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Each year, emergency service workers including firefighters, police and EMT’s are required to attend annual recertification training on topics such as Bloodborne Pathogens, Hazardous Communications and Right-To Know. All Hands Fire offers this annual training, which can be provided in an evening or half day session. For pricing and to schedule a class, please contact us at [email protected].

bbpBloodborne Pathogens Training

Annual refresher training. Program provides information and awareness to reduce the risk of infection to emergency workers exposed to infected body fluids, tissue and equipment. This class meets the standards set forth in the Bloodborne Pathogens Standard (OSHA 1910.1030).




haz_comHazardous Communications

Annual refresher program provides hazardous chemical properties and information in the workplace. Program reviews HazMat programs, identifying labels and markers, material safety data sheets and more. Program complies with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200).




msdsRight To Know

This program trains fire, police, EMS and government workers on ways to identify the identity, characteristics and quantity of hazardous substances used and stored in their communities in order to adequately plan for and respond to emergencies. Refresher training is required every two years and must meet N.J.A.C. 8:59-6.




lock-outLock-Out / Tag-Out

Although not an annual requirement, All Hands Fire offers a training class on Lock-Out / Tag-Out. Emergency service workers sometimes are required to perform rescues and suppress fires involving machinery, electrical components, fuel fired equipment, etc. Responders can become hurt or killed by unexpected activation, live electrical sources, release of stored energy and similar situations.

Our Lock-Out / Tag-Out program provides recognition, procedures and practices for shutting down, properly securing and isolating equipment from energy sources. Proper action may prevent the release of hazardous and uncontrolled energy.




dfslogoNew Jersey Firefighters: http://www.state.nj.us/health/peosh/documents/ff_standards.pdf

Firefighters in New Jersey are required to maintain compliance with PEOSHA Subchapter 10. Specific to training, section 12:100-10.3(c)5 – The employer shall provide each member of the fire service training in hAZMAT Operations Level 1, Bloodbrone Pathogens, Incident Management System Training Orientation (I-100), and where applicable, Confined Space Entry Rescue Operations, Trench Rescue Operations and High Angle and Technical Rescue Rechniques. All training shall be consistent with the applicable PEOSHA Standard. And section 12:100-10.3(c)6 – The employer shall comply with the Hazardous Communications Standard, N.J.A.C. 12:100-7, and relevant parts of the New Jersey Worker and Community Right to Know Act.


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