Interested in convenient, practical training programs at competitive prices? SOS Technologies has the classes you're looking for. We deliver performance-oriented, cost-effective training to small businesses, as well as corporate, government and education customers. With a network of educated professionals, such as Firefighters, Paramedics, EMT’s, and Nurses we have more than 300 educators across the country. These educators bring real life stories to the class rooms and help make the learning experience more interesting, which helps maximize knowledge and improve skill retention. We are an authorized training center for Emergency Care and Safety Institute (ECSI), American Heart Association (AHA) and the American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI).

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  • One of the largest national training centers
  • On site training
  • Flexible class scheduling
  • Provide CPR, First Aid, Bloodborne Pathogens, AED and OSHA Safety Classes
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Program Code Description Federal Regulation
Level 1
O2 SA-T Emergency Oxygen Service Agreement - Trauma Unit 29 CFR 1910.151
Service Agreement for the use, service and maintenance of the SOS Technologies Trauma Unit, complete with CPR/inhalation mask, first aid supplies and bloodborne pathogen protection and clean up supplies. Includes Emergency Oxygen Orientation. 29 CFR 1910.1030
37 FR 5504  
1 hour class  
O2 SA-S Emergency Oxygen Service Agreement - Standard Unit 29 CFR 1910.151
Service Agreement for the use, service and maintenance of the SOS Technologies Standard Unit equipped with a CPR/inhalation mask. Includes Emergency Oxygen Orientation. 37 FR 5504
PROGRAM 1 SOS Technologies Trauma Unit with EOO, ERT and CPR 29 CFR 1910.151
Service Agreement for the use, service and maintenance of the SOS Technologies Trauma Unit (see O2SA-T above) and one class each of EOO, ERT and CPR training. 29 CFR 1910.1030
37 FR 5504  
5 hour class in adult CPR, Workplace First Aid (ERT) and Emergency Oxygen Orientation.  
PROGRAM 2 SOS Technologies Standard Unit with EOO, ERT and CPR 29 CFR 1910.151
Service Agreement for the use, service and maintenance of the SOS Technologies Standard Unit (see O2SA-S above) and one class each of EOO, ERT and CPR training. 37 FR 5504
5 hour class in adult CPR, Workplace First Aid (ERT) and Emergency Oxygen Orientation.  
EOO Emergency Oxygen Orientation 29 CFR 1910.151
This course meets OSHA/FDA requirements for a non-medical responder to be "properly trained" to use emergency oxygen.  Course includes oxygen use during first aid, CPR, and safe handling and service issues. 29 CFR 1910.1030
37 FR 5504
1 hour class  
CPR Adult Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) 29 CFR 1910.151
Participants learn to properly perform CPR through discussion, demonstration and hands-on exercises.  Includes use of emergency oxygen, body isolation and barrier masks and Cardiac Defibrillation Orientation. 29 CFR 1910.1030
37 FR 5504
2-3 hour class
ERT Emergency Response Training (ERT/First Aid) 29 CFR 1910.151
The course is designed to train employees to respond appropriately until professional help arrives.  Topics include victim assessment, shock management and stabilization. 37 FR 5504
1-2 hour  class
BBP Bloodborne Pathogens (BBP) Training 29 CFR 1910.1030
This course is site-specific, utilizing your company's workplace Exposure Control Plan.  Topics include personal protective equipment, emergency notification procedures, signs, labels, clean-up, development of training records and post-exposure obligations.  Each course is site-specific, as required by OSHA.
2 hour class  
AED-T Automated External Defibrillator Training 29 CFR 1910.151
Class participants learn how to respond to sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) with an AED, also Adult CPR and emergency oxygen orientation. 37 FR 5504
3-4 hour class 
8CPRFA American Safety & Health Institute Standard CPR/First Aid Training 29 CFR 1910.151
The National Safety Council Standard course includes equal portions of adult CPR and first aid topics such as victim assessment, choking, treatment of shock, burns, bleeding control, bandaging, splinting, use of emergency and first aid supplies, and more.  This course is tailored to meet the site-specific needs of your workplace and can be split into two sessions. 29 CFR 1910.1030
37 FR 5504
5 hour class
FR Emergency First Responder (medical) 29 CFR 1910.151
This course meets the DOT minimum curriculum for First Responder (FR), the state-approved first link of the Community EMS system.  The FR course is considered "advanced first aid", and is a prerequisite for EMT training. 29 CFR 1910.1030
37 FR 5504
40 hour class 
FR-R Emergency First Responder Refresher 29 CFR 1910.151
This interim course uses role playing, drills and review exercises to keep first responder skills and knowledge up to date between recertification. 29 CFR 1910.1030
37 FR 5504
14 hour class
RSP-P Respiratory Protection Plan 29 CFR 1910.134
Based on a thorough evaluation of your needs, our experienced professional staff will design a site-specific Respiratory Protection plan for your company.
