Battalion 1 Consultants offers technical training in the following disciplines.
OSHA certification courses (Outreach):
General Industry 10 & 30-hour
Disaster Site Worker
Excavation & Trench Safety
HSI courses available:
Active Violence Emergency Response Training (AVERT)
Blood Borne Pathogens
Additional courses available:
Stop the Bleed
Emergency Warden Certification
Courses comply with Federal Regulations, National Consensus Standards, and local policies and procedures.
OSHA Outreach Training
OSHA General Industry 10 & 30 - Hour
The 10-hour General Industry Outreach Training Program is intended to provide an entry-level worker’s general awareness of recognizing and preventing hazards in a general industry setting.
The OSHA 30-hour General Industry Outreach Training course is a comprehensive safety program designed for anyone involved in general industry. Specifically devised for safety directors, foremen, and field supervisors; the program provides complete information on OSHA compliance issues.
Disaster Site Worker
The 24-hour course prepares the General Worker on Hazard Recognition, Health & Safety Concerns, ICS, Respiratory Protection, Decon, Personal Protective Equipment, Traumatic Stress, and CBRNE Awareness.
Permit Required Confined Space
Permit-Required Confined Space training that complies with the information found in 29 CFR 1910.146 & 29 CFR 1926.1200-1213. We offer several training options that range from policy and plan reviews, PRCS awareness, PPE review, Hazardous atmosphere meter reading, ventilation principles & practices, Entrant, Attendant & Supervisor training, Rescue Team evaluations, and much more!
Excavation & Trenching
Excavation & Trench Safety training that corresponds with the information found in 29 CFR 1926 Subpart P. We offer several training options that range from a policy review, excavation safety awareness, hazard recognition, soil mechanics, soil classifications, protective system selection, review of engineered plans, and much more! Emergency responders let's review your department policies, training plans, and records. A third-party evaluation of your team's performance based on the OSHA & NFPA requirements will give an honest and non-biased assessment of your capabilities.
Providing several options with HazWoper training, including 8, 16, or 40 hours. We offer generalized and industry-specific courses. We also provide scenario-based training that enhances the cognitive learning of your personnel. Applying the knowledge to practical evolutions enhances the learner's ability to perform in the work environment.
Emergency Action Plans
A lack of planning & preparedness is the leading contributor to failures during emergency incidents and accidents. It is also essential to identify that 90% of companies & corporations fail to train their employees.
Battalion 1 Consulting takes a passionate approach with our clients. We spend the time learning your business, the working culture, and your environment to develop your EAP. We go one step further with our training program. Your Emergency Action Plan is only as effective if everyone has been trained to use it.
CPR - First Aid - AVERT
CPR / AED / First Aid
Our friendly approach with professional delivery will meet the needs of your community, organization, and business.
With AVERT – Active Violence Emergency Response Training - you'll learn how to recognize the signs of danger, react appropriately, and make rapid survival decisions. AVERT goes beyond active shooter response training by also teaching how to control life-threatening bleeding.
Emergency Warden Certification Program
Have you been assigned or designated as the Floor Warden, Fire Warden, Building Manager, Emergency Warden, or even a Supervisor / Manager? Then you may have been identified within your company's Emergency Action Plan (EAP) as the responsible party (having the accountability of your personnel or customers) during an emergency.
Our 4-hour course provides an in-depth training program that covers all facets of your roles and responsibilities as it relates to OSHA regulations and national consensus standards.