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Safety & Water Treatment

OSHA for the HR Director
Are you an HR Director who also has the title of Safety Coordinator?
Is your company lacking a structured safety and health program?
If so, this class is for you. Participants will gain knowledge of the
relationship between OSHA and other government agencies and
learn to read and understand the OSHA 29 CFR. During this class,
look at samples of various required written procedures such as
lockout tagout, job safety analysis, confined space, and the importance
of developing a company safety manual. Learn injury and illness
recordkeeping along with required safety training. CEU: .4
Fri 8 a.m.-12 p.m. Sep 14 1 Session
Jeff Clark C-325, IVCC CEU-7232-09 $99

Workplace Accident Investigation
This course is designed to cover accident investigation and
prevention from the investigators and/or investigative team’s point
of view. Investigators will become familiar with effective
investigative procedures of finding the root cause and implementing
corrective actions. CEU: .3
Wed 1-4 p.m. Oct 10 1 Session
Jeff Clark C-325, IVCC CEU-7102-10 $99

Residential Roofing-Fall Protection
Participants will learn the major provisions of OSHA regulations
for fall prevention as it applies to residential roofing. Primary
topics include: the inspection and citation process, working and
walking surfaces including ladders, scaffolds, and fall protection
criteria. CEU: .3
Mon 1-4 p.m. Oct 15 1 Session
Jeff Clark C-325, IVCC CEU-7214-10 $99

10 Hour General Industry
Participants will learn the major provisions of OSHA. Primary topics
include: the inspection and citation process, working and walking
surfaces, emergency plans and exit routes, material safety data
sheets and labeling, electrical safety, machine guarding and record
keeping. OSHA’s 10 Hour General Industry card will be earned upon
completion of this class. CEU: 1.0
Thu/Fri Thu: 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Fri: 8 a.m.-12 p.m.
Oct 25-26 C-325, IVCC 2 Sessions
Jeff Clark CEU-7203-11 $269

Fork Lift Train-the-Trainer
This class will cover the classroom requirements of the new Powered
Industrial Truck Standard. OSHA defines a powered industrial truck
as a “mobile, power propelled truck used to carry, push, lift, stack, or
tier material.” Manual operated pallet movers, earth moving and
agricultural equipment is not covered by this regulation. In addition,
students will review the Powered Industrial Truck Training Standard
and review requirements for an in-house training program. CEU: .3
Mon 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Dec 10 1 Session
Jeff Clark C-325, IVCC CEU-7214-12 $99

Water Supply Operation I
This introductory course on water supply operations prepares
operators for the Class C & Class D operator license examinations,
which are administered by the Illinois Environmental Protection
Agency. The topics include operation and maintenance of water
distribution systems, chlorination, fluoridation, and water math.
Learn about demineralization, reservoir management and intake
structures. Drinking water regulations will be discussed. Additional
requirements: One year of water treatment operator experience
for the Class C and six months experience for the Class D.
Textbook is available at the IVCC store.
Tue 6-9 p.m. Aug 28-Dec 11 16 Sessions
Eric Thompson A-321, IVCC PWS-1200-349 $499