Welcome to LBA University™!Safety and Compliance TrainingOnline - On Site - On Campus
Keep your employees safe, avoid OSHA and other regulatory problems, and minimize occupational health and safety liability concerns with LBA University safety and compliance certification training.
We offer courses designed and presented by credentialed experts. Our objective is to team with your safety and risk management team to tailor training to your specific needs, where our standard training won't do. The LBAU team are experienced safety managers themselves, and understand the problems of creating and maintaining a properly trained and certified workforce.
All LBAU occupational health and safety classes are available for group presentation at your facility, or on the LBAU campus in Greenville, NC. Selected OHS courses are also available for individual or group self-study on-line. On-line group courses include a management interface to track and control your student's learning experience. Training is available nationwide.
Course Catalog(Click course number for course description)
ONLINE COURSE OFFERINGS
PPE 111OSHA 10C*OSHA 30C*
EQOP 121EQIN 120OSHA 10C*OSHA 30C*
ALFT 112SCRL 113OSHA 10C* OSHA 30C*
FPP 105 HAZC 108OSHA 10C*OSHA 30C*
PPE 111OSHA 10C OSHA 30C
Activating Your Training
For Online courses: Click on the course to go directly to the entry portal to enroll. Individual or group selections are available, as well as payment options. For assistance with On-line training, contact Byron Johnson, On-line Coordinator, at email@example.com or 252-757-0279.
For all courses: To arrange occupational health and safety class schedules and locations, or to discuss custom course integrations and quotes, contact Bryan Dixon, Director of Safety Training at firstname.lastname@example.org or 252-757-0279.
Payment: LBAU accepts most major credit cards. We accept purchase orders from established accounts. Contract and long term training arrangements are available.
Federal Credit Cards Accepted!
More About LBA University
LBA University, Inc. is a unit of the LBA Group, and is situated on its campus near Greenville, North Carolina. The LBA Group has been supporting industrial, wireless, and broadcasting companies for 50 years with professional risk management, compliance, and technical consulting services, worldwide. LBA is minority owned, MSDC-certified, and an INC5000 growth company.
LBA University has classroom spaces for 15 to 200 OHS students, a high bay training area, and yard space for outdoor training or demonstrations. It is convenient to airport, major highway, and lodging facilities.
Beyond education, the LBA team is available for facility audits, on-site inspections, and other services. LBA Group professional services focus on the management, application, and safety of electromagnetic energy.
LBA University OHS Course Descriptions
ADC1005: FCC AM Detuning ComplianceSignals from AM broadcast stations will induce electrical current in nearby tall metallic structures. Towers that support wireless antennas are typically of a height that makes them efficient “antennas” to receive AM frequencies. The induced current in those towers causes the AM frequency to be reradiated into the electromagnetic environment. AM broadcast stations’ Federal Communications Commission (FCC) licenses specify the maximum signal level that is allowed. The additional signal level from a reradiating tower may cause the cumulative signal level to exceed the licensed value; thereby placing the AM station licensee in jeopardy of being cited for a violation by the FCC. In addition hazards of RF exposure exist with Detuned towers.
OSHA 10C, OSHA 30C: OSHA 10 and 30 Hour Construction Classes. This OSHA Outreach Training Program provides training for workers and employers on the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards in workplaces. The 10-hour class is intended for entry level workers, while the 30-hour class is more appropriate for supervisors or workers with some safety responsibility.
LOTO 101: Lockout / Tag Out The OSHA standard outlines measures for controlling hazardous energiesâ€”electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, chemical, thermal, and other energy sources. Whether you are a recent hire or an experienced employee, this program will expand your knowledge of the Lockout/Tag out (LOTO) standard.
FALL 102: Fall Protection Falls are among the most common causes of serious work related injuries and deaths. Falls can be prevented when workers understand proper set-up and safe use of equipment, so they need training on the specific equipment they will use to complete the job.
EAP 103: Emergency Action PlansWell-developed emergency plans and proper employee training (such that employees understand their roles and responsibilities within the plan) will result in fewer and less severe employee injuries and less structural damage to the facility during emergencies.
FEXT 104: Fire Extinguisher TrainingWhere the employer has provided portable fire extinguishers for employee use in the workplace, the employer shall also provide an educational program to familiarize employees with the general principles of fire extinguisher use and the hazards involved with incipient stage firefighting.
FPP 105: Fire Protection / Prevention The requirements for fire prevention and protection requirements relating to the current edition of the National Fire Codes, published by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) are discussed in this training.
BARR 106: BarricadingBarricade and caution safety tapes are designed to protect and identify both above and below ground hazardous areas or elements such as construction sites and utility lines requiring proper training to ensure compliance.
