
Course Dates:      August 24-28, 2009                                                              1.4 CEUs
                   February 22-26, 2010       Course Director: William Menrath, MS                 Tuition includes exam.
                   August 23-27,2010
(Additional dates will be listed on the web   Course Dates:
site.)                                        September 21-23, 2009                                CLEARANCE
                                              September 20-22, 2010                                TECHNICIAN TRAINING
Class Size: 30 maximum                        (Additional dates will be listed on the web
                                              site.)                                               This one-day course will provide trainees
                                                                                                   with the training required to take an Ohio
Tuition: $795
                                              Class Size: 30 maximum                               State Clearance Technician licensing
                                                                                                   exam. Upon passing the state exam, the
Credit Awarded: 3.5 CEUs
                                              Tuition: $550                                        trainee becomes licensed in the State of
        5.34 ABIH CM Points
                                                                                                   Ohio as a Clearance Technician. This
                                              Credit Awarded: 3 ABIH (IH) CM Points                license must be renewed every 2 years
Tuition includes exam.
                                                              4.01 CEUs                            and a 2.5 Refresher Course must be taken
                                                                                                   every 4 years. This course provides
  Lead abatement courses
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                                              Tuition includes exam.                               trainees with the skills to provide lead
                                                                                                   dust clearance sampling for non-
   are approved by Ohio,                                                                           abatement lead work. This includes
     Illinois, Indiana,                                                                            visual inspection, the sampling,
                                                                                                   interpreting results and report writing.
       and Kentucky                                                                                There is an exam at the end of the course.
  Departments of Health.
                                                                                                   Course Dates: Future Dates to be listed
                                                                                                   on web site: www.eh.uc.edu/hsce
                                                                                                   Tuition: $100


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LEAD ABATEMENT                                LEAD SAFETY FOR RENOVATION, REPAIR, AND
REFRESHER COURSES                             PAINTING (RRP) INITIAL COURSE
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This training is required bi-annually to      EPA’s Renovation, Repair and Painting Final Rule (40 CFR 745) requires that renovations
extend Ohio licensing for Lead Abatement      conducted for compensation, must be performed by Certified Firms using Certified
Inspectors, Assessors, and Contractors.       Renovators, Renovation firms that wish to work in pre-1978 homes and child-occupied
Ask us about other states.                    facilities must apply to EPA and pay a fee in order to become certified. Renovators seeking
Please include a copy of your original        to become Certified Renovators must successfully complete an EPA-accredited renovator
course certificate and any refresher course   course or a course accredited by an EPA authorized State or Tribe. This course is the EPA
certificates with your registration. We       model course for Certified Renovators and as such meets all requirements in 40 CFR
must have these to process your               745.90.
registration.
                                              This course will teach you how to comply with the EPA Renovation, Repair and Painting
                                              Rule and the HUD Lead Safe Housing Rule, and how to perform lead-safe work practices
Lead Supervisor                               safely and effectively.
Refresher Course
                                              Once you have successfully completed this Certified Renovator Initial Course, delivered by
Course Dates: September 02, 2009
                                              an EPA-accredited training provider, you will be an EPA Certified Renovator. EPA
December 15, 2009
                                              Certified Renovator status will allow you to do lead safe renovation, repair, and painting
April 08, 2010
                                              work in pre 1978 housing and in child-occupied facilities where work will disturb lead-
August 02, 2010
                                              based paint. Your certification is valid for five years from the date of completion of the
December 13, 2010
                                              course. To renew certification after five years, you must successfully complete another
                                              EPA-accredited Certified Renovator Refresher Course before your initial certification
Class Size: 20 maximum
                                              expires. Refresher training must be taken every five years to maintain certification. If the
Tuition: $195
                                              certified renovator training is not refreshed within five years of the previous training, you
Credit Awarded: .7 CEU
                                              must retake the initial course to become certified again.
1.34 ABIH CM Point
Tuition includes exam.
                                              Course Director: William Menrath, MS
                                              Course Date:
Lead Risk Assessor                            EPA HUD GRANTCOURSES; NO FEE
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                                              January 29, 2010 (Closed)                   August 13, 2010
Refresher Course                              February 19, 2010 (Closed)                  September 17, 2010
Course Dates: September 03, 2009              March 19, 2010 (Closed))                    October 29, 2010
December 16, 2009                             April 23, 2010 (Closed)                     November 19, 2010
April 09, 2010                                May 14, 2010 (Closed)                        December 17, 2010
August 03, 2010                               June 25, 2010 (Closed)
December 14, 2010                             July 23, 2010
                                              OPEN ENROLLMENT COURSES; COURSE FEE: $195
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Class Size: 20 maximum                        January 4, 2010               March 24, 2010
Tuition: $195                                 February 15, 2010             April 16, 2010 (Dayton)
Credit Awarded: .7 CEU                        March 9, 2010
1.34 ABIH CM Point                            April 12, 2010
Tuition includes exam.
                                              RRP REFRESHER COURSE
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                                              If you have already completed a HUD- or State-Approved Lead
                                              Safety for Renovation, Repair, and Painting Initial Course,
                                              you only need to complete this refresher course to become
                                              U.S. EPA-certified.
                                              Tuition: $95
                                              Course Director: William Menrath, MS
                                              Course Dates:
                                              January 28, 2010 (8:00-12:30)
                                              February 18, 2010
                                              March 18, 2010 (1:00-5:30)
                                              April 22, 2010 (8:00-12:30)
                                              May 13, 2010 (8:00-12:30)
                                              June 24, 2010 (8:00-12:30)
                                              July 22, 2010 (8:00-12:30)
                                              August12, 2010 (8:00-12:30)
                                              September 16, 2010 (8:00-12:30
                                              October 28, 2010 (1:00-5:30)
                                              November 18, 2010 (8:00-12:30
                                              December 16, 2010 (8:00-12:30



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ASBESTOS ABATEMENT REFRESHER
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COURSES                                                              Abatement Practices Refresher
Please include a copy of your original course certificate and any    Course
refresher course certificates with your registration. We must have
                                                                     This training is required annually to extend EPA AHERA
these to process your registration for the following refresher
                                                                     Contractor/ Supervisor Accreditation as well as Ohio
courses.
                                                                     Asbestos Hazard Abatement Specialist Accreditation. An
                                                                     EPA AHERA approved five-day Contractor/Supervisor
Building Inspection                                                  Asbestos Abatement Practices course or the equivalent is a
                                                                     prerequisite.
Procedures/Management Planner                                        Class Size: 25 maximum
Training Refresher Course                                            Tuition: $195
This training is required annually to extend EPA AHERA Inspector     Course Dates:
and Management Planner Accreditation, as well as the Ohio            Cincinnati : September 11, 2009
Asbestos Hazard Evaluation Specialist Accreditation. An EPA          December 2, 2009
AHERA approved Building Inspection Procedures and/or                 February 4, 2010
Management Planner Training course or the equivalent is a            May 19, 2010
prerequisite.                                                        July 7, 2010
Class Size: 25 maximum                                               September 8, 2010
Tuition: $195                                                        December 1, 2010
Course Dates:                                                        Credit Awarded: .7 CEU
Cincinnati: September 10, 2009                                       1.34 ABIH CM point
December 3, 2009                                                     Tuition includes exam.
February 5, 2010
May 20, 2010                                                         Project Designer Refresher Course
July 8, 2010
                                                                     This training is required annually to extend EPA AHERA
September 9, 2010
                                                                     Project Designer, as well as the Ohio Asbestos Hazard
December 2, 2010
                                                                     Project Designer Specialist accreditation. An EPA
                                                                     AHERA/Ohio Department of Health Project Designer
Credit Awarded: .7 CEUs
                                                                     training course or the equivalent is a prerequisite.
1.34 ABIH CM point
                                                                     Class Size: 25 maximum
                                                                     Tuition: $195
Tuition includes exam.
                                                                     Course Dates:
                                                                     Cincinnati : September 9, 2009
                                                                     December 4, 2009
                                                                     May 21, 2010
    Call 800.207.9399 to find in what states                         July 9, 2010
                                                                     September 10, 2010
     these Asbestos Abatement courses are                            December 3, 2010
                   approved.
                                                                     Credit Awarded: .7
                                                                     1.34 ABIH CM point

                                                                     Tuition includes exam.




