Welcome to the Training Center
HSM&T can provide on-site training at your office, in the field, or at our training facility.
Our goal is to provide high quality training at affordable pricing.
We also offer customized training programs that are designed to meet your company’s specific needs.
Keep scrolling to see all of the safety topics we can train your employees on. Contact our office for more information or to schedule your training.
We look forward to training you!
Aerial Lift Training
Basic Electrical Safety
Basic Skid Loader Safety
Blood Borne Pathogens
Confined Space Awareness
Confined Space Entrants and Monitors
Confined Space Competent Person
Emergency Action Plans
Fall Protection Awareness
Fall Protection Competent Person
Trenching Excavation Awareness
Trenching and Excavation Competent Person
Who is Responsible for Safety?
First Aid, CPR, AED
Fork Lift Operator Training
Jobsite Safety Analysis
Multi-Employer Work Sites
OSHA 10 Hour
OSHA 30 Hour
Personal Protective Equipment
Scaffold Builder Safety
The Accident Investigation safety course explains why accidents are investigated and provides the details of the accident investigation process. Learn how to prepare yourself in the event of a job-related accident with helpful crisis management plans and tips.
Aerial Lift Training (Boom Lift, Scissor Lift, Bucket Truck):
Full day course designed to help employees become authorized operators.* Class is specific to the class of lifts you may need.
**Access to equipment will be necessary.
Basic Electrical and LOTO:
This safety course covers the lockout/tagout (LOTO) safety procedures to use when working with electrical equipment. This course will teach you to recognize electrical hazards, to understand how LOTO safety can affect you and which forms of personal protective equipment (PPE) are appropriate for working around electricity.
This course is designed to provide participants with a basic level of knowledge of rigging gear inspection, proper rigging procedures, and load control using common rigging techniques.
Basic Skid Loader Safety:
This course is designed to educate attendees on safety and operation guidelines working with skid loaders. Instruction will a combination of classroom and hands-on operation.
Blood Borne Pathogens:
Designed for those who are at risk for on the job exposure to blood and other bodily fluids in the workplace. The course teaches staff how bloodborne pathogens are spread, how to avoid exposure and what to do if exposed to infectious material. This course is one of the requirements of the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard.
Confined Space Awareness:
In this awareness-level safety course, you will learn about Confined Spaces in Construction. Confined spaces include manholes, crawl spaces and tanks that are not designed for continuous occupancy and are difficult to exit in the event of an emergency. Construction workers often perform tasks in confined spaces and these spaces can present physical and atmospheric hazards that can be prevented if addressed prior to entering the space to perform work.
Confined Space Entrants and Attendants:
This course from the is ideal for authorized entrants, entry supervisors, attendants, and rescue personnel. Expect practical modules about OSHA's confined space entry standards, alternate entry procedures, and even the elements of a permit–required confined space entry program.
Confined Space Competent Person:
This course provides basic safety training to help understand the hazards associated with confined spaces, both physical and atmospheric, and preventative measures against them. The course will include information on protective, monitoring, and testing equipment; safety regulations and why they are in place; and the responsibilities of employers and supervisors in preventing these casualties.
Crane Safety Awareness:
This course will provide you with general requirements for all cranes, inspections, electrical hazards, stability and ground conditions, load charts, signaling requirements and certifications. By the end of this Crane Safety course, you will have been provided with the knowledge required to promote safe work practices while using the crane.
Emergency Action Plans:
In this Emergency Action Planning Awareness safety course, you can expect to learn about Emergency Action Planning according to Federal OSHA standards. This emergency training course focuses on creating and having a plan of action that includes emergency equipment, alarms and hazards.
Fall Protection Awareness:
Fall Protection Awareness is an introductory safety course on general fall protection requirements. Plans, equipment, fall arrest and fall restraint systems are defined and explained. This course is not all inclusive, but is intended to provide you with basic safety information.
Fall Protection Competent Person:
This advanced Competent Person, Fall Protection safety course is designed to teach construction supervisors, managers and owners how to designate a competent person for fall protection training and to ensure that they are properly qualified to fulfill fall safety on the job site. You will learn about OSHA regulations and what is required by OSHA to satisfy the designation of a competent person for fall protection.
