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Posted: 4/21/2016 9:27:06 AM EDT
Chair is coming through my ass...
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What are you studying?
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Originally Posted By Coltman77:


What are you studying?
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30-Hour Construction Industry Outreach

 
Link Posted: 4/21/2016 9:32:44 AM EDT
How many times have you fallen asleep? I did mine at work and had trouble staying awake.
Link Posted: 4/21/2016 9:33:07 AM EDT
Did you take a nap yet?
Link Posted: 4/21/2016 9:33:24 AM EDT
Listen and become a "expert". Get personal contact info from the instructors in case you have a future question.

That held me in very good stead when it came to waste management/disposal.
Link Posted: 4/21/2016 9:33:25 AM EDT
Sorry you have to waste your time so someone else can justify their job.
Link Posted: 4/21/2016 9:33:38 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By DzlBenz:
30-Hour Construction Industry Outreach  
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Originally Posted By DzlBenz:
Originally Posted By Coltman77:
What are you studying?
30-Hour Construction Industry Outreach  



Exactly what is that?
Link Posted: 4/21/2016 9:34:20 AM EDT
Is it safe?
Link Posted: 4/21/2016 9:34:21 AM EDT

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Originally Posted By Dracster:


How many times have you fallen asleep? I did mine at work and had trouble staying awake.
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So far, none. Because espresso.

 



I'm at home doing it online. I did some last night while eating supper and having cocktails. That was close.
Link Posted: 4/21/2016 9:34:44 AM EDT
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OSHA 30hr online is much faster.  Classroom for the fail

Made assumption.

Tips and tricks:  If you rapid click the forward button before the page fully loads (and locks the function out with the timer), you can sometimes zoom through the pages to the end of the section and take the quiz
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Originally Posted By EDDIECRUM:


Did you take a nap yet?
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Got a cat covering nap duty for me.

 
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Originally Posted By 1srelluc:


Listen and become a "expert". Get personal contact info from the instructors in case you have a future question.



That held me in very good stead when it came to waste management/disposal.
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It's online, but the reference material is very good. I'll be developing the safety plan for our company (even though we have <11 employees) after I complete this.

 
Link Posted: 4/21/2016 9:36:00 AM EDT
Day 2?  Have they showed you the accident report of the guy killed by the tire grinding machine because of a lockout-tagout mistake?
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Originally Posted By joemama74:


Sorry you have to waste your time so someone else can justify their job.
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Training, especially safety training, is never a waste of time.

 
Link Posted: 4/21/2016 9:37:02 AM EDT
Been there dont that, it was a good time killer when I was in Afghanistan. Broke up the boredom with a different kind of boredom :)
 
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Exactly what is that?
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Originally Posted By DzlBenz:


Originally Posted By Coltman77:

What are you studying?
30-Hour Construction Industry Outreach  






Exactly what is that?
It's a 24-module course that provides pretty detailed education about the OSHA regulations, how and what to document, what's required of a safety plan, extensive description of all sorts of hazards, and much more. Pretty much everything that OSHA regulates with respect to construction.

 


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Is it safe?
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Is what safe?

 
Link Posted: 4/21/2016 9:41:43 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By DzlBenz:
Training, especially safety training, is never a waste of time.  
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Originally Posted By joemama74:
Sorry you have to waste your time so someone else can justify their job.
Training, especially safety training, is never a waste of time.  


Safety pays....deleted smart ass comment.

You gotta realize you simply can't protect everyone from themselves.  These days you got to try.
Link Posted: 4/21/2016 9:44:08 AM EDT

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Originally Posted By usptac:


OSHA 30hr online is much faster.  Classroom for the fail



Made assumption.



Tips and tricks:  If you rapid click the forward button before the page fully loads (and locks the function out with the timer), you can sometimes zoom through the pages to the end of the section and take the quiz
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I've tried that. I'm doing the 360Training.com course, and they've already locked that down. A certain major automobile manufacturer uses a "timed" online test that can be hacked like that. It's cool, because when you click the > button, you get credit for the minimum time for that slide. Did a 30-minute course in about 2 minutes.

 
Link Posted: 4/21/2016 9:44:21 AM EDT
Common sense regulations?





Have you watched any videos yet where someone used no common sense?
Link Posted: 4/21/2016 9:45:17 AM EDT

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Originally Posted By jwr6:


Day 2?  Have they showed you the accident report of the guy killed by the tire grinding machine because of a lockout-tagout mistake?
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I may have to simulate that myself with some stuff here in the kitchen. Or, just browse 4chan for a rekt thread.