FLOT 107: Forklift Operator TrainingThe OSHA requires the training for powered industrial truck operator prior to operating the equipment. Evaluations of each operator's performance are required as part of the initial and refresher training and at least once every three years.
HAZC 108: Hazardous Communication â€“ Right to Know 1910.1200 has been updated to align with the UN Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS), Revision 3, and issued in the Federal Register, March 26, 2012. This rule became effective May 25, 2012. Are you up to date?
MSDS 124: MSDS - Material Safety Data Sheets The Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) (29 CFR 1910.1200(g)), revised in 2012, requires that the chemical manufacturer, distributor, or importer provide Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) (formerly MSDSs or Material Safety Data Sheets) for each hazardous chemical to downstream users to communicate information on these hazards.
GHS 1006: GHS - Global Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals The GHS is designed to streamline the hazard assessment, labeling, and hazard communication requirements within and between the countries that adopt it by promoting common, consistent criteria for classifying chemicals according to their health, physical and environmental hazards, and to develop compatible labeling, material safety data sheets (MSDS's) and other information based on those classifications.
CSE 109: Confined Space Entry Many workplaces contain spaces that are considered "confined" because their configurations hinder the activities of employees who must enter, work in, and exit them. Confined space hazards are addressed in specific standards for the general industry and shipyard employment. Confined space hazards are addressed in specific standards for the construction industry.
POHT 110: Power Operated Hand ToolsFar too many workers are not sufficiently trained in the proper use and care of the tools they work with. Each employer is responsible for the safe condition of tools and equipment used by employees. This includes tools and equipment which may be furnished by employees.
PPE 111: PPE It's Your responsibility: To make sure that your employees have, use, ad care for the appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE).
ALFT 112: Aerial Lifts / Scissor Lifts Many workers are injured or killed on aerial lifts each year. OSHA provides information to help employers and workers recognize and avoid safety hazards they may encounter when they use aerial lifts. Only trained and authorized persons are allowed to operate an aerial lift.
SCRL 113: Scaffolds Frame scaffolds are the most common type of supported scaffold. In this lesson we describe OSHA requirements that are common to all supported scaffolds. More often than not, scaffold accidents can be traced to untrained or improperly trained workers.
EXCV 115: Excavations / Trenching The employer must provide a workplace free of recognized hazards that may cause serious injury or death. The employer must comply with the trenching and excavation requirements of 29 CFR 1926.651 and 1926.652 or comparable OSHA-approved state plan requirements.
LADR 116: Ladders and StairwaysWorking on and around stairways and ladders is hazardous. Reasons why accidents occur with ladders include workers not being trained on their proper use, improper positioning, unsafe work practices, using the wrong ladder for the specific job or using ladders with defects.
FIRW 117: Fire Watch Fire Watch Training for General Industry and Construction to be in compliance with NFPA 51, 29CFR 1910.252 is a focused review of specific information. Properly trained personnel responsible and designated to perform fire watch duties during; cutting, grinding, welding, and similar operations are introduced to the following topics.
SFCM 118: Safety Committee Training A well-trained safety committee is a very valuable tool to help management provide a safe workplace for employees and improve the bottom line of any company, large or small.
ISNET 119: ISNET WorldISN's online database, ISNetworld, is the global resource for connecting corporations with safe, reliable contractors/suppliers from capital-intensive If you need assistance in completing the requirements in your response to the ISNETWorld standards or help in writing safety programs to meet the minimum requirements let us know. We can assist in getting you conformant.
EQIN 120: Equipment Inspections and Checks â€“ Pre-shift, Daily, etc.Inspection of the machinery and equipment in use on a daily bases is required. Safety starts before you start your machine! A pre-shift inspection of the machine is critical.
EQOP 121: Operator EvaluationsIn field evaluations for qualifying each operator on a specific piece of equipment is critical to ensuring a safe work environment. A competent individual is one who has the knowledge, experience, and training to safely and effectively perform their duties. Through demonstrated skill of the operator we ensure a comprehensive evaluation.
FLGT 122: Flammable Liquids, Gases and Toxic Materials The employer shall instruct each employee in the recognition and avoidance of unsafe conditions and the regulations applicable to his work environment to control or eliminate any hazards or other exposure to illness or injury.
SCBA 123: SCBA - Self Contained Breathing Apparatus Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) is one of the most important items of personal protective equipment used by trained individuals in IDLH locations. They are used at hazardous materials and confined spaces where there is a threat of toxic fumes or an oxygen-deficient atmosphere. SCBA will not provide adequate protection in some situations, and may be subject to catastrophic failure.
ORC 126: OSHA Requirements Compliance Are you ready for an Occupational Safety and Health Act inspectors to come into your place of business and check to see if you are compliant? A review and evaluation of your facility may prove to be very beneficial in catching things that go un-noticed by those that see it every day.
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