This course is presented by EMS CONSULTINGand Network Partner Mr. Dennis Buck, CHCM, CSM, CHST, OSHA Consultation Program Consultant (31 years, retired), Principal, Buck & Associates. Has been the trainer for 100+ OSHA 30-hour training classes.
What: A 10-hour course covering many OSHA regulations and providing insights into compliance requirements, reporting requirements, enforcement, penalties, general facility safety and techniques to use to minimize injuries and illnesses, to report them and to maintain a safe and healthy workplace. Courses are offered by EMS CONSULTING, a MANTEC qualified solutions provider (QSP).
Why: To comply, to cut injuries and illnesses and to establish / maintain an effective health and safety program. Each attendee will receive a certificate of completion from EMS CONSULTING and a “Card” showing attendance from OSHA.
When: August 11 and 18, 2017, each day starting at 8 AM and ending at 1 PM.
Safety in the workplace is a must if you want your employees to be productive and your company profitable. Injuries and illnesses caused by unsafe acts and unsafe conditions are likely to happen when training, written programs, and procedures are not planned and implemented. This 10-hr OSHA Outreach Training for General Industry program focuses on SAFE management principles that can make your company both compliant with OSHA and a safe place to work. The OSH Act, PPE, Electrical Safety, Machine Guarding and the new Hazard Communication Rule (GHS) are some of the topics addressed in these programs.
During the training, you will learn the 3 main elements in any successful safety program. For example, do you know which OSHA rules require annual training? Which OSHA regulations require written programs? Do you know how to provide forklift training? How are scissor lifts regulated? Did you know that a lost time burn injury is estimated to cost you more than $57,000? Or that the OSHA penalties just went up – A LOT – for the first time since the 1990s? Citations can cost you from several hundred to quite a few thousand dollars each – all avoidable by taking simple steps in a sustainable safety program.
Each attendee will receive a a certification of completion from EMS Consulting and the OSHA 10-hour Card from OSHA.
Introduction to OSHA (Use the training materials prepared by OSHA)
Subpart D - Walking and Working Surfaces — including Fall Protection
Subparts E and L - Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, Fire Prevention Plans, and Fire Protection