Richland Safety Training Programs
We offer over 50 specialized safety courses. Additional courses may be available, so please be sure to contact us for more information.
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THE NATIONAL SAFETY EDUCATION CENTER
The National Safety Education Center (NSEC) is one of 26 OSHA Training Institute Education Centers (OTIECs) in the nation. These education centers are a national network of non-profit organizations authorized by OSHA to deliver occupational safety and health training to public and private sector workers, supervisors and employers. Richland is not an OTI Education Center, but serves as a host training organization for the NSEC. Richland provides advanced courses for compliance with OSHA regulation as well as general safety and health courses to meet safety awareness and new hire orientation needs. Contact us at (217) 875-7200, Ext. 6219 for upcoming classes.
JOB SITE ANALYSIS
For organizations that don’t currently employ a safety professional, Richland Community College can develop customized safety policies and procedures. Richland Community College’s staff of safety and health professionals can also provide job site inspections. We can be your personal safety consultant and assist you in compliance with occupational safety and health regulations.
Richland Community College will help you implement an effective Ergonomics Program to achieve a safer work environment and compliance. Richland Community College incorporates six basic elements of the ergonomic process when assisting companies in the development of their own ergonomics program:
- Management leadership and employee involvement
- Hazard identification and information
- Job hazard analysis and control
- Medical management
- Ergonomics program evaluation
INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE SERVICES
We offer a wide variety of I.H. services including:
- Health Hazard Assessments
- Indoor Air Quality Assessments
- Compliance Assistance
Workplace simulations allow employees a hands-on opportunity to replicate many types of work environments. The Richland Community College complex serves clients throughout North America, representing a vast variety of industries and construction companies. If your facility cannot be used for practical exercises, we have the availability to simulate your employees’ workplace.
- A Mobile Confined Space Unit (Entry and Rescue classes available at your location)
- Electrical safety equipment and lockout/tagout simulators
- Loading dock
- Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) practice facility
- Classroom complex with multimedia capabilities