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A private non-profit.

*Course taking place during NDSC’s 46th Annual Safety and Health Conference Pre-Conference. See pages 8-9 for more details.

Confined Space Awareness - Construction

CPR/AED, Adult

Learn how to identify hazards involved with permit required confined spaces, how to protect employees from hazards, and key elements of the Construction Confined Spaces standard. This includes defining the differences between work spaces, Confined Spaces, and Permit Required Confined Spaces. It also covers a review of the regulation, proper documentation, rescue planning and execution, atmospheric testing, the roles of the supervisor, attendant, and entrant, and more. Fargo - 8am - 12pm - January 14 Grand Forks - 8am - 12pm - February 11

This course meets OSHA First Aid Standard 29 CFR 1910.151, and prepares students to take action in a medical emergency by teaching them how to respond to choking, breathing and cardiac emergencies. Participants will also learn how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED) in conjunction with CPR. Upon completion, receive a 2-year Adult CPR/AED certificate. Spanish courses available upon request. Bismarck - 8am - 10:30am - January 12, February 9, March 16 Bismarck - 12pm - 2:30pm - January 29, March 26 Dickinson - 12pm - 2:30pm - January 14 Fargo - 12pm - 2:30pm - February 12 Grand Forks - 12pm - 2:30pm - January 8 Jamestown - 12pm - 2:30pm - January 15 Minot - 12pm - 2:30pm - February 15 Watford City - 8am - 10:30am - January 28 Williston - 1pm - 3:30pm - January 17, February 21, March 21

Course Length: 4 hours NDSC Member: $130 Non-Member: $160

Confined Space Awareness - General Industry Course Length: 4 hours NDSC Member: $130 Non-Member: $160

Learn how to identify hazards involved with permit required confined spaces, how to protect employees from hazards, and key elements of the General Industry Confined Spaces standard. This includes defining the differences between work spaces, Confined Spaces, and Permit Required Confined Spaces. It also covers a review of the regulation, proper documentation, rescue planning and execution, atmospheric testing, the roles of the supervisor, attendant, entrant and more. Bismarck – 8am - 12pm – March 19

Confined Space Entry Entrant and Attendant Course Length: 5 hours NDSC Member: $185 Non-Member: $225

This course is for any person who will perform confined space entrant or attendant duties. In addition to learning all duties, attendees will also learn all aspects of the entrant and attendant. Courses in Bismarck will include interactive hazard identification exercises on the NDSC’s confined space training tower! Upon completion, attendees can present their certificate to their employer for consideration to be deemed a qualified or competent person for confined space entry entrant and attendant. This course was developed by Roco Rescue, the world’s leader in industrial rescue training and an OSHA VPP Site. Bismarck - 8am - 1pm - January 28

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Course Length: Approximately 2.5 hours NDSC Member: $45 Non-Member: $50

CPR/AED/First Aid, Adult

Course Length: Approximately 5 hours NDSC Member: $80 Non-Member: $85

This course meets OSHA First Aid Standard 29 CFR 1910.151, and prepares students to take action in a medical emergency by teaching them how to respond to choking, breathing and cardiac emergencies. Participants will learn how to use an AED in conjunction with CPR. First Aid is taught using a combination of instructor-led lecture, “watch-thenpractice” videos, and hands-on training. Topics such as bleeding, burns, poisoning and sudden illness are covered. Upon completion, receive a 2-year Adult CPR/AED certificate and a 2-year First Aid certificate. Spanish courses available upon request. Bismarck - 8am - 1pm - January 12, February 9, March 16 Bismarck - 8am - 1:30pm - February 19* Bismarck - 12pm - 5pm - January 29, March 26 Devils Lake - 12pm - 5pm - March 19 Dickinson - 12pm - 5pm - January 14 Dickinson - 8am - 1pm - February 26 Fargo - 8am - 1pm - January 16, March 12 Fargo - 12pm - 5pm - February 12 Grand Forks - 12pm - 5pm - January 8 Jamestown - 12pm - 5pm - January 15 Minot - 8am - 1pm - January 23, March 19 Minot - 12pm - 5pm - February 15 Watford City - 8am - 1pm - January 28 Williston - 1pm - 6pm - January 17, February 21, March 21

CPR/AED, Pediatric

Course Length: Approximately 2.5 hours NDSC Member: $45 Non-Member: $50

Learn to recognize and respond to breathing and first aid emergencies in children and infants. Video self-instruction and hands-on training are used for choking and CPR/AED practice. Ideal for daycare providers, churches, and anyone working with children younger than age 12. Upon completion, receive a Pediatric 2-year CPR/AED certificate. Bismarck - 8am - 10:30am - February 23

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Online course also available.

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CPR/AED/First Aid, Pediatric

DOT Compliance

This course teaches students to recognize and respond to breathing and first aid emergencies in children and infants. Video self-instruction and hands-on training are used for choking, CPR/AED practice, and various first aid scenarios, including bleeding, burns, poisoning, sudden illness and bone injuries. Ideal for daycare providers, youth group volunteers, churches, and anyone working with children younger than age 12. Upon completion, receive 2-year pediatric certificates for CPR/AED and First Aid. Bismarck - 8am - 1pm - February 23

Personnel responsible for managing commercial vehicles and drivers, such as Fleet Safety Managers, Driver Managers, Safety Supervisors, and administrative support personnel, can benefit from this course. Attendees learn from subject matter experts in the industry and have the opportunity to network with one another and develop connections to reach out to after the course. Course includes in-depth training on the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations, a detailed overview of the CSA website and training that is critical for carrier or fleet safety management. Bismarck - 1pm - 5pm - February 4, February 19* Fargo - 1pm - 5pm - March 5

Course Length: Approximately 5 hours NDSC Member: $80 Non-Member: $85

CPR/First Aid, Train-the-Trainer

Course Length: 16 hours NDSC Member: $375 Non-Member: $475

Certify your employees to teach the only nationally-recognized CPR/AED/First Aid curriculum that meets all OSHA first aid requirements. The curriculum is applicable for industrial, office, and home settings, and includes 100 industry-specific scenarios giving you the ability to customize your presentations. Please call (800) 932-8890 to register. Dickinson - 8am - 5pm - February 26-27 Fargo - 8am - 5pm - January 16-17, March 12-13 Minot - 8am - 5pm - January 23-24, March 19-20

Defensive Driving Course, Alive at 25 Course Length: 4.5 hours Course Fee: $55 Court/DOT Required: $75

