Safety is more than the condition of being protected against failure, damage, error, accidents, or harm.


Safety is a way of Life!

AIDT offers you the chance to see what OSHA might see if they visit your facility.

With AIDT’s help, you can correct any problems before OSHA arrives and avoid costly fines—and more importantly, ensure the safety of your employees.

Our industrial safety assessments include opening and closing conferences with management, full facility walkthroughs, records review, employee interviews, and recommendations referenced to the applicable OSHA standards. We provide all the information and resources you need to meet OSHA training requirements.

More than that, we provide training and connect you with other resources needed to correct any safety hazards at your facility — before it’s too late.

AIDT staff are authorized by the U.S. Department of Labor’s OSHA Training Institute to conduct comprehensive programs through the OSHA Outreach Training Program.

AIDT offers 10-hour courses in general industry safety and health standards. Your employees receive OSHA-issued cards following completion of each program.

Topics covered include, but are not limited to:

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This training program is intended to provide entry-level general industry workers information about employees’ rights and employer responsibilities. The training covers a variety of general industry safety and health hazards, which a worker may encounter. It is also designed to give general awareness of rules, responsibilities, and procedures for working safely.

Mandatory Curriculum

  • Introduction to OSHA
  • Walking/Working Surfaces
  • Fire Protection (Emergency Action Plans, Exit Routes)
  • Electrical Safety
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Hazard Communication


  • Material Handling, Storage, Use and Disposal
  • Machine Guarding
  • Confined Space Entry
  • Control of Hazardous Energy  (Lock out/Tag out)
  • Ergonomics
  • Industrial Hygiene/Bloodborne Pathogens
  • Safety and Health Programs
  • Fall Protection

This course will cover the safety, balance, stability and capacity of a powered lift truck. Participants will review the requirements and practices of operating a lift truck in a safe environment. Objectives include: Learning how to properly and safely operate a powered lift truck, cover the terminology associated with life truck operation, learning different hazards associate with lift trucks, understanding and performing pre-operational inspection.

  • Operator Training (Card Issued)
  • Lift Truck Basics
  • Balance, Stability, and Capacity
  • Pre-operational Inspection
  • Rules of the Road
  • Safely Handling a Load
  • LP, Gas/Diesel, and Battery Refueling

American Red Cross CPR training classes give you the information and the skills you need to help during medical emergencies.

  • Checking an Injured or Ill Adult
  • Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Training (CPR)
  • AED
  • Conscious Choking
  • Controlling External Bleeding
  • Operator/Equipment Hazard Assessment
  • Means of Egress (Related to Fire)
  • Fire Drills/Alarm Systems
  • Employee Responsibilities
  • Implementation of Plan Training
  • Hazard Recognition (Exits and Routes)
  • Identification of Specific OSHA Standards
  • Recommendation of Options and Resources for Abatement
  • Identification of Specific Criteria for Abatement

Practical Hands-On (estimated time 4-6 hours)

Crane Inspections

  • Pre operational inspection

Hands-On Course

Classroom Outline (estimated time 4-5 hours)

Sources, Standards, and Regulations

  • OSHA
  • ANSI
  • ASME
  • CMAA

Classes and Types of Cranes

Bridge Crane Components

Crane Accessories

  • Controllers
  • Below-The-Hook Devices
  • Wire Rope

Crane Inspections

Standard Hand signals

Safe Crane Operations

  • Know the Safe Working Load
  • Primary Danger Zone
  • Side Pulls
  • Never Hoist Loads Over People’s head
  • Testing Upper limit Switch

General Rules

  • Handling Trolley Travel Motion
  • Handling Hoist Motion
  • Securing the Crane

Rigging (basic)

  • Terms
  • Evaluating the Load
  • Load Center of Gravity
  • Capacity of Rigging



For further information, or to request AIDT’s services, please contact: