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OSHA 30-hour Outreach Training Compliance Course

You’ll learn …

  • Earn your 30-hour training card—proof of your commitment to employee safety and health
  • Identify, avoid, control and prevent hazards that are accidents in the making
  • Understand and comply with OSHA’s existing and new rules and regulations
  • Comply with OSHA’s record-keeping standards
  • And much more!

Your organization is committed to the highest level of safety … ready to show just how serious you are about OSHA and safety training? When you attend our five-day course, you’ll learn how to identify, avoid, control and prevent hazards in your workplace; build safety awareness throughout your organization; and more successfully get every employee behind your safety efforts.

Why do you need to attend this OSHA safety training course? Because we know you want to raise the bar on safety! This five-day course, led by an OSHA-authorized Outreach Trainer, is the fastest and most effective way to gain the critical knowledge you need to keep your employees safe, healthy and productive, and with your new skills, you’ll be equipped to help your organization lessen the likelihood of costly fines and expensive penalties. After you complete the course, you’ll receive a 30-hour training card from OSHA, demonstrating you mean business when it comes to safety.

Program hours: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. each day

Day One: Intro to OSHA, managing safety and health

  • Understanding today’s OSHA
  • Rights and responsibilities—yours and your employees’
  • How to file a complaint
  • Resources to help you stay in compliance
  • OSHA’s “catch-all” regulation: The General Duty Clause
  • The many benefits of a job hazard analysis
  • The link between management commitment and employee involvement
  • Creating your injury/illness prevention program
  • Conducting job site inspections
  • What a thorough worksite analysis is—and what it can reveal
  • Investigating and preventing accidents
  • Action steps for hazard prevention and control
  • Why safety meetings are worth it
  • How good supervisory communication improves safety
  • Industrial hygiene and OSHA compliance

Day Two: An inside look at inspections and citations

  • OSHA’s new rules and how they impact you
  • An inside look at an OSHA inspection
  • 5 ways to trigger an OSHA inspection
  • Types of OSHA citations/fines
  • Your options should you disagree with OSHA’s citation
  • How Cal/OSHA is different from OSHA
  • States with OSHA plans—is yours one?
  • Self-inspection checklist
  • Are you required to admit an OSHA inspector?
  • Hot spots in your workplace the inspector will head straight for

Day Three: Record keeping, exit routes, fire prevention, emergency action plans

  • OSHA’s standards—basics you need to know
  • OSHA’s record-keeping requirements in plain English
  • Why sloppy record keeping is so dangerous
  • 7 common record-keeping mistakes
  • Where to keep records and for how long
  • How to correctly fill out Forms 300, 300A and 301
  • OSHA’s strict regulations on exit routes
  • The minimum elements of a fire prevention plan
  • Protecting employees from fire hazards
  • Creating—and following—your emergency action plan
  • How injury/illness records can be used against you in court
  • What you must post and when
  • BONUS: Samples of Forms 300, 300A and 301

Day Four: Hazard communication, bloodborne pathogens, fall protection

  • A guide to OSHA’s often misunderstood Hazard Communication Standard
  • Using and managing Material Safety Data Sheets
  • Creating a chemical inventory
  • Labeling your containers
  • Making sure your Personal Protective Equipment practices measure up, including: Safety glasses and hard hats; gloves and hearing protection; respirators
  • 6 fall prevention best practices
  • OSHA-compliant ladder and stair safety practices
  • Walking and working surfaces, including: Housekeeping and aisleways; floor load protection, wall openings and holes; stairways and platforms
  • Effective exit management—what really works
  • Bloodborne pathogens—do’s and don’ts
  • Sharps and needles: Mistakes you do NOT have to make
  • Ways to prevent and control exposure to tuberculosis
  • What qualifies as a “permit-required confined space”?
  • Ergonomics: Where OSHA stands

Day Five: Lockout/tagout, electrical, materials handling

  • Making sense of the lockout/tagout standard
  • Lockout/tagout compliance—are all your bases covered?
  • Why employees who service/maintain machines get injured—assess your risk
  • Get the scoop on machine guarding and what OSHA requires
  • Avoiding machine safeguarding danger areas
  • Understand the liability associated with electrical hazards
  • Electrical, including: Electrical flow; shock, burns, grounding; working clearance, hand tools, extension cords; arc flash NFPA 70E
  • Moving, handling and storing materials
  • What OSHA’s new emphasis on powered industrial vehicles means to you

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

Seminar Summary:

A 5-Day course for safety professionals who are serious about providing the highest level of OSHA compliance. (see full course description)

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