Whether your needs are great or small; whether your concerns involve safety, health or environmental regulations; whether you require ongoing services or occasional assistance for in-house staff; whatever your needs, the Lamb Group is your sole source for customized, site-specific, compliance programs and services.



Hazmat Technician (Site-specific Course ... 24 hours)

This service is for individuals who respond to releases of hazardous substances for the purpose of stopping the release. It covers all of the requirements of both levels of first response plus hazard risk assessment, use of respirators and personal protective equipment, command structure, decontamination procedures and specific operating procedures to control and cleanup a spill.

On-Scene Incident Commander (Site-specific Course ... 8 hours)

This service is designed for those persons who will assume command and control of incidents beyond the first response. As a prerequisite, candidates must have successfully completed Level 3 training. This course covers the actions to implement the specific Incident Command System, including the employer's Emergency Response Plan. Students are taught to assess the hazards associated with employees working in chemical protection clothing and emphasize the importance of decontamination.


  Respiratory Protection

Introduction to Respiratory Protection (General Course)

Designed for those responsible for developing and implementing a respiratory protection program in their plants, this service provides an overview of respiratory hazards. With reference to the standard, the service discusses selection, proper use and limitations of respirators, procedures for issuing respirators, procedures for inspecting, maintaining, cleaning and storing respirators. Also covered are the requirements for medical fitness, fit testing and the forms for ensuring proper record keeping.

Respirator Fit Testing (General Course)

This seminar and workshop, recommended for those responsible for respirator fit testing, covers the rational and pitfalls of fit testing as well as practical procedures for qualitative fit testing.

Use and Care of Respirators (Site-specific Course)

This service is designed for all persons required to wear respirators in the course of their job. A clear and simple description of your policies and procedures will be provided, with specific attention addressed to the respirators selected for use in your plant. Students will be shown how to adjust the respirator for proper fit. Practice of both negative and positive fit tests will be provided. Students will also be shown how to inspect, care for, clean and maintain their respirators.


  Hearing Conservation

In-Plant Hearing Conservation (Site-specific)

This service helps those persons who may be exposed to noise hazards understand the Hearing Conservation Program. It covers how noise-Induced hearing loss occurs and the procedures to prevent it, including administrative and engineering controls, and the proper use and care of personal hearing protection. This course outlines the benefits of regular audiometric testing.


  Control of Hazardous Energy

Control of Hazardous Energy (General Course)

This service provides an awareness of OSHA's lockout/tagout standard, covering the types of hazardous energy sources, general procedures for isolating equipment under maintenance or repair, use of lockout/tagout devices, group lockout procedures, verification of safe conditions and steps for restarting machinery or equipment.

Lockout/Tagout Procedures (Site-specific Course)

This service follows up on the introductory information provided in Control of Hazardous Energy (a prerequisite). Referring to your written Energy Control Plan, this service covers the specific procedures for lockout/ragout of the machinery and equipment covered in your plan. Students are given the opportunity to practice the procedures on equipment they will be using.


  Hazard Communications

Hazards in Your Workplace (Site-specific Course)

This service is designed to teach general industry workers how to recognize hazardous materials in the workplace and what actions are required to ensure safe work procedures. Students will be shown how to properly read information from Material Safety Data Sheets and labels, and how to recognize hazards. Requirements for safe handling and personal protective equipment will be covered. Emergency procedures will be discussed as well as how to recognize the symptoms of exposure.


  Powered Industrial Trucks

Industrial Truck Safety Awareness (General Course)

This introductory service provides an overview of OSHA's requirements for safe operation of powered industrial trucks, including a written test to assess student understanding of safety procedures.