CBI's Safety Vision: Finish each day injury and incident free
Our Safety Philosophy Statement:
Cliff Berry, Inc. (CBI) is committed to conducting business in a manner that protects the environment, the health and safety of our employees, customers, contractors and the public. To ensure that environmental, health and safety management is integrated into all our our business activities, Cliff Berry, Inc. will:
- Advise each manager, supervisor, employee and contractor of his or her responsibilities and regularly measured performance.
- Comply fully with all applicable laws and regulations.
- Design and operate facilities using the practices necessary to protect human health and the environment.
- Assess risks before starting a new activity.
- Provide training to protect our employees and the environment.
40-Hour Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) Training
This course is applicable to personnel that is involved in cleanup activities at waste sites, including Superfund sites, RCRA corrective action sites, or voluntary cleanups involving hazardous substances. Candidates must have 40 hours of initial classroom instruction. Satisfy your training requirements with this comprehensive training course covering how to perform emergency response activities including: hazard recognition, spill control and containment. Waste site activities including site characterization, waste handling and decontamination. This training course fulfills the 40 Hour HAZWOPER OSHA training requirements of 29 CFR 1910.120 (e) (3) (i) including operations at sites covered by the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act and at controlled hazardous waste sites.
8 Hour HAZWOPER Refresher Training
The Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) rule regulates emergency response to hazardous substances Section 1910.120 (e) (8) of the rule requires employees to obtain refresher training annually to keep their 40-Hour OSHA HAZWOPPER training current. All emergency response employees, with exception of skilled support personnel, are required to have annual refresher training of sufficient duration and content to maintain their competencies. This 8-hour refresher course satisfies the annual training requirements. Proof of prior certification must be submitted prior to course registration.
8 Hour HAZWOPER Supervisor Training
This comprehensive training course is designed for supervisors responsible for employees working at hazardous waste sites. This training course meets the training requirements of 29 CFR 1910.120 (e) (4).During this training course, the student will learn how to develop a company’s health and safety program, personal protective equipment program, spill containment program, and health hazard monitoring procedures and techniques. Training will include a combination of classroom instruction, group interaction and hands-on demonstration. Current proof of certification from a 40 Hour Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response training course is required.
Hazardous Materials Handling Certification for DOT 49 CFR Transportation Regulations
The Department of Transportation Docket HM-126F (49 CFR 172.700) makes training mandatory for almost anyone who manages or handles hazardous materials, regardless of the amount. This includes employees who select or fill hazardous materials packages, label containers, fill out shipping papers, load or unload vehicles, move hazardous materials, or operate transportation vehicles. This training course meets the requirements of 49 CFR dockets HM-181 (E) (G), HM-126, HM-215B and HM207D.
Confined Space Entry
The Confined Space Entry course is designed to keep entrants or those working around confined spaces safe. Are your employees working in or around tanks, trenches, pipelines or marine vessels? If so, they may be working in spaces that OSHA considers “confined” spaces because those spaces can limit their ability to move freely in and out and are not designed for continuous occupancy. These spaces are large enough to enter but employees sometimes do not recognize the hazards associated with entry. Confined spaces might include tanks, tankers, rail cars, storage containers, silos, pits, underground vaults, pipelines, barges, boilers, exhaust stacks and marine vessel tanks. To each confined space the question expands to whether your employees are exposed or have the potential to be exposed to a hazardous atmosphere, or does the space present a configuration or engulfment hazard that could trap or asphyxiate an entrant, or does the space have any other recognizable hazards. If so, the space is a permit-required confined space requiring additional scrutiny and safety protocols, equipment or procedures. Employees satisfactorily completing the Confined Space Entry course will meet the requirements of OSHA standard 29 CFR 146 and will be able to identify confined spaces and permit-required confined spaces, and apply atmospheric monitoring, engineering and administrative controls, and PPE selection principles to work safely & compliantly in confined spaces.