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WASTE TRAINING 101—Basic Terminology An   introduction   to   the   Solid   Waste   Industry.      This   course   deals   with   basic   terminology   (Landfills, Transfer Station, Containers, Routes, MRF’s, etc.). Position: Receptionist, Office Staff, Sales, or anyone new to the industry.
WASTE TRAINING 102—Types of Vehicles An   introduction   to   the   types   of   trucks   used   in   the   Solid   Waste   Industry.   Includes   operational videos   of   a   Roll   Off,   Residential   Front   Load,   Commercial   Front   Load,   Automated   Side   Load, Rear   Load   Residential   hand   pick   up,   Commercial   Rear   Load,   and   a   Knuckleboom   picking   up heavy trash. Position:  Receptionist, Office Staff, Sales, or anyone new to the industry.
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WASTE TRAINING 103—Types of Containers An   introduction   to   the   types   of   refuse   containers   in   the   Solid   Waste   Industry.   Including   the common   sizes   and   shapes   of   front   load   containers,   roll   off   containers   (open   top),   rear   load containers and carts whether it be residential or commercial. Position: Receptionist, Office Staff, Sales, or anyone new to the industry.
COMPACTOR TRAINING 201 An   in   depth   look   at   compactors.      There   are   four   (4)   parts   to   this   course:   Part   1   (TIME   0:11:43) goes   over   the   terminology   used,   Part   2   (TIME   0:10:47)   shows   how   it   compacts   and   the   different types   of   compactors,   Part   3   (TIME   0:08:42)   explains   who   needs   a   compactor   (determining factors,    benefits,    disposable    loose    yards    needed,    electrical,    pads,    etc.),    and    Part    4    (TIME 0:08:14)  goes over the common options. Position:  Sales, Supervisors, Managers
ANTITRUST (3 Parts) This   course   is   a   general   overview   and   is   not   to   be   taken   as   legal   advice.   Part   1   (TIME   0:12:37) is   an   introduction   and   basic   Antitrust   guidelines,   including   Antitrust   Law—What   it   is   and   Why Compliance    is    Essential    and    the    Do’s    and    Don’ts    with    Common    Scenarios.    Part    2    (TIME 0:13:46)   reviews   the   types   of   conduct,   including   Antitrust   Rules   for   specific   types   of   business conduct.      Finally,   Part   3   (TIME   0:12:41)   discusses   conduct   that   violates   the   Antitrust   Laws,   in certain   situations,   then   the   conclusion.      Your   company’s   legal   representation   must   approve   this course before you take it. Position:  Sales, Supervisors, Managers
BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS (29 CFR 1910.1030) All   new   employees   with   the   potential   for   exposure   to   bloodborne   pathogens   must   be   trained. Current   employees   are   required   to   be   trained   when   their   duties   change   creating   a   potential   for exposure   to   bloodborne   pathogens.         Annual   retraining   is   required.      Very   specific   training records   must   be   maintained.      Records   must   be   retained   for   3   years.      Information   must   include dates   of   training,   contents   of   training   sessions,   names   and   qualifications   of   trainers,   names   and job   titles   of   those   trained.      This   course   should   be   considered   for   all   employees    as    a    public service.                                                                                                                                     Position:      ALL   with   potential   exposure       (i.e.   Maintenance   Personnel,   Drivers,   Helpers, Supervisors, Managers, Office Staff)
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These   courses   are   not   generic,   their   focus   is   the   solid   waste   industry   and   should   not   be   used   in   other industries.      If   you   would   like   to   see   courses   grouped   together   for   a   particular   solid   waste   job   position   (e.g. Driver,   Helper,   Sales,   Office   Staff,   etc.),   please   go   to   our   “Courses   by   Position”   page,   best   value.      If   you   are looking for compliance training or other training, please see our “General Courses” page. TO   PURCHASE   /   ENROLL:       Click   the   “Add   to   Cart”   button   for   each   item   you   would   like   to   place   in   your cart.      Once   all   items   have   been   added,   then   click   on   the   “View   Cart”   button   to   start   the   check-out   process. When   viewing   your   cart   you   will   have   the   option   to   return   to   choose   additional   items.      Remember   to   match the   quantity   with   the   number   of   employees   you   are   enrolling.      When   purchasing   a   Course   Group,   any individual   course   can   be   added   to   your   cart   at   an   additional   price.      Simply   go   to   the   “Courses   by   Category” page and add any individual course to your cart. Courses must be completed within 30 days of enrollment.                                   
