National Seminars Group
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OSHA Safety Training: The 10-Hour Compliance Course On-Site Training

This on-site training class is also available as Public Schedule Seminar.

Prove How Seriously You Take Your Responsibilities in OSHA Compliance and Safety: Earn Your 10-Hour Card Here

Course Description/Agenda

Nothing is more important to your organization than providing a safe, compliant workplace for your employees. In fact, it’s so important that OSHA provides strict rules and regulations for you to follow. If you make one mistake in how you interpret the confusing regulations and standards – it’s whammo and your company is socked with staggering fines for OSHA violations.

What’s worse – much worse – is that when your safety efforts miss the mark, your employees are at risk for serious injury, even death. Some 50 workers are injured on the job every minute of the workday. Safety hazards in workplaces take the lives of an average of 17 employees every week.

That’s why you’re invited to this incredible new conference: OSHA Safety Training: The 10-Hour Compliance Course. You’ll learn everything you need to know to get your 10-Hour Compliance card – proof that you’re doing everything you can to keep your organization safe and OSHA-compliant.

Get Up-to-Date on the Ever-Changing Rules and Regulations
Keeping your workplace compliant with OSHA’s ever-changing rules – and safe for your employees – can be a real challenge, especially when the stakes are so high. This essential compliance course takes you through the very latest changes in OSHA rules and regulations. Plus, you’ll get real-world explanations and solutions that are easy to understand and implement. You won’t need to bring your dictionary to this course. We’ve done the hard part for you.

Learn From a Certified OSHA Trainer
You’ll not only get a wealth of must-know safety and compliance information, but you’ll also learn it from a certified OSHA expert. Their real-world experience with OSHA allows them to give you solutions and strategies that WORK. They also have a keen ability for making dry, technical information fun and exciting.

This 10-Hour Compliance Course Is the Most Important Training You’ll Ever Take
You’ll learn crucial information that can literally save lives – people you know and work with every day. You’ll also find out how to keep your organization’s bottom line safe from OSHA fines that can run into tens of thousands of dollars! OSHA Safety Training: The 10-Hour Compliance Course is the only way to get the safety know-how you need to protect your employees – and get the OSHA compliance strategies you need to protect your organization.

What You'll Learn:

Get up-to-date fast on OSHA’s latest changes WORKSHOP BONUS:

  • Prevent common safety hazards that result in OSHA violations
  • Meet OSHA’s strict record-keeping requirements – in less time!
  • Find out where OSHA inspectors are most likely to look for violations
  • Develop better training programs that meet OSHA’s countless training requirements
  • Get ALL your questions answered by an OSHA industry expert
  • Learn how to prevent workplace violence
  • See pages 4-5 for your complete agenda

Workshop Agenda:

OSHA Compliance Basics: Understanding Your Responsibilities and Rights as an Employer

  • First things first: What OSHA is and why it exists
  • The General Duty Clause (GDC) and how it affects the employer
  • Your organization’s basic responsibilities under OSHA – and your rights
  • Recognizing your employees’ rights and responsibilities
  • A word of warning: New electronic filing option makes it easier than ever for employees to file complaints with OSHA
  • Best resources for staying current on changes (and new interpretations) in OSHA regulations and requirements

UPDATE! OSHA’s Latest Standards, Rulings and Proposals – and How They’ll Impact Your Organization

  • What constitutes “an OSHA recordable MSD,” triggering implementation of a full ergonomics program?
  • Essential elements of an effective ergonomics program
  • Examples of low-cost ergonomic interventions that reduce or prevent MSDs
  • Examining the “Quick Fix” option and how to make it work for your organization
  • The Bloodborne Pathogens Standard: Does it affect your organization? You’ll be surprised!
  • Essential components of an Exposure Control Plan (ECP) that meet OSHA’s standard
  • Important requirements for nonhealth-care industry employers, including vaccinations, training, and PPE
  • Draft of the Proposed Safety and Health Program Rule and what it will mean to your organization
  • Other late-breaking directives, interpretations, and guidelines from OSHA

Preventing Common Hazards That Result in Safety Violations

  • Safety violations most frequently cited by OSHA and how you can prevent these accidents waiting to happen
  • Defining OSHA’s Emergency Action Plan (EAP) and its key components
  • Mandatory elements your organization’s EAP must contain
  • Principal components of the Hazard Communication (HazCom) Standard – and why you should know them backward and forward
  • Regulations for controlling hazardous energy: Understanding Lockout/Tagout and when it is required
  • Example of a typical Lockout/Tagout Program that meets OSHA standards
  • OSHA’s general requirements for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • “Gray areas” in OSHA’s Accident Prevention Guidelines that could cost your organization plenty

Complying With OSHA’s Complex Training Requirements

  • New “site-specific” training requirements: What constitutes “effective site-specific training”?
  • Latest compliance directive for the “powered industrial truck” (forklift) operator training standard
  • Instances when you MUST train personnel to comply with OSHA standards
  • How to properly document training – and why failing to do so can cost your organization plenty
  • Core elements of an effective training program that meets OSHA requirements
  • Understanding how OSHA evaluates your training
  • Training requirements – from EAP to PPE – that often go overlooked– until OSHA arrives

OSHA Record-Keeping Requirements: Sanity-Saving Guidelines

  • Review of OSHA’s record-keeping requirements, including status of latest revisions in reporting systems
  • Critical steps required for your organization’s OSHA recordkeeping system
  • Guidelines for determining which injuries and illnesses are “recordable” <


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