Fall Protection: Meeting the USACE’s Requirements

Anyone who has worked at a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers project understands how much emphasis the corps places on safety. Fall protection offers a great example. Central to this effort are the specific training and retraining requirements for fall protection users, competent persons, and qualified persons. For example, beginning at the end of May, 2016, anyone serving as a fall protection competent person on a USACE project needs to have … [Read more...]

Jim Johnson March 29, 2016
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Telehandler Safety Train the Trainer

Telehandler Safety Train the Trainer Telehandler Safety Train the Trainer is an eight-hour course designed to provide experienced operators with the knowledge, skills, and resources needed to deliver effective initial and refresher training to your employees. It stresses the practical application of safe operating principles, load characteristics, and workplace hazards. The curriculum reflects all the training requirements listed in 29 CFR … [Read more...]

Jim Johnson December 13, 2016
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Forklift Safety Gallery

Forklift Safety Gallery D2000 Forklift Safety Gallery showcases some of our training classes. D2000 Safety provides expert training in forklift safety and telehandler safety. Forklift and telehandler safety classes can be taught at your location. To find out more follow this link to our Forklift/Telehandler class description page. … [Read more...]

Jim Johnson March 23, 2016
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Excavation Safety Gallery

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Jim Johnson March 3, 2016
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Fall Protection Gallery

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Jim Johnson March 2, 2016
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Forklift Safety Newsletter – October 2015 – Shutdown or Keep Working

Mission: Assist in the development of professional forklift operators. Forklift Problem: Shutdown/Repair or Keep Working Forklifts can exhibit little problems or big problems. When you have a problem with your equipment, should you keep working or shutdown and repair? Naturally it depends on the problem. If there’s a major issue the answer is obvious. But what about little stuff? What kinds of problems require removal from service according … [Read more...]

Bruce Hulberg November 6, 2015
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Confined Space Train the Trainer UPDATED!

For the last five or so years we have enjoyed considerable success with Version 3 of our Confined Space Entrant, Attendant, and Entry Supervisor curriculum. Nonetheless, we are excited to release Version 4.  On July 14-15, 2015 in Medford, Oregon we will be holding our first train-the-trainer seminar using Version 4 of our confined space training materials. This class is being held in association with the Southern Oregon Chapter of the ASSE … [Read more...]

Jim Johnson November 6, 2015
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Excavation Safety Competent Person (Basic)

Excavation Safety Competent Person (Basic) Many construction companies and public works departments require less training than our Excavation Safety Competent Person Mastery-level two-day classes provide because their digging projects only involve one or two types of protective systems and they are rarely digging deep excavations. To meet the learning needs of these students D2000 has developed an Excavation Safety Competent Person (Basic) … [Read more...]

Jim Johnson July 28, 2016
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Arizona Vortex Multipod, Complete

Arizona Vortex Multipod The new Arizona Vortex Multipod is the next evolution of the Arizona Vortex. Named the "Multipod" because of its flexibility, it has a two-piece break-apart head that can be rigged as a standard tripod, or in advanced applications, as an A-Fram, a sideways A-Frame, or a Gin Pole. The "easel" leg allows the tripod to be leaned to form an easel A-Frame, placing anchor points closer to the cliff or structure edge. With … [Read more...]

Jim Johnson March 23, 2016
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Yates Bucket Style Rope Bags (with shoulder straps)

Yates Bucket Style Rope Bags Yates Bucket Style Rope Bags (with shoulder straps) are constructed of heavy duty water resistant 1000 denier Cordura for years of rugged use. These Bucket Style Rope Bags have 2 inch nylon rolled webbing grab handles and shoulder straps. Yates Bucket Style Rope Bags are measured for 1/2 inch rope. All bags are available in blue, red, black, yellow, orange, terra, multi-camo( 15% price increase). Features: … [Read more...]

Jim Johnson August 1, 2016
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