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Fire Safety

Fire Safety course covers hazards that are associated with storing chemicals, welding, and other tasks that could cause a fire. Course material instructs the basics on firefighting procedures. Personnel will know how to properly classify and use a fire extinguisher per the Nation Fire Protection Association (NFPA) recommendations. Testing upon course completion.
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Grain Handling Safety Courses

The following course covers Safety and Health issues in Grain Industry. This course covers the following subjects: General Safety Orientation, Hazard Communication, Entry into Grain Storage Spaces, Bucket Elevators, Dust Control, Contractor Safety, Electrical Equipment Controls, Electrical Hazards, Emergency Action Planning, Fire and Explosions, Grain Dust Hazards, Hot Work Permits, Housekeeping, Ladders, Lockout/Tagout Requirements, Man lifts, MSDS, Pesticide/Chemical Handling, Rail Car Handling, Preventive Maintenance, Respiratory Maintenance, Truck Dump Operations, Walkways and Work Surfaces, Preventing Falls, Blood Borne Pathogens, and Safety Procedures Development. The course will cover all of the above subjects in detailed as deemed appropriate by personnel in the class. This will be an instructor led course. The instructors of this course are OSHA authorized instructors. Testing upon course completion.
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Electrical Hazards

This course covers the electrical hazards that are a concern in the wireless communication industry. The material will cover proper grounding, properly connecting the wires, and general electrical safety. The personnel will be informed of the company's policy on how to handle electrical hazards, and whom the problems should be reported to. Testing upon course completion.
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Biological Hazards

Biological Hazards covers the hazards associated with the wireless industry. This course will go into detail of how the body heats-up due Radio Frequency (RF) energy, and how this could cause tissue damage, if in the right environment. The personnel taking the course will learn some of the techniques for preventing different types of biological hazards as well as different types of Personnel Protection Equipment (PPE) that could be used. Testing upon course completion.
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Explosion & Fire Hazards

Explosion & Fire Hazards course covers the explosions and fire hazards that are associated with most communications site. Course material will cover the best management practices that may prevent these situations from arising. The course will cover what personnel should do if a situation arises, and whom they should report the situation to per company's policy. Testing upon course completion.
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Federal Communications Commission

This course will cover material pertaining to the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) requirements concerning communications tower construction and planning. This will be an overview of the FCC requirements, which will include a lesson on reading the FCC regulations. Testing upon course completion.
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10-Hour Construction Safety

10-Hour Construction Safety course explains the requirements of the OSHA construction safety regulations. Hazard and safety issues associated with the construction industry will be covered in this instructor led course. Course content is adaptable to specific types of construction. Construction Safety is a prerequisite to the Construction "Train the Trainer" program. Testing upon course completion.
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Audit & Inspections

Audit and Inspections is an instructor led course informing personnel on what to expect when regulators enter into an establishment. Personnel will develop an understanding of what to expect during an audit/inspection. This training will state the importance of the chain of command procedures, and why these procedures need to be established. Testing upon course completion.
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Automotive/Vehicle Safety

Automotive/Vehicle Safety covers vehicle maintenance and safe driving practices. Course material reviews what and why vehicle procedures and polices need to be followed. This course can be separated into a smaller course or adaptable into any combination of the following six courses, they are as follows: accident scene procedures, safe driving practices, vehicle maintenance and inspections, winter driving, off road driving, and mobile phone safety. Testing upon course completion.
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Cal/OSHA Regulations

Cal/OSHA Regulations assists employers in establishing company guidelines to implement safe working environments by teaching the importance of Emergency Action Plans. Training also covers but is not limited to: how to read the regulations, occupational, injury and illness record keeping, and Cal/OHSA training requirements. Testing upon course completion. Contact RSI for details.
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Cathodic Protection

Covers the fundamentals of grounding corrosion and cathodic protection, measures to prevent corrosion and the fundamentals of rectifiers. The material will show methods of installing an anode and creating a thermite weld. The basics of test stations and grounding of test stations will also be discussed. The personnel who attend this class are individuals that maintain natural gas systems, water towers, telecom towers, and bridges. The topics of the course include: Corrosion and cathodic protection; What is a good grounding system, Installation of an anode, creating a thermite weld, basics of test stations, and coating lighting and surge protectors.
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Electrical Injuries

Electrical Injuries course covers injuries that can be caused by electricity. Personnel will leave the course with basic first aide skills on how to safely assist coworkers suffering from electrical injuries and how to report injuries to supervisors. Testing upon course completion.
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Electrical Safety

