Maritime Health Training

Orange County’s Leading Maritime Health Training Experts

West Coast Resource Services was founded in 2016 by Kristina ‘Casey’ Bowden– a safety expert with 10+ years of professional experience in the areas of safety solutions and training for the stevedores or terminal operators in the greater Los Angeles maritime marketplace.


West Coast Resource Services’ offers these maritime health training and maritime safety courses that have been designed to meet the needs of safety, compliance, and documentation requirements for stevedores & terminal operators –

 

  • Reasonable Suspicion Assessment Training – 35 self-paced lessons designed to train staff members to recognize drug or alcohol impairment signs and indicators in work settings in our proprietary five-step plan. Course-takers have up to twelve months to complete the online training program.     

   

  • Reasonable Suspicion Assessment Coaching – two comprehensive coaching lessons.     

   

  • Reasonable Suspicion Assessment Training and Coaching – includes both the assessment training and coaching packages at a discounted, bundled rate.     

   

  • DOT (Department of Transportation) Awareness for Marine Terminal Staff – a 4 hour certificate course that meets the Federal Regulations and training requirements delineated in 49 CFR § 172.702.

  • Incident Investigation Training for Frontline Managers– a 2.5 hour certificate course.

  • Safety Essentials for Frontline Managers – a 3.5 hour certificate course.

  • The Heartsaver Program– First Aid, CPR & AED – a 6.5 hour workshop.


Have a question for West Coast Resource Services? We can be reached by email, telephone (562-824-0760), or online. Note – international inquiries regarding our services are welcome.
For additional information, we provide these online resources –

 

  • Federal OSHA Maritime Standards

  • Emergency Response GuideBook

  • Lashing White Paper – Authored by Kristina Bowden


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