TOM GREY, CHCM is a highly skilled trainer and coach in employer and employee development of safety performance. He has over 28 years of hands on experience as a former plant manager, human resources manager and quality control manager in manufacturing, construction, distribution and trucking industries. Tom's manufacturing experience ranges from automotive, food processing and packaging, consumer products, public schools, city municipalities, construction and personal care products. As a trained Industrial Designer, Human Resources Generalist, Board Certified Hazard Control Manager (CHCM) and OSHA Outreach Trainer, Tom has developed skills in problem solving techniques, statistical process controls, analytical mapping, and human factors engineering (ergonomics). Tom has been trained in the STOP Program, Key Concept to Safety Program, OSHA Outreach OSHA 501 10 hour and 30 hour Train the Trainer Program. Tom is also authorized to instruct for the National Safety Education Center and the OSHA Training Institute on the OSHA 511 General Industry Course and OSHA 501 General Industry Train-the-Trainer Course
"Tom Grey of Grey & Associates provided our first round of crane training for certification and re-certification of operators. I found Tom's presentation to be thorough and entertaining. This wasn't just book learnin' either. Tom took time to go through different pieces of equipment and do hands-on stuff, too. He connected well with the co-workers. Many thanks go to Parkland College for hooking us up with Tom. --Bill T.; High Concrete Group, LLC
Aerial Lift Operator: Train-the-Trainer
Forklift Train the Trainer
Basic Extended Reach & Forklift
Basic Aerial Left and Scissor Lift
OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Outreach
OSHA 10-Hour Construction
OSHA 30-Hour Construction
Entry-level employees will learn about construction safety and health as it relates to OSHA with Tom Grey. Course topics include electrical, fall protection, personal protective and lifesaving equipment; materials handling, storage, use and disposal; tools, scaffolds, cranes, derricks, hoists and elevators and conveyors, stairways and ladders, and excavations. Successful participants receive and OSHA 10-hr Construction Industry Outreach Card.
Tue/Wed Sep 2 & 3
CIT 612 002Z
Deadline: Aug 26
Construction workers must receive additional training, when required by OSHA standards, on specific hazards of the job. Discover a comprehensive safety program designed for anyone involved in the construction industry, with Grey & Associates. Learn about managing your safety and health, the four hazards, materials handling, personal protective and life-saving equipment, and much more! Successful participants receive and OSHA 30-hr Construction Industry Outreach Card.
Develop your own in-house forklift trainer! Tom Grey will help you learn the best classroom training techniques, exciting teaching tools, and a step-by-step training program that will help you comply with OSHA training requirements. This is a hands-on course requiring students to drive a forklift. Forklift certification is not required to obtain your trainers certification.
Mon Oct 5
EST 700 001Z
Deadline: Sep 21
Grey & Associates will ensure that employees whose duties require them to instruct individuals on the operation of aerial lifts know and understand specific vehicles as well as evaluate others' ability to operate these vehicles. After completing this course, trainers should know and follow all aerial lift training operating procedures with regard to governmental and national consensus safety regulations and company policies.
EST 701 001Z
Learn how to safely and effectively operate a forklift truck with Grey & Associates. Upon completion of the course you will be familiar with the basic skill requirements and job safety knowledge required for safe and effective operation of a forklift. Discover and become familiar with the controls, daily checks, OSHA regulations, ANSI standards, center of gravity and stability factors, load capacity, accident statistics, and much more.
Mon Aug 31
WBT 313 003Z
Deadline: Aug 17
Learn how to effectively use aerial and scissor lifts with Grey & Associates. Review the specific vehicle types, discover and become familiar with the controls, daily check, OSHA regulations, ANSI standards, center of gravity and stability factors, load capacity, accident statistics, and much more.
Grey & Associates will examine a variety of OSHA General Industry safety and health standards as well as answer questions about OSHA procedures. Topics include electrical, walking/working surfaces, exit routes, emergency action plans, fire prevention and protection, personal protective equipment, flammable combustible liquids, machine guarding, hazard communication, introduction to industrial hygiene/ blood-borne pathogens/ergonomics, and safety and health.
Upon successful completion of this course, participants will receive an OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Outreach card.
MFT 612 001Z