Safety Compliance Resources

American Training Resources

Right here in So Cal….your trusted source for your safety training needs! Click on the logo below to be directed to the website.

Permit Required Confined Space for Construction Training

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For more information Eric J. Partenheimer
Customer Training Specialist
United Rentals Trench Safety
209-632-5084 office
209-652-5448 cell

OneSource Distributors

OneSource Distributors is an ABC Member and a valuable asset to our contractor members. It serves the commercial, residential, utility, contractor, and industrial markets in Southern California, Baja Mexico, Yuma-Arizona and Hawaii.

OneSource Distributors joined Sonepar USA in 2011. Sonepar USA is made up of 16 of the finest locally managed electrical and industrial distributors, with coverage in all 50 states. OneSource Distributors is a wholesale distributor of electrical products, automation controls and industrial supplies. They also offer a full range of tool & safety products, wire & specialty cable, and solar equipment.. For more information, visit

OneSource Distributors Tool & Safety Division provides best practices for the industry, safety training opportunities, and great product knowledge! They also lead the industry with their Tool Division that keeps up to date with the most innovated technology. Contact Gina Gasbarra ( or Rebeca Goelden ( for any help you may need!

Create an Effective Safety Program

Visit the links below for valuable information regarding the Health and Safety of your employees.


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OSHA 300 Forms

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It’s not cool to be HOT

All contractors will need to revise their training plans to adjust to new levels of supervision, water delivery and shade requirements, as well as break monitoring.

Cal/OSHA Amends Heat Safety Regulations – article reprint by Creation World Safety

New OSHA Heat Illness Guidelines

For more information on Heat Illness Prevention, visit the OSHA website.


OSHA releases guide on safety and health training for workers

On Aug. 4, 2015 OSHA released a guide titled, “Training Requirements in OSHA Standards,” that compiles information related to the agency’s mandatory safety and health training for workers into a 266-page document that is divided into five chapters, including one focused on construction safety training. Download Guide.

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Contractors Required to Post OSHA 300A Form

OSHA Form 300A work-related injury and illness log summaries must be posted in a visible spot on all construction sites Feb. 1 through April 30.

The summaries, which list the total number of job-related injuries and illnesses that occurred and were logged on the employer’s OSHA Form 300A, must be certified by a company executive and displayed in an area where notices to employees are typically posted. Employment information about the average number of employees and total hours worked during the calendar year also is required. Companies with no recordable injuries or illnesses must still post the form, with zeros on the total line.

Employers with 10 or fewer employees, or those in certain industries, may be exempt from OSHA record keeping requirements. Check if your firm is required to post a summary and download copies of the OSHA Form 300A.