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Open Enrollment Classes

If you need compliance training in OSHA, MSHA, DOT, IATA, EPA, RCRA, Asbestos / AHERA or Lead, you’re in luck! Since 1993, ETC Compliance Solutions has become recognized as a premier provider of Risk, Safety and Environmental training. We offer a wide variety of monthly Open Enrollment classroom / hands-on training in Phoenix and Tucson. Our training classes break the paradigm that Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) training will be boring. ETC’s safety professionals are committed to developing curriculum that is challenging, innovative, interactive and relevant to everyday life on the job and at home.

Why choose Open Enrollment?

  • Dependable and flexible scheduling
  • Economical
  • Easily accommodates new hires
  • Certificate of Competition issued for each attendee
  • Training documentation, including individual test results, kept on file
  • Re-certification / Refresher reminder notices mailed

Check out our Open Enrollment Schedule below; if you don’t see what you need here, Custom Training may be an option. Please contact us to discuss your training needs.
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Arc Flash

This course is intended for individuals who will be working with electricity. Students attending this 8-hour course will learn safe work practices and procedures to be able to recognize dangerous situations and avoid hazards before an incident occurs. They will learn the safe approach distances to exposed electrical conductors and by the end of class they’ll be able to determine the proper personal protective equipment for any working condition encountered. Every student will leave this class with a much better understanding of the hazards they encounter every day and a new respect for electricity. Includes current edition of “70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace.”

1 day, 8 am – 5 pm

Asbestos Awareness

This 2 – 2 1/2 hour training is designed for individuals who work in areas that contain asbestos containing materials (ACM), but do not disturb them in the course of their work. Topics include a history of asbestos, an overview of the health effects associated with asbestos, types of ACM, the recognition of damaged and deteriorated ACM, proper work practice requirements to avoid the disturbance of ACM, and proper response to fiber release episodes. This course is designed to inform employees who may work in buildings that contain asbestos. This certification is obtained by attending the first two to two and a half hours of any initial asbestos course.

1 day, 8 am-10 am

Currently this class is not scheduled at our Phoenix facility.
Please contact us for other options.

Asbestos Building Inspector Initial

This course is a requirement for individuals who will investigate public or private buildings for asbestos containing materials (ACM). Course topics include legal considerations associated with environmental investigations, health effects of asbestos exposure, applicable asbestos regulations, inspecting for the presence of ACM, asbestos bulk sampling, assessing the condition of ACM, and writing the asbestos inspection report. This course includes a field trip to evaluate building materials. Completion of this 3-day course certifies the individual in the identification of suspect materials that may contain asbestos. A written exam with a minimum score of 70% is required.

3 days, 8 am – 5 pm

Currently this class is not scheduled at our Phoenix facility.
Please contact us for other options.

Asbestos Building Inspector Refresher

This 4-hour annual refresher training for asbestos building inspectors includes a review of topics originally presented in the initial course. This course features a presentation of new developments in government regulations, state-of-the-art work practices, and asbestos abatement industry standards. A copy of the students original asbestos building inspector certification is required for admittance into this class. Refresher Training: Continuation of the AHERA BI certification requires an annual 4-hour refresher.

1/2 day, 8 am – 12 pm

Currently this class is not scheduled at our Phoenix facility.
Please contact us for other options.

Asbestos Contractor / Supervisor Initial

This five-day, 40-hour, course is intended for contractors and supervisors of abatement projects and response actions. It covers in detail the work practices, abatement procedures, personal protection, and relevant federal, state, and local regulations that a contractor/supervisor must consider before beginning to design or supervise abatement work. Along with other topics, the course examines insurance, bonding, contract specifications, health effects of asbestos, abatement methods, small-scale/short-duration operations, building containment areas, negative-pressure enclosures, decontamination, and glovebag use. Completion of this course certifies the individual in removal, encapsulation and enclosure of asbestos-containing materials and meets the training requirements for licensing as an abatement supervisor. This certification under OSHA regulations is synonymous with the competent person designation. A written exam with a minimum score of 70% is required.

5 days, 8 am – 5 pm

Currently this class is not scheduled at our Phoenix facility.
Please contact us for other options.

