OSHA and Workplace Safety - Walking, Working Surfaces, and Personal Protective Equipment

OSHA and Workplace Safety - Walking, Working Surfaces, and Personal Protective Equipment

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Course Description:
This course identifies Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) mandated safety procedures for effectively guarding floors and wall openings; identifies various types of ladders, their uses, and keys to proper maintenance; and examines the key aspects and optimal design of stairway handrails and guard rails. In addition, learn how to implement critical fall prevention and fall protection measures; and identify the types of PPE, uses, training, documentation, and application procedures. Duration: 4.5 Hours.

Instructors:
Gregg Barratt and James B. Smith, OSHA Outreach Trainers

Audience:
Maintenance directors, supervisors, and employees, insurance administrators, housing managers, risk managers and personnel.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify employer and employee responsibilities related to PPE
  • Recall some causes of major bodily injuries in the workplace
  • Identify some of the keys to job evaluation
  • Examine regulations that address holes, and floor and wall openings, and stairways
  • Examine ladder care and maintenance
  • Identify measures you can take to prevent fall exposures
  • Recall the definition of a Personal Fall Arrest System (PFAS)

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    • Credits

      • IACET CEU (CEUs): 0.5