Drivers between the ages of 15-24 are more likely than anyone else to be killed in a crash. Alive at 25 is a highly interactive program targeted toward drivers under the age of 25 that helps them take greater responsibility for their driving. Whereas driver education teaches the mechanics of car and road handling and state law, Alive at 25 focuses on behavior, judgment, decision making and consequences, and provides tools for making positive choices. Course qualifies for insurance discount and point reduction. Check online for the most up-to-date schedule. Grand Forks - 4pm - 8:30pm - January 27, March 31

Defensive Driving Course, Attitudinal Dynamics of Driving

Course Length: 8 hours NDSC Member: $125 Non-Member: $150 Court/DOT Required: $175

ATTENTION COMPANIES: This course is recommended for drivers who have received multiple violations or been involved in traffic collisions. DDC ADD is designed to help participants make a connection between their attitude and poor decisions. They will learn how to take responsibility for their actions, and see how their choices have financial, legal, and personal consequences. ADD is used extensively for court referrals and as a diversion program for people with DUI violations, excessive points, and more. Qualifies for insurance discount and point reduction. Fargo - 8am - 5pm - March 23

Defensive Driving Course, Basic

Online course Course Length: 4 hours also available. NDSC Member: $60 Non-Member: $65 Court/DOT Required: $85 Seniors: $40 (55+) Additional Family Members: $30 (same household/same course)

DDC4 is a fast-paced, driver-improvement program that offers practical strategies to reduce collision-related injuries, fatalities, and costs. It addresses the importance of attitude in preventing crashes, and reinforces the good driving skills you already have. DDC4 shows the consequences of the choices you make behind the wheel. Course qualifies for insurance discount, point reduction and WSI Safe Driver program. Bismarck - 6pm - 10pm - January 14 Bismarck - 9am - 1pm - March 9 Fargo - 6pm - 10pm - January 8, March 12 Grand Forks - 9am - 1pm - February 2 Minot - 6pm - 10pm - February 11

Course Length: 4 hours NDSC Member: $175 Non-Member: $210

DOT HAZMAT Compliance

Course Length: 6 hours NDSC Member: $225 Non-Member: $275

Current U.S. DOT regulations require initial and recurrent training of all employees who perform work functions covered by the Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR; 49 CFR Parts 171-180). Any employee whose work directly affects hazardous materials transportation safety is required to have this training. This course will include key training requirements including emergency response information; measures to protect employees from hazards associated with hazardous materials; methods and procedures for avoiding incidents; security awareness training, Subpart H, 172.704 including general awareness/familiarization (ie. Hazardous Material Table, shipping papers, placarding, marking and labeling, packaging), and more. Private courses may be scheduled upon request. Bismarck - 8am - 3pm - February 19*

ECCS 8-Hour Refresher

Course Length: 8 hours NDSC Member: $180 Non-Member: $230

Online course also available.

Prerequisites required. Go to www.ndsc.org for more information. Course teaches recognition, avoidance, abatement and prevention of safety and health hazards in workplaces, covering fall protection, personal protective equipment, electrical safety and hazard communication, to name a few. Emphasis is placed on the most hazardous area of the jobsite. Private courses may be customized to fit your needs. Bismarck – 8am - 5pm – January 8, February 15, March 22

Electrical Hazard Awareness 2-Hour Course Length: 2 hours NDSC Member: $105 Non-Member: $130

This two hour, public course will raise the electrical safety awareness of your non-qualified (non-electrician) workers about the electrical hazards at your plant, job site or manufacturing facility, per the OSHA mandate. This course will also discuss the dangers and effects of electricity on the human body, the hazards of an arc flash, and personal protective equipment (PPE) needed. Private courses may be scheduled upon request. Fargo – 8am - 10am – January 11, February 8

Equipment Operator Scissor Lift Certification

Course Length: 8 hours NDSC Members: $295 Non-Members: $325

Scissor lift, as it is commonly called, is also known as a cherry picker, order picker or aerial work platform depending on which industry you’re in. The NDSC can help you meet the training requirements found in OSHA and industry standards. Using the IVES Training Program, NDSC prides itself on not only delivering the most complete and comprehensive classroom training but also practical, hands-on instruction. We consider this the most important part of any operator training program and cut no corners when evaluating each and every operator. The ultimate goal is a safe workplace environment and that’s what our program is designed to deliver. Bismarck – 8am - 5pm – January 25

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Equipment Operator Skid Steer Certification

Course Length: 8 hours NDSC Member: $295 Non-Member: $325

A common and handy piece of equipment on a job-site, skid steers also present a real danger on job sites with their limited visibility, speed, maneuverability and power. Train your operators to help you control those risks! Our Skid Steer operator certification and recertification is conducted at your site by one of our highly skilled staff trainers who will train your operators on your equipment and your specific applications. Using the IVES Training Program, NDSC prides itself on not only delivering the most complete and comprehensive classroom training but also practical, hands-on instruction. We consider this the most important part of any operator training program and cut no corners when evaluating each and every operator. The ultimate goal is a safe workplace environment and that’s what our program is designed to deliver. Private courses may be scheduled upon request. Bismarck – 8am - 5pm – March 28

Ergonomics, Managing for Results

Course Length: 8 hours • ASC CEUs: 0.65 NDSC Member: $325 Non-Member: $425

Learn the basic concepts relating to ergonomics in the workplace, gain skills to recognize ergonomic risk factors, learn how to conduct an ergonomic worksite analysis, and more. Attendees will be able to identify steps to implement a successful ergonomics program at their workplace. Earn your Advanced Safety Certificate by taking this and other ASC courses. Bismarck – 8am - 5pm – March 11

Fall Protection Awareness - Construction Course Length: 4 hours NDSC Member: $110 Non-Member: $130

Knowing when fall protection is necessary and when it’s not can be very confusing. This program eliminates some of the confusion by giving you an overview of the fall protection requirements for the construction industry, steel erection and equipment used to elevate personnel. Bismarck – 8am - 12pm – February 12 Grand Forks – 8am - 12pm – January 22

HAZWOPER 8-Hour Refresher

Course Length: 8 hours NDSC Member: $220 Non-Member: $250

This refresher course fulfills the requirements of the HAZWOPER Standard for Construction and General Industry and includes updates on and an overview of HAZWOPER requirements with a hands-on approach. Focus will be placed on identification, evaluation and control of a hazmat scene or incident. Course will also cover respiratory protection, DOT ERG, NIOSH pocket guide, and other topics. Hands-on elements will include donning and doffing SCBA units, PPE tape up exercises, air monitoring equipment, as well as a special exercise utilizing the components of HAZWOPER. Bismarck - 8am - 5pm - February 18* Fargo - 8am - 5pm - March 8 Minot - 8am - 5pm - January 24, March 5

