OSHA Outreach Training

 

10-Hour OSHA for General Industry

This course is for entry-level workers and provides general awareness on recognizing and preventing hazards in a general industry setting. It covers general industry safety and health principles, OSHA policies and procedures, and general Industry standards. Special emphasis is placed on the most hazardous areas using OSHA standards as a guide. Participants who successfully complete the course will receive a card from OSHA certifying completion of the course.

30-Hour OSHA for General Industry

This course is a comprehensive safety program designed for general industry workers and supervisors.  It introduces the most important functions and roles of OSHA under 29CFR1910 and 1926 for the safety and health professional with responsibility for hazard and risk analysis as well as program administration. Topics include written plans, recordkeeping, OSHA basics, regulations interpretation, inspections, citations and fines, hazardous substances, PPE selection, use and fit testing, industrial hygiene, electrical, and blood-borne pathogens. Also covered are noise abatement, HAZWOPER, lockout/tagout, confined space entry and rescue, machine guarding, methods of egress, walking and working surfaces, and hazardous communications. Participants who successfully complete the course will receive a card from OSHA certifying completion of the course. 

10-Hour OSHA for Construction Industry 

This course is for entry-level workers and provides general awareness on recognizing and preventing hazards in a construction industry setting. It covers construction safety and health principles, OSHA policies and procedures, and construction industry standards. Special emphasis is placed on the most hazardous areas using OSHA standards as a guide. Participants who successfully complete the course will receive a card from OSHA certifying completion of the course.

30-Hour OSHA for Construction Industry

This course is a comprehensive safety program designed for construction industry workers and supervisors.  It introduces the most important functions and roles of OSHA under 29CFR1910 and 1926 for the safety and health professional with responsibility for hazard and risk analysis as well as program administration. Topics include written plans, recordkeeping, OSHA basics, regulations interpretation, inspections, citations and fines, hazardous substances, PPE selection, use and fit testing, fall prevention, electrical, and scaffolding safety. Also covered are noise abatement, HAZWOPER, fire protection/prevention, confined space entry and rescue, hand and power tools, methods of egress, walking and working surfaces, and hazardous communications.  Participants who successfully complete the course will receive a card from OSHA certifying completion of the course.

  
Schedule an OSHA 10/30 Outreach training course, or other safety training for your employees/organization.  Contract training available.  Call Karen Hampton at (864) 250-8438 for information.