RGR Training Center

2303 E. Sahara Ave #205 Las Vegas, NV 89104 
Open: Monday - Friday 2:45pm - 8:30pm
Direct Number: (702) 628-2394       Fax Number: (702) 754-3991
Email: rgrtrainingcenter@yahoo.com

RGR Training Center

2303 E. Sahara Ave #205

Las Vegas, NV 89104

Office # 702-628-2394

Fax # 702-413-7200

Fax # 702-586-9510 

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OSHA 10 Construction Curriculum: (2day class minimum 5hrs a day)

Introduction to OSHA, Fall Protection, Electrical, Struck by, Caught in/between, Personal Protective Equipment, Health hazards in construction, Tools-hand and power, Scaffolds, Excavation and Stairs ways and ladders.


OSHA 30 Construction Curriculum: (4days class minimum 7.5hrs a day)

Introduction to OSHA, Fall Protection, Electrical, Struck by, Caught in/between, Personal Protective Equipment, Health hazards in construction, Stairways and ladders, Managing safety and health, Fire protecting and preventing, Materials Handling, Tools-Hand and power, Welding and cutting, Scaffolds, Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Elevators, Conveyors, Motors vehicles, Mechanized equipment, Marine operations, Rollover protective structures, Overhead protection, Signs, Signals, Barricades, Excavation, Concrete, Masonry Construction, Steel erection, Safety health program, Confine space entry, Powered industrial vehicles and Ergonomics.


OSHA 10 General Industry Curriculum: (2day class minimum 5hrs a day)

Introduction to OSHA ,Walking working surfaces, Electrical, Hazards communication, Electrical, Hazard communication, Exit routes, Emergency action plans, Fire protection, Personal protective equipment, Bllodborne pathogens, Ergonomics, Safety health program and Fall protection.


OSHA 30 General Industry Curriculum: (4days class minimum 7.5hrs a day)

Introduction to OSHA ,Walking working surfaces, Electrical, Hazards communication, Electrical, Hazard communication, Exit routes, Emergency action plans, Fire protection, Personal protective equipment, Bllodborne pathogens, Ergonomics, Safety health program and Fall protection, Materials, Hazardous materials, Flammable combustible liquids, Permit-required confine space, Lockout/Tagout, Machine guarding, Welding, Cutting, Brazing, Introduction to industrial hygiene, Bloodborne pathogens, Ergonomics, Fall protection, Safety health program, Powered industrial vehicles , Managing safety and health.


Authorized CPR, AED and First Aid for Children, Infants, and Adults Instructor curriculum: (1day class minimum 4hrs) 2years

fist aid provider, Recognizing an emergency, personal safety, legal considerations, emergency medical services, respiratory and circulatory systems, sudden cardiac arrest, chain of survival, chest compressions, rescue breaths, primary assessment-unresponsive child, unresponsive and recovery position, unresponsive and not breathing-CPR, automated external defibrillators, basic AED operation, Troubleshooting and other consideration, Choking, Primary assessment, Minor injuries, Burns, Chemical burns, Electrical burns, Objects in the eye, Chemical in the eye, Nosebleeds, Injured tooth, Warning sign of sudden illness, Altered mental status, Stroke, Diabetic emergency, Seizure, Breathing difficulty, Asthma, Severe allergic reaction, Pain, Severe abdominal pain, Ingested poising, Inhaled poising, Bites and stings, Snakebites, Spider bites, Stinging insects, Animal and Human bites, Heat exhaustion, Heat stroke, Hypothermia, Frostbite, Emergency moves, Emotional considerations. 


Photovoltaic (PV) 40hr training (5days minimum 8hrs a day) 1 year

Introduction to Photovoltaic Systems, Solar Radiation, Site Surveys and Preplanning, System Components and Configurations, Cells, Modules and Arrays, Batteries, Charge Controllers, Inverters, Systems Sizing, mechanical Integration, Electrical Integration, Utility Interconnection, Permitting and Inspection, Commissioning, maintenance and Troubleshooting, Economic Analysis , Hands on training  and Installation


Photovoltaic (PV) 24hr training (3days minimum 8hrs a day) 1 year

Introduction to Photovoltaic Systems, Solar Radiation, Site Surveys and Preplanning, System Components and Configurations, Cells, Modules and Arrays, Batteries, Charge Controllers, Inverters, Systems Sizing, mechanical Integration, Electrical Integration, Utility Interconnection, Permitting and Inspection, Commissioning, maintenance and Troubleshooting, Economic Analysis , Hands on training  and Installation.


