This course will meet Feb. 8-11 and is designed for anyone who wants to gain the knowledge and skills to better meet OSHA regulations and build an employee training program that fulfills OSHA requirements. It will provide compliance safety training to prepare employees for the hazards found in manufacturing, serve and distribution companies. Attendees will gain an in-depth knowledge of occupational safety and health standards.
Topics will include:
- Intro to OSHA: An overview of the OSHA Act, including citations and penalties and tips on how to avoid them.
- Managing Safety and Health
- Subpart D: Means of Egress
- Subpart G: Hearing Conservation
- Subpart H: Hazardous Materials
- Subpart I: Personal Protective Equipment
- Subpart J: Confined Space; Lockout/Tagout; Machine Guarding
- Subpart K: Medical and First Aid
- Subpart L: Fire Protection
- Subpart N: Materials Handling and Storage
- Subpart O: Machinery and Machine Guarding
- Subpart Q: Welding, Cutting and Brazing
- Subpart S: Electrical
- Subpart: Z: Bloodborne Pathogens
The registration fee includes General Industry Training Cards, 29-CFR 1910 General Industry Standards, handouts and breaks. The registration deadline is Feb. 4;however, class size is limited so early registration is recommended to reserve a space.