Powerskills For Life

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Powerskills for Life: OSHA & Electrical Safety Experts

As many of you know I was nominated for a 2010 Business Excellence Award.  It is an honor to have been nominated.  Thanks to all who voted!

Working with high voltage electricity is an extremely dangerous profession. Many things can go wrong including human error. The more skills we possess the more powerful we are on the job.   Ask this question: “IS GOOD ENOUGH, SAFE?” The answer is, “No”.

 

Powerskills for Life (PS4L) strives to improve workplace safety and performance through OSHA Safety Training workshops and Safety Consulting services. Ensuring your workplace is electrically safe is not only a smart investment; it’s also the law.  Please view our Capability Statement here.

PS4L is a unique company with real-world, hands-on experience in solving the types of safety concerns facing your business. Working closely with you, we improve your safety systems and operations as well as your bottom line.

 

 

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I am plunging for a group formally named "Merrimack Special Needs Youth Group", but it is informally called the "Merrimack Friars".  We are a parent and volunteer led organization with 55 members and an annual budget of $10,000.  Last year it cost more than $3,000 just to send our members to the Winter Special Olympics.  Most of our members participate in the Special Olympics Games but are on fixed incomes and can't afford the fees.  We use your donation to assist our membership to participate in these games as well as social functions that give them something to do, friends to do it with, and a place to go.  One Hundred Percent (100%) of the donations we receive go toward our members!  Thank you for your contribution.  No matter the amount we cherish your thoughtfulness.

Thanks so very much,

Patty

 

PS4L is a certified DBE, WBE, VOSB & WOSB with NH DOT, WBENC and NWBOC.  Powerskills for Life is a “Certified Women Owned Business”.

 

 

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Electrical Safety Training Programs

Ensuring your workplace is electrically safe is not only a smart investment; it’s also the law. 

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Safety Training Consulting

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OSHA Training Programs

OSHA 10 & 30-Hour Courses in Maritime, Construction and General Industries. 

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Workshop: Construction Safety OHSA Outreach (10 hours)

This is an in-depth OSHA certification course for the construction industry. Students will review the current OSHA standards in 29CFR 1926 and 29CFR 1910, which apply to the construction industry. Special emphasis is placed on those areas that are the most hazardous, using OSHA standards as a guide. The students will be trained on the following topics; Introduction to OSHA, Hazard Communication, Personal Protective Equipment, Fire Protection & Prevention, Electrical Hazards, Tools- Hand & Power, Scaffolding, Floors/Wall Openings/Ladders, Fall Protection, and Excavations. Students will also receive a certificate of completion from the Department of Labor, OSHA.

workshop: Industrial Safety OSHA Outreach (10 hours)

This is an in-depth OSHA certification course for the general industry segment, such as industrial shops, automotive shops and manufacturing organizations. Students will review the current OSHA standards in 29CFR 1910, which apply to the industry. Special emphasis is placed on those areas that are the most hazardous, using OSHA standards as a guide. The students will be trained on the following topics; Introduction to OSHA, Hazard Communication, Ergonomics, Personal Protective Equipment, Fire Protection/Egress, Electrical Hazards, Hazardous Materials, Walking & Working Surfaces, Material Handling, and Machine Guarding/Lockout Tagout. Students will also receive a certificate of completion from the Department of Labor, OSHA.