OSHA: Occupational Safety and Health Administration Standards

202423sep(sep 23)12:19 pm27(sep 27)12:19 pmOSHA: Occupational Safety and Health Administration Standards

Course Details


  • Explain and apply the contents of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration 29CFR1910 (OSHA) standards
  • Prepare an effective safety program that will also increase employee morale and productivity, and reduce overall costs
  • Describe the training requirements of OSHA standards and identify the training topics that their organization’s employees will need
  • Apply the record-keeping requirements of OSHA to maintain an effective workplace injury log
  • Distinguish the difference between workers’ rights and employers’ responsibilities as defined by OSHA


Introduction to OSHA

  • Importance of OSHA
  • Employees’ rights and employers’ responsibilities under OSHA
  • Contents of OSHA standards
  • Inspections of the workplace

Fundamentals of a safe workplace

  • Walking and working surfaces
  • Hazard communication course and Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
  • Exit route, emergency action plans, fire prevention plans and fire protection
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Fall protection
  • Lockout/tag out – requirements and periodic inspection

Introduction to industrial hygiene

  • History of industrial hygiene
  • Role of the safety professional
  • Industrial hygiene fundamentals
  • Industrial hygiene concepts and key terms
  • Employee exposure and medical records

Industry specific standards

  • Hazardous, flammable and combustible materials
  • Confined space: permit required, hazards, courses, rescue
  • Machine guarding: hazards, requirements, methods
  • Welding, cutting and brazing
  • Power industrial trucks

Blood borne pathogens

  • Exposure control plan
  • Engineering and work practice controls
  • Hepatitis B vaccination requirements
  • What to do if an exposure occurs
  • Training requirements
  • Medical recordkeeping requirements
  • Sharps injury log

Safety and health programs

  • Benefits of effective safety and health programs
  • Major elements

    • Management commitment
    • Policy and goals
    • Employee involvement
    • Responsibility
    • Worksite analysis
    • Safety and health inspections

  • Hazard prevention control
  • Controlling the hazards
  • Hazard prevention planning
  • Safety and health orientation
  • Supervisor responsibilities
  • Specific training needs

Safety and health training

Who Should Attend ?

This course is designed for health and safety directors, field supervisors, engineers, safety professionals, site managers, and anyone seeking a better knowledge of the rules and regulations that govern workplace safety requirements.


23 (Monday) 12:19 pm - 27 (Friday) 12:19 pm(GMT+03:00)



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Health Guidelines for this Event

Masks Required
Physical Distance Maintained
Event Area Sanitized
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