TT&S develops safety courses targeted to the needs of our members. If you are interested in what we have to offer, contact us about joining today!
short basics about what gas meters do
comprehensive information on dog aggression signs and attacks
covers what asbestos is, where it might be found, symptoms of exposure and health issues, and protection
covers battery safety for a variety of battery types
Common pathogens and basic safety measures for non-medical personnel
Stay safe while working in attics and crawl spaces.
the basics of non-permitted spaces, competent persons, and manholes for telecom work
general telecom-focused customer service for phone reps and for technicians visiting customer premises, including how to deal with upset and aggressive customers.
the most common issues that the average end user might encounter.
A brief review of the most dangerous animals, insects, and plants for different areas. Two options available-- ND & southwest U.S.
NDHP-approved classroom defensive driving course for insurance discount, about 4 hours
basic electrical safety for non-electricians
general overview of the importance of having an EAP, the incidents that need to be covered, and the parts required in the document
includes proper lifting techniques and ergonomic considerations for all types of work spaces
general refresher and reminder, including personal fall arrest systems
Basic fiber handling safety
When you can't avoid fires, learn the P.A.S.S. method.
refresher course covering all important first aid and CPR topics, including live dummy hands-on CPR
This presentation is used for our hands-on forklift certifications but can be presented as a refresher of forklift safety.
Learn the identifying characteristics, sources, and likely locations of hydrogen sulfide, and also the symptoms of exposure and protections to take.
Think safety in everything. Learn to evaluate risks and recognize the hazards they pose in order to avoid injuries.
includes explanations of the Globally Harmonized System pictograms and SDS 16-section form with examples
There are three levels of ladder safety: general safety, refresher training, and hands-on inspections.
Learn when to lock-out a machine or tool or just tag it as unusable.
* Slips, Trips, Falls
* Stairways, Ladders, Step Stools
* Fire Safety basics
* Space heaters
* Ergonomics & Lifting Safety
Learn about the various protections for all parts of the body from head, eyes, ears, and face to hands, feet, and lungs and what to use in different situations.
Learn where it's found and what to do about it.
the dangers of railroads and how to avoid train accidents
A Youtube video on proper ratchet tie-down strap use
Basic cautions of radio frequency radiation exposure
Recognize the risks of sharp objects and learn the precautions to take when handling them.
Recognize the risks and take precautions against the dangers of silica exposure.
walking and working surface hazards
* heat risks
* sun risks
* severe weather
covers the dangers of trenches and the precautions to take
Sections include wind chill dangers, cold-related illnesses (including frostbite), and winter driving.
covers basics for telecom workers, including high-visibility clothing requirements