Asbestos Contractor / Supervisor Refresher

This required 8-hour annual refresher training for asbestos contractor supervisor workers includes a review of topics originally presented in the initial course. This course features a presentation of new developments in government regulations, state-of-the-art work practices and asbestos abatement industry standards. A copy of the students original asbestos contractor supervisor certification is required for admittance into this class.

1 day, 8 am – 5 pm

Currently this class is not scheduled at our Phoenix facility.
Please contact us for other options.

Asbestos Operations and Maintenance Initial

This 2-day course curriculum package is intended for personnel who will disturb small amounts of asbestos as a result of routine or emergency maintenance or repair work. The course covers health effects, work practices, personnel protective equipment, regulations and other topics per EPA and OSHA guidance. The focus is on conducting safe, small scale disturbance of asbestos using appropriate work practices and protective equipment. The O&M Worker meets the OSHA training requirements for Class II, Class III and Class IV asbestos work.

2 days, 8 am – 5 pm

Currently this class is not scheduled at our Phoenix facility.
Please contact us for other options.

Asbestos Operations and Maintenance Refresher

This 4-hour annual refresher training for asbestos O&M workers includes a review of topics originally presented in the initial course. This course features a presentation of new developments in government regulations, state-of-the-art work practices and asbestos abatement industry standards. A copy of original asbestos operations and maintenance certificate is required for admittance into this class. Refresher Training: Under OSHA, continuation of the O&M certification requires an annual 4-hour refresher.

1/2 day, 1 pm – 5 pm

Currently this class is not scheduled at our Phoenix facility.
Please contact us for other options.

Confined Space (Entrant / Attendant / Supervisor / Competent Person)

This training is required for persons supervising confined space entry, employees entering and working within a confined space, and those persons tasked with assisting with the entry, but not actually entering themselves. Participants will learn technical information and skills necessary to recognize, evaluate, and control the unique health and safety hazards encountered with confined space entry work. Topics include: regulatory review, elements of confined space programs, confined space identification and evaluation, permit information, hazard recognition, atmospheric testing, hazard control (ventilation, cleaning and purging, fall protection and retrieval systems, non-entry rescue, etc.), personal protective equipment and entry equipment.

1 day, 8 am – 5 pm

DOT / HazMat Transportation Awareness Level

This course is designed for the employee who is directly involved with hazardous materials transportation safety and procedures, i.e.: anyone who loads, unloads or handles hazardous materials or manufactures, tests, reconditions, repairs, modifies, marks or otherwise represents containers, drums or packaging as qualified for use in the transportation of hazardous materials: prepares hazardous materials transportation documents or operates a vehicle used to transport hazardous materials.

This one-day class provides an awareness-level knowledge of the transportation of hazardous materials in compliance with Subchapter C of Title 49. Topics covered are: recognition of hazardous materials, hazard communication, familiarization with hazardous materials regulations, emergency response rules, and an overview of the shipping requirements for hazardous materials. This course meets DOT requirements and the UPS HazMat training mandate.

1 day, 8 am – 5 pm

DOT / HazMat Transportation Certification

This course is designed for people who manage and supervise employees responsible for the packaging and shipping of hazardous materials and for employees who are responsible for the packaging and/or shipping of more than one type of product containing different materials. It features an in-depth discussion and review of the DOT 49 CFR regulations governing the transportation of hazardous materials and covers all required subjects except those particular to the individual HazMat employer (i.e., in-depth security or site-specific job functions). Topics include: Identification of hazardous materials, marking and labeling requirements, shipping paper documentation, placarding requirements, and emergency response rules. Title 49 regulations are used throughout the course. One copy of an enhanced 49CFR book is provided to each student and is included in the price of the class. This course meets DOT requirements and the UPS HazMat training mandate.

3 days, 8 am – 5 pm

DOT / HazMat Transportation Refresher

Required every 3 years.

Prerequisite: Strong working knowledge of DOT Hazmat Regulations. This 8-hour course is designed to fulfill the 49 CFR 172 Subpart H requirement for recurrent training at least once every three years. Students are updated with regulatory changes and are given refresher training in the use and application of the 49 CFR manual. Other topics covered include: hazardous materials identification, marking and labeling requirements, shipping paper documentation, placarding requirements, and emergency response rules. One copy of the enhanced Title 49 regulation book is provided to each student and is included in the price of the class. This course meets DOT requirements and the UPS HazMat training mandate.

