This course will explain OSHA’s role in worker safety and health, job-site hazard recognition, correction and prevention methods and how to read the OSHA standards. Participants will receive a completion card from the U.S. Department of Labor OSHA certifying successful completion of this OSHA 10-Hour course. 29 CFR 1910 CFR Book & course material furnished.
- Introduction to OSHA - 2 hours
- Walking & Working Surfaces & Fall Protection - 1 hour
- Emergency Action Plans - 1 hour
- Electrical - 1 hour
- Personal Protective Equipment - 1 hour
- Hazard Communication -1 hour
- Machine Guarding - 1 hour
- Lockout / Tagout - 1 hour
- Permit Required Confined Space - 1 hour
Who Should Attend
This basic safety course is recommended for workers and supervisors or those who have been given the task of developing and managing their employer’s safety program.
If you hire contractors: Many cities also require their contractors to maintain a safety program to be eligible to work for them. The OSHA 10-Hour course will help those owners, managers, and employees develop a solid safety foundation at their company to hopefully avoid incidents while working for the city or utility. Hiring a contractor to perform work for the city/utility does not eliminate all liabilities to the city. A contractor’s incident could drag your city into litigation. This is why contractors you hire should have a strong safety program and city/utility should require contractors working for them to attend and have a 10-hour OSHA card.
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