Webinar on OSHA Violations

Life after an OSHA Citation: Turning a Black Mark into a Better Workplace

OSHA citations happen: the agency conducted 35,000 inspections in 2015 and cited 65,000 violations for a range of common hazards. The facilities that come back strongest from a citation are the ones that go beyond hazard correction to establish a culture of safe work practices.

  • Welder Training

TPC Training Systems recommends the following courses for Welders:

TPC's recommended training curriculum for Welders includes 26 technical skills courses. Each welding course contains 5-12 detailed, topic-specific lessons for a total of 215 lessons. The overall training subject matter ranges from courses like "Basic Electricity and Electronics" to more advanced welding competencies like "Blueprint Reading for Welders." 

Select any welding training topic below to review a detailed course description:


101 - Reading Blueprints
102 - Reading Schematics and Symbols
103 - Mathematics in the Plant
104 - Making Measurements
105 - Metals in the Plant
106 - Nonmetals in the Plant
107 - Hand Tools
108 - Portable Power Tools
109.1 - Industrial Safety and Health
110 - Troubleshooting Skills

Electrical Systems 

201- Basic Electricity and Electronics
202 - Batteries and DC Circuits
203 - Transformers and AC Circuits
204.1 - Electrical Measuring Instruments
205.1 - Electrical Safety and Protection
206 - DC Equipment and Controls
211 - Electrical Safety in the Workplace—
Understanding NFPA 70E®

Industrial Hazard Control 

151 - Chemical Hazards: OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard

Machine Shop Practices 

315 - Machine Shop Practice
328 - Multiple-Machine Procedures

Mechanical Maintenance Applications 

345 - Maintenance Pipefitting

Rigging & Equipment Installation 

318 - Industrial Rigging Principles and Practices


416 - Blueprint Reading for Welders
417 - Welding Principles
418 - Oxyfuel Operations
419 - Arc Welding Operations

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