HAZWOPER First Responder Awareness Course Length: 3 hours NDSC Member: $140 Non-Member: $175

First responders at the awareness level are individuals who are likely to witness or discover a hazardous substance release and who have been trained to initiate an emergency response sequence by notifying the proper authorities. To meet the requirements for an awareness level first responder, you must have sufficient training or experience to objectively demonstrate competency in core areas outlined by OSHA. Bismarck - 8am - 11am - January 25

Incident Investigation & Root Cause Analysis

Course Length: 8 hours ASC CEUs: 0.65 NDSC Member: $330 Non-Member: $430

This course is for all levels of management, safety practitioners, safety committee members, and individuals responsible for investigating incidents. Attendees will learn to: employ effective investigation and interview techniques; analyze incidents to identify “true” root causes; and describe human relations issues affecting incident reporting. The instructor will cover additional topics such as: what incidents to investigate; the on-site investigation process; what data to include in reports; witness interview techniques; and hazard control measures and follow-up. Earn your ASC by taking this and other ASC courses. Bismarck - 8am - 5pm - February 19*

Industrial Rescue I/II™

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Course Length: 50 Hours NDSC Member: $1,200 Non-Member: $1,440

This 5-day, 50-hour course is designed for industrial and municipal rescuers who may be required to handle confined space and high angle rescues in industrial environments. Industrial Rescue I / II™ takes a very hands-on approach to rescue training that provides the skills necessary to meet OSHA guidelines for a competent rescue team or rescue team member. Participants will practice rescue operations from all six confined space types. These realistic scenarios can be used to document practice requirements required by OSHA 1910.146. Bismarck - 8am - 6pm - January 7-11, March 11-15

Job Safety Analysis

Course Length: 8 hours ASC CEUs: 0.65 NDSC Member: $325 Non-Member: $425

One way to increase the knowledge of hazards in the workplace is to conduct a job hazard analysis on individual tasks. This procedure helps integrate accepted safety and health principles and practices into a particular operation. Each basic step of the job is examined to identify potential hazards and to determine the safest way to do the job. Earn your ASC by taking this and other ASC courses. Bismarck - 8am - 5pm - February 4

INCIDENT INVESTIGATION: CRITICAL ISSUES Training Series

Dickinson, ND - Thursday, March 7, 2019 • 8:30 am – 10:00 am

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Learn the National Safety Council’s six fundamental steps to a comprehensive incident investigation and participate in a mock incident investigation!

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Lift Truck Operator, Train-the-Trainer Course Length: 16 hours NDSC Member: $700 Non-Member: $900

Learn how to train your operators for safe operation and meet OSHA requirements. You will learn how to develop and deliver complete in-house training programs, design exercises for staff evaluations, and instruct non-operators to work safely around lift trucks. Trainer kit included - valued at $425. Call (800) 932-8890 to register. Bismarck - 8am - 5pm - January 15-16 , March 25-26 Fargo - 8am - 5pm - January 30-31, February 27-28 Grand Forks - 8am - 5pm - March 12-13

MSHA New Miner-Part 46 Sand & Gravel Course Length: 24 hours NDSC Member: $305 Non-Member: $355

Includes NSC CPR & First Aid Certification!

Course required for all new and inexperienced sand and gravel miners. Content covers the aggregate industry, including granite, sand, gravel, lime, and cement operations. Federal law requires all miners receive basic and annual refresher training; all mine operators maintain an effective training plan; and each new miner must complete no less than 24 hours of training. Upon successful completion, receive 2-year National Safety Council certificates for Adult CPR/AED and First Aid. Minot - 8am - 5pm - January 15-17, February 12-14

Loader Group Trainer Certification

MSHA Refresher-Part 46 Sand & Gravel

This course addresses front-end, backhoe and skid steer loader in a comprehensive 5-day course. The training covers concepts common to all types of loaders including Bobcat, CAT, John Deere, Komatsu, JCB, Volvo, Kubota and TCM. Trainees will receive in-depth instruction on each type of loader, as well as extensive instruction on how to effectively train operators. Each trainee’s knowledge and demonstrated skills in all aspects of the program are evaluated and graded prior to certification. Successful attendees will receive a certificate of completion and trainer wallet card. Course offered through IVES and hosted by the NDSC. Bismarck - 8am - 5pm - March 18-22

Course is required for all experienced sand and gravel miners and covers the aggregate industry, including granite, sand, gravel, lime, and cement operations. Federal law requires all miners receive basic and annual refresher training; all mine operators maintain an effective training plan; and each miner must have no less than 8 hours of annual refresher training. LaMoure - 8am - 5pm - February 7 Minot - 8am - 5pm - January 14, February 11

Course Length: 5 day (40 hours) NDSC Member: $1,650 Non-Member: $1,650

Managing Silica Hazards

Course Length: 4 hours NDSC Member: $130 Non-Member: $160

When exposed to crystalline silica, workers are at increased risk of developing silicosis, lung cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and kidney disease. This course will train employers and employees on the hazards related to exposure. Attendees will learn how to stay in compliance with OSHA’s Respirable Crystalline Silica standard for Construction (1926.1153) and the steps required to protect themselves and their employees. Dickinson - 8am - 12pm - March 1 Fargo - 8am - 12pm - February 1 Minot - 8am - 12pm - March 5

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Course Length: 8 hours NDSC Member: $105 Non-Member: $130

MSHA New Miner-Part 48 Surface Coal Course Length: 24 hours NDSC Member: $305 Non-Member: $355

Includes NSC CPR & First Aid

This course is required for all new and inexperienced Certification! surface coal miners. Federal law requires all miners receive basic and annual refresher training; all mine operators maintain an effective training plan; and that each new miner complete no less than 24 hours of training. Upon successful completion, receive 2-year National Safety Council certificates for Adult CPR/AED and First Aid. Bismarck - 8am - 5pm - January 29-31, February 26-28, March 26-28

MSHA Refresher-Part 48 Surface Coal Course Length: 8 hours NDSC Member: $105 Non-Member: $130

This course is required for all experienced surface coal miners and applies to coal mines, underground metal and non-metal mines, surface metal mines, and certain surface non-metal mines such as gold. Federal law requires all miners receive basic and annual refresher training; all mine operators maintain an effective training plan; and each miner receive a minimum of 8 hours of annual refresher training. Bismarck - 8am - 5pm - January 28, February 25, March 25

Opioid Awareness

Course Length: 2 hours NDSC Member: $35 Non-Member: $45

Part 46 Sand & Gravel March 19

Part 48 Surface Coal March 20

NDSC Safety Campus, Bismarck

Watch www.ndsc.org for more details coming soon.

