Maintenance

Subject/Hazard

Description

Frequency?

Training Docs

Hazard Communication

(Global Harmonized System)

All need HazCom training.

Initial training should be about an hour, review training should be about 15-minutes. (Bus drivers may NOT need this training).

Initially and when

SDS specific chemicals change

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Safety Data Sheet Use

General training on how to use the new on-line SDS system.

Initially and when SDS specific chemicals change

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Fire Extinguisher

All should be trained in use and purposes of extinguishers.

Initial training should be about an hour, review training should be about 15-minutes.

Initial (1 hour) training and annual review

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Bloodborne Pathogens

(Awareness Level)

Maintenance personnel need formal BBP training. Training is provided via an on-line training modular. Attendance records are maintained by the supervisor.

Initial and annual “Awareness Level”  training required

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Lockout/Tagout

Lockout/Tagout training is required if the employee works on or repairs any machine, motor or any other piece of equipment including work on buses, or any device with energy either electrical or pneumatics in nature

Initial training and if program changes

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Universal Waste

Required if the employee collects/manages waste fluorescent bulbs or computer monitors.

Once upon hire

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Asbestos

Training is provided by Environmental Safety & Health Associates.

Initial and annual training

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Hearing Conservation

Employees exposed to 85 decibels for 8 hours-see handout!

Initial and annual training

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Respiratory Protection

Employees exposed to welding or paint fumes, or those issued a respirator.

Initial and annual training

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Confined Space

Employees working around deep sump pits, pellet silos, septic tanks, and other dangerous to life equipment/areas-see handout!

Once upon hire

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Ladders

Employees required to use a ladder need training. 

Once upon hire or if the equipment changes

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Forklifts

Specific training for designated employees only. Subject to equipment training and licensing.

Training, if required. License renewal every 3 years

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Lifting

Employees who must lift objects over 25 lbs. need training on lifting

Initial training

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Mowers

Employees who use mowers need specific training on how to handle a gas powered mower.

Initial training  & when equipment changes

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Hazardous Waste

Employees who may handle or may come in contact with hazardous waste products need formal training.

Initial training

 

 

 

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Integrated Pest Mgt.

Employees who may be asked to handle a pest situation must receive specific training.

Initial training and if the program changes

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Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Employees must be trained on the proper use of protective equipment for a specified job.

Initial training and if the situation changes

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Genie & Aerial Lifts

Genie & aerial lift training is reading and understanding the operator’s manual and being tested both in writing and on the machine. 

Initial, if required. Every 4 years or if the equip. changes

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Slips, Trips & Falls

General training on Slips, Trips and Falls is required of all school personnel.

Initial training

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Working in Extreme Heat

General training on hot to safely work in extreme heat conditions.

Initial training

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Spill Response/ SPCC

All individuals need to know what to do in the event of an oil, gasoline or diesel fuel spill. 

Initial and annual training

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