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ESSENTIALS FOR HEALTHY
HOMES PRACTITIONERS
COURSE
This course was developed by HUD and the
CDC&P for people who go into homes for
delivery of health services, inspections or
environmental work. The training was developed
to help these individuals understand the
connection between health and housing and how
to take a holistic approach to identify problems
that threaten the health and well-being of
residents. Everyone from a public health nurse
visiting a client to an environmental health
professional doing a rodent inspection will gain
insight into how housing and health are related
and actions they can take to improve the health of
their clients. The two-day course brings together
professionals with a variety of perspectives and
experiences in a series of exercises, which keep
the training lively and engaging.
The training complements hazard-specific training
in lead-based paint, radon, mold, pests, and
asbestos by identifying root causes of health
problems in a home and linking them to seven
principles of healthy housing: keep it dry; keep it
clean; keep it pest-free; keep it ventilated; keep it
safe, avoid contaminants; and maintain the house.
Course participants will learn how enhanced
design, renovation and maintenance activities will
help keep a home healthy.

Course Dates: Future Dates to be listed on our
web page.

For more information about the above-described
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course, contact: William Menrath, MS 513/558-
0309 or
bill.menrath@uc.edu
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                                                 GREAT LAKES REGIONAL OSHA EDUCATION CENTER -
                                                 University of Cincinnati
                                                 Location Codes:            ACI = Allied Construction Industry - Cincinnati, OH
                                                                            CIN  = University of Cincinnati - Cincinnati, OH
                                                                            ICWUC= University of Cincinnati - Cincinnati, OH
                                                                            HTC = Hennepin Tech College -Eden Prairie, MN
                                                                            SA   = Safety Alliance, West Chester, OH
                                                                            SCNW = Safety Council of NW Ohio, Toledo, OH
                                                                             BX  = Builders Exchange, Columbus, OH
                                                                             SSP = Shawnee State, Portsmouth, OH
                                                                             FUO = Franklin University, Columbus, OH
                                                                             FUI = Franklin University, Indianapolis, IN
                                                                            Note: Course directors and locations are for CIN (Cincinnati)
                                                                                  unless otherwise noted.


Collateral Duty Course for                       Disaster Site Worker                                Disaster Site Worker Train-
Other Federal Agencies,                          Course, OSHA 7600                                   The-Trainer Course, OSHA
OSHA 6000                                        This 16-hour course is for skilled construction     5600
                                                 trade workers at natural and man-made
This course introduces Federal agency                                                                This 26-hour course is for skilled construction
                                                 disaster sites. It is designed to develop an
collateral duty (part-time) safety and health                                                        trade workers who wish to be authorized to
                                                 awareness of incident command systems and
personnel to the OSH Act, Executive Order                                                            teach the Disaster Site Worker Course, OSHA
                                                 special safety and health hazards, including
12196, 29 CFR part 1960, and 29 CFR part                                                             7600. Prerequisite: Must be currently
                                                 CBRNE hazards that may be present at such
1910. It enables them to recognize basic                                                             authorized OSHA Construction or General
                                                 sites. Participants in this course will each
safety and health hazards in their own                                                               Industry Outreach Trainer.
                                                 complete a performance test demonstrating
workplaces, and to effectively assist agency
                                                 the ability to inspect, don, and doff a negative-
safety and health officers with inspection and
                                                 pressure air-purifying respirator.                  Partial List of Course Topics
abatement efforts. A mock workplace                                                                  • Terrorism in Perspective
                                                 Prerequisite: OSHA 10-hour construction or
inspection is conducted and student findings                                                         • Crime Scene and Secondary Devices
                                                 general industry outreach course: The 30-
are reviewed.                                                                                        • Personal Protective Equipment
                                                 hour Construction or General Industry
                                                 outreach training course is an acceptable           • BBP Issues
Partial   List of Course Topics                  substitute.                                         • Incident & Unified Command
   •      Hazard Communication                                                                       • OSHA eTool
   •      Accident Investigation                                                                     • Radiological Issues
                                                 Partial List of Course Topics
   •      OSH Act & standards                                                                        • Safe Work Practices & Hazard Recognition
                                                 • Incident Command System/Unified
   •      Walking & Working Surfaces/                                                                • Military Agents
                                                 Command System
   •      Means of Egress and Fire Protection                                                        • Industrial Chemicals
                                                 • Safety Hazards
   •      Hazardous Materials                                                                        • Biological Agents
                                                 • CBRNE Agents
                                                                                                     • Decontamination
   •      Personal Protective Equipment          • Traumatic Incident Stress Awareness
                                                                                                     • Traumatic Stress
   •      Material Handling                      • Respiratory Protection
                                                                                                     • Other Responders
                                                 • Other Personal Protective Equipment
                                                                                                     • Trainer Skills
Course Director: Mary Malotke                    • Decontamination
Course Dates: January 5-8, 2010
                                                                                                     Director: Larry Wilson
March 23-26, 2010                                Course Director: TBN
                                                                                                     Course Dates:
May 17-20, 2010                                  Course Dates: January 25-26, 2010-CIN
                                                                                                     February 23-26, 2010
July 13-16, 2010                                 Class Size: 20 maximum
                                                                                                     Class Size: 20 maximum
October 5-8, 2010                                Tuition: $550
                                                                                                     Tuition: $800
Tuition: $800                                    Credit Awarded: 2.8 CEU
                                                                                                     Credit Awarded: 2.6 OSHA CEUs,
Credit Awarded: 2.5 OSHA CEUs                    2.67 ABIH(Safety) CM points
                                                                                                     4.01 ABIH(IH) CM points
3.84 ABIH (IH) CM Points




All OSHA Courses meet BCSP criteria for continuation of certification credit.