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This course focuses on opioid drug use, impairment, and the signs of addiction. Additional topics include steps to take when you suspect opioid usage, resources available to assist with intervention, how to protect yourself when you encounter opioids and paraphernalia, and how to respond in a suspected opioid medical emergency. EMS approved for .5 hour NCCR; 1.5 hour ICCR/LCCR. Bismarck - 8am - 10am - January 7 Fargo - 8am - 10am - January 10

OSHA 10-Hour Construction Course (ECCS) Course Length: 10 hours NDSC Member: $200 Non-Member: $255

Receive instruction on construction industry safety topics and OSHA standards for both employee and entry level supervisors. Using OSHA standards as a guide, special emphasis is placed on the most hazardous areas of a jobsite, including fall protection, electrical and more. Courses run 1pm to 5pm day one, and 8am to 5pm day two: Bismarck - January 2-3, February 12-13, March 11-12 Fargo - January 14-15, February 25-26 Grand Forks - February 11-12, March 20-21

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OSHA 10-Hour General Industry

OSHA Recordkeeping

Course is valuable for employees and supervisors alike. Topics covered include: an intro to OSHA standards, OSHA inspections process and citations, walking and working surfaces, PPE, fire protection, and more. Courses run 1pm to 5pm day one, and 8am to 5pm day two: Bismarck - January 31-February 1, February 26-27, March 19-20 Dickinson - January 9-10, February 7-8 Grand Forks - January 22-23

This course will help you understand what a recordable injury is and keep non-recordables off your logs. The instructor will use interactive exercises to teach you how to properly prepare and maintain required records of workplace injuries and illnesses. Participants will learn how to figure incidence rates, average employment, and hours worked, as well as new recordkeeping procedures and interpretations. Bismarck - 8am - 12pm - February 26 Dickinson - 8am - 12pm - January 9

Course Length: 10 hours NDSC Member: $200 Non-Member: $255

OSHA 30-Hour Construction

This course is designed for anyone involved in the construction industry. Specifically devised for safety directors, foremen, and field supervisors, the program provides complete information on OSHA compliance issues. Fargo - 8am - 5pm - March 25-28

OSHA 500 Trainer Course in OSHA Standards for Construction Course Length: 32 hours NDSC Member: $795 Non-Member: $795

Prerequisites required. Go to www.ndsc.org for more information. Students who successfully complete this course will be able to conduct both 10-hour and 30-hour construction courses and issue cards to participants verifying course completion. This course places special emphasis on topics required in the 10-hour and 30-hour programs as well as on those that are most hazardous, using OSHA standards as a guide. Course participants are briefed on effective instructional approaches and effective use of visual aids and handouts. 2.6 CEUs; 4.0 CMs. The NDSC is an OSHA Training Institute Education Center. Bismarck - 8am - 5pm - February 11-14

OSHA 502 Update for Construction Industry Outreach Trainers Course Length: 18 hours NDSC Member: $695 Non-Member: $695

This course is designed for personnel in the private sector who have completed the OSHA 500 Trainer Course in OSHA Standards for Construction and who are active trainers in the outreach program. It provides an update on such topics as OSHA construction standards, policies, and regulations. Outreach trainers are required to attend this course every four years to maintain trainer status. 1.8 CEUs; 3.0 CMs. The NDSC is an OSHA Training Institute Education Center. Bismarck - 8am - 5pm - March 18-20

OSHA 510 Occupational Safety & Health Standards for Construction This course for private sector personnel covers OSHA policies, procedures and standards, as well as construction safety and health principles. Topics include scope and application of OSHA construction standards. Special emphasis is placed on those areas that are most hazardous, using OSHA standards as a guide. 2.6 CEUs; 4.0 CMs. The NDSC is an OSHA Training Institute Education Center. Bismarck - 8am - 5pm - January 14-17

NOW STATE CERTIFIED!

Updated information on new OSHA rule!

PEC H2S Clear

Course Length: 30 hours NDSC Member: $720 Non-Member: $920

Course Length: 32 hours NDSC Member: $795 Non-Member: $795

Course Length: 4 hours NDSC Member: $110 Non-Member: $130

Course Length: 4 hours NDSC Member: $120 Non-Member: $125

Improve safety performance for general industry workers who may come in contact with hydrogen sulfide by providing crucial knowledge of dangers of H2S and the precautions, tools and controls necessary when working in H2S environments. Course covers current classroom requirements of ANSI Z390.1 and is designed to meet the new ANSI requirements. Bismarck - 8am - 12pm - January 24, March 13 Dickinson - 8am - 12pm - February 1

PEC SafeLandUSA Basic Orientation Course Length: 8 hours NDSC Member: $190 Non-Member: $215

This course gives a general idea of safety issues in the oil and gas industry. It meets API RP 75 & API RP T-1 requirements and provides a basic understanding of general safety information employees should know before entering a facility and while performing work duties. More than 25 leading oil and gas operators accept this orientation. Bismarck - 8am - 5pm - January 23 Dickinson - 8am - 5pm - March 14

Principles of Occupational Safety & Health

Course Length: 32 hours • ASC CEUs: 2.6 NDSC Member: $1,295 Non-Member: $1,650

Gain the confidence you need to implement a comprehensive safety process in your organization. From this course, you will get a balanced perspective of occupational safety and health issues; learn how to organize and communicate an effective safety program; and learn techniques to identify and target hazards specific to your organization. Earn your Advanced Safety Certificate by taking this and other ASC courses. Fargo - 8am - 5pm - March 25-28

Process Safety Management

Course Length: 24 hours NDSC Member: $695 Non-Member: $830

It is that critical companies develop a risk matrix appropriate to the nature of risks, and then build awareness across the organization through structured on-the-job learning. This is best done using practical tools and examples employees can relate to on a day-to-day basis, while concurrently developing a thorough understanding of hazards, equipment, and process design. This course will help you set up and learn applications of these principles and more. Bismarck - 8am - 5pm - March 12-14

EMERGENCY MEDICAL RESPONDER COURSE

Our EMR course is now approved for state certification through the ND Department of Health, Division of Emergency Medical Systems.

