Does your company have an emergency exit plan in case of fire or other catastrophes? Can you identify potential safety hazards in your workplace? Are employees properly trained to operate and handle the tools, machines, and materials used on your job-site? There are potential hazards in every work environment that pose a risk to workers. So, how do you ensure a safe and healthy work environment, and prevent fatalities, injuries, and illnesses on the job? Both employers and employees must comply with OSHA standards to ensure a safe workplace. In this course, you will learn about general industry safety, and how to minimize the effects of workplace hazards. You will also learn about the OSHA standards for general industry and how they affect both employers and employees in the workplace. After completing the course, you will be able to ensure a safe and healthy workplace!Learning Objectives
- General Safety
- Recognize the benefits of complying with OSHA general safety standards.
- Fire Protection and Prevention
- Choose OSHA-compliant fire protection and prevention measures appropriate for specific situations.
- Walking and Working Surfaces
- Identify OSHA-compliant walking and working surfaces measures.
- Electrical Safety
- Choose OSHA-compliant electrical safety measures.
- Environmental Controls
- Select OSHA-compliant environmental control measures appropriate for specific situations.
- Compressed Gas
- Choose OSHA-compliant compressed gas measures.
- Medical and First Aid
- Tools and Equipment
- Recognize the benefits of complying with OSHA tools and equipment safety standards.
- Portable Tool Safety
- Choose OSHA-compliant portable tool safety measures.
- Welding, Cutting, and Brazing
- Identify OSHA-compliant cutting, welding, and brazing measures.
- Machine Guarding
- Select OSHA-compliant machine guarding measures.
- Materials Handling
This course is designed for employers, supervisors, and managers who need to thoroughly understand and communicate an OSHA program. Workers who need to be educated and aware of OSHA issues within their domain will also find this course useful. Moreover, OSHA officers and coordinators who need to develop an OSHA program and ensure conformance to the policies will see this course as a must.