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Electrical Standards, OSHA                         Excavation, Trenching and Fall Arrest Systems,
3095                                               Soil Mechanics, OSHA 3010 OSHA 3110
This course is designed to provide the trainee     This course focuses on OSHA standards and            This course provides an overview of state-of-
with an overview of electrical installations and   the safety aspects of excavation and training.       the-art technology for fall protection and
equipment. Emphasis is placed on controlling       Trainees are introduced to practical soil            current OSHA requirements.
electrical hazards by the application of OSHA      mechanics and its relationship to the stability of
standards and the National Electrical Code.        shored and unshored slopes and walls of
Topics include grounding requirements and          excavations. Various types of shoring (wood          Partial List of Course Topics
overcurrent protection for both portable and       timbers and hydraulic) are covered. Testing          • Principles of fall protection
fixed equipment.                                   methods are demonstrated and a half-day field        • Components of fall arrest systems
                                                   exercise is conducted allowing students to use       • Limitations of fall arrest equipment
                                                   penetrometers, torvane shears and engineering        • OSHA policies regarding fall protection
                                                   rods.                                                This course features a one-day field exercise
Learning objectives                                                                                     demonstrating fall protection equipment.
Trainees who successfully complete this course
                                                   Learning objectives                                  Course Objectives
should be able to:
                                                   Trainees who successfully complete this course       At the completion of this course, the
• Recognize the hazards of electricity
                                                   should be able to:                                   participants will be able to:
• Apply fundamentals of electricity
                                                   • Identify general excavation hazards                • Identify employer’s responsibility of
• Explain electrical equipment functionality
                                                   • Identify types of protective systems used at       providing fall protection
• Assess electrical safety related work practice
                                                   excavation sites as described in standard            • Identify conventional methods of fall
[ESRWP] conditions
                                                   • Identify types of acceptable soil testing          protection;
• Apply OSHA and consensus electrical
                                                   methods used to classify rock and soil deposits      • Identify fall arrest requirements;
standards
                                                   • Identify sloping system design requirements        • Identify lifelines in a fall arrest system;
• Recognize elements of power elements of
                                                   • Identify support and shield systems                • Identify non-conventional solutions for fall
power generation, transmission and
                                                   • Apply principles of soil mechanics regarding       systems
distribution.
                                                   factors affecting soil stability                     • Identify training requirements;
                                                                                                        • Assess compliance with subparts of
                                                                                                        29CFR1926 relating to fall protection
Course Director: Larry W. Wilson                   Personal Protective                                  • Evaluate compliance of installed passive
Course Dates:                                                                                           systems and design according to OSHA
March 29-April 1, 2010                             Equipment Needed!                                    requirements;.
.                                                  Safety shoes, safety glasses and appropriate          • Assess compliance of fall arrest systems and
Class Size: 20 maximum                             clothing for field exercise must be worn.            design according to OSHA and consensus
Tuition: $800                                                                                           standard requirements;
Credit Awarded: 2.5 OSHA CEUs                      Course Director: Michael W. Hayslip, Esq.            • Evaluate components of Fall Protection Plans;
3.01 ABIH(Safety) CM points                        Course Dates:                                        • Assess compliance with residential
                                                   February 9-11, 2010                                  construction fall protection with OSHA and
                                                   June 2-4, 2010                                       consensus standards;
                                                   November 8-10, 2010                                  • Evaluate compliance of non-residential roof
                                                   Class Size: 20 maximum                               construction with OSHA and consensus
                                                   Tuition: $725                                        standards.
                                                   Credit Awarded: 1.9 OSHA CEUs                        Personal Protective
                                                   3.34 ABIH(safety) CM points
                                                                                                        Equipment Needed!
                                                                                                        Safety shoes, safety glasses and appropriate
                                                                                                        clothing for field exercise.

                                                                                                        Course Director: Larry W. Wilson

                                                                                                        Course Dates:
                                                                                                                     March 30-April 1, 2010
                                                                                                                     July 20-22, 2010
                                                                                                        Class Size: 20 maximum
                                                                                                        Tuition:     $725
                                                                                                        Credit Awarded: 2.5 OSHA CEU
                                                                                                                        3.01 ABIH (Sfty) CM points




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Hazardous Materials, OSHA Machinery and Machine                                                      OSHA Guide to Industrial
2015                                     Guarding Standards, OSHA                                    Hygiene, OSHA 521
This course covers OSHA general industry 2045                                                        Benefits
standards and integrates materials from other
consensus and proprietary standards that relate   Benefits                                           This course is designed for those who are
                                                                                                     interested in increasing their knowledge of
to hazardous materials.                           This course provides the student with an
                                                                                                     industrial hygiene practices and related OSHA
                                                  overview of various types of common
                                                                                                     regulations and procedures. Workshops are
Course Objectives                                 machinery and related safety standards. The
                                                                                                     featured.
                                                  course provides guidance in recognizing
At the completion of this course, the
                                                  hazards such as those created by points of         Who Should Attend
participants will be able to:
                                                  operation, ingoing nip points, rotating parts,     Industrial hygienists, safety engineers,
• Assess compliance with the sections of
                                                  and flying chips or sparks, and provides some      occupational health nurses, other safety
OSHA standard 29CFR1910 Subparts H and S
                                                  options to achieve abatement. A field trip is      personnel.
regarding hazardous (classified)locations;
                                                  provided to enhance students' knowledge of         Course Objectives
• Assess compliance with OSHA standard
                                                  machine guarding standards.
29CFR1910.106 regarding flammable and                                                                Students completing this course should be able
combustible liquids;                                                                                 to:
• Assess compliance with OSHA requirements        Course Objectives                                  Module 1 – Recognize air contaminants
related to compressed gases, acetylene, and       Students completing this course should be able     Module 2 – Evaluate potential air contaminants
nitrous oxide;                                    to identify possible violations of:                Module 4 - Describe methods to control health
• Assess compliance with OSHA requirements        • hazardous energy (lockout/tagout)                hazards
related to cryogenics and refrigerated liquids;   • machine guarding;                                .
• Assess compliance OSHA standard                 • woodworking machinery hazards                    Partial List of Course Topics
29CFR1910.107 and the general duty clause,        • abrasive wheel machinery hazards
                                                                                                     • Air Contaminant Sampling
related to spray finishing                        • mechanical power press hazards;
                                                                                                     • Air Contaminant Standards
• Assess compliance with OSHA standard            • mechanical power transmission apparatus;
                                                                                                     • Hazard Communication
29CFR1910.122-126 regarding dipping and           • portable powered tools/equipment; and
                                                                                                     • Hazardous Waste Standards
coating operations;                               • the special industries of mills and calendars;
                                                                                                     • Asbestos Standard
• Assess compliance with OSHA standard            in rubber and plastics industry; and forging,
                                                                                                     • Bloodborne Disease Standard
29CFR1910.111 regarding storage and               pulp and paper and bakery industries
                                                                                                     • Confined Space Standard
handling of anhydrous ammonia;
                                                                                                     • Noise Standard
 • Assess compliance with OSHA standard           Partial List of Course Topics                      • Respirator Standard
29CFR1910.110 regarding storage and
                                                  • Machinery and Machine Guarding Concepts          • Ventilation Standards
handling of liquefied petroleum gases Subpart
                                                  • Control of Hazardous Energy Sources              • Detector Tube Sampling
H..
                                                  • Portable Power Tools                             Workshops
Partial List of Course Topics                     • Robotic Safeguarding                             • Elements of a Workplace Health Program
• Hazardous Locations                             • Woodworking Machinery Requirements               and Safety/Health Program
• HazWoper                                        • Abrasive Wheel Machinery                         • Hazard Violation
• Compressed Gases                                • Mills and Calenders                              • Health Hazards Recognition
• Welding                                         • Mechanical Power Presses
• Liquefied Petroleum Gases and Flammable         • Forging Machines                                 Course Director: James D. Romine, MS, CIH,
Liquids                                                                                                               CHMM, CSP
• Spray Finishing                                 Course Director: Larry W. Wilson
• Dip Tanks                                                                                          Course Dates: March 2-5, 2010
• Cryogenics                                      Course Dates:
• Process Safety Management                                       March 8-11, 2010                   Class Size: 20 maximum

Course Director: James D. Romine, MS, CIH,        Class Size: 20 maximum                             Tuition: $800
CHMM, CSP
Course Dates:                                     Tuition: $800                                      Credit Awarded: 2.5 OSHA CEUs
October 19-22, 2010                                                                                                  4.34 ABIH(IH) CM points
                                                  Credit Awarded: 2.5 OSHA CEUs
Class Size: 20 maximum                            4.34 ABIH (Safety) CM points
Tuition: $800
Credit Awarded: 2.5 OSHA CEUs
4.34 ABIH(IH) CM points




All OSHA courses meet BCSP criteria for continuation of certification credit.