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WASTEQUIP - COMPACTOR SALES WORKSHOP An   in   depth   look   at   compactors   and   Wastequip’s   models.     There   are   four   (4)   parts   to   this   course: Lesson   1   goes   over   the   terminology   used,   Lesson   2   shows   how   it   compacts   and   the   different types   of   compactors,   Lesson   3   explains   who   needs   a   compactor   (determining   factors,   benefits, disposable   loose   yards   needed,   electrical,   pads,   etc.),   and   Lesson   4   goes   over   the   common options.   (NOTE:   This   can   be   added   to   the   sales   “Courses   by   Position”   at   no   extra   charge.      The individual charge for this course is a fee for the documentation.   Position:  Sales, Supervisors, Managers
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HAZARD COMMUNICATION (Haz-Com) (29 CFR 1910.1200) All   workers   must   be   trained   who   have   an   exposure   or   a   potential   for   exposure   to   hazardous chemicals.      This   includes   the   potential   for   exposure   to   hazardous   chemicals   when   job   duties change.      If   a   new   chemical   hazard   is   introduced   then   additional   training   is   required.      There   is   no specified   length   of   training   time.      OSHA   does   not   require   specific   documentation   regarding training. Position:      ALL   with   potential   exposure   ( i.e.   Maintenance   Personnel,   Drivers,   Helpers, Supervisors, Managers, Office Staff)
LOCKOUT TAGOUT 101 (LOTO) (29 CFR 1910.147) This   is   designed   for   the   driver   of   waste   vehicles.      It   reviews   the   Lockout   Tagout   concept,   when   to use   it   (i.e.   cleaning   out   the   body),   and   the   proper   procedures.      Training   must   be   provided   to   all employees     whose     job     duties     include     operating     equipment     and     performing     service     or maintenance   on   equipment   that   must   be   locked   or   tagged   out   for   protection.      Maintenance personnel,   drivers,   and   helpers.      Although   not   mandatory   for   office   personnel,   it’s   good   for   them to have an understanding of the   program. All   workers   must   be   trained   who   have   an   exposure   to   or   will   be   performing   Lockout/Tagout (LOTO).      Retraining   shall   be   conducted   whenever   necessary   to   reestablish   employee   proficiency, or   to   introduce   new   or   revised   procedures.      The   employer   shall   certify   that   employee   training   has been   accomplished   and   is   being   kept   up   to   date.      The   certification   shall   contain   each   employee’s name and dates of training. Position:       ALL    with    potential    exposure    ( i.e.    Maintenance    Personnel,    Drivers,    Helpers, Supervisors, Managers)
LOCKOUT TAGOUT 201 (LOTO) (29 CFR 1910.147) This   is   designed   for   maintenance   personnel   and   is   in   addition   to   Lockout   Tagout   101   (above).      It is   a   guideline   to   locking   out   particular   types   of   vehicles   (i.e.   Roll   Off,   Front   Load,   Rear   Load, Automated   Side   Load)   for   different   types   of   repairs   (i.e.   engine   compartment,   inside   the   body, raised   body,   under   vehicle).   Training   must   be   provided   to   all   employees   whose   job   duties   include   operating   equipment   and performing    service    or    maintenance    on    equipment    that    must    be    locked    or    tagged    out    for protection.      Namely   Maintenance   personnel.     All   workers   must   be   trained   who   have   an   exposure   to   or   will   be   performing   Lockout/Tagout   (LOTO). Retraining   shall   be   conducted   whenever   necessary   to   reestablish   employee   proficiency,   or   to introduce   new   or   revised   procedures.     The   employer   shall   certify   that   employee   training   has   been accomplished   and   is   being   kept   up   to   date.     The   certification   shall   contain   each   employee’s   name and   dates   of   training.      Hands   on   training   for   each   type   of   equipment   used   is   required   with   this courses. Position:        ALL    with    potential    exposure    ( i.e.    Maintenance    Personnel,    Supervisors, Managers)
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE) (29 CFR 1910.132) Any   employee   required   to   use   personal   protective   equipment   as   required   by   OSHA.      This training   must   be   done   prior   to   using   the   personal   protection   equipment   and      retraining   as necessary.     A   certificate   with   employee   name,   date,   and   subject   of   training   is   required.   Consider giving this to all employees to promote safety within your solid waste organization. Position:      ALL   with   potential   exposure   ( i.e.   Maintenance   Personnel,   Drivers,   Helpers, Supervisors, Managers)
FORKLIFT TRAINING 201 (29 CFR 1910.178) aka POWERED INDUSTRIAL TRUCKS (PIT) The   focus   of   this   course    is   on   Class   1,   4,   &   5   forklifts   which   are   sit   down,   counter-weighted,   with an   internal   combustion   engine   or   electric   having   either   pneumatic   (air   filled)   or   solid   rubber   tires. This   course    has    five    (5)   parts,   Part   1   -   Types   of   Forklifts   (TIME   0:11:33),   Part   2   -   Operator Training   (TIME   0:09:29),   Part   3   -   Forklift   Loads   (TIME   0:10:06),   Part   4   -   Safe   Operations   (TIME 0:13:00), and Part 5 - Inspection & Maintenance (TIME 0:12:21). Anyone   operating   a   Forklift   must   be   trained   and   evaluated.      Training   and   evaluation   must   occur before   the   worker   operates   the   vehicle   without   direct   supervision.      Retraining   is   required   when the   operator   is   being   unsafe,   after   any   accident   or   near   miss,   prior   to   operating   a   different   type   of PIT,   and   changes   in   the   workplace. An   evaluation   is   required   at   least   every   three   years.   Training must   be   through   classroom   (this   course),   hands   on   while   being   supervised   by   a   trainer   for   2 hours, and a final driving test given by the trainer.  The    onsite    trainer    is    whom    the    employer    designates    having    had    previous    training    and experience   at   the   current   job   site   with   the   current   PIT(s).      The   certification   must   include   the operator’s name, the dates of the training and evaluation, and the name of the trainer/evaluator.  Position:      ALL   whose   job   duties   requiring   the   operation   of   a   forklift    (i.e.   Maintenance Personnel)