RSPT Respiratory Protection Safety Training / Fit Testing 29 CFR 1910.134
This course provides an understanding of the Respiratory Protection Standard, including proper use and maintenance procedures for respirators.  Qualitative fit testing is also included.  Quantitative Fit testing available. 
2-4 hour class 
SCBA Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus Training 29 CFR 1910.134
This course includes instruction in how the respiratory system functions, causes of respiratory problems, effects of respiratory hazards, safety practices, inspection procedures, types of respiratory safety equipment, individual fit testing, mock drills and written examination.  Quantitative fit testing available.
2-4 hour class 
PPE Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) Training 29 CFR 1910.132
This course satisfies OSHA requirements for hand, eye, head, face and foot protection training.  Includes site-specific/job specific instruction in the availability and proper use of PPE.
2-4 hour class
HCON Hearing Conservation and Safety Program 29 CFR 1910.95
This course discusses types and causes of hearing damage, noise avoidance safety practices and personal protective equipment for hearing conservation.  Also includes proper fitting and usage of ear plugs.
2 hour class 
EYESP Eye Safety Program 29 CFR 1910.133
This course covers the physiology of vision, the effects of eye injuries, and common types and causes of eye injuries.  Safety practices and selection and use of personal protective equipment for eyes are also discussed.
2 hour class 
BIP Back Injury Prevention / Ergonomics 29 CFR 1910.151
This course covers body mechanics and proper moving and lifting techniques to prevent back injuries.  Proper use of back belts is also addressed.
1-2 hour class 
EVAC Emergency Evacuation Training 29 CFR 1910.38
Site-specific training including chain-of-command, individual responsibilities to co-workers and professionals, safe evacuation procedures and in-place protection.  Evacuation drill optional.
2-4 hour class 
EQ Earthquake Preparedness Training (West Coast)
This course discusses basic earthquake preparation and response during and immediately after an earthquake.
2 hour class 
XEQ Extended Earthquake Preparedness Training (West Coast)
XEQ includes all the components of the basic class with company evacuation and disaster team drills added.
4 hour class 
SMSPLL Small Spill Clean Up 29 CFR 1910.1200
Employees learn to clean up routine, non-emergency spills, including site-specific chemicals found at your facility. (Includes HAZMAT Training)
4-8 hour class 
EST Electrical Safety Training - Awareness Level 29 CFR
This course trains employees in safe work practices and utilization of safety devices that help to control, avoid or eliminate electrical hazards. 1910.302-335
1-2 hour class 
STF Walking and Working Surfaces 29 CFR
This course discusses gravity, friction and momentum; causes of slips, trips and falls; avoidance techniques; stairs, ladders and other equipment and the role of safety shoes. 1910.22-.30
1-2 hour class 
Confined Space Entry  29 CFR 1910.146
Utilizing your company's written policies, participants will learn about the use of specialized personal protection equipment (PPE), SCBAs and respirators.  Also included are how to identify "permit required" confined spaces, use of permit entry forms and entry procedures.  Includes mock drills and a written examination.
4-8 hour class 
CSER Confined Space Rescue 29 CFR 1910.146
This course teaches qualified Confined Space Entrants site-specific rescue procedures.  Training includes utilization of your company's on-site equipment and practical hands-on confined space rescues within your designated confined spaces based on company policies and procedures.
8-16 hour class 
LO/TO LockOut/TagOut Training 29 CFR 1910.147
This site-specific class instructs employees in general work practices related to the lockout/tagout regulation and specific instruction regarding electric, hydraulic, and pneumatic equipment in your facility based on your company's written plan.  The course includes practice using appropriate lockout devices.
1-2 hour class 
FIRE Fire Extinguisher Training 29 CFR 1910.157
This course trains employees in the use of fire extinguishers.  The training combines lecture, demonstration, application of your company's in-house Fire Response Plan and practical hands-on drill's).
1-2 hour class 
FIRE-RT Fire Response Training 29 CFR 1910.157
This course includes all components of Fire Extinguisher Training, plus a walkthrough of the company's fire suppression system; methods of extinguishing; hands-on training, including but not limited to,  fire hose and foam applications, and exterior structure firefighting techniques.
4-8 hour class 
FLS/FLP Forklift Safety Training/Refresher Certification 29 CFR 1910.178
The classroom portion of OSHA required forklift safety training is appropriate  for any employee who may be expected to operate a forklift.  The course includes major compliance requirements, surveying the work area, correct operating procedures, recognizing potential problems and equipment maintenance.  This course is combined with hands-on training in the use of the company's forklift(s).  Successful completion of this course satisfy's OSHA's forklift training regulation.
2-4 hour class 
FLS Forklift Safety Training - Refresher 29 CFR 1910.178
This course is both lecture and hands-on training in the use of the company's forklift(s).  Successful completion of this course together with the FLS course listed above satisfy OSHA's forklift regulation.  