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Occupational Safety and                            Occupational Safety and                            Permit-Required Confined
Health Standards for the                           Health Standards for the                           Space Entry, OSHA 2264
Construction Industry,                             General Industry, OSHA                             This course is designed to increase trainees'
                                                                                                      knowledge of hazards associated with confined
OSHA 510                                           511                                                space entry and their environment. Trainees
This course for private sector personnel covers    This course for private sector personnel covers    who successfully complete this course should
OSHA policies, procedures, and standards, as       OSHA policies, procedures and standards, as        be able to:
well as construction safety and health             well as general industry safety and health         • Define terms specific to permit-required
principles. Topics include scope and               principles. Topics include scope and               confined space entry
application of the OSHA construction               application of the OSHA general industry           • Identify current standards governing permit-
standards. Special emphasis is place on those      standards. Special emphasis is placed on those     required space entry procedures
areas that are the most hazardous, using OSHA      areas that are the most hazardous, using OSHA      • Demonstrate the proper operation of certain
standards as a guide.                              standards as a guide.                              testing instruments and explain their limitations
                                                                                                      • Describe appropriate ventilation, personal
                                                                                                      protective equipment, and emergency
Course Objectives:                                 Course Objectives:                                 procedures that are necessary for entry into
Students completing this course should be able     Students completing this course will be able to:   permit spaces.
to:                                                • Identify the common hazards associated with
• Recognize various construction processes,        general industry workplaces
materials, and equipment                           •Locate applicable OSHA standards and
                                                                                                      Partial List of Course Topics
• Identify the most common hazards with            requirements in 29 CFR 1910                        • Permit space hazards
construction industry workplace                    •Recommend abatement methods for these             • Entry procedures
• Associate them with the applicable OSHA          hazards and violations of these standards.         • Ventilation requirements
standards and consensus standards;                                                                    • Personal Protective Equipment
• Recommend feasible abatement methods for                                                            • Permit System
these hazards and violations of these standards.   Partial List of Course Topics
                                                   • Why Safety?                                      Course Director:    Larry W. Wilson
                                                   • Overview of OSHA Standards and the Act           Course Dates:       December 14-17, 2009
Partial List of Course Topics                      • Inspections, Citations, and Penalties            Class Size:         20 maximum
• Why Safety                                       • Record Keeping                                   Tuition:            $725
• Overview of OSHA and OSHA standards              • Safety and Health Management Systems             Credit Awarded:     1.9 OSHA CEUs
• Inspections, Citations, and Penalties            • Multi-Employer Workplaces                                            2 ABIH(IH) CM points
• Multi-Employer Workplaces                        • Walking and Working Surfaces
• Safety and Health Management Systems             • Egress and Evacuation                            Note: Some math ability is required. Trainees
• Recordkeeping                                    • Fire Protection                                  will need a calculator with log functions.
• General Physical Safety Hazards                  • Machinery and Machine Guarding
 • Electrical Safety Hazards                       • Personal Protective Equipment
• Structural Safety Hazards                        • Hazardous Materials                              Principles of Ergonomics
• Mechanical Safety Hazards                        • Bloodborne Pathogens
• Health Hazards                                   • Hazard Communication                             Applied to Work-Related
Course Director: Larry W. Wilson                   • Materials Handling and Storage                   Musculoskeletal and Nerve
Course Dates:                                      • Permit-Required Confined Space Entry
January 5-8, 2010                                  • Introduction to Industrial Hygiene
                                                                                                      Disorders, OSHA 2250
February 9-12, 2010-SCNO                           • Occupational health & Environmental              This course introduces the student to the
March 23-26, 2010                                  Controls                                           application of ergonomic principles to prevent
May 17-20, 2010-SSP                                • Electrical Standards                             musculoskeletal disorders. Topics include work
May 24-27, 2010                                    • Lockout/Tagout                                   physiology, anthropometry, musculoskeletal
May 25-28, 2010-SCNO                               • Welding                                          disorders, video display terminals, and risk
June 22-25, 2010-BX                                • Hand and Portable Power Tools                    factors such as vibration, temperature, material
July 13-16, 2010                                   Course Director: Mary Malotke                      handling, repetition, and lifting and transfers in
October 25-28, 2010                                Course dates:                                      health care. Course features industrial case
Class Size: 20 maximum                             January 5-8, 2010                                  studies covering analysis and design of work
Tuition: $800                                      February 16-19, 2010-FUO                           stations and equipment, laboratory sessions in
Credit Awarded: 2.5 OSHA CEUs                      March 23-26, 2010                                  manual lifting, and coverage of current OSHA
4.34 ABIH(Safety)CM points                         May 10-13, 2010-SSP                                compliance policies.
                                                   May 17-20, 2010
                                                   July 13-16, 2010                                   Course Director: Amit Bhattacharya, PhD,
                                                   August 17-20, 2010-SCNO                                             CPE
                                                   October 5-8, 2010                                  Course Dates:    July 26-28, 2010
                                                   Class Size: 20 maximum                             Class Size:      25 maximum
                                                   Tuition: $800                                      Tuition:         $725
                                                   Credit Awarded: 2.5 OSHA CEUs                      Credit Awarded: 1.9 OSHA CEUs
                                                   4.34 ABIH(Safety) CM Points                                         3.34 ABIH (IH) CM points




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Respiratory Protection, OSHA Trainer Course for the Construction Industry Standard,
2225                         OSHA 500
This course covers the requirements              This course is designed for personnel in the private sector interested in teaching the 10- and 30-
for the establishment, maintenance,              hour construction safety and health outreach program to their employees and other interested
                                                 groups. Special emphasis is placed on those topics that are required in the 10- and 30-hour
and monitoring                                   programs as well as on those that are most hazardous, using OSHA standards as a guide. Course
of a respirator program.                         participants are briefed on effective instructional approaches and the effective use of visual aids
                                                 and handouts. This authorizes the student to become a trainer in the OSHA Outreach Training
                                                 Program and to conduct both 10- and 30-hour construction safety and health courses and to issue
Partial List of Course                           student cards to participants after verifying course completion. Prerequisite: OSHA 510, and 5
Topics                                           years of construction industry safety experience. A college degree in occupational safety and
• Terminology                                    health, a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) or a Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH)
• OSHA and ANSI standards                        designation, in the applicable training area may be substituted for two (2) years of safety work
• NIOSH Certifications                           experience
• Medical evaluation recommendations
• Workshops (an integral part of the course)     NOTE: Students in the OSHA 500 Course who wish to participate as authorized trainers in the
                                                 OSHA Outreach Training Program must prepare a presentation on an assigned OSHA
                                                 Construction Outreach topic individually or as part of a group and successfully pass a written
Course Director: varies with location            exam at the end of the course.
Course Dates:       January20-23, 2010
                                                 Course Objectives
Class Size:         25 maximum                   Upon the successful completion of this course, the participants will be able to apply adult
                                                 learning principles and training techniques to clearly identify, define, and explain construction
Tuition:            $675                         industry hazards and acceptable corrective measures in accordance with the 29CFR 1926
                                                 Construction Industry Standard as they teach 10- and 30-hour Construction Industry Courses.
Credit Awarded: 2.5 OSHA CEUs
                4.34 ABIH(IH) CM pts
                                                 Partial List of Course Topics:

                                                 Course Chair:       Larry L. Wilson
                                                 Course Dates:       February 16-19, 2010
                                                                     April 13-16, 2010
                                                                     June 15-18, 2010-SCNO
                                                                     June 22-25, 2010
                                                                     August 10-13, 2010
                                                                     September 21-24, 2010-SSP
                                                                     September 27-30, 2010
                                                                     November 2-5, 2010
                                                                     December 6-9, 2010-BX

                                                 Class Size:         25 maximum

                                                 Tuition:             $800

                                                 Credit Awarded: 2.6 OSHA CEUs
                                                                 4.34 ABIH(safety) CM points




Update for Construction Industry Outreach Trainers, OSHA 502
This course is designed for personnel in the private sector who have completed the OSHA 500 instructor course in Occupational Safety and Health
Standards for the Construction Industry and who are authorized trainers in the OSHA Outreach Training Program. It provides an update on such
topics as OSHA construction standards, policies, and regulations.
Trainees who successfully complete this course should be able to:
•    Describe the most current process, requirements, recommendations, and resources for the OSHA Outreach Trainer Program;
•    Discuss updates in OSHA’s Construction Industry Standards and policy since 2005;
•    Explain best practices for construction industry occupational safety & health;
•    Demonstrate ability to effectively deliver OSHA construction industry training as well as critique other trainers; and
•    Conduct themselves in an ethical manner, respecting their roles as Authorized OSHA Outreach Trainers.
Course Dates:                                                                            Course Director: Larry W. Wilson
December 15-17, 2009-SCNO-Toledo                   May 5-7, 2010-SCNO-Toledo             Tuition:              $600
January 20-22, 2010                                June 14-16, 2010                      Credit Awarded: 1.9 OSHA CEUs
March 3-5, 2010                                    August 2-4, 2010                                              3.01 ABIH (Safety) CM Points
March 10-12, 2010 –SCNO-Toledo                     August 24—26, 2010-BX-Columbus
October 12-14, 2010-SSP-Portsmouth                 October 12-14, 2010
                                                    December 6-8, 2010
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Trainer Course for the General Industry Standard, OSHA                                                   Update for General Industry
501                                                                                                      Outreach Trainers, OSHA
This course is designed for personnel in the private section interested in teaching the 10- and 30-      503
hour general industry safety and health outreach program to their employees and other interested
                                                                                                         This course is designed for personnel in the
groups. Special emphasis is placed on those topics that are required in the 10- and 30-hour
                                                                                                         private sector who have completed the OSHA
programs as well as on those that are most hazardous, using OSHA standards as a guide. Course
                                                                                                         501 instructor course in Occupational Safety
participant are briefed on effective instructional approaches and the effective use of visual aids and
                                                                                                         and Health Standards for the General Industry
handouts. This authorizes the student to become a trainer in the OSHA Outreach Training
                                                                                                         and who are authorized trainers in the OSHA
Program and to conduct both 10- and 30-hour general industry safety and health courses and to
                                                                                                         Outreach Training Program. It provides an
issue student cards to participants after verifying course completion. Prerequisite: OSHA 511,
                                                                                                         update on such topics as OSHA general
and 5 years of general industry safety experience. A college degree in occupational safety and
                                                                                                         industry standards, policies, and regulations.
health, a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) or a Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH)
designation, in the applicable training area may be substituted for two (2) years of safety work         Trainees who successfully complete this course
experience.                                                                                              should be able to:
NOTE: Students in the OSHA 501 Course who wish to participate as authorized trainers in the              •   describe the most current process,
OSHA Outreach Training Program must prepare a presentation on an assigned OSHA General                       requirements, recommendations, and
Industry Outreach topic individually or as part of a group and successfully pass a written exam at           resources for the OSHA Outreach Trainer
the end of the course.                                                                                       Program;
                                                                                                         •   Discuss updates in OSHA’s General
Course Objectives                                                                                            Industry Standards and policy since 2005;
Upon the successful completion of this course, the participants will be able to apply adult learning     •   Explain best practices for general industry
principles and training techniques to clearly identify, define, and explain general industry hazards         occupational safety & health;
and acceptable corrective measures in accordance with the 29CFR 1910 General Industry                    •   Demonstrate ability to effectively deliver
Regulations as they teach 10- and 30-hour General Industry Courses.                                          OSHA general industry training as well as
                                                                                                             critique other trainers; and
                                                                                                         •   Conduct themselves in an ethical manner,
Course Director: Mary Malotke                                                                                respecting their roles as Authorized OSHA
                                                                                                             Outreach Trainers.
Course Dates:       February 9-12, 2010
                    April 6-9, 2010-SCNO-Toledo
                                                                                                         Course Director: Mary Malotke
                    April 13-16, 2010
                                                                                                         Course Dates:
                    April 13-16, 2010-FUO-Columbus                                                       December 16-18, 2009-HTC
                    June 29-July 2, 2010                                                                 January 13-15, 2010
                    August 3-6, 2010                                                                     March16-18, 2010
                    September 14-17, 2010-SSP-Portsmouth                                                 April 20-22, 2010-SCNO-Toledo
                    September 27-30, 2010                                                                June 2-4, 2010
                    November 16-19, 2010                                                                 June 9-11, 2010-SCNO-Toledo
                                                                                                         August 25-27, 2010
Class Size:         25 maximum                                                                           October 13-15, 2010
                                                                                                         October 19-22, 2010-FUO-Columbus
                                                                                                         October 26-28, 2010-SSP-Portsmouth
Tuition:            $800                                                                                 December 13-15, 2010
                                                                                                         Tuition: $600
Credit Awarded: 2.6 OSHA CEUs                                                                            Credit Awarded: 1.9 OSHA CEUs
                4.34 ABIH(safety) CM points                                                              3.01 ABIH (safety) CM points




All OSHA courses meet BCSP criteria for continuation of certification credit.




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Trainer Course for the Maritime Industry, OSHA 5400                                                Trainer Course in
This course has been designed for all people working in the Maritime Industry who either want to
learn more about workplace safety and health hazard recognition or who want to become OSHA
                                                                                                   Construction Noise, OSHA
authorized trainers for the 10 and 30-hour Maritime courses. Special emphasis have been placed     7400
on those areas in the Maritime industry that are the most hazardous, using the OSHA 29 CFR         This 6-hour course is designed to increase the
1915; 1917 and 1918 standards as a resource. Course participants who successfully complete the     participant's knowledge and skill in
course and pass a final exam will become OSHA Authorized Maritime Outreach Trainers,               construction noise reduction. The target
authorized to conduct both the 10 and 30-hour Maritime outreach courses.                           audience is the small employer or a
                                                                                                   representative (e.g., line supervisor or manager)
Prerequisites                                                                                      assigned the responsibility to develop a
•   Two years of occupational safety and health experience in the ship repairing, shipbuilding,    construction noise reduction program.
    ship-breaking, marine terminals, or long-shoring industry.                                     Classroom demonstrations of noise
•   And at least one of the following:                                                             instrumentation and hearing protection devices
         o Two additional years of occupational safety and health experience in any industry;      are featured.
         o A degree in occupational safety and health from an accredited college or university
         o Certification as an Associate Safety Professional (ASP), Certified Safety               Course Objectives:
              Professional (CSP), Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH).                            At the conclusion of this course, students will
         o Certified Marine Chemist (CMC, or Certified Safety and Health Manager (CSHM).           be able to:
                                                                                                   • Describe the properties of sound
Course Objectives                                                                                  • Discuss noise-induced hearing loss
Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:                           • Explain OSHA's construction industry noise
•   Instruct Maritime workers in OSHA 10 and 30-hour Maritime Standards hazard identification      standards
    courses;                                                                                       • Demonstrate the use of a sound level meter
•   Define Maritime terms found in the OSHA Maritime Standards;                                    and noise dosimeter
•   Identify hazards that occur in the Maritime Industry and determine appropriate standards;      • Describe methods of controlling noise
•   Describe the use of the OSHA Maritime standards and regulations to supplement and on-          exposure at construction sites
    going safety and health program;
•   Describe how to conduct internal training on the OSHA Maritime regulations.                    Partial List of Course Topics
                                                                                                   • Construction Noise
Course Chairs:      James Nesbit                                                                   • Properties of Sound
                                                                                                   • Noise-Induced Hearing Loss
Course Dates:      December 8-11, 2009                                                             • OSHA's Construction Industry Noise
                   February 2-5, 2010                                                              Standards
                   April 27-30, 2010                                                               • Measuring Noise
                   June 15-18, 2010                                                                • Hearing Protection
                   August 17-20, 2010
                   November 15-18, 2010                                                            Course Director: James Romine, MS, CIH,
                                                                                                   CSP, CHMM
Tuition:           $800
                                                                                                   Course Dates: October 26, 2009
Credit Awarded: 2.6 OSHA CEUs                                                                      November 30, 2009
                4.34 ABIH CM Points                                                                January 4, 2010
                                                                                                   May 14, 2010
                                                                                                   October 22, 2010
                                                                                                   December 10, 2010