OCCUPATIONAL NOISE EXPOSURE (29 CFR 1910.95) Train   all   employees   who   are   exposed   to   noise   at   or   above   an   8-hour   time-weighted   average   of 85   decibels   prior   to   assuming   their   duties   with   annual   follow   up   training.      No   specific   training documentation   is   required.   The   following   website   has   sample   of   noise   levels: http://www.caohc.org/publications/meter.php Position:  ALL with potential exposure ( i.e. Maintenance Personnel, Drivers, Helpers)
FIRE SAFETY 101 (Office Personnel) (29 CFR 1910.38) This   course   combines   two   (2)   subjects,   EMERGENCY   ACTION   PLANS   (29   CFR   1910.38)   and FIRE EXTINGUISHERS   (29   CFR   1910.157). All   companies   are   required   to   have   an   Emergency   Action   Plan    for   when   a   facility   must   be evacuated.      The   training   is   required   when   initially   hired   and   when   an   employee’s   responsibility under   the   plan   changes.      The   written   plan   must   be   kept   in   the   workplace.      This   course   reviews how   and   when   to   evacuate,   evacuation   route   maps,   and   the      designated   “Assembly   Area”   once evacuated.   You   must   show   and   review   with   your   employee   the   facility’s   Emergency   Action   Plan to complete this training.  The   Fire   Extinguisher    section   reviews   the   types   of   extinguisher   used   in   the   waste   industry,   the classifications,   when   to   and   when   not   to   use,      and   explains   the   P.A.S.S.   method   for   using   a   fire extinguisher.      Any   employee   expected   to   use   a   fire   extinguisher   is   required   to   have   hands-on training   to   meet   the   OSHA   guideline.      The   fire   extinguisher   hands-on   training   is   required   annually along with documentation of the training. Position:  ALL with potential exposure ( i.e. Office Staff, Sales Staff)
FIRE SAFETY 201 (29 CFR 1910.38) This   course   combines   two   (2)   subjects,   EMERGENCY   ACTION   PLANS   (29   CFR   1910.38)   and FIRE EXTINGUISHERS   (29   CFR   1910.157). The focus is on what to do with a vehicle fire. All   companies   are   required   to   have   an   Emergency   Action   Plan    for   when   a   facility   must   be evacuated.      The   training   is   required   when   initially   hired   and   when   an   employee’s   responsibility under   the   plan   changes.      The   written   plan   must   be   kept   in   the   workplace.      This   course   reviews how   and   when   to   evacuate,   evacuation   route   maps,   and   the      designated   “Assembly   Area”   once evacuated.      You   must   show    your    employee    the    facility’s    Emergency   Action    Plan    to    complete    this   training. The   Fire   Extinguisher    section   reviews   the   types   of   extinguisher   used   in   the   waste   industry,   the classifications,   when   to   and   when   not   to   use,      and   explains   the   P.A.S.S.   method   for   using   a   fire extinguisher.      Any   employee   expected   to   use   a   fire   extinguisher   is   required   to   have   hands-on training   to   meet   the   OSHA   guideline.     The   fire   extinguisher   hands-on   training   is   required   annually along   with   documentation   of   the   training.     Types   of   truck   fires   and   a   guideline   for   handling   a   truck fire is reviewed in this course. Position:      ALL   with   potential   exposure   ( i.e.   Drivers,   Maintenance   Personnel,   Supervisors, Managers)
HEAT ILLNESS 101 (v2.1) Reviews   the   employers   responsibilities,   then   discusses   symptoms,   prevention,   and   emergency procedures.  Training required upon prior to exposure or potential exposure. Position:  All with potential exposure (e.g. Drivers, Maintenance Personnel, etc.)
HEAT ILLNESS 201 (v2.1) This   course   is   for   supervisors   and   managers   only.      Heat   Illness   101   is   required   prior   to   taking   this course. Position: Lead Drivers & Maintenance Personnel, Supervisors, & Managers
HELPER—RESIDENTIAL (2 Parts) Part   One    (TIME   0:18:37)   goes   over   the   components   of   a   Rear   Load   Truck,   common   decals,   how packing   works,   and   controls.      It   discusses   the   safety   aspects   of   the   components   and   when unloading.   Part   Two    (TIME   0:16:17)   discusses   PPE,   traffic,   backing,   hand   signals,   driver   alert button, mounting the step, restricted materials, and packing controls. Position:  Helpers
HELPER—COMMERCIAL (3 Parts) Part   One   and   Two   are   the   Helper-Residential   courses   above.      Part   Three    (TIME   0:13:51)   reviews the   commercial   rear   load   operations   including   trunion   bars,   lift   systems,   locks,   kick   bar,   lowering & lifting containers, along with hook and cable functions. Position:  Helpers
AUTOMATED SIDE LOAD OPERATIONS - 4 Parts Guideline   of   Operating   a Automated   Side   Load Truck.      PART   1   (TIME   0:12:07)   reviews   the   Driver Responsibilities    and    Decals.        PART    2    (TIME    0:05:27)    looks    at    the    Components,    Controls, Switches,   and   Warning   Lights.      PART   3   (TIME   0:14:19)   discusses   the   Body   Inspection.   And, PART   4   (0:16:37)   goes   over   being   On   the   Route,   at   the   Landfill   or   Transfer   Station,   and   the   End of Day—Shut Down Procedure. Position:  Residential Drivers, Supervisors, Managers
CUROTTO-CAN OPERATIONS - 3 Parts This   course   reviews   the   operational   manual   produced   by   Curotto-Can.      PART   1   (TIME   0:13:28) reviews   the   components   and   how   to   attach/detach   the   container.      PART   2   (TIME   0:11:24)   goes over   how   to   operate,   the      proper   lockout   tagout   procedure,   and   travel   positions.      Then,   PART   3 (TIME   0:15:01)   covers   the   Pre-Trip   Inspection   and   includes   the   daily,   weekly,   monthly,   and   6 month   checks   along   with   lubrication   points.   For   more   information   on   this   course,   please   contact Curotto-Can or Heil. Position:  Drivers, Maintenance, Supervisors, Manager
DRIVER ORIENTATION This   course   reviews   the   most   common   accidents   in   the   waste   industry.     Tips   on   injury   prevention, 3-Point   contact   procedure   when   climbing   up   or   down,   staying   in   the   driving   lanes   when   in   a parking   lot,   spill   control,   how   much   clutch   and   steering   play   is   acceptable,   and   some   other general   reminders   such   as   text   messaging   is   now      prohibited   while   driving   a   commercial   truck and never admit to fault when in an accident. Position:  All Drivers
