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This course is practical-theoretical. It prepares the worker to lay off not only the safety of the cauldron but also to give it maintenance and eventual simple repairs.
A boiler room is not a place for those who are not serious about safety. It is filled with high pressure steam lines, furnaces, and other related equipment. It can also include confined spaces that require agility to move. From January 6 to February 7, 2010 alone, two people died in the boiler rooms.
In an effort to reduce workplace injuries and deaths, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), which was founded in 1971, has established safety regulations for all industrial settings, including boiler rooms. If you work or are going to work in a boiler room, familiarize yourself with these rules.
Includes: Certificate of completion
Duration: 30 hours
Hours: Saturdays | 8:00 am - 11:00 am during (10 weekends)
Language: Spanish / English
Cost: $600 (Group discounts available)