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Course Outline and Fee Schedule - ARSC Reciprocal Training


Course Code Course Name Seat Time Passing Level Synopsis Course Description Prerequisites Corporate Subscriber Fee Basic Subscriber Fee
07BASICPLUS  Basic Orientation Plus  6.5 hour course - Instructor Led  70% to pass 

General overview of all policies and procedures for Industrial Safety including:
•Hazard Communication
•Personal Protective Equipment
•Respiratory Protection
•Hearing Conservation
•Elevated Work, Process Safety Management
•General Rules & Emergency Response
•Controlled Substance Policies
•Excavation
•Trenching & Shoring
•Job Hazard Analysis/Job Safety Analysis

No

$15 - If receive passing score

$30 - If receive failing score

$30
07REFRESHER  Basic Plus Refresher  2-hour course  70% to pass  

Refresher of general overview of all policies and procedures for Industrial Safety, including:
•Hazard Communication
•Personal Protective Equipment
•Respiratory Protection
•Hearing Conservation
•Elevated Work, Process Safety Management
•General Rules & Emergency Response
•Controlled Substance Policies
•Excavation
•Trenching & Shoring
•Job Hazard Analysis/Job Safety Analysis

No

$15 - If receive passing score

$30 - If receive failing score

$30
A07BBP  ARSC Bloodborne Pathogens  90-minute course  70% to pass 

OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.1030

This training is for employees who would be or potentially be exposed to bloodborne pathogens on the job. At the end of this training, students will be able to:
•Distinguish between blood and bloodborne pathogens.
•Recognize the terminology and definitions used in OSHA’s Bloodborne Pathogens standard.
•List the elements in an Exposure Control Plan.
•Define universal precautions.
•Describe methods used to prevent occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens.
•Identify the procedures for safely working around contaminated needs and sharps, including proper disposal procedures.
•Describe labeling requirements for handling specimens containing bloodborne pathogens.
•Discuss procedures for handling equipment that has become contaminated with blood or other potentially infectious materials.
•State the personal protective equipment (PPE) requirements for working in an environment where occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens is possible.
•Describe procedures for decontaminating environments where occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens is possible.
•Identify the labeling and signage requirements for environment where occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens is possible.
•Discuss training requirements for workers who may be exposed to bloodborne pathogens at their workplace.
•Describe the recordkeeping requirements for each employee with occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens.

No $15 $25
A07BNZ  ARSC Benzene Training  35-minute course  70% to pass  OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.1028

This training is for employees who would be or potentially be exposed to benzene on the job. At the end of this training, students will be able to:
•Identify benzene.
•Describe how benzene is used in the workplace.
•Describe possible mode, signs, symptoms, and consequences of exposure to benzene.
•Identify the health risks and effects associated with benzene.
•Define permissible exposure limit (PEL) and short-term exposure limit (STEL) required by OSHA for benzene.
•Describe first aid in cases of benzene overexposure.
•Define monitoring requirements when working with benzene.
•Define requirements and limitations for personal protective equipment (PPE) when working in benzene environments.
•Recognize what the potential hazards may be when working with benzene and identify methods to control hazards.
•Define engineering controls for benzene.
•Discuss safe work practices and procedures for benzene.
•Discuss storage and spill procedures associated with benzene.
•Discuss signage required in benzene areas.
•Discuss medical examinations required for benzene exposure.
No $15 $25
A07CSE  ARSC Confined Space  60-minute course  70% to pass 

OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.146/1926 Subpart AA

This training is for entrants and includes the duties of host employers, controlling contractors, persons who test or monitor the atmosphere and rescue services in permit and non-permit required confined spaces. Meets Subpart AA of the standard.
•Identify conditions used to define a confined space
•Distinguish between permit required and non-permit required confined spaces
•Determine requirements for using alternate entry procedures
•Recognize what the potential hazards may be in a confined space and identify methods to control hazards
•Describe possible mode, signs, symptoms, and consequences of exposure to hazardous atmospheres
•Identify elements required by OSHA for a permit space program
•Select items that must be included on confined space permits
•Define requirements and limitations for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
•List or select key duties of a confined space entrant
•List or select key duties of a confined space attendant
•Define requirements and limitations for confine space rescue arrangements
•Select appropriate responses for work situations involving confined space (emergency conditions outside the space, unauthorized persons in area, changes in atmospheric monitoring readings, etc.)