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Qualified Rigging & Signalperson Training

Self Protection & Predator Awareness

This course is designed to meet the requirements for Riggers and Signalpersons to be qualified under the new rule, 29 CFR 1926, Subpart CC. Course will address safe rigging practices and procedures, methods to calculate sling loading, ASME hand and voice signals, ASME responsibilities of signalpersons, and more. Bismarck - 8am - 5pm - January 10

Gain the knowledge to recognize, avoid, and handle stalkers and predators. Then, receive two hours of hands-on training where you will practice techniques to escape an attacker. These tactics are simple and easily used by people of any size or strength, making it the perfect substitute for a traditional self-defense course. Appropriate for those 13 years and older. Bismarck - 9am - 1pm - March 9

Reasonable Suspicion for Supervisors

Slips, Trips and Fall Prevention for Employees

Course Length: 8 hours NDSC Member: $255 Non-Member: $325

Course Length: 4 hours NDSC Member: $105 Non-Member: $125

Learn what to look for and actions to take if someone seems unfit for duty, and how to perform reasonable suspicion/cause testing. Other topics include: important elements of a comprehensive substance abuse policy and the greatest risk categories for drug and alcohol abuse among workers. Course meets US DOT training requirements. Each attendee will receive a copy of the most current Drug Identification Guide. Bismarck - 8am - 12pm - February 4, February 19* Fargo - 8am - 12pm - March 5

Safety Inspections

Course Length: 8 hours • ASC CEUs: 0.65 NDSC Member: $325 Non-Member: $425

Learn how to plan and conduct a safety inspection, complete inspection reports, develop recommendations and follow-up, and manage an inspection program. Other topics include pre-inspection tasks, recording observations, handling employee reactions to the inspection process, and more. Earn your ASC by taking this and other ASC courses. Bismarck - 8am - 5pm - February 18*

Safety Management Techniques

Course Length: 32 • ASC CEUs: 2.6 NDSC Member: $1,295 Non-Member: $1,650

Attendees will learn how to lead safety in their organization and get their team involved in safety efforts. Course will meet the needs of safety and health committee leaders, supervisors and middle/upper level managers. Attendees will learn fundamental principles of safety management as well as how to: identify leadership strategies that contribute to success as a manager; recognize strategies and steps to create organizational and individual change; prepare a successful safety management audit; establish a business case for a safety management system, and more! Earn your Advanced Safety Certificate by taking this and other ASC courses. Bismarck - 8am - 5pm - January 21-24

Safety Training Methods

Course Length: 32 hours • ASC CEUs: 2.6 NDSC Member: $1,295 Non-Member: $1,650

Whether you’re coordinating training development, purchasing materials from vendors, contracting with trainers, or conducting training yourself -you’ll find this course valuable. The Safety Training Methods course focuses on the knowledge and skills required to assess your training needs, as well as plan, organize, create, and deliver performance-based safety and health training programs. During this course, participants will: plan and design a training program applicable to their work environment; learn strategies and methods that address adult learning needs; complete a training needs analysis; calculate direct and indirect training costs, and more. Earn your ASC by taking this and other ASC courses. Bismarck - 8am - 5pm - March 4-7

Contact John Woutat to ask about setting up a private course!

A private non-profit.

701-751-6107 JohnW@ndsc.org

Course Length: 4 hours NDSC Member: $50 Non-Member: $55

Course Length: 2 hours NDSC Member: $165 Non-Member: $215

Slips, trips, and falls are a major cause of preventable injuries and deaths in the workplace; only motor vehicle incidents cause more worker fatalities. This course is designed for employees of all levels to be able to recognize, evaluate and control hazards that contribute to slips, trips, and falls. Attendees will learn three components of effective prevention; how to assess areas in the workplace that contain hazards; three types of evaluations; how to select and recommend appropriate footwear; and more. Bismarck - 3pm - 5pm - February 19*

Traffic Control For Supervisors

Course Length: 16 hours NDSC Member: $400 Non-Member: $500

This course is for supervisors involved in street and highway work expected to provide a safe work zone. Gain knowledge of the process of planning, designing, installing, maintaining, and monitoring work zone traffic control, including temporary work zones, planning work zones, traffic patterns, and pedestrian patterns. Course meets the ND DOT and FHA specifications. Students will receive the most current edition of the MUTCD, Guidelines for Work Zone Safety for Utilities Handbook, and One-Call Handbook. Bismarck - 8am - 5pm - January 16-17 Fargo - 8am - 5pm - March 12-13 Minot - 8am - 5pm - February 6-7

Traffic Control For Supervisors Refresher

Course Length: 6 hours NDSC Member: $225 Non-Member: $250

This refresher course is for road construction supervisors who have already completed the 16-hour Traffic Control for Supervisors course and does not qualify for DOT regulations. Students will receive updates applicable to the MUTCD, and review the mathematical formulas and principles needed to manage temporary traffic control zones. Bismarck - 9am - 3pm - March 14

Trenching & Excavation Awareness - 4 Hour Course Length: 4 hours NDSC Member: $110 Non-Member: $130

This awareness course describes OSHA’s Standard - Subpart P - Excavations. Course includes the definitions to this subpart along with specific excavation requirements, requirements for protective systems, soil classifications, sloping and benching, timber shoring for trenches, aluminum hydraulic shoring , alternatives, and the selection of protective systems. Bismarck - 8am - 12pm - January 2, March 11 Fargo - 8am - 12pm - February 25

Worker & Driver Fatigue Awareness Course Length: 2 hours NDSC Member: $50 Non-Member: $75

Worker and driver fatigue has become a national epidemic. During this course, attendees will learn the dangers of sleep loss and fatigue associated with shift work. Instead of managing fatigue with temporary fixes such as caffeine and energy drinks, attendees will walk away with practical tools to manage and improve their sleep. Bismarck - 1pm - 3pm - January 7 Fargo - 1pm - 3pm - January 10

www.ndsc.org • 701-223-6372 • 800-932-8890 • ndsc@ndsc.org

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NDSC’s 46th ANNUAL SAFETY & HEALTH

Wednesday, February 20 thru Friday, February 22, 2019 Pre-Conference: Monday, Feb. 18 & Tuesday, Feb. 19

PRE-CONFERENCE COURSES NEW! Monday and Tuesday Pre-Conference courses! Monday Courses

Tuesday Courses

PC01 Safety Inspections NDSC Member: $325 Non-Member: $425 Dustin Austin, North Dakota Safety Council 8am - 5pm, Intermediate Course Max: 25

PC03 7 Core Elements of S&H Management Systems Taking place at NDSC Safety Campus

This workshop provides an overview of the safety and health inspections process and examines specific techniques to improve the process. Upon completion, attendees will be able to plan and conduct a safety inspection, complete inspection reports, develop recommendations and follow-up, and manage an effective inspection program. This course qualifies for 0.65 CEUs toward the NSC Advanced Safety Certificate.