First Aid / CPR / AED:
This class is structured for people in the workplace and community ~ teachers, child care workers, general industry, construction industry, parents, school bus drivers, emergency response teams in a work setting ~ just to name a few. Please see our BLS Healthcare and Public Safety Course if you are in the medical or dental industry, First Responders, Firefighters, & EMS.
This course is approved and compliant with American Heart Association and American Red Cross standards. Successful students will receive a certification of Adult, Child, and Infant CPR/AED valid for two years.
Fork Lift Operator Training:
This certification training course applies to anyone who will operate a sit-down Powered Industrial Truck (commonly known as forklifts). This course will cover all training information required by OSHA. Upon successful completion of the course and testing, the candidate will receive a wallet size permit and wall certificate.
This safety course covers the basic elements of OSHA’s Hazard Communication (often referred to as HazCom) Standard as found in 29 CFR 1910.1200. This course is intended to familiarize the student with the basics of the recent revisions to OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard (HCS), including the 2012 revisions incorporating the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS).
This intended to help employees meet the basic training requirements for Hazard Communication.
Jobsite Safety Analysis:
This course will introduce you to job hazard analyses and explain how to conduct them properly. By following the formalized JHA process, you can assess the safety risks of various work tasks and determine actionable ways to prevent potential injuries.
Most accidents involving ladders can be attributed to improper use, unsafe work conditions, or a lack of safety training. This course teaches you basic safety for working with ladders, with topics that include ladder hazards, the OSHA ladder standard, ladder selection, and ladder maintenance.
Strategies for Multi-Employer Work Sites:
Designed to clarify the role safety hazards play on a multi-employer job site. This course aids the employer in distinguishing the concepts of controlling employer, exposing employer, creating employer or correcting employer. Recommended for the business owner, upper management, superintendents and foreman.
OSHA 10 Hour Construction:
This OSHA 10 training course teaches recognition, avoidance, abatement and prevention of safety and health hazards in workplaces. This course also provides information regarding workers’ rights, employer responsibilities and how to file a complaint. It was also designed to help workers stay up-to-date with their OSHA safety requirements.
OSHA 30 Hour Construction:
This OSHA 30 Construction course will benefit all workers and management at a construction office or work site. This 30-Hour course is intended for supervisors or workers with some safety responsibility.
Course is designed to give attendees a basic overview of OSHA and standard requirements presented in a 2 hour format.
OSHA Recordkeeping and Reporting for is an important online course for workers and managers who are responsible for the safety of their job site according to OSHA regulations. This includes any person responsible for completion and maintenance of OSHA forms 300, 300A and 301.
Personal Protective Equipment:
This introductory Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Awareness safety course covers the safety requirements of PPE. Personal protective equipment is a very important part of working safely at a job site. Properly choosing, wearing and maintaining protective equipment could save your life. This course will inform you of PPE awareness safety according to OSHA standards.
This safety course will teach you about the use of respirators on the work site. We will cover OSHA respirator standards and how to choose a respirator. You will also learn how to understand breathing volume and how to monitor the air quality of various work areas.
Designed to help anyone looking to start or revive a safety committee. Presented in a 2 hour format, the class will aid attendees in recognizing how they should get a program off and running by others.
Scaffolding Competent Person:
A full day course designed to help employees achieve “Competent Person” status*. Recommended for anyone working on or around scaffolding. Intended to cover basic safety principals and hands-on scaffold erection. Participants will be required to bring in scaffold that is applicable to their work environment.
Trenching / Excavations Awareness:
In this course, you will learn about various standardized construction practices for identifying and correcting hazards. This course will also break down specific techniques to use when working with equipment in an excavation.
Trenching / Excavation Competent Person:
This one-day classroom Trenching and Excavation Competent Person Training course goes far beyond the basic awareness level that many OSHA courses provide for trenching and excavation. Since the competent person is required to make critical decisions, they must receive much more in-depth training in order to create a safe environment for workers, as outlined in the OSHAs standards.
Who is Responsible for Safety?:
This course is designed for workers and management. Designed to help workers understand the collective effort needed to have a successful safety program.