ADSC offers three safety training programs developed to give your company a proactive edge to safety. These programs will be facilitated by ADSC Director of Safety, Rick Marshall, at your location (office of jobsite). Safety programs for Contractor and Associate Members are $500/day plus travel and lodging. ADSC Regional Chapters should contact BD Smith (bdsmith@adsc-iafd.com) for rates. Consider one of the packages below, or a custom package can be created and tailored to your company and jobsite.

One-Day Program

Topics to fill an 8-hour day include:

  • Mock OSHA inspection*
  • Behavioral based safety assessments*
  • Qualified** rigger and signal person training (6 hours)
  • Basic Mobile Crane Safety (4 hours)
  • Basic Drilled Shaft Installation Safety (4 hours)
  • Basic Anchor & Micropile Installation Safety (4 hours)
  • Job Safety Hazard Analysis (2 hours)

Two-Day Program

Topics to fill 16 hours could include:

  • OSHA 10-Hour Construction Safety & Health specific to drilled shafts, micropiles and anchors
  • Mock OSHA inspection*
  • Behavioral based safety assessments*
  • Qualified** rigger and signal person training (6 hours)
  • Basic Mobile Crane Safety (4 hours)
  • Basic Drilled Shaft Installation Safety (4 hours)
  • Basic Anchor & Micropile Installation Safety (4 hours)
  • Job Safety Hazard Analysis (2 hours)

Four-Day Program

Topics to fill 32 hours could include:

  • OSHA 30-Hour Construction Safety & Health specific to drilled shafts, micropiles and anchors.
  • Mock OSHA inspection*
  • Behavioral based safety assessments*
  • Qualified** rigger and signal person training (6 hours)

*Inspections/Assessments will be completed on as many jobsite visits time will allow

**Rigging and signal person training is provided by the ADSC, however the Employer must issue a rigger/signal person qualification to the employee(s). The ADSC cannot qualify any student for attending any ADSC training program. OSHA 10 and 30 hour completion wallet cards shall be provided to those students attending the respective class. The ADSC can issue Certificates of Completion for all of their training programs offered.