FRONT LOAD OPERATIONS - 4 Parts Guideline    of    Operating    a    Front    Load    Truck.        PART    1    (TIME    0:11:43)    covers    a    “Driver’s Responsibilities” ,   “Components” ,   and   “Controls” ,   including   how   it   packs.      PART   2   (TIME   0:18:54) discusses   the   “Switches   and   Warning   Lights”,   “Outside   Lights”,    and   the   “Arm   and   Fork   Controls” .     PART   3   (TIME   0:13:05)   reviews   the   “Pre-Trip   Inspection” ,   including   how   to   properly   check   the hydraulic   fluid,   and   “Decals”    (showing   pinch   points,   etc.)      PART   4   (TIME   0:19:36)   talks   about   “On the    Route” ,    at    “The    Landfill    and    Transfer    Station” ,    along    with    “The    End    of    Day    Shutdown Procedure” . Position:  Front Load Drivers, Supervisors, Managers
MACK DPF TRAINING—Granite Models Interactive   course   to   insure   the   driver   understands   how   the   DPF   functions   with   a   focus   on   the different   levels   and   the   consequences   of   each.      A   must   course   for   a   driver   new   to   the   DPF system. Position:  Drivers, Maintenance, Supervisors, Managers
MACK DPF TRAINING—TerraPro Models Interactive   course   to   insure   the   driver   understands   how   the   DPF   functions   with   a   focus   on   the different   levels   and   the   consequences   of   each.      A   must   course   for   a   driver   new   to   the   DPF system. Position:  Drivers, Maintenance, Supervisors, Managers
PRE & POST TRIP INSPECTION This   course   does   a   walk   around,   Pre   &   Post Trip   Inspection,   of   the   chassis.      Information   on   body inspections   are   in   each   operational   training   course   for   that   particular   body.      Let   the   driver   know what you expect of   him   when   performing   these   inspections. Position:  All Drivers
ROLL OFF OPERATIONS - 3 Parts Guideline   of   Operating   a   Roll   Off   Truck.      PART   1   (TIME   0:15:15)   of   this   module   discusses   the “Types   of   Hoist”    on   the   market,    “Safety   First”   including   decals   for   pinch   points,    and   “Options” . PART   2   (TIME   0:17:44)   discusses   the   "Driver's   Responsibilities" ,   "Inspections"    (including   the proper   way   to   check   the   hydraulic   fluid),   and   the   "Controls"    (PTO,   Pump,   and   Hoist).   PART   3 (TIME   0:19:48)   is   a   “Guideline   on   Operating   a   Roll   Off   Hoist” .   It   discusses   loading,   unloading, and   dumping   a   container   along   with   tips   on   driving   with   a   load   and   dealing   with   compactors.   The “Tarp Systems 101” course should be considered   with   this   course. Position:  Roll Off Drivers, Supervisors, Managers
REAR LOAD OPERATIONS - 4 Parts Guideline   of   Operating   a   Rear   Load   Truck.      PART   1   (TIME   0:14:22)   goes   over   the   “Driver’s Responsibilities”    and   the   “Controls”.   PART   2   (TIME   0:12:05)   covers   “Inspections”    and   “Decals” . PART   3   (TIME   0:16:48)   is   a   guideline   on   how   to   operate   the   Rear   Loader   while   On   the   Route and   at   the   Landfill   or   Transfer   Station ”,   along   with   End   of   Day ”   shut   down   procedure.   PART   4 (TIME   0:14:53)   talks   about   the   “Operation   of   a   Commercial   Rear   Loader”    including   the   types   of containers. Position:  Residential Drivers, Supervisors, Managers
TARP SYSTEMS 101 This   course   is   a   guideline   for   all   types   of   tarp   systems   for   a   roll   off   truck,   including   hand   tarp along   with   the   manual,   semi-automatic,   and   automatic   systems.      It   explains   how   they   work   and the components   of   each   system. Position:  All Drivers
CUROTTO-CAN MAINTENANCE Curotto-Can   has   developed   this   to   reduce   diagnostic   time   in   the   field.   Part   1   (TIME   0:20:56) covers   the   electrical   system.   Part   2   (TIME   0:24:32)   reviews   the   hydraulic   system.   Part   3   (TIME 0:18:13)    discusses    troubleshooting.    It    gives    your    maintenance    personnel    the    confidence    to maintain   &   service   the   unit   in   a   timely   manner.      Contact   Curotto-Can   for   more   information   about their training. Position:  Maintenance Personnel
tarpARMOR INSTALLATION Training   for   the   installation   and   maintenance   of   the   tarpARMOR   Fall   Protection   System.      The operational   course   for   this   system   must   be   completed   prior   to   taking   this   course.      For   the   free course ,   go   to   www.tarpARMOR.com .   The   only   difference   in   the   courses   is   this   course   gives   you documentation for the employee file. Position:  Maintenance Personnel
tarpARMOR Fall Protection - Operational This    course    reviews    how    to    operate    the    tarpARMOR    Fall    Protection    system    on    Front    Load   and Rear   Load   vehicles.      Go   to   www.tarpARMOR.com    for   the   free   course    without   documentation. The only difference in this course is the documentation for the employee file. Position:  Drivers or other employees who will be operating this system.
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HEIL ODYSSEY (CUROTTO-CAN MAINTENANCE) Curotto-Can   has   developed   this   to   reduce   diagnostic   time   in   the   field.   Part   1   (TIME   0:20:56) covers    the    electrical    system.    Part    2    (TIME    0:24:32)    reviews    the    hydraulic    system.        Contact Curotto-Can or Heil for more information on this training course. Position:  Maintenance Personnel
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HEIL ODYSSEY (CUROTTO-CAN OPERATIONS - 3 Parts) This   course   reviews   the   operational   manual   produced   by   Curotto-Can.      PART   1   (TIME   0:13:28) reviews   the   components   and   how   to   attach/detach   the   container.      PART   2   (TIME   0:11:24)   goes over   how   to   operate,   the      proper   lockout   tagout   procedure,   and   travel   positions.      Then,   PART   3 (TIME   0:15:01)   covers   the   Pre-Trip   Inspection   and   includes   the   daily,   weekly,   monthly,   and   6 month   checks   along   with   lubrication   points.   For   the   free   course ,    go   to   www.curottocan.com . The only difference is this course gives you documentation for the employee file. Position:  Drivers, Maintenance, Supervisors, Manager
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WASTE TRAINING 101—Basic Terminology An   introduction   to   the   Solid   Waste   Industry.      This   course   deals with   basic   terminology   (Landfills,   Transfer   Station,   Containers, Routes, MRF’s, etc.). Position:   Receptionist,   Office   Staff,   Sales,   or   anyone   new to the industry.