                                                                                                   Class Size: 25 maximum

                                                                                                   Tuition: $195

                                                                                                   Credit Awarded: .7 OSHA CEUs
                                                                                                   1.17 ABIH (IH)CM Points




All OSHA courses meet BCSP criteria for continuation of certification credit.




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 OSHA 7000-SERIES COURSES

                                                  Fall Hazard Awareness for the                      Health Hazard Awareness,
Evacuation and Emergency                          Construction Industry, OSHA                        OSHA 7205 (certificate series course)
Planning, OSHA 7105                               7405
(certificate series course)                       The goal of this course is to provide small        This one day course provides an introduction to
                                                  construction employers and employees with          common health hazards that are encountered in
This course focuses on OSHA requirements for
                                                  information on recognizing potential fall          the workplace. These health hazards will
emergency action plans and fire protection
                                                  hazards at their work sites and suggest ways to    include exposure to chemicals, asbestos, silica,
plans. Preparing for emergencies is a basic
                                                  avoid, minimize, control or prevent these          and lead. This course is designed as an
principle of workplace safety and health.
                                                  hazards whenever possible. The course focuses      awareness course for employers and
                                                  on falls to a lower level rather than falls from   employees.
Course Objectives                                 slips and trips.
     •    Elements of a good evacuation plan
     •    Reasons for emergency plans and fire    Partial List of Course Topics                      Partial List of Course Topics
          prevention plans and when they are                                                         • Identification of hazard
                                                      •   Identify Fall Hazards                      • Sources of exposure
          required
                                                      •   Analyzing Fall Hazards                     • Health hazard information
     •    Features a design and maintenance of
                                                      •   Preventing Fall Hazards                    • Evaluation of exposure
          good exit routes
                                                      •   OSHA Resources Addressing Falls            • Engineering and work practice controls
     •
The optional session for this course will focus       •                                              This course features workshops and group
on assessment of risk for terrorist attack and    Course Director: Larry Wilson                      activities.
how to utilize OSHA’s evacuation planning
and fire and explosion, as tools for              Course Dates:                                      Course Director: Tim Roberts/Larry Wilson
emergencies.                                      September 10, 2009                                 Course Dates:
                                                  October 21, 2009-HTC                               October 28, 2009
Course Director: TBN                              November 10, 2009                                  January 28, 2010
                                                  June 2, 2010                                       May 12, 2010
Course Dates: October 30, 2009                    September 9, 2010                                  July 28, 2010
January 27, 2010                                  November 9, 2010                                   August 12, 2010-SCNW Toledo, OH
May 14, 2010                                                                                         October 20, 2010
July 30, 2010                                     Tuition: $195                                      December 8, 2010
Tuition: $195                                                                                        Class Size: 20 maximum
                                                  Credit Awarded: .5 CEUs; .84 ABIH                  Tuition: $195
Credit Awarded: .4 CEUs                           (Safety)CM                                         Credit Awarded: .7 OSHA CEU
.67 ABIH (IH)                                                                                        1.17 ABIH (Safety)




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                                                                                                      Introduction to Safety and
Introduction to Accident                              Introduction to OSHA for                        Health Management, OSHA
Investigations, OSHA 7505                             Small Businesses,                               7500 (certificate series course)
Benefits                                              OSHA 7510
                                                      This course provides an introduction to         Benefits
This course provides an introduction to basic
                                                      Occupational Safety and Health Administration   The focus of this one-day workshop is the
accident investigation procedures and describes
                                                      (OSHA) for owners and managers of small         effective implementation of a company's safety
accident analysis techniques. The goal of the
                                                      business. The goal of the course is to help     and health management system. The workshop
course is to help participants gain the basic
                                                      participants gain an understanding of OSHA      address the four core elements of an effective
skills necessary to conduct an effective
                                                      operations and procedures and learn how they    safety and health system and those central
accident investigation at their workplace.
                                                      can work with OSHA to prevent or reduce         issues that are critical to each element's proper
This course is set up as a facilitated, interactive
                                                      injuries and illnesses in their workplaces.     management.
training session focusing on class discussion
and group activities.
                                                      Partial List of Course Topics                   Who Should Attend
                                                          •    Background of OSHA                     Small employer, business owner or manager
Who Should Attend                                         •    Coverage, Responsibilities and         designated with the responsibility to develop
Small employer, manager, employee or                           Rights under OSHA                      and manage a firm's safety and health programs
employee representative who, as part of a firm's          •    Standards                              or systems.
safety and health system, would be involved in            •    OSHA Inspection Process
conducting accident and/or near-miss                      •    Implementing a S&H Management
investigations                                                 System                                 Objectives
                                                          •    Assistance to Small Businesses         • Explain the benefits of implementing a safety
                                                                                                      and health management system
Partial List of Course Topics                         Course Director: TBN                            • Identify the core elements of an effective
• Primary reasons for conducting an accident
                                                                                                      safety and health program
investigation                                         Course Dates:                                   • Describe the key processes in each program
• Employer responsibilities related to                January 28, 2010                                element
workplace accident investigations                     February 10, 2010-BX-Columbus
• A six- step accident investigation procedure        March 31, 2010-SCNW Toledo, OH
                                                      August 2, 2010                                  Partial List of Course Topics
Course Director: TBN                                  December 9, 2010                                • Overview of S&H Management Systems
                                                                                                      • Management Leadership and Employee
Course Dates:                                         Tuition: $195                                   Involvement
November 30-December 1, 2009
                                                                                                      • Worksite Analysis
February 9-10, 2010                                   Credit Awarded: .6 CEUs; 1 ABIH                 • Hazard Prevention and Control
May 27-28, 2010-BX-Columbus                           (Safety)CM point applied for                    • Safety & Health Training Requirements
July 27-28, 2010-SCNW Toledo, OH
December 6-7, 2010
                                                                                                      Course Director: Tim Roberts
Class Size: 20 maximum
                                                                                                      Course Dates:
                                                                                                      February 3, 2010-SCNW-Toledo, OH
Tuition: $475
                                                                                                      February 8, 2010-SA
                                                                                                      May 10, 2010
Credit Awarded: 1.4 OSHA CEUs;
                                                                                                      July 26, 2010 -SA
2.34 ABIH (IH) CM points
                                                                                                      October 18, 2010
                                                                                                      December 14, 2010-BX-Columbus
                                                                                                      Class Size: 20 maximum

