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Important Notice From The Training Provider:
To help protect our employees and students, all employees and students must bring and wear a face covering that covers the mouth and nose, at all times in our facility. If you are unable to wear a face-covering due to a medical condition, please contact us beforehand. Moreover, if you have traveled out of state within the last 14 days (including travel to class), have been exposed to or have had COVID-19 in the past 14 days, you must reschedule your training. If you are feeling ill, sick, or have symptoms of a fever, you must reschedule at a later date.
Why Should You Take This EM-385 Course?
This EM-385 course was developed specifically for construction contracts with NAVFAC; Army Corp; Air Force; NASA; and US Coast Guard facilities to provide the students with a better understanding of the contractor's obligation to run a safe job and the contracting officer's role in safety oversight; potential safety and health hazards on construction sites and the regulatory standards that apply; skills to identify, prevent, and correct construction site safety and health hazards; skills to adequately review and assess contractor accident prevention plans and activity hazard analysis; and skills to perform basic mishap investigations and develop adequate reports in order to apply lessons learned to future construction work.
Now you can earn your EM-385 and OSHA 30 certification in the same week! This course includes training that meets OSHA 30 requirements as well, so students will receive certificates for both disciplines at the end of class.
This course uses classroom instruction, live demonstrations, hands-on exercises, and site inspection scenarios, giving students practical experience completing an AHA and APP. This course meets and/or exceeds the requirements of the UFGS (2010) 01 35 26 for Key Contractor Personnel.
The topic of EM385-1-1 Safety and Health requirements is not just another set of regulations the federal government has come up with to frustrate and confuse contractors. The Department of Defense has mandated that EM385-1-1 Safety & Health requirements be the book of choice for the safety parameters on all construction projects. If you are an eager contractor bidding for NAVFAC projects, then you must complete the EM385-1-1 course to receive a certificate. These general safety requirements are enforced by the federal government for a 'Zero Tolerance' standard on construction hazard injuries and deaths. Your trainer will teach at an in-depth level about EM385-1-1, and how to use the manual in great detail. Our focus and main priority is the student learning the subject matter and becoming very comfortable with the material by the end of the 40-hour course.
|Certificates||4-7 days after course completion|
|Parking||Free parking available on site|
1100 Technology Circle, Anaheim, CA 92805
MO Jun 27, TU Jun 28, WE Jun 29, TH Jun 30, FR Jul 01 from 8:30am to 5:00pm
Global Environmental Network, Inc (GENI) has been providing Health and Safety Engineering, Consulting, and Training services since 1992, and has grown tremendously in presence in the municipal, utilities, oil, gas, construction and engineering sectors. GENI's ability to integrate customized, project specific services while constantly evaluating the services ensures our ability to meet or exceed the most rigorous guidelines available. With multiple course types and talented instructors with diverse backgrounds, GENI is your source for high quality safety training in California.