OSHA 10 Hour Course
Separate Registration is required for the OSHA 10-Hour Construction training presented by Eric Scolari. Registration will be available September 3-13, 2019 and is an additional cost to the Fall Technical Seminar. A minimum of 10 participants is required to hold this course, and the seating will reach full capacity at 40. All interested participants should reserve their spot as soon as possible.
IKECA Member: $275.00
The OSHA 10-Hour Construction training will teach you about recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards in the workplace. This course focuses on federal OSHA construction industry standards, pointing out any differences with State standards, and is a proven way to achieve the level of safety required by your company for work in the industry. You will receive an OSHA 10 hour card upon completion of this course. You will also be encouraged to learn your companies’ policies on these subjects, which could be more stringent.
- Intro to OSHA-OSH Act
- Subpart K: Electrical
- Subpart M: Fall protection
- Subpart: X: Stairways and Ladders
- Subpart E: Personal Protective Equipment
- Subpart I: Tools-Hand and Power
- Caught in between and struck by
- Hazard Awareness “How to begin”
- Hazard recognition and controlling hazards
Eric has been in the Sheet Metal trade for 32 years, including 4 years of apprenticeship training. Eric’s experience includes 8 years of commercial/light commercial projects, 1 year of residential work and 2 years part-time with the Service Department. Eric currently has 20 years of Operation, Safety Management and Indoor Air Quality Management. Eric has an Indoor Air Quality Certificate on record with the National Air Duct Cleaning Association, International Kitchen Exhaust Cleaners Association, Nevada State Fire Marshall Grease Duct License, OSHA Ten and Thirty-hour Card, Forklift Train-the-Trainer Certification, Respiratory Fit Test Train-the-Trainer Certification, MSHA Part 48 and is a qualified OSHA 500 Trainer from the D.O.L. He also holds an AGC of America and National Association of Safety Professionals Safety Management Certificate’s.
Eric has worked for RHP for 5 years part-time and 27 years full-time.
- Airport Authority Clean Air Project
- Washoe County School District Clean Air Projects
- McKenzie Properties
- Dermody Properties
- Magnolia Design Center
- Excellence in Education Building
- Les Schwab Tire Center
- Banks Hinkley Building
- Trammell Crow Properties
- ProLogis Development
- A.A. W. County: Ticketing IAQ Project
- 2002 NV AGC Chair of the Year Award
- RTAA Clean Air Project
- Nevada Department of Corrections Clean Air Project
- MARS Pet Care Clean Air Project
- HVM Clean Air Project
Some of Eric’s special skills include development & implementation of various Safety & Health Programs, warehouse logistics, safety management, commercial/light commercial and residential installations, general sheet metal installation and field coordination. CPR/First Aid Certified, NV State Grease Duct License #C7495 D.O.L. 500, Trainer # V05038822.
Reno High School Graduate 1988, Grossmont Junior College 1988/89, Mesa Junior College 1989/90, Sheet Metal Apprenticeship Program Graduate 1992 – 1996, Truckee Meadows Community College Construction Management Program 1997 – 2001 and AGC Supervisory Training Program. His education also includes control Tech 100B and 110 classes and numerous professional development classes.
- AGC Emergency Services Committee Member
- AGC Sheriff Auxiliary Member
- AGC Safety Committee Chair 2001 – 2002 and Vice Chair 2003 – 2015
- AGC Education Committee Member 2004 – 2006
- AGC Leadership Chair 2003 – 2005
- NFPA Member
- IKECA Member
- NADCA Member
- IKECA Safety, Education and A.N.S.I Committee Member
- AGC Government Affairs Committee Member
- AGC Contractor Relations Committee Member
- JATC Local Union #26 Executive Board—2015-present
For any questions pertaining to this course, please contact email@example.com