WASTE TRAINING 102—Types of Vehicles An   introduction   to   the   types   of   trucks   used   in   the   Solid   Waste Industry.   Includes   operational   videos   of   a   Roll   Off,   Residential Front   Load,   Commercial   Front   Load,   Automated   Side   Load, Rear   Load   Residential   hand   pick   up,   Commercial   Rear   Load, and a Knuckleboom picking up heavy trash. Position:      Receptionist,   Office   Staff,   Sales,   or   anyone   new to the industry.
WASTE TRAINING 103—Types of Containers An   introduction   to   the   types   of   refuse   containers   in   the   Solid Waste   Industry.   Including   the   common   sizes   and   shapes   of front   load   containers,   roll   off   containers   (open   top),   rear   load containers and carts whether it be residential or commercial. Position:   Receptionist,   Office   Staff,   Sales,   or   anyone   new to the industry.
COMPACTOR TRAINING 201 An   in   depth   look   at   compactors.      There   are   four   (4)   parts   to   this course:   Part   1   (TIME   0:11:43)   goes   over   the   terminology   used, Part   2   (TIME   0:10:47)   shows   how   it   compacts   and   the   different types   of   compactors,   Part   3   (TIME   0:08:42)   explains   who   needs a   compactor   (determining   factors,   benefits,   disposable   loose yards   needed,   electrical,   pads,   etc.),   and   Part   4   (TIME   0:08:14)     goes over the common options. Position:  Sales, Supervisors, Managers
ANTITRUST (3 Parts) This   course   is   a   general   overview   and   is   not   to   be   taken   as legal   advice.   Part   1   (TIME   0:12:37)   is   an   introduction   and   basic Antitrust    guidelines,    including   Antitrust    Law—What    it    is    and Why   Compliance   is   Essential   and   the   Do’s   and   Don’ts   with Common   Scenarios.   Part   2   (TIME   0:13:46)   reviews   the   types   of conduct,   including Antitrust   Rules   for   specific   types   of   business conduct.      Finally,   Part   3   (TIME   0:12:41)   discusses   conduct   that violates    the    Antitrust    Laws,    in    certain    situations,    then    the conclusion.      Your   company’s   legal   representation   must   approve this course before you take it. Position:  Sales, Supervisors, Managers
BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS (29 CFR 1910.1030) All     new     employees     with     the     potential     for     exposure     to bloodborne   pathogens   must   be   trained.   Current   employees   are required   to   be   trained   when   their   duties   change   creating   a potential    for    exposure    to    bloodborne    pathogens.            Annual retraining   is   required.      Very   specific   training   records   must   be maintained.          Records     must     be     retained     for     3     years.       Information   must   include   dates   of   training,   contents   of   training sessions,   names   and   qualifications   of   trainers,   names   and   job titles   of   those   trained.     This   course   should   be   considered   for   all employees   as   a   public service.                                                                                                                                     Position:      ALL   with   potential   exposure       (i.e.   Maintenance Personnel,     Drivers,     Helpers,     Supervisors,     Managers, Office Staff)
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These   courses   are   not   generic,   their   focus   is   the   solid   waste industry   and   should   not   be   used   in   other   industries.      If   you would   like   to   see   courses   grouped   together   for   a   particular solid   waste   job   position   (e.g.   Driver,   Helper,   Sales,   Office   Staff, etc.),   please   go   to   our   “Courses   by   Position”   page,   best   value.     If    you    are    looking    for    compliance    training    or    other    training, please see our “General Courses” page. TO   PURCHASE   /   ENROLL:       Click   the   “Add   to   Cart”   button   for each   item   you   would   like   to   place   in   your   cart.      Once   all   items have   been   added,   then   click   on   the   “View   Cart”   button   to   start the   check-out   process.   When   viewing   your   cart   you   will   have the   option   to   return   to   choose   additional   items.      Remember   to match    the    quantity    with    the    number    of    employees    you    are enrolling.      When   purchasing   a   Course   Group,   any   individual course   can   be   added   to   your   cart   at   an   additional   price.      Simply go   to   the   “Courses   by   Category”   page   and   add   any   individual course to your cart. Courses must be completed within 30 days of enrollment.                                
