OSHA and Workplace Safety - Introduction and Hazard Communications
This course offers an introduction to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and workplace safety, including the mission of OSHA, history, why OSHA is important, and where to find OSHA regulations and statistics. Employee rights, the employer’s duty to maintain job safety and health, as well as basic recordkeeping, reporting, and training requirements are also explored. This course identifies the purpose and elements of an effective hazard communications program, OSHA standards, violations and inspections, and the requirements for Safety Data Sheets as well as chemical labeling. Duration: 3 Hours.
James B. Smith, OSHA Outreach Trainer
Maintenance directors, supervisors, and employees, insurance administrators, housing managers, risk managers and personnel.
- Recall why OSHA is important and how to find OSHA regulations and statistics
- Recall OSHA history, examine the mission of OSHA, and the purpose of the OSHA Act
- Examine employee’s rights and recall what employers must do to maintain job safety and health
- Identify the purpose and elements of an effective hazard communications program
- Recall basic record-keeping and reporting requirements
- Examine OSHA standards, OSHA violations and inspections, and Safety Data Sheets
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