Protect Watch Program: This course is one of the required courses to fulfill the requirements of the program. 

No $15 $25
A07ELW  ARSC Elevated Work  45-minute course  70% to pass 

OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.21-23 and 1910.27-30

This training program contains information found in OSHA General Industry Standards and Construction Industry Standards regarding stairways and ladders, scaffolding and fall protection.
•Identify changes in the standards that allow for greater flexibility in choice of fall protection.
•Describe different types of ladders and their associated uses.
•Define key terms around ladder design and use.
•Define requirements for stairs and ladders on scaffolds.
•Identify the 4 to 1 rule for setting up non-self-supporting ladders.
•Define the role of a competent person.
•List ladder safety pre-use inspection points and other ladder safety measures.
•Describe how to safely set up and use ladders.
•Identify ladder maximum intended load limits and other limitations.
•List requirements for fixed ladders.
•Describe how to safely use a step ladder.
•Identify defects that would result in tagging the step ladder “Do Not Use”.
•List requirements for safe stairways
•Identify Ladder and stair training requirements.
•List the elements of ladder and stairway training.
•Identify the potential fall hazards in the workplace.
•List the steps to preventing falls.
•Describe how personal and environmental factors can lead to falls.
•Identify the steps to take to eliminate the fall hazard.

No $15 $25
A07ENQ  ARSC Electrical Safety  30-minute course  70% to pass 

OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1926.404

This training will cover Electrical Safety for non-qualified workers, including general Safety Practices and OSHA Standards.
•Define common electrical terminology.
•Describe electrical hazards are common in the workplace.
•Identify when a fire watch is required
•Identify the general electrical safe work practices to follow to stay safe.
•Define the roles of conductors and insulators.
•Describe how contacting current causes electrical shock.
•Describe how electric current flows through circuits.
•Identify the effects that electric shock has on the body.
•Identify the conditions that increase the severity of electric shock.
•Describe direct and indirect injuries resulting from electric shock.
•Define Key hazards present when working with electricity.
•Identify the hazards of working near overhead and underground powerlines.
•Describe protective measures to be taken when working around overhead and underground power lines.
•Describe the use of a ground fault circuit interrupter and how it protects from exposure to electric shock.
•Describe how the use of power tools can expose a worker to electric current.
•Identify ways to protect the worker for exposure to electric shock when using power tools.
•Identify practices for working safely with extension cords.
•Identify other safety-related work practices.

No $15 $25
A07FWA  ARSC Fire Watch  35-minute course  70% to pass 

OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.252

This training is for persons who test or monitor the atmosphere including confined space entrants and those requiring knowledge of gas monitoring principles.
•Define hot work
•Describe hot work precautions
•Identify when a fire watch is required
•Identify the elements for a fire
•Define the five classes of fire
•Recognize the symbols fire extinguisher classes
•Describe precautions for preventing fires from spreading
•Identify responsibilities and tasks of a fire watch
•Describe the steps for inspection of fire extinguishers before use
•List the maximum travel distances to fire extinguishers
•Define the Permit Authorizing Individual responsibilities
•Identify when hot work permits are invalid and not permitted
•Describe supervisor and employee responsibilities
•Describe use of fire extinguisher
•Describe use of hose line equipment


Protect Watch Program: This course is one of the required courses to fulfill the requirements of the program. 
No $15 $25
A07H2S  ARSC Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) Training  35-minute course  70 % to pass 

OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.1028

This training is for employees who would be or potentially be exposed to Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) on the job.
•Identify regulatory agencies related to Hydrogen Sulfide
•Identify Hydrogen Sulfide, it’s properties and characteristics
•Describe where Hydrogen Sulfide can be found in the workplace
•Describe the respiratory system and the human physiology related to the respiratory system
•Recognize potential hazards when working with Hydrogen Sulfide and identify methods to control the hazards
•Describe possible mode, signs, symptoms, and consequences of exposure to Hydrogen Sulfide, both acute and chronic
•Identify primary routes of entry, health risks and effects associated with Hydrogen Sulfide
•Define Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL) and Short-Term Exposure Limit (STEL) required by OSHA for Hydrogen Sulfide
•Describe procedures, rescue and first aid in cases of Hydrogen Sulfide exposure
•Define monitoring requirements when working with Hydrogen Sulfide and monitoring equipment to be used
•Define requirements and limitations for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) when working in Hydrogen Sulfide environments
•Define Engineering Controls for Hydrogen Sulfide
•Discuss Hydrogen Sulfide related to confined spaces
•Identify respiratory protection used in a hydrogen sulfide work environment and escape packs used for emergencies
•Discuss training, safe work practices and procedures for Hydrogen Sulfide

