FDOT and OSHA Courses

OSHA 10 & 30 Hr. Courses

The OSHA 10-hour and 30-hour courses are training programs intended to provide instruction on a variety of General Industry, Construction & Maritime safety and health standards to entry level participants. The curriculum outlines for these courses are provided and approved by OSHA.

OSHA 10 Hr. General Industry

(*) Elective Topic chose 2
(**) Optional Topics Min ½ each
(#) Topics can be customized to your specific industry or tasks.

TopicHours
Introduction to OSHA (OSHA Training Material) 2.0 hrs. (Mandatory)
Subpart D - Walking working Surfaces & Fall protection 1.0 hr. (Mandatory)
Subpart E and L – Exit routes, Emergency Action Plans, Fire Protection1.0 hr.
Subpart S – Electrical1.0 hr.
Subpart I – Personal Protective Equipment1.0 hr.
Subpart Z - Hazard Communication1.0 hr.
(*) Subpart H - Hazardous Materials1.0 hr.
(*) Subpart O – Machine Guarding1.0 hr.
(*) Subpart Z – Introduction to Industrial Hygiene1.0 hr.
(*) Subpart Z – Bloodborne Pathogens1.0 hr.
(*) Ergonomics0 hr.
(*) Safety and Health management program0 hr.
(*) Fall Protection0 hr.
(**) Hazardous waste Operations and Emergency Response (Hazwoper)0 hr.
(**) Process safety management0 hr.
(**) Lockout/Tagout0 hr.
(**) Confined Spaces0.hr.
(**) Welding, Cutting, and Brazing0.hr.
(**) Working place Violence0.hr.
(**) General Environmental Control0.hr.

OSHA 10 Hr. Construction

(*) Elective Topic chose 2
(**) Optional Topics Min ½ each
(#) Topics can be customized to your specific industry or tasks.

TopicHours
Introduction to OSHA (OSHA Training Material) 2.0 hrs.
OSHA Focus Four Hazards (Falls must be covered for a minimum of one hour and 15 minutes. The other Focus Four Hazards (caught-in or -between, struck-by, and electrocution) must be covered for a minimum of one-half hour each.4.0 hr.
Subpart E – Personal Protective and Life Saving Equipment0. Hr.
Health Hazards in Construction (e.g., noise, hazard communication and crystalline silica, etc.) 0.0 hr.
(*) Subpart N: Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Elevators, and Conveyors0 hr.
(*) Subpart P: Excavations0 hr.
(*) Subpart H: Materials Handling, Storage, Use and Disposal0 hr.
(*) Subpart L - Scaffolds0 hr.
(*) Subpart X – Stairway and ladders0 hr.
(*) Subpart I – Tools – hand and Power0 hr.
(**) Fire protection and Prevention0 hr.
(**) Welding and Cutting for Construction0 hr.
(**) Forklift Training - General0 hr.
(**) Respiratory protection0 hr.
(**) Steel erection0 hr.
(**) Subpart Z – Toxic and hazardous Substances0 hr.
(**) Subpart O – Motor Vehicle, Mechanized equipment, and Marine Operations0.hr.

Signal Person Certification

The course includes discussions on different types of signals used and practical scenarios to prepare students for a practical and written examination that is administered at the end of the course. This course includes topics such as crane components, proper use of the ANSI hand signals, crane characteristics and dynamics, signal person requirements per OSHA 1926.1419-1926.1422, working near power lines, and voice signals.

Methods of Instruction
This course consists of several different components which include power point presentations, lecture, real life case studies, class discussion and hands on demonstration.

Completion Requirements
Students are required to complete 100% of the course and actively participate in all learning activities including hands-on demonstrations and the multiple choice and hands-on final exams. Students must obtain a score of 70% or higher on each to receive a certificate of completion and a Signal Person ID card.

MOT Florida Advance Training Course for Supervisors

Course description
Two days 20 hours; Classroom Course.
Shield safety & Health consulting, LLC. is an approved provider for the Florida Department of

This course is required for personnel with responsibilities or authority to decide on the specific Temporary Traffic Control requirements to be implemented. These positions includes the following;

  • The Engineer responsible for the work zone traffic control development.
  • The work zone Traffic control supervisor

Prerequisites
One year (over 2000 hours work zone experience

Refresher courses are required every fur year for all persons to continue to be qualified to perform their assigned duties.

Basic Flagger Course.

Course Description
Course is 4 hours for the classroom and workshop.

This course covers all aspects of traffic control applicable to short duration activities, including the fundamentals of Temporary Traffic Control component part of a temporary traffic control zone, applicable national standards, typical applications commons to short term activities, and more. The course also presents recommendations on applying control procedure when performing utility and public works operation, includes the review of the MUTCD Part 6E

Prerequisites
None

Refresher courses are required every fur year for all persons to continue to be qualified to perform their assigned duties.