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MPT's Florida Incident Response & Safety Training division specializes in training for industrial safety, marine terminal operations, fire-fighting, and chemical release response. Together with our parent organization, Maritime Professional Training, and in concert with our Marine Tech Fire Academy, we provide onshore and offshore industries with expert consulting and training methodologies designed to address your specific needs. Custom training solutions, procedural guidance, safety audits, and on-site evaluations are our specialty.
This course is designed to provide the participant with a knowledge of fire extinguishers and fire classifications, and what is the appropriate extinguisher to use. This is a hybrid course with practical application in live fire training evolutions using real extinguishers.
This course is intended to provide the necessary training and familiarity for persons working in industries with hazardous materials present. Emphasis is on placard recognition, hazard identification, and PPE. This course is intended to provide the necessary training and familiarity for persons working in industries with hazardous materials present. Emphasis is on placard recognition, hazard identification, and PPE.
Students will learn how to monitor a space for a variety of vapors, the hazards associated with ventilation and how to safely manage that process. Monitoring and recording of results, types of meters, and the PPE requirements are key subjects.
This class is designed for crew members that are assigned entrant, attendant, or supervisory duties onboard their vessel during tank inspection or confined space entry operations. This class reviews the hazards, equipment needed, duties and responsibilities, health effects, permits, and regulatory requirements to safely conduct Confined Space Entry Operations.
During this course, students will learn basic crane terminology and hand signals, rigging types, knots, and lifting equipment. This is a hands-on course with exercises using a variety of slings and lifting equipment and hydraulic cranes.
This course is designed to provide a core competence for a person to provide initial medical care to an emergency. Students will learn the ABCs of patient care, CPR techniques, and use of first aid equipment.
AEDs are becoming more and more common in the workplace. Training in the proper utilization of AEDs, limitations and features, and how to integrate them into your emergency response are all components of this course.
Personal Protective Equipment is the first line of defense in preventing personal injury. This course is designed to introduce students to the levels of PPE, the limitations and features, safe use, and care of PPE for a variety of situations.
Forklifts, whether they are onboard or shoreside, represent a serious risk if used incorrectly. This course discusses the safety hazards, inspections, checklists, operational safety, start up and use, stability, picking up and handling loads, tipping points and fulcrum, driving with a load, stacking and unstacking, inclines, storage, servicing, risk to pedestrians and by standers, and general safety. This course is a must for anyone assigned operational duties with a fork-lift.s
Emergency Action Plans are created to put into application the knowledge gained during classes. On-site evaluations, risk assessments, equipment availability, resources, level of training, and hazards are all components of an EAP. Our staff work with vessel operators and shoreside terminals to identify and create a viable plan that can be carried out by the personnel assigned by the company. Specific training and equipment recommendations may be made to better implement the plan and reduce the operational risks to the participants. We have completed EAPs as part of our Consulting and Analysis work, please contact us to discuss your particular needs.
Contact MPT to discuss how we can help you achieve a higher standard of safety and operations, continue the training beyond the classroom and maximize its value to your operation.