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WASTEQUIP - COMPACTOR SALES WORKSHOP An    in    depth    look    at    compactors    and    Wastequip’s    models.      There   are   four   (4)   parts   to   this   course:   Lesson   1   goes   over   the terminology   used,   Lesson   2   shows   how   it   compacts   and   the different   types   of   compactors,   Lesson   3   explains   who   needs   a compactor    (determining    factors,    benefits,    disposable    loose yards   needed,   electrical,   pads,   etc.),   and   Lesson   4   goes   over the   common   options.   (NOTE:   This   can   be   added   to   the   sales “Courses    by    Position”    at    no    extra    charge.        The    individual charge for this course is a fee for the documentation.   Position:  Sales, Supervisors, Managers
HAZARD COMMUNICATION (Haz-Com) (29 CFR 1910.1200) All    workers    must    be    trained    who    have    an    exposure    or    a potential   for   exposure   to   hazardous   chemicals.      This   includes the   potential   for   exposure   to   hazardous   chemicals   when   job duties   change.      If   a   new   chemical   hazard   is   introduced   then additional   training   is   required.      There   is   no   specified   length   of training   time.      OSHA   does   not   require   specific   documentation regarding training. Position:      ALL   with   potential   exposure   ( i.e.   Maintenance Personnel,   Drivers,   Helpers,   Supervisors,   Managers,   Office Staff)
LOCKOUT TAGOUT 101 (LOTO) (29 CFR 1910.147) This   is   designed   for   the   driver   of   waste   vehicles.      It   reviews   the Lockout   Tagout   concept,   when   to   use   it   (i.e.   cleaning   out   the body),   and   the   proper   procedures.      Training   must   be   provided to   all   employees   whose   job   duties   include   operating   equipment and    performing    service    or    maintenance    on    equipment    that must   be   locked   or   tagged   out   for   protection.      Maintenance personnel,   drivers,   and   helpers.      Although   not   mandatory   for office   personnel,   it’s   good   for   them   to   have   an   understanding   of the   program. All   workers   must   be   trained   who   have   an   exposure   to   or   will   be performing     Lockout/Tagout     (LOTO).          Retraining     shall     be conducted     whenever     necessary     to     reestablish     employee proficiency,   or   to   introduce   new   or   revised   procedures.      The employer     shall     certify     that     employee     training     has     been accomplished   and   is   being   kept   up   to   date.      The   certification shall contain each employee’s name and dates of training. Position:      ALL   with   potential   exposure   ( i.e.   Maintenance Personnel, Drivers, Helpers, Supervisors, Managers)
LOCKOUT TAGOUT 201 (LOTO) (29 CFR 1910.147) This   is   designed   for   maintenance   personnel   and   is   in   addition to   Lockout   Tagout   101   (above).      It   is   a   guideline   to   locking   out particular    types    of    vehicles    (i.e.    Roll    Off,    Front    Load,    Rear Load,   Automated   Side   Load)   for   different   types   of   repairs   (i.e. engine    compartment,    inside    the    body,    raised     body,     under   vehicle).   Training   must   be   provided   to   all   employees   whose   job   duties include     operating     equipment     and     performing     service     or maintenance   on   equipment   that   must   be   locked   or   tagged   out for   protection.      Namely   Maintenance   personnel.      All   workers must   be   trained   who   have   an   exposure    to    or    will    be    performing   Lockout/Tagout   (LOTO). Retraining     shall     be     conducted     whenever     necessary     to reestablish   employee   proficiency,   or   to   introduce   new   or   revised procedures.      The   employer   shall   certify   that   employee   training has   been   accomplished   and   is   being   kept   up   to   date.      The certification   shall   contain   each   employee’s   name   and   dates   of training.      Hands   on   training   for   each   type   of   equipment   used   is required with this courses. Position:      ALL   with   potential   exposure   ( i.e.   Maintenance Personnel, Supervisors, Managers)
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE) (29 CFR 1910.132) Any   employee   required   to   use   personal   protective   equipment as   required   by   OSHA.     This   training   must   be   done   prior   to   using the   personal   protection   equipment   and      retraining   as   necessary.     A   certificate   with   employee   name,   date,   and   subject   of   training is   required.   Consider   giving   this   to   all   employees   to   promote safety within your solid waste organization. Position:      ALL   with   potential   exposure   ( i.e.   Maintenance Personnel, Drivers, Helpers, Supervisors, Managers)
FORKLIFT TRAINING 201 (29 CFR 1910.178) aka POWERED INDUSTRIAL TRUCKS (PIT) The   focus   of   this   course    is   on   Class   1,   4,   &   5   forklifts   which   are sit   down,   counter-weighted,   with   an   internal   combustion   engine or   electric   having   either   pneumatic   (air   filled)   or   solid   rubber tires.   This   course    has    five    (5)   parts,   Part   1   -   Types   of   Forklifts (TIME   0:11:33),   Part   2   -   Operator   Training   (TIME   0:09:29),   Part 3   -   Forklift   Loads   (TIME   0:10:06),   Part   4   -   Safe   Operations (TIME   0:13:00),   and   Part   5   -   Inspection   &   Maintenance   (TIME 0:12:21). Anyone    operating    a    Forklift    must    be    trained    and    evaluated.      Training   and   evaluation   must   occur   before   the   worker   operates the   vehicle   without   direct   supervision.      Retraining   is   required when   the   operator   is   being   unsafe,   after   any   accident   or   near miss,   prior   to   operating   a   different   type   of   PIT,   and   changes   in the   workplace.   An   evaluation   is   required   at   least   every   three years.   Training   must   be   through   classroom   (this   course),   hands on   while   being   supervised   by   a   trainer   for   2   hours,   and   a   final driving test given by the trainer.  The   onsite   trainer   is   whom   the   employer   designates   having   had previous   training   and   experience   at   the   current   job   site   with   the current   PIT(s).      The   certification   must   include   the   operator’s name,   the   dates   of   the   training   and   evaluation,   and   the   name   of the trainer/evaluator.  Position:      ALL   whose   job   duties   requiring   the   operation   of a forklift  (i.e. Maintenance Personnel)