PC02 HAZWOPER 8-Hour Refresher NDSC Member: $220 Non-Member: $250 Jay Skarphol, North Dakota Safety Council 8am - 5pm, Intermediate

Taking place at NDSC Safety Campus

This course fulfills the requirements of the HAZWOPER Standard for Construction and General Industry and includes updates on, and an overview of, HAZWOPER requirements with a hands-on approach. Hands-on elements will include donning and doffing SCBA units, PPE tape up exercises, air monitoring equipment, as well as a special exercise utilizing the components of HAZWOPER.

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NDSC Member: $295 Non-Member: $395 Dale Robinson, HR Safety Consulting 8am - 5pm, Intermediate-Advanced

This workshop will focus on the development and management of a well-defined Safety and Health Management System following the recommendations from OSHA. The seven elements to be discussed will include: management leadership; worker participation; hazard identification and assessment; hazard prevention and controls; education and training; program evaluation; and communication and coordination.

NDSC Member: $295 Non-Member: $395 Bill Gantic, NTT Training 8am - 5pm, All Levels

NFPA 70E is the “how-to” standard for complying with OSHA electrical safety regulations. This presentation addresses the major changes that have occurred in the 2018 edition and also provides an overview of the standard. Course is beneficial to qualified electrical workers or anyone working around electrical hazards in the workplace.

PC06 Incident Investigation & Root Cause Analysis

PC04 Advanced Confined Space Rescue Techniques NDSC Member: $295 Non-Member: $395 Dennis O’Connell, Roco Rescue 8am - 5pm, Advanced

PC05 Electrical Safety in the Workplace: NFPA 70E 2018 Changes

Taking place

at NDSC Safety Course Max: 21 Campus This rescue training is designed for the experienced rescuer. We will look at the various concepts for equipment pre-rigging, alternate packaging methods, and rescue systems associated with successfully completing complex confined space rescues. This hands-on session will take place at the NDSC Safety Campus and includes activities on a 26-foot tall confined space training tower.

NDSC Member: $325 Non-Member: $425 Rick Halldorson, North Dakota Safety Council 8am - 5pm, All Levels Course Max: 30 This course is for all levels of management, safety practitioners, safety committee members, and individuals responsible for investigating incidents. Attendees will learn to: employ effective investigation and interview techniques; analyze incidents to identify “true” root causes; and describe human relations issues affecting incident reporting. This course qualifies for 0.65 CEUs toward the NSC Advanced Safety Certificate.

www.ndsc.org • 701-223-6372 • 800-932-8890 • ndsc@ndsc.org


PC07 Managing Excavations for the Competent Person NDSC Member: $295 Non-Member: $395 Tim Robson, Roco Rescue 8am - 5pm, Intermediate

Taking place at NDSC Safety Campus

This class will cover all OSHA knowledge requirements for a Competent Person for Trench and Excavations. Topics will include soil types, tabulated data, sloping and benching, shoring, shielding, bracing, escape routes, and many others. During the final hour, attendees will utilize patient simulators to practice caring for a worker suffering from injuries sustained in a trench collapse. This course may be used by the Authority Having Jurisdiction as documentation of training to satisfy the “Excavation Competent Person” training requirement.

PC08 Math Review Course NDSC Member: $300 Non-Member: $400 Dan Snyder, SPAN International 8am - 5pm, All Levels

This workshop will prepare you for math typically encountered on BCSP certification exams. You will review more than 100 targeted math problems. Dan will provide you with the knowledge and skills to successfully attain BCSP certifications.

PC09 DOT HAZMAT Compliance

NDSC Member: $225 Non-Member: $275 Jay Skarphol, North Dakota Safety Council 8am - 3pm, All Levels

Any employee whose work directly affects hazardous materials transportation safety is required to have this training. This course will cover key training requirements including emergency response information; measures to protect employees from hazards associated with hazardous materials; methods and procedures for avoiding incidents; security awareness training, Subpart H, 172.704 including general awareness/familiarization (ie. Hazardous Material Table, shipping papers, placarding, marking and labeling, packaging), and more.

PC10 CPR/AED/First Aid

NDSC Member: $80 Non-Member: $85 John Woutat, North Dakota Safety Council 8am - 1:30pm, All Levels

This course teaches students to take action in a medical emergency and prepares them to respond to choking, breathing and cardiac emergencies. Participants will learn how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED) in conjunction with CPR. First Aid topics will include bleeding, burns, poisoning and sudden illness. Upon completion, you will receive an Adult 2-year CPR/AED and 2-year First Aid certificate.

PC11 Creating a Comprehensive Active Shooter Response Plan

PC14 How to Set Up Your Radiation Protection Program

Attendees will perform a writing exercise where Don will guide them through the necessary steps to create an in-depth active shooter response plan. At the conclusion of the workshop, attendees will have a partially or fully written active shooter response plan that follows the suggested protocols of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, OSHA, and ADA.

This presentation will describe equipment and methods for verifying the presence/ absence of NORM/TENORM associated with oil and gas; identifying exploration and production activities where NORM/TENORM is present; and characterizing exposures. John will also identify ways to reduce exposures to workers and the public during exploration and production operations, maintenance, waste handling, and waste disposal activities.

NDSC Member: $165 Non-Member: $215 Don Moseman, North Dakota Safety Council 8am - 12pm, Intermediate

PC12 Reasonable Suspicion for Supervisors

NDSC Member: $105 Non-Member: $125 Michael Jamison, North Dakota Safety Council 8am - 12pm, Intermediate

This classroom course will give supervisors from all industries valuable training on the management of drug and alcohol abuse in the workplace. Supervisors will learn what to look for, and actions to take if someone seems unfit for duty. Other topics include: important elements of a comprehensive substance abuse policy, and the greatest risk categories for drug and alcohol abuse among worker populations.

PC13 DOT Compliance

NDSC Member: $175 Non-Member: $210 Michael Jamison, North Dakota Safety Council 1pm - 5pm, Intermediate

Personnel responsible for managing commercial vehicles and drivers, such as Fleet Safety Managers, Driver Managers, Safety Supervisors, and administrative support personnel, can benefit from this course. The course will cover training critical for commercial carrier or private fleet safety performance, in-depth training on the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations, and a detailed overview of CSA.

NDSC Member: $165 Non-Member: $215 John Snawder, NIOSH 1pm - 5pm, Advanced

PC15 School Violence Prevention, Planning, and Management

NDSC Member: $165 Non-Member: $215 Don Moseman, North Dakota Safety Council 1pm - 5pm, Intermediate During this interactive workshop, learn how to increase your level of safety and preparedness in the event of an active shooter, and methods to lower your school’s risk. Don will review case studies and lessons learned from past events, including known traits, origins, and societal influences on the shooters.

