NASP Basic Training Academy

A New Approach to Safety Training

Employers are demanding different safety training today than in the past. They want it to be quick so as to not remove employees from production for any longer than is necessary. They want it to be effective and efficient giving employees the material they need without unnecessary information that may not be relevant to the task. Keep the workers safe, no more and no less is the mandate. That’s why NASP developed its Basic Training Academy.

Basic Training Academy for Workplace Safety

There is much to learn in the area of Workplace Safety. In fact, it may seem overwhelming at first glance. But, much like military basic training, you can learn a little about a lot in a short time and then determine if you need additional training. These courses are designed to provide basic OSHA compliance and meet awareness level training as required by the standards. NASP offers advanced level courses for those who determine they may need additional training. These courses cover the primary topics of workplace safety. Pick the topics you need and bundle for additional savings.

Each of these courses takes approximately 30 minutes to complete and includes a certificate and NASP verification of your training. If you have a large number of employees who require this training, NASP can customize these courses and include site-specific information on your plans, programs and policies. Call 1-800-922-2219 for details.

Courses include the following subjects:

Aerial and Scissor Lift Safety Industrial Hygiene: Basic
Asbestos Safety Infectious Disease Prevention Awareness Training
Bloodborne Pathogens in the Workplace Introduction to Air Quality
Combustible Dust Introduction to Job Hazard Analysis
Confined Space General IndustryH2S Awareness Introduction to Process Safety Management
Confined Space Safety Construction Introduction to Water Quality
Controlling Hazardous Energy Laboratory Safety
Crane, Derrick and Hoist Safety Ladder Safety
Effective OSH Committee Meetings Lead Safety
eFocus Four – Fall Hazards Lockout/Tagout
Electrical Safety for Employees: Basic Machine Safeguarding
Emergency Action and Fire Prevention Plans and Procedures Managing Workplace Stress/Fatigue
Ergonomics Nail Gun Safety
Eye and Face Protection Awareness I Occupational Heat Exposure
Fall Protection Oil and Gas Well Drilling and Servicing
Focus Four – Caught-In or -Between HazardsHousekeeping Safety OSHA Recordkeeping Basics
Focus Four – Electrocution Hazards Personal Fall Protection Systems Subpart I
Focus Four – Struck-By Hazards Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)Conducting OSH Training
Forklift Safety: Basic Preventing Workplace Violence
Hand and Power tool Safety Respiratory Protection
Hazard Communication for the Employee Safety Data Sheets
HAZWOPER I Scaffold Safety
HAZWOPER II Silica Dust Construction Safety
HAZWOPER III Spill Control and Countermeasures Safety
HAZWOPER IV Steel Erection Safety
Health Hazards in Construction Stormwater Prevention Program
Hearing Conservation Trenching and Excavation
Heavy Equipment Safety Walking-Working Surfaces
Incident Investigation: Basic Welding Safety: Basic