1 day, 8 am – 5 pm

Fall Protection

Falls are among the most common causes of serious injuries and fatalities in the workplace. This awareness course is designed for individuals with frequent exposure to fall hazards. Students learn the necessary skills to identify and avoid hazards associated with elevated work areas. Students are encouraged to bring their own fall protection equipment to class.

1 day, 8 am – 5 pm

First Aid / CPR / AED

This course teaches Adult First Aid, CPR and AED use. Participants will learn the critical skills needed to quickly respond to and manage a first aid, choking or sudden cardiac arrest emergency in the first few minutes until emergency medical services arrives. Students learn skills such as how to treat bleeding, sprains, broken bones, shock and other first aid emergencies.

1/2 day, 8 am – 12 pm

40-Hr HAZWOPER - General Site Worker

A five-day, 40-hour program of intensive training to fulfill OSHA regulatory requirements listed within Title 29 Code of Federal Regulations 1910.120(e)(q) for General Site Workers. This course is intended for personnel who are routinely involved in the clean-up and handling of hazardous materials. Topics include: scope, application, and definitions; safety and health programs; site characterization and analysis; site control; training; medical surveillance; engineering controls, work practices, and personal protective equipment; monitoring; site safety and health plans; drums and containers; decontamination and on-site emergency response. This course includes demonstrations of proper PPE donning, container handling and decontamination procedures.

5 days, 8 am – 5 pm

24-Hr HAZWOPER - Limited Task Worker

A three-day, 24-hour course designed for workers who are on site only occasionally for a specific limited task and who are unlikely to be exposed over permissible or published exposure limits and who will not be wearing respiratory protection. Topics include: site safety plans; physical and health hazards; PPE; work practices; engineering controls; medical surveillance; site control; and decontamination. This course satisfies the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.120(e)(3)(ii) and (iii).

3 days, 8 am – 5 pm

HAZWOPER Annual Refresher

A one-day, 8-hour course designed as refresher training for those individuals who have completed the initial 40-hour General Site Worker or the 24-hour Occasional Site Worker course. This annual training is required within one year of the initial certification or last refresher course. This course discusses and reviews changes in Federal and State regulations as well as relevant, upcoming legislation. In addition, developments in state-of-the-art practices and technologies, as well as key aspects from the initial training are discussed. After completion of this course, participants will have their certification extended for an additional year. This course satisfies the annual refresher training requirements of Title 29 Code of Federal Regulations, Part 1910.120(e)(8). This course includes lecture, team workshops, desktop scenarios, and hands-on exercises.

Refresher Training: Annual 8-Hour refresher

1 day, 8 am – 5 pm

HAZWOPER Site Supervisor

29 CFR 1910.120(e)(4) This one time course is for anyone with supervisory or managerial responsibilities for others at hazardous waste operations. OSHA states that supervisors must have a minimum of 8-hours specialized training beyond the initial 24-hour or 40-hour HAZWOPER and above those whose activities they may direct.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of a HAZWOPER Initial 24-hour Occasional / Limited Task Worker or 40-hour General Site Worker course.

1 day, 8 am – 5 pm

IATA Initial

This course is intended for shipping personnel who prepare and sign shipping papers for air transport, personnel responsible for classifying hazardous products, and anyone else who meets the definition of a “hazmat employee” and who needs to understand how to read and interpret the IATA Air Regulations. This training covers how to use the A.I.R. Shipper/IATA DGR, definitions, units of measure, identification, proper shipping names, performance oriented packaging, excepted and limited quantities, marking, labeling, mixtures and solutions, documentation, packaging dangerous goods together, overpacks, handling and segregation. Price includes the current International Air Transportation Association regulation book.

2 days, 8 am – 5 pm

Refresher required every 2 years.

IATA Refresher

Prerequisite: IATA Initial. Required every 2 years.

A review of topics originally presented in the initial course and a presentation of new developments and changes in regulations. Required for all “haz-mat employees” needing to keep their IATA certification current. International Air Transportation Association regulation book is provided in class for reference only.

1 day, 8 am – 5 pm

MSHA 24-Hr New Inexperienced Surface Miner

This course meets MSHA requirements for initial training of new personnel without previous mining experience. Classroom instruction must be followed by on-site task and hazard training. Curriculum includes: Rights of Miners, introduction to the work environment, transportation/ground control, communication systems, respiratory devices, hazard recognition, health and safety, first aid, evacuation plans and more.

