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Electrical Training Center
65 Elm St
Copiague, NY 11726

 

Phone: 631 226-8021

 

Email: info@electricaltrainingcenter.edu


 

 

 

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10 Hr. OSHA 10 Outreach Training For Construction Electricians (NABCEP Certified) 10 Hours        

Tuition: Call


NY State Law that requires all electrical workers employed on any public works construction, reconstruction, maintenance and/or repair projects to be certified as having completed the OSHA 10 Hour Safety Course, prior to performing the work. NABCEP certified for Continuing Education Units

Upcoming Sessions: TBA. Please contact our office or submit the inquiry form below to be placed on our notification list.

Please note that this is a non-bilingual class. Due to the complexity of the safety awareness topics discussed, all students must be able to read, write, speak, and understand English.  Please contact our office to inquire about bilingual classes.

Due to state and federal regulations, all students enrolling MUST have a valid Social Security number.

_____________OSHA 10 DATES____________

WEEKEND  (Must Attend Both Days) Tuition: Call

Check in is 30 minutes before class start times. Per OSHA regulations, late-comers may not be admitted. 

 

OSHA - 30Hours

 

OSHA - 30Hours
Tuition: Call


The OSHA 30 hour Construction Industry Training course is a comprehensive safety program designed for anyone involved in the construction industry. Specifically devised for safety directors, foremen, and field supervisors; the program provides complete information on OSHA compliance issues. OSHA recommends Outreach Training Programs as an orientation to occupational safety and health for workers covered by OSHA 29 CFR 1926. Construction workers must receive additional training, when required by OSHA standards, on specific hazards of the job.
Topics include:
1.    Intro to OSHA; General Health & Safety
2.    Management & OSHA
3.    Safety Work Procedures
4.    Environment Condition
5.    Trade Safety in the Workplace
6.    Worksite Accident Prevention
7.    Worksite Accident Planning & Analysis
8.    OSHA Inspection & the Voluntary Protective Program

Graduates will receive a Certificate.

4hr Supported Scaffold

 

Course Information:                                
Chapter 33 of the New York City Building Code                                
requires anyone who works on a supported                                
scaffold to complete an initial 4-hour course                                
and then an approved 4-hour Refresher Course                                
every 4 years. This course fulfills that require-                                
ment. Those who complete this course will                                
have knowledge of scaffold hazards, fall                                
protection, and safe work practices.                                 
                                
Topics                                
• OSHA Regulations (1926.450)                                
• NYCDOB Chapter 33 requirements                                
• Hazards Associated with Scaffolds                                
• Fall Protection • Scaffold Competent Person                                
• Design Requirements                                
• Planking • Inspection •Training                                

 

Fall Protection

Subpart M (1926.500 to 1926.503)

Overview
                The OSHA standard identifies areas or activities where fall protection is needed.  It clarifies what an employer must do to provide fall protection for employees, such as identifying and evaluating fall hazards and providing training.  Under the standard, employers are able to select fall protection measures compatible with the type of work being performed.
                OSHA places its rules for fall protection in several different subparts in the construction standards, depending primarily on the nature of the work.  The standard covers most construction workers, except those inspecting, investigating, or assessing workplace conditions prior to the actual start of work or after all work has been completed.         


•  Learning Objectives
    Upon completion of the lesson, you should be able to:

1.   List the methods of fall protection available to protect workers from fall hazards.

                     •  Guardrails   •  Covers    •  Safety Nets    •  Personal Fall Arrest Systems
                                                               

2.  State the main criteria that prompts use of fall protection for construction workers.
                                
                 •  When the danger of falling more than 6 feet exists, workers must be
                     protected from falls using the method that best matches working
                     conditions and fall protection requirements found in the standard related to
                     the type of construction being performed.
                                              
3. Inspect, don & doff a personal fall arrest system

4. Tie a bowline knot & figure eight follow through knot

 

December 12        8:00am - 4:00pm 

Course Information:

EPA’s Renovation, Repair, and Painting Final

Rule (40 CFR 475) requires that renovations be

performed by certified firms using certified

renovators. Renovation firms working in pre-

1978 homes or child occupied facilities must

successfully complete a Certified Renovator

Course delivered by an EPA approved training

firm. This 8-hour course meets all requirements

of the EPA final rule and the HUD Lead Safe

Housing Rule. You will learn lead safe work

practices and how to work safely and effec-

tively. Certification is valid for 5 years after

course completion.

