360water, Inc.

5 training found

Training

  • Safety

  • Accident Investigation Course

    Accident Investigation Course

    Treatment plant safety reflects literally thousands of hazards. Preparation for all hazards, regardless of their chance of occurring in one’s particular circumstances, is an almost impossible task. However, implementation of an accident investigation program can effectively focus a facility on safety issues. Accident investigation should include thorough investigation, reasoned analysis, and follow-up actions.

  • Basic Safety Fundamentals Course

    Basic Safety Fundamentals Course

    Basic Safety Fundamentals for the Water & Distribution System Operator. This Operator Education course describes the basic fundamentals, techniques, instruments, and skills needed to work safely around a water distribution system.

  • Confined Space Entry Course

    Confined Space Entry Course

    In the water industry, much of our work takes place in confined spaces. Industry personnel perform TV inspections, flow monitoring, and the many other tasks of our profession. Confined space entry (abbreviated, 'CSE') is hazardous. Confined spaces can kill. This course will provide safety instructions on confined spaces, as well as discuss the many hazards and dangers associated with them. The course will also discuss appropriate equipment, attire,...

  • Hazard Communication Training Course

    Hazard Communication Training Course

    This course is provided to give Water/Wastewater employees information on the Hazard Communication Program requirements in OSHA regulation 29CFR1910.1200. As with other OSHA regulations the hazard communication program is a requirement for workplaces with greater than ten employees. OSHA regulations may not apply directly to your water/wastewater facility but most states have adopted these regulations or developed very similar regulations that are at...

  • Lock Out Tag Out Program

    Lock Out Tag Out Program

    Developed in 1989, under the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the “Control of Hazardous Energy” or lockout/tagout program was designed to prevent injuries from the sudden and unexpected release of stored energy. Lockout/tagout requires employers to establish a program…for affixing appropriate lockout devices or tagout devices to energy isolating devices, and to otherwise disable machines or equipment to prevent...