Photovoltaic (PV) 8hr training (1day minimum 8hrs a day) 1 year

Introduction to Photovoltaic Systems, Solar Radiation, Site Surveys and Preplanning, System Components and Configurations, Cells, Modules and Arrays, Batteries, Charge Controllers, Inverters, Systems Sizing, mechanical Integration, Electrical Integration, Utility Interconnection, Permitting and Inspection, Commissioning, maintenance and Troubleshooting, Economic Analysis , Hands on training  and Installation.


Photovoltaic (PV) 2hr awareness training (1day minimum 2hrs a day) 1 year

Introduction to Photovoltaic Systems, Solar Radiation, Site Surveys and Preplanning, System Components and Configurations, Cells, Modules and Arrays, Batteries, Charge Controllers, Inverters, Systems Sizing, mechanical Integration, Electrical Integration, Utility Interconnection, Permitting and Inspection, Commissioning, maintenance and Troubleshooting, Economic Analysis , Hands on training  and Installation.


Hazwoper 40hr training (5days minimum 8hrs a day) must refresh every year

General Hazardous Waste Operations, RCRA operations—Treatment, storage, and disposal facilities, Emergency Response, General Hazardous Waste Operations and Site-specific Training, Off-site training. Training course content for hazardous waste operations, required by 29 CFR 1910.120(e), safety and health program, medical surveillance program, site safety and health plan, Emergency response plan and procedures, Adequate illumination, Sanitation recommendation and equipment, OSHA's hazard-communication standard (29 CFR 1910.1200) and lock-out-tag-out standard (29 CFR 1910.147), construction standards (29 CFR Part 1926), Rights and responsibilities of employers and employees under applicable OSHA and EPA laws,  Fundamentals of chemical hazards, Fire and explosion hazards of chemicals, electrical hazards, powered equipment hazards, motor vehicle hazards, walking-working surface hazards, excavation hazards, and hazards associated with working in hot and cold temperature extremes, confined space entry procedures in 29 CFR 1910.146, The elements of a spill control program and Personal protective equipment.


Hazwoper 24hr training (3days minimum 8hrs a day) must refresh every year

General Hazardous Waste Operations, RCRA operations—Treatment, storage, and disposal facilities, Emergency Response, General Hazardous Waste Operations and Site-specific Training, Off-site training. Training course content for hazardous waste operations, required by 29 CFR 1910.120(e), safety and health program, medical surveillance program, site safety and health plan, Emergency response plan and procedures, Adequate illumination, Sanitation recommendation and equipment, OSHA's hazard-communication standard (29 CFR 1910.1200) and lock-out-tag-out standard (29 CFR 1910.147), construction standards (29 CFR Part 1926), Rights and responsibilities of employers and employees under applicable OSHA and EPA laws,  Fundamentals of chemical hazards, Fire and explosion hazards of chemicals, electrical hazards, powered equipment hazards, motor vehicle hazards, walking-working surface hazards, excavation hazards, and hazards associated with working in hot and cold temperature extremes, confined space entry procedures in 29 CFR 1910.146, The elements of a spill control program and Personal protective equipment.


Hazwoper 8hr Refresher training (1day minimum 8hrs a day) must refresh every rear

General Hazardous Waste Operations, RCRA operations—Treatment, storage, and disposal facilities, Emergency Response, General Hazardous Waste Operations and Site-specific Training, Off-site training. Training course content for hazardous waste operations, required by 29 CFR 1910.120(e), safety and health program, medical surveillance program, site safety and health plan, Emergency response plan and procedures, Adequate illumination, Sanitation recommendation and equipment, OSHA's hazard-communication standard (29 CFR 1910.1200) and lock-out-tag-out standard (29 CFR 1910.147), construction standards (29 CFR Part 1926), Rights and responsibilities of employers and employees under applicable OSHA and EPA laws,  Fundamentals of chemical hazards, Fire and explosion hazards of chemicals, electrical hazards, powered equipment hazards, motor vehicle hazards, walking-working surface hazards, excavation hazards, and hazards associated with working in hot and cold temperature extremes, confined space entry procedures in 29 CFR 1910.146, The elements of a spill control program and Personal protective equipment.


Asbestos awareness Curriculum: (1day training minimum 120 minutes) 1 year

Natural occurring asbestos fiber types, The controls needed, Protection consideration,

The exposure potential, the increased hazard for individuals that smoke & The exposure routes of inhalation and ingestion.


Bloodborne Pathogens Awareness Curriculum: (1day training minimum 120minutes) 1 year

Bloodborne disease, Blood and body fluid exposure in the workplace, Increase exposure potential for hepatitis B, Exposure control plans, Universal precaution and personal protective equipment, Hepatitis B vaccination & Safe work practices.


Respiratory Awareness Curriculum: (1 day training minimum 120minutes) 1 year.

Atmospheric containments, General requirements for a respiratory program, fit testing protocols.

