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Alcohol & Other Drug Safety

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Course Date
Alcohol & Other Drug Awareness for Managers and Supervisors 11/3/2021
Alcohol and Other Drug Awareness Refresher for Managers and Supervisors 11/3/2021

OSHA

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Course Date
OSHA 10-Hour for General Industry 11/9/2021
OSHA 30-Hour for General Industry 12/7/2021
NFPA 70E Arc Flash 1/6/2022

MSHA

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Course Date
MSHA Annual Refresher for Part 46, 48A & 48B 11/10/2021

Alcohol & Other Drug Safety

Alcohol & Other Drug Awareness for Managers and Supervisors
Iowa’s drug testing law (Iowa Code Section 730.5, paragraph 9.h. and Administrative Code Section 640) enhances worker safety by creating drugand substance free workplaces. One tool available to private sector employers is drug testing (including alcohol testing). An employer who chooses to use this tool must attend a minimum of two-hours of initial training and a minimum of one-hour annually for update or refresher training. This training meets the initial two-hour training requirement and includes information concerning the recognition of evidence of employee alcohol and/or other drug abuse, the documentation and corroboration of alcohol and/or other drug abuse, and the referral of employees who abuse alcohol and/or other drugs to the employee assistance program or to the resource file maintained by the employer pursuant to paragraph “C," subparagraph (2) of the Iowa Code. This course satisfies the requirements for supervisor training.

#80869 2 Hours, 1 Session $49.00
  SCC CBIZ,103 or Zoom Milo VanVeldhuizen
  Wednesday, Nov 3 8 - 10 AM

 

 

 


Alcohol and Other Drug Awareness Refresher for Managers and Supervisors
Iowa’s drug testing law (Iowa Code Section 730.5, paragraph 9.h. and Administrative Code Section 640) enhances worker safety by creating drug & substance free workplaces. One tool available to private sector employers is drug testing (inclusive of alcohol testing). An employer who chooses to use this tool must attend a minimum of two hours of initial training, and a minimum of one hour annually for update or refresher training. This training meets the one-hour annual refresher training requirement and includes information concerning the recognition of evidence of employee alcohol and/or other drug abuse, the documentation and corroboration of alcohol and/or other drug abuse, and the referral of employees who abuse alcohol and/or other drugs to the employee assistance program.

#80870 1 Hour, 1 Session $35.00
Hybrid SCC CBIZ,103 or Zoom Milo VanVeldhuizen
  Wednesday, Nov 3 10 - 11 AM

 

 

 


OSHA

OSHA 10-Hour for General Industry
Training provides an overview on recognizing and preventing hazards in the workplace. Participants learn how to identify, abate, avoid, and prevent job-related hazards on a job site. Training covers general industry safety and health hazards a worker may encounter including but not limited to: intro to OSHA; walking and working surfaces; exit routes, emergency action plans, fire prevention plans, and fire protection; PPE; hazardous communication; and electrical. Participants learn about employer responsibilities and worker rights. Active participation is required. Participants who successfully finish the training will receive a card from OSHA verifying completion of the course.

#80923 10 Hours, 2 Sessions $179.00
  SCC CBIZ,112 Cathie Overhulser
  Tue & Wed, Nov 9 & 10 8 AM - 3 PM

 

 

 


OSHA 30-Hour for General Industry
Training provides a variety of information to workers with some safety responsibility and will emphasize hazard identification, avoidance, control, and prevention. Topics include but are not limited to: Intro to OSHA; walking and working surfaces; exit routes, emergency action plans, fire prevention plans, and fire protection; PPE; hazardous communication; electrical; material handling; and managing safety and health. Active participation is required. Participants who successfully finish the training will receive a card from OSHA verifying completion of the course.

#80924 30 Hours, 4 Sessions $550.00
  SCC CBIZ,112 Cathie Overhulser
  Tue & Wed, Dec 7, 8, 14, & 15 8 AM - 4:30 PM

 

 

 


NFPA 70E Arc Flash
This course is an OSHA requirement, and involves educating employees about the dangers of arc flash from electrical devices. Employees are required to understand the potential danger from arc flash, how arc flash is categorized, and what can be done to limit exposure. This will be eligible for Electrical CEUs.

#80921 6 Hours, 1 Session $189.00
  SCC Ft. Madison, 106 Michael Nye
  Thursday, Jan 6 8 AM - 3 PM

 

 

 


MSHA

MSHA Annual Refresher for Part 46, 48A & 48B
This course presents an overview of the annual refresher training of miners for MSHA Parts 46, 48A, and 48B training requirements. It will cover basic mining regulations for underground metal, non-metal, and coal mines, as well as surface areas of underground metal, non-metal, and coal mines. In addition, the course covers how to recognize and avoid hazards inherent to mines, emergency response procedures, and miners’ rights and responsibilities. The Iowa mine health and safety training program is conducted under the Iowa Department of Education through the fifteen community colleges. If you have employees or are an employee in need of Part 46, 48A, or 48B of the 8 hour MSHA refresher training, then mark your calendars and register today to avoid missing out.

#81006 8 Hours, 1 Session $80.00
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  Wednesday, Nov 10 8 AM - 4:30 PM

 

 

 

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