PC16 Slips, Trips and Fall Prevention for Employees

NDSC Member: $165 Non-Member: $215 John Woutat, North Dakota Safety Council 3pm - 5pm, Basic Slips, trips, and falls are a major cause of preventable injuries and deaths in the workplace; only motor vehicle incidents cause more worker fatalities. This course is designed for employees of all levels to be able to recognize, evaluate and control hazards that contribute to slips, trips, and falls.

Register online. Courses priced at individual rates. Lunch included with all Pre-Conference courses. For full course descriptions or to register, go to www.ndsc.org. During registration, select Pre-Conference as your event.

www.ndsc.org • 701-223-6372 • 800-932-8890 • ndsc@ndsc.org

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STARS of theNDSC!

Meet the

Each year we reach nearly 50,000 people and our instructors maintain an excellent rating of approximately 4.74 stars out of 5. Dustin Austin

Robin Martin

Safety Consultant

Average Evaluation Score: 4.75 out of 5 Dustin Austin is a former EHS Director from the oil and gas industry in the Bakken and the former Chairman of the Mondaks Safety Network. He has nearly 14 years of oil and gas experience from the North Dakota, Colorado and New Mexico fields. Dustin is our equipment operator expert and can train on topics ranging from rigging to Advanced Safety Certificate courses.

Chelle Doll

Chelle has trained hundreds of Average Evaluation Score: 4.88 out of 5 people in 78 different U.S. cities over the past 13 years in sales, relationship building and communication. She also has prior experience working as a 911 Operator for State Radio and as an emergency medical technician (EMT).

Average Evaluation Score: 4.62 out of 5

Archie is a Certified Safety Professional with extensive professional safety and health management experience. His experience includes Program Director for ND OSH Consultation Unit, and developing and managing safety programs for companies in surface coal and surface metal/non-metal mining, cement manufacturing, chemical manufacturing, equipment manufacturing, electrical generation, and construction.

Rick Halldorson

Senior Safety Consultant Average Evaluation Score: 4.74 out of 5 Eastern ND

Rick has 28 years of industrial work experience, with 14 years in safety management including program design, auditing, back-towork programs and process safety management auditing. Rick’s experience positions him as a high-level trainer and has earned him the ability to be an authorized trainer for OSHA 500, 501, 502, 503, 510 and 511 courses.

Richard Irish

Safety Consultant

Average Evaluation Score: 4.80 out of 5 Richard is a retired plant manager with 35 years of experience in the construction and operation of various processing plants, both in South Africa and the US. He obtained a Mechanical Engineering degree from the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa. Richard’s unique skillset allows him to train on a variety of topics including Lift Truck Operator, Confined Spaces, and OSHA 10 & 30 hour courses.

Safety Consultant

Don Moseman Don served in the U.S. Air Force Average Evaluation Score: 4.88 out of 5 for seven years, with his last duty assignment as a squadron safety officer. He served as a state trooper for 20 years, with 10 years specializing in driver education and safety programs, and as the Director of Government Programs for the National Safety Council. He is a high-level trainer whose expertise includes violence prevention, traffic safety, and supervisor-level safety trainings.

Jay Skarphol

Archie Gilliss

Michael Jamison

Average Evaluation Score: 4.85 out of 5 Martin earned her associate degree in business from Bismarck State College and spent more than four years in the United States Army. During her 36 year career in the utilities industry, she refined her teaching style while serving as the on-staff instructor for defensive driving, CPR and first aid.

Master Instructor

Safety Consultant

Safety Consultant

Safety Consultant

Average Evaluation Score: 4.48 out of 5

Michael is a retired Air Force Sergeant and Colorado State Trooper. After serving with the 1002 Security Police Squadron, he became Master Trooper for the Colorado State Patrol where he also served as a trainer for the Colorado State Patrol Academy. His 20+ years with the Colorado State Patrol gave him unique experience, specically in the areas of self-protection, defensive driving, and emergency operations planning. After retiring from the State Patrol, Michael spent 3 years as a CDL trainer for school bus drivers.

Safety Consultant

Average Evaluation Score: 4.60 out of 5 Jay is a former Senior EH&S Specialist with experience in general industry, construction, and oil and gas. His experience includes incident investigations; onsite inspections; Level 5 Hazardous Materials Incident Command; and as a TapRooT Advanced Investigations Team Leader. Jay trains on topics ranging from First Aid to Lift Truck Operator.

John Woutat

First Aid Manager

John is a former EMS Training Average Evaluation Score: 4.83 out of 5 Program Coordinator and has more than 20 years of experience in training and emergency response. He was an EMS responder and flight paramedic for 18 years, a 9-1-1 dispatcher/educator/trainer for 8 years, and also served as a certified firefighter. John provided training on topics such as CPR, first aid, ACLS, and AMLS.

Aglae L. Young Safety Consultant

Average Evaluation Score: 4.78 out of 5 Aglae has a BS in Computer Systems for Management, Master’s degree in Education, and 20+ years of experience as a trainer. She has been an EMT for 14+ years and a Spanish interpreter for the ND Court System since 2009. In addition to basic First Aid/CPR, Aglae can teach Emergency Medical Response and OSHA General Industry courses.

800-932-8890 • 701-223-6372 See a full list of our trainer’s credentials, as well as trainer reviews, at www.ndsc.org/trainingcalendar/trainers

ProgramMANAGERS Karen Selensky, Workplace Manager • karens@ndsc.org Dee Stanley, ECCS Manager • dees@ndsc.org Terry Weaver, Traffic Safety Manager • terryw@ndsc.org John Woutat, First Aid Manager • johnw@ndsc.org Kathy Zander, Community Protection Manager • kathyz@ndsc.org


NDSC COURSES

Complete listing of

Ergonomics, Managing for Results Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene Incident Investigation & Root Cause Analysis Job Safety Analysis Principles of Occupational Safety & Health Safety Inspections Safety Management Techniques Safety Training Methods Team Safety

ATV/UTV Safety Awareness Building & Emergency Preparedness Risk Assessments Customized Emergency Operations Plan House of Worship Violence Planning & Management Emergency Preparedness & Response Planning Opioid Awareness Railroad Safety Presentations Reasonable Suspicion Responsible Beverage Server** School Violence Planning & Management Self Protection & Predator Awareness

