OSHA Courses

1. OSHA Workplace Safety (General Industry 6 Hr Class)

OSHA Workplace Safety (General Industry 6 Hr Class)

Learn the requirements and standards associated with OSHA and workplace safety. Safety best practices for the workplace.
Content:
- Define terms such as floor opening
- standard railing
- standard toeboard
- floor hole
- and wall opening. They will be able to identify safety requirements to help prevent walking and working surface hazards related to general housekeeping floors
- walls
- open-sided surfaces
- stairways
- ladders
- and scaffolding.
- Gain a thorough understanding of mechanical hazards and the importance of safeguarding machines. They will have learned about different types of guards and devices that will protect them as they work. Employees will understand OSHA standards in regard to machine guarding.
- Identify the four main types of injuries that may result from electrical contact. The student will be able to describe the three types of electrical hazards that may be encountered
- and name warning signs that indicate their existence. They will also be able to identify methods of protection from electrical hazards and safety training requirements for working with electrical equipment.

2. OSHA Safety Training: Heat Stress Management

OSHA Safety Training: Heat Stress Management

A Workplace Safety Management Course for Current and Future Safety Professionals
Content:
- FREE course workbook
- toolbox talks
- and heat stress calculation app.
- Certificate of Completion.
- More than TWO hours of instruction.

3. OSHA Safety Pro: Personal Protective Equipment

OSHA Safety Pro: Personal Protective Equipment

Impress management or get that job with you your ability to display life and dollar saving work place safety practices.
Content:
- Effectively protect themselves against the many lurking hazards that exist at our places of business. Gain knowledge and understanding of the use and care of equipment required by employers.
- Demonstrate to employers one's ability to care for their safety as well as the safety of their employers while on the job.
- Understand the concept of working safely and returning home to one's family in the condition in which they left to work.

4. OSHA Safety Pro: Hearing Protection Program

OSHA Safety Pro: Hearing Protection Program

Your guide to preventing hearing loss using OSHA's Occupational Noise Exposure Standards.
Content:
- Protect the important things in life
- such as your ability to hear and respond to the world around through a hearing conservation program. Occupational noise exposure effects not just our hearing
- but our self confidence as well. Take this course and learn how to protect it.

5. OSHA Safety Pro: Trenching Excavation & Soil Mechanics

OSHA Safety Pro: Trenching Excavation & Soil Mechanics

A quick yet detailed certification in OSHA safety with a focus on Trenching, Excavation, & Soil Mechanics.
Content:
- Be a hero by preventing deadly and costly accidents before they happen with a focus on the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's trenching
- excavation
- and soil mechanics standard.

6. OSHA Safety Training: Conducting Safety Meetings

OSHA Safety Training: Conducting Safety Meetings

A Brief Safety Management Course for Current and Aspiring Safety Professionals
Content:
- FREE course workbook and other helpful downloads.
- Certificate of Completion.
- How to design and deliver effective safety meetings.

7. OSHA Safety Pro: Deadly Concrete Dust. Crystalline Silica.

OSHA Safety Pro: Deadly Concrete Dust. Crystalline Silica.

OSHA's General, Construction, and Maritime Industries Hazard Prevention and Safety Standard.
Content:
- Receive a FREE and editable HSE Crystalline Silica Safety Manual complete with forms
- training records
- a safety committee program
- and an incident investigation program.
- Learn to save lives and costly medical bills through awareness and prevention of the prolific yet evasive killer crystalline silica.
- Become aware of how everyone comes into contact with this hazard
- and take action to protect yourself and others from this deadly dust.

8. OSHA § 1910.1030 Bloodborne pathogens

OSHA § 1910.1030 Bloodborne pathogens

Avoiding contamination in the work place
Content:
- Students will learn definitions and OSHA Standards
- Types of pathogens they might be exposed too.
- Exposure control plans the employer is required to have in place.

9. OSHA Control of Hazardous Energy and Lock Out / Tag Out

OSHA Control of Hazardous Energy and Lock Out / Tag Out

OSHA required training under 29 CFR 1910 and 1926.
Content:
- The student will definitively be able to identify hazardous energy and protect themselves and others while working around it.

10. OSHA Safety Training: Hazardous Materials

OSHA Safety Training: Hazardous Materials

The Best Training Course On Hazardous Materials Based On OSHA Guidelines for Young and Experiences Safety Professionals
Content:
- Identification of hazardous material and how one can be exposed and affected by them
- Identification of hazards associated with hazardous materials
- including injuries and ill-health issues that may occur
- Describe methods and techniques for elimination of physical hazards of hazardous materials

11. OSHA Safety Training: PPE Management

OSHA Safety Training: PPE Management

An Introduction to PPE Essentials for Non-Safety People and Future Safety Professionals
Content:
- FREE workbook
- editable PPE program
- and editable PPE hazard assessment form.
- Learn how to effectively select and manage PPE in the workplace.
- Learn about workplace hazards and the various types of PPE that are available.

12. Creating an OSHA Emergency Action Plan For Your Organization

Creating an OSHA Emergency Action Plan For Your Organization

Learn how to create a complete Emergency Action Plan (EAP) for your organization as per OSHA standards and Regulations
Content:
- What is a workplace emergency? per OSHA guidelines and code of federal regulations
- How do you protect yourself
- your employees
- and your business?
- Safety and health self evaluation

13. Respiratory Protection

Respiratory Protection

OSHA Respiratory Protection guidelines for General Industry, 1910.134
Content:
- Respirator Fit Testing
- How to use a Respirator
- How to Clean a Respirator

14. Control of Hazardous Energy - Lockout/Tagout

Control of Hazardous Energy - Lockout/Tagout

29 CFR 1910.147
Content:
- Students will learn the types of hazardous energy and the importance of controlling/isolating hazardous energy.

15. OSHA Air Contaminants: Silica, Asbestos and Lead

OSHA Air Contaminants: Silica, Asbestos and Lead

A Quick Course About Common Air Contaminants in the Workplace
Content:
- Free course workbook.
- Learn about dusts
- fumes
- gases
- vapors
- and more.
- Learn about common occupational hazards such as silica
- lead
- and asbestos.

16. OSHA Safety Pro: Transport Safety. Part 396 of The FMCSA

OSHA Safety Pro: Transport Safety. Part 396 of The FMCSA

A quick 10 point safety guide, and FREE 65 page HSE Transport Safety manual that the will save lives and money
Content:
- Prove to colleagues
- management
- or employers that they have the expertise to conduct safe motor carrier operations and reap the financial rewards of doing so. Students will effectively gain the knowledge required to remain compliant within part 396 of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's standard.
- Make a positive impression by using the free transport safety program in this course to build upon an existing safety program or start a new one.