Certified Occupational Safety Specialist

The role of Safety Coordinator is vital to the smooth operation of any plant or industrial site, providing services and resources that help to guarantee the health and safety of numerous friends and coworkers. Our Certified Occupational Safety Specialist (COSS) class can provide you with the solid training that you need to take on this important responsibility.

During our fast-paced, highly interactive COSS training program we will thoroughly address every component of Safety Coordinator Knowledge, beginning with being able to read and apply the OSHA safety and training requirements in 29 CFR 1910 and 1926. We will also work with you on the OSHA 300 requirements, state and local safety requirements, coordinating multiple worksites and citations & penalties. and Safety Coordinator Skills. At the conclusion of the course, you will have the basic background necessary to conduct effective safety committees, deliver safety training, lead accident investigations, deal with worker’s compensation claims, enforce safety rules & regulations, implement emergency response plans, and develop a written safety plan and evaluate its effectiveness.

Participants in the Certified Occupational Safety Specialist Class will learn:

  • Job planning
  • Hazard analysis
  • Job safety analysis
  • How to conduct effective safety meetings and briefings
  • Leadership, Communication skills
  • Presentation skills
  • Pre-job planning
  • Safety Coordinator Essentials
  • Hazard communications
  • Competent person requirements
  • Fall protection
  • Hearing conservation
  • Common injuries and hazards
  • Safety Coordinator Roles

Certified Occupational Safety Specialist Classes can be offered on site at your location at a time of your choosing. Contact us for more information, including an hour-by-hour outline of the class material.

Apply your good intention to accident prevention

Safety Training Courses

Basic Safety Orientation Class

OSHA Construction

Pipeline Safety

First Aid/CPR

HAZWOPER: Hazardous Materials

Certified Occupational Safety Specialist

Supervisor Training

Fall Protection

Ergonomic Safety Training

Safety Training Articles

Eye Injuries at Work

Ladder Safety

New Employees Should be Supervised

Work Hazards Kill Millions

Safety at Heights

Workplace Safety – Confined Spaces

Slips, Trips and Falls in Construction

Sub-Contractor Safety

Ground Fault Protection on Construction Sites

Pregnancy & Workplace Safety

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