Access Municipal- Public Works

OSHA 10 and 30 hour course training, Confined space training, Fall protection training, CDL/DOT Examinations & more.

Access Municipal Risk Management Services works with different municipalities to provide training and examinations for public works employees.

OSHA 10 and 30 hour course training, Confined space training, Fall protection training, CDL/DOT Examinations New York
Compliance- CDL/ DOT Examination, Asbestos Medical Exam/ HAZMAT Medical Exam New York

Compliance- CDL/ DOT Examination

All DOT (Department of Transportation) physical examinations have to be made by a licensed medical examiner that can vary from a doctor to practice nurses. At Access Municipal, all of our providers are trained and DOT certified.

Asbestos Medical Exam/ HAZMAT Medical Exam

At Access Municipal Risk Management Services we provide Asbestos/Hazmat Physicals that meet all OSHA’s standards. Physical, pulmonary function test, and respiratory questionnaire.

Training- OSHA 10/30 hour Construction, OSHA 10/30 General Industry

OSHA 10 Hour Course- This course is designed for construction workers as an ideal orientation to those who are new to the industry and as a reminder those who have been working in the industry to the hazards associated with their work.

OSHA 30 Hour Course- This course is a comprehensive safety program designed for anyone involved in the construction industry. Specifically devised for safety directors, foremen, and field supervisors, the program provides complete information on safety compliance issues.

Confined Space Training- Initial, Entry Rescue

This training will show you how to work in a confined space environment to maximize safety for you and those around you. You will learn the physical, chemical, and biological principles related to safe working with confined spaces. The objectives of this training is to:

  • Understand the scope & application of OSHA’s various confined space entry standards
  • Identify “Confined Spaces”, then determine if they are “Permit Required”
  • Understand OSHA requirements for developing and maintaining a “permit-required confined space entry program”
  • Identify when you may utilize OSHA’s “Alternate Entry” and “Reclassification” procedures
  • Understand the requirements for “Rescue & Emergency Services”
  • Have a basic knowledge of the general use and limitations of related equipment

Fall Protection for Construction

Employers must establish a training program to ensure that exposed workers have the skills necessary to recognize fall hazards and the control measures necessary to minimize risk. Topics include a general overview of the standard, hazard recognition, procedures for erecting, maintaining, and inspecting fall protection systems, implementation of controls, the handling and storage of equipment, employee’s role in the fall protection plan and training.

Training- OSHA 10 and 30 hour course- Construction – General Industry New York
Electrical Safety/ ARC Training, Renovation Repair Painting Training (LEAD) New York
Electrical Safety/ ARC Flash Training 1910.335/70E

Employees working in areas where there are potential electrical hazards shall be provided with, and shall use, electrical protective equipment that is appropriate for the specific parts of the body to be protected and for the work to be performed. Our training’s cover protective equipment and maintenance, the insulating capability of protective equipment, use of non conductive head protection wherever there is a danger of head injury from electric shock or burns due to contact with exposed energized parts. Protective equipment for the eyes or face wherever there is danger of injury to the eyes or face from electric arcs or flashes or from flying objects resulting from electrical explosion. General protective equipment and tools, fuse handling, insulating capability of tools, use of non conductive ropes and hand lines used near exposed energized parts, protective shields, protective barriers, or insulating materials shall be used to protect from shock, burns, or other electrically related injuries.

OSHA (LEAD) in Construction

This regulation covers an estimated 950,000 construction related professionals who may be occupationally exposed to lead including:  contractors and consultants (painting, demolition, steel structure maintainers, shipyard personnel, waste haulers and disposal operators); utilities and power generation workers; and re-modelers and de-leaders.  Our courses cover key topics including state and federal regulations, lead uses and applications, health effects, medical monitoring, respiratory protection, safety issues, and hazard recognition and assessment.  Training is mandatory by OSHA.