                                                                                                      Tuition: $195

                                                                                                      Credit Awarded: .7 OSHA CEUs
                                                                                                      1.17 ABIH(IH) CM point




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Introduction to Machinery                          Lockout/Tagout: Controlling                      Managing Excavation Hazards,
and Machine-Guarding                               Hazardous Energy to Prevent                      OSHA 7410
Safeguarding, OSHA 7100                            Workplace Injury, OSHA 7115                      Benefits
                                                                                                    At the conclusion of this course, the participant
                                                   This 1-day course is designed to inform          will be able to explain the importance and
This one-day course is designed to increase
                                                   employers of best practices in the Control of    duties of a competent person during excavation
your skill, knowledge and motivation regarding
                                                   Hazardous Energy/Lockout Safety. The goal of     work, and will demonstrate the knowledge and
machinery and machine safeguarding. It is the
                                                   the course is to help participants determine     skills required to perform those duties.
employer's responsibility to identify and select
the safeguard necessary to protect employees       their companies’ lockout/tagout compliance       Who Should Attend
and others in the work area, as well as train in   issues based on OSHA 1910.47: Control of         The private sector construction employer,
safe practices. This course can also reduce        Hazardous Energy (lockout/tagout).               manager, employee or employee representative,
your potential for accidents and injuries by                                                        who, as part of a safety and health program,
knowing when and how to safeguard
                                                   Course Objectives                                would be acting as and fulfilling the
machinery.                                         At the conclusion of this six-hour course, the   requirements of a competent person for
                                                   participant will be able to determine their      excavation
Course Objectives:                                 companies’ lockout/tagout compliance issue
Students completing this course should be able     based on OSHA 1910.147 Subpart J: Control
                                                                                                    Partial List of Course Topics
to:                                                of Hazardous Energy.
                                                                                                    • application of definitions relating to OSHA’s
• Explain the hazardous actions and motions                                                           Excavation Standard
machinery and where these movements occur          Partial List of Course Topics                    • Excavation hazards and control measures
so you know where to look.                         •    The understanding and application of        • Soil analysis techniques
• Identify methods of safeguarding so that you          definitions relating to OSHA’s Control of   • protective system requirements
can recognize the wide variety of tools that are        Hazardous Energy Standard;                  • Emergency response
available to assist you in your safeguarding
                                                   •    Types of hazardous energy;
efforts                                                                                             Course Director: Michael Hayslip, Esq.
                                                   •    Energy isolation options;
• Identify safeguarding required by specific
OSHA standards to assist you in assuring           •    Written program requirements;
regulatory compliance.                             •    Training guidelines                         Course Dates:
                                                                                                    March 22, 2010
                                                   Course Director: Jim Washam                      March 25,2010-BX-Columbus
                                                                                                    June 21, 2010
Partial List of Course Topics
                                                   Course Dates:                                    September 22, 2010
• OSHA's NEP for "3S's & a P"                                                                       November 22, 2010
• Basics of Machine Safeguarding                   January 12, 2010-SA
• Methods of Safeguarding                          April 6, 2010-SA
                                                   July 1, 2010-SA                                  Class Size: 20 maximum
• Control of Hazardous Energy Sources
(Lockout/Tagout)                                   September 21, 2010-SA
                                                   November 9, 2010-SA                              Tuition: $195
• Personal Protective Equipment
• Training                                         December 9, 2010-SCNW-Toledo, OH
                                                                                                    Credit Awarded: .7 OSHA CEUs;
• Safer Work Practices                                                                              1.17 ABIH (Safety) CM points
                                                   Tuition: $195
Course Director: Larry Wilson
                                                   Credit Awarded: .6 OSHA CEUs,
Course Dates:                                      1.0 ABIH(Safety) CM Points
December 2, 2009-HTC
January 11, 2010
April 12, 2010
June 21, 2010
September 16, 2010-SCNW-Toledo, OH
September 20, 2010
November 8, 2010

Class Size: 20 maximum

Tuition: $195

Credit Awarded: .7 OSHA CEUs
1.17 ABIH (Safety) CM points

Note: Some math ability is required. Trainees
will need a calculator with log functions.




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Blood Borne Pathogens                             OSHA Construction Industry   OSHA Ergonomic
Exposure Control for                              Requirements: Awareness of Guidelines Training for
Healthcare Facilities, OSHA                       Major Hazards and Prevention Nursing Homes, OSHA
7200                                              Strategies , OSHA 7415
This purpose of this one-day course is to
                                                                                                     7000
develop a Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure           This 2-day course provides participants with       The focus of this one-day course is to use
Plan for healthcare facilities using a step-by-   pertinent Information regarding OSHA               OSHA’s Ergonomics Guidelines for Nursing
step approach.                                    requirements and guidelines applicable to          Homes to develop a process to protect workers
The target audience is the program                construction industry activities and operations.   in nursing homes. The course will focus on
administrator, manager, or other personnel        The goal of the course is to help participants     analyzing and identifying ergonomic problem
designated with the responsibility of             gain an awareness level necessary to be able to    jobs and practical solutions to address those
developing a Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure        describe major construction hazards and            problems.
Control Plan for a small healthcare facility      prevention strategies

                                                                                                     Partial List of Course Topics
Partial List of Course Topics                     Partial List of Course Topics
                                                                                                         •    Developing an ergonomic process
                                                       •    Recognition of Major Safety and
     •    Introduction to Bloodborne                                                                     •    Risk factors in the nursing home
                                                            Health Hazards in Construction
          Pathogens Standard                                                                                  guidelines
                                                       •    Prevention strategies which include
    •     Exposure Control Plan                                                                          •    Identifying problems including
                                                            safety and health management
    •     Exposure Determination                                                                              protocols for resident assessment
                                                            systems
    •     Methods of Control                                                                             •    Implementing solutions including
                                                       •    OSHA Requirements and Guidelines
    •     Vaccinations and Evaluations                                                                        work practices and engineering
                                                       •    OSHA Resources                                    solutions.
    •     Training and Information
                                                       •    Focus Four Emphasis
    •     Recordkeeping
    •
Course Director: Mary Malotke
                                                  Course Directors: Timothy R. Roberts               Course Objectives:
                                                                    Larry W. Wilson                  At the end of this training course you will be
Course Dates:                                                                                        able to:
                                                  Course Dates:                                           •    Describe how to apply OSHA’s
January 25, 2010                                  December 16-17, 2009
June 2, 2010-Toledo, OH                                                                                        Ergonomics Guidelines for Nursing
                                                  February 24-25, 2010-SA                                      Homes in developing a process to
August 3, 2010                                    April 20-21, 2010
October 22, 2010                                                                                               protect nursing home workers
                                                  July 8-9, 2010-SA
                                                                                                          •    Discuss the benefits of implementing
                                                  September 15-16, 2010
Tuition: $195                                                                                                  an ergonomics process
                                                                                                          •    Identify and analyze ergonomic
                                                  Tuition: $475
Credit Awarded: .7 CEUs;                                                                                       problem job in nursing homes
1.17 ABIH (IH) CM point                           Credit Awarded: 1.4 CEUs;                               •    Recognize practical solutions to
                                                  2.34 ABIH (Safety) CM Points                                 address ergonomic problem jobs.

