Industrial Safety Education and Services

LCCC at WorkIndustrial Safety Education and Services

LCCC has individuals' on-staff that can assist any organization with their industrial safety programs. Weather you are trying to implement a new program, or update an existing program, LCCC can provide assistance with current OSHA regulations and requirements as well as help implement appropriate safety programs. Instructors are also available to instruct individuals on various safety topics and situations common to most industrial organizations. These instructors have been authorized by the OSHA Office of Training and Education to conduct OSHA 10 and 30-hour General Industry courses and provide course completion cards to those individuals who have attended all of the required hours.

The following services are available from LCCC:

  • Instruction of OSHA 10 and 30 hour courses 
  • Assistance with safety audits of existing workplaces 
  • Development of safety programs
  • Understanding of OSHA recordkeeping requirements 
  • Training on additional safety topics such as Powered Industrial Trucks, Confined Spaces, Scissor Lifts, Electrical Safety, and many other topics referenced in OSHA standards / regulations.
  • Drug-Free Workplace Training for both employees and supervisors.

Contact LCCC@Work 

Operating a business has never been more challenging than in today’s competitive environment. Whether you are starting a business or expanding your current operation, LCCC@Work can help you to become more efficient, productive and competitive. Call 440-366-4300 for convenient, affordable, training and support for your business.

 

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