180-21 140th Ave., Jamaica, NY 11434

  (O) 718-527-2993 / (C) 646-208-4484


  23 Todd Street, San Fernando. Trinidad

(O) 868-657-1534 / (C) 868-788-6955


 M.B.E          C.S.P.          D.B.E.




Authorized OSHA Training Programs



The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Training Program is part of Safety Training through which OSHA authorizes trainers to teach Occupational Safety and Health Standards in both Construction and General Industry. This effort is aimed at promoting work place Safety and Health.




The courses cover the OSHA Policies, Procedures, Standards and Safety and Health Principles. Topics include scope and application of the OSHA Standards. Special emphasis placed on areas that are the most hazardous using OSHA standards as a guide. Upon successful completion of the course, the student receive an OSHA Construction or General Industry Safety and Health 10/30 hour Course Completion Card from the U.S. Department of Labor and a WSCL certificate.




Steve David CSP… has more than 22 years experience in the Environmental Safety and Health Field.. He received a BS in Safety Engineering from Arizona State University and an MS at Hunter College, CUNY in Environmental & Occupational Health Science. Now a Certified Safety Professional (CSP), he has experience in the design, implementation and management of Safety Programs. He also conducts employee, supervisor and management training in Accident Prevention through Behavior Modification Innovative Techniques and Continuous Improvement Principles.



  • Safety
  • Technicians / Representatives
  • Labour Relations Officers
  • Management / Supervisory
  • Personnel
  • EMT, Paramedics and Nurses
  • Employers / Employees
  • Beginners to the Safety and Health field



These courses will provide the following:

  • Practical Understanding of Occupational Safety and Health principles and practices 
  • Familiarization with the terminology and basic concepts of Safety and Health hazards, recognition, evaluation and control methods 
  • Recognize various Construction or General Industry processes, materials and equipment 
  • Identify the common hazards found in many areas 
  • Find the correct OSHA Standard in 29 CFR 1910 or 29 CFR 1926
  • Recommend abatement techniques for hazards found in the workplace. 


  • Behavior Modification 
  • Confined Space 
  • Fall Protection 
  • Fire Prevention 
  • Hazard Communication 
  • Hearing Conservation  
  • Lockout/Tagout  
  • Respiratory Protection  
  • Root Cause Analysis  
  • Risk Assessment  
  • Supervisory Safety Leadership 



Facilitate and coordinate the development and implementation of an effective Safety and Health Management System.

We will seek to make your Safety and Health Management System a self-regulating process by incorporating performance monitoring, feedback and correction capabilities. These will be established either as a separate administrative policy/procedure or as an administrative section in each of the organization’s Hazard Control Programs and Procedures.


  • Written ES & H Program
  • Audit and Assessment
  • Inspection and Recommendation
  • Program Implementation
  • Establish Record Keeping Requirements
  • Environmental Monitoring  



·         Training and Education

·         Communication

·         Emergency Response

·         Fire Protection and Prevention

·         Hazard Elimination and Control



1.   Intro to OSHAct/General Duty Clause

2.   Inspection, Citation and Penalties

3.   Introduction to OSHA Standards

4.   Walking and Working Surfaces

5.   Electrical and Safety Related Practices

6.   Lockout / Tagout

7.   Material Handling and Storage

8.   Introduction to Industrial Hygiene

9.   Hazard Communication

10. Permit Required Confined Space

11. Welding, Cutting and Brazing

12. Personal Protective Equipment

13. Means of Egress

14. Fire Protection

15. Hazardous Materials

16. Machine Guarding

17. Recordkeeping

18. Hand and Portable Power Tools

19. Safety and Health Programs

20. Hazwoper Process Safety Management

21. Health Hazards

22. Lead Hazards

23. General Safety and Health Provisions

24. Process Safety Management




1.   Introduction to OSHA Standards

2.   OSHAct/General Duty Clause 5(a)(1)

3.   Focus Inspection

4.   Multi-Employer Work Site

5.   Ladders and Stairways

6.   Cranes, Derricks, Hoist, Elevators

7.   Excavations

8.   Concrete and Masonry Construction

9.   Fall Protection in Steel Erection

10. Scaffolding

11. Fire Protection

12. Hand and Power Tools

13. Fall Protection Standard

14. Electrical Standard for Construction

15. Personal Protective and Life Saving Equipment

16. Welding and Cutting

17. Material Handling, Rigging and Storage

18. Safety Training and Education

19. Confined Space

20. Hazard Communication Program

21. Motor Vehicle, Mechanized Equipment

22. Safety Management Programs

23. Safety and Health Programs