OSHA Safety Training Muscle Shoals AL
OSHA Safety Training serving in Muscle Shoals AL
Bermac location at Birmingham, AL
OSHA Safety Training classes for companies in Muscle Shoals AL
• Aerial & Scissor Lift
• Confined Space
• Crane Rigger & Signal
• Excavation & Trenching
• Fall Protection
• Fire Safety
• First Aid, CPR & Bloodborne Pathogens
• GHS/Hazard Communication
• HAZWOPER 24-Hour
• HAZWOPER 40-Hour
• HAZWOPER Supervisor 8-Hour
• Machine Guarding
• OSHA 10-Hour for Construction
• OSHA 10-Hour for General Industry
• OSHA 30-Hour for Construction
• OSHA 30-Hour for General Industry
• Powered Industrial Truck (Forklift)
• Respiratory Protection
• Respirable Crystalline Silica
• Workplace Violence
Our mission is to provide a high engagement, interactive, safety and health learning experience for our clients.
We offer a unique training atmosphere that is tailored to our hands-on approach in a comfortable setting. Our technology and safety equipment library allows our instructors to mimic real life situations, including product demonstrations.
Our research and experience have shown that students enjoy and retain material best when they are active participants in the training experience. This is why we focus on highly involved and interactive training.
Bermac Instructors have over 45 years combined time operating and instructing forklift safety classes.
Weather you are an experienced operator or a new operator Bermac’s course is applicable to rough terrain forklifs and powered industrial trucks. Beginners will acquire a wealth of information and experienced operators will reinforce their knowledge of safe operating procedures. After taking the Bermac forklift operators safety course you will be able to put your new knowledge and your current experience together to become an even better operator. Our ultimate objective is to make you a safer operator and reduce the risk of accident or injury with the necessary knowledge and skills as required by OSHA.
Bermac Safety understands the day-to-day activities of your employees on the road, on a jobsite, and in company vehicles. We will meet your needs with energetic trainers who can find common ground with your employees to make their training experience relatable and comfortable.
Other services that Bermac provides for companies in Muscle Shoals AL
- OSHA Safety Consulting
- Facility and Jobsite Safety Assessments
- Written Health and Safety Programs
- Safety Staffing
- OSHA Citation Defense
- Workers Compensation Claims Management
- ISNetworld, Browz and Avetta Compliance Assistance
- Lockout/Tagout Procedure Development & Annual Review
- Activity Hazard Analysis
- Hearing Conservation
- Job Safety Analysis
- Site Specific Safety Plan
- Contractor Prequalification
Muscle Shoals City, Alabama
Muscle Shoals is the largest city in Colbert County, Alabama, United States. It is located along the Tennessee River in the northern part of the state and, as of the 2010 census, the population of Muscle Shoals was 13,146. The estimated population in 2019 was 14,575.
Both the city and the Florence-Muscle Shoals Metropolitan Area (including four cities in Colbert and Lauderdale counties) are commonly called “the Shoals”.Northwest Alabama Regional Airport serves the Shoals region, located in the northwest section of the state.
Since the 1960s, the city has been known for music. Local studios and artists developed the “Muscle Shoals Sound”, including FAME Studios in the late 1950s and Muscle Shoals Sound Studio in 1969. They produced hit records that shaped the national and international history of popular music.
Due to its strategic location along the Tennessee River, Muscle Shoals had long been territory of historic Native American tribes. In the late 18th and early 19th centuries, as Europeans entered the area in greater number, it became a center of historic land disputes. The new state of Georgia had ambitions to anchor its western claims (to the Mississippi River) by encouraging European-American development here, but that project did not succeed.
In 1922 Muscle Shoals was the site of an attempted community development project by Henry Ford, noted Michigan entrepreneur of the automobile industry. He wanted to take over a dam and other infrastructure built by the War Department but did not like the terms offered. Due to Ford’s influence in the area, some streets were named after streets in Detroit, Michigan. As in Detroit, Woodward Avenue is the name of the main road through the city. Henry Ford conceived of a 75-mile industrial corridor from Decatur, Alabama to the tri-state border of Pickwick Lake.