*Companies that operate under MSHA PT 46 may attend our MSHA PT 48 classes and receive PT 46 training if we have a copy of your PT 46 Training Plan prior to the start of class.

3 days, 8 am – 5 pm

MSHA Surface Miner Annual Refresher

Fulfills recertification requirements of the U.S. Department of Labor, Mine Safety and Health Administration, Subpart 48.

1 day, 8 am – 5 pm

10-Hr OSHA Construction

Delivered by OSHA-authorized trainers, this course covers safety and health topics for entry level participants in the construction industry. Curriculum subjects cover health and safety provisions of OSHAs General Duty Clause to inform employees of roles and responsibilities of both employee and employer in workplace hazard recognition, risk management, accident prevention, and record keeping.
Price includes a 10 Hour OSHA Outreach card.

2 days, 7 am – 4 pm 1st day, 7 am – 9:45 am 2nd day

30-Hr OSHA Construction

Delivered by OSHA-authorized trainers, this course is designed for individuals responsible for implementing, managing and enforcing workplace safety efforts. Class curriculum provides a detailed, cross-referenced awareness of OSHA construction standards and their job site implementation. Syllabus includes: regulatory requirements; safety/health/environmental controls; personal protective equipment; materials handling; fire prevention; hand and portable power tools; electrical safety and more.
Price includes a 30-Hour OSHA Outreach card.

4 days, 7 am – 4 pm

10-Hr OSHA General Industry

Delivered by OSHA-authorized trainers, this course covers safety and health topics for entry level participants in general industry. Curriculum subjects cover health and safety provisions of OSHAs General Duty Clause to inform employees of roles and responsibilities of both employee and employer in workplace hazard recognition, risk management, accident prevention, and record keeping.
Price includes a 10 Hour OSHA Outreach card.

2 days, 7 am – 4 pm 1st day, 7 am – 9:45 am 2nd day

30-Hr OSHA General Industry

Delivered by OSHA-authorized trainers, this course is designed for individuals responsible for implementing, managing and enforcing workplace safety efforts in general industry. Class curriculum provides a detailed, cross-referenced awareness of OSHA General Industry standards and their job site implementation. Syllabus includes: regulatory requirements; safety/health/environmental controls; personal protective equipment; materials handling; fire prevention; hand and portable power tools; electrical safety and more.
Price includes a 30-Hour OSHA Outreach card.

4 days, 7 am – 4 pm

RCRA Initial

The fundamentals of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act in compliance with 40 CFR requirements. The seminar covers: RCRA basics, hazardous wastes, waste minimization/source reduction, inspections and self-audits, contingency planning and the latest regulatory updates. A MUST for large quantity generators. Includes “Hazardous Materials, Substances & Waste Compliance Guide.”

This class has been updated to reflect the RCRA Hazardous Waste Generator Improvements Rule. “This final rule includes over 60 changes to hazardous waste generator regulations that clarify existing requirements, increase flexibility, and improve environmental protection.” (EPA Fact Sheet) If you are responsible for RCRA compliance where hazardous waste is generated, stored, recycled, treated or disposed of, this new rule will greatly affect you and your company.

 

2 days, 8 am – 5 pm

RCRA Refresher

Prerequisite: Strong working knowledge of RCRA Regulations. Refresher on the fundamentals of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act in compliance with 40 CFR requirements. The seminar covers: RCRA basics, hazardous wastes, waste minimization/source reduction, inspections and self-audits, contingency planning and the latest regulatory updates. A MUST for large quantity generators. The current “Hazardous Materials, Substances & Waste Compliance Guide” is provided for use during class.

This class has been updated to reflect the RCRA Hazardous Waste Generator Improvements Rule. “This final rule includes over 60 changes to hazardous waste generator regulations that clarify existing requirements, increase flexibility, and improve environmental protection.” (EPA Fact Sheet) If you are responsible for RCRA compliance where hazardous waste is generated, stored, recycled, treated or disposed of, this new rule will greatly affect you and your company.

 

1 day, 8 am – 5 pm

Refund Policy

Open Enrollment registrations are not confirmed until payment is received. Cancellations must be received five business days PRIOR to the start of the class. Substitutions are accepted. No refunds will be granted after class completion, even if participant failed to meet certification requirements. Prices and class dates are subject to change without notice.