Programs And Courses

 

Managing and maintaining a safe workplace is critical to employee and business success. Safety training programs can help organizations develop safe work practices at all levels and foster employee engagement. Quality improvement training pays off in financial results by eliminating waste and increasing productivity in the workplace. Employees who participate in safety and quality training can increase their base salary by up to 10%.

Please note: All classes may not be currently offered. If you are in need of a specific program, please refer to the contact information within that listing. We will be happy to assist you. Thank you!

This fully customizable class will help you and your organization create a program aligned to your workforce needs and organizational objectives. This class is designed collaboratively by reviewing your safety goals and objectives and then selecting training topics from our safety curriculum. Programs can range in size and scope to best meet your organization’s training needs and budget.

What classes are offered?


Top Five Critical Skills:

  1. Back Safety and Proper Lifting
  2. Fall Protection and Ladder Safety
  3. Ergonomics
  4. Lockout, Tagout
  5. Electrical Safety

Common topics include but are not limited to:

  • Back Safety and Proper Lifting
  • Bloodborne Pathogens
  • Chemical Safety Awareness
  • Construction Health Hazards
  • Cranes
  • Electrical Safety
  • Ergonomic Assessments
  • Ergonomics
  • Excavations
  • Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, Fire Prevention Plans and Fire Protection
  • Fall Protection
  • Hand and Finger Safety
  • Hand and Power Tools
  • Hazard Communication
  • Hazardous Materials
  • Hearing Conservation
  • Introduction to Industrial Hygiene
  • Job Safety/Hazard Analysis
  • Lockout, Tagout
  • Machine Guarding
  • Materials Handling
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Safety and Health Program
  • Scaffolds
  • Stairways and Ladders
  • Walking and Working Surfaces and Fall Protection

 

What can I do with Industry Safety in the workforce?


For individuals, safety training can be a resume builder, a chance to network, a bid for membership on the company’s safety committee and an opportunity to increase awareness and make a difference for yourself, your co-workers and your employer.

For employers, safety training pays off in measurable results by lowering insurance costs, lowering injuries and workers compensation claims and improving employee satisfaction and retention.

 

What are HACC’s classes like?


Our classes are dynamic and interactive. Most classes can be tailored to fit your goals. You will learn why safety is important, the rules and regulations for specific areas of work, how to spot hazards and take corrective actions and how to manage a safe workplace that will improve employee and business results.

 

 

Where are classes held?


HACC’s industry safety classes can be scheduled online or in-person at all HACC campuses* or employer locations.

 

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For more information:

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This class outlines the principles, methodologies and research that supports the implementation of a successful Behavioral Based Safety (BBS) culture within an organization. Whether your organization's goals are reducing accidents and associated costs or aligning your employee involvement and participation goals with your overall production objectives, BBS is a comprehensive organizational development approach to supporting your company’s safety culture and facilitating the change management process necessary to ensure success.

 

What can I do with Behavioral Based Safety in the workforce?


Safety training pays off in measurable results by lowering insurance costs, lowering injuries and worker compensation claims and improving employee satisfaction and retention.

 

What are HACC’s classes like?


Our classes are dynamic and interactive. Most classes can be tailored to fit your goals. You will learn why safety is important, the rules and regulations for specific areas of work, how to spot hazards and take corrective actions and how to manage a safe workplace that will improve employee and business results.
 

 

Where are classes held?


Classes can be scheduled at employer locations.
 

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For more information:

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This class provides training for workers and employers on the recognition, avoidance, abatement and prevention of safety and health hazards in workplaces in general industry. Both the 10- and 30-hour classes are open to everyone. The 10-hour class is recommended for entry-level workers in industries such as health care, factory operations, warehousing, manufacturing, storage and others. The 30-hour class is recommended for safety professionals and other employees involved with workplace safety.

 

What can I do with OSHA training in the workforce?


For individuals, OSHA training can be a resume builder, a chance to network, a bid for membership on the company’s safety committee and an opportunity to increase awareness and make a difference for yourself, your co-workers and your employer. All students who successfully complete the class receive an OSHA-10 wallet card.

