St. Joseph Training: St. Joseph Safety Council, 3131 Frederick Ave.

Maryville Training: Northwest Technical School, 1515 Munn

Electrical Safety

Workers face many hazards on the job. Improperly grounded electrical circuits can result in injuries, fires, equipment damage, and could very likely result in an OSHAinspection and costly fines.  Case studies along with examples of equipment and procedures designed to help workers better understand the basics of electrical safety are included in this 4-hour safety course designed specifically for maintenance workers. 

January 25         8:00 am - noon       St. Joseph

March 6                 8:00 am - noon        Maryville

 Member:   $95     Non-Member: $124

OSHA 10-Hour General Industry

This two-day course is designed to provide participants with basic information on how to comply with OSHA general industry standards. Participants will understand employer/employee rights and responsibilities under the Occupational Safety and Health Act, learn how OSHA inspections are conducted, identify OSHA expectations for your safety and health programs,  identify key provisions of the ten most often cited standards, and get up-to-date on the latest changes to OSHA standards.

April 9 & 10  8:00 am - 4:00 pm/8:00 am - noon  St. Joseph

Member:   $195     Non-Member:   $254

Silica standard

The new silica standard has created a lot of concern on how to meet the rigid demands of compliance, such as which control measures are approved, when is respirator use required, how to provide employee training and what written program elements need to be documented.  Separate requirements are detailed for general industry when products containing silica are produced, and for construction when silica dust is generated through activity. This session will provide background of the standard and explain how to achieve compliance in simple, understandable, terms. Enforcement begins Sept 23 for construction and June 23, 2018 for general industry.  

May 31         8:00 am - noon       St. Joseph

Member:    $95     Non-member:   $124


The HAZMAT 8-hour Refresher course is meant for HAZMAT/ HAZWOPER personnel who have previously completed a 24 or 40-hour course and are required to have eight hours of annual refresher training. This program meets the needs of employees that must be updated on HAZMAT information and skills covering topics such as: laws and regulations, health hazards, references, operations, personal protection equipment, and decontamination.

March 29     8:00 am -  4:00 pm     St. Joseph

May 8             8:00 am - 4:00 pm      Maryville

 Member:   $195     Non-member:   $254

Hazmat/ hazwoper     8-hour Refresher

This four-hour program is designed to meet OSHA training requirements (Standard 1910.178) for operators of powered industrial trucks, classroom requirements only. It includes a review of regulatory OSHA standards, safe vehicle operation, maintenance and protection of personnel, operators and property as well as a segment on pedestrian safety.  Upon completion of this class, employers are encouraged to complete the on-site, hands on portion of the training at their respective facilities.

February 21      8:00 am - noon             Maryville

March 7                8:00 am - noon             St. Joseph

Member:   $75     Non-member:   $99

coaching the lift truck operator

This course will help companies comply with OSHA Standard 1910.178. Specifically, Train-the-Trainer provides the skills necessary to teach the classroom and hands-on required component of lift truck safety.  

  • skills and techniques for safe lift truck operations and maintenance,
  • practical information for developing an in-house training program,
  • exercises for evaluating hands-on performance by your operators, and 
  • how to educate non-operators on working safely around lift trucks.

Call today for your training needs!

Member: $145      Non-member $195

NOTE:  The instruction manual used in this training is the Coaching Systems "Coaching the Lift Truck Operator2".  If you are in need of this manual, please contact the Council for pricing.


This program is designed to familiarize employees with the hazards and complexities of confined space operations.  Employees will gain an understanding of the OSHA standards for confined space operations and how it applies to your company. Topics covered include, but are not limited to:  

· Entry requirements
· Air monitoring
· Lockout/Tag out
· Completing permits

Program is designed for entrants, attendants and supervisors of confined spaces. 

February 13       8:00 am - 4:00 pm         St. Joseph

April 3                    8:00 am - 4:00 pm         St. Joseph

May 17                  8:00 am - 4:00 pm          Maryville

Member:   $195     Non-member:   $254

confined space entry

This course is designed for construction workers, foremen and job supervisors. The training program provides worker's general awareness on recognizing and preventing hazards on a construction site and covers a variety ofconstruction safety and health hazards.   Workers must receive additional training on hazards specific to their jobs, such asfall protection, scaffolding, etc. Training emphasizes hazard identification, avoidance, control and prevention.

February 26 & 27  8:00 am - 4:00 pm and 8:00 am - noon  

                                           St. Joseph                                                                    

Member:   $195     Non-member:   $254

OSHA 10-Hour construction

forklift refresher

This class is for employees that need a short refresher in safe practices while operating all types of powered industrial trucks, including forklifts and motorized pallet jacks. The course briefly reviews all training requirements found in OSHA Standard 1910.178 which governs safe operation of a variety of industrial trucks. Training is classroom only. 

May 15      8:00 am - 10:00 am      St. Joseph

Members:   $45     Non-member:   $60


OSHA Standard 1904: Recordkeeping and Reporting Occupational Injuries and Illnesses is intended to assist companies in tracking and reporting incidents so they are less likely to occur again in the future. The National Safety Council’s Recordkeeping Compliance course will help you learn to better understand Standard 1904 and how it affects your facility.

December 11     8:00 - noon     St. Joseph

Member:   $95     Non-member:   $124

OSHA Record/ keeping compliance