Electrical Safety course explains the safety hazards of working around electricity, the importance of practicing safe work habits, how to prevent electrical injuries and electrical hazards. Safety procedures like Basic Lockout/Tagout will be taught to personnel whom work in these conditions. Testing upon course completion.
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Security & Safety

Security and Safety course covers the proper procedures for security and safety concerns at each facility. Personnel will understand what is required of them to work safely. Employees will learn skills that will decrease workplace hazards, increased awareness towards safety and security and decrease overall workplace injuries or threats. Testing upon course completion.
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Excavation/Trenching

Excavation/Trenching course covers state and federal requirements for excavation and trenching safety. Course materials cover the process of implementing excavation and trenching safe work practices. The employee will understand the hazards of working with heavy machinery and how to work safely in this work. Testing upon course completion.
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Facility Evacuation Planning

After finishing the Facility Evacuation Planning course, the student will have the skills to setup, implement and administer an evacuation plan. The course will cover the evacuation procedures for each particular facility. Testing upon course completion.
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Traffic Control

Traffic Control course offers ways to prevent accidents, and what should be done at intersections that have traffic problems. The students will learn what the speed limits are on the city's property, and around city municipal buildings. The course will also cover the hazards associated with working in traffic zones, and ways to decrease possible hazards. Testing upon course completion.
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Emergency Management

This class is designed to provide disaster preparedness and emergency management practitioners with a broad range of administrative skills and knowledge. The program is designed to serve as the focal point for the development and delivery of emergency management training to enhance emergency management and planning, including developing operational capabilities and facilitating an effective response and recovery from disasters.
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Guide to Class 3 Devices

Class Three training for Law enforcement students, Emergency Management, and local governments needing to review the use of NFR regulations and the use of NFA devices in the field. This class is pending Department of the Treasury FFL registration approval for RSI .
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Level 1 Pumper Certification

This course is recommended in order to understand OSHA and EPA policies. Attendees will walk away with a Level 1 Certification and valuable knowledge that they can immediately apply.
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Federal OSHA Regulations

Federal OSHA Regulations course will cover basics of the Federal OSHA regulations. Course material will cover Federal Safety Regulations, required training and record keeping requirements. The personnel will learn how to read and find information on OHSA's Code of Federal Regulations. Testing upon course completion.
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1-Day Grain Handling Training

This course covers the safety and health aspects of the grain handling industry including terminology, processes, equipment and mechanical/electrical safeguards.
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3-Day Grain Handling Training

This course is based on OSHA training requirements. It covers the safety and health aspects of the oil and gas industry, and will include case history studies and a review of OSHA enforcement procedures.
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2-Day Oil & Gas Safety Training

This course is recommended in order to understand EPA and OSHA policies. Under the OSHA "Right to Know" concept, all employees MUST be advised of the potential work hazards. Attendees will walk away from this 2-day seminar a strong understanding of the safe work practices that are necessary in the Oil & Gas Industry.
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Forklift Instruction/Operation

Forklift Instruction/Operation covers the OSHA requirements on safe forklift operation. Personnel will come out of class with a better understanding of how to correctly and safely drive a forklift, and be able to identify what safety hazards are present when driving a forklift. An instructor will administer the class. This training shall be administered every 2 to 3 years depending on the company's policy, procedures, and if deemed necessary. Testing upon course completion.
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General Industry Safety

This 10 hour general industry course will include safe work practices for hazards associated with general industry per 29 CFR §1910. This course will not cover any hazards related to construction activities. The course will include hazard identification of unsafe conditions, substances and activities that can be incurred in general work areas such as manufacturing, industry, shops or any other venues where non-construction related work activities are present. An instructor will administer the class, and specific class requirements will be dependent upon the industry, and the hazards associated with a particular work environment.
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Hazard Recognition

Hazard recognition course will help the student recognized potential hazards that are located in the work environment. This course can be customized to a specific facility or job. Testing upon course completion.
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Hazardous Materials

Hazardous Materials course covers the basics of hazardous materials. The basics of hazardous material include, but are not limited to the following: spill control, transportation of the material, and proper storage of materials. Depending on the hazardous levels of chemicals that are used, policies and procedures training may be separated into courses for each specific area. Employees will be trained on how to research the rules and regulations when unsafe situations are present. Personnel who regularly come in contact with hazardous materials should attend the instructor led course whereas online classes will be available for all other personnel. Testing upon course completion.
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Health Care Course

