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Safety Instructor

Company: FAR Government, Inc.
Location: Camp Lejeune
Posted on: January 16, 2022

Job Description:

Job Description:

Sanford Federal, Inc. (SANFORD) headquartered in Stafford, VA., is a premier, Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business that provides federal professional services, primarily engaged in providing advanced information technology, cyber security, management systems support, as well as business and infrastructure management services.

We are among the most innovative, respected, and ethical providers of technology solutions to the United States government. Our mission is to provide superior-quality, innovative, information technology solutions that help federal agencies best aid, serve, and protect the American people.

Job Details:

Position Category: Safety Instructor

  • Schedule: Monday to Friday 8:00am to 16:00p.m.
  • Type: Full time.

    Job Summary:

    Experience/ Education:

    The Candidate should have:
    • Successfully completed OSHA #2045 Machinery and Machine Guarding Standards or equivalent training.
    • At least a four (4) year baccalaureate degree and at least five (5) years of professional experience in safety and occupational health (OSH, machinery and machine guarding or any combination thereof).
    • A minimum of three (3) years of formal machinery and machine guarding teaching/instructor experience.
    • A minimum of three (3) years of formal teaching experience.
    • (One year's worth of teaching experience equates to a minimum of 160 hours of classroom training time per 12-month period.)
    • At least one (1) year of experience teaching DoD or U.S. Coast Guard personnel.

      Duties and Responsibilities:

      The Candidate should:
      • Provide a Program of study development of Sanford federal's Machinery and Machine Guarding Safety Course.
      • Deliver accurate course information to students in a professional manner.
      • Deliver the course to students during dates and in locations that will be determined by Sanford Federal, inc. After being approved.
      • Conduct a minimum of (3) courses, each course being (4) days long with a (32) hour total duration and each class being (4) hours long in the period of 12 months. With The average class size being approximately 30 students. Each course requires one (1) qualified instructor.
      • Develop a Machinery and Machine Guarding Safety Course.

        Outline of Instruction:

        Lesson Topic 1.0 Administration Time

        Lesson Topic 2.0 General Machinery Requirements

        2.1 Introduction

        2.2 Requirements for all Machines

        2.3 Metal-working Machines

        Lesson Topic 3.0 Woodworking Machinery Requirements

        3.1 Introduction

        3.2 Typical Mishap Situations

        3.3 Overview of Standards

        3.4 Saws

        3.5 Joiners and Planers

        3.6 Tenoning Machines

        3.7 Boring and Mortising Machines

        3.8 Wood shapers and Similar Equipment

        3.9 Woodworking Lathes

        3.10 Sanding Machines

        3.11 Veneer Cutters and Wringers

        3.12 Miscellaneous Woodworking Machines

        3.13 Inspection and Maintenance

        Lesson Topic 4.0 Abrasive Wheel Machinery

        4.1 Introduction

        4.2 Safeguarding Requirements

        4.3 Flanges

        4.4 Inspection and Mounting Wheels

        Lesson Topic 5.0 Mills and Calendars in the Rubber and Plastics Industries

        5.1 Introduction

        5.2 Mill Safety Controls

        5.3 Calendar Safety Controls

        5.4 Protection by Location

        5.5 Trip and Emergency Switches

        5.6 Stopping Limits

        Lesson Topic 6.0 Mechanical Power Presses: OSHA Directive Number STD 1-12-021; 29

        CFR 1910.217 Mechanical Power Presses Classification; OSHA Directive

        Number STD 01-12-124; Clarification and Interpretation of 29 CFR

        1910.217 Mechanical Power presses as it applies to safeguarding.

        6.1 Introduction

        6.2 Typical Hazards and Mishap Situations

        6.3 Mechanical Power Press Description

        6.4 Types of Mechanical Power Presses

        6.5 Clutches and Brakes

        6.6 Safeguarding the Point of Operation

        6.7 Press Controls, Clutches and Counter Balance Systems

        6.8 Requirements for Electrical, Air and Hydraulic Systems

        6.9 Design, Construction, Setting and Feeding of Dies

        6.10 Operation, Maintenance and Inspection of Power Presses

        6.11 Presence Sensing Device Initiation (PSDI)

        Lesson Topic 7.0 Forging Machines

        7.1 Introduction

        7.2 Process Description and Control of Hazards

        Lesson Topic 8.0 Mechanical Power Transmission Apparatus

        8.1 Introduction

        8.2 V and Flat Belts, Gears, Sprockets and Chains, Shafting, Couplings,

        Pulleys, Cranks and Connecting Rods, and Flywheels

        8.3 OSHA Directive Number STD 1-12-014, Clarification of 29 CFR

        1910.219(Enclosed vs Fully Enclosed) regarding Power Transmission


        Lesson Topic 9.0 Industrial Robotics

        9.1 Introduction

        9.2 Robot Components

        9.3 Work Envelope

        9.4 Hazards

        9.5 OSHA Compliance Requirements

        Lesson Topic 10.0 Control of Hazardous Energy including saw blades, grinding wheels, lathe

        chucks etc. which do not fall under 29 CFR 910.47 & 29 CFR 1915.89

        Minor Servicing Exemption.

        10.1 Introduction

        10.2 Mechanical Sources

        10.3 Electrical Sources

        10.4 Use of Gravity as a source and use of blocking/shoring to control hazards

        10.5 29 CFR 1910.147/29 CFR 1915.89

        10.6 29 CFR 1910.331-.335

        Lesson Topic 11.0 Hand and Portable Powered Tools and Equipment

        11.1 Introduction

        11.2 29 CFR 1910.242/29 CFR 1926.301

        11.3 Guarding, 29 CFR 1910.243/29 CFR 1926.302

        11.4 Jacks, 29 CFR 1910.244(a)/29 CFR 1926.305

        11.5 Abrasive Blast Cleaning Nozzles, 29 CFR 1910.244(b)

        Lesson Topic 12.0 Electrical Safety Related Work Practices

        12.1 Introduction

        12.2 29 CFR 1910.331-.335

        12.3 Training

        12.4 Selection and Use of Work Practices

        12.5 Use of Equipment

        12.6 Safeguards for Personnel Protection

        Lesson Topic 13.0 Summary and Student Testing
        • Note: The candidate may be required to travel to deliver courses in different locations as necessary.

          Why choose Sanford Federal?

          You can take pride in working for a company dedicated to serving our government by providing the best, most cost-effective solutions for the US Government. Our work helps the US Government secure our nation, support the efforts of our military and intelligence communities, and provide lifesaving medical services to our soldiers, vets, and their families.

          Please submit your most up-to-date resume. Please be sure to highlight your relevant experience. Sanford Federal, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and encourages all qualified candidates to apply.

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