 
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Originally Posted By BEAMEUP:


Been there dont that, it was a good time killer when I was in Afghanistan. Broke up the boredom with a different kind of boredom :)  
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Link Posted: 4/21/2016 9:45:55 AM EDT
damn thing doesn't expire, but nyc makes you redo it every 5 years anyway.
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Originally Posted By DzlBenz:
It's online, but the reference material is very good. I'll be developing the safety plan for our company (even though we have <11 employees) after I complete this.  
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Originally Posted By DzlBenz:
Originally Posted By 1srelluc:
Listen and become a "expert". Get personal contact info from the instructors in case you have a future question.

That held me in very good stead when it came to waste management/disposal.
It's online, but the reference material is very good. I'll be developing the safety plan for our company (even though we have <11 employees) after I complete this.  


When I worked for E.I. Dupont the peeps never paid attention during the HW classes and I got a shit ton of sweet OT by coming in on my days off and preparing HW shipments....No pressure and I worked at my own pace.

If I ran into something I was not sure about I called one of the OSHA peeps that trained me and played "Oh Shucks" dumb and they would fall over their selves to help me.
Link Posted: 4/21/2016 9:48:17 AM EDT

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Originally Posted By DVCER:
Safety pays....deleted smart ass comment.



You gotta realize you simply can't protect everyone from themselves.  These days you got to try.
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Originally Posted By DzlBenz:


Originally Posted By joemama74:

Sorry you have to waste your time so someone else can justify their job.
Training, especially safety training, is never a waste of time.  




Safety pays....deleted smart ass comment.



You gotta realize you simply can't protect everyone from themselves.  These days you got to try.
I look at it this way: as an employer, I'm protecting MYSELF from morans who insist on doing it wrong. If I can properly document training, PPE, procedures, etc., and Skippy McFuckstain STILL offs himself on the job, I can easily demonstrate that Skippy demonstrated willful disobedience of established protocols and defeated safety measures.

 
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Originally Posted By Dragracer:


Common sense regulations? If such a thing really exists.





Have you watched any videos yet where someone used no common sense? WHIRLSTAA! WHIRLSTAA! WHIRLSTAA!!!
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Originally Posted By Enlightenme556:


damn thing doesn't expire, but nyc makes you redo it every 5 years anyway.
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Beats workin'!

 
Link Posted: 4/21/2016 9:51:31 AM EDT

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Originally Posted By 1srelluc:
When I worked for E.I. Dupont the peeps never paid attention during the HW classes and I got a shit ton of sweet OT by coming in on my days off and preparing HW shipments....No pressure and I worked at my own pace.



If I ran into something I was not sure about I called one of the OSHA peeps that trained me and played "Oh Shucks" dumb and they would fall over their selves to help me.

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Originally Posted By 1srelluc:



Originally Posted By DzlBenz:


Originally Posted By 1srelluc:

Listen and become a "expert". Get personal contact info from the instructors in case you have a future question.



That held me in very good stead when it came to waste management/disposal.
It's online, but the reference material is very good. I'll be developing the safety plan for our company (even though we have <11 employees) after I complete this.  




When I worked for E.I. Dupont the peeps never paid attention during the HW classes and I got a shit ton of sweet OT by coming in on my days off and preparing HW shipments....No pressure and I worked at my own pace.



If I ran into something I was not sure about I called one of the OSHA peeps that trained me and played "Oh Shucks" dumb and they would fall over their selves to help me.

Beauty!

 
Link Posted: 4/21/2016 9:54:57 AM EDT
I'm sure OSHA would say that a chair through the ass is a safety violation
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I'm sure OSHA would say that a chair through the ass is a safety violation
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Link Posted: 4/21/2016 10:01:13 AM EDT
Having done several of them has got me bumped out of civil jury duty on two occasions.

One asbestos related and one scaffold collapse
Link Posted: 4/21/2016 10:01:46 AM EDT
Freaking ladder safety was the always the nail in the coffin for me, I could never stay awake for that segment.
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Originally Posted By DzlBenz:



Training, especially safety training, is never a waste of time.  
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Originally Posted By joemama74:

Sorry you have to waste your time so someone else can justify their job.
Training, especially safety training, is never a waste of time.  


Uh, no.  Sorry.



MOST training, espessially most safety training is a complete waste of time, in my opinion.



The more training we give, the dumber people get and the more likely they are to rely on their 'safety training' instead of common sense.



I see a need for basic training, sure, but most industries are weeeellllll beyond that.



 
Link Posted: 4/21/2016 10:05:18 AM EDT
Do you feel safe yet?



