Laramie County Community College is a proud partner of the Rocky Mountain Education Center, a nationally recognized OSHA Training Institute. LCCC offers a variety of safety, health and environmental courses, taught by certified industry experts. Now there is a cost-effective and time-effective way to meet your OSHA training requirements. Skip the hassle and expense of Denver and train in Cheyenne instead!
Oil and Gas Basic Safety Training
Take all or part of this comprehensive introduction to Oil and Gas Safety. The week includes SafeLand®, OSHA 10, H2S, First Aid/CPR, and Professionalism. Participants can take all or part of the week, and earn industry recognized certifications with each individual course completion. Participants who complete all of the classes will receive a certificate of completion in addition to the individual certification cards.
10-Hour General Industry Safety and Health
This 10-hour course will introduce students to OSHA policies, procedures, standards and general industry safety and health principles. Topics for this course will include OSH Act and general duty, walking and working surfaces, electrical hazards, hazardous materials, personal protective equipment, machine guarding and hazard communication. Upon successful completion of this course, participants will receive an OSHA General Industry Safety and Health 10-hour card.
Hazardous Waste Site Safety: 40-Hour HAZWOPER
OSHA Confined Space Entry
Workers entering confined spaces (CS) are presented with serious safety hazards associated with a workspace hard to enter and exit and typically containing poor air quality. To protect against these hazards, workers must be trained how to identify these hazards and what equipment and procedures are required for safe entry. This training program is based on the OSHA requirements for permit-required confined spaces and contains both a classroom portion and hands-on field exercises. This class is designed for workers entering confines spaces needing to complete a confines space entry permit, monitor the air, set up and use the entry equipment and perform a surface rescue.
8-Hour HAZWOPER Safety Refresher
Workers trained in hazardous waste operations are required to attend a yearly refresher course as mandated by OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120. Using case studies, group activities, and hands-on practice, this course will increase and refresh your knowledge of hazardous waste operations and emergency responses. Individuals who wish to refresh their 40-hour HAZWOPER certification and are enrolled in an OSHA 500, 501, 502 or 503 course, may do so by paying an additional $75 to receive their recertification. The content of the OSHA 500, 501, 502 and 503 courses meet the requirements to receive an 8-Hour Refresher certificate.
10-Hour Construction Safety and Health
This 10-hour Construction Safety Course is intended for entry-level participants and is intended to provide instruction on a variety of general construction safety and health standards. Course topics will include Introduction to OSHA, Electrical Safety, Fall Protection, Ladder Safety, Excavation Safety, Scaffold Safety, Materials Handling, Forklift Safety, Personal Protective Equipment and Permit-Required Confined Space Entry. Upon successful completion of this course participants will receive an OSHA Construction Safety and Health 10-hour card.
OSHA’s 29 CFR 1910.120 standard indicates that workers exposed to hazardous substances are required to attend 40 hours of safety training. This course examines proper health and safety procedures and personal protection during work operations at hazardous waste sites. Topics include hazard identification and control, safety planning, site control, personal protective equipment, site monitoring, emergency and incident response operations, and decontamination processes.
30-Hour Basic Course in Construction Safety
This course covers thirty (30) hours of training, required by the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OSHA), necessary to obtain the 30-hour Construction Industry course completion card. The course is comprised of 25 sections, each either one or two hours in length, and covers topics pertaining to regulations covered by Standard 29 CFR 1926. The successful completion of this course will help meet the Construction Industry standards established by OSHA. Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive an OSHA construction safety and health 30-hour course completion card from the Department of Labor.
Industrial Emergency Response: Hazardous Materials Technician Level 1 Awareness – Level 1
OSHA’s 29 CFR 1910.120 standard indicates that all employees who respond to a hazardous materials emergency must receive training based on their level of activities at the incident. Awareness-level training is for responders who are likely to witness or discover a hazardous materials release and will initiate a response sequence by notifying the proper authorities of the release. Topics include definition of hazardous materials, recognizing and identifying the presence of hazardous materials in an emergency, potential outcomes when hazardous materials are involved, use of basic information resources, and individual roles in an emergency situation. Awareness-level responders recognize the presence of hazardous materials, isolate the scene and call for appropriate assistance. They do not participate in actual cleanup activities.