Powerskills For Life

When Good Enough Is Not Safe
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Training

Training Development and Customization

Powerskills for Life understands that no two training programs are the same. And, as a training professional, you know that customizing your training courses to meet specific industry and organizational requirements can significantly enhance employee learning and retention. Powerskills for Life offers options to develop new courses or customize everything including corporate branding and colors, photos/illustrations, slide text, course narration, learning activities and brainteasers so you always get exactly the courses your organization needs to be most effective

Powerskills for Life, LLC provides ongoing training around the country. We can customize courses to fit your particular needs. Simply send us an email or call us at 603-475-8348 and we’ll prepare a proposal for your company.

Training Services

  • Competent Person Training
  • Effective Presentations, Public Speaking
  • Electrical Utility Training Audit
  • Medium and High Voltage Re-Certification Qualified Personnel
  • OSHA 10 & 30 Hour Courses in Construction, Maritime and General Industry
  • Qualified Person Training
  • Task, Class and/or Course Development
  • Training Needs Analysis
  • We specialize in Electrical Training based on NFPA 70E standards and OSHA Regulations Subparts R, S, K, & and V.
  • Work Zone Safety
    * For details on extended list of services offered, please contact us

    Construction Safety OSHA Outreach (10 hours)

    This is an in-depth OSHA certification course for the construction industry. Students will review the current OSHA standards in 29CFR 1926 and 29CFR 1910, which apply to the construction industry. Special emphasis is placed on those areas that are the most hazardous, using OSHA standards as a guide. The students will be trained on the following topics; Introduction to OSHA, Hazard Communication, Personal Protective Equipment, Fire Protection & Prevention, Electrical Hazards, Tools- Hand & Power, Scaffolding, Floors/Wall Openings/Ladders, Fall Protection, and Excavations. Students will also receive a certificate of completion from the Department of Labor, OSHA.

    Industrial Safety OSHA Outreach (10 hours)

    This is an in-depth OSHA certification course for the general industry segment, such as industrial shops, automotive shops and manufacturing organizations. Students will review the current OSHA standards in 29CFR 1910, which apply to the industry. Special emphasis is placed on those areas that are the most hazardous, using OSHA standards as a guide. The students will be trained on the following topics; Introduction to OSHA, Hazard Communication, Ergonomics, Personal Protective Equipment, Fire Protection/Egress, Electrical Hazards, Hazardous Materials, Walking & Working Surfaces, Material Handling, and Machine Guarding/Lockout Tagout. Students will also receive a certificate of completion from the Department of Labor, OSHA.

    Construction Safety (30 hours)

    This is an in-depth OSHA certification course for the construction industry. Students will review the current OSHA standards in 29CFR 1926 and 29CFR 1910, which apply to the construction industry. Special emphasis is placed on those areas that are the most hazardous, using OSHA standards as a guide. Students will receive a certificate of completion from the Department of Labor, OSHA.

    Industrial Safety (30 hours)

    This is an in-depth OSHA certification course for the general industry segment, such as industrial shops, automotive shops and manufacturing organizations. Students will review the current OSHA standards in 29CFR 1910, which apply to the industry. Special emphasis is placed on those areas that are the most hazardous, using OSHA standards, as a guide Students will receive a certificate of completion from the Department of Labor, OSHA.

    Safety Management for Supervisors (one day seminar)

    This course introduces the student to management principles required for effective supervision of safety policies in the workplace. The evolving role of the supervisor as leader, communicator and negotiator and disciplinarian is discussed as it applies to industrial safety. Job Safety Analysis, new employee training, infrequent job retraining and accident investigation is also covered.

    Maritime Safety OSHA Outreach (10 hours)

    This is an OSHA certification course for the Maritime industry. Three separate ten hour courses are available.  Each has specified OSHA mandatory required topics.

    Maritime Safety OSHA Outreach (30 hours)

    This OSHA certification course is for the Maritime industry. Three separate 30 hour courses are available.  Each has specified OSHA mandatory required topics.

    Ergonomics- Managing Task Stress (one day seminar)

    This course will familiarize the student with the concepts and applications of current Ergonomic theory. Discussion will center on work physiology, bio-mechanics, workstation design and controls. Students will learn to measure successful application of ergonomic design through improved acceptance of system design.

    First Aid/CPR, BBP & AED

    This course will cover techniques required to handle illness and accidents in the workplace. Basic first aid techniques will be taught to train individual students to provide emergency treatment for on-the-job injuries and CPR & AED.  Blood borne Pathogen Training is required annually.

    Hazard Communications

    This course provides with the information required by OSHA under the “Right to Know” Law. Topics covered are Employee and employer responsibilities, regulations, the proper handling and use of hazardous materials, Acquisition and understanding of Material Safety Data Sheets, Written Safety Plans and Training required to comply with the standard.

    Confined Space Entry & Rescue

    This course provides compliance information regarding OSHA’s regulatory training mandates to improve confined space safety and rescue procedures. Topics include the definition of a confined space, hazards and entry programs and permits required for confined spaces, monitoring equipment, lockout and tagout rules and regulations, personal protective equipment and respiratory equipment. This course also fulfills OSHA’s training requirements on the need, selection, use and care of employee respiratory protection. It introduces students to the compliance requirements of existing standards and discusses the concept of respirator fit testing respirators.

    Safety Committees

    This course provides your safety committee with the safety management principles that they need to be effective. Duties, roles and expectations of the committee are spelled out, along with time saving tips and techniques that will make the safety committee an integral part of your safety program. Job Safety Analysis and accident investigation is also covered in this course


    Other Services Available:


    Facility Inspections                                                          Job Hazard Analysis

    (Mock OSHA Audit)                                                         Flash Hazard Analysis

    Workplace Safety Program Development                         NFPA 70E

    Written Procedures/Work Practices                                 Emergency Accident Investigation

    Workplace Hazard Assessments                                     On-Call or Stand-by

    Safety Committee Training 

    Hybrid Automotive Electrical Safety Ergonomic Evaluations

    Electrical Safety Training

    Qualified Personnel

    1 - For personnel who work on or near what OSHA identifies as utilization/production power voltages used for utilization/production power over 50 volts. Topics such as the effects of electrical shock, arc & flash blast on the human body.  Emergency actions.

    2 - For personnel who work on generation, transmission, or distribution power, topics such as hazards of electricity, job briefing, hazardous energy control, electrical protective equipment, working on or near exposed energized circuits, minimum approach distances, grounding, etc.

    3 - For personnel who work on both utilization/production and generation, transmission, or distribution power. Covers subjects like hazards of electricity, training requirements, work on de-energized & energized equipment, use of electrical equipment, electrical protective equipment, de-energizing lines and equipment, etc.