This course focuses on the evaluation and inspection of the health care facilities. The emphasis of this course will be placed on the safety and health hazard recognition by department in a hospital setting. The topics that will be covered include legal aspects, health care regulations, program evaluation, engineering controls, ergonomics, and OSHA enforcement issues.
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Machine Guarding

Machine Guarding course will cover OHSA requirements for machine guarding. The course material will cover the importance of machine guarding. Personnel will be able to ensure that guarding is in place, when physically approaching machinery. The importance of machine guarding is part of the course content. Testing upon course completion.
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Mobile Equipment

Mobile Equipment course will be specific to the kind of mobile equipment that is used in particular work environments. The course explains the hazards associated with mobile equipment and steps to insure safety. Testing upon course completion.
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Scaffolding/Elevated Platforms

Scaffolding/Elevated Platforms course will cover the different types of scaffolding/elevated platforms. The instructor will cover the benefits and limitations of each type platforms, hazards associated with each type of platform, and how to safely work on these platforms. The course informs the personnel what state, federal regulations, as well as the company's policy and procedures. Testing upon course completion.
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Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)

Course material covers what the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requirements concerning the height and lighting of the tower. This course will also go over the forms that need to be filled out to ensure the tower will be in compliance, before tower construction begins. Testing upon course completion.
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Emergency Response & Disaster Preparedness

Emergency Response/Disaster Preparedness course covers the policies and procedures are, and why they need to be followed. Supervisors and employees will review the disaster recovery plan, and the emergency and safety procedures in the event that a disaster should occur. Testing upon course completion.
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Introduction to Whistleblower Statutes for Investigators

Course material introduces the student to the employee protection provisions of the Acts that have been delegated to the U.S. Department of Labor. This course is based upon the OSHA training course 162. The acts that are included are: Surface Transportation Assistance Act, Environmental, Federal Aviation Administration, and other related whistleblower protection statues. The course emphasizes on a comprehensive discussion of the Acts and the significant steps to investigating them.
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Applying Spray Finishing & Coating Principles

This course focuses on the hazards associated with spray finishing and coating operations. Topics include a review of industrial processes and related equipment and materials. Applicable OSHA requirements, NFPA standards, engineering controls, work practices are covered.
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Stormwater Management & Erosion Control

This course is designed for personnel who may have storm water issues. After this course has been completed, personnel will have an understanding of the principles and practices of erosion and sediment control. Find ways to maximize the effectiveness of your existing programs during construction, and how to operate facilities using best management practices (BMP). Learn about alternative watershed planning and protection methods. Find ways to maximize the effectiveness of your existing programs. This course provides your group with ways to manage your discharges, do inspections, and what good housekeeping is. The course will cover the legal requirements, the process of erosion and sedimentation, erosion control, best management practices (BMP) selection and application, and structural and non- structural installation guidelines. Tools to involve and educate your public about stormwater pollution and your programs. You don't need a $100,000 program, (You can do most of it within your own group) but you do need training and the right software program, ASIST software management system will be used in class. Each year your organization will have to produce an annual report that documents what has been performed in the previous year for your Stormwater program, this course will show you programs to do this. Develop an effective SWPPP on your own.
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Passing this course does not in any way authorize attendee to present themselves as a RSI authorized trainer nor does it give attendee authority to utilize the RSI name or likeness in any form including advertising, training, or development. Only by passing the RSI Advanced Train the Trainer course, requesting RSI to furnish official RSI training cards, and paying the required fee per card, is an attendee allowed to provide their internal employees with training cards that contain RSI information. RSI Advanced Train the Trainer graduates are only authorized to issue cards to persons that are direct hires for their company that has paid for the training. These policies will be strictly enforced including taking legal action to protect the RSI name and material.

RSI closes registration 21 days prior to any scheduled live training.; Registrations may be taken after the 21 day period, dependent upon space availability. No refunds will be given. RSI is not responsible for cancellations. If a class is oversold or cancelled, registrations will be transferred to the next available date in the local area. RSI will not be responsible for any expenses incurred due to cancellation by either party. All payments are due prior to the registration period.; Refunds for missed classes will not be given. Satisfaction is guaranteed.

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RSI was the first safety group for RF Compliance in telecom and continues to be the industry leader for RF safety and compliance services. Because RF exposure is a safety issue, this is a valuable differential to your organization... View More


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