OSHA 10 Hr – (7/28 & 29)
July 28 @ 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
10-hour course provides the participant with training on topics important to understanding OSHA requirements for programs necessary to creating, maintaining and improving the occupational safety of employees of manufacturers and other general industry companies.
This course covers many OSHA regulations and provide insights into compliance requirements, reporting requirements, enforcement, penalties, general facility safety and techniques to use to minimize injuries and illnesses, to report them to OSHA and to maintain a safe and healthy workplace.
Safety in the workplace is a must if you want your employees to be productive and your company profitable. Injuries and illnesses caused by unsafe acts and unsafe conditions are likely to happen when training, written programs, and procedures are not planned, documented and implemented.
OSHA Outreach Training for General Industry program focuses on SAFE management principles that can make your company both compliant with OSHA and a safe place to work.
Among the required OSHA programs covered in this class are Hazard Communication, Electrical Safety, Walking and Working Surfaces, Fork Truck Safety, Machine Guarding, Record keeping, emergency response and firefighting, aisle ways and safe egress.
Date: July 28 & 29
Sessions: 2 sessions (5hours each)
Times: 8 am -1pm