OCCUPATIONAL NOISE EXPOSURE (29 CFR 1910.95) Train   all   employees   who   are   exposed   to   noise   at   or   above   an   8- hour   time-weighted   average   of   85   decibels   prior   to   assuming their   duties   with   annual   follow   up   training.      No   specific   training documentation    is    required.       The    following    website    has    sample   of   noise   levels: http://www.caohc.org/publications/meter.php Position:      ALL   with   potential   exposure   ( i.e.   Maintenance Personnel, Drivers, Helpers)
FIRE SAFETY 101 (Office Personnel) (29 CFR 1910.38) This     course     combines     two     (2)     subjects,     EMERGENCY ACTION       PLANS       (29       CFR       1910.38)       and       FIRE EXTINGUISHERS   (29   CFR   1910.157). All   companies   are   required   to   have   an   Emergency Action   Plan   for   when   a   facility   must   be   evacuated.      The   training   is   required when    initially    hired    and    when    an    employee’s    responsibility under   the   plan   changes.      The   written   plan   must   be   kept   in   the workplace.      This   course   reviews   how   and   when   to   evacuate, evacuation   route   maps,   and   the      designated   “Assembly   Area” once    evacuated.    You    must    show    and    review    with    your employee   the   facility’s   Emergency Action   Plan   to   complete   this training.  The   Fire   Extinguisher    section   reviews   the   types   of   extinguisher used   in   the   waste   industry,   the   classifications,   when   to   and when   not   to   use,      and   explains   the   P.A.S.S.   method   for   using   a fire    extinguisher.        Any    employee    expected    to    use    a    fire extinguisher   is   required   to   have   hands-on   training   to   meet   the OSHA   guideline.      The   fire   extinguisher   hands-on   training   is required annually along with documentation of the training. Position:      ALL   with   potential   exposure   ( i.e.   Office   Staff, Sales Staff)
FIRE SAFETY 201 (29 CFR 1910.38) This   course   combines   two   (2)   subjects,   EMERGENCY ACTION PLANS   (29   CFR   1910.38)   and   FIRE   EXTINGUISHERS    (29   CFR   1910.157). The focus is on what to do with a vehicle fire. All   companies   are   required   to   have   an   Emergency   Action   Plan   for   when   a   facility   must   be   evacuated.      The   training   is   required when    initially    hired    and    when    an    employee’s    responsibility under   the   plan   changes.      The   written   plan   must   be   kept   in   the workplace.      This   course   reviews   how   and   when   to   evacuate, evacuation   route   maps,   and   the      designated   “Assembly   Area” once   evacuated.      You   must   show    your    employee    the    facility’s   Emergency   Action   Plan   to   complete   this   training. The   Fire   Extinguisher    section   reviews   the   types   of   extinguisher used   in   the   waste   industry,   the   classifications,   when   to   and when   not   to   use,      and   explains   the   P.A.S.S.   method   for   using   a fire    extinguisher.        Any    employee    expected    to    use    a    fire extinguisher   is   required   to   have   hands-on   training   to   meet   the OSHA   guideline.      The   fire   extinguisher   hands-on   training   is required    annually    along    with    documentation    of    the    training.      Types   of   truck   fires   and   a   guideline   for   handling   a   truck   fire   is reviewed in this course. Position:         ALL     with     potential     exposure     ( i.e.     Drivers, Maintenance Personnel, Supervisors, Managers)
HEAT ILLNESS 101 (v2.1) Reviews     the     employers     responsibilities,     then     discusses symptoms,   prevention,   and   emergency   procedures.      Training required upon prior to exposure or potential exposure. Position:          All     with     potential     exposure     (e.g.     Drivers, Maintenance Personnel, etc.)
HEAT ILLNESS 201 (v2.1) This   course   is   for   supervisors   and   managers   only.      Heat   Illness 101 is required prior to taking this course. Position:      Lead      Drivers      &      Maintenance      Personnel, Supervisors, & Managers
HELPER—RESIDENTIAL (2 Parts) Part   One    (TIME   0:18:37)   goes   over   the   components   of   a   Rear Load   Truck,   common   decals,   how   packing   works,   and   controls.     It   discusses   the   safety   aspects   of   the   components   and   when unloading.    Part    Two     (TIME    0:16:17)    discusses    PPE,    traffic, backing,   hand   signals,   driver   alert   button,   mounting   the   step, restricted materials, and packing controls. Position:  Helpers
HELPER—COMMERCIAL (3 Parts) Part   One   and   Two   are   the   Helper-Residential   courses   above.     Part   Three    (TIME   0:13:51)   reviews   the   commercial   rear   load operations   including   trunion   bars,   lift   systems,   locks,   kick   bar, lowering    &    lifting    containers,    along    with    hook    and    cable functions. Position:  Helpers
AUTOMATED SIDE LOAD OPERATIONS - 4 Parts Guideline   of   Operating   a   Automated   Side   Load   Truck.      PART   1 (TIME   0:12:07)   reviews   the   Driver   Responsibilities   and   Decals.     PART   2   (TIME   0:05:27)   looks   at   the   Components,   Controls, Switches,    and    Warning    Lights.        PART    3    (TIME    0:14:19) discusses   the   Body   Inspection.   And,   PART   4   (0:16:37)   goes over   being   On   the   Route,   at   the   Landfill   or Transfer   Station,   and the End of Day—Shut Down Procedure. Position:  Residential Drivers, Supervisors, Managers
CUROTTO-CAN OPERATIONS - 3 Parts This    course    reviews    the    operational    manual    produced    by Curotto-Can.      PART   1   (TIME   0:13:28)   reviews   the   components and   how   to   attach/detach   the   container.      PART   2   (TIME   0:11:24) goes   over   how   to   operate,   the      proper   lockout   tagout   procedure, and   travel   positions.      Then,   PART   3   (TIME   0:15:01)   covers   the Pre-Trip   Inspection   and   includes   the   daily,   weekly,   monthly,   and 6    month    checks    along    with    lubrication    points.    For    more information on this course, please contact Curotto-Can or Heil. Position:  Drivers, Maintenance, Supervisors, Manager
DRIVER ORIENTATION This   course   reviews   the   most   common   accidents   in   the   waste industry.      Tips   on   injury   prevention,   3-Point   contact   procedure when   climbing   up   or   down,   staying   in   the   driving   lanes   when   in a   parking   lot,   spill   control,   how   much   clutch   and   steering   play   is acceptable,   and   some   other   general   reminders   such   as   text messaging   is   now      prohibited   while   driving   a   commercial   truck and never admit to fault when in an accident. Position:  All Drivers