 

Topics:

• Hazards of lead based paint

• EPA and HUD regulations

• Working with lead based paint

• How to safely begin work

• How to set up the work area

• Working in a lead safe manner

• Setting up containment

• Cleaning the work area

• How to verify cleanliness

• Protective clothing • Waste disposal

• Documentation of work

• Hands on exercises

Lead-Based Paint (see also Course Descriptions for further details) 8 Hours  


EPA Renovaters & Re-modelers Course

Upcoming Sessions: See Course Descriptions for schedule. Please contact our office or submit the inquiry form below and Administration will contact you within the next business day.



Lead Certification - 8 Hours



Lead Certification - 8 Hours
Tuition: Call
Reservations are required. Full tuition payment required for reservation. Payment is due 48 Hours prior to the class start date.  No walk-ins are accepted.


Who Needs This Course? For Contractors, Property Managers And Maintenance Personnel Working In Homes, Child Care Facilities And Schools Built Before 1978. In general, anyone who is paid to perform work that disturbs paint in housing and child-occupied facilities built before 1978, this may include, but is not limited to:Home Improvement & Renovation; Residential rental property owners/managers; General contractors; Special trade contractors including Painters, Plumbers, Re-modelers/ Carpenters, Electricians, HVAC/R.
Avoid EPA fines of up to $32,500 for each violation. Firms who knowingly or willingly violate the EPA regulation may also be fined up to an additional $32,500 per violation and/or face imprisonment
Each individual will be issued photo ID certification after successful completion of the course.

Basic Carpentry Course


Unit 1 – Green Building                                                                                     

                A-Building science

    Heat Transfer
    Moisture Transfer
    Air Movement

                B- LEED Building Concept

                C- Insulation Requirement

    Purpose
    Installation
    Vapor Barrier

 

Unit 2 – Air Sealing Techniques                                                                       

                A – Weather strip

                B – Caulking

                C – Foam             


Unit 3 – Energy Use                                                                                           

                A – How to determine basic loads

                B – Understanding Renewable energy Sources

    Photovoltaic
    Wind
    Geothermal

               

Unit 4 – Understanding the Safety and uses of hand and Power Tools  

              A – Different Types of Hand Tools and Uses

    Hammer
     Different types of levels
    Different types of Hand Saws
    Types of Chisels
    Squares and their uses                               

                B – Different Types of Power Tools                

    Circular Saw
    Jigsaw
    Table Saw
    Drills and Bits
    Sawzall

 

Unit 5 – Understanding Pneumatic Tools and their Safety            

                A –Hands on using Various Tools           

               


Unit 6 – Understanding How to use a Miter                

                A – How to cut Moldings

    Crown molding
    Base
    Door trim
    Decorative

Unit 7– Proper use a Tape measure                               

                A – Square feet Measurements

                B – Linear Feet Measurements

               

Unit 8 – How to develop a project Plan                         

                A – Construction Drawings

    Symbols
    Using a scale
    Different types of Drawings

                B – Planning a project

    Making a material list
    Understanding a cut list
    How to estimate job         

 

Unit 9 – Understanding How to Layout for Framing      

                A – Walls
                B- Floors
                C- Footings
                D- Windows


Unit 10 – Understanding Deck Framing           

                A – Layout    
                B- Fastners
                C- Dimensional Lumber

    Framing work
    Finished work

D- Railings


Unit 11 – Understanding Basic Roofing                          

    Safety
    Fall protection
    Using roof Shingles
    How to Layout
    Installing a roof vent
    Flashing

 

Unit 11 – Installing the following:                                  

    Double Hung Window
    Interior and Exterior Doors
    Shimming
    Flashing
    Trim

 

Unit 12 – Installing the following:                                  

    Moldings
    Using a router
    Using finish nails
    Using Adhesive Glues

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