No $15 $25
A07HAZ  ARSC Hazcom  35-minute course  70% to pass 

OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.1200

This training is designed to help employees understand classification and hazards of produced or imported chemicals.
•Describe the purpose of the Hazard Communication program
•Explain the Global Harmonized System
•Discuss employees right to understand workplace chemical hazards
•Identify where chemicals maybe found
•Identify the programs requirements
•Explain non-routine and multiple employee worksites
•Discuss labeling requirements
•Provide information on safety data sheet (SDS) contents and use
•Define an inventory list
•Discuss employee training requirements
•Identify health and physical hazards
•Explain hazard controls

No $15 $25
A07HCN  ARSC Hearing Conservation  35-minute course  70% to pass 

OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.95

This training is designed to help employees understand how to eliminate, control, and protect their hearing where loud noises exist.
•Discuss noise types and where it exists
•Review the parts of a hearing program and when it must be implemented
•Define OSHA action level and time-weighted average (TWA)
•Define and review monitoring and monitoring equipment
•Discuss requirements for audiometric testing
•Describe the types of audiograms
•Define a standard threshold shift (STS)
•Identify how the body hears sound and its effects
•Discuss the use of Engineering and Administrative Controls
•Identify the types and use of hearing protection
•List the training frequency and requirements
•Provide the OSHA standard and affected employee records
•Discuss sound decibels effects
•List and discuss the types, use and maintenance of Personal Protective Equipment
•Review and discuss how to protect yourself

No $15 $25
A07LOF ARSC Line of Fire 45-minute course 70% to pass

This training is designed to help employees understand where “Line of Fire” conditions exist, how to eliminate or control them, and to understand how to prevent these types of accidents.
•Discuss the definition of LOF
•Provide a LOF Overview
•Review and discuss LOF hazards
•Review and discuss hazard recognition and how to facilitate hazard recognition
•Discuss the danger of LOF hazards (field and shop hazards)
•Review and discuss LOF Controls
•Review and discuss how to protect yourself and others from LOF

No $15 $25
A07LTO ARSC Lockout/Tagout  40-minute course  70% to pass 

OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.147

This training is for persons who service or maintenance machines and equipment where hazardous energy could cause harm to employees.
•Define Lockout/Tagout
•Define terminology associated with Lockout/Tagout
•Describe requirements of the LOTO Program
•Describe Periodic Inspections of the LOTO Program
•Describe LOTO device and tag requirements
•Describe training requirements for personnel performing LOTO
•Describe requirements for written operating procedures
•Define the six steps to establish energy control
•Define requirements and procedures for the removal of LOTO devices and tags
•Describe procedures and training for removing another person’s LOTO devices and tags
•Describe procedures for temporarily removing LOTO devices and tags
•Describe procedures for conducting LOTO on a host employer site
•Describe requirements for conducting group LOTO

No $15 $25
A07PSM  ARSC Process Safety Management  30-minute course  70% to pass 

OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.119

This training is for persons who enter and conduct work in covered process areas, involving highly hazardous chemicals.
•Define process safety management
•Identify to whom PSM applies
•Define terms associated with PSM
•Define the objective of PSM
•Describe employer responsibilities
•Describe employer responsibilities regarding the process hazard analysis
•Describe requirements for written operating procedures
•Describe the requirement for understanding the hazards associated with PSM
•Define employee, maintenance, and contractor employee training
•Describe the requirements of a pre-startup safety review
•Describe requirements for maintaining mechanical integrity
•Describe requirement for a hot work permit when conducting non-routine work in PSM regulated locations
•Describe requirement for management of change procedures
•Define incident investigation
•Describe the requirement to have an Emergency Action Plan
•Describe importance and elements of a compliance audit

No $15 $25
A07RSP  ARSC Respiratory Protection  35-minute course  70% to pass  General overview of OSHA 1910.134 Respiratory Protection including respirator selection, respirator use including IDLH, and employee requirements for employee use  No $15 $25