I had an insurance company do my 10 hour, it was basically a how to avoid osha taking all your money class.  The point seemed to be that if they show up, your screwed.
Link Posted: 4/21/2016 10:05:43 AM EDT
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My card finally filled up after 30 OSHA classes. After that I figured by the time someone looked to see if I was qualified and found it it would be over. Lot of shit for someone that is escorted by a plant/refinery employee every second they are on site.





My boss had the right attitude. They allow you to fall asleep once, then the next time you have to leave and come back another day. So go in and sleep till they wake you up. Boss knows lol. A lot of the test they should give you before the class, anyone that fails shouldn't be on site to begin with.





 
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Having done several of them has got me bumped out of civil jury duty on two occasions.



One asbestos related and one scaffold collapse
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The last thing any attorney wants on a jury is someone who is armed with actual facts and knowledge.

 
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Freaking ladder safety was the always the nail in the coffin for me, I could never stay awake for that segment.
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For me, it's Ergonomics.

 
Link Posted: 4/21/2016 10:08:27 AM EDT

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Originally Posted By targettarget:





Uh, no.  Sorry.



MOST training, espessially most safety training is a complete waste of time, in my opinion.



The more training we give, the dumber people get and the more likely they are to rely on their 'safety training' instead of common sense.



I see a need for basic training, sure, but most industries are weeeellllll beyond that.

 
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Originally Posted By DzlBenz:


Originally Posted By joemama74:

Sorry you have to waste your time so someone else can justify their job.
Training, especially safety training, is never a waste of time.  


Uh, no.  Sorry.



MOST training, espessially most safety training is a complete waste of time, in my opinion.



The more training we give, the dumber people get and the more likely they are to rely on their 'safety training' instead of common sense.



I see a need for basic training, sure, but most industries are weeeellllll beyond that.

 




 
Link Posted: 4/21/2016 10:10:14 AM EDT
I remember when I used to get trained regularly. The company either thought I was a dolt or wanted me to stay safe.

My new company either thinks I'm smart enough to know better or wants me dead.







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Originally Posted By lcpl1812:


Do you feel safe yet?



I had an insurance company do my 10 hour, it was basically a how to avoid osha taking all your money class.  The point seemed to be that if they show up, your screwed.

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Fail.

 
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Is what safe?  
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Originally Posted By Cheesebeast:

Is it safe?
Is what safe?  
You know........SAFE.

 
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Originally Posted By NathanL:


My card finally filled up after 30 OSHA classes. After that I figured by the time someone looked to see if I was qualified and found it it would be over. Lot of shit for someone that is escorted by a plant/refinery employee every second they are on site.



My boss had the right attitude. They allow you to fall asleep once, then the next time you have to leave and come back another day. So go in and sleep till they wake you up. Boss knows lol. A lot of the test they should give you before the class, anyone that fails shouldn't be on site to begin with.

 
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That's the way it used to be. However, there was a LOT of falsification of training going on, because trainees were given the answers to the test questions. Now you've got to do the time. 30 hours means 30 hours.

 
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How are your staying awake?
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Is it as boring as it was when I took it 6 years ago?
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How are your staying awake?
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Coffee coffee coffee coffee coffee coffee

 
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Is it as boring as it was when I took it 6 years ago?
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NO. It's now 87% MORE boring!

 
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Originally Posted By DzlBenz:
So far, none. Because espresso.  

I'm at home doing it online. I did some last night while eating supper and having cocktails. That was close.
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How many times have you fallen asleep? I did mine at work and had trouble staying awake.
So far, none. Because espresso.  

I'm at home doing it online. I did some last night while eating supper and having cocktails. That was close.


Which website are you using?  I found a few offering it for $189.00 but wasn't sure which one would be the best choice.

Nevermind, I should have read further.

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NO. It's now 87% MORE boring!  
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Originally Posted By Bunn19:
Is it as boring as it was when I took it 6 years ago?
NO. It's now 87% MORE boring!  


Stay Woke!
Link Posted: 4/21/2016 10:19:43 AM EDT
What processes are you permitted to do on a 480 electrical panel with the cover removed while you are wearing 30% polyester underwear?

And what degrees of incline is required for a the sides of a 5ft deep trench 20ft long to NOT require shoring of the sides or a ladder for egress?
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Fail.  
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Originally Posted By lcpl1812:

Do you feel safe yet?



I had an insurance company do my 10 hour, it was basically a how to avoid osha taking all your money class.  The point seemed to be that if they show up, your screwed.

Fail.  
hahahahhhaah!  Probably true, they were certified though.

 
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