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Frequently asked questions about Hazardous Agricultural Materials Certificates 

Posted by CSTC Staff
14 Feb 2019 05:54 PM

HAZMAT PlacardThe purpose of this course is to allow operators to drive a vehicle which requires a Class C license while transporting placardable quantities of Hazardous Materials (HM) and Hazardous Waste (HW), without a HAZMAT endorsement. CSTC certifies that the following attendees have been trained and tested on the training requirements set forth in Title 49 CFR Part 172 which includes: General Awareness/Familiarization, Function Specific, Table of Hazardous Materials and Special Provisions, Shipping Papers, Marking, Labeling, Placarding, Emergency Response Information, Safety and Security Awareness Plans and Training.

Ben Laverty IV from CSTC talks about Wellness and the benefits for the employee and the employer

Posted by CSTC Staff
06 Feb 2019 09:00 AM

Ben Laverty IV talks about Wellness, and how that can help employees and employers, in regards to safety and productivity and efficiency in everything you do. Learn how CSTC is trying to focus on their employees wellness, and some of the less known benefits of wellness.

Ben Laverty III talks about Pesticides in 2019

Posted by CSTC Staff
30 Jan 2019 09:00 AM

Ben Laverty III talks about the new changes in 2019 for Pesticides. Discusses which companies need training, which chemicals require training, when are peak times for pesticide training, and how with all of the farm land around Kern County, how do schools affect pesticide training.

Ben Laverty IV talks about OSHA 300 Log changes and upcoming deadlines in early 2019

Posted by CSTC Staff
24 Jan 2019 09:00 AM

In this Video ( with transcription ), Ben Laverty IV from California Safety Training Corporation ( CSTC ) talks about the recent changes to OSHA 300 Log reporting, and the upcoming deadlines, including fines, and how to use your OSHA 300 logs to help your business.

Meet the Trainer - Ben Laverty III - Founder of CSTC

Posted by CSTC Staff
15 Jan 2019 09:28 PM

We have a lot of great trainers here at CSTC. We wanted to do some interviews so you could get to know them better.
First interview we thought was fitting to meet the founder of CSTC, and learn how the company came to be.

New 2019 Regulations means IIPP Updates - explained in a short video from Dr Ben Laverty III

Posted by CSTC Staff
08 Jan 2019 09:00 AM

New 2019 Regulations means you should update your Injury and Illness Prevention ProgramNew Regulations in 2019 means you should update your Injury and Illness Prevention Program ( IIPP or I2P2 ). In this Video ( with Transcript for reading ), Dr Ben Laverty III explains why you should update your IIPP, and what are some of the regulations that have changed recently, as well as requirements for your IIPP and your Emergency Action Plan ( EAP ).

Happy New Year from CSTC - Preparing for 2019

Posted by CSTC Staff
01 Jan 2019 09:00 AM

Happy New Year from CSTC. Here is a short video message ( with transcript ) from Owner / Founder of California Safety Training Corporation, Dr Ben Laverty III, and information about the upcoming year.

Happy Halloween - Enjoy your Halloween more with some safety tips

Posted by CSTC Staff
25 Oct 2018 04:36 PM

Halloween is an exciting time of year for kids and the whole family. Halloween will bring you lots of treats, but the joys of Halloween can also bring a lot more scary times than you might like. To ensure our friends family and community have a safe and happy Halloween, we wanted to share you a few safety tips, sources from American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). 

What do you do If OSHA (State or Federal) Shows up?

Posted by CSTC Staff
07 Sep 2018 09:00 AM

What to do and what to expect when a state or federal OSHA inspector shows up.

Office of Environmental Health Hazard enforcing new law changes to Proposition 65 August 30th, 2018

Posted by CSTC Staff
30 Aug 2018 09:00 AM

On August 30,2018 the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment will begin enforcing law changes to the Proposition 65 rules. Any business who exposes people to chemicals on the Prop 65 list without providing “clear and reasonable” warnings will be subject to citations and fines.  Three types of exposures require the warnings,  consumer product, occupational and environmental.   Areas where these Prop 65 chemicals are used are both rural and urban.  Agricultural pesticides, turf applications, ornamental, dyes that “set” the colors in carpet paints, glues are some examples. Active or inert ingredients that are on the Prop 65 list must be covered and documented.  

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