                                                                                                     Course Director: Mary Malotke

                                                                                                     Course dates:
                                                                                                     December 4, 2009
                                                                                                     February 12, 2010
                                                                                                     July 12, 2010
                                                                                                     October 4, 2010
                                                                                                     December 10, 2010

                                                                                                     Tuition: $195

                                                                                                     Credit Awarded: .7 CEUs
                                                                                                     7 Nursing contact hours applied for
                                                                                                     1.17 ABIH (IH) CM Points



All OSHA courses meet BCSP criteria for continuation of certification credit.



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OSHA’s Introduction to the                          Public Industrial Warehousing Recording and Reporting
                                                    and Storage, OSHA 7005                          Occupational Injuries and
Permit-Required Confined
                                                                                                    Illnesses, OSHA 7845 (certificate
Space Standard, OSHA                                This one-day course is designed to increase the
                                                                                                        series course)
                                                    participant's knowledge, and provide them with
7300 (certificate series course)                    the basic concepts of safe warehouse and            The purpose of this 4-hour course is to assist
                                                    storage operations. According to the Bureau of      employers in identifying and fulfilling their
This one-day course discusses the requirements                                                          responsibilities for posting and maintaining
                                                    Labor Statistics, Public Warehousing and
of OSHA's permit-required confined space                                                                records of illnesses and injuries and reporting
                                                    Storage employees over 213,000 employees.
standard, 29 CFR 1910.146. It is designed for                                                           specific cases to OSHA. Several practice
                                                    The target audience for this course is the small
small employers or a designated representative                                                          sessions are included
                                                    employer, business owner, or a representative
(line supervisor or manager) with the
                                                    (e.g. line supervisor or site manager)
responsibility to develop a permit space
                                                    designated with the responsibility for
program. It covers OSHA's requirements and                                                              Who Should Attend
                                                    developing safe procedures during warehousing
also includes limited hands-on sessions.                                                                Employees of the private sector companies who
                                                    and storage operations. The training is also
                                                                                                        have responsibilities under OSHA's revised
                                                    suitable for the safety manager, safety teams, or
Partial List of Course Topics                       any other participants who deal with warehouse
                                                                                                        recordkeeping Rule 29 CFR 1904, which took
                                                                                                        effect January 1, 2002
     •     Scope of Definitions                     safety.
     •     General Requirements
                                                                                                        Course Objectives
     •     Permit Space Program                     Course Objectives:
     •     Training Requirements                                                                        • Identify the OSHA requirements for
                                                    Students completing this course should be able      recordkeeping, posting, and reporting
     •     Employee Roles, and Rescue               to:                                                 • Complete the new OSHA forms 300, 300A
                                                        •     Explain the hazards of operating a        and 301
Course Objectives:                                            powered industrial truck in
At the end of this training course, students will             warehouse and storage facilities.         Course Director: Mary Malotke
be able to apply the requirements of OSHA's             •     Explain the hazards associated with
permit-required confined space standard, 29                   material handling in warehouse            Course Dates:
CFR 1910.146. They will be able to:                           operations.                               January 25, 2010
     •    Discuss the scope, application and            •     Identify the purpose of the Hazard        May 11, 2010
          key definitions                                     Communication Standard and                May 12, 2010-SCNW-Toledo, OH
     •    Identify responsibilities of host and               describe employer and employee            July 27, 2010
          contractors in permit space entry                   responsibilities under HazCom.            October 19, 2010
     •    Distinguish among the three options           •     Discuss exit routes and emergency         October 27, 2010-SCNW-Toledo, OH
          for entry and identify the                          action and fire prevention plans
          requirements associated with these            •     Describe the hazards of wall and          Class Size: 25 maximum
          options                                             floor openings.
     •    Describe the requirements for Permit                                                          Tuition: $125
          programs and the permit system
     •    Explain training requirements
                                                    Partial List of Course Topics                       Credit Awarded: .35 OSHA CEUs
                                                    • Powered Industrial Trucks                         .5 ABIH(IH)CM points
     •    Discuss the types of rescue and
                                                    • Material Handling/Lifting/Ergonomics
          employer responsibilities
                                                    • Hazard Communication
                                                    • Walking and Working Surfaces
Course Director: TBN                                • Exit Routes and Fire Protection

Course Dates:                                       Course Director: Timothy R. Roberts
        January 13, 2010-SCNW-Toledo
       January 26, 2010                             Course dates:
       May 13, 2010                                 December 3, 2009-SA
       July 29, 2010                                February 11, 2010-SA
       October 21, 2010                             December 8, 2010-SA
                                                    April 30, 2010-SCNW-Toledo, OH
                                                    Class Size: 20 maximum
Tuition:            $195
                                                    Tuition: $195
Credit Awarded: .7 CEUs;
1.17 ABIH (Safety)CM Points                         Credit Awarded: .7 OSHA CEUs
                                                    1.17 ABIH(Safety)CM Points



All OSHA courses meet BCSP criteria for certification credit.


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               Mark your calendars for the weeks of May 10-13, 2010 & October 18-22, 2010
              Day 1              Day 2           Day 3             Day 4              Day 5
           OSHA 7500         OSHA 7845        OSHA 7205          OSHA 7300         OSHA 7400
         Introduction to    Recording &      Health Hazard     Understanding     Trainer Course
         Safety & Health     Reporting        Awareness        OSHA’s Permit-   in Construction
          Management       Occupational                           Required            Noise
                              Injuries &                      Confined Space       OSHA 7105
                               Illnesses                                          Evacuation &
                                                                                   Emergency
                                                                                    Planning



These one-day courses are being offered as “institutes” during the weeks of May 10-14, 2010, and October
26-30, 2010. Each of the courses is also being offered individually at other times of the year. However, if
you take all four of the courses offered at the registration fee of $195 each, then the course you choose on
last day is FREE!! Upon completion of the courses you will receive a special certificate for completion of
the series! You do not have to take all five courses as part of the institute to obtain the series certificate;
however, the “fifth course free” offer only applies to completion of all the courses within the week of May
10-14, 2010, or October 18-22, 2010. Lunches are included in the certification series course weeks.

Make your plans now and call Marianne Kautz, Program Manager, at 800.207.9399 or
513.558.1730 to register.




 ON-SITE TRAINING!

 Any of our courses can be brought to your site if you have 10 or more employees to train. To
 receive an on-site training cost estimate, Fax or mail your written request (include name of
 course, number of trainees, course site, and approximate dates for training) to:
 Dr. Judy L. Jarrell, Director; Health & Safety Continuing Education; Department of Environmental Health College
 of Medicine; University of Cincinnati; 2180 East Galbraith Road; Cincinnati, OH 45237-1625; Fax: 513/558-1756.

 WEB-BASED TRAINING:

 Several of our OSHA courses are offered on-line. Check out our web page to get more
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catalog and mail it with your check, credit card number, or purchase
order to: Health & Safety ERC/OSHA Continuing Education, Mail
Location 0510, University of Cincinnati, 2180 E. Galbraith Rd,,
Cincinnati, OH 45237-0510.
2. By Phone - Call 800/207-9399 or 513/558-1730 and we will gladly
take your registration via the telephone.
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Send it to the attention of "Health & Safety ERC/OSHA Continuing
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Advance registration with prepayment of tuition is required. Please
make your check payable to University of Cincinnati. Classes are filled
in the order registrations are received. Tuition includes course materials,
coffee breaks, and a certificate of completion. Registrants are
responsible for housing. Detailed information regarding course location
and housing availability will be sent upon receipt of your registration.
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Registration is nonrefundable within two weeks of the course date.
Substitutions may be made at any time, but transfers to future courses
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