For employers, safety training pays off in measurable results by lowering insurance costs, lowering injuries and worker compensation claims and improving employee satisfaction and retention.

 

What are HACC’s classes like?


Our classes are taught by authorized OSHA instructors. Sessions are dynamic and interactive. You will learn why safety is important, the rules and regulations for specific areas of work, how to spot hazards and take corrective actions and how to manage a safe workplace that will improve employee and business results.

 

Where are classes held?


HACC’s OSHA outreach classes can be scheduled online or in-person at all HACC campuses* or employer locations.
 

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Kaizen is a continuous process improvement philosophy that promotes constant improvement by monitoring business processes to quickly adjust. Kaizen involves people at all levels of the organization. This course provides individuals with an awareness of the philosophy and the Kaizen approach and tools. Effectively applying the Kaizen philosophy and tools can significantly improve value-added productivity and reduce waste and associated costs.

 

What can I do with Kaizen in the workforce?


For individuals, quality improvement training can be a resume builder, a chance to network and an opportunity to advance. The skills and knowledge from this training can reduce waste and enhance productivity for you, your co-workers and your employer.

For employers, quality improvement training pays off in financial results by eliminating waste, increasing productivity and improving quality.

 

What are HACC’s classes like?


Our classes are taught by enthusiastic and passionate instructors. All quality classes are dynamic and interactive. You will learn why quality is important, the tools and techniques used to spot waste, the methods employed to analyze and brainstorm solutions and the tactical measures you can take to maximize your impact on quality.
 

 

Where are classes held?


HACC’s industry quality classes can be scheduled online or in-person at all HACC campuses* or employer locations.
 

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For more information:

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This interactive class is designed to empower participants in making manufacturing a viable, competitive force. Participants will learn how to reduce lead time, improve quality and understand the various forms of waste in a production system. Additionally, students will discover the secrets to standardizing by learning the 5-S system. The program is delivered by tackling real-life challenges in smaller workgroups so students can learn first-hand the nature of group dynamics and facilitating change.

 

What can I do with Lean Manufacturing and 5-S in the workforce?


For individuals, quality improvement training can be a resume builder, a chance to network and an opportunity to advance. The skills and knowledge from this training can reduce waste and enhance productivity for you, your co-workers and your employer.

For employers, quality training pays off in financial results by eliminating waste, increasing productivity and improving quality.

 

What are HACC’s classes like?


Our classes are taught by enthusiastic and passionate instructors. All quality classes are dynamic and interactive. You will learn why quality is important, the tools and techniques used to spot waste, the methods employed to analyze and brainstorm solutions and the tactical measures you can take to maximize your impact on quality.

 

Where are classes held?


HACC’s industry quality classes can be scheduled online or in-person at all HACC campuses* or employer locations.

Register


For more information:

Phone icon Green 717-221-1338 Mail Icon Green HACCmfg@hacc.edu

This workshop is recommended for organizations and individuals interested in learning how to identify and permanently correct the underlying and often overlooked elements behind recurring issues. If your organization values customers and customer satisfaction, this workshop is essential. The sessions will help participants understand how to use six fundamental problem-solving tools. At the conclusion of this course, the participants will be ready to participate in root-cause and corrective-action initiatives.

 

What can I do with Root Cause Analysis/Effective Problem Solving in the workforce?


For individuals, quality improvement training can be a resume builder, a chance to network and an opportunity to advance. The skills and knowledge from this training can reduce waste and enhance productivity for you, your co-workers and your employer.

For employers, quality training pays off in financial results by eliminating waste, increasing productivity and improving quality.

 

What are HACC’s classes like?


Our classes are taught by enthusiastic and passionate instructors. All quality classes are dynamic and interactive. You will learn why quality is important, the tools and techniques used to spot waste, the methods employed to analyze and brainstorm solutions and the tactical measures you can take to maximize your impact on quality.

 

Where are classes held?


HACC’s industry quality classes can be scheduled online or in-person at all HACC campuses* or employer locations.

