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COCA plans OSHA 30-hour Industry Safety & Health Training Course

COLLINSVILLE — COCA, the Council of Owners and Construction Associates, Inc., is planning an OSHA 30-hour General Industry Safety & Health Training Course (29CFR 1910).

It will take place Nov. 6 and 7 and Nov. 13 and 14, a full four-day course, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day.

It will be conducted at the American Allied Safety Council, 100 Lanter Court, Collinsville.

Lead instructors are Jimmy Tempus and J.W. Terrill.

The course fee is $600 per individual. The fee includes all instructions, handout materials, continental breakfast and lunch. Break refreshments will be available all day as well. Students will receive a certificate of completion from AASC as well as an OSHA issued completion card. Each participant is required to attend all four-days of class to qualify for the completion certificate issued by AASC and the OSHA certification card.

Existing AASC users can register for this class, by going to the American Allied Safety Council website at Under the AASC tab follow the normal registration process. New AASC customers can register by calling Tamara Burnett at the American Allied Safety Council at (618) 344-1591. Registrations are taken on a “first come, first served” basis.

Cancellations must be received no later than Thursday, Oct. 30.

The program is a mixture of lecture and roundtable discussion using various forms of audio/visual aids and handouts. The materials include an OSHA General Industry pocket guide as well as an electronic copy of the daily presentations.

This course is recommended for shop floor personnel, foremen, general foremen, maintenance supervisors, superintendents, safety supervisors, and engineers who are involved in maintenance projects.

At the conclusion of the program, all attendees who successfully complete the training will receive a completion certificate from the AASC in addition to an OSHA issued wallet-sized completion card.

Call the American Allied Safety Council office at (618) 344-1591 for additional information.

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