Compliance & OSHA
Employee safety is the #1 priority for many Minnesota organizations. Organizations know the importance of having the right safety plan and training in place to ensure their employees are protected.
Professional & Workforce Training have worked extensively with these businesses in a variety of highly-regulated industries in Minnesota and know what is needed to develop a program for your organization.
Our training consultants and instructors understand the requirements that keep your employees and your business in state and federal compliance.
Our training instructors are industry leaders who provide in-depth instruction, customized curriculum and hand-on experience.
Sample Programs & Courses
AWAIR & Right to Know
Blood Borne Pathogens
Confined Space Entry/Awareness
Emergency Safety Plans
EPA Section 608 exam -- CFC
Employee Safety Orientation for Seasonal Staff
First Aid/Medical Emergencies
Forklift & Other Medium Duty Equipment
Harnessing & Rigging
OSHA Incident Commander
Personal Protective Equipment
Trenching & Excavation Safety/Competent Person
Select Course Descriptions
OSHA 10-Hour Safety Certificate
The 10-Hour OSHA General Industry course affords participants the opportunity to earn their OSHA 10-hour certificate card and gain a wide variety of knowledge on common safety subjects. The 10-Hour program is designed to provide a variety of training on General Industry safety and health topics to entry-level workers. It emphasizes hazard identification, avoidance, control and prevention. The topics covered in the 10-hour open enrollment program include: Introduction to OSHA Walking and Working Surfaces Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, Fire Prevention Plans, and Fire Protection Electrical Personal Protective Equipment Introduction to Industrial Hygiene / Blood borne Pathogens Safety & Health (AWAIR) Programs Ergonomics This certificate program is designed for: Safety Committee Members Entry-level Workers New Supervisors This certificate program is also offered to businesses and organizations as a customizable course. For more information, contact Kristin Benson in the Corporate Center at Anoka Technical College at 763-576-4955.
Minnesota Worker's Compensation Seminar
This four-hour class offered in conjunction with the Minnesota Department of Labor is to assist employers in understanding the Worker's Compensation system in Minnesota. Get answers to your questions regarding injuries, accidents, and your responsibilities. You will learn the following: Worker's Compensation basics in Minnesota; What to do before an injury occurs; What to do when an injury occurs or is reported; How to report injuries; Benefits provided; What is and is not covered by Worker's Compensation; Employer Do's and Don'ts.