FRONT LOAD OPERATIONS - 4 Parts Guideline   of   Operating   a   Front   Load   Truck.      PART   1   (TIME 0:11:43)    covers    a    “Driver’s    Responsibilities” ,    “Components” , and   “Controls” ,   including   how   it   packs.      PART   2   (TIME   0:18:54) discusses   the   “Switches   and   Warning   Lights”,   “Outside   Lights”,   and    the    “Arm    and    Fork    Controls” .        PART    3    (TIME    0:13:05) reviews    the    “Pre-Trip    Inspection” ,    including    how    to    properly check   the   hydraulic   fluid,   and   “Decals”    (showing   pinch   points, etc.)      PART   4   (TIME   0:19:36)   talks   about   “On   the   Route” ,   at “The   Landfill   and   Transfer   Station” ,   along   with   “The   End   of   Day Shutdown Procedure” . Position:  Front Load Drivers, Supervisors, Managers
MACK DPF TRAINING—Granite Models Interactive   course   to   insure   the   driver   understands   how   the   DPF functions     with     a     focus     on     the     different     levels     and     the consequences   of   each.      A   must   course   for   a   driver   new   to   the DPF system. Position:  Drivers, Maintenance, Supervisors, Managers
MACK DPF TRAINING—TerraPro Models Interactive   course   to   insure   the   driver   understands   how   the   DPF functions     with     a     focus     on     the     different     levels     and     the consequences   of   each.      A   must   course   for   a   driver   new   to   the DPF system. Position:  Drivers, Maintenance, Supervisors, Managers
PRE & POST TRIP INSPECTION This   course   does   a   walk   around,   Pre   &   Post   Trip   Inspection,   of the    chassis.        Information    on    body    inspections    are    in    each operational    training    course    for    that    particular    body.        Let    the driver   know   what   you   expect   of    him    when    performing    these   inspections. Position:  All Drivers
ROLL OFF OPERATIONS - 3 Parts Guideline   of   Operating   a   Roll   Off Truck.      PART   1   (TIME   0:15:15) of   this   module   discusses   the   “Types   of   Hoist”    on   the   market,   “Safety   First”   including   decals   for   pinch   points,    and   “Options” . PART       2       (TIME       0:17:44)       discusses       the       "Driver's Responsibilities" ,    "Inspections"     (including    the    proper    way    to check   the   hydraulic   fluid),   and   the   "Controls"    (PTO,   Pump,   and Hoist).   PART   3   (TIME   0:19:48)   is   a   “Guideline   on   Operating   a Roll   Off   Hoist” .   It   discusses   loading,   unloading,   and   dumping   a container   along   with   tips   on   driving   with   a   load   and   dealing   with compactors.     The     “Tarp     Systems     101”     course     should     be considered   with   this   course. Position:  Roll Off Drivers, Supervisors, Managers
REAR LOAD OPERATIONS - 4 Parts Guideline   of   Operating   a   Rear   Load   Truck.      PART   1   (TIME 0:14:22)    goes    over    the    “Driver’s    Responsibilities”     and    the “Controls”.    PART    2    (TIME    0:12:05)    covers    “Inspections”     and “Decals” .    PART    3    (TIME    0:16:48)    is    a    guideline    on    how    to operate    the    Rear    Loader    while    On    the    Route ”    and    at    the Landfill   or   Transfer   Station ”,   along   with   End   of   Day ”   shut   down procedure.   PART   4   (TIME   0:14:53)   talks   about   the   “Operation   of a Commercial Rear Loader”  including the types of containers. Position:  Residential Drivers, Supervisors, Managers
TARP SYSTEMS 101 This   course   is   a   guideline   for   all   types   of   tarp   systems   for   a   roll off    truck,    including    hand    tarp    along    with    the    manual,    semi- automatic,   and   automatic   systems.      It   explains   how   they   work and the components   of   each   system. Position:  All Drivers
CUROTTO-CAN MAINTENANCE Curotto-Can   has   developed   this   to   reduce   diagnostic   time   in   the field.   Part   1   (TIME   0:20:56)   covers   the   electrical   system.   Part   2 (TIME    0:24:32)    reviews    the    hydraulic    system.    Part    3    (TIME 0:18:13)   discusses   troubleshooting.   It   gives   your   maintenance personnel   the   confidence   to   maintain   &   service   the   unit   in   a timely   manner.      Contact   Curotto-Can   for   more   information   about their training. Position:  Maintenance Personnel
tarpARMOR INSTALLATION Training   for   the   installation   and   maintenance   of   the   tarpARMOR Fall   Protection   System.      The   operational   course   for   this   system must   be   completed   prior   to   taking   this   course.      For   the   free course ,   go   to   www.tarpARMOR.com .   The   only   difference   in   the courses    is    this    course    gives    you    documentation    for    the employee file. Position:  Maintenance Personnel
tarpARMOR Fall Protection - Operational This     course     reviews     how     to     operate     the     tarpARMOR     Fall   Protection    system    on    Front    Load   and   Rear   Load   vehicles.      Go to     www.tarpARMOR.com      for     the     free     course      without documentation.    The    only    difference    in    this    course    is    the documentation for the employee file. Position:      Drivers   or   other   employees   who   will   be   operating this system.
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HEIL ODYSSEY (CUROTTO-CAN MAINTENANCE) Curotto-Can   has   developed   this   to   reduce   diagnostic   time   in   the field.   Part   1   (TIME   0:20:56)   covers   the   electrical   system.   Part   2 (TIME   0:24:32)   reviews   the   hydraulic   system.      Contact   Curotto- Can or Heil for more information on this training course. Position:  Maintenance Personnel
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HEIL ODYSSEY (CUROTTO-CAN OPERATIONS - 3 Parts) This    course    reviews    the    operational    manual    produced    by Curotto-Can.      PART   1   (TIME   0:13:28)   reviews   the   components and   how   to   attach/detach   the   container.      PART   2   (TIME   0:11:24) goes   over   how   to   operate,   the      proper   lockout   tagout   procedure, and   travel   positions.      Then,   PART   3   (TIME   0:15:01)   covers   the Pre-Trip   Inspection   and   includes   the   daily,   weekly,   monthly,   and 6    month    checks    along    with    lubrication    points.    For    the    free course ,    go   to   www.curottocan.com .   The   only   difference   is   this course gives you documentation for the employee file. Position:  Drivers, Maintenance, Supervisors, Manager
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