MacDonald-Miller would like to recognize the graduates of our Occupational Health and Safety Act (OSHA) class listed below. This course covered thirty (30) hours of training, required by the OSHA that applies toward the 30-hour course completion card. The course is comprised of 25 sections and covers topics pertaining to regulations covered by WAC 296. The successful completion of this course will help meet the Construction Industry standards established by OSHA.
These graduates are now recognized by a number of our general contractors, and are a credit to MacDonald-Miller’s dedication to providing a safe workplace. With their completion cards, they qualify as a site safety coordinator by most General Contractors.
Please congratulate the following for successfully finishing the OSHA 30 course.
|Jason Coash||Jim Duccini||Tom Booth|
|Keith Anderson||Jason Gates||Dan Holland|
|Nicole Twaddell||Tristan Rynning||Dan McCartt|
|Bryan Vo||Ed Adams||Samuel Vert|
|Gary Larkin||Brian Shipley||Adam Klett|
|David Casias||Stewart Herzog||Jason Lougheed|
|Joe Daniels||Ryan Cruth|
These graduates endured 30 hours of training after a full day’s work. They deserve congratulations for the determination and integrity to sit through that much training, in addition to the busy schedules they keep every day. That kind of commitment to safety is commendable, and says a great deal about these graduates.
This course was taught by two OSHA 30 certified instructors, and additionally:
- Two different OSHA representatives,
- Our electrical administrator, Mike McGivern on Electrical Safety
- DBI SALA Fall Protection Specialist,
- Sunbelt representative/trainer on lifts,
- HILTI representative on HILTI tools,
- Welding specialists from Central Welding, and
- Ness Cranes Safety Director on Crane safety.