Register


For more information:

Phone icon Green 717-221-1338 Mail Icon Green HACCmfg@hacc.edu

Yellow Belt

In this program, students learn the very basics of the Lean Six Sigma methodology so they can act as support staff members to Green, Black and Master Black Belts, or begin their journey towards a leaner, more efficient manufacturing system. Students will become vital team members of an organization’s production process. As a Yellow Belt, employees will have the ability to review, analyze and suggest improvements for projects employing basic Six Sigma methodology.

After completing this certification course, participants will be able to implement the full gamut of Lean tools, utilize flexible problem-solving techniques, and prevent problems before they happen.

 

Green Belt

A Lean Six Sigma Green Belt is a professional trained in Lean Six Sigma methodologies and tools, who is capable of implementing and sustaining high-impact projects. A Green Belt should dedicate 20% of their time to developing improvement initiatives and leading project teams.

In this program, which includes an optional certification exam, you will learn gain the knowledge and skills necessary to identify, create and lead projects using the DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control) problem-solving methodology. Certified Green Belts will have a solid understanding of the daily practices and behaviors needed to support a continuous improvement culture and facilitate processes in all areas of an organization.

Successful completion of an optional assessment test is required for Green Belt certification.

 

Black Belt

The Six Sigma Black Belt is a dedicated professional who is highly trained and experienced in advanced Lean Six Sigma methodologies and tools, who routinely works on implementing and sustaining complex, high-impact projects. As a certified Black Belt and organizational transformation facilitator, a Black Belt should dedicate one-third of their time or more to developing improvement initiatives and leading project teams while providing training and mentoring.

During this certification program, you will learn advanced Lean Six Sigma tools, expert problem-solving methodology and the coaching and leadership skills needed to help any organization achieve direct, quantifiable and substantial cost savings.

Successful completion of the required assessment test is mandatory for Black Belt certification.

 

What can I do with Six Sigma in the workforce?


For individuals, quality improvement training can be a resume builder, a chance to network and an opportunity to advance. The skills and knowledge from this training can reduce waste and enhance productivity for you, your co-workers and your employer.

For employers, quality training pays off in financial results by eliminating waste, increasing productivity and improving quality.

 

What are HACC’s classes like?


Our classes are taught by enthusiastic and passionate instructors. All quality classes are dynamic and interactive. You will learn why quality is important, the tools and techniques used to spot waste, the methods employed to analyze and brainstorm solutions and the tactical measures you can take to maximize your impact on quality.

 

Where are classes held?


HACC’s industry quality classes can be scheduled online or in-person at all HACC campuses* or employer locations.
 

Register


For more information:

Phone icon Green 717-221-1338 Mail Icon Green HACCmfg@hacc.edu

The class will consist of an interactive presentation and various group exercises that teach students how statistics and SPC can and cannot be used in various scenarios. The class will cover the origins of quality control, how SPC developed and how it continues to innovate manufacturing and production processes today.

 

What can I do with Statistical Process Control in the workforce?


For individuals, quality improvement training can be a resume builder, a chance to network and an opportunity to advance. The skills and knowledge from this training can reduce waste and enhance productivity for you, your co-workers and your employer.

For employers, quality training pays off in financial results by eliminating waste, increasing productivity and improving quality.

 

What are HACC’s classes like?


Our classes are taught by enthusiastic and passionate instructors. All quality classes are dynamic and interactive. You will learn why quality is important, the tools and techniques used to spot waste, the methods employed to analyze and brainstorm solutions and the tactical measures you can take to maximize your impact on quality.

 

Where are classes held?


HACC’s industry quality classes can be scheduled online or in-person at all HACC campuses* or employer locations.

Register


For more information:

Phone icon Green 717-221-1338 Mail Icon Green HACCmfg@hacc.edu

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Testimonials

“The instructor tied in a lot of personal stories from his career or known stories from colleagues that helped put things in perspective.”

– Manufacturing Company, Chambersburg, PA

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– Human Resources Manager, Manufacturing Company


 

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