Exhibit 2, 240 FW 2
Date: September 28, 2011
Series: Occupational Safety and Health
Part 240: Safety Program
Originating Office: Division of Safety and Health
Collateral Duty Safety Officers (CDSOs) may take the courses below to fulfill their requirement to complete CDSO training within the first 6 months after appointment (see 240 FW 2).These courses are available on the Departmentís Learning Management system.
You must take the courses listed before taking the exams.
Course List (all courses are 1 hour with the exception of the Introduction to OSHA)
Safety: Introduction to OSHA (2 hours)
Safety: Introduction to OSHA Standards
Safety: Office Safety
Safety: Electrical Safety Design
Safety: Welding, Cutting, and Brazing
Safety: Bloodborne Pathogens
Safety: First Responder Awareness Level (HAZWOPER)
Safety: Machinery and Machine Guarding
Safety: Fire Protection
Safety: Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans and Fire Prevention Plans
Safety: Hand and Portable Powered Tools
Safety: Hearing Conservation
Safety: Cranes and Rigging
Safety: Powered Industrial Trucks
Safety: Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout)
Safety: Permit-Required Confined Spaces
Safety: Fall Protection
Safety: Federal Safety and Health Programs
Safety: Walking and Working Surfaces
Safety: Introduction to Industrial Hygiene
Safety: Personal Protective Equipment
Safety: Hazard Communication
Safety: DOI Collateral Duty Safety Training Exam #1 (1 hour)
This is the first of two exams for the Departmentís Collateral Duty Safety Training course series. This exam covers hazard inspection and identification. It will test your ability to identify safety and health hazards.
Safety: DOI Collateral Duty Safety Training Exam #2 (1 hour)
This is the second of two exams for the Departmentís Collateral Duty Safety Training course series. This exam covers program evaluation and identification of program deficiencies.
Safety: DOI Collateral Duty Safety Officer Certification
This course is a survey of the Collateral Duty Safety training courses you have completed. You must take this course to receive your certificate of completion.
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