National Seminars Group
The Essentials of OSHA Compliance: A 30-Hour Course On-Site Training
Prove how seriously you take your responsibility when you attend this essential compliance course that will answer every OSHA question you have!
Show your commitment to safety and reduce the risk for accidents, complaints, and illness in your organization
As a safety-minded business professional, OSHA compliance is a 24/7 concern for you. The financial benefits of keeping your work site and employees safe are critical. Avoiding accidents, illnesses, and injuries not only keeps your workers healthy and on the job; it keeps you out of legal hot water! When you’re looking for answers to tough compliance questions or up-to-the-minute regulation changes, we’ve got what you need.
This powerful 5-Day Compliance Course gives you the best chance to quickly self-audit your facility for potential hazards … set up employee training programs that work (and get followed to the letter!) … and protect your company from costly fines and penalties if the OSHA inspector shows up on your doorstep. And, when you successfully complete this course, you will receive your OSHA 30-hour training card – a powerful emblem of “good faith” to any OSHA inspector, and a symbol of trust between you and your employees!
Arm yourself with the skills and information you need to keep your organization safe, healthy – and legally compliant!
This all-inclusive training is the perfect solution for you if you’re concerned about the effectiveness of your safety procedures. Because even if you haven’t had an accident yet, that doesn’t mean it won’t happen in the future. Plus, when it only takes one disgruntled employee to make a discreet phone call, you could find a team of OSHA inspectors on your doorstep before you know it! And, once they find one little thing wrong – the “domino effect” kicks in and they’ll find dozens of things wrong. Can your work site stand up to that kind of scrutiny right this second?
Exercises and group discussions make this event educating AND enjoyable!
We’ve never understood why OSHA training carries a stigma of being boring, mundane, and monotonous. This course is different. Packed with stimulating exercises … thought-provoking discussions led by OSHA-certified trainers … and cutting-edge compliance information, it’s a dynamic, exciting learning event that is unlike any other you’ve ever had. You’ll be so energized and recharged after each day, you won’t want to wait to get back to work and start using what you’ve learned. We guarantee it!
What You'll Learn:
- Your rights and responsibilities under Section 2 of the OSH Act
- Why the General Duty Clause is OSHA’s catchall for fines and penalties
- 4 key elements of the lockout/tagout standard
- HazCom standards and bloodborne pathogens
- Conducting an effective hazard assessment
- OSHA training and education requirements for all your workers
- Recordkeeping and reporting
- What should be in your safety program to make it more effective
- And much, much more!
Who Should Attend?
Any person with safety responsibilities will benefit from this all-inclusive training, including …
- Safety managers and professionals
- Safety coordinators
- Facility managers
- Production managers
- Line supervisors
- Safety committee members
- Human resources personnel
- Business owners
- Supervisors and managers
- Plant managers
- Industrial engineers
- Lead men
- Maintenance personnel
- Production engineers
- Introduction to the safety movement
- Determining rights and responsibilities under Section 2 of the OSH Act
- The General Duty Clause – Section 5(a)(1), and 5(b)
- The 4 elements of an effective safety program
- Inspection priorities, citations, and penalties
- How to prepare and develop an action plan for an OSHA inspection
- Introduction to the OSHA general industry standards
- Walking-working surfaces – Subpart D
- Egress and emergency action plans – Subpart E
- Fire protection and prevention – Subparts E & L
- Identification and control of hazardous energy – Subpart J
- 4 key elements of the lockout/tagout standard
- Electrical safety standards – Subpart S
- Introduction to industrial hygiene – Subpart Z and the critical differences between safety and health hazards
- An overview of the most common types of health hazards
- The Hazard Communication Standard – (1910.1200)
- Outside contractors: What are your responsibilities?
- Bloodborne pathogens – Subpart Z (1910.1030)
- The top 10 bloodborne pathogen violations
- What is all the fuss about ergonomics? (Previous Standard 1910.900)
- The definition of confined spaces – Subpart J
- Flammable and combustible liquids – Hazardous Materials Subpart H
- Workplace violence: OSHA’s role in identification and prevention
- Personal protective equipment – Subpart I
- How to conduct a hazard assessment
- Machine guarding – Subpart O and the hazards of machinery
- Material handling and storage – Subpart N
- OSHA training and education requirements
- Medical services and first aid – Subpart K
- Safety and health programs (Foundation for Voluntary Protection Program)
- The advantages for your company of being a VPP work site
- The elements of an effective safety program
- Overview of behavioral safety Achieving – and maintaining – safety excellence
- Recordkeeping and reporting – (29 CFR, Part 1904)
- Creating an audit-proof recordkeeping system
- Mock OSHA inspection
Workshop Bonus: Get More Than the Best OSHA Compliance Training Anywhere!
When you attend this powerful five-day training event, you’ll walk away with more than just critical legal updates … foolproof auditing techniques … and the peace of mind that comes with knowing you’re doing everything by the book. You’ll also leave with our exclusive seminar workbook that condenses all the valuable information from the seminar into a compact, easy-to-use reference tool that you can keep at your desk to quickly find answers to all your OSHA questions. And, when you successfully complete this course, you will receive your OSHA 30-hour training card– a powerful symbol of “good faith” to any OSHA inspector, and a message of trust between you and your employees!
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