Alar ParGulf Construction Services Inc.

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Active Shooter & Medical Emergency Preparedness Training


   
This Active Shooter and Medical Emergency Preparedness Training Course Curriculum provides a general guidance to Fire and Life Safety (FLS) Director (F89/T89) and the building owners to mitigate the damage or injuries resulting from active shooter and medical emergency incidents occurred in high-rise buildings. Topics covered will include active shooter emergencies, “avoid, barricade, confront, response”, emergency preparedness, and Medical emergencies and 911.
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FDNY Construction Site Fire Safety Manager Training (S-56)


   
This course introduces students to the New York City Fire Code and Fire Department Rules including their organization and terminology, along with Fire Code construction site provisions and all construction site fire safety requirements. Topics covered will include Fire safety Plans, Inspections and record keeping, Training on fire extinguishers, testing fire protection equipment, hot work requirements and industry best practices.
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FDNY Coordinator of Fire Safety & Alarm Systems in Homeless Shelter Training (F-80)


   
This course will cover topics such as: procedures to prepare for emergencies, fire alarm systems, sprinkler systems, standpipe systems, portable fire extinguishers, and how to prepare for the FDNY exam.
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FDNY Fire Safety Director Training (F-85)


   
   
This training course is part of the required curriculum for Fire and Life Safety (FLS) Director (F89/T89).

This course is designed to prepare candidate to participate in the written & on-site examinations required to be awarded a FSD C of F. This will be achieved by thoroughly reviewing aspects of Local Law #5 of 1973 and the NYC Fire Code 2014.
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FDNY Emergency Action Plan Training


   
   
This training course is part of the required curriculum for Fire and Life Safety (FLS) Director (F89/T89).

The course covers topics such as Local Law No 26 of 2004, R404-02, when is a emergency action plan required and who is required to enforce it, hazardous materials, including chemical and biological agents, natural disasters and weather related issues. Applicable lessons from major incidents including the World Trade Center will be discussed.
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4 Hour Flagging Training


   
During this 4-hour course students will be introduced to Federal and New York State policies, procedures and standards. Training will review general work zone safety principles covered in the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) book, with concentration on recognition and prevent of hazardous conditions, and the topics discussed in this course provide a thorough understanding of the proper signals and safe flagging techniques specific to New York regulations, flagging procedures and proper use of required equipment, and how to coordinate traffic movement through the work zone. Students will have an opportunity to review flagging skills using hands-on training and classroom activities.
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F-60 Fireguard for Torch Operations Exam Prep Seminar


   
This seminar prepares students for the computer-based F-60 Fireguard for Torch Operations C of F exam. Candidates will receive instruction on rules, regulations and best practices from the FDNY, National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and the Rules of the City of New York. Students will also be taught the proper protocol and procedures to stand fireguard duty during Torch Operations.    
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Global Harmonization System (GHS) Training  


   
OSHA mandated changes to its hazard communication standard (HCS), and aligned itself with the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) in 2012. The first deadline for training employees on the changes passed on December 1, 2013, and was fully implemented on June 1, 2015. Part of these mandated changes dictate that chemical manufacturers and importers are required to prepare Safety Data Sheets (SDS) and Globally Harmonized System (GHS) aligned labels for the chemicals and hazardous materials they ship. This initiative is known as HazCom 2012. As an employer you are responsible for training your employees so they understand GHS labels and know how to find and read the SDS.
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OSHA - 10 Hour Construction Training


   
This 10 Hour OSHA Outreach training is designed to promote workplace safety and health and to make workers more knowledgeable about workplace hazards and their rights. Emphasis is placed on the role of the construction worker in hazard recognition and avoidance, workers’ rights, employer responsibilities, and how to file a complaint.
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OSHA - 30 Hour Construction Training


   
This program includes OSHA policies, procedures, and standards, as well as construction safety and health principles. The training will place emphasis on those areas that are most hazardous, using OSHA standards as a guide. This program is more applicable for the construction supervisor, with a more intensified focus on various occupational safety and health standards.
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OSHA - 10 Hour General Industry Training


   
The OSHA Outreach Training Program for General Industry provides training for workers and employers on the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards in workplaces in general industry. Attendees discuss and review how to prevent accidents and injuries and OSHA General Industry Standards specific to your industry.
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OSHA - 30 Hour General Industry Training


   
This course is based on the requirements contained within the OSHA Code of Federal Regulations for General Industry (29 CFR 1910). This course covers OSHA-mandated topics, such as OSHA inspection procedures, record keeping, fire detection/prevention, welding, cutting, electrical, lockout/Tag out, personal protective equipment, ergonomics, hand and portable tools, industrial hygiene/blood borne pathogens, walking and working surfaces, means of egress and fire protection, cranes, electrical, hazard communication, and material handling.
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OSHA - 16 Hour Disaster Site Worker Training


   
The course is crucial for those who supply support services such as debris removal, utility and public works repair, demolition, heavy equipment operators, and other construction trades. Primarily targeted to the trades, this course helps participants distinguish between health and safety hazards found at a typical construction jobsite from those at a disaster work site.
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Scaffold Awareness Training


   
Scaffold Safety Awareness is an introductory course on the basics of scaffold safety. This course will discuss supported, rolling, suspending and ladder jack scaffolds. You will learn the many types of scaffold systems used in construction and the dangers and requirements for the specific scaffold systems used. 
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S-60 Watchperson at Construction Sites Exam Prep Seminar


   
The Fire Code requires a watch person at any construction site having a footprint of between 5,000 square feet and 40,000 square feet. The watchperson must be on duty at the site during all hours when operations are not in progress. This seminar prepares students to navigate the FDNY’s computer-based S-60 Watchperson for Construction Site C of F exam.
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