2 hour class 
VOL10 10 Hour Voluntary Guide to Compliance
Designed by Federal OSHA, this course will familiarize supervisors and managers with the most frequently cited OSHA violations.  The course also teaches personnel how to research various OSHA regulations.  A comprehensive, easy to read book from OSHA is available for an additional fee.
10 hour class.  Participants receive a certificate of completion from the U.S. Department of Labor - OSHA.
HAZCOM-P Hazard Communication Plan 29 CFR 1910.1200
Our trained professional staff will do a complete audit of your facility and write a site-specific Hazard Communication Plan.
1-2 hour class
HAZCOM Hazard Communication Training HAZCOM ("Right to Know")  29 CFR 1910.1200
This course covers regulation background, compliance requirements, MSDS recognition and use, signage, and site-specific chemical hazards.  Also addresses employee and employer rights and responsibilities. 29 CFR 1910.20
1-2 hour class
DOTHAZ Department of Transportation HAZMAT Training 49 CFR,
This training is mandated for any employee who operates vehicles used to transport hazardous materials; those who load and unload hazardous materials; those who handle, store, pack, test, recondition, repair or modify hazardous material containers; those who prepare shipping papers or purchase hazardous materials containers. HM 126F-181
8 hour class
4FRA Hazardous Materials Responder Awareness 29 CFR 1910.120
This course teaches hazardous substance recognition, potential danger, proper documentation and response team notification.  This course is designed to teach a defensive response to a hazardous materials release (protection of  assets and lives).
4 hour class 
8FRO Hazardous Materials Operations 29 CFR 1910.120
For all employees who may be expected to contain a hazardous material release, this course covers contingency planning, agency coordination, initial containment and decontamination.  This course is designed to teach a defensive response to a hazardous materials release (protection of assets and lives).
8 hour class 
24FRO Hazardous Materials First Responder Operational 29 CFR 1910.120
This class instructs students in how to initiate an emergency response by securing the area and calling in an emergency response team.  Participants learn to protect lives, property and the environment.  The class includes instruction on the specific chemicals, waste and other hazardous materials found on your site.  Also qualifies as Occasional Site Worker Training.
24 hour class 
24TECH Hazardous Materials Emergency Technician 29 CFR 1910.120
This course trains your response team(s) to evaluate the severity of an incident and to take appropriate action.  Topics include HAZWOPER, emergency response, containment and control procedures, decontamination, and chemical hazards.  Involves extensive field exercises.
24 hour class 
8REF Hazardous Materials Emergency Response Refresher 29 CFR 1910.120
Designed for employees who are part of the Emergency Response Team, this course reviews your company's emergency response plan, containment and control procedures, decontamination and chemical hazards.  Prerequisites are 24-40 hour Operations or Technician class with current completion card.
8 hour class 
ICS8 Incident Command System/Scene Manager 29 CFR 1910.120
This course provides the skills necessary to assume Incident Commander/Scene Manager role during any incident involving hazardous materials.  Training includes field scene management, decontamination, documentation and reporting.  Also included are incident pre-planning,  contingency planning and personal protective equipment strategies.  Participants must have completed Operations or Technician Training.
8-16 hour class 
ICSREF Incident Command System/Scene Manager Refresher 29 CFR 1910.120
This course is designed to update Incident Command System/Scene Managers in federal and state regulations and the latest scene management techniques.
4-8 hour class 
40HZWP Hazardous Waste Operations, Site Worker (HAZWOPER) 29 CFR 1910.120
Comprehensive training for site employees with daily exposure to hazardous materials.  Students will learn how to properly remove and clean-up hazardous waste.  This course covers federal regulatory and emergency response requirements; hazard recognition, evaluation, and control; decontamination procedures; spill containment; personal protective equipment and respiratory protection.
40 hour class
HWREF Hazardous Waste Operations Refresher 29 CFR 1910.120
A one day workshop for employees who have received a minimum of 24 hours of HAZWOPER training, this course will update participants on revisions to the federal and state health and safety regulations, as well as the newest technical innovations.  Includes drills and exercises.
8 hour class
HZSUPR Hazardous Materials Emergency Response Supervisory Training 29 CFR 1910.120
For supervisors of HAZWOPER trained workers.  Supervisors must complete an initial 24 or 40 hours of HAZWOPER training prior to taking this course.  Students learn how to properly and safely supervise employees who work in hazardous waste clean-up activities.
8 hour class 
24HZWP Occasional Site Worker Training 29 CFR 1910.120
For the site worker who will have minimal exposure to hazardous materials, topics include federal regulatory and emergency response requirements; hazard recognition, evaluation, and control; decontamination procedures; and  respiratory protection.
24 hour class 
8SUP Hazardous Waste Operations Management & Supervisor Training 29 CFR 1910.120
This course is designed for hazardous waste site supervisors.  Participants are trained to present and implement the company's safety, health hazard monitoring, and protective equipment programs.  Also includes orientation to record keeping, documentation and spill containment techniques.
8 hour class 
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