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Wilmington, NC (Map)
Wed & Fri7:00am *
Tue-Fribegins at 8am
Charleston, SC (Map)
Mon & Wed7:30am *
Mon-Thubegins at 9am
High Point, NC (Map)
Thubegins at 8am
Thu begins at 8amFri following BOP
Chocowinity, NC (Map)
Monbegins at 8am
Mon following BOP-RTue following BOP
* BOP classes begin 30 minutes after listed start times. Late students will be not be admitted after class begins.
Class Rates and Durations
Training Center Locations & Maps
MASC Regional Annual Safety Metric (pop-up)
Prequalification Form -Contractor Access (new window)
Prequalification Form -Owner Site Access (new window)
Student Records (SORT) Login (new window)
BOP Study Guide (PDF)
Sample Test Questions for BOP (PDF)
One Page Outline of BOP (PDF)
BOP Coverage of OSHA Standards (PDF)
Credit Card Authorization Form (PDF)
This form is also available for download as a printable Adobe PDF file.
SURVEY - PAGE 1 of 5
Should Basic Plus training be offered in languages other than English?
If yes, which language(s)?
How many employees per month would need this training?
Should Site Specific training be offered in languages other than English?
If yes, which language(s) and which site(s)?
Should training be scheduled regularly on weekends (for example, 1st or 2nd Saturday or Sunday) of each month?
If yes, what day(s) would be preferred?
Would you be interested in training a group of employees (minimum 10) at your location (within 200 miles of North Charleston, SC), with your company paying travel expenses?
Does your company have a review/qualification process for contractors?
SURVEY - PAGE 2 of 5
Does your company have a training department?
Does your company receive value from having several industrial plants consolidate their basic safety requirements into one common course offered by MASC?
Would your company receive value if there were a common contractor review (qualification) process that was shared by the area plants that participate in MASC?
Does your company use outside sources (ie, consultants/contractors) to conduct safety training?
What kinds of training?
Would your company be interested in having a third party conduct:
Confidential job site safety audits?
Confidential procedure review?
Confidential training record review?
SURVEY - PAGE 3 of 5
Should MASC compile a directory of contractor companies that are MASC members?
If yes, should this directory include the services that your company provides?
Should it include safety performance statistics (EMR and/or OSHA Incident Rate)?
If a contractor directory were compiled, should it be included on the MASC web site?
Should such a directory be available only to MASC members?
Would you or a representative of your company be willing to serve on a MASC committee for such issues as curriculum development and/or other issues?
If yes, please provide contact information (name or company name, phone) and any particular interests.
SURVEY - PAGE 4 of 5
Would your company benefit if MASC offered any of the following regulatory training and/or services at affordable rates?
Substance abuse testing
Respirator fit testing (your company provides the respirators)
Resp. protection medical evaluation processed by MASC
Resp. protection training tailored to your company's needs
Basic first aid training
Confined space entry (supervisors, attendants, entrants)
Confined space attendants (hole watchers) only
Combined fire watch/hole watch
Energy isolation (lockout/tagout)
Fall protection (your company provides exact equipment)
OSHA 10 Hour training tailored to your company's needs
Scaffold user training
SURVEY - PAGE 5 of 5
Hazardous waste operations (HAZWOPER) training
Forklift training (at your location, on your equipment)
Your company's new hire orientation
Your company's chemical operator training
Your company's boiler operator training
Your company's training
Training for managers, supervisors, office workers, or others
Process safety management training
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