OSHA TRAINING

CREST INSURANCE GROUP
Bryan Chance
Independent Consultant & OSHA Specialist

Below are some of the Risk Management deliverables that Bryan can assist Crest Partners with, which will give them the return on investment they desire.

  • Safety Leadership 101
  • Safe Production Development / Task Specific Safety Planning
  • Hazard Recognition
  • HAZWOOPER
  • OSHA Construction 10 hour
  • OSHA Construction 30 hour
  • First Aid CPR
  • Accident Investigation and documentation
  • OSHA recordkeeping
  • Preparing for OSHA inspection
  • MSHA part 46 Annual Surface Mine Mandatory Training
  • Forklift Training / RTFL
  • Boom and Scissor lift training
  • Fall Protection and Leading-edge training
  • Ladder Safety Training
  • Scaffold Training
  • Trenching and Excavation Training
  • Riggers Training
  • Signal Training
  • Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices Training

This is a short list of the training available, many of these courses can be mixed and matched depending on the client needs.

OSHA 10 - Scottsdale

Thursday - Friday

October 6 - October 7, 2022

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OSHA 10 - Tucson

Thursday - Friday

November 10 - November 11, 2022

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Biography

Bryan Chance

OSHA Instructor

Bryan Chance started his career as a heavy equipment operator in the United States Navy Seabees, his boots on the ground experience has been invaluable in the teaching and training his construction peers.
Bryan has 40 years of risk management and consulting experience working with clients to transform the way in which they manage risk. He has implemented large scale, diversified risk management programs/processes; and worked with clients to develop new strategies, frameworks, and innovative risk and incident management programs. Prior to joining Crest Insurance Group Bryan worked at Chasse Building Team Coaching one of the fastest growing construction companies in the Country with a leadership process that integrated the lean construction model into a safe production process which yielded some of the lowest e-mods in the construction industry.
While working for Chasse Building Team he trained over 4000 Sub-Contractors Superintendents in Construction Leadership. Bryan Risk Management Career is very diversified, he was theVice President of Risk Management for Air One Transport LLC, where he helped to develop Air Ones nationwide risk management practice. He has also held loss control management positions with Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company in Denver, Colorado and Kansas City, Missouri, as well as managing the AIG’s loss control office in Phoenix, AZ., Bryan has a Bachelors of Science Degree in Human Resource Management from Southwestern College, and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Safety Management from Ottawa University.
For years he has been a Master Trainer for the National Center for Construction Research and hold the classification of (CSSM) Construction Site Safety Master. Bryan is also an authorized MSHA instructor for surface mines, he has also held the position as Safety Director for Utility Contractors Inc. Managing safety programs in the Oil production and refining processes at Conoco Philips, Frontier and Enbridge.
Bryan believes that every company needs to have a clear understanding of what their goals and objectives are as it pertains to their risk management strategies. Management has to identify, assess and implement the controls they need to promote a healthy accident free culture. Similar to any other part of the business, if mangers do not have the proper risk management tools it often yields high Experience modification factors and diminishes the overall employee safety culture. Bryan has worked his entire career on partnering with clients to help deliver the right tools which will meet the partner’s objective and solidify a long-term relationship with those partners.