Advanced First Aid, CPR & AED NEW! Basic Life Support for Healthcare and Professional Rescuers Bloodborne & Airborne Pathogens CPR/AED, Adult (also available in Spanish) CPR/AED, Pediatric CPR/AED/First Aid, Adult** (also available in Spanish)

CPR/AED/First Aid, Pediatric Emergency Medical Responder Workplace Trauma & Triage

Adverse Weather DrivingSlippery Slope** Alive at 25, Defensive Driving** Attitudinal Dynamics of Driving** Building a Quality Fleet Safety Program Coach Me Advanced Behind-TheWheel** Defensive Driving Course** DOT Compliance DOT HAZMAT Compliance Motor Vehicle & DOT Fleet Assessment Motor Vehicle Crash Investigation for Supervisors Prof. Truck Driver, Defensive Driving Course, Train-theTrainer School Bus Driver Training NEW! Vehicle Fleet Safety Management

WORKPLACE SAFETY

NEW! Building a Safety Management System NEW! Certified Occupational Safety Specialist Confined Spaces Awareness Construction Confined Spaces Awareness General Industry Confined Space Entry Entrant and Attendant Confined Space Entry Supervisor Construction Focus Four ECCS 8-Hour Refresher Electrical Hazard Awareness, 2-Hour Equipment Operator Training** 2-Day Express Counterbalanced Forklift Trainer Aerial Boom Lift Certification Aerial Lift Trainer Certification Backhoe Certification Combined Aerial Lifts Combined Forklift Certification Counter Balanced Forklift Excavator Certification Rough Terrain Forklift Certification Scissor Lift Certification Skid Steer Certification Wheel Loader Certification

Premium Combo Trainer Certification Fall Protection Awareness Construction Field Leadership Coaching & Mentoring Fall Prevention** Field Leadership in Oil & Gas Extraction & Production** NEW! Fire Prevention Hazard Communication/GHS HAZWOPER 8-Hour NEW! HAZWOPER First Responder Awareness Industrial Rescue I/II NEW! IVES Trainer Recertification Leadership Development Lift Truck Operator Training** Loader Group Trainer Certification Lockout/Tagout Managing Silica Hazards MSHA New Miner - Part 46 Sand and Gravel MSHA Refresher - Part 46 Sand and Gravel MSHA New Miner - Part 48 Surface Coal MSHA Refresher - Part 48 Surface Coal NFPA 70E (Arc Flash Safety) High Voltage NFPA 70E (Arc Flash Safety) Low Voltage OSHA 10-Hour Construction Course (ECCS) OSHA 10-Hour General Industry

PEC H2S Clear PEC SafeLandUSA Basic Orientation Process Safety Management Qualified Rigging & Signalperson Training Rescue I-Plus™ Rescue Tech II Sexual Harrassment Training for Employees Sexual Harrassment Training for Supervisors Site Safety Assessments Slips, Trips and Fall Prevention for Employees Supervisory Development Suspended Worker Rescue Traffic Control for Construction Workers Traffic Control for Supervisors Traffic Control for Supervisors Refresher Trenching & Excavation - 2-Hour & 4-Hour Worker Fatigue Awareness Workplace Violence Awareness Workplace Violence Planning & Management

(also available in Spanish)

OSHA 30-Hour Construction Course (ECCS) OSHA 30-Hour General Industry OSHA 500 - Trainer Course in OSHA Standards For Construction OSHA 501 - Trainer Course in OSHA Standards for General Industry OSHA 502 - Update for Construction Industry Outreach Trainers OSHA 503 - Update for General Industry Outreach Trainers OSHA 510 - Occupational Safety & Health Standards for Construction OSHA 511 - Occupational Safety & Health Standards for General Industry OSHA 5810 - Hazards Based Standards for Oil & Gas Exploration and Production OSHA 7405 Fall Hazard Awareness for the Construction Industry OSHA Recordkeeping PEC Core Compliance or Core Refresher

Bloodborne and Airborne Pathogens CPR/AED/First Aid DDC Distracted Driving Defensive Driving Course ECCS Online Refresher* Flagger Training HAZWOPER 8-Hour* OSHA 10-Hour Construction* (also available in Spanish)

OSHA 10-Hour General Industry* (also available in Spanish)

OSHA 30-Hour Construction* OSHA 30-Hour General Industry* Prof. Truck Driver, Defensive Driving Course Rail Safety for Professional Drivers Rail Safety for School Bus Drivers Responsible Beverage Server Basic Server; Large Event; or Owner/Manager

*Course provided by Summit Training Source. ** Course has a Train-the-Trainer option.


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Safety Training Guide JANUARY • FEBRUARY • MARCH REGISTRATION

Register at www.ndsc.org or call (800) 932-8890.

NDSC TRAINING LOCATIONS

The NDSC hosts courses at 20+ locations across the state. Go to www.ndsc.org/trainingcalendar for course locations and addresses.

PAYMENT, TRAINING AND CANCELLATION POLICY

Pre-registration and pre-payment is required. If you are unable to attend a training course, you must cancel at least three business days prior to the course for a full refund. Late registrations or no-shows are non-refundable. NDSC reserves the right to cancel any class not meeting the minimum attendance requirements. See complete policy at www.ndsc.org.

After you register, watch for an email confirmation stating the course location.

Wednesday, February 20 thru Friday, February 22, 2019

NDSC’s 46th ANNUAL SAFETY & HEALTH

Bismarck Event Center

WHAT’S

NEW THIS YEAR?

Earn CEUs

Pre-Conference: Monday, February 18 & Tuesday, February 19

Bacon!

New in 2019 - CEU’s will be offered through a partnership As if a new closing keynote on Friday wasn’t enough, we’ve with the ASSP Northern Plains Section and issued from the added a hot breakfast Friday morning. Bacon lovers rejoice! University of Minnesota School of Public Health, Centers for Public Health Education and Outreach. Plus, watch for 50+ Speakers announcements about CEUs for HR, Law Enforcement and EMS! Including new names like Krista Geller, Dan Thurmon, Eldeen Pozniak, Dan Snyder, Terry Lyles, Mark Hernandez, Sharon Kemerer, and more! Extended Pre-Conference! With TWO DAYS of Pre-Conference, you have more training opportunities than ever before. 100+ Sessions It won’t be easy to choose! This year we’ve included an extended lineup of leadership sessions, advanced BBS concepts, Closing Keynote Industrial Hygiene topics, safety management best practices, Friday’s lineup now includes a high-energy, new rescue and patient care courses, and SO MUCH MORE. engaging keynote to challenge and inspire you!

Registration now open!

Visit www.ndsc.org to register

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