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Earn your 10-Hour OSHA course completion card with 2 days of in-depth training! (see full course description)


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OSHA 10-Hour Compliance Course by CareerTrack Seminars


The Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) was designed to protect employees and the organizations they work for

Complying with OSHA's general industry standards has a twofold effect on your organization: employees will remain safer, healthier, and productive, while your organization will be less likely to incur fines, penalties, and legal recourse due to non-compliance. In theory, of course organizations wish to comply with OSHA's requirements. In practice, compliance involves so many rules, regulations, mandates, and requirements that it's easy to overlook details and miss safety issues that could land your organization in hot water.

That's why a course like this is such a wise investment.

This 10-hour, 2-day course follows OSHA's General Industry Outreach Course Requirements and features mandatory topics determined by OSHA, as well as elective topics related to most business enterprises for general industry training. Attendees will receive in-depth, up-to-the-minute training, carefully paced for optimum comprehension and retention. Training includes lecture, participant discussion, hands-on exercises, visual presentations, and hand-outs — all designed to create a stimulating, energizing training experience.

This training is specifically designed to give you the tools, techniques and, how-to's you need to establish your own organization-wide safety training and support programs; identify and eliminate safety hazards, health threats, and other workplace dangers; and promote a safe and healthy work environment in accordance with OSHA standards and requirements.

Ensure that your workplace is as safe as you can make it — register your employees for this 10-hour course.


OSHA 10-Hour Compliance Course — Seminar Overview

Day 1


  • Welcome and introduction to the 10-hour format
  • Overview of the OSH Act and OSHA
  • Employers covered by the OSH Act
  • Exclusions from coverage

OSHA Training Institute's Introduction to OSHA (Workers' Rights Module)

  • Understanding the history of OSHA
  • OSHA's mission today regarding workers and the workplace
  • Why this training is important

Your Rights Under OSHA

  • The right to a safe and healthful workplace
  • The right to know about hazardous chemicals in your workplace
  • The right to information about injuries and illnesses in your workplace
  • The right to complain or request hazard correction from your employer
  • The right to appropriate training
  • The right to hazardous exposure records and medical records
  • The right to file a complaint with OSHA
  • The right to participate in an OSHA inspection
  • The right to be free from retaliation for exercising safety and health rights
  • Worker responsibilities for OSHA compliance

What Responsibilities Does Your Employer Have Under OSHA?

  • Provide a workplace free from recognized hazards and comply with OSHA standards
  • Deliver training required by OSHA standards
  • Keep records of all employee injuries and illnesses
  • Offer medical exams and access to exposure and medical records
  • Avoid discrimination against workers who exercise their rights
  • Post OSHA citations and abatement verification notices
  • Provide and pay for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

What do the OSHA Standards Say?

  • Types of standards
  • How the standards are organized

How are OSHA Inspections Conducted?

  • Inspection priorities
  • Stages of an inspection
  • Citations and penalties
  • The appeals process

Where can Employees go for Help?

  • Sources within the workplace/worksite
  • Sources outside the workplace/worksite
  • How to file an OSHA complaint

Safety and Health Programs

  • Management Leadership and Employee Involvement
  • Workplace Analysis
  • Hazard Prevention and Control
  • Safety and Health Training
  • Job Safety Analysis

Record Keeping and Reporting

  • Reporting procedures to follow for deaths or multiple hospitalizations
  • Record-keeping exceptions
  • Partial exemptions for employers with 10 or fewer employees
  • Partial exemptions for certain industries
  • Keeping records for more than one agency
  • Recording criteria
  • Determination of work-relatedness
  • General recording criteria
  • Forms
  • Annual Summary
  • Retention and updating
  • Employee involvement

Bloodborne Pathogens

  • Elements of a successful exposure control plan
  • Communicating hazards to employees through signs and labels
  • How to determine an employee's exposure
  • Needles
  • Sharps disposal containers
  • Personal protective equipment
  • Universal precautions and general safe-work practices
  • Housekeeping
  • Employee training
  • Immunization and a post-exposure follow-up program
  • Summary of Bloodborne Pathogen record keeping and requirements

Materials Handling and Storage

  • General materials handling
  • Putting together a powered industrial truck training program

Day 2

Walking and Working Surfaces

  • Definitions and general requirements
  • Guarding holes, floor, and wall openings
  • Fixed industrial stairs
  • Ladders: portable metal, wood, and fixed
  • Safety requirements for scaffolding
  • Manually propelled mobile ladder stands and scaffolds
  • Fall Protection in General Industry
  • Other working surfaces

Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, Fire Prevention Plans, and Fire Protection

  • Fire prevention plans and detection systems
  • Employee alarm systems
  • Fire Brigades
  • Portable fire extinguishers
  • Standpipe and hose systems
  • The minimum elements of an emergency action plan
  • Exit routes


  • General requirements
  • Scope and training
  • Selection and use of work practices
  • Use of equipment
  • Safeguards for personnel protection

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

  • Scope, application, and definitions
  • General requirements
  • Protection of eye and face
  • Respiratory protection
  • Head protection
  • Foot protection
  • Hand and body protection


  • Purpose, scope, and application of a lockout/tagout program
  • Required content for an Energy Control Program
  • Materials and hardware: lockout/tagout devices, requirements, criteria
  • Application of energy control devices
  • Basic steps in controlling energy
  • Preparing for shutdown
  • Shutting down machinery and equipment
  • Applying lockout/tagout devices
  • Releasing stored energy
  • Verifying machinery or equipment isolation
  • Basic steps for release from lockout/tagout
  • Inspection of machinery and equipment
  • Position affected and other workers
  • Remove lockout/tagout devices
  • Alternative steps for release from lockout/tagout
  • Testing machinery or equipment
  • Release after long-term shutdown
  • Contractors, group lockout/tagout, and shift changes
  • Employee training and communication
  • Evaluating written energy-control procedures
  • The purpose of periodic inspections
  • Reviewing lockout and tagout procedures

Machine Guarding

  • General requirements for all machines
  • Abrasive wheel machinery
  • Mechanical power presses
  • General requirements for hand and portable powered tools and other hand-held equipment
  • Guarding of portable powered tools

Hazard Communication

  • Purpose of the standard
  • Hazard assessment
  • Elements and accessibility of the written plan
  • Hazardous chemical inventory listing
  • Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
  • Labeling
  • Training
  • Hazard assessment for non-routine tasks
  • Work performed by outside contractors
  • Non-labeled pipes
  • Records retention

*NOTE: Due to OSHA regulations regarding attendee to facilitator ratio, this course has limited seating. Register early to secure your spot!

Seminar Time:

Seminar Check-In:  8:30AM   Seminar Program:  9:00AM - 4:00PM

Seminar Summary:

Earn your 10-Hour OSHA course completion card with 2 days of in-depth training! (see full course description)

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