Medical evaluation for respiratory users & Respiratory training requirements.


Boom lift Training Curriculum: (1day training minimum 120minutes) 3 years

Boom Lift hazards in the work area, OSHA standards, Safety operation procedures, Operator responsibilities & inspection and maintenance requirement.


Confine Space Training Curriculum: (1day training minimum 120minutes) 3 years

Confine space evolution, Non-permit and permit required confine space, Potential hazards associated with permit confine space entry, Components of entry permit program & Emergency response to confine space incidents.


Cranes and Derricks Safety Training Curriculum: (1day training minimum 120minutes) 3 years

Cranes and Derricks Prevention Safety Awareness hazards in the work place, Mobile Inspection, Hydraulic Overhead, Gantry, Tower, Correct air pressure and no leaks, Tires properly inflated, Clearance for tail swing, Wire rope wear, Physical damage to crane, Loose or missing hardware & bolts and Fluid leaks.


Electrical Training Curriculum: (1day training minimum 120minutes) 3 years

Basics of electricity, Electrical safety, Hazard identification, Controlling electrical hazards & Subpart K – Electrical


Excavation Traning Curriculum: (1day training minimum 120minutes) 3 years

OSHA 1926 .651. 650 and .652 standards, General requirements, Location utilities, hazardous atmosphere, inspections & access and egress, Soil classifications, Protective systems requirements, Sloping and benching and shoring and shielding & Subpart P - Excavations


Fall protection User Curriculum: (1day training minimum 120minutes) 3 years

Subpart M – Fall protection, Conventional fall protection, Guardrails, Safety nets, Personal fall arrest system. (PFAS), Protection from falling objects, Fall protection plans &Training requirements.


Forklift Powered Industrial Truck Training Curriculum: (1day training minimum 120minutes) 3 years

The nature of forklift hazards in the work area, OSHA standards, safety operation procedures, Operator responsibilities, Load handling & Inspection and maintenance requirement 


Hand & Power Tool Training Curriculum: (1day training minimum 120minutes) 3 years

Inspecting the tool before use, Using PPE (Personal Protective Equipment), Using guards, Properly storing the tool, Using safe handling techniques & Subpart I – Hand & Power Tool.


Heat Stress Prevention Safety Training Curriculum: (1day training minimum 120minutes) 1 years

Heat Stress Prevention hazards in the work area, what is heat stress, control measures, Heat stress disorders & Safe work practice.


Means of Egress and Fire Protection Training Curriculum: (1day training minimum 120minutes) 3 years

Intro to Means of Egress and Fire Protection, Hazards in the work area, Fire Extinguisher Classification, Escape Route, Locking Exists & Emergency Action Plan and access to Exits


Multi-Employer Worksites Focused Inspection TrainingCurriculum (1day training minimum 240minutes) 3 years

OSHA standards, OSHA Inspections, Inspection Tour, Closing Conference, Types of Violations, Focus Four Hazards, Falls, Struck by, Caught in/Between, Electrical, Appeals Process, First Aid, Medical Assistance & Training and Education.


OSHA Injury and illness recordkeeping “OSHA 300 LOG" Training Curriculum (1day training minimum 120minutes) 3 years

OSHA' s basic recordkeeping requirement, Injury  and illness recordkeeping criteria, Recordable and non-recordable injury/illness determination, Recordkeeping forms and maintenance & Posting requirements.


Overhead and Gantry Crane Training Curriculum: (1day training minimum 120minutes) 3 years

Overhead Cranes in the work area, Machinery and equipment prior to each use, Overhead Crane load capacities & Operators: must qualify on specific crane type.


Personal Protective Equipment Training Curriculum: (1day training minimum 120minutes) 3 years

Personal Protective Equipment Prevention hazards in the work area, PPE to provide Training on eye, face, head protection, feet, bodies, hearing, hands and arm protection & Subpart E – Personal Protective Equipment.


Radio Frequency Training Curriculum: (1day training minimum 120minutes) 1 years

OSHA Radio Frequency (RF) Awareness Prevention hazards in the work area, Radiation standards and regulations, 1910.97 Non –Ionizing Radiation, 1910.147 Lockout/Tagout Of Power, 1910.268 Telecommunication Industry, 1926.54 Construction Industry, 1910.132 Personal Protective Equipment, 1910.145 & 1926.200 Signs and Tags, 1904 Record Keeping, 1910.1020 Access to Employee Exposure, 1926.20 Safety Plan, RF Consensus Standards, 1910.265(p)(2) Accessible Areas, Control/Engineering, Location of sources and potentially hazardous areas, Health effects and safety standards, Extent of exposures compared to standards and common sources, Required SOP’s and controls, Emergency procedures & How to know when things are “abnormal, Optional controls employees may use and Site-Specific RF Program.


