Alar ParGulf Construction Services Inc.

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Active Shooter & Medical Emergency Awareness Training


   
This Active Shooter and Medical Emergency Awareness Training Course provides a general awareness to assist you in mitigating the damage or injuries resulting from active shooter and medical emergency incidents occurring 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 Life and Safety Director Training  (F-89/ T-89)


   

Fire Life and Safety Director is required in any commercial building classified as Group B, and mixed occupancies by the NYC Department of Buildings during regular business hours.
The Fire Life and Safety Director must hold a valid Certificate of Fitness and is responsible to implement a Fire Safety and Emergency Action Plan, training emergency action personnel and other duties related to Comprehensive Fire Safety/Emergency Action Plan.

The F-89 Certificate of Fitness (after meeting additional requirements, specified in the Notice of Examination) replaces the F-59 FS/EAP Director Certificate of Fitness.
This Certificate of Fitness is valid only at a specific location and for the specific person to whom it is issued.

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FDNY Fire Life and Safety Director Training 11 Hour Non- Fire Emergencies Course (F-89/ T-89)    ( Includes EAP, Actie Shooter and Medical Emergency Preparedness)


Fire Life and Safety Director is required in any commercial building classified as Group B, and mixed occupancies by the NYC Department of Buildings during regular business hours.
The Fire Life and Safety Director must hold a valid Certificate of Fitness and is responsible to implement a Fire Safety and Emergency Action Plan, training emergency action personnel and other duties related to Comprehensive Fire Safety/Emergency Action Plan.


The F-89 Certificate of Fitness (after meeting additional requirements, specified in the Notice of Examination) replaces the F-59 FS/EAP Director Certificate of Fitness.
This Certificate of Fitness is valid only at a specific location and for the specific person to whom it is issued.


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Emergency Action Plan Awareness Training


   
   

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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OSHA 10 Hour Maritime 7615- Shipyard Employment


   
This training program is intended to provide entry-level safety and health-hazard information tailored to shipyard employees involved in ship repairing, shipbuilding, and shipbreaking. This entry level course focuses on hazard identification, avoidance, control, and prevention; not OSHA standards.

This OSHA 10 Hour Maritime 7615 - Shipyard Employment Course meets the requirements of NAVSEA Regulation 009-74. Sections 3.21 and 3.21.1
This training is conducted on two separate days per OSHA training guidelines.


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OSHA 10 Hour Maritime 7617 - Marine Terminal Employees


   
This training program is intended to provide entry-level safety and health-hazard information tailored specifically to marine terminal employees. This entry level course focuses on hazard identification, avoidance, control, and prevention; not OSHA standards.

This training is conducted on two separate days per OSHA training guidelines.


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OSHA 10 Hour Maritime 7618 - Longshoring Operations


   
This training program is intended to provide entry-level safety and health-hazard information tailored specifically to Longshoring employees. This entry level course focuses on hazard identification, avoidance, control, and prevention; not OSHA standards.

This training is conducted on two separate days per OSHA training guidelines.


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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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