Learn how to assure the health and safety of your employees while complying with OSHA regulations. The training focuses on OSHA’s general industry safety and health standards, including an introduction to OSHA, walking and working surfaces, emergency action and fire prevention plans, electrical, personal protective equipment, hazard communication, hazardous materials, materials handling, machine guarding, industrial hygiene, bloodborne pathogens, ergonomics, safety and health programs, and fall protection.
In this session, you will learn:
Although OSHA requires only 10 hours of training to receive your certification, Environmental Resource Center’s 10-hour course is actually 14 hours in length. This allows additional time for exercises and in-depth training on topics that are not covered in shorter courses.
Our instructors are OSHA-authorized, and students receive OSHA course completion cards.