2018 CSL Schedule
Jan. 18th & 19th July 19th & 20th
Feb. 15th & 16th Aug. 16th & 17th
Mar. 15th & 16th Sept. 13th & 14th
Apr. 19th & 20th Oct. 18th & 19th
May 17th & 18th Nov. 15th. & 16th
June 14th & 15th Dec. 13th & 14th
ON SITE CLASSES AVAILABLE
Instructor Phil Sheehan, License #CSL-CD-0080
CSI has trained clients in several categories of the Construction field. These range from Engineering to Welding and Fabrication Firms.
We have also trained Architects, Carpet Installers, Designers, Builders, Engineering Firms, Electrical Firms, General Contractors, Construction Laborers, HVAC, Landscapers, and Masonry Firms.
Our company staff all have solid backgrounds in both commercial and residential construction, as well as extensive OSHA authorized training experience. You get the benefit of experience that's been acquired year after year, client after client.
CSI New England uses proven methods to insure each student has the knowledge and training to perform his or her daily tasks in a safe and productive manner.
Leaving the training of your employees in our hands, you can feel confident that you will see automatic results in jobsite safety. This can potentially save your business thousands in fines, and more importantly, the life and limb of your valued employees.
Phil Sheehan of CSI New England offers top-quality OSHA and CSL Renewal Courses for Massachusetts Contractors.
Construction supervisor courses are BBRS approved.
Coordinator # CSL-CD-0080
Whereas most people can find CSL renewal material boring, Phil uses his humor and experience to bring the material to life.
OSHA authorized trainer # 206
Best of all, CSI New England offers the most affordable price around for 12 CEU training and OSHA Training alike: $199
CSI New England was founded by Philip Sheehan, authorized OSHA Trainer for the construction industry.
We have taken the best possible techniques and feel we have improved them. This was done by keeping in contact with our students and their organizations. We also constantly keep up with the constant changes mandated by OSHA and the BBRS