Rigging Equipment for Material handling Training Curriculum: (1day training minimum 120minutes) 3 years

Rigging equipment for material handling in the work area, rigging equipment for material handling shall be inspected prior to use on each shift and as necessary during its use to ensure that it is safe, Defective rigging equipment shall be removed from service & Rigging equipment general use.


Rough Terrain Forklift Training Curriculum: (1day training minimum 120minutes) 3 years

Forklift hazards in the work area, OSHA standards, Safety operation procedures, Operator responsibilities, Load handling & Inspection and maintenance requirement.


Safety Data Sheet Training Curriculum: (1day training minimum 120minutes) 1years

Safety Data Sheets Safety Awareness Prevention hazards in the work area, Section 1 Identification, Section 2, Hazard(s), Section 3, Composition/information on ingredients, Section, Section 4, First-aid measures, Section, Section 5, Fire-fighting measures, Section 6, Accidental release measures, Section 7, Handling and storage, Section, Section 8, Exposure controls/personal protection, Section 9, Physical and chemical properties, Section 10, Stability and reactivity, Section 11, Toxicological information, Section 12, Ecological information, Section 13, Disposal considerations, Section 14, Transport information, Section 15, Regulatory information, Section 16, other information & 1910.1200 – SDS


Scaffold awareness Curriculum: (1day training minimum 120minutes) 3 years

Scaffolds Prevention hazards in the work area, Scaffolds load capacities, Electrical, Fall protection, Erecting of scaffolds, Falling object or tools & Inspect scaffold before each shift and after alterations.


Scissor Lift Training Curriculum: (1day training minimum 120minutes) 3years

Scissor lift hazards in the work area, OSHA standards, Safety operation procedures, Operator responsibilities & inspection and maintenance requirement.


Stairways & Ladders Training Curriculum: (1day training minimum 120minutes) 3 years

Read and follow all labels/markings on the ladder, Avoid electrical hazards! – Look for overhead power lines before handling a ladder. Avoid using a metal ladder near power lines or exposed energized electrical equipment. Always inspect the ladder prior to using it. If the ladder is damaged, it must be removed from service and tagged until repaired or discarded. Always maintain a 3-point (two hands and a foot, or two feet and a hand) contact on the ladder when climbing. Keep your body near the middle of the step and always face the ladder while climbing (see diagram). Only use ladders and appropriate accessories (ladder levelers, jacks or hooks) for their designed purposes. Ladders must be free of any slippery material on the rungs, steps or feet. Do not use a self-supporting ladder (e.g., step ladder) as a single ladder or in a partially closed position. Do not use the top step/rung of a ladder as a step/rung unless it was designed for that purpose. Use a ladder only on a stable and level surface, unless it has been secured (top or bottom) to prevent displacement. Do not place a ladder on boxes, barrels or other unstable bases to obtain additional height. Do not move or shift a ladder while a person or equipment is on the ladder. An extension or straight ladder used to access an elevated surface must extend at least 3 feet above the point of support (see diagram). Do not stand on the three top rungs of a straight, single or extension ladder. The proper angle for setting up a ladder is to place its base a quarter of the working length of the ladder from the wall or other vertical surface (see diagram). A ladder placed in any location where it can be displaced by other work activities must be secured to prevent displacement or a barricade must be erected to keep traffic away from the ladder. Be sure that all locks on an extension ladder are properly engaged. Do not exceed the maximum load rating of a ladder. Be aware of the ladder’s load rating and of the weight it is supporting, including the weight of any tools or equipment.


Electrical Safe Work Practices NFPA 70E (1day training minimum 120minutes) 3 years

Basics of electricity, Electrical safety, Hazard identification, Controlling electrical hazards, Electrical Arc flash Hazards, Limit Approach Boundaries, Lockout / Tagout, General safety requirements, Electrical program Electrical (personal protective equipment), Multi-Employer Worksite, Electrical Safety Program.


Water Truck Safety Training Curriculum: (1day training minimum 120minutes) 3 years

Water Truck Safety hazards in the work are, Safety operation procedures, Operator responsibilities & inspection and maintenance requirement.


Welding Prevention Safety Training Curriculum: (1day training minimum 120minutes) 3years

Welding Prevention hazards in the work area, 1926.350 Gas Welding, 1926.351 Arc Welding, 1926.352 fire Prevention, 1926.353 Ventilation & 1926.354 Preservative Coating And safe work practice. 


Hand Signals for Cranes Operation training Curriculum: (1day training minimum 120minutes) 3 years

How to hand signal or stop, Emergency Stop, Hoist, Raise Boom, Swing, Retract telescoping boom, Lower Boom,

Move slowly, Use main hoist. 


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