Center for Employment Education
Defensive Driving for the Professional Truck Driver
Center for Employment Education Specialized Training Programs
Mining Safety & Health (MSHA)
An 8-hour National Safety Council course designed to give professional drivers defensive driving techniques to handle hazardous road conditions. Contains 1.5 hours of specific training in winter conditions, pre-trip inspections, preventing collisions, and other defensive driving maneuvers.
At Center for Employment Education we take care to understand the unique needs of each of our clients and to provide high quality relevant safety training.
We offer a variety of OSHA, Health & Safety, and specialized industry training programs.
A 4/8-hour course that provides the certification required for Highway/Road Construction flaggers and State of Alaska pilot car driver for oversized loads.
Mining Safety & Health Administration requires this course for anyone that is involved with mining operations.
Prerequisites: First Aid/CPR
Annual Update Required
A 4/8-hour course that provides a 3-year certification.
Course is comprehensive classroom instruction and hands-on evaluation of forklift operation as required by OSHA "Powered Industrial Truck Operator Training: Final Rule".
Individual or group training is available.
A 6/8-hour course that provides a 2-year First Aid and a 2-year CPR & AED certification through the National Safety Council.
OSHA 10-Hour: General or Construction
This 2-day course will allow you to recognize job site hazards and also the OSHA regulations applied for performing the work in the genereal or construction industry.
A 2-day course that provides a 5-year certification.
Includes pre-use inspection of wire rope, slings and rigging hardware, safe rigging practices and procedures, determining load weight and more.
OSHA 30-Hour: General or Construction
A 4-day comprehensive safety program designed for anyone involved in general or construction industry. This course is also carefully designed for safety directors and field supervisors.
A 3-day course that provides a 3-year certification as required by OSHA 1910.180, 1926.1400 & the ASME Standard B30.5-2007.
This course is designed to provide the regulatory information and hands-on knowledge to safely operate a boom truck.
Prerequisite: Minimum CDL B with current DOT Medical card, and Rigger/Signalperson certificate.
*Combine both Qualified Rigger/Signalperson and Boom Truck courses for a discount rate of $900.00
A temporary certificate will be issued at the end of the OSHA 10 or 30 course. The official OSHA course completion wallet card will be sent to you in the mail after it has been processed by OSHA within 4-6 weeks of successful course completion.